The oil complex in latin america: Politics, frontiers, and habits of oil rule

Gabriela Valdivia, Angus Lyall

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Latin America is the second largest oil-producing region in the world, following the Middle East. Major producers, such as Brazil, Mexico, and Venezuela, export to other Latin American countries, in addition to the Caribbean, North America, Europe, and, increasingly, Asia. The US, the world’s largest oil consumer, is the largest purchaser of Latin American oil; approximately 26% of US crude oil imports come from Latin America. Conversely, about 56% of US exports of refined fuels are shipped to Latin America. These trade networks and patterns offer some perspective on Latin America’s global oil connectivity, but say little about how its flows become entangled with (and often deepen) existing structures of economic dependence, colonialism, and geopolitical power in the region (e.g., Bebbington and Bury, 2013; Watts, 2016).

Idioma originalInglés
Título de la publicación alojadaThe Routledge Handbook of Latin American Development
EditorialTaylor and Francis
Páginas458-468
Número de páginas11
ISBN (versión digital)9781351669696
ISBN (versión impresa)9781138060739
DOI
EstadoPublicada - 1 ene. 2018
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