Who Will Win the Hydrogen Race in Latin America?


Who Will Win the Hydrogen Race in Latin America?.

By Mauricio Cárdenas

The region has a strong chance to be an industry leader, writes a former Colombian energy and finance minister.

At a recent Mining Summit held by the Financial Times, Ivan Glasenberg, Glencore’s CEO, announced that the El Cerrejón mine in Colombia, the world’s largest open pit coal production facility, will shut down in 2031 The same will possibly happen with other coal mines in Latin America Thousands of jobs will be lost– not to mention tax revenue and royalties, as well as billions of dollars in coal and iron-ore exports, in countries such as Brazil and Colombia It should come as no surprise that the large multinational mining companies are announcing significant reductions – up to 30%...

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