Operator Series

Latest reports

Operator Series: América Móvil still on top
Regional

By -

Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim's telecoms giant seems to have reached a plateau in terms of subscribers but, with over 362mn accesses in 25 countries, the company is not slowing down for a minute.

Operator Series: Chile's Enap steps up Ecuador game
Operator series: SQM bets US$525mn on Chilean lithium

By -

With lithium prices multiplying, the miner plans to ramp up investment in Chilean lithium carbonate expansion through 2021, while also pushing lithium investments in Argentina and Australia.

Operator Series: Pemex in times of López Obrador
Mexico

Operator Series: Pemex in times of López Obrador

By -

A new economic philosophy could have large implications for Mexican NOC Pemex, with López Obrador's economic development plan envisioning Pemex once again as a vertically integrated national champion of development.

Operator Series: Service quality improvement now tops Eletropaulo's agenda
Operator Series: Altán Redes and the many challenges of Red Compartida
Mexico

Operator Series: Altán Redes and the many challenges of Red Compartida

By -

The operator of Mexico's 4G wholesale network has its first clients, but also a long way to go before reaching its full potential. BNamericas takes an in-depth look at the consortium and the controversial project enshrined in Mexico's 2013 constitutional telecommunications reform.

Central banking in Latin America: the growth vs inflation challenge
Electric Power Capex Report: Auctions, Growth Fuel New Investment
Why Bitel shouldn't fail in Peru

Why Bitel shouldn't fail in Peru

By -

As the telco targets a market share of 18% in Peru's competitive mobile market, the company is convinced its focus on mobile broadband to underserved areas and fiber network is the best strategy.

The inflation outlook for 6 key LatAm economies
Capex Series: Biggest miners active in Latin America to raise global spending 21% in 2018
Capex Series: Latam Infrastructure 2018
Regional

Capex Series: Latam Infrastructure 2018

By -

Most Latin American nations are set to have a better year in 2018 in terms of economic growth after the last few years characterized by weak commodity prices and, in a number of countries, corruption scandals and their political fallout, which undermined investor confidence. The following report aims to outline the future spending of the region's most relevant builders of infrastructure projects, as well as to provide information on their 2017 financial results and serve as a reference as to their key construction and pre-construction stage projects in Latin America.

Capex Series: Oil and Gas Companies Ramp up Spending in 2018
Regional

Capex Series: Oil and Gas Companies Ramp up Spending in 2018

By -

In the report we look at the spending of major oil companies in the region. With higher prices, and after years of cost-cutting, Latin American oil and gas companies have across the board said they will spend more in 2018 than last year. Read the report for details.

Capex Series: Telecom Argentina, América Móvil, Millicom to drive growth
Operator Series: Brazil's Cesp struggles to supply power amid privatization
Operator Series: Fresnillo - the last of Mexico's big spenders?
Operator Series: Freeport's Cerro Verde tapping into copper rally
Operator Series: EOG Resources steps up Trinidad game
Operator Series: Challenges ahead for Brazil's Ecorodovias
Operator Series: The importance of LatAm investment cycles for Acciona Agua's strategy