New Pemex CEO appointed

MEXICO CITY, November 28, 2017 – Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto on Monday appointed Carlos Alberto Treviño Medina as the CEO of state-owned Pemex.

Treviño Medina replaced José Antonio Gonzalez Anaya, who became Mexico’s new Secretary of Finance and Public Credit following the resignation of José Antonio Meade from the post to run for president in the country’s July 2018 general elections.


According to a Pemex statement, Treviño Medina will concentrate on his “responsibility to consolidate Pemex’s finances and accelerate the implementation of the [energy] reform,” while working towards other objectives including modernisation programmes, increased production and making the NOC more competitive.

Treviño Medina began working at Pemex in 2010 and has held the position of corporate director of management and services since March 2016.

Gonzalez Anaya, who headed the NOC for less than two years, already has experience working in the Secretariat of Finance and Public Credit, most recently from 2006-2012, when he was undersecretary of income.

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