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TransCanada embarks on a US$ 800 million project in Mexico
TransCanada Corp is joining with the Mexican company Sierra Oil & Gas to build an US$ 800 million marine terminal and pipeline in the Mexican port of Tuxpan, the companies said in a statement. The project will transport gasoline, diesel and jet fuel to central Mexico. The Calgary-based pipeline...
GE Power lands cogeneration project in Mexico
GE Power will provide an LM2500+ aeroderivative gas turbine and long-term services for a new natural gas cogeneration plant at paper manufacturer Bio-PAPPEL's San Juan del Rio, Mexico, paper mill. According to a press release, the new facility will generate electricity and heat for the factory, w...
Chinese firm JinkoSolar strikes deal in Mexico
China's JinkoSolar Holding Co Ltd (NYSE:JKS) said it has signed power purchase agreements (PPAs) with Mexico's Federal Electricity Commission for three solar projects totalling 188 MW. The Chinese solar products maker won these projects in April 2016 under Mexico's first long term electricity aucti...
SunEdison to sell US$ 8.7 million assets to Flex
EMS-giant Flex (previously Flextronics) will pay US$ 8.7 million to the bankrupt solar firm SunEdison for some of its assets, both parts revealed in a statement this week. The company, which filed for Chapter 11 in April 2016, already works with Flex, which makes solar modules for SunEdison on its ...
Sempra changes plans in order to invest US$ 500 million in Mexico
Sempra Energy will step back from a plan to buy shares by US$500 million and will instead use the cash to help build a US$2 billion natural gas pipeline in Mexico.During a keynote, company executives revealed the firm its now more interested in making money from energy projects in Latin America. In ...

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