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Oil: in the crosshairs of Mexico’s drug cartels?


Oil: in the crosshairs of Mexico’s drug cartels?

Report summary

Mexico's counter narcotics strategy, while netting cartel leaders, has created a more destabilised environment after cartels split into more frenetic smaller organisations that have chased new revenue streams in extortion, kidnapping, and pipeline tapping. Though there are risks, the situation appears better than in other jurisdictions around the world. As oil and gas ramps up, cartels could see the sector as a source of revenue as long as authorities continue to clamp down on drug trafficking.

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  • Executive summary
  • The cartel "franchise" model
  • The battle for Tamaulipas
  • Veracruz - at a crossroads
  • Tabasco, the next battleground?
  • The risks to oil operations and personnel
    • Personnel
    • Operations
  • Conclusion

In this report there are 5 tables or charts, including:

  • Executive summary
  • The cartel "franchise" model
    • Mexico's Gulf Coast
  • The battle for Tamaulipas
    • Mexico's Gulf Coast cartels and their affiliates
  • Veracruz - at a crossroads
  • Tabasco, the next battleground?
  • The risks to oil operations and personnel
    • Monthly reported homicides - selected states
    • Reported kidnappings - selected states
    • Q1 reported pipeline theft - selected states
  • Conclusion
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