In the remainder of the year, ProInversión has a portfolio of projects for its allocation amounting to US $ 1,302.8 million, according to its executive board Alberto Ñecco. “We have in the portfolio for the remainder of this year several power transmission and broadband projects, as well as the natural gas massification project and the Wastewater Treatment System Project for the Lake Titicaca Basin (PTAR) Titicaca), “he said. In this regard, he informed that they plan to award electricity transmission line projects in the fourth quarter of this year, while the broadband project would be awarded in December 2018. While the project of natural gas massification in seven regions of the country would be awarded the third quarter of 2018 and the Titicaca WWTP for December of this year. Alberto Ñecco said that in the case of PTAR Titicaca it will depend on the results of the promotion process of this project, which expires on June 19. “If there are third parties interested in the project, we will launch a contest that should conclude between November and December 2018,” he added. According to information from ProInversión, if there were no third parties interested in the PTAR Titicaca, it will be awarded to the proponent of this project, which is the Aguas de Puno Consortium. This project will require an investment of US $ 304 million. The electric transmission lines will require an investment of US $ 289.8 million and will be Piura transmission lines of 500 Kv (US $ 132.1 million), Pariñas – Nuevo Tumbes of 220 Kv (47.3 million dollars), and Tingo María – Aguaytía of 220 Kv (US $ 20.4 million), he said. According to Proinversión, the group is adding to the project the repowering of the Carabayllo – Chimbote – Trujillo transmission line and the Trujillo sub – station compensator (US $ 90 million). ProInversión indicated that the broadband project covers the regions of Ancash, Arequipa, Huánuco, La Libertad, Pasco and San Martín, and involves an investment of US $ 359 million. Gas masification While the gas massification project in seven regions: Apurimac, Ayacucho, Huancavelica, Junin, Cusco, Puno and Ucayali, involves an investment of US $ 350 million, he said.