The Weekly Brief: Greater Caribbean

Central America. The IDB and El Salvador will finance small and medium enterprises; a contract to operate Guatemala's pipeline is up for grabs; and El Salvador's Bósforo is open for business.

 

Greater Antilles. Sherritt restarts work in Cuba's Block 10; DEG will finance the Dominican Republic’s biggest solar farm; and the Dominican Republic will have 13 new power plants.

 

Lesser Antilles. Trinidad and Tobago will drill for natural gas; Shell’s plans will cut fuel prices in the Bahamas; and Trinidad and Tobago’s Prime Minister and BHP discussed future plans.

 

South America’s Caribbean Coast. Colombia offered a new oil round; and the World Bank awarded Guyana a US$35m loan to support the country's finance sector.

 

Déjà vu all over again. Last week’s readers were particularly interested in Siemens’ designs for Puerto Rico’s grids (English); Cuba’s new reforms (English); and ExxonMobil’s estimates in Guyana (English).

 

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