January 6, 2020 edition–Guyana’s production; Haiti’s sun; and Tullow’s finding.

Last Week in a Minute or Less

Central America. Honduras may face power shortages; Neoen is making progress on its solar plant; and Nicaragua and Guatemala power up with sugar cane.

Greater Antilles / Northern Islands. Haiti is replacing diesel with the sun; the Dominican Republic has a new natural gas pipeline; and Cuba’s economy is surviving US sanctions.

Lesser Antilles / Southern Islands. Touchstone found oil in Trinidad & Tobago; Curaçao found a new refinery operator; and the CDB will improve Barbuda’s energy network.

South America’s Caribbean Coast. Guyana began commercial oil production; Colombia went big on renewables; and the US cut Venezuelan flows…but they are recovering.

Déjà vu all over again. Last edition’s readers were particularly interested in the natural gas conversion of 750MW (Dominican Today – English); and Colombia’s LNG terminal (Mundo Martitimo – Spanish).

 

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