Importance of social development in organizations

Today, business objectives go beyond generating profits for shareholders and the organization itself, since the role of companies has evolved and taken on a more active role in society.

In this sense, companies, in addition to being an economic cell, are a social cell as they are part of communities and are made up of people and for people. For this reason, they cannot remain alien to the localities in which they are located, but must exercise a commitment and responsibility to the citizens and the environment they are going to impact with their management.

In addition, the benefits of active involvement with society are diverse. In the case of companies: they develop their competitive advantage, establish good government relations and build customer loyalty. In the case of the communities, it is important to highlight the generation of jobs, job training, infrastructure maintenance, and above all, an enriching cultural exchange between both parties.

In other words, working in a different territory provides new experiences and knowledge that nurture personal training, as well as the development of empathy based on the acceptance of behavior patterns of other cultures; elimination of prejudices and increased tolerance to new environments; and, of course, mastery of foreign languages and interpretation of different communication codes.

According to the web portals ComunicarSe and ObservatorioRH, some companies that stand out for applying cultural exchange management are the following:

  • DHL Express, present in 220 countries and territories, has employees of 13 different nationalities with the aim of continuing to promote among them the importance of respect, difference, and mutual understanding.
  • The consulting firm Accenture has a diverse board of directors in terms of geographic and gender representation, with people from six countries on four continents and four women.
  • The well-known textile brand, GAP, promotes business resource groups to provide opportunities for cross-cultural learning, relationship building, development events, networking, and volunteering.

In short, by finding ourselves in a different cultural space, new perspectives generate professional and interpersonal relationships based on respect, creating synergies to address common problems. Therefore, at Nakasawa Resources we play an active role in India, thanks to our employees, who expand their comfort zone, developing values such as tolerance and global thinking through cultural exchange.

We keep on achieving success for our clients!

We concluded the first injection phase of the Baghewala field project.  

We continue to work hard and evenly to accompany and lead the success of our customers. On this occasion, we celebrate the completion of the steam injection cycle in the first well of the Baghewala field in Rajasthan; where our operations have been running since April 2022 in the Cyclic Steam Stimulation Operation (CSS) project for Oil India Limited, the second-largest national oil and gas company in India.

Currently, Super Matroid technology is accompanying the project to boost the growth and performance of the Baghewala oilfield, where our team is preparing for the demobilization process and transfer to the second well after 17 days of injection in the BGW-17 well (Baghewala oilfield).

This innovative Nakasawa system optimizes oil recovery throughout the extraction process, thanks to a fully automated process to inject 60 million tons of high-pressure steam into existing wells. It also reduces the environmental impact of conventional OTSGs by closely controlling flue gas emissions.

A key aspect to the success of our operations is that Super Matroid systems are fully portable and compliant with ground transportation regulations, allowing for complete and easy mobilization across equidistant injection points within an oil field and urban roads.

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Hart Energy | Machine Learning and Oil and Gas: A Surprisingly Powerful Combination

Machine Learning has offered novel ways to increase automation, efficiency, and productivity in many sectors – including the oil and gas industry. Its ability to find patterns in huge volumes of data has made machine learning into a highly effective tool, thanks to the amount of information and complexity of the systems involved in the oil and gas industry.

Machine Learning in action

There are many areas that machine learning has been helping the oil and gas business with, including:

  • Enhanced oil recovery (EOR): Machine learning can select optimal values for EOR systems, from water injection rates to steam temperature and more. By carefully changing these factors in real time, it can maximize recovery efforts.
  • Predictive maintenance: By carefully monitoring huge quantities of real-time data on all the connected machinery, machine learning can predict when a part or machine will need maintenance to address problems before they slow or stop production. This improves process efficiency and reduces non-productive times.
  • Geoscience analysis: Machine learning can greatly aid in interpreting all the complex factors involved in underground operations. Tasks that once took geologists hours to accomplish can now be done in mere minutes.
  • Drilling: Machine learning could be a key tool to face problems such as loss of circulation, stuck pipe incidents, excessive torque and drag, low ROP, bit wear, formation damage and borehole instability. The use of workflows and data analytics improves the conventional practices, and minimizes tool failure, and saves money in replacement costs and maintenance. 
  • Incident reporting: On the safety side, machine learning can categorize and track trends in incident reports to speed the process and aid human workers in determining the next steps.

