Mexico City Juan Francisco Rivera Cavazos, the head of Pemex, investigated the inexplicable enrichment, together with the team he led in the operation of pipelines in Nuevo Leon, he hid the location of a clandestine note that brought millions of dollars in damage to the oil company, accused Jorge Salcido, former General Superintendent. of Operation.
It was recalled that in 2008, a clandestine intake “sucked” thousands and thousands of liters of gasoline from the Santa Catarina-Gómez Palacio pipeline.
In the Pemex Physical Security Management, the priority was to locate the attraction and assigned a special number of nine people and the support of the Army in case of emergency.
But the team of Rivera Cavazos and those in charge of the articulation of the terminals, gave false information so that Salcido could not locate the clandestine attraction.
“I went to the Terminal Superintendent and asked him: How much do you have left?’ And he answered me: “No, no, no, I am not lacking anything, on the contrary, they are sending me something to spare.”
“I went with the one who was in charge of the Ducts (Rivera Cavazos staff) and I asked him: Where is the pressure drop? And he told me: “To the left”, when the intake was to the right”, he added in an. conversation
But contrary to what the operators of the pipe organs told him at the time, Salcido is located near Torreón, in the village of Parras de la Fuente, with more than 400,000 barrels of gasoline stored.
“Of the 220 kilometers of the pipeline, which I had to go for about 12 and that day I was going to finish it, we walked and walked in the village that I was looking for, we ran a wade. I broke the guard of the cattle and we stood three. There, when I saw, I returned: they had a better capacity than the distribution center, four-inch hoses, 7 or 10 riding pumps,” he said.
“How did one of the Storage say that there is no shortage? Why do those of the Pipelines say that there are detours from the left to the right?
“The Cavazos River was in the Coordination of the Monterrey Pipeline, now that I see the brand, I remember it clearly, I found complicity, both from the organizers of the pipes and storage, the brutal mafia,” he said.
Rivera Cavazos was in charge of pipelines in Nuevo Leon from 2005 to 2009.
Salcido was part of Pemex’s Physical Security from 2005 to 2010
In his work, he also took part in the armies against the Huachicoleros, in Nuevo Leone.