Julia Jackson was born in San Francisco in 1988. Her parents, Jackson and Barbara Banke, instilled in her an interest in wine from a young age. Julia’s family was surrounded by all types of wine and various wine-making processes. Her father would take Julia and her siblings out to pick grapes and sort them before they were turned into wine so that they would understand the process and have an appreciation for it, which has paid off for Julia.
As an assistant to the international sales team of Jackson Family Wines, she aids her family in bringing new varieties of wine to other countries. Julia founded Cambria Seeds of Empowerment in 2014. This is an organization that is dear to her heart as it celebrates the strength of women across the world. Money raised for the organization helps women develop a sense of independence through education and teaching them basic life skills.
Julia also wants women to see that they can get involved in the wine industry, one that is predominantly operated by males. Her education from Stanford Graduate School has helped Julia become the businesswoman she is today as she uses those skills to market the wines made by the family. These skills are also used to teach women about how to make wine or how to operate a business of their own.
Cotemar, the Mexican oil company, is no ordinary old company. In fact, it’s one of the few that are working toward making progress in renewable energy in Mexico with the likes of Sierra Oil, Diarqco, Nuvoil and Renaissance Oil. If this can be achieved, Mexico can correct the damage done leading to the production capping of Cantarell, which led to oil production decreasing by 1 million barrels a day. The Challenges Cotemar will face include partnering with rival companies, learning to compete in a new way, reducing inefficiencies, optimization and cleaning up of their accounts.
Cotemar will need to come to a middle ground regarding land inherited from previous owners who are used to solving social demands to ticks, as is the case in Veracruz. But despite the odds, the energy sector in Mexico is very much working towards this energy revolution, something which will help the nation grow tremendously. Estimates made by the Energy Secretariat suggest that if the company alliances pass the fourth round of rigorous trials towards qualification, also called the Deepwater Trion field; this phase may bring in investments of $45 billion.
Cotemar is a company specializing in offshore oil services, contributing to the overall gas and oil industry production. This is done using the most efficient of processes which are implemented by leaders in the technology industry and people with a great work ethic. Their vision is to play a role in bettering the production and participation of the company in the newer businesses in the oil industry, both locally and on a global scale. They are supported by a fleet of the newest generation of vessels and the latest innovation in work methodology. Founded in 1979 in its capacity as a service company to the energy sector, Cotemar quickly grew into the largest offshore service providers in the gas and oil industry in Mexico, providing it’s specialties to the Petroleos Mexicanos oil and gas based operations and services.
Cotemar makes sure to treat it’s employees right, with its offshore catering and accommodations exceeding expectations. The host of services includes laundry, cleaning of the common areas, bedding services and good food on vessels and rigs run by them. They also own barges, boats, towing vessels and fire fighting boats to help haul big objects at sea, maintaining the high standards in the inspection that you’d expect out of Cotemar.