How one company benefited from Machine Learning

In 2019, BP made the jump to machine learning with Azure in an attempt to maximize and estimate its recovery factor (the total amount of oil that can be recovered economically). Entrusting this calculation to machine learning has removed any human bias from the process – something recovery factor analysis has historically been subject to.

Now, rather than having a team go over more than 200 reservoir factors to determine how they all interact and ultimately impact recovery, BP can simply use its machine learning software – saving them time and money.

An improved industry

It goes beyond BP. Shell, Exxon Mobil, TotalEnergies, and many other major oil and gas sector players have all turned machine learning into a valuable asset in their toolboxes. They know that in an increasingly challenging industry environment, companies must embrace the latest innovations and technologies to stay competitive – as must we all.

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Energy Capital | Down to the Last Drop: Innovations in Thermal Enhanced Oil Recovery (TEOR)

Our world has, in some senses, growing smaller. There are fewer and fewer unexplored corners or new oil fields, and the world’s energy needs are only rising. This makes it increasingly important for companies to extend the lives of their existing reservoirs, extracting every possible drop from each oil field to extract the billions of barrels of already discovered oil that has been impossible to reach – until now.

Thermal Enhanced Oil Recovery (TEOR): an opportunity

Traditionally, companies have relied upon primary and secondary extraction to recover oil from wells. Still, according to U.S. Department of Energy studies, this leaves half to three-quarters of the total oil reserve behind. Given this low level of efficiency, companies have turned to enhanced oil recovery (EOR) in recent years.

Unlike the primary and secondary methods, which simply displace oil to the surface or extract what’s already there, EOR relies upon changing the oil’s properties to facilitate significant extraction. There are multiple methods for accomplishing this, generally falling into three main categories: thermal recovery, gas injection, and chemical injection, though there are less common microbial and novel options as well.

Thermal EOR (TEOR) is the primary EOR process for heavy oil extraction and one of the most common in the United States, accounting for over 40% of its EOR production. [1] It seeks to reduce oil viscosity to allow easier flow to the surface by introducing heat on the reservoir level, most commonly by introducing steam.

However, it is not without its challenges. For instance, this process has historically required a relatively large surface footprint, demanded a great deal of water, and resulted in carbon dioxide emissions from the steam generation process – as well as significant capital investments. Its relative newness and high costs meant many companies did not want to use these solutions. But some of this is beginning to change.

TEOR has undergone a transformation, and this process of innovation and improvement is something I am passionate about. Therefore, I believe that reducing startup costs, run time, and feedwater usage are essential to ensuring we maximize recovery in every oil field. Also, limiting the environmental impact of extraction throughout the process.

TEOR Solutions to enhance cost efficiency and environmental impact

Indeed, the name of the game is “efficiency.” The less room a solution requires, the less water it needs. Similarly, the less time it needs to run, the better it will be for total costs and environmental impact. This has been the challenge Nakasawa Resources took on with some of its latest innovations, the Super Matroid Heater and Super Matroid Cyclone. For instance, they seek to turn TEOR into a mobile, cost-efficient, high-efficiency solution.

To that end, it provides a steam quality of at least 95%; uses 12% less feedwater and fuel gas; and increases oil production by over 15% compared to conventional OTSG techniques. In fact, all while saving up to 25% in operational costs and streamlining the entire process.

Though it may not sound imperative, steam is at the core of many TEOR solutions. So, any improvements in its usage cascade throughout the project. Higher quality steam can result in significant improvements to crude oil production and substantial reductions in feedwater usage. Modern solutions even avoid generating waste or effluents that could damage the local environment. Particularly, where steam injection operations are performed and reduce greenhouse gasses’ concentration.

Efficiency, optimization, and environmental focus are all critical for ensuring the energy industry can meet the growing global energy demands. All of this, while retaining its social license to operate. It is no longer enough to rely on primary and secondary extraction or dismiss environmental concerns. Today’s energy industry needs to be as efficient and green as possible. Thus, that is what the latest TEOR solutions can help companies do. In brief, it is time for us to stop compromising. Also, to make the most of the oil fields we have, down to the last drop.

