López Obrador indicated that the company will have the participation of the government of Sonora and the municipal authorities.
In the case of the airports, both will provide services for the transport of passengers and cargo. Meanwhile, the Port of Guaymas will be modernized and a liquefaction plant will be built to transport the gas to Asia.
“It is to bring the gas, the liquid gas is brought, that liquefaction plant is to freeze it, and frozen in ships it goes to Asia. That plant is an investment of 3,000 million dollars and that is going to provide a lot of employment”, said the president during the inauguration of a branch of the Banco de Bienestar in Cajeme.
The president affirmed in a subsequent event that the petrochemical industry in Mexico was abandoned when he began his administration. However, he warned that refinery production increased from 30% in 2018 to 65% today.
“Extracting oil and selling it as a raw material is relatively easy, but if the raw material is no longer sold, but is refined and gasoline, diesel and jet fuel are made in Mexico, then it already involves the oil industry, which had been in abandonment
“Mexico was one of the countries with the most petrochemical development in the world and they left the plants turned into scrap,” he said during a meeting with authorities from the Sierra de Sonora and Chihuahua.