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Mexico's federal electricity commission to supply natural gas to fertilizer plant

5:44 AM MDT | May 30, 2014 | Francinia Protti-Alvarez

Mexico's federal electricity commission CFE (Mexico City) and Gas y Petroquímica de Occidente (GOP), a subsidiary of ProMan (Wollerau, Switzerland), signed an agreement for the supply of natural gas to GOP's planned fertilizer complex at Topolobampo in northwestern Mexico, CFE announced. The agreement was signed during a groundbreaking ceremony for the Topolobampo-El Encino pipeline that will transport the gas to the plant. The previously announced complex is expected to require an investment of about $3 billion, according to local reports. It will include...

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