Central America. Guatemala is fighting over its transmission plan; Panama, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Guatemala lost power; and the Nicaraguan crisis hit gasoline demand.

 

Greater Antilles. A&A Lime Hall Development will challenge Jamaica's expropriation; Trump threatens to tighten the US embargo on Cuba; and a new renewable energy park would be up and running soon in the Dominican Republic.

 

Lesser Antilles. Curaçao postponed picking a refinery operator; and Wärtsilä will help Bonaire with power storage.

 

South America’s Caribbean Coast. ExxonMobil continues drilling the first of two wildcat wells in Guyana; Venezuela and Colombia fight over fuel restrictions; and Venezuelan sanctions affect crude oil futures.

 

Déjà vu all over again. Last edition’s readers were particularly interested in Guyana’s solar (English); the Dominican Republic’s inclusion in Irena (Spanish); and ExxonMobil’s resumed drilling (English).

 

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