BNamericas takes a look at some of the potential infrastructure and water projects for Puerto Rico on its road to recovery from the disaster caused by hurricanes Irma and Maria.
A meeting is scheduled for next week between Conagua authorities and representatives of Spanish company Abengoa, the concession holder that decided to abandon the project last year.
The housing minister said that his office would ideally be allocated 2.5tn pesos (US$840mn) for investments in next year's budget in order to maintain current water and housing projects going and execute new ones.
Brazil's center-west region is suffering from continued low rainfall.
Three priority areas have been identified: public lighting, pumping of drinking water and drainage, and energy use in municipal buildings.
The senate is in the process of consulting the public on the new rules.
The report from the regional government in northern Chile states that the aquifer from which the company is currently extracting groundwater is already overexploited and thus recommended rejecting the project to extend extraction to 2030.