Central America. Guatemala's hydro power is up for debate; ECLAC is concerned with Nicaragua's economy; and the IDB is happy with Central America's economy.

 

Greater Antilles. Cuba will look for oil production; Total cut the ribbon on a storage facility in Puerto Rico; and US sanctions hit the Dominican Republic and Jamaica.

 

Lesser Antilles. Bermuda suffered power outages; Trinidad will cut the ribbon on a CNG station; and the IMF trusts Aruba's slowly recovering economy.

 

South America’s Caribbean Coast. Tullow, Total, and Eco go deep in Guyana's offshore fields; Colombia awarded fields to Repsol and ExxonMobil; and ROSEN was recognized for inspecting pipelines.

 

Déjà vu all over again. Last week’s readers were particularly interested in Inter-Energy’s acquisition (English); Guyana’s profit from the energy sector (English); and the Caribbean bunker fuel market (English).

 

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