(Energy Analytics Institute, Ian Silverman, 31.May.2018) – The partnership Saipem S.P.A / Saimexicana S.A. de C.V won the bid to rehabilitate the H-Oil Plant at the Miguel Hidalgo refinery.
Mexico’s state oil company Petróleos Mexicanos announced in an official statement results of the bidding process for rehabilitation and commissioning works at the H-Oil Plant located in the Miguel Hidalgo refinery in Tula, in the state of Hidalgo.
Nine consortiums participated in the bidding process. However, it was the Saipem S.P.A / Saimexicana S.A. de C.V partnership that made the most favorable bid, with technical and financial conditions agreeable to Pemex, for 779.11 million Mexican pesos. The winning bid was 9% lower than the second place bid, announced Pemex.
This project aims to boost production of ultra low sulfur gasoline, in compliance with environmental regulations in effect, and handling of crude oil for production of other fuels, such as diesel and jet fuel.