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JOINT COMMUNIQUE- The SFP (Ministry of Civil Service) Penalizes Eight Public Officials

-They were part of a network that altered the official amount for the fuel tanker trucks

-These actions are the result of a joint effort of the Ministry of Civil Service and Petróleos Mexicanos


The Ministry of Civil Service (acronym in Spanish: SFP) removed eight public officials who were formerly ascribed to the Pemex Logística Storage and Dispatch Terminal (acronym in Spanish: TAD) in Chihuahua, and suspended them from executing their duties, commissions, or positions as public officials for one year.

A joint investigation – led by the SFP through its Responsibilities Unit in Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex) and by the State-owned Corporation itself --  showed that this group of officials was part of an organized network that used technological devices to alter the metering parameters when filling fuel tanker trucks.

The SFP proved that these public officials deliberately omitted key operating safety procedures during fuel loading, which caused the tanker trucks they were in charge of to be overfilled, and thus placed the physical integrity of the personnel, facilities, and the environment at risk.

Furthermore, the Ministry of Civil Service filed an administrative responsibility suit against another eight public officials of the TAD in Chihuahua, from a total of 20 officials who could be involved in these criminal actions.

With these measures, both the SFP and Pemex reaffirm their commitment to continue fighting all irregular or criminal behavior. 

Las menciones de Pemex pueden referirse a Petróleos Mexicanos o a cualquiera de sus Empresas Productivas Subsidiarias.

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