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The combined value of the five contracts is around 1.25bn pesos (US$70.5mn), and they are part of Pemex's ongoing refinery upgrade works to produce cleaner fuels.
The first contract, for the refurbishment and start-up of the Maya distillation plant, was awarded to Constructora Hostotipaquillo and Servicios de Infraestructura, and has a value of 240mn pesos, while the second, for the refurbishment and start-up of the gas oil hydrosulfurization plant, was awarded to Saipem and Saimexicana, with a value of 403mn pesos.
The third contract, for the refurbishment of the U-20000 hydrogen plant at the refinery, was awarded to Corpus Internacional, Construcciones y Rentas de Maquinaria and ITA Servicios y Aplicaciones, and is valued at 139mn pesos.
The consortium comprising Saipem and Saimexicana was also awarded the fourth contract, worth 220mn pesos, for the refurbishment and start-up of the No. 2 sulfur plant at the refinery. The fifth contract, for the middle distillate hydro-desulphurization plant, was awarded to Grupo Olram and Proyectos Industriales de Coatzacoalcos, and is valued at 244.7mn pesos.