web address founded about contact Pemex operates through a corporate subsidiary and four agencies: Petróleos Mexicanos is responsible for the central leadership and strategic direction of the state oil Pemex Exploration and Production (Pemex Exploración y Producción) is responsible for the exploration Pemex Refinery (Refinación) produces, distributes and sells fuel and other petroleum products. Pemex Gas and Basic Petrochemicals (Gas y Petroquímica Básica) processes natural gas liquids and natural gas, distributes and sells natural gas and LP gas, and produces and sells basic petrochemical products. Pemex Petrochemical (Petroquímica) through its seven affiliated companies (Petrochemical Camargo, Cangrejera Petrochemical, Petrochemical Cosoleacaque, Escolín Petrochemical, Petrochemical Morelos, Pajaritos and Petrochemicals Petrochemicals Tula) produces, distributes trade activities of Petroleosof PMI International Trade (PMI Comercio Internacional) conducts foreign and markets a wide range Mexicanos. http://www.PEMEX.com/ Avenida Marina Nacional 329 Colonia Huasteca 11311 México, D.F., Mexico Switch of Petroleos Mexicanos:+52-55-1944-2500, Fax: +52-55-1944-9378; 1938 Petróleos Mexicanos (PEMEX) is Mexico's state-owned petroleum company. It is the 10th largest oil company in the world in terms of revenue and ranks 42nd on the list of Fortune 500 companies. PEMEX is the sole supplier of all commercial gasoline (petrol/diesel) stations in Mexico. All petrol stations, although labeled PEMEX, are concessions that are strictly full-service. PEMEX tried to take away the concessions from a large number of these for low-quality gasoline (often cut with up to 40% fuel oil) and for not serving the correct amount of gasoline (many serve only 9 litres for every 10 registered on the pump), however a judge ruled these were "not reasons to take away the concessions". The grades of PEMEX gasoline are "Magna" (regular unleaded 87 octane—green pump handle) and "Premium" (92 octane—red pump handle). Previously, PEMEX offered a leaded gasoline called "Nova", but this has been discontinued for environmental reasons and due to stringent health regulations. Assistant Director of Corporate Human Resources: Ing. Marco Antonio Murillo Soberanis - Tel: 19-44-93-47, Fax: 19-44-81-83, Extensión: 2-25-68 firstname.lastname@example.org ; Assistant Director of Corporate Labor Relations: Ing. Lamberto Alonso Calderón - Tel: 19-44-82-18, Fax: 19-44-95-59, Extensión: 2-91-00 email@example.com ; Exploration & Production: Assistant Director of Human Resources, Competitiveness and Innovation: Ing. Jose Aurelio Loyo Fernández - Tel: 55 1944 2500, Extensión: 811 20146 , 811 23194 , 811 38000 , 811 38006 Key HR Department Contacts: Petroleos Mexicanos (Corporate) Arch. Roberto G. Castrejón González firstname.lastname@example.org ; Pemex Exploration and Production Lic Sandra Vargas Guzmán email@example.com ; Pemex Refinación Pemex Refining Lic. Francisco Xavier González Cortés firstname.lastname@example.org ; Pemex Gas and Basic Petrochemicals Lic. Maria del Carmen Rodríguez Garza Carrión email@example.com ; Pemex Petroquímica Pemex Petroquímica Lic. José Alberto Villegas López firstname.lastname@example.org ; web address founded about contact Federal Electricity Commission (Comision Federal de Electricidad) http://www.cfe.gob.mx/en Rio Rodano 14 Col. Cuauhtemoc 06598 México, D.F., Mexico Phone: +52-55-5229-4400, Fax: +52-55-5310-4614; email@example.com ; 1937 The Comisión Federal de Electricidad is the Mexican state-owned electric monopoly, widely known as CFE. It is the dominant electric company and the second most powerful state-owned company in Mexico (after Pemex, Petroleos Mexicanos). The Mexican constitution states that the government is responsible for the control and development of the national electric industry, and CFE carries out this mission. CFE is a company that provides services of generation, transmission and distribution of electrical power services to 26.1 million customers, nearly 80 million Mexicans. Jefe Departamento De Servicios Administrativos: Hugo Perez Ambriz firstname.lastname@example.org , Tel: 52294400 ext 40207, 40236; Jefe Departamento De Oficinas Coorporativas: Agustin Sanchez Angeles - email@example.com, Tel: 52294400/80545; Subgerente De Personal: Marco Antonio Baranda Leon - firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel. (55) 55536663; 52294400 ext. 2688/2969; 52861250; Gerente De Relaciones Laborales: Sergio Arellano Saavedra - email@example.com, Tel. (55) 55537979, 52294400 ext. 88000/88001, 88006; Jefe Departamento Procesos Laborales: Omar Navarrete Villalobos - firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel. 54294400 88039; web address founded about contact Wal-Mart de Mexico http://www.walmartmexico.com.mx Headquarters: Blvd. Manuel Avila Camacho No. 647 Col. Periodistas Deleg. Miguel Hidalgo 11220 Mexico, D.F. Mexico Phone: +52-55-5283-0100, Toll Free: +52-800-710-6352, Fax: +52-55-5387-9240; Subgerente De Sourcing - email@example.com ; 1958 Wal-Mart de México is the numero uno retailer in Mexico, with more than 1,104 units throughout 194cities nationwide, including self-service stores, apparel stores, and restaurants. These include Bodega food and general merchandise discount stores and Superama supermarkets; Suburbia apparel stores; and some 360 Vips restaurants. It also runs about 240 Wal-Mart Supercenters and SAM'S CLUB warehouses and launched Banco Wal-Mart in 2007. Its stores are located in about 190 cities throughout Mexico, although most are in and around Mexico City. Wal-Mart Stores grabbed a stake in the company in 1991 when it combined its Mexican stores with those of Cifra in a joint venture. Wal- Mart acquired control of Cifra in 1997 and renamed the business Wal-Mart de México in 2000. Business Formats: Bodega Aurrera; SAM's Club; Superama; Suburbia; Vips; Raúl Argüelles Díaz González - Senior Vice President, Corporate Affairs and People Division; Rubén Camarena Torres - Vice President, People Division; web address founded about contact FEMSA - Fomento Económico Mexicano, S.A.B. de C.V. http://www.femsa.com/en/ General Anaya, 601 Pte. Colonia Bella Vista 64410 Monterrey, Mexico Phone: +52-81-8328-6000, Fax: +52-81-8328-6080; 1954 Fomento Económico Mexicano, or FEMSA, is Latin America's largest Coke bottler and a major beer brewer in Mexico and Brazil. Its FEMSA Cerveza subsidiary brews brands such as Carta Blanca, Indio, Sol, and Tecate. Its Coca-Cola FEMSA subsidiary (54% owned) is the #2 Coca-Cola bottler in the world (behind Coca-Cola Enterprises). It bottles Coca-Cola, Sprite, other soft drinks, juices, and water in nine Latin American countries. FEMSA also owns more than 5,500 OXXO convenience stores in 31 Mexican states, primarily in northern part of the country, through its FEMSA Comerico subsidiary. Business Formats: Coca-Cola FEMSA; FEMSA Cerveza; FEMSA Comercio; Alfonso Garza Garza - EVP Human Resources - Alfonso Garza Garza joined FEMSA in 1985 and was named Executive Vice President of Human Resources in 2005. Prior to that, he held various positions at FEMSA Cerveza and FEMSA empaques (Packaging), including the management of FEMSA Packaging and Grafo Regia. Mr. Garza Garza earned a bachelor's degree in industrial engineering from Monterrey TEC and completed post-graduate courses at Instituto Panamericano de Alta Dirección de Empresas. web address founded about contact TELMEX - Teléfonos de México, S.A. de C.V. http://www.telmex.com.mx Parqué Vía 198, oficina 701, Colonia Cuauhtémoc 06599 México, D.F., Mexico Phone: +52-55-5703-3990, Fax: +52-55-5545-5550; 01 800 TELMEX1 (01 800 835 6391) 1947 Teléfonos de México (Telmex) is still Mexico's #1 provider of fixed-line telecom services with more than 18 million lines in service. The company also provides cable television, voice, data, and Internet access services to customers in other countries in Central and South America through subsidiaries in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, and Peru, among other locations. It is most active in Brazil. Carso Global Telecom, a holding company controlled by Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim Helú, owns a 71% voting stake in Telmex. Jaime Pérez Gómez - Director, Human Resources: - Joined Telmex in 1991. Throughout his career he has held positions: Deputy Director General for Human Resources, Assistant Director of Legal and subsidiaries as well as Assistant Director of Industrial Relations. He graduated with a degree in law from the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico and has a postgraduate degree in Human Resources Administration from the University of Pennsylvania.