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A key player in the oil and gas service industry is seeking qualified nationals and / or residents to
fill the positions of:
COIL TUBING UNIT SUPERVISOR/ARTIFICIAL LIFT SPECIALIST, COIL TUBING
CO-ORDINATOR & GENERAL MANAGER
The successful candidate will be responsible for providing guidance and training operational staff
while adhering strictly to HSE standards.
MAJOR ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES FOR SUPERVISOR/ARTIFICIAL LIFT SPECIALIST:
• Routine preventative maintenance
• Manage and coordinate Coil Tubing staff in problem solving and international operational
• Train staff in adherence to HSE Emergency Response Systems and development of proper
response by workers to HSE emergencies and blowout prevention.
• Provide up to date methods of CTU operator duties and other related projects
• Operate CTU ArmorPak and FlatPak Technologies
• Operate Hydraulic Artificial Lift Systems
MAJOR ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES FOR GENERAL MANAGER/CO-ORDINATOR:
• Routine Corporate Governance, and corporate communication
• Customer relations, and Sales
• Responsible for all day to day field and management operations
QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE FOR SUPERVISOR/ARTIFICAIL LIFT SPECIALIST:
• Minimum 5 years Coil Tubing Unit experience
• Minimum 2 years Artificial Lift experience in ArmorPak and FlatPak artificial lift technologies
• Extensive knowledge in Coil Tubing Unit and Well Bore clean outs, Fishing, Drilling,
Stimulations and artificial lift
• Coiled Tubing Operation Training in the areas of production optimization, production operations,
and initial completion programs, recompletions, HSE and management skills.
• Demonstrated leadership and communication skills
• Relevant computer literacy
QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE FOR GENERAL MANAGER/CO-ORDINATOR:
In addition to all the Qualifications listed above, management positions must have:
• Minimum 5 years management and co-ordinating experience as well as 5 years ArmorPak
and FlatPak experience for Co-ordinators Position
• Minimum 10 years management and corporate experience as well as 10 years ArmorPak
and FlatPak experience for General Manager Position
Copies of all supporting documents must be attached to the application and submitted no
later than June 19, 2015.
A copy of your application and resume should also be forwarded to:
Chief Manpower Officer
Ministry of Labour and Small and Micro Enterprise Development
50-54 Duke Place, Duke Street
Port of Spain
Eagle Ibis Consulting Limited
20 Rushworth Street
VATICAN CITY---There s something of
a whodunit going on in the Vatican to
discover who leaked Pope Francis envi-
ronment encyclical to an Italian
newsweekly, deflating the release of
the most anticipated and feared papal
document in recent times.
L Espresso magazine published the
full 191 pages of Laudato Si (Be Praised)
on its website Monday, three days before
the official launch.
The Vatican said it was just a draft,
but most media ran with it, given that
it covered many of the same points Fran-
cis and his advisers have been making
in the run-up to the release.
Yesterday, the Vatican indefinitely
suspended the press credentials of L E-
spresso s veteran Vatican correspondent,
Sandro Magister, saying the publication
had been "incorrect."
A letter from the Vatican spokesman,
the Rev Federico Lombardi, to Magister
advising him of the sanction was posted
on the bulletin board of the Vatican press
Magister told the Associated Press
that his editor, not he, obtained the doc-
ument and decided to publish it.
"I just wrote the introduction," Mag-
ister said in a text message, adding that
he had promised the Vatican to keep
quiet about the scoop.
In the draft of the encyclical, Francis
says global warming is "mostly" due to
human activity and the burning of fossil
fuels. He calls for a radical change in
behaviour to save the planet for future
generations and prevent the poor from
suffering the worst effects of industry-
induced environmental degradation.
Several Vatican commentators
hypothesised that the leak was aimed
at taking the punch out of today s offi-
cial launch of the encyclical, in which
the Vatican has lined up a Catholic car-
dinal, an Orthodox theologian, an athe-
ist scientist and an economist to discuss
They noted that conservatives---par-
ticularly in the US---attacked the
encyclical even before it was released,
chiding the pope for talking science in
a church document and insisting that
global warming isn t a scientific reality.
It would be in their interest, the argu-
ment goes, to fudge the pope s message
via a scoop by L Espresso, since Mag-
ister has championed views of the con-
servative Catholic camp hostile to Fran-
cis.Italian daily La Stampa suggested
that the leak might have come from
conservatives inside Vatican, noting
that Francis reform plans for the Vat-
ican bureaucracy have been resisted by
the more conservative old guard who
would have an interest in sabotaging
Francis labour of love.
A leak, however, was to be expected,
given that drafts of the document have
been circulating for months and that
the text had been translated into mul-
tiple languages before its official release.
While the Vatican cried foul that the
encyclical embargo had been violated,
L Espresso obtained the article inde-
pendently of the Vatican press office,
and thereby wasn t beholden to today s
noon embargo that had been set. (AP)
Vatican reels from leak of Pope's document
Pope Francis is hugged by a child during an audience with participants of Rome's
diocese convention in St Peter's Square, Vatican, last Sunday. AP PHOTO
WASHINGTON---An Army veteran with mental
health issues who got over the White House
fence and inside the executive mansion was
sentenced yesterday to 17 months in prison,
and a judge said that means he s likely to be
released before Christmas.
Omar Gonzalez s arrest in September was an
embarrassment to the Secret Service in particular
because officers weren t able to stop him until
he was inside the East Room of the home. It
was one of several Secret Service security breach-
es that ultimately led to the resignation of agency
director Julia Pierson in October. The Secret
Service protects the president among others.
Judge Rosemary M Collyer said in sentencing
Gonzalez that the White House is often thought
of as "the most secure place in the world" but
that Gonzalez s actions showed it was not, at
least on that day.
Gonzalez, 43, was found carrying a folding
knife in his pants pocket, and investigators found
hundreds of rounds of ammunition, a machete,
knives and several tomahawks in his car, which
was parked nearby. Gonzalez told a Secret Service
agent after his arrest that he wanted to tell the
president that the atmosphere was collapsing.
President Barack Obama and his daughters
had just left the White House when Gonzalez
got inside. The first lady was not home.
Yesterday, Gonzalez said he was "sorry for
my actions" and told the judge: "I never meant
to harm anyone."
He said he was committed to continuing the
mental health treatment he started in jail.
In sentencing Gonzalez to 17 months followed
by three years probation, the judge said his
actions were "a very public crime" and she was
concerned about deterring others. (AP)
Army vet gets 17 months
for White House intrusion
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