August 2017, Vol. 244, No. 8


Samalayuca-Sasabe Pipeline Looks to Bring Power to North Mexico

The Samalayuca-Sasabe project’s main objective is connecting the federal gas network to the northern states of Chihuahua and Sonora in order to supply energy to the power-generation plants located in the north and northeast of Mexico. According to the work schedule, the project is expected to start operations next April with a $916 million total investment. This is one of the most important projects in recent years in terms of energy integration at a national level. The Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) commissioned the construction to a consortium formed by Mexico-based Grupo Carso and the Spanish company, FCC, through a venture called AFIG (CICSA 45%, FCC Industrial 45% and Nuova Ghiz

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