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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: June 20, 1975
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Lago Oil & Transport Co., Ltd.

Aruba, Netherlands Antilles


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VOL. 36 No. 6


F. P. D. Bergen


C. Kwidama


N. Quant


June 20, 1975


H. G. Tromp


Bergen, Kwidama, Lioe-A-Tjam, Quant, Tromp Promoted June 1st


Effective June 1, 1975, P. Frederik
(Freddy) D. Bergen was promoted to
Engineering Technician in Technical-
Mechanical Engineering Division, Car-
los Kwidama and Laurens H. Lioe-A-
Tjam progressed to Mechanical Su-
pervisors in Mechanical M&C Divi-
sion, Nicolaas (Nick) Quant advanced
to Materials Technician in Materials
Division Procurement Section, and
Hendricus G. Tromp moved up to
ROC Technician in Process ROC,
Utilities & Light Ends. With these pro-
motions, all attained management sta-
tus.

FREDDY BERGEN was originally
employed by the Aruba Chemical In-
dustries on August 6, 1966 and join-
ed Lago in April, 1970 as an Engineer-
ing Assistant B in the Mechanical-
Equipment Inspection Group. He was
promoted to Engineering Assistant A
in August, 1971.
Freddy completed the Aruba Tech-
nical School curriculum for Machinist
in 1961. At the Technical School of
Maarsbergen, Holland, he completed
an Advanced Arc Welding Course in


1963 and in 1964 he obtained the fi-
nal diploma for Arc Welding from the
Netherlands Association for Welding
Technology.
At the Aruba Chemical Industries,


Freddy also completed courses in Ba-
sic Mechanical Practices 1 & 2, Basic
Plant Practices and Welding I.
While in Lago's Equipment Inspec-
(Continued on page 7)


Lee R. Raymond Named DirectorlVice-President


Mr. Lee R. Raymond, Planning Ma-
nager of the Supply and Transporta-
tion Department of Exxon Internatio-
nal, New York, has been named a Di-
rector and Vice-President of Lago.
Mr. Raymond will assume his new res-
ponsibilities about July 1, 1975.
After earning his Bachelor of
Science degree in Chemical Engineer-
ing from the University of Wisconsin
and subsequently his Ph. D. degree
from the University of Minnesota in
1963, Mr. Raymond joined the Exxon
Corporation as a Research Engineer
in Production Research, Tulsa, Okla-
homa. In 1965, he moved to the Pro-
duction Research function of Exxon
U.S A. in Houston, Texas, as a Senior
Reservoir Engineer.
He transferred to Creole Petroleum
Corporation in Caracas, Venezuela,


in 1966 as Data Processing Adminis-
trator and returned to Houston in 1968
as Senior Reservoir Specialist. Later
the same year he became Superviso-
ry Analyst in the Headquarters Supply
Department of Exxon U.S.A.
In 1970 he moved to Exxon Inter-
(Continued on page 3)

--B--- 'sssa m


Julio Curiel Ta Asumi Encargo di 1 Anja Como

Startup Supervisor na Refineria di Antwerpen


Ariba Diahuebs, Mei 29, Julio F.
Curiel, un Process Foreman den Pro-
cess-Fuels Division, su esposa Lucia
y nan dos yiu, Julio Francisco (9) y
Zelda Emma (7 anja), a laga aeropuer-
to Beatrix cu destination Antwerpen.
Julio a ser asignA na Esso Belgica
na Antwerpen pa mas of menos un
anja como supervisor pa startmento
di varies unidad di e refineria su com-


plex desulfurador nobo, cualnan ta
similar na e unidadnan HDS di Lago.
El lo ser involvi den e entrenamento
promer y despues di startmento y lo
ta responsible pa startmento di Va-
cuum Pipestill, e plantanan desulfu-
rador (yama hydrofiners y gofiners) y
pa e facilidadnan pa trata gas. El ta
e promer empleado di Lago cu ta bai
(ContinuB na pag. 6)


Process Foreman Julio Curiel, his wife
Lucia and two children leaving Aruba
for Antwerp, where Jullo will be start-
up supervisor for several HDS units of
the Esso Belgium Refinery.
Process Foreman Jullo Curiel, su esposa
Lucia y dos ylu ta sail di Aruba pa Ant-
werpen, unda Jullo Io ta supervisor pa
startmento di varlos unldad HDS na Re-
flnerla di Esso Belglca.


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June 20 17


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Editor: A. Werleman Photographer: J. M. de Cuba
Co-Editor: Mrs. L. I. de Cuba Printer: Verenigde Antilliaanse Drukkerijen N.V.


