Mayan Train
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After the publication of the EIA, the federal government open a consultation for society to asses Section 5 South’s viability.
Mayan Train
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A federal judge dictated a definitive suspension against construction of the Section 5 South of the Mayan Train.
Workers at the Mayan Train
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Due to the lack of environmental impact studies and high risk of irreparable damage, a local court suspended the Mayan Train’s works.
Tulum beach
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Along with sections 6 and 7 of the Mayan Train, the Mexican army began construction of the new Tulum airport.
Riviera Maya
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The court issued a definitive suspension against the environmental permits of the Mayan Train, halting works in sections 1, 2 and 3.
Gabriel Gomez
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Gabriel Gomez
Mexico Country Manager
Murphy Oil Corporation
https://www.linkedin.com/in/ggomez/
Murphy Oil Corporation’s Gabriel Gomez discusses the company’s subsalt prospect in Block 5 and how it plans to achieve success there.
President López Obrador and Governor Carlos Joaquín
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The president announced US$484 million in infrastructure projects in Tulum and Quintana Roo during his visit to supervise the Mayan Train.
Construction
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After reroute in Playa del Carmen, the government announced the expropriation of 198 properties in the Mayan Riviera.
Power knocked out for thousands in the Yucatan Peninsula
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CFE sends employees and supplies to the Yucatan peninsula in anticipation of Hurricane Grace.
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