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Argentina Texas Chamber of Commerce



The Argentina-Texas Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce the 2017-8 Board of Directors and Advisory Board confirmed at the April 2017 Annual Meeting.

Board members represent businesses and corporations of all sizes across multiple industries. The new board, which incorporated five new members, is committed to serve Argentina-Texas business community and expand our members and partners business opportunities.


A group of fifty businessmen from Neuquen, Argentina, visited the United States to internalize the advances around shale development, emphasizing the techniques of environmental care and technological advances that drive a market that is reinvented every day to reduce costs and be More competitive.


Argentina’s hydrocarbon industry has passed the hundred-year milestone. It began in 1907 with the discovery of crude oil in the Golfo de San Jorge Basin and, throughout the XX century, it registered a sustained growth, reaching selfsufficiency of oil in 1980. As from 1990, influenced by strong changes in the rules of the game of the oil industry, production increased significantly and Argentina became an oil-exporting country since 1992. This growth was accompanied by the installation of the necessary refineries to supply the domestic market and even export oil by-products. Likewise, we witnessed the development of a transportation and distribution infrastructure that includes river and sea ports, pipeline networks, loading terminals and all the necessary facilities to guarantee the distribution of fuels to every corner of a large country.


During the OTC week, the President of the Argentina Texas Chamber of Commerce, Ariel Bosio, highlighted the existing interest, in North America, for the reservoir Vaca Muerta.

The Chamber organized 2 events during the OTC in Houston, Texas. A networking cocktail, organized with the Basil Texas Chamber of Commerce, a unique opportunity for companies within the Oil & Gas industry to network. And a seminar targeted to SMEs from Argentina on how to do business in the US, types of visas and SBA services.


With a large delegation that surpasses fifty entrepreneurs and authorities from Neuquén, together with other representatives of the country, we live an agenda full of activities to enhance relations and business between our country and the United States.


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The members of the Argentina Texas Chamber of Commerce cover an ample spectrum of professional companies such as banking, retail, agriculture, logistics, technology, medical sector, engineering, oil and gas companies, law and accounting firms among others.

The Argentina Texas Chamber of Commerce is the primary advocate of Argentina and Texas business communities and is dedicated to building economic prosperity for both Countries. The Chamber of Commerce is a Member-driven organization.

VISION - Being a key effective partner to build a vibrant and prosperous business relationship between the State of Texas and the Republic of Argentina.

MISSION - Serving, facilitating and promoting investing, economic, educational, networking and trading opportunities between the State of Texas and the Republic of Argentina by acting as a catalyst for an innovative, successful and productive business environment and partnership.