Central America. The IMF is disappointed with Panama's growth; Honduras' power auction was canceled; and Moody’s is concerned with Nicaragua’s foreign loans.


Greater Antilles. Jamaica wants to ensure good fuel; Taiwan hit the brakes on a Haiti power grid project; and the Cayman Islands go green.


Lesser Antilles. The Bahamas had its first LNG transfer; Aruba halted the refinery makeover; and the OWTU is optimistic about selling Trinidad’s refinery assets.


South America’s Caribbean Coast. Gran Tierra got a piece of the Putumayo and Llanos Basins; Stena Forth will drill in Guyana; and Rystad expects Venezuela's oil production to be below 1 mbd by 2020.


Déjà vu all over again. Last week’s readers were particularly interested in the pact to help US companies invest in the Dominican Republic (English).


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