SEDENER Tamaulipas, CAMPETROL Sign Promotion Agreement
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SEDENER Tamaulipas, CAMPETROL Sign Promotion Agreement

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Perla Velasco By Perla Velasco | Journalist & Industry Analyst - Mon, 10/23/2023 - 13:57

The Ministry of Energy Development (SEDENER) of the state of Tamaulipas and the Colombian Chamber of Oil, Gas, and Energy (CAMPETROL) pen an agreement  to promote new energy and port infrastructure for the development of productive projects in the state.

The governor, Américo Villarreal Anaya; Nicolas Gómez, Director and Legal Representative, CAMPETROL; and Tamaulipas’ Minister of Energy José Ramón Silva, signed the agreement, which will directly benefit the energy sector, as stated by the state of Tamaulipas. 

Tamaulipas’ geographic and economic position has attracted the attention of companies looking to take advantage of the nearshoring boom coming to Mexico. The state has been very active in developing partnerships to develop its logistical and energy infrastructure to fully embrace the nearshoring demand. The state has also worked with CAMPETROL to create a space for promoting the state’s energy potential and its role in the national energy transition, as part of a strategy to form alliances and attract investment.

Among the recent efforts made by Tamaulipas, it signed a collaboration agreement with the Association of Customs Brokers of Nuevo Laredo and the Confederation of Customs Agents Associations (CAAAREM), aiming to create better conditions in the state's customs to boost the region’s economic development. 

ENGIE and Enel have already started exploring opportunities in the state, pushing Mexico’s clean energy commitments, while supporting industrial growth. ENGIE, shared the company’s prospects to continue investing in the state of Tamaulipas. Meanwhile, on Oct. 8, Enel's CEO, José Luis Navarro, and Rafael Burgos, CEO, Enel X México, presented a US$2.5 billion project to the governor of Tamaulipas, Américo Villarreal, reports BNAmericas. 

Tamaulipas is a strategic state in terms of trade with the US, ranking third nationally in cargo movement. Over 33% of Mexico's international trade passes through the state using a road network spanning 13,000km and 936km of railways. The state also boasts three seaports in Tampico, Altamira, and Matamoros


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