95 articles in Mexico
Ondeo has taken over five Azurix contracts in Mexico worth a total of $70 million in annual revenues.
ISRAELI IDE TECHNOLOGIES is to build a seawater desalination plant in the Mexican state of Sonora as part of a consortium which includes Spain’s Union Fenosa and Actividades de Construccion y Servicios (ACS). The plant will be built on a BOT basis, with $250 million invested to carry out the project.
THE MEXICAN GOVERNMENT is set to introduce changes to legislation which would allow greater private sector participation (PSP) in the water sector.
THE PUBLIC UTILITY in the Mexican state of Baja California – CESPT – has reissued a tender worth $5 million for the modernisation and expansion of the San Antonio de los Buenos WwTP in Tijuana.
To date 2000 has been something of a lost year for water projects in Mexico. Public and private sector plans have moved forward slowly or stalled completely. The election of PAN party candidate Vicente Fox has raised the prospect of change in the Mexican water sector. However, creating financing options for municipal infrastructure improvements remains a significant challenge.