PRNewswire - Tri-Tech Holding Inc. announced that its subsidiary, Tri-Tech Infrastructure, was awarded a contract to provide equipment for a Mexican steel plant in Monterrey. The contract is valued at $3.63 million.
DredgingToday.com - Environmental harm caused by the construction of the second phase of the Specialized Container Terminal at the port of Manzanillo will be reduced by dredging of the canals and creating islands in the lagoon of the Valley of the Herons.
Reuters - Dozens of families cleared rubble from their destroyed homes in southwestern Mexico on Wednesday following a major 7.4-magnitude earthquake that caused landslides, knocked down school walls and cracked a church tower.
The Economic Times - President Felipe Calderon said Mexico has begun inviting bids for the Northwest Gas Pipeline, a $3.5 billion conduit that will stretch for more than 2,000 km from the border with the US to the western city of Mazatlan.
Latin American Herald Tribune - Contracts have been signed with Boeing Satellite Systems International and Space Exploration Technologies, or SpaceX, for the construction, launch and insertion into orbit of the $350 million Satmex 7 satellite.
Sentido Comun - The Ministry of Economy and the government of Baja California Tijuana opened the BIT Center, one of 33 high-tech centers to help small and medium enterprises engaged in the design and development of information technology.
Reuters - Danish wind turbine maker Vestas has won an order in Mexico for turbines with a total capacity of 396 megawatts (MW), which will be installed at the biggest wind power project in Latin America, the company said on Monday.
Sentido Comun - Mexico plans to auction contracts for small plants to sell clean energy generating 4,000 megawatts of electricity to the CFE. Developers can invest up to $8 million in plants and compete to offer lower electricity rates.
Reuters - A lack of agreement between media company MVS and the Mexican government over how to unlock a private broadband project is threatening to shelve the plan for several more years as growing court appeals cloud the case.
Latin American Herald Tribune – The Mexican government announced an investment for the year 2012 of 3.15 billion pesos (almost $250 million) in insurance against climatic disasters. The figure “triples” the amount invested last year.