CEO & President
. macro-scale regional project management
. business development
. financial and operating supervision
. investment and regulatory supervision
. investment capital management
. capital market
. security & defense
. precious and semiprecious stones
. precious metals
. waste management
. humanitarian support
. global televised events productions
. television program distributions
. sponsorship campaign management
. art director
Largest events fully financed and produced:
. 500 million ot TV worldwide audience by Expo 92 in Seville, Spain
. 1.2 million live audience by the Christian Artist Festival during the 2nd visit of Pope John Paul II to Poland
Investor and major co-owner of 50% of the company (1991-93)
Paz is today the largest Israel's supplier of refined petroleum products, controlling 55% of energy in Israel, holding 251 fuel stations, involved in export an import of petroleum products, fuel storage and national wide distribution, crude oil reprocessing, oil exploration, coal import, pharmaceutics production, road constructions, counter trade, processing deals, alternative energy development and distribution (solar systems).
PAZ Oil Company principal subsidiaries:
. Paz Investment & Development Ltd.
. Paz Oil, Exploration Ltd.
. Aviation Services Ltd.
. Pazgaz Marketing Co. Ltd.
. United Petroleum Export Co. Ltd.
. Pedesco Ltd.
. Shaal Co. Ltd.
. Coal United Ltd.
. Haifa Basic Oils (Shevah) Ltd.
. PAZ Industries (Lubricatns) Ltd.
. Oilfabriek Fol Jr & Co.B.V.
. Pazkar Ltd.
. Trigon Engineering Equipment Ltd.
. Pazchem Ltd.
. Pazvit Ltd.
. P.M.Metal Works & Containers Ltd.
. Tanker Services Ltd
. Pi-Glioth Pertoleum
. Terminals & Pipeline Ltd.
. Oil Exploration of Paz).
. investment public companies
. trading in energy products
. production and sale of refining and production of basic oils and refined wax
. blending of lubricants oils production
. re-refining of used lube oils
. marine transportation of crude oil
. storage for petroleum products
. oil exploration activities
Vice-President & C.O.O.
Value: processed transactions valued at $22.5 billion (1989-1991)
Holding: 391 subsidiaries and affiliates in Poland, Canada, Chile, China, Costa Rica, Czech, Egypt, France, Germany, Korea, Ireland, Holland, India, Israel, Mexico, Poland, Russia, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, UK, USA.
. financial (banks, financial trusts, insurance, brokerage houses)
. agriculture (land administration, food production)
. security (integrated security systems)
. consulting (business, financial, legal)
. industrial ensemble lines
. media (newspapers, printing houses, broadcasting stations)
. mining (barite, diamonds, marble)
. R&D (ecology bio-technologies, hi-tech, medicine, communication)
. services (executive airlines, tourism)
. show business
grafika komputerowa, sound digital productions & post-productions, video streaming technologies, integrated security systems