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Title: Aruba Esso news
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 30-44 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Lago Oil and Transport Company, Ltd
Publisher: Lago Oil and Transport Co., Ltd.
Place of Publication: Aruba Netherlands Antilles
Creation Date: August 1978
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Language: Text in English and papiamento.
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&AMDAN Esso

Lago Oil & Transport Co., Ltd.

Aruba, Netherlands Antilles
VOL. 39 No. 8


Julio Curiel Nombra Division Superintendent

Di HDS Den Process Department September 1


August 1978


Entrante September 1, 1978, Julio
F. Curiel lo bira Division Superinten-
dent di HDS Division den Process
Department. Promer cu e promo-
cion aki, el tabata Facilities Planner
den Planning and Control Section di
Oil Movement & Shipping Division.
Julio tin mas cu 27 anja di servicio,
tur den Process Department. Des-
pues di gradua di Lago Vocational
School el a ser asignA den Process -
Cracking (awor Fuels) na 1950. Te
cu 1963 el a progress den various
position di process y na 1965 el a
ser promovi pa Process Technician,
responsible pa actividadnan di
combustion den henter refineria. Na
1967 el a traha riba e Proyecto di
Consolidacion di Control House te
cu promer parti di 1969 ora cu el a
haya e puesto di maintenance coor-
dinator den Fuels Division. Despues
di progress pa Shift Foreman el a


G. M. Nicholson


George Nicholson Promovi
Pa Zone Supervisor Den
Mechanical Department
Entrante Augustus 1, 1978, George
M. D. Nicholson a asumi responsabi-
lidad di Zone Supervisor den Mecha-
nical Instrument & Electrical Main-
tenance Section. Promer cu su pro-
mocion, George tabata actua den e
position aki for di Juli anja pasa.
George, kende ta un graduado di
Ingenieria Electrica di Universidad
di Delft, Hulanda for di 1974, a join
(Continua na pag. 4)


transfer pa e Proyecto HDS durante
ultimo parti di 1969.
Durante startmento di HDS-I, Julio
a skirbi e manual di operation pa e
unidad V2AR y a keda encargA cu e
actividadnan preparatorio pa e start-
mento di e unidad. Despues cu e
proyecto HDS-I a terminal, el a muda








7.0



J. F. Curel

pa area di pipestillnan den Fuels
caminda el a ser promovf pa Process
Foreman na October 1972. Na Juni
1974, despues di un asignacion di 18
(Continua na pagina 3)

Bob Arrendell Promoted

In Technical-Process T
Effective August 1, 1978, J. Robert
(Bob) Arrendell was promoted to
Supervising Engineer of the HDS
Section in Technical Process Tech-
nical Services Division. Bob, who
had been a Contact Engineer for
Gofiners/Hydrofiners since his em-
ployment in May last year, most re-
cently was assigned to the pipestill
area.
A former student of the St.
Augustinus College in San Nicolas,
Bob obtained a diploma in Automo-
tive Mechanic from the John F. Ken-
nedy Technical School in Oranjestad
in 1956. In 1973, he graduated from
the Indiana Institute of Technology
with a B.S. degree in Chemical En-
gineering.
Bob's first work experience was as
a Mechanic at Petrona & Croes in


J. W. Jackson


Jerry W. Jackson Named
Di v i s i o n Superintendent
Of Economics & Planning
Effective September 1, 1978, Jerry
W. Jackson will become Division
Superintendent of the Economics &
Planning Division in the Business
Planning and Supply Department.
With this promotion, Jerry is replacing
Hank W. Bryce, who is transferring
to Imperial Oil, Canada.
Jerry received his B.S. degree in
Electrical Engineering from the Vir-
ginia Polytechnic Institute in 1965.
He worked six years in the DuPont
(Continued on page 2)

to Supervising Engineer

technical Services Div.
1957. He later worked at the Hydro-
ponics Farm, and in 1968, after
working five years at the Aruba Che-
mical Industries where he rose to
Shift Supervisor, he left for the
U.S.A. During his college years, Bob
(Continued on page 4)


J. R. Arrendell







2 ARUBA ESSO NEWS August 1978


N-u4


Editor: Mrs. L 1. de Cuba Photographs by : Joe's Photographic Service
Senior Editor: A. Werleman Printer: Verenlgde Antllliaanse Drukkerijen N.V.


