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  • Pemex will invite to bid for the construction of 17 plants in Tula

    Mexico City Federal.- Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex) has already defined 17 plants to be built in Tula Refinery; therefore bids will be received in five different packages, Juan Carlos Santos Fernandez, CEO, ICA Fluor, assured. Other packages could be added, depending on the decisions made by Pemex before the summer of 2013, when invitations and bid bases must be issued. In an interview after participating in the XVIII Forum on Progress by Refining Industry, Mr. Santos assured that this is the latest progress made since the company granted the Engineering and Procurement Agreement for the project early this year. “We are in the basic engineering stage, we have made significant progress in selection by Pemex of technologies and technologists who will participate in the refinery; we have been supplementing efforts to define the packages”, he explained.
    Source: Reforma | Date: 17/07/2012