Central America. Nicaragua's industry pays more for power.


Greater Antilles. The Dominican Republic's refinery went into maintenance; AES has renewables in sight for Puerto Rico; and Cuba cut back on power.


Lesser Antilles. Venezuela uses Trinidad and Tobago to bypass sanctions; BPL gets ready for the summer; and the Bahamas will adopt CARICOM’s new energy code.


South America’s Caribbean Coast. Iran waivers may help Venezuela; ExxonMobil makes yet another discovery in Guyana; and Repsol cancelled the swap deal for Venezuelan oil.


Déjà vu all over again. Last week’s readers were particularly interested in Bermuda’s new energy plan (English); the future of the small-scale LNG market (English); and Haiti’s fuel crisis (English).


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