Reuters - Mexican state oil giant Pemex said its distribution system had not been hit by last month's minor explosion at a gas facility, denying market talks that a major incident had led to a spike in liquefied petroleum gas prices.
WPC - In one of the biggest industrial real estate ventures in North American in decades, Calgary-based TransCanada Corp. plans to begin a series of natural gas pipeline projects in Mexico in early 2013. The estimated total cost is $1.4 billion.
IP&TV News - Totalmovie, part of Mexico’s Grupo Salinas, has revealed a new over-the-top (OTT) video service that combines linear channels, VOD, catch-up TV from the cloud and network PVR services to be launched worldwide soon.
Infosurhoy - Mexico’s federal government expects its eight, new federal prisons to be ready to house convicts serving time for narco-trafficking and crimes linked to organized crime by early 2013.
SlashGear - Google announced via @GoogleMexico on Twitter that Maps Navigation is now available for Android in Mexico. Users can grab the beta app via the Google Play Store. It is reported to be very accurate.
EFE - Spanish group Isolux Corsan and its Portuguese partner have inaugurated a highway in eastern Mexico that is part of the corridor linking the capital with the Gulf coast port of Veracruz, the consortium said.
LoveFM - Mexico has pledged to build the portion of the road that connects Belize to the new bridge connecting the two countries. Mexican President Felipe Calderon said that the bridge opening will boost economic opportunities.
Reuters - Mexico's telecommunications watchdog is unlikely to meet a Nov. 30 deadline to publish terms for the long-awaited auction of frequencies that could lead to the creation of up to two new TV networks, chief regulator Mony de Swaan said.
Imperial Valley Press - A historic water pact between the United States and Mexico was signed Tuesday, and absent from the proceedings was the entity with the largest allotment of the Colorado River’s water, the Imperial Irrigation District.
The Voice of Russia - The SuperJet International company and Mexico’s Interjet airline have signed an agreement on buying 20 Sukhoi Superjet 100 (SSJ-100) planes. Interjet also has an option to buy 10 more SSJ-100 planes. The deal exceeds $1 billion.