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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Thursday, September 17, 2015
The public is hereby notified that
Plan It Productions proposes to
apply to the Environmental
Management Authority (EMA) for
a variation in accordance with
the Noise Pollution Control
Rules 2001 for the Event/Activity
Date of Event/Activity: 17th
Description of Event/Activity:
Glow For Gold Run
Address of Event/Activity:
Jean Pierre Complex
Duration of Event/Activity:
9.00 p.m - 3.00 a.m
The public is invited to submit
comments within 5 working days
of the publication of this Notice
to the EMA.
THE MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES WILL INCLUDE
o Participates/Leads on Upper Completion Installations and ensures procedures are followed
without compromising safety.
o Participates/Leads in the job preparation process in accordance with Schlumberger or client
specific Quality Plans.
o Submits accurate and timely paperwork and job reports and captures any lessons learned.
o Communicates on a daily basis with supervisor.
o Mentor to Junior Field Specialists or Junior Field Engineers
o Liaises with the client on location and assists in trouble shooting.
o Organizes equipment logistics from and to rig.
o Organize and participate actively in the training of his/her operators.
o To follow and uphold all Health and Quality standards and to promote their respect,
understanding and adherence. Actively participate in loss prevention programs.
o To control quality of our service during all phases of the operation and to ensure that
products of highest quality are delivered to the client.
o To perform all reporting and administrative duties concerning the field operations, accurately
and in a timely manner.
o To ensure that supplies are available at the wellsite to perform the operation.
o Technical College Associate Degree or Diploma
o 3+ years relevant industry experience
If you are seeking personal and professional development in a challenging dynamic environment
please send your resume to:
UMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
P.O. BOX 25, SAN FERNANDO.
Applicants are also required to submit a copy of the application to:
CHIEF MANPOWER OFFICER,
Ministry of Labour & Small and Micro Enterprise Development,
50-54 Duke Street
Port of Spain
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS SEPTEMBER 27TH, 2015. 0914033
Our Company is recruiting for a dynamic individual to accept the role of Completions Specialist to operate out of our San Fernando
office. The Completions Specialist performs as Crew Leader or Crew Member and is an expert in field operations as well as the
service delivery process. The Core Completions Specialist does hands-on fieldwork using the industry's leading technology that
optimizes solutions for energy companies. The primary responsibility of the Core Completions Specialist is to deliver high quality
services to our clients. She/he is responsible for ensuring that the preparation and dispatching of equipment is complete. She/he
is directly responsible for the quality of service delivered at the well site, in terms of safety, quality and efficiency of operation is
up to standard. She/he is in charge of his/her operating cell and is responsible for the training and development of personnel
assigned to his/her cell and for the maintenance status of his/her assigned equipment.
WASHINGTON---President Barack Obama urged
Congress on Wednesday to avoid another con-
tentious budget showdown and warned that the
US economy would surely take a hit if the gov-
ernment shuts down again.
Obama blamed Republicans for the shutdown
two years ago and made clear he would so again
if it comes to that.
"You ll recall two years ago Republicans shut
down the government because they didn t like
Obamacare. Today, some are suggesting the gov-
ernment should be shut down because they don t
like Planned Parenthood," Obama said. "That s
not good sense, and it s not good business."
A partial shutdown will occur Oct. 1 unless
lawmakers provide money to keep the federal
government functioning. The Republican-led
Congress must overcome opposition from some
conservatives who want to block federal funding
for Planned Parenthood, a nonprofit organization
that provides reproductive health and other serv-
ices for women, and take other steps, to reach a
Obama used his speech to members of the Busi-
ness Roundtable to turn up the pressure on law-
makers to reach a budget agreement. He also
pointed to a potential revenue source to pay for
some of the increased investments he wants in
infrastructure, education and scientific research
--- taxing so-called "carried interest" as ordinary
income rather than as a capital gain, which is
taxed at a lower rate. The proposed change is
aimed primarily at managers of some types of
private investment funds who pay a lower tax
rate on their income than do many individuals.
He noted, without naming them, that some
Republican presidential candidates, primarily
Donald Trump and Jeb Bush, have voiced support
for increasing taxes on carried interest.
"If we close the tax loophole, we could double
the number of workers in America s job-training
programs, we could help another 4 million more
students afford college," Obama said.
This approach "is an example of how we can
maintain fiscal responsibility while at the same
time making the investments that we need to
grow," he later added.
Obama also tried to portray an improving econ-
omy that has come a long way while he s been
in office. He said it s doing better than those
countries who have embraced spending cuts to
climb their way out of tough economic times and
that "perennial gloom and doom" descriptions
are perpetuated by the presidential cam-
paign that will determine his successor.
"America s winning right now. Amer-
ica s great right now. We can do even
better," Obama said.
The Business Roundtable is made up
of chief executives from large corpora-
tions. Executives from companies such
as Procter & Gamble, AES, AT&T and
Ameriprise were among those in atten-
dance. The group released a survey this
week showing that business executives
are cautious about the US economy s
near-term prospects. The group is wor-
ried about a potential standoff regarding
the budget, and further down the road,
raising the debt ceiling.
"Predictability is critical to spur invest-
ment and unlock economic expansion
and job growth," said Randall Stephenson,
chairman of the trade group and CEO of
AT&T Inc. Stephenson added that "US
workers cannot afford the instability that
comes with inaction." (AP)
Obama calls on business leaders
to apply budget pressure
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