The Weekly Brief: Greater Caribbean

Central America. The IDB will back Honduras’ transmission system; the UN discussed Nicaragua's crisis; and five companies will compete to build a transmission line in Panama.

 

Greater Antilles. A lightning strike shut down AES Dominicana; FEMA handed Prepa US$55m to pay Florida Power & Light; and the Dominican Republic grew...but so did its public debt.

 

Lesser Antilles. The Bahamas may add a biomass power plant; T&T may turn to Guyana to save Petrotrin’s refinery; and OWTU may go on strike over the refinery's closing.

 

South America’s Caribbean Coast. ExxonMobil made a ninth discovery in Guyana; six companies will compete over Colombia's exploration areas; and Colombia's oil sector keeps growing.

 

Déjà vu all over again. Last week’s readers were particularly interested in the Bahamas’ biomass plant proposal (English); and Saipem’s new contracts in Guyana (English).

 

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