Pre-Treatment of Crude Oil in Desalters Prevent

Contaminants from Damaging No. 516 Pipestills
With the high salt content of some crystalline salt, and carbon particles,
of the crudes processed at Lago, etc. are also removed during the
desalting of crude can be a major desalting process.
factor in reducing down time and im- The $2 million desalter project was
proving operation of the Pipestills. undertaken to prevent serious dam-
With this in mind, Lago with assis- age to distillation equipment caused
tance from ER&E revamped the by corrosion, coke formation,
existing desalters at Pipestills 5 and plugging and heat transfer reduction.
6. In the revamped process, salt and Additionally, the fuel oil product from
other impurities are removed from the desalted crude will result in high-
crude oil stocks before they enter er quality.
distillation equipment. The project design provided maxi-
To accomplish this, recovered pro- mum utilization of Lago surplus
cess fresh water is mixed with the (Continued on page 5)


crude to dissolve the salt and the
brine-rich water is separated from
the crude in the desalter vessel. To
promote cleaner separation of oil/
water at the desalter, a demulsifying
chemical is injected into the crude
stream. The water in the crude and
the chemical are thoroughly mixed
when the crude passes through a
mixing valve. When this stream en-
ters the desalter vessel, electrical
forces from a high voltage electrical
field cause the small droplets of
water to merge onto the bottom of
the vessel. From there, the accumu-
lated water is continuously and auto-
matically withdrawn, while the
desalted oil flows out from the top of
the desalter vessel into the distilla-
tion system.
Not only water and salt, but
varying amounts of other contami-
nants such as silt, iron oxides, sand,


Lago 01 & Transport Co Ltd.
- - M


I Jackson Named Division Superintendent I


(Continued
petrochemical industry in North
Carolina and Virginia where he held
supervisory positions, before joining
Lago in 1972. His first assignment
was as Senior Engineer in Technical
- Mechanical Engineering Division as
Contact Engineer for HDS-I and
refinery process units and the Re-
fining Operations Center (ROC).
In 1973 he was promoted to Super-
vising Engineer in charge of the
Instrument & Electrical Engineering
Section in MED. During the past
three years, Jerry has worked in the
Economics & Planning Division as
Senior Engineering Associate, and
Supervising Engineer in Crude &
Products Coordination, first in Short
Range Economics and in 1977, in the


from page 1)
Coordination Section. He recently
completed an acting assignment as
Division Superintendent Crude &
Products Coordination.
Jerry took several management
courses at DuPont. At Lago he has
followed courses on Attractiveness
of Investment, Technical Program-
ming, Protective Coatings and
Corrosion, Management Develop-
ment, Process Economics and Linear
Progamming. He also attended a
National Computer Conference in
New York, and a Systems Engineer-
ing (Foxboro) course in Massachu-
setts.
Jerry and his wife Nancy and
children Jeffrey (7) and Julia (4) are
residents of Seroe Colorado.


Participants in the Refinery
Economics Course held from
July 24-28 at Lago are here (I to
r front row): Bruce D. Monus,
Instructor J. Beck of EIC, N.Y.,
Romulo Hernandez, Ken Brook,
William R. Fricks, John M. Hol-
zer, Eric Bruyn, Rex E. Crego -
Esso Caribbean and R.D. Laredo
- Esso Argentina. Back row:
Russell Dowling, Tom Stelger-
wald, David S. Samson, Hum-
phrey Theysen, Rudy Koopmans,
Ken Bool, Antonio Nemecek,
Andre R. Chrlstiaan, Ronald PI-
nas, Bernhard Kalls, Oswin Koei-
man, Richard G. Eman and Hec-
tor Tamargo Esso Argentina.
Not in picture: Bruce Overbay,
Instructor of EIC & Joe Alleyne.