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Energy Capital | Enhanced oil recovery and new international business opportunities

In an interview with Energy Capital, Jose Wilfredo Molina president and founder of Nakasawa Resources talks with us about the company’s Enhanced Thermal Oil Recovery (EOR) solutions; the new Super Matroid Heater, and the Super Matroid Cyclone. Besides, Mr. Molina shares with us the benefits of Nakasawa’s recent partnership with ENERPROGROUP to develop more international business opportunities.

Energy Capital – Could you tell us about Nakasawa Resources’ Enhanced Thermal Oil Recovery (EOR) process?

JOSE WILFREDO MOLINA – Nakasawa Resources has designed a solution that increases efficiency and lowers operating costs by using steam injection. Nakasawa’s latest thermal enhanced oil recovery (TEOR) innovations, the Super Matroid Heater (SMH) and Super Matroid Cyclone (SMC); allow for increased heat transfer to the reservoir and greater thermal efficiency by improving surface- and reservoir-level steam quality to increase reservoir productivity. This innovative oil recovery technique ensures increased profit from produced oil. In fact, while using less feedwater, resulting in higher overall value projections.

The SMH and SMC involve controlled condensate separation and remixing with a sprinkler mixer; using automated processes and tools like automatic control valves to obtain steam with a quality of at least 95%. This means there is no loss of condensate, and the total mass goes to the system outlet and injection point.

These systems can operate with feedwater with high total dissolved solids (TDS up to 10,000 ppm) without losing water condensate or thermal energy in the saturated condensate. It will continue to produce steam with a quality of at least 95%; making steam injection with the SMH and SMC an efficient and very profitable EOR process.

Both the SMH and SMC can operate in Cyclic Steam Stimulation (CSS) projects; where they increase the recovery factor of heavy crude oil reservoirs by delivering high-quality steam to the bottom of the wells. Both solutions can also work in Continuous Steam Injection (CSI) projects, such as multiple or single array CSI and SW-SAGD/SAGD; HASD.

EC – How is this process different from other upstream technologies used in the sector?

JWM – Developed in line with its quest to reduce carbon emissions by increasing production, Nakasawa Resources has developed the cutting-edge steam generation technology, the Super Matroid Heater (SMH) and Super Matroid Cyclone (SMC), to offer the following unique benefits: Steam with quality at or above 95%about 12% less water consumption, over fifteen percent increase in oil production compared to conventional OTSG techniques; and up to 25% savings in operational costs

Additionally, the SMH and SMC systems are completely portable, complying with land transportation regulations. This allows them to easily move between equidistant injection points within an oil field or over urban roads.

One key differentiator in the implementation of SMH technology is the service that the company offersNakasawa Resources ensures its client success by building a technical alliance that starts with project strategic design. Also, it continues through its implementation, maintenance, and monitoring. Furthermore, Nakasawa always adapts to clients’ financial needs. For instance, working to help them access the SMH technology that can further their TEOR project development.

Moreover, through its Global Steam Injection Center, Nakasawa Resources provides full EOR project implementation services. For instance, including the human resources and consumables needed to ensure successful EOR. In fact, in both new and mature heavy oil wells.

EC – In this regard, could you tell us about the Super Matroid Heater and the Super Matroid Cyclone?

JWM – Nakasawa Resources has two TEOR solutions available, designed to fit differing client needs.

  • The Super Matroid Heater is a complete system, dedicated to generating and injecting high-quality steam into oil wells. Its advanced technology encourages additional oil production, reduces costs, and decreases operating time through a more sustainable, and thus a more profitable, process.
  • The Super Matroid Cyclone is available for customers who already have a conventional once-through steam generator (OTSG) but are looking to boost their productivity. The technology implemented in the SMC can be adapted to any conventional OTSG and will guarantee the same results as the SMH.

Both technologies dedicate to generating and injecting high-quality steam into oil wells. Therefore, this encourages additional oil production, reduces costs, and decreases operating time, resulting in a more sustainable and profitable process.

EC – How is this technology helping Nakasawa Resources advance its environmental and sustainability goals?

JWM – Indeed, Nakasawa’s Super Matroid technology aligns with our vision of a sustainable future. With the SMH, we seek to reduce environmental impacts while optimizing oil production. Besides, this system helps contain the negative impact of conventional OTSGs through strict combustion gas emissions controls, reducing their concentration. Unlike a conventional stream separator, which is installed at the steam discharge line’s outlet, there is no loss of condensate or thermal energy with Super Matroid technology. This uses up to 12% less feedwater and combustible gas, thus enhancing sustainability.

