The CEO of Petróleos Mexicanos, Carlos Treviño Medina, participated in a breakfast with top executives of the energy sector in Houston, Texas, where he stated that Pemex seeks to consolidate strategic partnerships with other leading companies in the global oil sector.
The meeting was sponsored by the Greater Houston Partnership (GHP), the Consulate of Mexico, the Petroleum Equipment Supplier Association, and Pemex Procurement International and was attended by more than 70 executives from companies such as Baker Hughes, BP America, Caterpillar, Chevron, Dresser-Rand, ExxonMobil, Halliburton, Hilcorp Energey, IADC, Jacobs, Mitsubishi, Mitsui, NOV, Siemens, Technip FMC, Vallourec, VAM Mexico, Wood, among others.
The President of the GHP, Bob Harvey, highlighted the role of the Association as the driving force for the meeting between Pemex and oil and service companies, financial institutions, research centers, chambers of commerce and consultancies to seek allies and promote the participation of potential partners in the tenders of the Strategic Associations (farmouts).
During his presentation, the Director referred to the company’s results for the first quarter of 2018, as well as the main achievements in the areas of security, efficiency, transparency and accountability. He underlined that PEMEX is on the right path to boost its profitability in those business areas that represent greater opportunities for growth today.
“If we want to achieve the efficient growth, we must do it as everyone else in the business, by creating associations and looking for the best in their field. This will give us good results in consolidation of our company as more profitable and efficient”, commented the General Director.
Leslie Shockley Beyer, President of PESA and Carlos Treviño, PEMEX CEO