South American Energy Council

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Union of South American Nations

The South American Energy Council is a body set up to co-ordinate the regional energy policy of the Union of South American Nations.[1] Its establishment was agreed at the first South American Energy Summit, which took place on April 16–17 2007 on Isla Margarita in the Venezuelan state of Nueva Esparta.[2]

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  1. ^ Leaders Overcome Impasse on Ethanol, Inter Press Service News Agency, published 2007-04-17, accessed 2007-04-19.
  2. ^ Delegations Confirm Presence at SA Energy Summit, Prensa Latina, published 2007-04-08, accessed 2007-04-19.