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Pemex awards refinery rehabilitation contract

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Hydrocarbon Engineering,

Petróleos Mexicanos has disclosed the results of the bidding process for rehabilitation and commissioning works to be carried out on the H-Oil Plant located in the Miguel Hidalgo refinery in Tula, Hidalgo, Mexico.

Nine consortiums participated in this procedure, and it was the corporate partnership formed by SAIPEM S.P.A/SAIMEXICANA S.A. de C.V that made the most favourable bid with technical and financial conditions agreeable to Pemex for an amount of 779.11 million pesos, 9% lower than the bid that placed second.

This project will increase the production of ultra-low sulfur gasoline, in compliance with environmental regulations in effect, and the handling of crude oil for production of other fuels, such as diesel and jet fuel.

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