Jose Auriemo Neto Career and Top Managerial Roles at JHSF

Jose Auriemo Neto has continually served as the chief executive officer at JHSF for the last 14 years. He first joined JHSF Par Companies in 1993. Jose is particularly recognized in the company for coming up with the idea of services department. In 1997, he created Parkbem which serves as a parking lot management company. Between 2006 and 2014, Mr. Neto serves as the CEO at JHSF Participacoes SA and the company’s officer in the board of executives.

In 1998, Mr. Neto established and was responsible in managing shopping Santa Cruz after he obtained the rights in the shopping center department. Earlier in his career, Mr. Neto served as a member of the YPO and later assumed the role of a director at JHSF Participacoes SA.

JHSF is a prominent real estate holding company found in Brazil. JHSF is the pioneering company in prioritizing recurrent income assets that include airports, shopping malls, hotels and other premier real estate projects. Besides its local Brazilian operations, JHSF operates internationally in countries such as Uruguay and the United States of America. Since its establishment, JHSF has developed real estate projects that totals to 6 million m2 with a 2017 cumulative market value of R $1.2 billion.

JHSF was first started in 1972 by Jose and Fabio Auriemo, the two brothers and partners registered JHSF as a real estate and construction company. Following the latter split of the company, Fabio Auriemo took the helm of controlling estate market operations.

Jose Auriemo Neto is a reputable CEO at JHSF Participacoes SA, he has acquired mastery of skills in industrial management and operations. JHSF now serve as a real estate company which a critical focus on Brazilian commercial and residential properties. Auriemo now leads the company’s retail and shopping portfolio. He also heads the Bela Vista in Salvador, Cidade Jardim shopping complex in Sao Paulo, the Ponta Negra and, the Metro Tucuruvi.

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All Eyes are on Talos Energy, the Operator of the Zama-1 Well

The Mexico’s oil sector is witnessing an increased activity courtesy of foreign firms such as Talos Energy and Premier Oil that were just recently allowed to operate in the country’s oil and gas industry. In 2015, Talos and Premier won rights to prospect for oil in the shallow waters of the Gulf of Mexico. The two firms together with Mexico’s Sierra Oil & Gas struck oil in the Sureste basin off the state of Tabasco.

Recently, Premier Oil announced that the three firm, in a joint venture, would drill a well, the Zama-1 Well, to harness the natural resource. Specifically, drilling of the well was expected to commence on May 21, 2017.Premier Oil (an independent UK oil and gas company) stated that it would take three months for the Zama-1 Well to be operational. According to the Premier’s statement, the Zama Well holds over half a billion barrels of recoverable crude oil. Although it would cost Premier $16 million to finance its 35 percent share of the project, the company is optimistic that the project will be successful owing to the structure of the basin which geologists say is common in areas with viable deposits.

The Premier’s announcement stirred analysts and investors up. Apparently, players in the oil and gas industry have adopted a “wait and see” approach; they are waiting to see how the Zama project will turn out. Elaine Reynolds, an analyst Edison Investment Research, suggests that the Zama Well draws attention because it is the first non-Pemex well to be dug in over 80 years and also because it has vast implications for the Mexico’s oil industry.

Although the Houston based Talos Energy owns a 25 percent stake in the venture, it is the operator of the well. The project is crucial for the 5-year-old private company as it seeks to build a name in the global oil and gas industry. Tim Duncan is the CEO of company.
Just one year after it was established, WorkplaceDynamics recognized Talos Energy as the “Best Workplace among Local Small Businesses.” Duncan is committed to empowering the company’s workers by offering them equity in Talos Energy.

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