The News Review:
- Mexico’s ICA Flourishes In Recession n Government Contracts
- City moving too quickly on new plant
- Butler Twp. wastewater plant project progressing
- US Geothermal moving into review stage for $85M DE project loan
Mexico’s ICA Flourishes In Recession n Government Contracts
Wall Street Journal
The Mexico City-based infrastructure giant continues to rake in profitable government contracts amid the recession. The company expects revenue to grow by up to 30% this year. Last week ICA won a $268 million contract to build a natural gas plant in northern Mexico for Petroleos Mexicanos the state oil monopoly. ICA is waiting on the bidding results for two other large contracts with Pemex one to expand the Cangrejera petrochemicals plant and another.
City moving too quickly on new plant
com | Springfield News-Leader. Aside from the smell the cost and the potential environmental liability that Willard residents will face going forward it is apparent that this project has not been properly vetted.
Butler Twp. wastewater plant project progressing
Two related projects will bring public sewer service to customers on Hashagen Drive and in Upper Lehigh. Along Hashagen Drive about five homes will be hooked onto the Butler municipal sewer system. In Upper Lehigh homes will be connected to the Foster Township system and their sewage treated at the Freeland Municipal Authority plant. Previously Hashagen Drive residents were serviced by on-lot systems while Upper Lehigh sewage was transferred to holding tanks and hauled to the Butler Township plant for about $36000 per month. Township supervisors opened construction bids for both projects at its Wednesday morning wastewater meeting. Eleven contractors bid on the Upper Lehigh project. The lowest bid was from Franzosa Trucking Co.
US Geothermal moving into review stage for $85M DE project loan
Idaho Business Review
Geothermal is moving into the due diligence review phase of its application for a $85 million Department of Energy loan to support development of its Neal Hot Springs geothermal project in eastern regon. The $106 million binary cycle power plant is designed to deliver 22 megawatts of power and expected to begin commercial operations in late 2011. The DE loan would cover 80 percent of the project’s total capital cost and serve as a combined construction and long term loan according to a.
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