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Company Overview of Cobra Instalaciones Y Servicios, S.A.
Cobra Instalaciones Y Servicios, S.A. develops, builds, and operates industrial infrastructures for customers worldwide. It engages in the renewable energy sources and the environment business, such as solar power, wind power, small hydropower plants, water treatment plants, environmental liabilities, and other renewable energy sources; and industrial engineering and plants business, including oil and gas (upstream), oil and gas (midstream and downstream), power generation, and industry. The company also engages in the networking and grid infrastructure, installation, assembly, and service business, such as transmission lines and substations; electrical and mechanical installations, assembly...
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Founded in 1980
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Cobra Instalaciones Y Servicios, S.A. Key Developments
Cobra Instalaciones Y Servicios SA Wins $14.48 Million Federal Contract
Jan 10 16
Cobra Instalaciones Y Servicios SA won a $14,482,569.55 federal contract from the U.S. Naval Facilities Engineering Command for the construction of P-712 ship berthing power upgrades at the Naval Station in Rota, Spain.
CFE Wins 615MW Valle de México II Combined Cycle Contract
May 20 15
CFE has awarded the contract to build the 615MW Valle de México II combined cycle plant to a consortium comprising three firms. The plant, to be built in Acolman in central Mexico state, will be built by Spanish firms Cobra Instalaciones y Servicios and Initec Energia, and Mexican company Avanzia Instalaciones, and will include natural gas and steam-powered turbines supplied by Siemens. The contract includes the engineering, supply, testing and putting into operation of the plant and is worth $425 million. Construction work is estimated to take 30 months, with the plant due to start operations in December 2017.
Mott MacDonald Starts Construction on Kiyu Wind Farm in Uruguay being Developed by Cobra Instalaciones y Servicios
Mar 31 15
Mott MacDonald Limited has announced the start of construction on the $117.5 million Kiyu wind farm, located in the San Jose district of Uruguay. Mott MacDonald is monitoring construction of the plant, which is being developed by Cobra Instalaciones y Servicios, on behalf of Credit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank. The 49MW Kiyu wind farm will comprise 16 Vestas V112-3,075kW wind turbines capable of generating approximately 200GWhs of electricity annually - enough to power over 50,000 households. A 150kV transmission line will also be constructed as part of the scheme. Mott MacDonald will undertake quarterly site inspection visits and provide technical, environmental and social monitoring services. The consultancy will also review and certify the technical project completion in accordance with the construction contracts and financing agreement. The Kiyu wind farm is due to become operational by the end of 2015. Mott MacDonald will then provide operational monitoring services in an ongoing role.
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