Enestas, S.A. de C.V. (the “Grantee”) invites submissions of qualifications and proposal data (collectively referred to as the “Proposal”) from interested U.S. firms that are qualified on the basis of experience and capability to execute a feasibility study (the “Feasibility Study”) to build and operate micro-scale liquefied natural gas (“LNG”) plants in Mexico.
The Project aims to build four micro-scale (approximately 25,000 gallons per day) LNG plants throughout Mexico. Once the natural gas is converted to LNG at each of the micro-scale plants, the Grantee will truck the LNG to industrial and commercial customers in rural parts of Mexico that do not currently have access to natural gas and are disconnected from the grid.
About the Grantee
The Grantee is Enestas, S.A. de C.V., a Mexican private limited company based in Mexico City that imports and distributes LNG to customers in Mexico through a “virtual pipeline” of LNG transportation trucks.
About the Feasibility Study
The Feasibility Study will include site selection, engineering design, development of financial and economic plans, and the assessment of the environmental and development impacts of the Project. The engineering work will include preparation of plant process and engineering design.
The U.S. firm selected will be paid in U.S. dollars from a $806,266 grant to the Grantee from the U.S. Trade and Development Agency