Pemex Signs Agreement with the British Council

By Joseph R. Fonseca
Wednesday, July 09, 2014
Director General of Pemex, Emilio Lozoya Austin

 

Pemex signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the British Council to promote the training of their workers. The agreement was signed by the director general of Pemex, Emilio Lozoya Austin; Britain's ambassador in Mexico, Duncan Taylor, and the director of the British Council, Lena Milosevic.
 
Thus, they jointly promote seminars, workshops and conferences, as well as the development of academic graduate programs in scientific and technological fields, public, legal and political aspects of economic and political sector activities energy.
 
Also, the relationship with Pemex energy companies, institutions and British universities will be encouraged.
 
The agreement also includes training programs to improve the skills of their staff at the English proficient energy specialist terminology.
 
Lozoya Austin said that this agreement new business opportunities are opened, so it thanked to the UK government. The training, he said, is a key element to increase competitiveness, so that Pemex is investing significant resources in the development of human capital.
 
For his part, Ambassador Taylor stated that this Memorandum is part of the close relationship between the two countries, particularly in educational issues.
 

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