For the moment, Javier Milei does not plan to use his chainsaw against YPF. Today their commitment is through dialogue and consensus, something that became clear after a meeting in which Horacio Marín, future president of the state company, Marcelo Rucci, from the private oil tankers union, and the governor of Neuquén, Rolando, participated. Figueroa, in the Patagonian province.
The meeting was more than positive, with the parties exchanging glances, especially talking about the importance of the commitment to Vaca Muerta, one of the most important unconventional oil and gas formations in the world.
During the campaign and once elected, Milei talked about privatizing YPF and detracted from Vaca Muerta. However, none of that emerged from the first conversation between the parties.
Marín focused on plans, projects and working together. He talked about continuing with the initiatives underway, with investments. “Marín is part of the industry, he knows what we are doing: projects for companies and for workers,” Rucci, a combative union member, but with a relationship with different actors thanks to a union that represents more than 24, said after the meeting. thousand members. The leader came to the match after putting his chips in Sergio Massa. In fact, he participated in a Tigrense campaign event prior to the PASO.