The Weekly Brief: Greater Caribbean

Central America. Guatemala may face a political crisis.

 

Greater Antilles. Cuba’s Camagüey received an investment in power; and blackouts in the Dominican Republic will increase in October.

 

Lesser Antilles. The IMF and Barbados reached an agreement; the Bahamas' Chamber of Commerce will decide on BPL’s plant; and Barbados found a new supplier after Petrotrin's closure.

 

South America’s Caribbean Coast. Total claimed a stake in Eco Oil & Gas' Orinduik Block; Venezuela signed old-fashioned oil contracts; and Tullow Oil plans to drill its first well in Guyana in 2019.

 

Déjà vu all over again. Last week’s readers were particularly interested in the Bahamas’ renewable target (English); the Bahamas' bio-mass power plant (English); and Barbados’ connection to Petrotrin (English).

 

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