The initiative entails the expansion of a local wastewater treatment plant and a wastewater collector. The total budget for both is US$51mn.
STC is looking for a company to perform feasibility and pre-investment studies for the construction of an express rail service to the new Mexico City international airport.
The project will be totally funded by the city government. The official budget is US$100mn and the contract is expected to be awarded by October.
The largest thermal generator on Chile's northern SING grid highlighted steps taken by Chile's independent system operator to cope with intermittent wind and solar energy during the first half.
BNamericas takes a look at the strategy that one of the world's largest water solutions firms is undertaking to consolidate its presence in Latin America.
Trinidad and Colombia led upstream development and exploration investment, respectively, for the Spanish major in the first half.
The president of Brazil's wind power association spoke to BNamericas about the Brazil's new proposal to reform the energy sector, which could include changes for renewables, "such as cuts to energy transmission and distribution subsidies", the executive says.
Consisting of compact, easy-to-install and low visual impact cellular antennas, small cells have often been seen as a key technology to improve spectrum coverage. BNamericas takes a look at their deployment and use by some of the major telcos in LatAm.
BNamericas spoke with Termomecanica's industrial director Luiz Henrique Caveagna about the company's initiave on special alloys, unveiled this week.
BNamericas spoke with The Nature Conservancy to learn more about water funds, a model the NGO has perfected to involve different stakeholders in the development of solutions for water protection.
With the planned sale of assets, the company seeks to return to its toll road-focused roots.
Mobile carriers are increasingly turning to technology that allows the combination of different bands to increase coverage, boost quality and gain efficiency.
Brazil's oil and gas market has been adding new small and mid-sized producers, such as Dimensional Engenharia, which has decided to include in its portfolio the Vale do Quiricó field, in the Recôncavo basin. Company director Vinicius Benevides spoke about the plans for the mature field.
Julio Cesar Rosa from general insurance federation FenSeg tells BNamericas how insurance companies in troubled states like Rio de Janeiro are coping with greater levels of crime.
BNamericas spoke to the CEO of Brazilian company OData, a provider of wholesale collocation services, about its datacenter internationalization plans.
BNamericas speaks to Bobby Cusmano, the business development head of US services firm Progen, about opportunities in Latin America's largely untapped off-grid power market.
BNamericas spoke to Simón Marsi, CEO of unified communications supplier C3ntro Telecom, about the current state of telecom infrastructure in Mexico and his company's plans to launch an MVNO using the country's wholesale shared network.
BNamericas takes a look at the reasons why some of Mexico's major dam projects are currently in the eye of the storm.
The head of Chilean regulator Subtel talks about the benefits that eliminating roaming charges between Chile and Argentina would have for both economies.
In an interview with BNamericas, Brazil's small hydropower producers association talks about expectations surrounding future energy auctions.
Commercial banks remain wary of providing traditional project finance to renewable energy projects in Argentina, a consultant tells BNamericas.