Help School Children
Enj

For a month or so starting July 7, over
17,600 youngsters in Aruba will have their
long school vacation and we will want
them to spend their holidays In a fitting
and specially safe manner, Indoors or
outdoors.
It's a time they themselves can help
provide a clean environment around the
house by eliminating harmful objects,


joy a Safe Vacation!
such as broken glass and castaway nail-
studded pieces of timber. They should
also be cautioned against hazards of
climbing, falling, slipping or playing with
sharp objects.
When they are in some outdoor activi-
ties, such as camping, hiking or cycling,
swimming or boating or on the sports
fields, they must be under supervision of
adults and the required precautions must
be taken for their safety.
Some precautions include using life-
saving equipment where possible and not
letting them play with matches, fires or
use gasoline and the like to make fires.
Also, excessive exposures to the sun may
cause harm to sensitive skin or even sun
stroke.


'fF HBy convincing them of the benefit of
"safety at play" during these school holi-
days, we help mold them into responsible
citizens of the future so that they may
become more conscious of "safety at
work" as well.


Yuda Muchanan di School


Goza nan
Pa mas of menos un luna, principlan-
do Jull 7, mas dl 17,600 hoben dl Aruba
lo tin nan vacation grand di school y
nos tur lo kler pa nan pasa nan dianan
Ilber den un manera aproplado y espe-
cialmente seguro, sea paden cas of pafor
dl ca.

EsakI to un tempo cu nan mes por yu-
da trece un amblente dl limpleza rond dl
cas door di ellmlna obhetonan perhulcio-
so, manera glas klbr, of pidanan di ma-
dera yen di clabo. Tambe nan mester
ser alert contra pellgronan di sublmento,
calmento, slipmento of hungamento cu
obhetonan sk6rpl.

Ora nan ta ocupa den algun actlvldad-
nan pafor dl cas, manera den campamen-
to, camnamento of corremento di blcicle-
ta, landamento of corremento den boto
of ariba veld dl sport, nan mester to bao
supervision di adults y master usa e pre-
cauclonnan necesario pa nan seguridad.

Algun precauclonnan to inclul usa equl-
po dl salbablda unda to possible y no laga
nan hung cu swafel, candela of usa ga-


Vacacion Sin


Peligro


solin of algo similar pa cende candela.
Tambe, kedamento demasiado den solo
por causa danjo na cutis sensitive of te
hasta desmayo di solo.

Door di convince nan tocante e bene-
ficionan di "seguridad den wega" duran-
te e dianan liber di school, nos ta yuda
nan bira ciudadanonan responsible pa fu-
turo, asina cu nan por bira mas conscien-
te tocante "segurdiad na trabao" tambe
ora nan bira grand.



OBITUARY

FACUNDO LOPEZ, an Assistant Operator
in Process-RULE Division, died in a traf-
fic accident near the Airport in the early
morning hours of Sunady, May 25, 1975.
He was 47 years old and had almost 29
years of service with Lago. His wife, Ina,
(42) who was in the car with Facundo, al-
so died in the accident. Their three
children, ages 16, 10 and 8, were also in
the car and were seriously injured.


Lago Oil & Transport Co., Ltd.
- a


More recently, Julio
cess Foreman of the
gen units.


has been Pro-
three Hydro-


OBITUARIO
FACUNDO LOPEZ, un Assistant Operator
den Process-RULE Division, a fallece den
un accident di trafico cerca di aeropuer-
to den oranan di madrugi di Diadomingo,
Mei 25, 1975. El tabatin 47 anja di edad
y tabatin casi 29 anja dl servicio cu La-
go. Su esposa Ina (42 anja), kende ta-
bata den e auto hunto cu Facundo, tam-
be a muri den e accident. Nan tres ylu,
dl 16, 10 y 8 anja di edad, tambe tabata
den e auto y a sufrl lesionnan serlo.


