Argentinian energy industry participants are set to meet August 13 in Neuquen with labor leaders and politicians to discuss the future of the Vaca Muerta, as issues mount that could slow development of one of the world’s largest shale plays. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now Omar Gutierrez, the governor of Neuquen, the southwestern province that holds most of the play’s potential, said the meeting in Neuquen City will bring together national and provincial authorities as well as labor leaders and the executives from operators, rig suppliers and other services companies. Among those set to attend the meeting are the country’s energy minister, Javier Iguacel, and its production minister, Dante Sica, Gutierrez said in a statement late Monday. “The objective of the meeting will be to articulate what is necessary in terms of credit, logistics and all those recurrent areas […]