This excellent advantage and environmental contribution not only guarantees operational savings; but also reductions in combustible gas and treated water supplies. In addition, the innovative SMH and SMC systems do not generate waste. Also, effluents could damage the environment near the steam injection operations. Lastly, optimizing oil recovery extends reservoir life cycles; minimizes environmental impact, and ensures a more profitable project in a socially responsible way.

EC – In what ways the recent partnership with ENERPROGROUP will help Nakasawa develop international business opportunities?

JWM – The two-year partnership will allow Nakasawa Resources to enhance its offerings in integrated technical services. Also, its EOR project portfolios in all the markets where ENERPROGROUP operates, specifically Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei, and Uzbekistan. In fact, the official agreement grants ENERPROGROUP the right to act as Nakasawa Resources’ exclusive agent in these four countries.

This collaboration will also help continue driving awareness of Nakasawa’s Global Steam Injection Center, allowing companies worldwide to benefit from our wide range of services and products. This includes offerings such as reservoir analysis, variable monitoring, and control; SMH installation; and oil production optimization, as well as many others.

EC – What areas will this partnership comprehend?

JWM – The alliance between the two companies represents a step toward significant technological advances in the industry, specifically in TEOR. Therefore, it will allow both companies to enhance their offerings in integrated technical services and EOR project portfolios.

The partnership will focus primarily on offering oil companies high-quality EOR technology that will make their processes more efficient and profitable by extending the life of mature oil reservoirs and recovering already discovered resources that were previously out of reach.

Accordingly, the two companies will collaborate on integrated projects in existing ENERPROGROUP territories, offering Nakasawa Resources services such as:

  • Drilling and completion
  • Surface facilities
  • Steam injection services
  • Operations, surveillance, and maintenance

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Nakasawa y EnerproGroup se alían en pro del sector TEOR en Oil & Gas

Nakasawa Resources anunció una alianza de dos años con EnerproGroup para la expansión de sus productos y servicios en Asia

La empresa global de upstream Nakasawa Resources estableció una alianza estratégica con EnerproGroup, compañía del sector de la recuperación mejorada de petróleo (EOR); para fortalecer su gama de servicios técnicos y cartera de proyectos en Asia. El convenio será de dos años y abarcará los mercados de Brunéi, Uzbekistán, Indonesia y Malasia; de acuerdo a un comunicado emitido por Nakasawa.

Esta asociación faculta a EnerproGroup para accionar como agente exclusivo de su contraparte en la alianza; con lo que se abrirán nuevas ventanas de promoción y desarrollo en torno a la recuperación térmica mejorada de petróleo (TEOR) vía el amplio espectro de productos y servicios de Nakasawa Resources.

En palabras de, Wilfredo Molina, presidente y fundador de Nakasawa Resources, la presente colaboración con EnerproGroup les permitirá expandir la figura del Centro Global de Inyección de Vapor. Con ello, su oferta de servicios alcanzará a más empresas; análisis de yacimientos, monitoreo y control de las variables del yacimiento; y la optimización de la producción de petróleo.

Estamos seguros de que los servicios y la experiencia de EnerproGroup en materia de EOR a través de la inyección de químicos y nuestros desarrollos tecnológicos únicos nos ayudarán a transformar la industria del petróleo y gas en los próximos años”, puntualizó Wilfredo Molina.

Tecnología especializada

Asimismo, la expansión de Nakasawa Resources iniciará una hoja e ruta para la adopción de nueva tecnología de inyección de vapor, como el Super Matroid Heater (SMH); su innovación EOR más reciente que posibilita mayores eficiencias térmicas, mejorando la calidad de vapor en superficie y a nivel de los yacimientos.

Super Matroid Heater, innovación de Nakasawa Resources.

Al respecto, el presidente de EnerproGroup, Frengky Chaniadi, también se pronunció:

La colaboración entre EnerproGroup y Nakasawa Resources, tiene la capacidad a nivel mundial de simplificar el proceso complejo de recuperación de la producción mediante TEOR; y de hacer que los yacimientos de petróleo pesado de nuestros clientes sean activos más rentables”.

