PROFECO says the worst gas stations in Mexico are in Tabasco

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(190111) -- CIUDAD DE MEXICO, enero 11, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Una empleada llena un bidón con gasolina en una estación de servicio de combustible, en la Ciudad de México, capital de México, el 11 de enero de 2019. El gobierno mexicano lleva a cabo desde el pasado 27 de diciembre un agresivo plan para combatir el robo de hidrocarburos en los ductos y en las refinerías de la petrolera, con la participación de 4,900 militares. El plan contempla el cierre de los ductos, por lo que la distribución de los combustibles se hace a través de camiones tanque, una medida que si bien redujo el robo de hidrocarburos provocó la falta de gasolina en algunos estados y en la capital mexicana. (Xinhua/Ricardo Aldayturriaga) (ra) (rtg) (vf)

According to the measurements of the Federal Consumer Prosecutor’s Office (Profeco) in the so-called study “Who’s Who in fuels”, Tabasco tops the list of the 7 worst service stations in liters by the liter in the whole country.

This is the most recent verification carried out by Profeco on just over 2,420 pumps throughout the country, where the station with the company name, ‘Carlos Moheno’, located at Independencia street kilometer 0, ranchería Norte 2da. section of the municipality of Comalcalco, Tabasco, is classified as the worst service station in the entire country.

It is followed by the station with the company name ‘Autoservicio Consorcio Marín S.A. de C.V. ’located at boulevard‘ Manuel Antonio Romero Zurita ’, 818, in the Quintín Aráuz neighborhood, in Paraíso.

Tabasco, México

GAS PUMPS IMMOBILIZED

In the comparison between the worst service stations in the country, those in Tabasco top the list with the highest number of immobilized pumps and hoses, as well as by milliliters missing for every 20 liters of fuel.

In the case of the Comalcalco gas station, it has 7 immobilized pumps and hoses and a shortage of 1 thousand 807.12 milliliters for every 20 liters, the highest in the country, while the Paraíso has two immobilized pumps and hoses with just over 1 thousand 636.68 milliliters missing, the second-worst in the country.

But it is not the only one in Tabasco, another station of the same ‘Consorcio Marín Self-Service, from Jalpa de Méndez, is added to the list, which is ranked fifth among the worst with immobilized hoses and pumps and 644.03 milliliters missing for every 20 liters.

And it is that, if they are compared, with the last one of the list of the worst in the country, which is that of San Jerónimo, in Huejotzingo, Puebla; This only has one hose and immobilized pump with 114.35 milliliters missing for every 20 liters of fuel, which gives an idea of ​​the seriousness of the situation in which the service stations are in Tabasco.

Source: Tabasco Hoy

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