- Iberdrola (IBDSF, IBDRY) has been awarded a €66M contract in Mexico to build an interconnection system that will join Salamanca’s cogeneration plant to Ingeniero Antonio M. Amor refinery. It is the first agreement between Iberdrola and Pemex.
- The project will be developed during the course of 18 months on a turnkey basis method, and it will include building a concrete rack of over 2.5 kilometers long which will carry high and medium pressure steam generated by Salamanca’s cogeneration plant to the aforementioned refinery, both located in Guanajuato state, central Mexico.
- The initiative also involves implementing a large plant for the treatment of condensation water, a degasification system, several pumping mechanisms and other auxiliary infrastructures.
- Source: press release
Iberdrola gets a €66M contract with Pemex
Dec 9 2013, 03:58 ET