(sso


Bob Arrendell Ta Promovi
Como Supervising Engineer
Den Technical P. T. S.
Entrante 1 di Augustus, J Robert
(Bob) Arrendell a ser promovi pa
Supervising Engineer di HDS Section
den Technical Process Technical
Services Division. Bob, kende tabata
un Contact Engineer pa e Gofiners/
Hydrofiners for di tempo cu el ser
empled anja pasa, mas recientemente
a ser asignA den distrito di pipestill-
nan.
Un anterior estudiante di St.
Augustinus College na San Nicolas,
Bob a obtene su diploma di mecanico
di John F. Kennedy School na Oran-
jestad na 1956. Na 1973, el a gradua
di Indiana Institute of Technology cu
un grado di bachiller den Ingenieria
Quimica.
Bob su prome experiencia di
trabao tabata como MecAnico na
Petrona & Croes na 1957- Despues
el a traha na Aruba Hydroponics
(ContinuA na pagina 6)







ARUBA ESSO NEWS


nuI fuol i, *u


Hank Bryce Accepts Position at Imperial Oil Julio F. Curiel Is Promoted

As Process Superintendent of IOCO Refinery To division Superintendent
Of Process HOS Sept. 1
Henry (Hank) W. Bryce, currently A 1967 B.S. graduate in chemical Effective September 1, 1978 Juli
Division Superintendent of Econo- engineering from the University of F. urie will become Division Super-
mics & Planning Division in the British Columbia, Hank transferred intendent of the HDS Division in
Business Planning and Supply De- to Lago from Imperial Oil's IOCO e Department of the HDS D division in
apartment, has accepted the position Refinery in 1969. His first assignment process Department. Pio t is
of Process Superintendent at Im- was as Contact Engineer for Oil promotionhe was Facilities Planner
perial Oil's IOCO Refinery located Movements in Technical Process of Oi Movements & Shipping Divi-
at Vancouver, British Columbia, Engineering Division where he ad- sion.


Canada. Hank, who will be leaving
Aruba around mid-September, will be
succeeded by Jerry W. Jackson.


SI
H. W. Bryce


vanced to Senior Engineer. -ollow-
ing an assignment on the HDS-II pro-
ject in 1972, he transferred to Pro-
cess Fuels the following year as
process foreman Hydrogen Plants,
and later moved to Oil Movements
Division as blending foreman.
In 1975 Hank was named Assistant
Employee Relations Manager. The
following year, he was promoted to
Division Superintendent of Techni-
nical Economics & Planning Divi-
sion.
Returning to Canada with Hank
next month are his wife Beverly and
their children Robyn (7), Jennifer (5)
and Bill (3), who were all born in
Aruba.


I Curiel Nombri Division Superintendent I
(Continua di pag. 1) nan I y II den Public Accountant di
luna ariba startmento di HDS-II, ICS, incluyendo Accounting Practico,
Julio a bolbe na Fuels Division como General y Avanza, Cost Accounting y
Process Foreman pa plantanan Auditing, y un curso di Ingles Prac-
Hidr6geno. tico di Career Institute.
Na Juni 1975, Julio a bira e pro- Julio ta gusta bowling, leza y
hunga tennis den su tempo liber. El
mer empleado local den rango di y su casA Lucy y yiunan Julio
gerencia pa bai ariba un asignacion Francisco (12) y Zelda Emma (10) ta
na exterior como consehero di biba na Pos Chiquito #101.
startmento -di plant. Despues di
traha diez-cuatro luna ariba start-
mento di Esso Belgia su refineria di
300,000 bari pa dia na Antwerpen,
Julio a ser asigna na Lago su Oil
Movement Division, caminda el a
traha den actividadnan di mezcla-
mento di product, planeamento y
operation di trabao.
Durante e anjanan cu el ta cu


Lago, Julio a sigui various curso
patrocinA pa Lago, manera Organi-
zation Development Lab, Effective
Management, Effective Letter y Re-
port Writing, Kepner-Tregoe y Refi-
nery Economics. Na 1967 el a
atende un curso di un luna tocante
DDC Computer Programming na
Phoenix, Arizona, y un program di
entrenamento di computer pa unidad-
nan HDS na Florham Park, New Jer-
sey na 1971. Ariba su propio inicia-
tiva, el a complete un curso PrActico
den Accounting di American Associa-
tion of Commercial Colleges y curso-


Julio has over 27 years of service,
all in the Process Department. After
graduating from the Lago Vocational
School he was assigned to Process -
Cracking (now Fuels) in 1950. Until
1963 he progressed through the dif-
ferent process positions and in 1965
he was promoted to Process Tech-
nician, responsible for combustion
activities throughout the refinery. In
1967 he was assigned to the Control
House Consolidation Project, until
early 1969 when he assumed the po-
sition of maintenance coordinator in
the Fuels Division. After advancing
to Shift Foreman, he transferred to
the HDS Project in late 1969.

