Dic 23, 2014 - Santo Domingo.- The parent company of the U.S. based North Energy Central (NEC) on Wednesday announced approval by the US Department of Energy to export natural gas to countries with Free Trade agreements with the U.S.
May 10, 2013 - LAGUNA BEACH, CA and SANTO DOMINGO (Marketwired). - US-based North Energy Central (NEC), a subsidiary of Southern California Telephone & Energy (SCT&E), signed an MOU with the Dominican Republic State-owned Electric Utility (CDEEE) to install a 400 MW natural gas-fired power plant in Manzanillo, in the Northwest province of Monte Cristi.
North Energy Central, a Subsidiary of Southern California Telephone & Energy, Signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) With the Dominican Republic to Install a 400 Megawatt Power Plant -- Cost USD$800 Million With State-Owned Electric Utility, CDEEE
LAGUNA BEACH, CA and SANTO DOMINGO, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC--(Marketwired - May 10, 2013) - US-based North Energy Central (NEC), a subsidiary of Southern California Telephone & Energy (SCT&E), signed an MOU with the Dominican Republic State-owned Electric Utility (CDEEE) to install a 400 MW natural gas-fired power plant in Manzanillo, in the Northwest province of Monte Cristi.
Santo Domingo.-(May 9, 2013) The State-owned Electric Utility (CDEEE) on Wednesday signed a Memorandum (MOU) via which the U.S. based power company North Energy Central (NEC) will invest US$800 million to build a natural-gas fired power plant of 400 megawatts at Manzanillo, Monte Cristi (northwest).
May 5, 2013 Santo Domingo -. La Corporación Dominicana de Empresas Eléctricas Estatales (CDEEE) y la empresa norteamericana North Energy Central (NEC) ayer firmaron un acuerdo preliminar para instalar un planta de 400MW impulsada por gas natural, con una inversión de US$800 millones, en Manzanillo, Montecristi. El anuncio se produjo después de una reunión entre Rubén Jiménez Bichara, Vicepresidente Ejecutivo de la CDEEE, y el Presidente de NEC Greg Michaels, en las oficinas de la empresa estatal en Santo Domingo, acompañado por directivos de ambas entidades.
Santo Domingo.- March 20, 2013 DT on Wednesday learned that U.S. based power company North Energy Central (NEC) proposed to expand its original offer to install a natural gas-fired plant in Manzanillo, Montecristi province (northwest) by 100 megawatts, to a total of 400MW of clean energy based on U.S. leading edge technology.
Southern California Telephone & Energy (SCT&E) and North Energy Central (NEC) Sign a Joint Venture Agreement With Sandcastle Petroleum, LLC., to Market Worldwide "Crude Oil, Jet Fuel and Low Sulfur Diesel" Fuels
TEMECULA, CA--(Marketwire - Nov 30, 2012) - Southern California Telephone & Energy announced today they have signed an agreement with Sandcastle Petroleum, LLC., of Celebration, Florida. This J.V. agreement provides Sandcastle Petroleum rights to market products such as crude oil, jet fuel and low sulfur diesel. Sandcastle plans to aggressively pursue its worldwide network of international customers to sell its fuels at competitive market prices, with prompt and continuous deliveries. Sandcastle selected Southern California Telephone & Energy, who owns a controlling interest in North Energy Central, to partner with Sandcastle for its oil, gas and energy sales. NEC has built a solid reputation in the oil and gas energy industry.
Southern California Telephone and Energy (SCT&E) Acquires North Energy Central (NEC), Moving SCT&E Forward With Its Plans to Expand Electrical Generation in the United States and Abroad
LAGUNA BEACH, CA--(Marketwire - Sep 27, 2012) - Southern California Telephone & Energy, a privately held company, has completed the purchase of North Energy Central (NEC) www.northenergycentral.com from the famed Power Plant Designer and Builder Michael Medock for an undisclosed amount. NEC is incorporated in both the United States and the Dominican Republic. The deal centers on an electrical energy generation project in the Dominican Republic that Mr. Medock had been working on for over two years. The estimated cost of the project is over $650 million USD with annual gross revenues of over $450 million USD per year.
5 March 2012, MANZANILLO, Dominican Republic.- A group of investors on Friday announced the construction of a natural gas-fired power plant with a capacity to produce 300 megawatts, to be built next to the port near the town Pepillo Salcedo, northwestern Montecristi Province.
The company North Central Energy, SRL (NEC) said the liquefied natural gas-fired plant's first stage will cost US$167.0 million to build, and will participate mostly U.S. but also Dominican investors.
The announcement came in Pepillo Salcedo during the first public presentation of the project, whose site has already been traced in the municipality, next to the port, one of the Caribbean's deepest, naturally protected harbors.