The environmental superintendent of Brazilian-Paraguayan hydroelectric plant Itaipu, Ariel Scheffer da Silva, speaks to BNamericas about the company's projects.
The project, owned by local mining firm NX Uno de Peine, has been under evaluation since 2009.
Nuevo León and Jalisco states have applied to the country's energy regulator for permission to use ethanol to oxygenate gasoline and improve air quality.
The companies will develop a route to produce monoethylene glycol from sugar.
The Argentine energy company's profitability reflected the improved performance in its principal segments of power generation, electricity distribution, oil and gas, and refining, offset slightly by losses in petrochemicals and intersegment eliminations.
Astrid Martínez, from local economic and social research center Fedesarrollo, provides insight on the country's efforts to reach consensus over public engagement.