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Compared legal analysis of illegal oil bunkering in Mexico, Colombia and Nigeria

By: Sánchez Martínez, José Ricardo.
Publisher: Quito: OLADE, 2019Description: pp. 72-86.ISSN: 2631-2522 (digital).Subject(s): Apropiación Ilegal de Hidrocarburos | Robo de Combustibles | Marco Legal Internacional Comparados | Seguridad Energética | Delitos Petroleros | México | Colombia | NigeriaDDC classification: 050 Online resources: Click here to access online In: Organización Latinoamericana de Energía (OLADE) ENERLAC. Revista de energía de Latinoamérica y el Caribe. Año 2019. No.2Summary: Fuel theft or illegal oil bunkering (IOB) is one of the criminal activities that affect and threaten Mexico’s energy security the most. This crime is concentrated primarily on the theft of gasoline and condensate from natural gas, as well as on acts of sabotage and damage to gas pipelines and transport pipes. The objective of this paper is to analyse the legal framework applicable to this phenomenon in Mexico, Nigeria, and Colombia. The analysis mentioned above will try to answer the following question: is the Mexican legal framework adequately addressing IOB?
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Fuel theft or illegal oil bunkering (IOB) is one of the criminal activities that affect and threaten Mexico’s energy security the most. This crime is concentrated primarily on the theft of gasoline and condensate from natural gas, as well as on acts of sabotage and damage to gas pipelines and transport pipes. The objective of this paper is to analyse the legal framework applicable to this phenomenon in Mexico, Nigeria, and Colombia. The analysis mentioned above will try to answer the following question: is the Mexican legal framework adequately addressing IOB?

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