Aerospace News

  • Germany-based manufacturer Henkel to increase production in Guanajuato

    Germany-based chemical products manufacturer Henkel received the proper permits from Mexican environmental authorities to conduct expansions in order to add a new production line at its facility in Salamanca, Guanajuato, El Economista reported.

    Due to increasing demand in the auto industry, the

  • ExxonMobil opens its first gas stations in Mexico supplied by own Texas refineries

    ExxonMobil, in a partnership with retailer Grupo Orsan, opened eight Mobil-branded service stations this week in Queretaro as part of the company’s entry in Mexico’s fuels market. ExxonMobil plans to open 50 Mobil stations in the Bajio region (central Mexico) by the end of the first quarter of 2018.

    ExxonMobil is the first company to fully leverage Mexico’s new energy model and provide an integrated product offering along the entire

  • Iberdrola delivers US$ 270 million combined-cycle power plant in Northwest Mexico

    Mexico’s state-owned utility company Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) inaugurated in recent days the new 314-megawatt (MW) combined-cycle power plant Baja California III, built by the Spanish energy company Iberdrola. This facility will provide enough power to the state of Baja California, which until the entry into operation of this plant imported electricity from the United States.

    The ceremony was attended by the general

  • Cemex requests permits to build a US$ 20 million photovoltaic plant in Hidalgo

    Mexico-based global building materials company Cemex plans to invest more than US$ 20.7 million to build a photovoltaic plant in the state of Hidalgo, according to public documents filed in order to receive authorization from the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources (Semarnat).

    The gazette of this Secretariat, prepared by the General Direction of Impact and Environmental Risk, pointed out that the company Fotovoltaica GI 5

  • French developer Neoen wins largest solar project in Mexico’s third clean energy auction

    French renewable energy developer Neoen announced it has been awarded a 377MW solar photovoltaic project in Mexico’s third clean energy auction. The project in the state of Aguascalientes is due to be connected to the grid in June 2020.

    According to Mexico’s National Centre for Energy Control