Electric Power: The week in 10 stories

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Friday, August 24, 2018

Argentina's energy ministry issued a resolution establishing procedures for natural gas exports.

BOLIVIA

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State power company Ende launched bidding to build infrastructure as part of the San José hydroelectric project in Cochabamba department.

BRAZIL

Shell is studying opportunities to expand its renewables business in Brazil, the firm's country manager André Araújo said.

CHILE

Environmental authorities received documents for two small-scale solar projects with combined capacity of 18MW and total investment of US$22mn.

PERU

Luz del Sur began environmental permitting for a generation complex in southern Arequipa region.

CHILE/PERU

Chilean and Peruvian energy authorities said they will review advancement of a proposed power transmission line at a binational cabinet meeting in November.

COLOMBIA

Public services regulator Superservicios published guidelines that it says will encourage the development of non-conventional renewable energy (NCRE) projects.

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

The government granted Poseidón Energía Renovable (PER) additional time to complete construction of the 100MW Los Guzmancitos wind farm in Puerto Plata province.

PANAMA

The Central American country signed an MOU with the US to identify opportunities for joint investment in the oil and electric power sectors.

PUERTO RICO

And the Puerto Rico government's energy commission (CEPR) said it is accepting comment on the first phase of an electric power integrated resource plan.