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Nuclear energy will be available until 2030 in Mexico
The generation of electricity with nuclear energy is increasing in Mexico and it is estimated that by 2030 this source will be available in the country. "The National Electric System Development Program considers a repowering of the Laguna Verde power plant, more or less equivalent to the growth we...
The solar energy industry plans to create more jobs in 2019
The National Association of Solar Energy (ANES), estimates that by 2019 could create 10,000 additional jobs that would be added to the 20,000 already existing. The ANES estimates that currently, the companies employ 20,000 people in its two markets: panels for houses, squares, industries and instal...
Iberdrola produces more energy in Mexico than in its native country
In 2018, Spanish energy company, Iberdrola, will produce more electricity for the first time in Mexico than in Spain, after years of major investments in America. "This year we will produce more electricity in Mexico than in Spain, which gives an idea of the size of the business we have there," sai...
Pemex has awarded additional pipeline and storage capacity to Andeavor
Andeavor, a company that specializes in marketing, logistics and refining, has won the Pemex Logística Open Season 3.1 for the North and Pacific Systems in the Northwestern region of Mexico. The company has been given capacity on oil products pipeline and storage terminals. The awarded capacity in...
Spain-based Repsol acquires 40% stake in Mexican company Bardahl to create joint venture
Repsol, a global oil company based in Madrid, announced it has reached an agreement to acquire 40% of the Mexican automotive fluids and lubricants company Bardahl. This is the largest transaction to date for Repsol’s Lubricants unit, the company’s most global business unit, whose internationaliz...

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