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The Argentina Project Podcast is led by host Benjamin Gedan, the Latin American Program’s Deputy Director and former South America Director on the National Security Council at the White House. Each episode features dialogue and exchange with leading experts on Argentine affairs, posing pivotal questions while analyzing the country’s present and future.
 
The Historias podcast is a weekly program featuring scholars, journalists, and activists discussing cutting edge research and offering perceptive observations on current events associated with Latin American and Caribbean societies. If you are looking for smart and inviting conversation on a wide variety of issues and more, this show is for you. Historias is a digital media project from the Southeastern Council of Latin American Studies (SECOLAS).
 
Ricky Flores, DJ born in Matamoros, Tamaulipas, From a young age started playing electronic music inspired by DJs like Nick Warren, Sasha, John Digweed, among others. At the age of 17, began expanding his dj career, at first began playing Techno due to the tendency of music but over the years his tastes vary and begins to play Tech House & Techno. At 19 changed his life, playing the genres but with some freshest sounds. C.E.O & Founder on UnderMusic México, It is a promoter project based on ...
 
This is the sister show to The Jazz Hole, featuring live recorded sets on every second Thursday of the month, curated by Linus Wyrsch, a sought-after clarinetist and saxophonist, himself, who embraces a unique relationship with the jazz genre and its musicians, consequently providing the listeners with a backstage pass to the New York jazz scene.
 
Welcome to Lounge Brasil Podcast. On this show you will find in every set list a selection of lounge music spiced with brazilian rhythms. If you are an Itunes listener, very welcome to this new show on iTunes Store. Thanks for listen Rico email ricogja@gmail.com Make your donation supporting this project. new TWTR.Widget({ version: 2, type: 'profile', rpp: 4, interval: 6000, width: 250, height: 300, theme: { shell: { background: '#333333', color: '#ffffff' }, tweets: { background: '#000000', ...
 
History podcasts of Mexico, Latina, Latino, Hispanic, Chicana, Chicano, Mexicana, Mexicano, genealogy, mexico, mexican, mexicana, mexicano, mejico, mejicana, mejicano, hispano, hispanic, hispana, latino, latina, latin, america, espanol, espanola, spanish, indigenous, indian, indio, india, native, native american, chicano, chicana, mesoamerican, mesoamerica, raza, podcast, podcasting, nuestra, familia, or unida are welcome here. If it has to do with the history of America, California, Oregon, ...
 
For Bookings contact to: info@ladiesonmars.com Remix & Promos: ladiesonmars@gmail.com International Dj, producer and remixer Jonathan Douglas Braverman, known as Ladies On Mars, has been on a musical journey since the conception of 2006 of his successful Minimal Techno music project. The artist born in Buenos Aires has accumulated numerous achievements, although it was his 2007 hit "We Are Not Lesvicon", published on Xela Digital, which really impelled Ladies On Mars to be in the eye of the ...
 
Worldwide Bookings: chris@audioreligion.co.uk Arctic Moon is an electronic music project created by Tomasz Popielarski in 2007. Having spent the last few years touring the globe, playing on every continent cementing his international profile he is not only a highly talented, respected and loved producer but an entertaining and exciting DJ set to take the next decade by storm. Hailing from Poland his musical journey began during his childhood when he became fascinated by electronic dance musi ...
 
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Argentina's oil production has been on the rise this year, recovering from the demand and price impacts of the coronavirus pandemic. Oil output climbed to 492,000 b/d in February, up from 446,000 b/d in May. While that was still down from 520,000 b/d in March 2020, market watchers appear confident that production will fully recover by the end of 20…
 
"Today’s set on The Jazz Hole Live is special, not only musically, but also in terms of the venue. It was recorded outdoors, surrounded by nature, in the garden lawn of a little cabin. Argentine legend Rodrigo Domínguez (soprano and tenor saxophones, claps) and the sought-after Matthew Golombisky (acoustic bass guitar, elephant bells, live sampling…
 
Opportunity zones are tax-advantaged investment vehicles that grew out of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 to bring economic redevelopment to impoverished areas. For the oil and gas industry, opportunity zones can benefit producers and investors. US Energy Development, a small upstream producer, recently added an opportunity zone to its portfolio …
 
Steven welcomes Dr. Jennifer Adair back to the program to talk about her book, In Search of the Lost Decade: Everyday Rights in Post-Dictatorship Argentina. In addition to considering the experience of transitioning from an era of state terror to one of neoliberalism, the two discuss the study of memory, globalization, and authoritarianism. They al…
 
The administration of President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador in Mexico came to power with the promise to undo the energy reform of his predecessor, which opened the private sector to investment. During the last 18 months, the government has issued agreements, decrees and regulations in its strategy to benefit the state utility. We spoke to Victor Ur…
 
Dustin talked about some of his favorite subjects – including economic development, supranational institutions, and global governance – with one of the sharpest minds in the field, Dr. Christy Thornton. Thornton takes us through the key arguments in her new book, Revolution in Development: Mexico and the Governance of the Global Economy. The two al…
 
