LatAmNRG Ecuador Briefs: Quito Gasoline, Russia’s Tyazhmash To Finish Project

(Energy Analytics Institute, Piero Stewart, 22.Jun.2019) — LatAmNRG briefs related to OPEC member country Ecuador and gasoline prices in Quito, recycled waste imports, Russian company Tyazhmash’s plans to complete work on the Toachi Pilatón project, and inauguration of the El Inga – Tisaleo 500Kv line by Ecuador’s President Lenin Moreno.

Quito Gasoline Prices Between $2.98-$3.19 Per Gallon

(Energy Analytics Institute, Piero Stewart, 22.Jun.2019) — In Quito, Ecuador the price of gasoline varies from service station to service station.

During the month of June the price in the capital city has ranged between $2.98 per gallon and $3.19 per gallon, reported online media El Comercio.


Imports Of Recycled Waste Reached $3.6 Million In 2018

(Energy Analytics Institute, Piero Stewart, 21.Jun.2019) — Ecuador’s imports of plastic waste were equivalent to $3.6 million in 2018 compared to $1.7 million in 2017, online media El Universo reported.

These imports serve plastics and synthetic spinning industries and were mainly imported from the US, Mexico, the Dominican Republic, Colombia, and Panama.


Russia’s Tyazhmash To Finish Work On Toachi Pilatón Project

(Energy Analytics Institute, Piero Stewart, 21.Jun.2019) — Russian company Tyazhmash delivered the technical and faithful compliance guarantees, and signed a contract with Ecuador’s Electricity Corporation (CELEC EP) to finish construction of the Toachi Pilatón project. Work on the project has been paralyzed for more than two years, reported online media El Comercio.


Ecuador Inaugurates El Inga – Tisaleo 500Kv Line

(Energy Analytics Institute, Piero Stewart, 13.Jun.2019) — Ecuador’s President Lenin Moreno inaugurated the 500 Kv transmission system with conclusion of the section of the El Inga – Tisaleo line, Ecuador’s Ministry of Energy and Non-Renewables Resources announced 13 June in an official statement.

The inauguration took place at the Las Esclusas electrical substation, located south of Guayaquil, a city that will receive power from the Coca Codo Sinclair Hydroelectric Power Plant, the ministry said.


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