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Mexico to reach renewable energy goal earlier than planned, official says
Mexico will get 35% of the power it needs from renewable sources in 2021, three years before the official timetable, which was set for 2024, supported by clean energy power plants that resulted from the three long-term auctions that have been carried out after the energy reform, projected Guillermo ...
Pemex to restart operations at refinery in Tamaulipas by late March
Pemex expects to increase crude processing at its refineries to 900,000 barrels per day (bpd) in the second quarter of 2018, from around 500,000 bpd currently produced, its CEO said during an Energy forum in the country's capital last Tuesday. Carlos Treviño added that the company plans to complet...
Shell takes nine of 19 blocks awarded in Mexico's deep water tender
Royal Dutch Shell was the big winner of the Round 2 deep water tender organized by the Mexican government, taking nine of the 19 blocks awarded in the public auction. The state-owned oil company Pemex was awarded four areas. A total of 29 areas were offered, located in the oil provinces of Area Per...
Tender to connect Baja California to the National power grid attracts 45 companies
Mexico’s Secretariat of Energy (Sener) announced that the tender to build an electric transmission line to connect Baja California with the National Electric System (power grid) drew the attention of 45 companies. Pedro Joaquin Coldwell, head of the unit, said that the interconnection of the Isol...
Liquid fuel terminal in San Luis Potosi to supply the Bajío region starting mid-2018
By mid-2018, a liquid fuels terminal developed by Kansas City Southern de Mexico, Watco and WTC Industrial, a Mexican consortium based in San Luis Potosi, will start supplying gasoline to the El Bajio region. The companies have so far invested US$ 40 million in the necessary preparations and infras...

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