Export Development Opportunities in Colombia
On behalf of the energy industry, The Maritimes Energy Association recently completed an Exploratory Business Development Expedition to Barranquilla, Colombia in partnership with the Nova Scotia Department of Energy and Mines and the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency.
There is a rapidly accelerating offshore sector and with its Deep Water Port and investment in infrastructure, Barranquilla, as a member of the World Energy Cities Partnership, is positioning itself as the Energy Capital of Colombia. The current local offshore supply chain is underdeveloped and presents significant opportunity for Atlantic Canadian expertise to enter the growing market.
Beyond Oil & Gas, the group identified opportunities in Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency and Education.
Ray Ritcey CEO, The Maritimes Energy Association - Introduction
Juan David Gomez, Canadian Trade Commissioner – Oil and Gas and Renewables in Colombia
David Nygaard, Global Trade Director, Energy, EDC Canada - Support available from EDC relating to Colombia
Camilo Morales, City of Barranquilla - Colombia’s Energy Capital
Neil McIntosh, AIA - overview of scoping session and opportunities identified
Law Firm Brigard Urrutia – Legal and Tax Framework in Colombia
Isabella Bolivar Schembri, Zofia – Free Trade Zones in Colombia
Peter Konings, Survival Systems Training – their experience of Colombia
Read an Executive Summary of the Exploratory Development Session Here.
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