Central America. El Salvador asks CEL to control power through a PPP; Central America will pay more for fuel; and the IMF is concerned about the Nicaraguan crisis.

 

Greater Antilles. An Australian and a Chinese company will drill in Cuba; the Dominican Republic fuel deliveries are slowed by Haiti's demand; and the Jamaican government considers asset privatization.

 

Lesser Antilles. Dominica will power up its population with geothermal energy; and the IMF visited Curaçao and Sint Maarten.

 

South America’s Caribbean Coast. Innova Capital plans the first floating solar installation; Total has big plans for the world, including Guyana; and the Venezuelan crisis deepens.

 

Déjà vu all over again. Last week’s readers were particularly interested in Curaçao’s choice of an oil-refinery operator (English); Bonaire’s energy storage (English); and debates over Puerto Rico’s natural gas deal (English).

 

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