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ARUBA ESSO NEWS


June 20 1975


Julio F. Curiel Assumes
One Year Assignment At

Esso Belgium Refinery

On Thursday, May 29, Julio F. Cu-
riel, a Process Foreman in Process-
Fuels Division, his wife Lucia and
two children, Julio Francisco (9) and
Zelda Emma (7), left Aruba Beatrix
Airport with final destination Antwerp.
Julio has been assigned at Esso Bel-
gium in Antwerp for approximately
one year as startup supervisor for se-
veral units of the refinery's new HDS
complex, which are similar to the La-
go HDS units. He will be involved
in the pre-startup and post-startup
training and will be responsible for
the startup of the Vacuum Pipestill,
the desulfurizers (hydrofiners and go-
finers) and the gas threatening facili-
ties. He is the first Lago employee
on a temporary overseas assignment
(TOA) with responsibilities as startup
supervisor.
Julio has considerable experience
in the startup and operation of pro-
cess units at Lago. He attended a
DDC computer course at Phoenix,
Arizona, and onsite computer train-
ing for HDS units at Florham Park.
New Jersey.
He was involved in the Refining
Control Center consolidation project.
During the HDS-I startup he was
charged with writing the Operating
Manual for V2AR and with preparato-
ry work for the startup of that unit.
He also assumed operating respon-
sibilities for the MEA units, Fuel Gas
Scrubber, Sulfur Plants and the Sul-
fur Handling Facilities.
On the HDS-11 units, he was Pro-
cess Foreman charged with the start-
up of V3AR, the MEA units, and the
sulfur plant, and assisted in the start-
up of N2AR and D3AR.







June 20, 1975 ARUBA ESSO NEWS


Erik Eriksen Assumes Bergen, Kwidama, Lioe-A-Tjam, Quant, Tromp
New Position With Esso A Obtene Status di Miembro di Gerencia Juni 1
Standard Libya July st Efectivo Juni 1, 1975, P. Frederik Na Aruba Chemical Industries, Fred-
Effective July 1, 1975, Erik A. Erik- (Freddy) D. Bergen a ser promovi pa dy a complete tambe cursonan den
sen, Superintendent of the Refining Engineering Technician den Mecha- Basic Mechanical Practices 1 & 2
Operations Center, Utilities, and Light nical Engineering Division di Depto. Basic Plant Practice y Welding I.
Ends Division, will assume an assign- Tecnico, Carlos Kwidama y Laurens Mientras den Lago su Seccion di
ment with Esso Libya. Erik will be- H. Lioe-A-Tjam a progress pa Mecha- Inspeccion di Equipo, Freddy a sigui
come Superintendent of the Mainte- nical Supervisor den Mechanical various curso na Lago y den exterior,
nance Engineering Division for the M&C Division, Nicolaas (Nick) Quant incluyendo: Entrenamento di Proceso,
production and processing facilities a avanza pa Materials Technician den Entrenamento di Refractorio, Elemen-
at Marsa El Brega, Libya. Materials Division Procurement Sec- tos di Metalurgia (for di Metals Engi-


Erik received his B.S. degree in
Electrical Engineering from Queens
University (Canada) in 1955. He cele-
brated his 20 years of Lago service
on May 25, 1975.
During his Lago career, he served
in a variety of technical and supervis-
ory functions in Marketing, Technical,
and Process Departments. His re-
cent assignments include Superinten-
dent of the Utilities Division and the
Refining Operations Center, Utilities,
and Light Ends Division.
Accompanying Erik to his new job
location will be his wife, Polly, and
their two sons (ages 16 and 7) and
two daughters (ages 14 and 13).

Raymond Named at Lago
(Continued from page 1)
national, New York, as Supply Advi-
sor in the Supply and Transportation
Department and in 1972 he became
Manager Planning Division of the
Planning and Analysis Department.
In 1973 he was named Manager of a
Trading Division of the Cargo Tra-
ding Department. Mr. Raymond as-
sumed his current responsibilities in
New York in early 1974.
He will be accompanied by his wife
Charlene and triplet sons, age 5. His
hobbies include playing golf, tennis
and swimming.
With this appointment, Mr. Raymond
will join the other two top officers of
Lago, namely, Messrs. J. M. Ballen-
ger, President, and J. R. Gibbs, Vice-
President.


tion, y Hendricus G. Tromp a haya
promocion pa ROC Technician den
Depto. Process ROC, Utilities &
Light Ends. Cu e promocionnan aki
nan tur a obtene status di miembro
di gerencia.

FREDDY BERGEN a ser originalmen-
te empled na Aruba Chemical Indus-
tries Augustus 6, 1966 y a bin traha
na Lago na April 1970 como un En-
gineering Assistant B den Grupo di
Inspeccion di Equipo di Depto. Me-
chanical. El a haya promocion pa
Engineering Assistant A na Agosto
1971.
Freddy a complete e studio pa
Bankwerken na School Technico di
Aruba na 1961. Na School Tecnico
di Maarsbergen, Hulanda, el a termi-
na un Curso Avanza di Welding Elec-
trico na 1963 y na 1964 el a haya
e diploma final pa Arc Welding for di
Asociacion Hulandes pa Tecnologia
di Welding.


nearing Institute na Cleveland), Test-
mento No-Destructivo (na Esso Re-
search y na Lago), Verf Protectivo (na
Lago y Houston) y Scirbimento Efec-
tivo.
Desde Mei 1974, Freddy ta un In-
structor pa parti di tempo pa un cur-
so di anochi di Welding Electrico na
School Tecnico John F. Kennedy.
Resto di su tempo liber el ta dedica
na carpinteria, hunga ping-pong y do-
mino.
Freddy y su esposa Filomena tin un
yiu homber di 6 anja y un yiu muher
di 3 anja. Nan ta biba na Mount Sce-
nerystraat 11, San Nicolas.

