Aranda Discusses Modernizing Mexican Refineries

16 July 2018 La Razón News

Partner Daniel Aranda was quoted in Ángeles Aguilar’s column in La Razón on the modernization of existing refineries in Mexico, proposed by the newly elected government of Andrés Manuel López Obrador.

Because the construction of a "mega-refinery" or two smaller ones would take three years and an investment of more than 12 billion dollars, Aranda believes that the modernization of the six existing refineries would be more effective in order to reduce investment costs and time.

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