A Pemex-owned gas processing facility in Tabasco, Mexico is to be the site of a $650m cogeneration facility.

Mexican chemicals company Mexichem said it expects to start operating the cogeneration power plant for Mexico’s state oil company in the first half of 2018.
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Pemex said that Mexichem had won a contract for the plant, called Cogeneracion Cactus, in partnership with Enesa Energia, a company part-owned by telecoms billionaire Carlos Slim and US.-based Invenergy Clean Power.

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