En consecuencia, EnerproGroup ahora podrá ofrecer las tecnologías y servicios de Nakasawa, como el SMH. Además, ambas compañías participarán conjuntamente en proyectos integrados en los territorios donde EnerproGroup tiene operaciones, de la mano de los servicios de Nakasawa en perforación y completación; instalaciones de superficie, servicios de inyección de vapor,  operaciones, monitoreo y mantenimiento

Por su parte, el COO de EnerproGroup, Rizvi Shihab, externó lo siguiente:

Esta nueva asociación de tecnología TEOR innovadora, que incluye el uso del SMH, brindará beneficios de valor agregado a nuestros clientes y operadores de petróleo pesado en todo el mundo

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Our role on the energy transition road in 2021

The world energy system is currently transforming to reduce fossil fuel dependence, boost efficiency, and open the way to renewable energies. As stated by Wood Mackenzie’s senior research director, Rory McCarthy, there are five relevant trends to follow in European energy markets in 2021.

  • Laying the foundations to implement the EU Green Pact
  • A record year for renewable energy auctions
  • The comeback of energy demand
  • The supply balance is starting to narrow
  • Energy markets become more integrated

However, all these trends that promote the path towards energy transition require us to do our part in addressing that process. It is a job for everyone and by everyone.

So, I start by emphasizing the critical role of energy companies. The industry has the dual challenge of investing in research and innovation to develop new, more sustainable, and environmentally responsible forms of energy while also meeting consumers’ needs.

On several occasions, I have reflected on what I believe the energy mix for the world should be in the short and medium-term. In this sense, reality shows that we need to evolve towards a renewable energy model, but it is also true that non-renewable energies such as oil continue to occupy a large part of the supply request. At this point, the role and commitment of companies like Nakasawa Resources are trying to cover those needs from an ethical and responsible vision, optimizing processes to bring them closer to a “greener” way of operating.

Furthermore, institutions need to assume a full commitment to encourage measures and policies that promote this transition, as well as to allow market participants to focus on taking the initial but substantial steps towards the net-zero objectives. For example, we can mention the European Council, which has endorsed a regionally binding 55% emissions reduction target for 2030. This is an important step that emphasizes the priorities of the Green Pact by committing to the immediate path to net zero emissions by 2050.

It is also relevant to highlight the importance of the business community to commit to acquiring or setting targets to achieve 100% renewable energy within their production chains. Companies play a catalytic role in the unfolding of renewable energies by adopting them within their models as strategic priorities, thus showing leadership and commitment.

For example, in Spain, we have the Siemens-Gamesa case, which has committed to increasing the share of renewable energies in the energy mix to 32% by 2030, with room for an upward revision in 2023.

And finally, for the energy transition to become a reality, it is vital that all of this leads to a change in consumer behavior. Their commitment will be critical to address the energy transition successfully.

As we have seen, we all have a fundamental role in this whole process. Industries must research and develop new energy alternatives, and institutions must encourage and promote their implementation through policies executed by both companies and citizens so that we all behave more responsibly towards the environment.

The Environmental Sustainability of the Oil Industry

It is no secret that environmental pollution goes hand in hand with the oil industry. The industry’s impact on the environment is extensive and expansive and has significant global repercussions that could even be irreversible.

Nevertheless, despite all the environmental impacts resulting from oil production around the world, the truth is that this resource still provides about 40% of the global energy, with many countries completely dependent on oil to meet their energy needs. It is precisely because of this dependence that we are seeing a progressive energy transition, where there is a development of new models of renewable energy and there are also advances in optimizing traditional energy processes.

This process is slow but necessary. There is no doubt that progress towards environmental sustainability in the oil industry is increasingly pivotal, but change must be addressed by ensuring the availability of energy supply.

Meanwhile, the need for more sustainable and environmentally friendly processes throughout the oil value chain has become a determining factor in the long-term viability of the industry.

Oil companies looking to survive the changes carried by the future of the energy sector are already adopting and working with greener business models. And without a doubt, technological innovation is our great ally in designing processes that allow us to maximize the production of cleaner oil, reduce costs, and minimize the impact on the environment.

Scenarios for global oil sector post Covid-19

Over the last decade, the oil industry has been known for its volatility and uncertainty, and its share in the global economy has fluctuated. For example, between 2010 and 2013, 10% of the market capitalization by companies listed in the world stock market was accounted by the oil industry. However,  this figure dropped to 6% by 2018.