CARLOS KWIDAMA a drenta servicio
di Lago September 29, 1950 como un
Estudiante B di School di Ofishi di
Lago. Despues di graduacion na
1954, el a ser asigna na Acid & Ede-
leanu Plant como un Process Helper
D. Aqui el a progress pa Process
(Continu, pa pag. 6)


Lee R. Raymond Lo Ser Nombra Como

Director y Vice President di Lago Juli 1


Sr. Lee R. Raymond, Gerente di
Planeamento di Departamento di Sup-
ply and Transportation di Exxon In-
ternational na New York, a ser nom-
brA un Director y Vice President di
Lago. Sr. Raymond lo asumi su res-
ponsabilidadnan nobo mas of menos
1 di Juli 1975.
Despues di a recibi grado di ba-
chiller di ingenieria quimica for di
Universidad di Wisconsin y luego gra-
do di doctor den tal ramo for di Uni-
versidad di Minnesota na 1963, Sr.
Raymond a bai traha pa Exxon Corpo-
ration como Ingeniero encarga cu tra-
bao cientifico den Production Re-
search, na Tulsa, Oklahoma. Na 1965,
el a move pa e tarea di investigation
di Produccion di Exxon U.S.A. na
Houston, Texas, como un Senior Re-
servoir Engineer.
El a traslada pa Creole Petroleum
Corporation na Caracas, Venezuela,
na 1966 como Administrador pa Data
Processing y a bolbe pa Houston na


1968 como un Senior Reservoir Spe-
cialist. Luego den e mes anja el a
bira un Analista Supervisorio den ofi-
cina principal di Supply Department
di Exxon U.S.A.
Na 1970 el a bai traha pa Exxon
International na New York, como un
Supply Advisor den Departamento di
Abastecemento y Transportacion y na
1972 el a bira Gerente di Division di
Planeamento den Departamento di
Planeamento y Analisis. Na 1973 el
a ser nombra Gerente di un Division
Mercantil di Departamento di Trata
Carga. Sr. Raymond a asumi su res-
ponsabilidadnan actual na New York
na principio di 1974.
El lo ser acompaih pa su esposa
Charlene y tres yiu homber di 5 anja.
Su hobby ta inclui hunga golf, tennis
y landa.
Cu e nombramento aki, Sr. Ray-
mond lo keda agregA na e dos top
oficialnan di Lago, Srs. J. M. Ballen-
ger, President, y J. R. Gibbs, Vice
President.


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ARUBA ESSO NEWS


General Inspection of Boilers Requires Planning and Trad














Cleanoutman Juan Boekhoudt Machinist Antonio Briesum Boilermaker E
Some important maintenance work goes almost unnoticed in the refinery,
such as a maintenance effort like the general inspection of a boiler. Unlike
other Process unit shutdowns, the shutdowns of any of the twelve boilers of
Lago's two Powerhouses is a must every two years. This is regulated by the
Antillean Boiler Code. This law stipulates that a boiler must be shut down
and inspected once every two years. This must be done to assure it is always
maintained in a safe condition.
Usually a boiler is shut down for general inspection for about six weeks.
In May/June, Boiler No. 2 at Powerhouse No. 2 and Boiler No. 11 at Power-
house No. 1 came down for general inspection. The planning of this work
was performed by Mechanical's Senior Planner Pedro Arends, while applying
the Critical Path Method. He was assisted by Regional Supervisor Ildo Dona-
ta as Coordinator.
Practically all Mechanical crafts were involved in this work, assisted by Pro-
cess personnel and EIS technicians. Part of the work was done by a few local
contractors.
The bulk of the work, however, was carried out by Mechanical forces work-
ing one day and one night shift and included the following work. The Mecha-
nical Building Tradesmen erected scaffolds, repaired lining, replaced firebricks
and did the painting work.
The Boilermakers removed and serviced burners, opened the steam and mud
drums and removed the parts inside these drums. They also removed and re-
placed hundreds of tubes, serviced soothblowers and filled the boilers with
boiler water. A boiler has about 1170 tubes.
The Welders seal-welded the superheater elements, inspected, repaired and
re-installed these elements.
The Cleanoutmen re-installed the steam drum inner parts, repaired the fur-
nace floor and washed the tubes externally.
The Pipefitters took care of blinding the various lines connected to the boi-
ler and removed and re-installed safety and other valves.
The Instrumentmen inspected and tested the high and low alarm systems
and other measuring devices. Electricians made necessary inspection and re-
pairs to electrical equipment and conduits.
The Transportation men transported the inner parts of the boilers from the
powerhouse to Mechanical Shops, materials from Storehouse, tools from the
Central Tool Room, while the Machinists did the required machining work on
the boiler parts.
The E.I.S. personnel throughout the shutdown made the necessary equip-
ment inspection and witnessed testing of the safety valves and the boiler.
The Process inspector was in charge of inspecting the work done, firing up
the boiler and testing the safety valves before the government inspector per-
formed his final testing and gave his approval of the boiler.
All this mechanical work was carried out under field supervision of Mecha-
nical Supervisors Felipe Tromp (day shift) and Bart Romano (night shift).
The most important safety devices on a boiler are the four safety valves on
each boiler, which are designed to allow steam to escape if a specific maxi-
mum pressure is exceeded in the boiler. Although the boilers normally ope-
rate at 410-425 pounds per square inch, during the general inspection the ol-
der ones are tested at 690 psi and the new Tosi boilers at 750 psi. Also im-
portant are the level gauges for the boiler water. This water (containing less
than 10 parts per million of impurities) is purer than drinking water (about 200
ppm) and is tested with chemicals to prevent corrosion of the boiler tubes,


