Mexico’s Pemex Losing 27,000 Barrels Of Gasoline & Diesel A Day Due To Theft By Criminal Gangs

That move by the government of Mexico to greatly reduce fuel subsidies was a necessity (more or less) owing to the rapidly declining rate of extraction at important state-owned oil fields, but it nonetheless proved to be the last straw for some in the country, who simply couldn’t afford to continue purchasing “needed” quantities of fuel, and thus probably had to deal with transportation problems and employment problems that accompany a lack of reliable transportation

Mexico’s Pemex Losing 27,000 Barrels Of Gasoline & Diesel A Day Due To Theft By Criminal Gangs was originally published on CleanTechnica.

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