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Pemex seizes 28 thousand liters of condensate field
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Feb '08
Staff Physical Security of Petroleos Mexicanos reached a new forfeiture of approximately 28 thousand liters of condensate field, product extracted illegally in various facilities in the Burgos Basin.

This assurance was the result of a tour of various facilities Assets Comprehensive Burgos, specifically by the Gap "Calf" important channel of communication leading to the field Lomitas producer of the said assets.

In the scene, was the arrest of two people and ensured a tractocamión Volvo, blue and without plates movement, as well as a brand autotanque Polar, number 746 economic and trade name "Ever Breen."

Staff of the legal delegation Pemex Reynosa became aware of this new confiscation and made the complaint to the Federal Prosecutor's Agent, to apply the full weight of the law to those who are engaged in this illegal activity.

The condensate is a liquid hydrocarbon derived from natural gas that can be obtained byproducts such as light and heavy naphtha, LP gas, gasoline and diesel, among others.

Petroleos Mexicanos is a victim of wrongful acts that pose a risk to the population and environment, the theft of condensate is a serious crime that undermines the equity of the company and the country.

Pemex reiterates its institutional commitment to continue to strengthen their efforts in this type of crime, in coordination with the Ministry of National Defense (SEDENA) and the Federal Agency of Investigation (AFI), among other units.

PEMEX

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