(Continued on page 8)


e Skills of Many Mechanical Trade:


Pipefitters Francisco Maduro (left) and Fernan-
do Thielman






.









Boilermaker Eduardo Cornelio cutting end tubes
inside steam drum.
_ _ ;__ _


Supervisors Bart Romano (left), and Johannes
Richardson


June







5ARUBA ESSO NEWS 5


Inspeccion General di Boiler Ta Exigi Planeamento y Habilidad di Hopi Artesano di Mechanical


Inspector Philip De Souza (left), and Pro-
cess Maintenance Coordinator Joe Park.
I LI\ I I


ermakers Basillo Maduro (left), and Clean-
outman Thomas ThlJsen


mnata Welder Kenneth Hassell Bldg. Tradesmen R. Werleman, Ireno Ras
Algun trabao important di mantenecion ta bai casi sin ser notA den refine-
ria, manera trabao di mantenecion manera inspection general di un boiler.
Contrario na bahamento di otro unidadnan di process, e bahamento di cual-
kier di e 12 boilernan di e dos Powerhousenan di Lago mester tuma lugar
cada 2 anja. Esaki ta stipula pa e Ley di Stoomketel. Esaki ta prescribi cu
un boiler mester baha y ser inspectA un biaha cada dos anja. Esaki ta pa
asegura cu semper e ta ser manteni den condition seguro.
Generalmente un boiler ta baha pa inspection general pa como seis siman.
Na Mei/Juni, Boiler No. 2 na Powerhouse No. 2 y Boiler No. 11 na Power-
house No. 1 a baha pa inspection general. E planeamento di e trabao aki a
ser haci pa Senior Planner di Mechanical Pedro Arends, mientras usando e
Metodo Critico di Trabao. El a ser asisti pa Supervisor Regional Ildo Donata
como Coordinador.
Practicamente tur ofishi di mechanical tabata envolvf den e trabao, cu asis-
tencia di personal di Process y tecniconan di EIS. Parti di e trabao a ser ha-
ci pa un paar di contratista local.
Pero mayoria di e trabao a ser ehecutA pa personal di Mechanical, trahan-
do un warda den dia y un warda di anochi, y a inclui e siguiente trabao. E
Artesanos di Construccion a traha stelashi, drecha paden di forno, a cambia
ladrillo y a haci trabao di verfmento.
E Boilermakers a kita y drecha e "burners", a habri e drumnan di stiem y
di residues y nan a saca e partinan cu tin den nan. Tambe nan a saca afor
y reemplaza centenares di tubonan, a drecha soothblowers y a yena e boiler
cu awa. Un boiler tin como 1170 tubo.
E Weldernan a weld e elementonan di "superheaters", a inspect, drecha y
pone back e elementonan aki.
E Cleanoutmen a pone back e partinan di paden di stiem drum, a drecha e
vloer di forno y a laba banda pafor di e tubonan.
E Pipefitters a tapa various linja conectA na e boiler y a kita y bolbe instala
valvulanan di seguridad y otronan.
E Instrumentmen a inspect y test e sistemanan di alarm y otro equipo me-
didor.
Electricistanan a haci inspection y drechamento necesario na equipo y lin-
janan electric.
E personal di Transportacion a transport e partinan di e boilers for di e
powerhousenan pa Mechanical Shops, material di Storehouse, herment for di
Central Tool Room, mientras e Machinistnan a traha ariba partinan di e boi-
lernan.
Personal di Inspeccion di Equipo durante henter e trabao a haci inspection
necesario y a presencia testmento di e valvulonan di seguridad y e boiler.
E Inspector di Process tabata encargA cu inspection df e trabao, pa cende e
boiler y pa test e valvulonan di seguridad promer cu e inspector di gobierno
haci su test final y duna aprobacion na e boiler.
Tur e trabao mecanico aki a ser haci bao supervision di Supervisornan Fe-
lipe Tromp (warda den dia) y Bart Romano (warda di anochi).
E aparatonan di seguridad mas important ariba un boiler ta e cuatro val-
vulonan di seguridad di cada boiler, cual ta designA pa laga stiem sali ki ora
cu e presion maximo den e boiler ser surpasA. Aunque e boilernan normal-
mente ta opera na presion di 410 pa 425 liber pa duim cuadra, durante e in-
speccion general nan ta pasa test te 690 liber pa e boilernan bieuw y te 750
liber pa e Tosi boilernan nobo. Tambe important ta e meternan di nivel di
awa. Pa test un boiler, mester yend cu 10,000 galon di awa.
E awa pa boiler (contenindo menos di 10 parti pa million di impuridades)
(Continua na pag. 8)