During the HDS-1 start-up, Julio
wrote the operating manual for the
V2AR unit and was charged with
pre-startup activities of the unit. Af-
ter completion of the HDS-I project,
he transferred to the pipestills area
in Fuels where he was promoted to
Process Foreman in October 1972.
In June 1974, following an 18-month
assignment on the HDS-II start-up
(Continued on page 7)


Lago scholarship recipients were officially presented with their awards on July 28 In
Room 200 of the General Office Building where they signed their scholarship contracts.
The students, who were accompanied by their parents, were met by members of the
Lago Scholarship Foundation and Training Section. Above, they can be seen in the
G.O.B. Lobby with LSF Chairman Marclano Angela (left) and LSF Treasurer and
Secretary Carlos Z. de Cuba and Stefford Courtar of the Training Section.


INNER


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ARUBA ESSO NEWSAust17


At left Is the MARAVEN football team
from Venezuela who visited Aruba during
the latter part of July upon Invitation
from the Lago/IOWUA football selection
team.




Na banda robez ta e team di futbol
MARAVEN di Venezuela cu a bishita
Aruba durante ultimo part di Jull ariba
Invitacion di e team di selection di Lago/
IOWUA.


ft! A tsaI jf A M
^.ltRA^^tI is8

Hjt'10Jjci Jr


This young
Sport Park
right). The


lady officially opened the first match held in the
between the visiting team and Lago/IOWUA (at
visitors won 1-0. Their second game, against the


Esso Stompers at the Lone Palm Stadium also ended in their
favor with a score of 4-1.


George Nicholson Promovi


(ContinuA di pag. 1)

Lago su Technical Department e
mesun anja como Senior Engineer.
E siguiente anja el a muda di Mecha-
nical Engineering Division pa Project
Development Division. El a bai bek
na MED na 1976.

George a complete MULO na Aruba
y a continue su estudionan na Hulan-
da. Na 1964 el a recibi su grado di
bachiller como Ingeniero Elctrico
na e HTS na Zwolle, y e siguiente
tres anjanan el a traha y studia pa
haya su certificado como Maestro di
Technische School na 1967. Na 1968
George a recibi su HBS diploma
cual a dun'ele oportunidad pa bai
Delft en busca di su grado di
maestro den ingenieria el6ctrica.
For di 1974 el ta miembro di Konink-
lijke Instituut voor Ingenieurs.

Na Lago, George a sigui various
curso, incluyendo Kepner-Tregoe,
Refinery Economics, Static Exciter
y Lago Mechanical Engineering


I
sigui un curso
mantencion y


,;.' t
E senjorita aki oficialmente a habri e promer wega teni den
Sport Park entire e team bishitante y Lago/IOWUA (ariba). E
bishltantenan a gana 1-0. Nan segundo wega, contra Esso
Stompers na Lone Palm Stadium, tambe a terminal na nan favor,
cu un score di 4-1.


I Arrendell Promoted
(Continued from page 1)
worked part-time at Gridcraft Inc. in
Fort Wayne, Indiana, and one year
full time after graduating. In 1974 he
returned to Aruba. Bob worked
three years at ACI, and held the po-
sition of Production Engineer before
joining Lago.
Since his Lago employment, Bob
has followed Kepner-Tregoe, Pro-
cess Design, Safety in Design, Effec-
tive Supervision, MCS Project Mana-
gement courses, and has participated
in a fire training program.
An accomplished musician, Bob
enjoys playing the piano and singing,
and is a member of the Aruba Mixed
Choir. He is active in bowling, brid-
ge, chess and tennis, and loves
gardening. Bob, who is chairman of
the Community Church Board, lives
in Seroe Colorado with his wife
Sharon and sons Dino (13), Gino (12),
Jimmy (5) and Bobby (3 months).


School. Tambe
di coordinacion


electricidad di Multi-Amp na Dallas,
Texas.

