The Weekly Brief: Greater Caribbean

Central America. Costa Rica said no to clean energy investments; Panamá will have two new renewable energy plants; and Guatemala will receive OPIC investment for renewables.

 

Greater Antilles. The Puerto Rico Energy Commission published rules for regulating microgrid development; and the Dominican Republic will have a new power generation plant.

 

Lesser Antilles. Trinidad and Tobago's upstream is expected to improve; Barbados and Grenada are no longer tax havens; and a Sol Petroleum terminal leaked four barrels.

 

South America’s Caribbean Coast. Colombia's crude exports are down; Venezuela is working to improve production; and Guyana oil income will coincide with the election.

 

Déjà vu all over again. Last week’s readers were particularly interested in Barbados’ downgrade (English); Panama NG Power’s new opportunity (Spanish); and BHP Billiton ending T&T exploration (English).

 

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