ARUBA ESSO NEWS June 20, 1976


30-Year Service Awards June


Fablano Lacl joined Lago on May
27, 1941 as a Laborer D in the Utilities
Department. He resigned that same
year and was re-employed in October
1945 in the Machinist Department. In
September 1952 he transferred to the
Catalytic & Light Ends Division as a
Process Helper A and progressed to
Levelman in June 1954. He was pro-
moted to Assistant Operator in Decem-
ber 1963. He advanced to his present
position of operator in Process-RULE-
ROC/LE on January 1, 1972. Mr. La-
clI observed his 30th service anniver-
sary on June 13, 1975.
Jose M. Rovelet began his Lago ser-
vice on April 17, 1945 as a Process
Helper D in Process-Light Oils Finish-
ing. He advanced to Pumper in 1951.
In October 1964 he transferred to Pro-
tess-Oil Movements Division, where he
earned a promotion to Assistant Ope-
rator in 1966. Mr. Rovelet, who is at
present assigned to Oil Movements-

I Promoci6nnan
(ContinuA di pag. 3)
Helper A na 1956 y pa Controlman na
1959.
El a haya promocion pa Assistant
Operator na 1965. Na 1973 1974
sl a traha pa un period cortico na
Oil Movements Division. Desde 1967,
el a actua various bez como Operator
asignA na Acid Plant.
Na Maart 1974, el a transfer pa
Mechanical M&C Division como un
Supervisor Interino di Mechanical.
Na Lago Carlos a sigui un Curso
di Entrenamento di Proceso y curso
di Critical Path Method. Su hobby
ta inclui hunga golf y tennis y bowling.
Carlos y su esposa Gloria tin tres
yiu muher (9, 5 y 3 anja) y un yiu hom-
ber di un anja. Nan ta biba na Mohi-
kanenstraat 15, San Nicolas.
LAURENS LIOE-A-TJAM a principia
na Lago Mei 25, 1970 como un Me-
chanical Tradesman C-Seccion di Tu-
beria den Mechanical-Maintenance &
Construction Division. El a haya pro-
mocion pa Metal Tradesman B na Ju-
ni 1971 y pa Metal Tradesman A-Sec-
cion di Tuberia na Mei 1973. Desde
Agosto 1973, el ta actuando como un
Supervisor Interino di Mechanical.
Laurens tin diploma di MULO di
Abraham de Veer School na San Ni-
colas.
Durante su ora liber, el ta gusta
mira wega di beisbol y hunga domino.
Laurens y su esposa Miriam tin tres
yiu homber, di 11, 9 y 3 anja di edad.
Nan ta biba na Vilage Noord 126-A.
NICK QUANT a principia su carera
na Lago Agosto 29, 1952 den Mecha-
nical Storehouse como un Junior
Clerk. Sucesivamente el a ocupa e


Clean Oils, commemorated his 30th
service anniversity on June 13.
Fablano Ladl6 a pricipia su servicio
cu Lago ariba Mei 27, 1941 como un
Peon D den Departamento di Utilities
El a retire e mes anja y a ser re-em-
pleA na October 1945 den Departa-
mento di Machinist. Na September
1952 el a cambia pa Catalytic & Light
Ends Division como un Process Helper
A y a progress pa Levelman na Juni
1954. El a haya promocion pa Assis-
tant Operator na December 1963. El
a avanza pa su actual position di Ope-
rator den Process-RULE-ROC/LE ariba


