June 2015

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HP Petrochemicals: Mexican executives see new government reforms spurring petrochemical activity

The CEO of Mexico’s state-run Pemex sees Mexico’s downstream and midstream industries offering big opportunities for new and foreign investments on the heels of the country’s massive energy reform program.

DuBose, Ben, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

The CEO of Mexico’s state-run Pemex is one of many who sees Mexico’s downstream and midstream industries offering big opportunities for new and foreign investments on the heels of the country’s massive energy reform program. Emilio Lozoya Austin, CEO of Pemex, said the current period of implementing Mexico’s reforms is the most exciting time for his company since its inception. He spoke in a panel session at the annual IHS CERAWeek conference, held during late April in Houston.     Fig. 1. Emilio Lozoya Austin   has served as CEO of  Pemex since 2012. “Pemex is in the process of modernizing itself to maximize its economic value, and ch

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