In Mazatlán there are companies that can use this resource, such as a plant that produces packaging in the south of the city, a plant that produces coffee, another that produces tuna, and there is a wide market, so it is necessary to continue with the management.
Mazatlán, Sinaloa .– There is still no date for the arrival of natural gas to southern Sinaloa, announced Alfredo Ruelas Solís, president of the Southern Regional Council of the Council for Economic Development of Sinaloa.
“I do not have a date, although it depends on our management, it also depends on the corresponding authorities, if it were for Codesin we would have already authorized the permits, but we are not the corresponding authority, however, we are subject to the studies being carried out so that we can authorize (the arrival) the company that is in charge of making the distribution, “he said.
Ruelas Solís presumed that in Mazatlan there are companies that can use this resource, such as a plant that produces packaging in the south of the city, a plant that produces coffee, another that produces tuna and there is a wide market, so it is necessary to continue with the management, “But speaking of a time, it would be very risky to be able to give a date for the arrival of the fuel” he reiterated.
“We want Mazatlán to soon have this benefit and also that of homes and as states are competitive and remain, continue to scale and compete with other states to achieve better well-being in our state, is what we are pursuing,” he insisted.
The state official said that in the north and center of the state there are several companies that are working with natural gas, although in Mazatlán some companies are using it, but they bring it compressed and here they decompress, however, the interesting thing is that the chemical through the tube.
“That will help us much better and more to the economy of companies and their productivity and at the same time to have a better level of competition with other states and that is what we intend through Codesin and serve as management to be able to cross the pipeline that they are there that are an impediment but that does not depend on Codesin, but on federal authorities ”, he said.
The CRE reported that 125 permits correspond to the commercialization of petroleum products and 14 to natural gas.
These permits were canceled to companies such as Shell México Gas Natural, Avant Energy, MGC México, Cirsadi Gasolineras, Oleum Chemicarum Consumens and SWC Transportes, among others.