Ora cu el no ta traha George ta
dedica su tempo na studio y depor-
te. Su interest principal ta educa-
cion. Actualmente el ta studiando
derecho y el ta spera di haya su
grado di "meester in de rechten"
pronto. Asina mes el ta haya tempo
pa duna les den Informacion, Tele-
Comunicacion y Electr6nica na Tech-
nische Leraren Opleiding. Su
hobbynan ta hunga tennis, schaak,
cushina y traha den hoffi, mientras
cu lezamento tin specialmente su
interest. El ta gusta bukinan tocante
historic y archeologia, specialmente
den Medio Oriente. Den un future
no muy distant, George tin plan pa
studia sea medicine of economic.

El y su casa Loes y nan yiunan
Jennifer (4) y David (2) ta biba na
Seroe Colorado.


ARUBA ESSO NEWS


August 1978







ARUBA ESSO NEWS


Lago, Exxon Chemical and Howe-Baker Engineering personnel
involved in the construction and startup of the desalting facili-


Personal dl Lago, Exxon Chemical y Howe-Baker Engineers
Involvl den e construcclon y startmento di e facilldadnan pa


ties can be seen here at the site. saca salo for dl crudo ta ski na e Instalaclonnan.


Pre-Treatment of
(Continued from page 2)

equipment and fresh water conser-
vation. The desalting water used to
treat the crude oil prior to processing
is taken from steam condensate from
vacuum and atmospheric pipestill
distillate drums.

On August 14, a 48-hour test run
was performed on the Pipestill No. 5
desalter. Showing signs of serving
its purpose, desalting efficiency
measured as 80% of salt removed,
reaches-almost 900/,

Prior to the test, key operators of
No. 5 and 6 Pipestill units attended
a training session conducted by Ty
Banerjee of Technical Project De-
velopment Division, who designed
the system and coordinated the test.
He was assisted by Jerry Cundiff of
Howe-Baker Engineers who discussed
the mechanical aspects and electrical
system of the desalter vessel. Steve
Schultheis and Manuel Parra of Exxon
Chemical explained the application
of demulsifying chemical to increase
desalter efficiency.

Glenn Maloney of PTS, Martines
Leo and Benny Alders of Process -
Fuels also provided technical assist-
ance in conducting the test.

Project engineer for the No. 5 and
6 Pipestill Desalter Project was Al


Crude in Desalters
Britten of Project Development Di-
vision. Errol Brown, Stanley Lejuez
and Max Emanuels of the Contract
Execution Zone supervised Fouad
Younan of Mechanical Engineering
provided assistance with the electri-
cal installation and instrumentation.

Contractors assigned to the Desalt-
er Project were McKee Company,
Nahar Steel Construction, Wout and
Unicon.


Crudo Trata den Desalter
Ta Preveni cu Salo Danja
Equiponan di Distilacion
Considerando e halto contenido
di salo cu tin den algun di e crudo-
nan cu ta ser procesA na Lago,
sacamento di salo for di crudo por
ser un factor important den reduc-
cion di e tempo cu un plant
master ta fuera di servicio y den e
mehoramiento di operation di e
Pipestillnan. Cu esaki en mente,
Lago cu asistencia di ER&E a


(Continua na pagina 8)


This large vessel
is the newly con-
structed desalter
feed water drum
which is part of the
No. 5/6 Pipestill
Desalter Project,
shown with the
water charge pump
at right and feed-
water exchangers
at far right The
demulsifying chemi-
cal Injection facili-
ties can be seen at


7-4M. .- ta r M a -l -


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August 1978


rear left







n'-U-- .-'


30 and 25-Year Service Award Recipients


all HI 'wrus N 1


George J. Cvejanovich of Medical Admi-
nistration (center) In picture at left, fol-
lowing presentation of his 30-year service
award with Vice President R. M. Douglas
and Medical Director J. A. M. de Ruyter.


Thomas Thljsen (center) is presented his
30-year service award on July 19. With
him are Fire Chief Chin Harms and In-
dustrial Security Administrator Jim


Brooke.


Francisco Maduro (2nd left) of Industrial Security -
Lago Police here receives his 30-year service em-
blem and certificate on his anniversary July 20.


Miguel A. Everon (2nd right) of Mechanical Cleanout accepts a 25-year
service watch on the occasion of his anniversary August 4.


