Pemex or Petroleos Mexicanos is a Mexican petroleum company that is owned by the state of Mexico. The company was established in 1938 as a result of the nationalization of petroleum and the expropriation of various companies during that period. Pemex’s assets are estimated to be worth $415.75 billion. The company is also the second largest non-publicly listed company in the world and the second largest enterprise in Latin America, in terms of revenue. The majority of the shares in Pemex are controlled by the Mexican government. However, the company’s publicly listed shares alone are valued at $202 billion.
John S. Watson was born in California in 1956. He graduated with a B.A. in Agricultural Economics from the University of California, Davis in 1978. Two years later, he received his MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School Of Business. John S. Watson has been the acting Chairman and CEO of Chevron Corp. since […]
63 years old, Tillerson joined Exxon as early 1975, working as an engineer. He filled a number of different positions within the company, in the US and abroad. He has been Chairman and CEO since 2006, and a Director since 2004 and Senior VP since 2001. Past position within the Exxon organization include President of […]
In 1920, Occidental Petroleum was founded by a group of oilmen living in California. As one of the first major gas and oil exploration and production companies in the state, the company was able to operate in the Western United States with little competition for the first couple of decades. In 1956, business magnate Armand […]