The Weekly Brief: Greater Caribbean

Central America. Costa Rica canceled the Diquís hydropower plant; the IADB will lend US$250m to El Salvador; and Trump accused Central American leaders of stealing foreign aid.

 

Greater Antilles. Puerto Rico discussed and passed the public energy policy bill; Punta Catalina may be up for tender; and the US imposed new sanctions against Cuba.

 

Lesser Antilles. Shell plans two land wells in Trinidad and Tobago; Limetree Bay Refining reached an agreement for the St. Croix refinery; and St. Lucia is working on its energy standards.

 

South America’s Caribbean Coast. Colombia's Vikingo production resumed; the Noble Tom Madden will start drilling soon in Guyana; and Colombia looked towards Mexico's oil hedge example.

 

Déjà vu all over again. Last week’s readers were particularly interested in Bermuda’s feed-in tariffs (English); Venezuelan bribes (English); and Conoco’s US$345m in cash and commodities (English).

 

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