Dominican Republic – Energy Matrix & Regulatory Framework With a gross domestic product (measured at PPP) of USD 90 billion and a population of 10.3 million people, the Dominican Republic is the largest economy in the Caribbean and has the largest population after Cuba. Its energy matrix is dominated by the import of fossil fuels as primary sources (crude oil, natural gas … [Read more...] about Dominican Republic’s Energy Market
Carlos G. Sucre is an extractive sector specialist at the Mining, Geothermal Energy and Hydrocarbons Cluster of the Infrastructure and Energy Sector at the IDB. At the IDB, his work has focused on the mining and hydrocarbons sector, covering mostly Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Panama and Venezuela. He is also an adjunct professor of energy security at the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University. He holds a master’s degree in international political economy from George Washington University and a double bachelor’s degree in economics and political science from the University of Chicago.