With a promise of investment of 15,400 million pesos, the rehabilitation of a coking plant at the Pemex Refinery in Cadereyta was included among the 39 infrastructure projects agreed by the federal government and the private initiative. According to specialists, the work, which will begin in 2021 no exact date was specified, would increase the generation of gasoline and diesel, and reduce the production of fuel oil, which is dirtier in its preparation and use.
Expert Alejandro Villalobos Hiriart explained that the plant, which processes heavy petroleum elements, has been operating for almost 20 years without adequate maintenance and warned that it is also necessary to modernize nearby facilities.
This is good news for Nuevo Leon and in general for the National Refining System, said Villalobos, who estimated that rehabilitation would take at least a year and a half if carried out by an experienced company.
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