I
(Continua di pag. 2)
Farm, y na 1968, despues di traha
cinco anja na Aruba Chemical In-
dustries caminda el a bira Shift Su-
pervisor, el a bai Merca. Durante
su anjanan na universidad, Bob a
traha parti di tempo na Gridcraft Inc.
na Fort Wayne, Indiana, y un anja
complete despues di graduation.
Na 1974 el a bolbe Aruba. Bob a


Bob Arrendell Promovi
traha tres anja na ACI, y el a ocupa
e position di Production Engineer
promer cu el a join Lago.
Desde su empleo cu Lago, Bob a
tuma e siguiente cursonan: Kepner-
Tregoe, Process Design, Safety in
Design, Effective Supervision y MCS
Project Management, y el a participa
tambe den un program pa sinja
paga candela.


Un mtsico capacity, Bob ta gusta
toca piano y canta, y el ta miembro
di Arubaanse Gemengd Koor. El ta
active den bowling, bridge, schaak
y tennis, y el ta gusta traha den hoffi.
Bob, kende ta president di directive
di Community Church, ta biba na
Seroe Colorado cu su casa Sharon
y yiunan Dino (13), (Gino (12),
Jimmy (5) y Bobby (3 luna).


. sea


- July 1978
At far left, Earl C. Cook
(2nd r) of Controller's MCS
C.S. & Computers with
Vice President Roy M.
Douglas and department
representatives after pre-
sentation of his 30-year ser-
vice award on July 19.


At left, Clyde C. Rodkey
(2nd r) of Technical Pro-
Ject Development Division,
who was also presented
with his 30-year service
award on July 19. He is
shown with Vice President
Per Nord (far left) and de-
partment representatives.


ARUBA ESSO NEWS


Au ust 1978







ARUBA ESSO NEWS


August 1010 ARB SONW


Before leaving for Texas to participate In the Industrial Fire Protection Courses given
at Texas A&M University at College Station from July 30 August 4, these employees
posed for a picture with Process Manager Don J. Gardner, at left, and Industrial
Security Administrator Jim Brooke, at right They are from left to right standing: Er-
nesto A. Williams, Volunteer Fire Brigade Captain; Theodoor V. Ruiz, VFB Lieutenant;
Albino Martijn of Process Oil Movements and Shipping; and Juan de D.L. Kock, VFB
Pumper Operator. Left to right, kneeling: Emiliano Flanegln of Process-Fuels, Adel-
bertus E. Britten of Process HDS, Segundo de Kort, VFB Captain, and Frits Maduro
of Process Fuels.


George Nicholson Promoted to Zone Supervisor

In Mech. InstrumentlElectrical Maintenance


Effective August 1, 1978, George
M. D. Nicholson assumed the respon-
sibility of Zone Supervisor in Mecha-
nical Instrument & Electrical Main-
tenance Section. Prior to this
promotion, George had been acting
in this position since July last year.
An Electrical Engineering graduate
from the Delft University in Holland
in 1974, George joined Lago's Tech-
nical Department that same year as
a Senior Engineer. The following
year he moved from the Mechanical
Engineering Division to the Project
Development Division. He was re-
assigned to MED in 1976.
George completed the MULO cur-
riculum in Aruba and continued his
studies in Holland. In 1964 he re-
ceived his B.S. degree in Electrical
Engineering at the HTS in Zwolle,
and the following three years he
worked and studied to obtain his
Technical Teacher's certificate in
1967. In 1968 George received his
HBS diploma which enabled him to
enroll at the Delft University in pur-
suit of his master's degree. Since
1974 he is a member of the Dutch
Royal Institute of Engineers.
At Lago, George has followed
several courses, including Kepner-
Tregoe, Refinery Economics, Static
Exciter and Lago Mechanical Engi-


neering School. He also followed a
Multi-Amp Electrical and Maintenan-
ce Coordination course at Dallas,
Texas.
Off the job, George dedicates his
(Continued on page 8)
Curiel Promoted
(Continued from page 3)
activities, Julio returned to the Fuels
Division as Process Foreman for the
Hydrogen Plants.
In June 1975, Julio became the first
local MPT employee to undertake an
overseas assignment as startup ad-
viser. After working fourteen months
on the start-up of Esso Belgium's 300
MB/D refinery at Antwerp, Julio was
assigned to Lago's Oil Movements
Division, where until recently he was
involved in a variety of blending,
planning and operations activities.
Over the years, Julio followed
various sponsored courses, including
Organization Development Lab, Ef-
fective Management, the Effective
Letter and Report Writing courses,
Kepner-Tregoe and Refinery Econo-
mics. In 1967 he attended a one-
month DDC Computer Programming
course in Phoenix, Arizona, and an
on-site computer training program
for HDS units at Florham Park, New
Jersey in 1971. On his own initiative,
he completed a Practical Account-


