If necessary, the Hurricane Emergency Response Plan will be set in motion to safeguard the security of the company's personnel and facilities.
Petróleos Mexicanos reports that, due to the arrival of Hurricane Bud to the shores of the Mexican Pacific, it is continuously monitoring the situation and preparing to activate the company's Hurricane Emergency Response Plan (initials in Spanish: PREH).
As part of the PREH safety protocols, the company is in constant communication with officials of the Mexican Army, Port Captaincies, and Civil Protection authorities of the states that could be affected by the hurricane, in order to respond quickly and efficiently to any hazards that may damage the company's oil infrastructure.
Pemex is also letting people know that there will be enough fuel in the storage terminals in Colima, Nayarit, Sinaloa, Sonora, Baja California and Baja California Sur.
Petróleos Mexicanos hereby reaffirms its commitment of guaranteeing the safety of its workers and facilities, and that at the moment its efforts are focused on responding to the needs of its clients and the general public.
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