Mexico: Mitsubishi wins power contract

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries has received an order from Comision Federal de Electricidad (CFE), headquartered in Mexico City, for large-scale rehabilitation work on the No. 5 power-generation unit at the Tula Power Plant. The Tula Power Plant is located in Hidalgo state, 100km north of the capital and consists of five 300MW of oil-fired power-generation units, producing 1500MW in total. The plant plays a key role in supplying electricity to Mexico City, the country’s largest consumer of electric power. The No. 5 unit to be rehabilitated was constructed by MHI in 1982 based on a full-turnkey contract, including the turbine and boiler. The order is worth approximately 3 billion yen. Related installation work will have a target start-up date at the end of January 2006.

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