While energy reforms have opened the door for Mexico's state-run energy company to expand overseas, its focus for now will be on developing its "low-hanging fruit," the head of Pemex said on Thursday.
Pemex Chief Executive Emilio Lozoya spoke in Washington, D.C., at the annual conference of the Export-Import Bank, the official U.S. export credit agency, on a panel discussing the next frontier of investment opportunities.
Lozoya, a 39-year-old Harvard-educated executive and son of a former finance minister, touted the potential benefits of Mexico's massive energy reform to Mexico's . . .