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OLADE - Latin American Energy Organization

The Latin American Energy Organization (OLADE) is an intergovernmental public body of cooperation, coordination and technical advisory, established on November 2, 1973 by signing the Lima Agreement, ratified by 27 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean, with the fundamental objective of promoting the integration, conservation, rational use, commercialization and defense of the region’s energy resources.

Mission

To contribute to the integration, sustainable development and energy security of the region, advising and promoting cooperation and coordination among its Member Countries.

Vision

The political Organization of technical support, through which its Member States make common efforts for regional and subregional energy integration.

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