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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Monday, August 4, 2014
A key player in the oil and gas industry is seeking one (1) qualified national and/or resident to
fill the position of:
COIL TUBING UNIT SUPERVISOR
The successful candidate will be responsible for providing guidance and training to operational
staff while adhering strictly to HSE standards.
MAJOR ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES
• Routine preventative maintenance
Manage and coordinate Coil Tubing operational staff in problem solving and international
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.
QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE
Minimum of 5 years Coil Tubing Unit experience.
Extensive knowledge in Coil Tubing Unit and Well Bore clean outs.
Coil Tubing Operation Training in area of production optimization, recompletion production
operations, initial completion programs, HSE and management skills.
Demonstrated leadership and communication skills.
Relevant computer literacy.
Copies of all supporting documents must be attached to the application and submitted
no later than August 7, 2014.
Touchstone Exploration (Trinidad) Ltd.
30 Forest Reserve Road
Trinidad West Indies
Email: jramjugsingh@territorialservices. com or
A copy of your application and resume should also be forwarded to:
Chief Manpower Officer
Ministry of Labour and Small and Micro Enterprise Development
Level 11, Riverside Plaza, Besson Street
UNSUITABLE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACKNOWLEDGED
Problem: Earla Sylvester, of Petit
Curacaye, off Santa Cruz Old Road,
said, "In my community there is a
WASA booster pump that services the
whole Petit Curacaye area. I live approx-
imately one to 1.5 minutes drive away
from the booster pump on a hill.
"The problem experienced in my
community especially for those who
live on the hill is that since 2008 we
have not been receiving a proper and/or
adequate supply of water. Requests
would be made to the authority for a
truck-borne supply of water which is
not readily available. There is either a
very long wait before you get the supply
or you don t receive any at all."
Ms Sylvester said she has contacted
both WASA and the Regulated Indus-
tries Commission (RIC) "to find out
what is the problem and why can t we
get a proper and/or adequate supply
of water. To date, no valid reason was
been forthcoming with respect to rec-
tifying this situation."
She said in a household of eight,
with young children, it is extremely
difficult and expensive to maintain with
no water, as she has to pay someone
to transport laundry to and from her
mother s house.
She said, "I am at my wits end. I
don t know where to turn. I m tired of
calling WASA and also tired of calling
RIC. As a citizen I pay my taxes which
are high and I also have a right to proper
Solution: WASA said the supply to
the Petit Curacaye area continues to
be affected by the below-normal rainfall
conditions being experienced since the
start of the wet season. This, in turn,
is affecting WASA s reserves and sub-
sequent production at the Caroni Water
Treatment Plant, which also serves
The normal schedule for Petit Cura-
caye is Mondays and Fridays from 6
pm to 6 am but with the reduced sup-
ply the schedule is sometimes not met.
A new pipeline project is due to com-
mence in the area to improve the supply
to the Petit Curacaye Booster. This will
move the level of service from two days
a week to two to five days and is esti-
mated to be completed by the end of
The authority will also continue to
provide a truck-borne water-delivery
service to supplement the lack of a
pipe-borne supply to customers in Petit
Curacaye and other areas.
Customers are asked to call the
authority s toll-free numbers at 800-
4420/4426 to make a request to receive
Problem: Pinto Road, Arima, resident
Karen Benito said she is getting the
runaround from the National Com-
mission for Self Help to complete the
necessary work on her house so she
could bring her daughter home from
Ms Benito said although her four-
and-a-half-year-old daughter Nariella
Mitchell, who was diagnosed with
spinal muscular dystrophy over three
years ago, was officially discharged
from the High Dependency Unit, Eric
Williams Medical Sciences Complex,
Mt Hope, since January, Nariella
remains warded, as the construction
on Ms Benito s home is unfinished.
She said she submitted an application
for a $15,000 grant to the commission s
office on June 17, but no assessment
officer contacted her, even though she
visited the office on three separate
occasions to follow up.
Solution: The National Commission
for Self Help confirmed that Benito s
application had been received and said
an officer has been assigned to do a
More water in
by year end
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