Tijuana Texaco?

At Tijuana first foreign gas stations

MEXICO CITY | July 17, 2014 – 6:13 a.m. | By: AGENCIES

In four years, Pemex would cease to own up to 50 percent of gas stations currently held in franchise, opening it to private companies for the distribution and sale of fuels, as provided in the Hydrocarbons Law Reform Energy. The companies that come to the country to look dominant in the domestic market are Shell, Texaco, Exxon Mobile and Chevron, among others, which are already managing their arrival or even buying infrastructure service stations to employers national. However, once the law allows gasoline imports by private initiative, the first area of impact will the border between Mexico and the United States, as the logistics for the transportation of these oil will be less expensive for its proximity to the storage plants located in the neighboring country. According to Pablo Gonzalez, president of the Mexican Association of Entrepreneurs Gasolineros (Amegas) in the border states will appreciate the first impact of this opening. Currently PEMEX has registered the less 10 000 904 service stations across the country. However, only in the six states bordering the United States have three thousand 184 gas stations, of which at least 31 percent, ie, a thousand stations, could help Pemex in a first phase to join foreign brands .We have analyzed and will surely start with the border with Tijuana to the Gulf. That slot will have a direct impact because there is not any infrastructure is needed. In fact, many companies already want to bring their products as Shell, which is near Tijuana across the border, “he said.


One Comment

  1. Ken
    Posted June 5, 2015 at 21:18 | Permalink | Reply

    Let us see the prices and how they will fluctuate as they see a bigger profit, at least Pemex prices are fixed to stop this gouging that will go on.

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