José Auriemo Neto the Influence Behind JHSF Participações’s Success

Investing in real estate is one thing, finding a real estate company that will help you convert your investment into great fortunes is another. JHSF Participações S.A. is that company that will offer you the solutions to investment portfolio. Founded in 1990 from JSF, JHSF is a premier real estate development and management company that offers high-end solutions in the luxury market not only in Brazil but also in the whole world.

Currently, JHSF has been linked with the development and real estate management of luxury hotels, top-notch shopping malls and international airports among other high end properties in São Paulo, Salvador and Manaus in Brazil, Punta del Este in Uruguay and New York City and Miami in USA.

With the fast-paced Brazilian economy, the reputation being enjoyed by JHSF did not come on a silver platter. It has taken this giant real estate company not only state of the art equipment but also experienced and qualified personnel. Topping this list of experienced personnel in JHSF is their current CEO and chairman of the board, José Auriemo Neto.

When it comes to the real estate market in Brazil, José Auriemo Neto is one person who does not need much introduction. His contribution to his company and the industry at large speaks volumes for itself. Mr. José Auriemo Neto is one of the pioneers of the service departments in the real estate industry. At 16 years of age, Mr. Neto was making huge progress in the company through a parking company he had found, ParkBem. With this success, José Auriemo Neto was able to grow through them gathering enough experience that will see him head one of the biggest real estate company at the age of 26.

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Experience aside, José Auriemo Neto has also helped grow JHSF through his education. Neto is a trained engineer from Fundação Armando Álvares Penteado (FAAP) and also a trained executive from FASE.

Talos Energy Joins Crew For Zama-1 Well in Mexico

The Mexican oil industry has been completely closed off for quite awhile but things are looking set to change here in the near future. Talos Energy LLC, a Texan energy company, is looking to become the first private investor to sink an oil well in Mexican waters since 1938! Talos Energy has been on the up and up over the past couple of years and now they are looking to completely change the landscape of the industry, at least for the foreseeable future.

Mexico has spent the better part of the past 100 years isolating and nationalizing their energy and keeping it away from private investors from foreign markets. It was recently announced that there was a well found in the Sureste Basin, located right off of the coast of Tabasco, that eventual yielded a well named the Zama-1. The Zama-1 Well is predicted to have anywhere from 100 to 500 million barrels of crude oil available. Approaching the well drilling will be Talos Energy from Houston, Premier Oil from London, and Sierra Oil & Gas from Mexico’s own industry. this will be the first offshore project to be launched by anybody outside of Petroleos Mexicanos in a long time.

When drilling begins on the Zama-1 it will take roughly 90 days to complete the project. Premier Oil will be hosting the drilling and it will run them nearly $16 million to perform the operations. Talos will be actually operating the well and in return they get 35% of the stake in the well. Premier will be getting a 25% stake in the well and finally Sierra will hold 40% of the profits. The trio of energy companies won the right to take on the well back in 2015 during a private round bidding after Mexico decided to open up the doors to foreign drillers.

Edison Investment Research released a statement via analyst Elaine Reynolds saying, “As the first non-Pemex well to be drilled since the opening up of Mexican waters as part of the country’s energy reform process, this will be keenly watched by the industry.” These words were echoed by many other industry analysts.

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