Pemex and the affected by fuel illicit market
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By: Marcial Díaz Ibarra
Marcial Diaz Ibarra is a lawyer, consultant of the Energy Sector, with studies in Public Administration. Collaborated in the Legal Department of Pemex for over 10 years, being Legal Assistant at Pemex Refining, Pemex Gas and Basic Petrochemicals and Pemex Exploration and Production, serving in contentious and advisory matters, as an Advisor in the Commit- tees of Procurement under the New Regimen under Pemex Law and the DACS such as: Acquisitions, Public Work, CAAOS, Subcaaos and the Board of Directors. firstname.lastname@example.org
In the previous collaboration we describe the main pending areas that are affected by the problem of PEMEX Illicit Fuels
Market (IFM). They manage the Terminals of Storage and Distribution, which are distributed in various states of Mexico, with the main
Storage and Distribution Transport by Pipeline Commercial / Sales
Strategic Safeguarding and Safety
functions of RECEIPT, STORAGE and DIS- TRIBUTION of PEMEX MAGNA and PEMEX
PREMIUM Gasoline and PEMEX diesel, and in the particular case of terminals that are attached to refineries, they addi- tionally perform operations with other products such as COPE, Black Smoke, Sulfur, Jet Fuel, etc.
The products obtained in the 6 refineries in the country to meet the demand of its area of influence, and sometimes, some of them are exported according to the trade pacts that Pemex done abroad.
Refining of crude oil for the production of Certified Products:
PEMEX MAGNA, PEMEX DIESEL, PEMEX PREMIUM, jet fuel, FUEL OIL, BITUMEN, SULPHUR, PROPYLENE, NAFTA GAS, LP GASL, MARINE DIESEL, PET COKE and SULFUR.
1,200,000 bl / day processed
*** a barrel equals 42 gallons or about 159 liters.
Transport by Pipeline
Has the administration of the Pipeline Sector, which is where the product extracted and refined moves.
Commercial / Sales
It is responsible for carrying out contract administration and operation of service stations of Pemex members franchise as well as the distributors of the industry who attend the fuel market in the country.
Coordinates the logistics and ground transportation by truck tanker of petro- leum products, and the storage and distribution terminals, that supplies to refineries, the supply pro- grams, as well as the atten- tion of extraordinary move- ments requested by cus- tomers.
They are dedicated to con- ception, planning and execution of operations against illegal activities affecting Petróleos Mexica- nos and its subsidiary enti- ties.
In the case of MIC has within its jurisdiction the rights of way, where the pipelines are located, to which perform random patrols to deter illegal installation artifacts.
They are adjuvants with the Authority in the event that an incident is present in the IFM, as are the legal representa- tives of PEMEX and its subsidiary entities, so this area it is responisble for the allegations and manages within the organization, so that they can integrate the investigations prior consignment to a criminal court.
How operates in the region
- The refineries process crude they receive and send the finished
- Pipeline tansportation delivers and receives the
- Storage, receives, stores, and ships within the area of influence of its Storage and Distribution Terminals (TARS)
- Land Transport receives and loads of self serving individuals and transfer of finished products between terminals
- Commercial / Sales attends delivery schedules for the timely supply of gasoline and diesel in the area of influence with equipment owned by the agency (Local Distribution) and