Jerry W. Jackson Nombra
Division Superintendent
Di Economics & Planning
Efectivo September 1, 1978, Jerry
W. Jackson lo bira Division Super-
intendent di Economics & Planning
Division den Business Planning and
Supply Department. Cu e promocion
aki, Jerry ta reemplaza Hank W.
Bryce, kende lo transfer pa Imperial
Oil, Canada.
Jerry a recibi su grado di bachiller
den Ingenieria Electrica di Virginia
Polytechnic Institute na 1965. El a
traha seis anja cu e industrial petro-
quimico DuPont na North Carolina y
Virginia caminda el a ocupa pues-
tonan supervisorio, promer cu el a
join Lago na 1972. Su promer
asignacion tabata como Senior
Engineer den Technical Mechanical
Engineering Division como Ingeniero
di Contacto pa HDS-I y unidadnan
di process y Refining Operations
Center (ROC).
Na 1973 el a ser promovi pa
Supervising Engineer encargd cu
Instrument & Electrical Engineering
Section den MED. Durante reciente
tres anjanan, Jerry a traha den Eco-
nomics & Planning Division como
Senior Engineering Associate, y
Supervising Engineer den Crude &
Products Coordination, promer den
Short Range Economics y na 1977,
den Coordination Section. Recien-
temente el a complete un asignacion
como Division Superintendent inte-
rino di Crude & Products Coordina-
tion.
Jerry a tuma various curso pa
gerencia na DuPont. Na Lago el a
sigui cursonan : Attractiveness of
Investment, Technical Programming,
Protective Coatings and Corrosion,
Management Development, Process
Economics y Linear Programming.
Tambe el a participa den un Con-
ferencia di National Computer na
New York, y un curso Systems
Engineering (Foxboro) na Massachu-
setts.
Jerry y su casa Nancy y yiunan
Jeffrey (7) y Julia (4) ta residents di
Seroe Colorado.
ing Course from the American Asso-
ciation of Commercial Colleges and
Public Accountant courses I and II
from ICS, including Practical, Gene-
ral and Advanced Accounting, Cost
Accounting and Auditing, and a
practical English Course from Career
Institute.
Julio enjoys bowling, reading and
playing tennis in his leisure time.
He and his wife Lucy and children,
Julio Francisco (12) and Zelda Emma
(10), live at Pos Chiquito #101.


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Kim Cutright (above), an overseas technician for the Kim Cutright (ariba), un tecnico dl Antilles Industrial Services C.V. (ANIS)
Antilles Industrial Services C. V. (ANIS) is currently teach- actualmente ta dunando un curso tocante Testmento No-Destructivo na
ng a Non-Destructive Testing Course at Lago for equip- Lago pa personal cu ta inspecciona equpo dl Lago E. I. S., ANIS y
ment Inspection personnel from Lago-E. I. S., ANIS and
the Government and also Lago and Government safety Goblerno, y tambe inspectoran dl seguridad di Lago y Goblerno. E cur-
Inspectors. The course is given every Friday and on so ta ser duna tur Diablerna y cada pasa Diasabra y ta cubri topiconan
alternate Saturdays and covers such topics as X-Ray manera Metodonan di X-Ray, Radio-grafica, y metodonan dl testmento
Methods, Radio Graphics, MAG particle and ultrasonic ultrasonlco. Sr. Cutright, kende ta usa videotape y ta duna demonstra-
testing methods. Mr. Cutright, who uses videotapes and
gives actual demonstrations, is aslsted by Victor Holder clonnan cu equipo di testmento, ta ser asisti door di Victor Helder dl
of Lago E. S. Lago EIS.


