The Weekly Brief: Greater Caribbean

Central America. Guatemala exports more power; and El Salvador will spend more than expected.

 

Greater Antilles. United Oil and Gas will fund Jamaica's new ventures; the Dominican Republic will survive the electricity crunch; and Haiti is after total transparency in PetroCaribe.

 

Lesser Antilles. Petrotrin will let all workers from the refinery go; Bermuda will review how it calculates electricity tariffs; and questions surround Trinidad and Venezuela's agreement.

 

South America’s Caribbean Coast. Ecopetrol's strike continues; Guyanese are being trained for oilfield services; and the CEOG and Meridiam partnered up on a power plant.

 

Déjà vu all over again. Last week’s readers were particularly interested in the Bahamas plant at Clifton Pier (English); the Dominican Republic’s blackouts (Spanish); and Petrotrin’s replacement (English).

 

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