Within the framework of the Plan to Combat Hydrocarbon Theft, in the State of Mexico and Hidalgo, members of the National Guard (GN) located eight clandestine fuel outlets, they also secured a truck and containers with hydrocarbons of apparent illegal origin.
When carrying out prevention and security tours on dirt roads, vacant land and crop fields, staff from the institution located the irregular facilities connected to the following Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex) multi-pipelines:
Kilometer 258+300 of the Tuxpan-Azcapotzalco pipeline, in Otumba de Gómez Farías, 1 clandestine outlet
· Kilometer 094+000 of the Tula-Toluca pipeline, in San Francisco Soyanioquilpan, 1 clandestine intake
· Kilometer 277+474 of the Tuxpan-Azcapotzalco pipeline, in Texcoco, 1 intake and 1 vehicle with 3 containers
· Kilometer 257+448 of the Tuxpan-Azcapotzalco pipeline, in Otumba de Gómez Farías, 1 clandestine outlet
· Kilometer 277+474 of the Otumba-Venta de Carpio pipeline, in Texcoco,
1 clandestine take
· Kilometer 298+134 of the Tuxpan-Tula pipeline, in Tlahuelilpan, 1 clandestine intake, 1 hose of approximately 500 meters
· Kilometer 005+200 of the Tula-Azcapotzalco pipeline, in Atotonilco de Tula, 1 clandestine intake
· Kilometer 304+800 of the Tuxpan-Tula pipeline, in Atitalaquia, 1 clandestine intake
In all cases, Pemex specialists were notified to proceed with the immediate disabling of clandestine intakes; Meanwhile, the delegation of the Attorney General of the Republic (FGR) in each entity was notified of what was insured, to continue the corresponding investigations.
The National Guard endorses its commitment to ensure the well-being of the population and to fulfill the tasks entrusted to protect the heritage of Mexicans.
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