In an interview with Fortune, the CEO of Mexico's Pemex, Juan José Suárez Coppel, described the state oil company's problems as having ""too many cooks in the kitchen,"" adding that efficiency gets lost. Coppel suggested that sweeping changes would have advantages and though they are unlikely to occur this year, could happen in the future. Will energy policy and changes to Pemex play a significant role in the next election? If so, which proposals are likely to be debated? What steps should Pemex take to increase efficiency within its current limitations? How should the company be reformed in the medium to long-run?
Inter-American Dialogue's Latin American Energy Advisor. "How Should Mexico's State-Run Pemex Be Reformed?." (2011). http://digitalrepository.unm.edu/la_energy_dialog/156