Mexico, Nov 27 (EFE) .- The state-owned company Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex) will continue with its strategic alliances, accelerate the implementation of the energy reform and seek to consolidate his finances, affirmed today his new director, Carlos Treviño. p>
When taking possession of the position in relief of José Antonio González, designated Secretary of the Treasury of Mexico, Treviño reiterated its commitment to continue with the strategic alliances that the energy reform of 2013 allows. p>
"We will continue to comply with the oil production goals and making Pemex more competitive and more modern, "said Treviño, who was the Corporate Director of Administration and Services at the state company. p>
The new director said that his The responsibility will be to consolidate the company's finances and accelerate the implementation of the energy reform to ensure that Pemex continues to "be the flagship company of Mexico." p>
Energy Secretary of Mexico, Pedro Joaquín Coldwell, acknowledged the work of the outgoing director of Pemex to leave a company "on course, ready to compete" p>
former director of Pemex and new finance secretary said that this state company "has a great future because it is and will continue to be the engine of Mexico." p>
The president of Mexico, Enrique Peña Nieto, today announced the resignation of José Antonio Meade as finance secretary and to replace him announced the appointment of Gonzalez.