I Crudo Tral
(Continua di pag. 5)
reconstrui e actual unidadnan pa
saca salo (desalter) na Pipestill 5 y
6. Den e process di reconstruction,
salo y otro impureza ta ser sacA for
di e azeta crudo promer cu nan
drenta equiponan di distilacion.
Pa logra esaki, awa fresco usa
den process ta ser usa atrobe pa
mezcla cue crudo pa disolve e salo,
y e awa sal aki ta ser separh for di
e crudo den e equipo pa saca salo.
Pa logra un separacion mas limpi
di azeta/awa den e "desalter' un sub-
stancia quimica ta ser inject den e
crudo. E awa den e crudo y e sub-
stancia quimica ta ser completamen-
te mezcli ora cu e crudo pasa den e
valve mezclador. Ora cu e mezcla
aki drenta e "desalter", forza elec-
trica di un carga electric di halto
voltahe ta causa cu gotanan di awa
den e crudo ta bini hunto den e bom
di e "desalter." For di eynan e awa
acumuli continuamente y automati-
camente ta ser saca, mientras cu e
azeta for di cual salo a ser sacA ta
sail for di e parti ariba di e "desalter"
y ta bai den e sistema di distilacion.
No solamente awa y salo, sino
tambe various cantidad variA di otro
contaminante manera sedimentacion,
frusto di hero, santo, salo cristalino,
y pida-pida carbon, etc. tambe ta ser
kitA den e process di sacamento di
salo.
E proyecto pa saca salo for di
crudo cual a costa 2 million dollar a


ta den Desalter
ser haof pa preveni danjo na equi-
ponan di distilacion causA pa coro-
sion, formacion di "coke", tapa-
mento den linjanan y reduction di
transferencia di calor. Ademas, e
product combustible di crudo sin
salo lo result den un product di
mas halto calidad.
Den e disenjo di e proyecto
maximo utilizacion di Lago su equi-
ponan surplus, y conservation di
awa fresco a ser haci. E awa usa pa
saca salo y trata e azeta crudo pro-
mer cu e procesamento, ta ser tuma
for di steam condens& di e drumnan
di distilacion.
Ariba 14 di Augustus, un test di
48 hora a ser corri ariba e "desalter"
di Pipestill No. 5. Demonstrando
senjalnan di sirbi su prop6sito,
eficacia den sacamento di salo midi
na 80% di salo saca, a alcanza casi
900/.
Promer cu e testnan, operatornan
principal di Pipestillnan No. 5 y 6 a
atende un session di entrenamento
conduct pa Ty Banerjee di Technical
Project Development Division,
kende a disenja e sistema y a coor-
dina e test. El a ser asisti door di
Jerry Cundiff di Howe-Bakers Engi-
neers kende a papia tocante di a
aspectonan mecAnico y sistema
el(ctrico di e "desalter." Steve
Schultheis y Manuel Parra di Exxon
Chemical a splica e aplicacion di e
qufmica demulsificador pa aumenta
eficacia di a process di sacamento


I Nicholson Promoted
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time to study and sports. His main
interest is education. He is current-
ly studying law and hopes to receive
his degree soon. He also finds time
to teach Informatics, Tele-communi-
cation and Electronics at the Techni-
cal Teacher's Training School. His
hobbies are tennis, chess, cooking
and gardening, while reading has his
special interest. He enjoys books on
history and archeology, especially of
the Middle East. In the not too dis-
tant future, George plans to study
either medicine or economics.
He and his wife Loes and their
children Jennifer (4) and David (2)
live in Seroe Colorado.

di salo.
Glenn Moloney di PTS, Martines
Leo y Benny Alders di Process-Fuels
tambe a duna asistencia tecnico den
e testmento.
Ingeniero di proyecto pa e proyecto
"desalter" na Pipestill No. 5 y 6 taba-
ta Al Britten di Project Development
Division. Errol Brown, Stanley Lejuez
y Max Emanuels di Contract Execu-
tion Zone a supervise e trabao di
construction di e proyecto "desalter"
den plant. Eric Bruyn y Fouad You-
nan di Mechanical Engineering a du-
na asistencia cu e instalacion eldc-
trico y instrumentation.
Contratistanan asigna na e Pro-
yecto "Desalter" tabata McKee Com-
pany, Nahar Steel Construction, Wout
y Unicon.


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August 1978