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Mexican regulator confirms 26 bidders for next deepwater auction
Mexico’s National Hydrocarbons Commission (CNH) reported that 26 bidders will participate in the fourth auction of Round 2, which considers 29 deepwater contractual areas. According to the regulator, the final list for the process to be held on January 31 considers nine companies that will go ind...
Spain-based energy company unveils photovoltaic project in Chihuahua
Officials from the Spanish company Uriel Renewables revealed before Chihuahua state authorities the photovoltaic project "San Jeronimo Solar" to generate clean, low-cost electricity. The representatives noted that the company created to oversee the project, San Jeronimo Solar SAPI de CV, plans to o...
Enel starts construction of US$ 120 million wind farm in Tamaulipas
Italian utility company Enel S.p.A. announced its renewable energy subsidiary Enel Green Power México has started the construction of the 93 MW Salitrillos wind farm, the company’s first plant in the north-eastern Mexican state of Tamaulipas. The overall investment in the construction of the faci...
GE’s Power Services inks US$ 330 million deal to improve power plant in Juarez
GE’s Power Services business signed a series of long-term agreements with a consortium formed by Macquarie Capital and Techint valued at approximately over US$ 330 million to provide 25 years of total plant services solutions for a 907 megawatts (MW) Norte III power plant, located in the municipal...
French oil & gas company Total opens its first fuel station in Mexico
French oil & gas company Total inaugurated its first gas station in Mexico, in partnership with Gasored, as part of a plan that includes 250 service stations under its brand in the next two years. Alexandre Duret-Proux, chairman of Total in Mexico, said that the supply of fuel will be improved ...

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