In addition to market share, in the past five years, the energy industry has also been affected by enormous volatility in prices, with prices getting lower and lower.

Finally, this year we must add the Covid-19 pandemic to the context analysis, which has caused worldwide governments to stall economic activity and restrict mobility freedom to billions of people, affecting energy consumption and, consequently, oil demand.

This scenario makes it very difficult for any company in the oil industry to carry out its activity and maintain its economic performance levels. That is why all industry actors are trying to adapt to the new reality by implementing different measures, but what are the prospects for doing so? What is the long-term future of the industry? Wood Mackenzie has looked into these questions and published a report that presents three potential scenarios.

The first is the ‘full recovery’ scenario where Wood Mackenzie contemplates a strong rebound in the world economy, with the global GDP level recovering without any long-term effects from the pandemic.

The second and the third scenario are more conservative regarding the pandemic impact on the economy and the recovery of the energy sector.

The report labels the second scenario ‘Go it alone’ and includes a reversal of globalization, with an economic slowdown and reduced growth. In this scenario, 2023 expected oil demand would not be reached until 2030.

Last, it presents a third scenario, called ‘greener growth,’ which relies on an ‘accelerated energy transition’ and where programs such as the European Green Deal and the Green New Deal in the US reduce the increase in oil use. In this scenario, oil demand would stabilize in the 2020s before falling sharply in the 2030s.

Which scenario is the right one? I do not have the answer, but the pandemic will leave consequences both in markets’ and consumers’ minds. We can only wait to witness it and then rethink our products, services, and business models to continue to serve our customers with quality and innovation, prepared for any context.

Índice Político | Petroleras se beneficiarán con la alianza Nakasawa Resources y ENERPROGROUP

En enero el superávit fue de 603 millones de dólares

México va bien por lo que hace a la producción de alimentos, sus exportaciones e importaciones. Ayer, la Secretaría de Agricultura y Desarrollo Rural, nos informó que el saldo de la balanza comercial de productos agroalimentarios (agropecuarios y agroindustriales) del país registró en enero de 2021 un superávit de 603 millones de dólares. Detalló que en el primer mes del año, con base en estadísticas del Banco de México, las ventas agroalimentarias generaron ingresos al país por tres mil 161 millones de dólares, mientras que las importaciones ascendieron a dos mil 558 millones de dólares.

Así, el comercio total agroalimentario del país con sus socios comerciales (exportaciones e importaciones) alcanzó los cinco mil 719 millones de dólares en enero pasado, de los que cuales el 55.27 por ciento corresponde a las ventas realizadas por el país, resaltó la dependencia federal. En el caso de las exportaciones agropecuarias, a pesar de que mostraron un descenso de 12.1 por ciento, se reportó un superávit de 345 millones de dólares, al ser superiores a las importaciones registradas en este periodo y obtener ventas por mil 576 millones de dólares. En cuanto a los productos agroindustriales, en enero pasado las exportaciones alcanzaron los mil 585 millones de dólares, lo que significó un crecimiento a tasa anual de 9.82 por ciento en enero pasado, con una balanza superavitaria en 258 millones de dólares. En términos de valor, los productos agroalimentarios con mayor demanda en los mercados mundiales en enero pasado fueron la cerveza, con 388 millones de dólares; tomate, 315 millones de dólares; aguacate, 244 millones de dólares; tequila y mezcal, 188 millones de dólares, y pimiento, 172 millones de dólares.

Una de las obras de ingeniería tradicionalmente pospuesta por los diferentes gobiernos, no obstante su importancia para la movilidad de trabajadores y el flujo de mercancías, ha sido la interconexión de la Calzada Ignacio Zaragoza con la autopista Peñón Texcoco. Todo indica que por fin, con el arribo de Andrés Manuel López Obrador se destrabará este viejo proyecto, y nos dicen que será el grupo INDI el encargado de construir esa importante vía de unos 6.8 kilómetros. El grupo de Manuel Muñozcano tiene todo para triunfar: expertos en ingeniería, especialistas de cementación profunda (en algunos tramos la obra tendrá que ser elevada), experiencia en otras muchas obras públicas en México y a nivel internacional, en fin, y sobre todo en precio. Por supuesto, la obra mencionada deberá estar lista para que la inaugure el propio AMLO.

