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Mexico grants fuel import permits

Bnamericas Published: Thursday, April 21, 2016
Mexico grants fuel import permits

Mexico's energy ministry (Sener) granted fuel import permits after publishing the respective regulatory framework in March that ended the monopoly of state oil company Pemex.

In a statement, Sener said it received 62 requests from 32 companies in the first half of April and granted 11 gasoline and 21 diesel import permits to 22 firms during this period.

The total requests represent 11.5% of gasoline and 30% of diesel consumption last year.

According to Sener statistics, gasoline use in 2015 reached 793,318b/d while diesel use totaled 384,745b/d.

"The entrance of new companies in the import of gasoline and diesel reaffirms the interest and confidence in the new Mexican energy model," said the ministry.

For the list of gasoline permits, click on to this link, and for the diesel permits, this link.

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