Tag: Ecuador

The Latam Corona vs. Economy Dilemma

Coronavirus was a distant concern for us in Latin America back in February. Higher infection rates in colder weather made the idea of COVID-19 even harder to grasp as a threat. Life continued as normal, and the pandemic felt a

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Latam Oil Exports in a Time of Quarantine

The economies of both Colombia and Ecuador face significant headwinds as oil prices remain depressed and the coronavirus spreads through the region. Colombian crude oil exports have rebounded so far this year, after averaging 582,000 barrels per day in 2019.

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A Small Country Playing a Big Role

Ecuador, who recently pulled out of OPEC, is playing a key role in the downstream sector on the U.S. west coast, as rising exports to the region make it one of the area’s main crude suppliers. Last year, Ecuador’s crude

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