Total impulso a la industria aeroespacial en Chihuahua.

La Confederación de Cámaras Industriales de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos (CONCAMIN) inauguró el Centro de Innovación Industrial en Diseño y Manufactura Digital para la industria aeroespacial en Chihuahua, en conjunto con el Instituto Tecnológico de Chihuahua II, la Secretaría de Economía y la Federación Mexicana de la Industria Aeroespacial (FEMIA). Esta industria en Chihuahua cuenta con más de 45 empresas, mismas que generan más de 17 mil empleos y un total de mil millones de dólares en inversión extranjera y local. Las exportaciones ascendieron a más de 1,500 millones de dólares anuales; las aeropartes se integran en 12 fabricantes y 60 aerolíneas a nivel mundial contando con certificaciones internacionales. Francisco Cervantes Díaz, Presidente de la CONCAMIN, aseguró que los Centros de Innovación forjarán las bases para que México deje de ser un país maquilador y agregue valor a sus exportaciones y al mismo tiempo se puedan superar los retos de las nuevas tecnologías y actividades industriales que se vea reflejado en un mayor apoyo a las pequeñas y medianas empresas para lograr eslabonarse con las cadenas globales de proveeduría.

Intensa labor para vencer el coronavirus desarrolla ArcelorMittal.

A un año de haber iniciado la contingencia por la declaratoria de la pandemia en México, ArcelorMittal ha centrado sus esfuerzos en desarrollar y aplicar protocolos sanitarios para prevenir posibles contagios al interior de la planta, aplicando las mejores prácticas internacionales y cumpliendo todas las exigencias establecidas por las autoridades correspondientes, garantizando con ello, la operación de la empresa al ser declarada industria esencial por el gobierno federal. La lucha sanitaria frente al virus SARS-CoV-2 ha ido más allá de mantener la salud al interior de la empresa, también se han llevado acciones de apoyo a las autoridades sanitarias del municipio y a la comunidad, por ejemplo, se confeccionaron 12,000 cubrebocas lavables entregados al público en general atendiendo la primicia del uso obligatorio del cubrebocas, se establecieron dos puntos de sanitización con el objetivo de desinfectar las más de 400 unidades del transporte público, llevando a la fecha un acumulado de más de 85 mil servicios, además de más de 4,000 servicios brindados a vehículos particulares que lo han solicitado. Se han atendido las necesidades críticas personal de salud que está en la primera línea de atención a pacientes con COVID-19, donando a la fecha más de 40 mil artículos sanitarios al Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social Delegación Lázaro Cárdenas, Hospital General de Lázaro Cárdenas, a la Jurisdicción Sanitaria No. 8 y al Instituto de Seguridad y Servicios Sociales de los Trabajadores del Estado, así como el despliegue de campañas públicas de prevención sanitaria.

Petroleras se beneficiarán con la alianza Nakasawa Resources y ENERPROGROUP.

Nakasawa Resources, compañía de tecnología upstream para el desarrollo de la producción global de petróleo y gas, anunció su alianza con ENERPROGROUP, una empresa respetada en la industria de la recuperación mejorada de petróleo (EOR) y líder en la comercialización de tecnologías patentadas de EOR basadas en productos químicos e hidrocarburos. La colaboración de dos años, que es la primera de este tipo para ambas empresas, les permitirá mejorar su oferta de servicios técnicos integrados y portafolios de proyectos de EOR en Indonesia, Malasia, Brunei y Uzbekistán. El acuerdo oficial otorga a ENERPROGROUP el derecho a actuar como agente exclusivo de Nakasawa Resources en estos cuatro países. De esta forma, la empresa podrá promover y desarrollar oportunidades de negocio en el ámbito de la recuperación térmica mejorada de petróleo (TEOR) para las tecnologías, productos y servicios de Nakasawa. Al respecto, José Wilfredo Molina, Presidente y Fundador de Nakasawa Resources, nos dijo:“estamos seguros de que los servicios y la experiencia de ENERPROGROUP en materia de EOR a través de la inyección de químicos y nuestros desarrollos tecnológicos únicos nos ayudarán a transformar la industria del petróleo y gas en los próximos años”.

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