Mexico has sent nearly $537 million worth of free oil to Cuba in the past 14 months

From our Bureau of Latrine American Parasite States with some assistance from our Bureau of Reprehensible Latrine American Kleptocracies

Absolutely revolting. Mexico’s corrupt leftist government is keeping Castro, Inc. alive by supplying it with free oil. Venenozuela is still Castro, Inc.’s top supplier, sending it between 55,000 to 57,000 per day. Mexico has been sending around 24,000 per day. At the current rate, this will add up to 3.22 billion dollars of free oil by the end of 2024. Take into account the five-fold hike in fuel prices that is about to go into effect (see post below), and this gift will mean five times more cash for Castro, Inc. Ka-ching!

So, as drug cartels run amok and millions of Mexicans pour into the U.S. seeking a better life, Mexico’s president — who has been backed by the brutal Sinaloa cartel for many years — gives away one of his country’s most valuable resources to Castro, Inc., the hemisphere’s most parasitic and despotic military junta. This gesture amounts to throwing Castro, Inc. a life preserver. As one expert puts it: “if Mexico were not sending them this oil, Cuba would be suffering an even greater economic, social, and political catastrophe.” Thanks, AMLO. Mil gracias, you narcotrafficking kleptocrat *@#%*~$%*+!!! You are stealing these millions of dollars from the Mexican people, who need it desperately.

Loosely translated from Diario de Cuba

The Government of Mexico supplied Havana with 7,435,000 barrels of crude oil between 2023 and the first two months of 2024, of which 350,000 were loaded and sent last week from the port of Pajaritos, equivalent to at least 537 million dollars, revealed the Institute of Energy at the University of Texas.

Jorge Piñón, a senior researcher at the academic center, told El Financiero that the Mexican government sends an oil tanker loaded with oil between two and three times per month from Pajaritos, located in Coatzacoalcos, Veracruz, to Cuba, although vessels departing from the ports of Salina Cruz, Oaxaca, or Tampico have also been detected.

“In the monitoring we conducted, with the assistance of the Marine Vessel Tracking Services platform, we were able to document that in 2023 Mexico sent to Cuba 5,465,000 barrels of oil valued at around 391 million dollars, while in the first two months of 2024, 1,970,000 barrels were already sent with a value of 146 million dollars,” Piñón said.

The expert added that it is not clear whether the oil is being sold or donated. According to the media specializing in economic matters, it is a reality that the Cuban regime does not have money to buy it, so it often offers, in exchange for products, the sending of doctors, nurses, and other professionals, or even vaccines.

“The current demand for oil in Cuba is around 125,000 barrels per day, of which they can produce approximately 40,000 barrels per day, while Venezuela still sends them between 55,000 and 57,000 barrels per day, so Mexican oil helps them meet their demand, with an approximate of 24,000 barrels per day,” he said.

In Piñón’s opinion, “if Mexico were not sending them this oil, Cuba would be suffering an even greater economic, social, and political catastrophe.”

“Furthermore, Mexico is sending them its best oil, which is Istmo and Olmeca, as they are light and medium crudes that can be processed in their Cienfuegos refinery; in contrast, Maya oil, which is heavy, remains for Mexican refineries,” he added.

The most recent figures from Petróleos Mexicanos (PEMEX) indicate that in January 2024, 951,000 barrels per day of crude oil were exported, of which 279,000 barrels per day were sold to countries in the American continent, that is, almost 30% of the total.

The monitoring by the University of Texas quantified that the government of Andrés Manuel López Obrador sent the government of Cuba a total of 865,000 barrels of oil in January, which would translate to about 28,000 barrels per day.

Although these figures represent 10% of oil exports destined for the American market, it is unknown whether PEMEX accounts for shipments to Cuba in its monthly report, as the company does not disaggregate the countries to which it sells oil.

The last ship to depart from Mexico to Cuba with a cargo of 350,000 barrels of oil, on February 21, was the tanker Esperanza with a Cuban flag.

Arturo Carranza, a specialist in the Mexican energy sector, cited by El Financiero, said that historically, exports of crude oil to Cuba have been given as donations, as a support to Havana in the context of the Washington embargo.

1 thought on “Mexico has sent nearly $537 million worth of free oil to Cuba in the past 14 months”

  1. The question is, in exchange for what? This is not AMLO’s money, obviously; it’s Mexico’s money. How can a country with such serious, uh, issues as Mexico throw so much money away? It will NOT, of course, be paid back, ever. Is AMLO really a deranged Castro cultist? How can Mexicans possibly put up with this?

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