The Weekly Brief: Greater Caribbean

Central America. AES Panamá is almost done with Colon's power plant; fuel prices went up in El Salvador; and Nicaragua will pay more for power.

Greater Antilles. The Dominican Republic’s Electrical Pact caused a debate over the holidays; Cuba will develop more solar parks; and the CDB announced a US$100m program in Haiti.

Lesser Antilles. Petrotrin terminated its contract with A&V; Grenada asked for energy sector reform; and Anguilla will enjoy a restored power system.

Northern South America. ExxonMobil will start Stabroek production in March 2020; Ecopetrol found light crude in Santander; and Brazil is interested in Guyana's oil sector.

Déjà vu all over again. Last week’s readers were particularly interested in Bermuda’s fuel policy (English); St. Kitts and Nevis’ development (English); and the IDB’s efforts to make the Caribbean a “climate-smart zone” (English).

 

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