Francisco Solognier
Juan Boekhoudt
Erick E. Hassell
Joaquin De Cuba
Tia Keng Lee


1975
January 1, 1972. Sr. Lacl6 a observe
su di 30 aniversario di servicio Juni
13, 1975.
Jose M. Rovelet a cuminza cu Lago
ariba April 17, 1945 como un Process
Helper D den Process-Light Oils Fi-
nishing. El a avanza pa Pumper na
1951. Na October 1964 el a ser cam-
bia pa Process-Oil Movements Division,
unda el a recibi un promocion pa As-
sistant Operator na 1966. Sr. Rovelet,
kende actualmente ta asigna na Oil
Movements-Clean Oils, a conmemora
su di 30 aniversario di servicio Juni 13,
1975.


- Industrial Security- Lago Police
- Mechanical-Cleanout
- Process-Oil Movts.-Clean Oils
- Process-Oil Movts.-Harbor Area
- Controller's-Office Services


Efectivo Juni 1 I
puestonan di File Clerk, Storehouse
Office Clerk, Head File Clerk, Head
Clerk, Stenographer II y I. El a pro-
gresa pa Stenographer na 1961 y a
haya promocion pa Materials Clerk 2
na 1966 y pa Materials Clerk 1 na
1971.
Desde 1968, Nick a actua various bez
den diferente posicionnan superviso-
rio den Oficina di Materials Division.
Un graduado di HBS-B (3 anja) na
St. Dominicus College, Nick tambe a
complete cursonan di Type, Short-
hand y Scirbimento di Ingles Efecti-
vo na Lago.
Den su tempo liber, Nick ta gusta
toca y scucha music y bai pisca, pe-
ro su hobby prefer ta carpinteria.
Nick y su esposa Elvira tin dos yiu
muher, cu edad di 2 anja y un luna.
Nan ta biba na Dirkszstraat 5 San
Nicolas.

HENDRIK TROMP originalmente a cu-
minza traha cu Lago como un estu-
diante di School di Ofishi September
21, 1953 y a ser asignA na TSD-Engi-
neering como un Estudiante B na
September 1956. Despues di un in-
terrupcion di servicio, el a bolbe na
Accounting Department como un Of-
fice Boy na Februari 1958. Na 1959
el a bolbe bai pa TSD-Engineering
como un Junior Engineering Trainee
D y a avanza pa Sr. Engineering As-
sistant A na 1961. El a cambia pa
TSD-Lab No. 1 como un Sampler B
na 1962 y a bira un Sampler A e mes
ana.
Na 1964 el a move pa Process-Light
Ends como Process Helper C. Luego
el a progress pa Levelman na 1965 y
pa Assistant Operator na 1966. El ta


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- June 24
- June 26
- June 26


un Operator den Divisionnan di Light
Ends y Plantanan Desulfurador desde
1971.
Den su tempo liber, Hendrik ta gus-
ta lesa boeki. Hendrik y su esposa
Guillermina tin un yiu homber di 11
anja y un yiu muher di 10 anja. Nan
ta biba na Tanki Leendert 160.

Curiel pa Antwerpen
(Continua di pag. 1)
ariba un asignacion temporario ultra-
mar cu responsabilidad como super-
visor pa startmento di plant.
Julio tin considerable experiencia
den startmento y operation di uni-
dadnan di process na Lago. El a
atende un curso di Computador DDC
na Phoenix, Arizona, y entrenamento
di computador den plant pa unidad-
nan HDS na Florham Park, New Jer-
sey.
El tabata envolvi den e proyecto
di consolidation pa e Centro di Con-
trol di Refinacion. Durante startmen-
to di plant desulfurador HDS-I, el
tabata encargA cu scirbimento di e
Manual di Operacion pa plant V2AR
y cu trabao preparatorio pa startmen-
to di e unidad ey. Tambe el a asu-
mi responsabilidad di operation pa e
unidadnan yamA MEA, Fuel Gas
Scrubber, y plantanan di Azufre y pa
e Facilidadnan pa Trata Azufre.
Ariba e unidadnan di HDS-II, el ta-
bata Process Foreman encarga cu
startmento di e plant V3AR, e uni-
dadnan MEA, y e plant di azufre, y
a asisti den startmento di plantanan
N2AR y D3AR.
Mas recientemente, Julio tabata
Process Foreman pa e tres plantanan
di Hidr6geno.


