Coahuila invests in infrastructure to attract energy companies

Category: News
Published: 2015-10-21

The lack of infrastructure in Coahuila is stopping this Mexican state to attract energy companies; therefore, the State Government is promoting public works in several communities, including Ciudad Acuña. Rogelio Ramos Oranday, commissioner for the Mining – oil cluster in Coahuila for the State Government, said several projects are underway and most of the resources will come from the Mining Fund.

This cluster wants to invest the US$1 million fund in 5 projects, which includes a parallel rail line nearby the Rio Grande, a vehicular bypass in Acuña and widening of the Piedras Negras – Nuevo Laredo highway. These projects might be built soon.

Source: Vanguardia