States, municipalities and agencies owe 53,000 million pesos to CFE; Pemex owes 5,867 million pesos

States, municipalities and agencies owe 53,000 million pesos to CFE;
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States and municipalities of the country owe 46 thousand 189.8 million pesos to the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) due to the lack of payment of the energy service, to this are added the more than six thousand 818.5 million pesos that they owe Mexican Petroleum (Pemex) and other government agencies.

This means that the State company has more than 53 billion pesos pending collection, an amount that does not include energy theft or technical losses, this being a situation that directly affects its finances.

According to company data, to which Excelsior had access, among the government agencies that maintain debts with CFE are: Pemex, the National Water Commission, the Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS), the Ministry of Public Education (SEP), among others.


The company affirms that the entity with the largest debt is the State of Mexico, since it has not paid more than 26 thousand 463.7 million pesos, an amount that represents 57.2% of the total burden on the part of the state governments.

In the list of the ten municipalities with the highest debts, eight belong to the State of Mexico, while Guerrero and Durango have one each on this list.

Thus, as part of this burden, Ecatepec de Morelos stands out, since the unpaid energy consumption, at the end of September, already amounts to more than two billion pesos, this being the highest amount in the entire country for a municipality.

This is followed by Ixtapaluca, with 996.3 million pesos; Acapulco, with 774.6 million pesos; Chicoloapan, with 568.1 million pesos; GĂłmez Palacio, in Durango, and Texcoco, State of Mexico, have a burden of almost 500 million pesos.

Another that does not pay for the energy supply is Chiapas, as it owes CFE more than four thousand 253.9 million pesos, followed by Guerrero, with three thousand 262.9 million pesos; Mexico City, with two thousand 300 million pesos; Durango, with two thousand 268.4 million pesos, among others.

The CFE mentioned that collection efforts are being carried out in accordance with regulations, which contemplate the suspension of supply, meetings to establish agreements and sign agreements.

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According to data from CFE Basic Services Supplier (CFE SSB), there are at least 31 government entities, some of which have even changed their names, that maintain a high debt for the electrical energy supplied to them.

Pemex stands out on this list, since its burden at the end of September of this year already amounts to more than five thousand 867.1 million pesos, that is, 86 percent of the total amount that CFE has pending collection.

On the other hand, the National Water Commission has a debt of 366.7 million pesos, while the IMSS has a debt of 297 million pesos, the Secretariat of National Defense (Sedena) of 73.8 million pesos, the Ministry of Education Public (SEP) of 47.4 million pesos, the Federal Judiciary Council 43.4 million pesos, among others.

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