The Weekly Brief: Greater Caribbean

Central America. Panamá needs more power; Guatemala received Q18m in power investment; and the IMF will go easy on El Salvador.


Greater Antilles. Jamaica's oil showed promising signs; Havana Energy will build a second biomass plant; and a solar-diesel system was installed in the Dominican Republic.


Lesser Antilles. Petrotrin intends to recover Catshill Field; Aruba looked to the US to discuss Citgo’s refinery; and Dominica is negotiating geothermal energy tariffs.


South America’s Caribbean Coast. Guyana found oil (again); a strike at Ecopetrol's refinery; and Suriname fights Moody's downgrade.


Déjà vu all over again. Last week’s readers were particularly interested in Jamaica’s oil discovery (English); Cuba’s currency (English); and IDB’s annual meeting (English).


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