The Weekly Brief: Greater Caribbean

Central America. AES started the third phase of the solar plant in La Unión; Guatemala's renewables reach 65%; and Panamá will power up with sugar.

 

Greater Antilles. The Dominican Republic lowered prices to avoid a truckers' walkout; Fitch maintains the Dominican Republic's rating at BB-; and the new Cuban president addressed the UN assembly.

 

Lesser Antilles. A global oil company ended exclusive talks in the Bahamas; the St. Croix refinery will be guided by an ex-Hess executive; and Dominica is happy with its geothermal plant.

 

South America’s Caribbean Coast. Ecopetrol agreed on a salary boost to end the strike; Guyana and Trinidad & Tobago signed the MOU; and the US sanctioned Maduro's wife and may hit light oil.

 

Déjà vu all over again. Last week’s readers were particularly interested in the shipping company joining the wind farm construction (English); and the CEOG power plant (English).

 

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