The dearth of newly sanctioned LNG export projects in 2020 and so far in 2021 — especially in North America, which has been responsible for the majority of new LNG supply globally over the last five years — is a worrisome sign for the market that could lead to more price volatility in the future. In North America, there was only one new liquefactio…
 
Anthropologist Dr. Liliana Duica joined Steven to discuss her research on landmines and their removal in Colombia. In her studies, she developed the concept of the 'regularization of irregularity' to explore how these artifacts were and are understood. They also discuss ethnographic methods and her surprising find of weaponry handbooks produced and…
 
Environmental, social and governance considerations have becoming pressing issues among refiners in today's net-zero carbon world. While other refiners and oil companies are starting to embrace ESG, it has been a key part of Meridian Energy's strategy since 2013, when the company was formed. We talked with Meridian CEO Bill Prentice about building …
 
"Today’s concert featured on The Jazz Hole Live with Linus is by the Canadian bassist and composer William Chernoff and was recorded on September 13th 2020, live at 2nd Floor Gastown in Vancouver, BC, Canada. William Chernoff’s trio featuring Francis Henson on guitar and Carson Tworow on drums performed live in front of masked up friends and family…
 
Steven welcomes Alyssa Bowen, a Ph.D. candidate in Global History at the University of North Carolina to the program to talk about her research into the Chile transnational solidarity movements of the 1970s and 1980s. The two chat about Bowen’s article, “”Taking in the Broad Spectrum’: Human Rights and Anti-Politics in the Chile Solidarity Campaign…
 
In part one of this special conversation, former U.S. Ambassador to Argentina Noah Mamet hosts his successor, Edward Prado, who served as ambassador in Buenos Aires until this past January, to discuss their experiences representing very different U.S. presidents and interacting with very different Argentine governments.…
 
Mexican production of crude oil has declined continuously since reaching a peak in 2004. Since then, the government has tried to bring back production while keeping revenues steady. President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has embarked on a new quest to rescue Pemex, whose waning revenues have been needed to help develop Mexico for the last seven deca…
 
Our State of the Field series returns – this time focusing on tourism! Join Carlos as he chats with Drs. Anadelia Romo, Elizabeth Manley, and Andrew Grant Wood about their recent anthology, The Business of Leisure: Tourism History in Latin America and the Caribbean. The group surveys a wide variety of important themes, including the business of tou…
 
Dr. Chad Black sat down with Steven for an enlightening conversation about his research. The two take us to colonial Quito with tales of neighbors denouncing neighbors, and courts prosecuting supposedly deviant sexual behavior. They discuss the ways court records can be used to explore social norms. Enjoy!…
 
As the shortest route from the US Gulf Coast to East Asia, the Panama Canal has emerged as a key fixture in global trade flow dynamics. We spoke with Ricaurte Vásquez Morales, administrator of the Panama Canal Authority, who has been working to reduce congestion of the canal, which has grown in part because of LNG shipments from the US.…
 
Have a listen to Steven and Dustin’s conversation with Molly Avery, a doctoral candidate in International History at the London School of Economics. The group talks about Ms. Avery’s new article, “Promoting a ‘Pinochetazo’: The Chilean Dictatorship’s Foreign Policy in El Salvador during the Carter Years, 1977-81,” as well as her broader research ag…
 
"Today’s live set on The Jazz Hole Live with Linus comes from the sublime Chicago-based trumpet player, composer, arranger and educator Emily Kuhn. Emily Kuhn and her band (which features Mercedes Inez Martinez on vocals, Danny Hoppe on cello, Max Bessesen on alto sax, Evan Levine on bass and Gustavo Cortiñas on drums) performed at Constellation in…
 
For the past several days, much of the producing states of Texas and Oklahoma have been gripped by sub-freezing temperatures, ice storms and snow. Today we talk with Parker Fawcett, North American supply analyst for S&P Global Platts Analytics, to discuss the impact of the severe weather on US oil and gas production, and other consequences of the w…
 
The Uinta Basin in Utah is the producing area of the US Rocky Mountains. Its production has declined in recent years for two reasons: the region's isolation and the gooey, waxy crude produced from it. We spoke with Mark Hemphill, senior vice president for the Rio Grande Pacific Corp. He is project manager for the Uinta Basin Railway, an 85-mile, $1…
 
US President Joe Biden make good on his campaign promises and rejoined the Paris Agreement upon taking office, a move that has huge implications for Mexico in particular, given the current energy strategy of the government, which focuses on fossil fuels. We spoke with Aldo Flores-Quiroga, senior adviser for energy and natural resources at FTI Consu…
 
Carlos Dimas returns to the mic to talk with Dr. Ashley Kerr about her new book, Sex, Skulls, and Citizens: Gender and Racial Science in Argentina, 1860-1910. Sit back and listen to disturbing but significant stories about displays of indigenous peoples in late-nineteenth and early twentieth-century Argentina. Dr. Kerr also previews her new book pr…
 
