Central America. Central America focuses on geothermal energy; Moody's warns Nicaragua of the effect of its tax reform; and the IMF and Honduras reached a deal.

 

Greater Antilles. Jamaica keeps looking for oil; the Mayajigua solar park was connected to the grid; and Puerto Rico will boost clean energy financing.

 

Lesser Antilles. Enhanced oil recovery was approved at the Innis-Trinity field; BORCO will change hands again; and NuStar Energy sold its St. Eustatius terminal.

 

South America’s Caribbean Coast. The Orinoco Belt crude production fell; Colombian oil reserves are up and gas reserves down; and Petromil kicked off operations in Colombia.

 

Déjà vu all over again. Last week’s readers were particularly interested in Puerto Rico’s coal (English); Inde’s natural gas project (Spanish); and ExxonMobil’s plans in Guyana (English).

 

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