Venezuelan master mariner with 15 years proven shored side experience, whilst working at oil maritime terminal's positions, responsible for operations, safety, security and quality assurance positions. Previous 15 years onboard crude/product tankers, last fiver years as captain. English fluent and computer literate. Looking for shore side job where it could be useful my ship/shore experience
Major Oil & Gas COMPANY
Marine Superintendent, Karachi, Pakistan, May 2009 to date
Support a gas drilling project offshore Pakistan; responsible for setting up of the supply base and services, vessels vetting screening and on off hire survey inspections. Liaise with drilling unit operators and contractors to pre plan and coordinate the outward and back load cargo & crew changes. The position reports to the well operations manager.
NIGERIAN AGIP OIL COMPANY LTD (NAOC), ENI’s Group.
Maritime /Terminal FPSO Activities Coordinator, Lagos-Nigeria, Jan 2005 to Mar 2009.
Responsible for the implementation of the ISM and ISPS codes at AGIP's oil terminals in Nigeria, ensuring compliance with the international legislation and regulations related to the safety & security and adopting the highest standards and best practices. Prepare Oil Terminals for maritime authority’s inspections and ISM/ISPS audit. Respond to observations and keep updating the ISPS plans, port information and procedures. Daily vetting screening for tanker nominated Liaise with maritime authorities and ship /owner. The section managed crude oil export from onshore terminal and two FPSOs through four SBMs offshore.
PETROLEOS DE VENEZUELA SA, (PDVSA).
Vetting Coordinator, Puerto La Cruz, Venezuela. Aug 1994 to Jan 2003
A gradual growth through the organization, started shore side positions as marine terminal supervisor assistant, looking after SOLAS, MARPOL, ISM, ISPS, OCIMF and pollution prevention regulations compliance, to ship vetting coordinator (since 2000). After coping with the operational positions, then leader for various projects correlated to the rapid expansion of the port. The department was responsible for the security and safety operations for a marine terminal, associated to a refinery and tank farm of 12 MMBD crude oil and products to transfer 1.5 MMBD crude / products through seven jetties to tanker, which size ranges from handy size to VLCC,
VENSEA MARINE (SEACOR - TERMINALES MARACAIBO), 2003 - 2004
Captain Onboard Offshore Crew Boat 490 GRT.
CORPOVEN SA (PVSA), 1981 – 1994
Captain onboard Crude/Product Carriers. (1986-1994), Deck Officer (1975-86).
EXXON (Creole Petroleum Corporation). (Jul 1974 – Jan 1975).
Deck Cadet onboard Crude and Product Carriers.
Master Mariner Title. Merchant Marine School for Superior Studies
Caracas, Venezuela. Oct 1st, 1988 to Sept 5th, 1989.
Chief Mate Title, Merchant Marine School for Superior Studies
Caracas, Venezuela, Jan 5th, 1983 to Dec 28th, 1983.
Second Mate Title, Venezuelan Nautical School,
Catia La Mar, Venezuela, Sept1st, 1972 to Jul 28th, 1975.
UNLIMITED MASTER MARINER TITLE, CLASS 1 (DECK), WITH DANGEROUS CARGO ENDORSEMENT (DCE) FOR OIL, CHEMICAL & GAS. VALID UP TO MAY 13TH, 2012
Personal Survival at Sea, The Personal Safety and Social Responsibilities, Advanced Training on Medical Assistance, Bridge Team Cert. Chemical Tanker Training Program, Advanced Training Program on LPG Tanker, the Oil Tanker Training Program, Proficiency in Rescue Boats and Survival Craft, Training in Advanced Fire Fighting, Radar Handling and Automatic Radar Plotting Aids, Observation & Plotting Radar, General Operator (GMDSS).
• Proficiency in marine terminal operations, Ship vetting screening and inspection, Ships & Ports operations and OCIMF, ISM, ISPS, SOLAS, MARPOL Codes implementation.
• Possess initiative and make quick decisions, to deal with unexpected situations, under pressure and diverse cultural environments.
• Proven leadership skills in Ship/Onshore/Offshore head positions
• English language fluent and computer literate
• Graduate with honour (1st place), Venezuelan Nautical School, 1975.
• Leader for the ISPS Code implementation for all AGIP onshore/offshore marine facilities in Nigeria, to obtain and maintain maritime authority’s certification
• Leader for ISPS / ISM code implementation on board VENSEA Marine offshore supply vessels, at Gulf of Paria, Venezuela
• Leader for the design, installation and implementation of the Vessel Traffic System (VTS) for PDVSA’s terminals at eastern Venezuelan coast
• Leader for PDVSA ship vetting system design and implementation
• Leader for a project to implement an alternative cargo scheme, through floating hoses from shore jetties, designed for handy size tankers, to deliver full cargoes to VLCC, moored at a SBM at deeper water, while normal VLCC jetties undergone mayor maintenance.