Apart from simple supply and demand, nothing impacts oil markets as much as geopolitics. Former President Donald Trump did everything he could to load up sanctions on countries like Iran and Venezuela in order to cut down on their crude exports. Now we'll see what President Joe Biden might do and whether those moves lead to more barrels coming back…
 
Dr. Carmen Soliz brought together an outstanding panel of scholars to discuss present day Bolivia. The panel explores such critical actors and elements as the military, miners, cruceño elites, and public health contemporary Bolivia by placing them in broader historical arcs to present a complex picture of this Andean nation.Panel:Dr. Liz Shesko [ht…
 
President Joe Biden's inauguration was particularly momentous, including for energy companies and markets. A flurry of executive actions were signed just hours after Biden took the oath of office, and against that background there are big changes underway in federal policy. Oil, natural gas and energy transition will all be impacted by these early …
 
"A set by Rajiv Jayaweera on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole Live, recorded live at the legendary Birdland Jazz Club back in 2019. Drummer, percussionist and composer Rajiv Jayaweera was born in London, grew up in Melbourne, is of Sri Lankan heritage and is currently based in New York City. At Birdland, he performed with Joel Frahm (tenor saxophon…
 
Steven sat down with Dr. Rafael Ocasio to talk about his new book, A Bristol Rhode Island and Matanzas Cuba, Slavery Connection: The Diary of George Howe. The conversation takes us from Rhode Island to Matanzas – from the U.S. Capital to plantation fields. Using George Howe as a window into the era, Ocasio paints a vivid picture of a challenging wo…
 
Today we are looking at oil storage trends. Oil storage sits at the heart of oil pricing, and a lot has happened in this arena over the last year, mirroring crude and product markets. Ahead of S&P Global Platts' Oil Storage Virtual Conference, to be held January 21, we talked with two experts in the field: Richard Redoglia, CEO of Matrix Global Hol…
 
Today we are examining the outlook for new North American liquefaction projects to be sanctioned in 2021 amid a virtual standstill in 2020. The recent runup in the Platts JKM has buoyed developers, but challenges remain. S&P Global Platts natural writer Harry Weber spoke with Charif Souki, co-founder and executive chairman of Tellurian, which is pr…
 
"Check out Restroy’s set at The Whistler in Chicago, IL from May 2017 on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole Live with Linus. Restroy consists of Christopher Dammann (bandleader, bass, electronics), James Davis (trumpet, electronics), Paul Giallorenzo (electronics, keyboards) and Avreeayl Ra (drums). Their latest album Sketches came out via Ears &…
 
The 2020 US elections were arguably the most consequential of our time. Among the many issues that drove voters to choose one candidate over another was energy. Oil, natural gas and the energy transition all were at play, and now the incoming administration of President-elect Joe Biden will be expected to deliver on promises made. Jasmin Melvin and…
 
This is the exclusive DJ mix I did for my friends of Disco Infiltrators hosted by Lisa Jane.Tracklist:01. Mind Enterprises - Mont Blanc (Purple Disco Machine Remix) (Extended) - Club Sweat02. JKriv - Vertigo (Yuksek Remix)03. Romain Villeroy,Monsieur Van Pratt - Shaking It (Monsieur Van Pratt Remix)04. Juan Soto - D&C (corregida)05. Mark Brickman -…
 
Earlier this year the oil market suffered a historic price collapse as pandemic-blunted demand left the world awash in crude. Against this background, the OPEC+ group in April agreed to is deepest-ever production cuts. The agreement was largely successful in fostering a recovery in oil prices throughout the summer and fall, but oil demand outlooks …
 
US crude output fell this year in response to low demand stemming from the coronavirus pandemic. Production has held at around 10.5 million b/d to 11 million b/d since late October, according to the US Energy Information Administration. But that is down roughly 2 million b/d on the year, and many analysts expect little change for 2021. However, som…
 
The presidential election is over, and the results are being certified. President Donald Trump may keep contesting votes in court, but we’re expecting the beginning of the Biden administration come January. Today we look at the state of the midstream oil sector amid an ongoing pandemic and an upcoming Democratic White House that won’t be as friendl…
 
"Tune in to The Jazz Hole Live today for a set by the Canadian-born, NYC-based vocalist and composer Kari van der Kloot recorded live at Rockwood Music Hall in New York, NY. Kari van der Kloot’s latest album The Architects lives somewhere in the space between jazz and folk. On her rich compositions, Kari’s lush vocals are backed up by her brilliant…
 
California and its clean car ambitions had a lot riding on the US presidential election. The state's Air Resources Board spent the Trump presidency fighting with the US Environmental Protection Agency about its rollback of Obama-era tailpipe standards, which were set to increase average fuel economy of the US passenger vehicle fleet by 5% annually …
 
The US oil and gas sector is facing several huge transitions all at once: the immediate crisis brought on by the pandemic and a longer-term energy transition away from fossil fuels. Today we're looking at a third shift confronting the US upstream: digital transformation and the need for the oil and gas workforce to catch up in this area. A new surv…
 
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