Central America. Nicaragua was sanctioned due to human rights abuses; fuels dominate El Salvador's imports; and Honduras' Empresa Nacional de Energía Eléctrica will auction 240MW.
Greater Antilles. China brought technology for Cuba's oil production; Puerto Rico slowed the Carraízo Dam project; and Haiti protested higher fuel prices.
Lesser Antilles. A broken T&T well spewed oil and gas; Antigua and Barbuda's government and GreenTech Solar partnered up; and the IMF is hopeful about Trinidad & Tobago’s economy.
South America’s Caribbean Coast. Ecopetrol found gas and oil in Cundinamarca; Exxon guarantees systems to prevent oil spills in Guyana; and Trump considered a “military option” for Venezuela.
Déjà vu all over again. Last week’s readers were particularly interested in BPL’s renewable framework (English); the Bahamas’ digital governance (English); and the reopening of St. Croix’s oil refinery (English).
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