Uruguay’s energy holding, UTE, is reviewing and canceling wind power supply contracts with private firms whose investments are in arrears, according to news reports.

Early this year UTE canceled contracts corresponding to three wind farms with a total capacity of 65 MW.

The same was decided for the 50 MW Artigas wind farm which missed the deadline for completion, despite a request for an extension until June 2017 to fulfill its contract.

UTE has specified a fine of $6 million to make up for the delay, but reportedly is open to harmonizing positions as the Artigas project is worth $130 million.