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CFE extends 333-450MW Durango plant bidding

Bnamericas Published: Tuesday, October 10, 2006
Mexico's state power company CFE has extended until October 23 from October 9 the deadline to submit offers to build a 333-450MW combined cycle plant in Durango state, CFE said in a statement. CFE is due to open technical offers on the new date and economic offers on November 16. Construction is due to begin in May 2007 and wrap up in June 2009. The winner would supply CFE's national grid for 25 years. Spain's Iberdrola and US-Mexican joint venture ICA Fluor along with Seico, Lipsa, Valerus, ARB and Arendal have expressed interest in the 29 CCC Norte project.

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