December 2014

Special Report: Plant Design, Engineering and Construction

Mexico’s major grassroots effort: Ethylene XXI project

The federal government, through Pemex Gas and Petroquímica Básica, using the law that regulates Mexican oil, decided to promote private investment to build a new major petrochemical complex called Ethylene XXI.

Nogarin, M., Contributing Writer

One of Mexico’s main goals is to efficiently develop its energy sector. This nation has put into place the National Development Plan 2007–2012, which is focused on strengthening the exploration and production of crude oil and natural gas; modernizing and expanding refining capacity; increasing storage capacity, supply and transportation of energy products; and building a series of processing plants for natural gas and its derivatives. The federal government, through Pemex Gas and Petroquímica Básica, using the law that regulates Mexican oil, decided to promote private investment to build a new major petrochemical complex called Ethylene XXI. The investment required to bu

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