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June 20, 1975


Fuels Division Superintendent Joe Carroll
presents 30-year service certificate to Ma-
rio Hernandez of Process Fuels, while
while Process Manager C. M. Bateman
looks on.


June 1 Promoti


(Continued from page 1)
tion Section, Freddy followed several
courses at Lago and abroad, includ-
ing: Process Training, Refractory
Training, Elements of Metallurgy (from
Metals Engineering Institute, Cleve-
land), Non-destructive Testing (at Es-
so Research and Lago), Protective
Coating (Lago and Houston) and Ef-
fective Writing.
Since May 1974, Freddy has been
a part-time Instructor for a night cour-
se for Electric Arc Welding at the
John F. Kennedy Technical School.
Whatever spare time is left he dedi-
cates to carpentry, playing table ten-
nis and dominoes.
Freddy and his wife Filomena have
a 6-year-old son and a 3-year-old
daughter. They live at Mount Scenery-
straat 11, San Nicolas.
CARLOS KWIDAMA joined Lago on
September 29, 1950 as a Student B
of the Lago Vocational School. After
graduation in 1954, he was assigned
to Acid & Edeleanu Plant as Process
Helper D. Here he progressed to
Process Helper A in 1956 and to Con-
trolman in 1959.
He was promoted to Assistant Ope-
rator in 1965. In 1973 1974 he
worked briefly for Oil Movements Di-
vision. Since 1967 he acted several
times as Operator assigned to the
Acid Plant.
In March 1974, he transferred to
Mechanical M&C Division as an Act-
ing Mechanical Supervisor.
At Lago Carlos followed a Process
Training Course and the Critical Path
Method. His hobbies include playing
golf and tennis and bowling.
Carlos and his wife Gloria have
three daughters (9, 5 and 3 years) and
a one-year-old son. They live at Mo-
hikanenstraat 15, San Nicolas.
LAURENS LIOE-A-TJAM joined Lago
on May 25, 1970 as a Mechanical Tra-
desman C-Pipe in Mechanical Main-
tenance & Construction Division. He
was promoted to Metal Tradesman B


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Jan E. Lacld of Process-Oil Movts Black
Oils is presented a 25-year gold watch by
Oil Movts. Division Supt. August Genser
in the presence of Process Manager C.
M. Bateman.


ons Announced in Mechanical,
in June 1971 and to Metal Trades A-
Pipe in May 1973. Since August 1973,
he has been acting Mechanical Super-
visor.
Laurens is a MULO graduate of the
Abraham de Veer School of San Ni-
colas. During his spare time, he likes
watching baseball games and playing
dominoes.
Laurens and his wife Miriam have
three sons, ages 11, 9 and 3. They
live at Village Noord 126-A.

NICK QUANT began his Lago career
on August 29, 1952 in Mechanical-
Storehouse as a Junior Clerk. He
successively held the positions of File
Clerk, Storehouse Office Clerk, Head
File Clerk, Head Clerk, Stenographer
II and I. He progressed to Stenogra-
pher in 1961 and was promoted to Ma-
terials Clerk 2 in 1966 and to Mate-
rials Clerk 1 in 1971.
Since 1968, Nick acted several
times in various supervisory positions
in the Materials Division Office.
A graduate of the 3-year HBS-B
curriculum of St. Dominicus College,
Oranjestad, Nick also completed cour-
ses in Typing, Shorthand and Effect-
ive English Writing at Lago.
In his spare time, Nick likes listen-
ing and playing music and fishing, but
.


a-
Domlnico Gomez of Process-Fuels recei-
ves a 25-year gold watch from Fuels DI-
vision Supt. Joe Carroll, witnessed by Pro-
cess Manager C. M. Bateman (left) and
J. Tromp.


Process, Technical I
his preferred hobby is carpentry.
Nick and his wife Elvira have two
daughters, ages 2 years and one
month. They live at Dirkszstraat 5,
San Nicolas.

HENDRIK TROMP originally began
at Lago as a Lago Vocational School
student on September 21, 1953 and
was assigned to TSD-Engineering as
a Student B in September 1956. Af-
ter a break in service, he returned to
the Accounting Department as an Of-
fice Boy in February 1958. In 1959
he re-joined TSD-Engineering as a
Junior Engineering Trainee D and ad-
vanced to Jr. Engineering Assistant
A in 1961. He transferred to TSD-
Lab No. 1 as a Sampler B in 1962 and
became a Sampler A that same year.
In 1964 he moved to Process-Light
Ends as Process Helper C. He sub-
sequently progressed to Levelman in
1965 and to Assistant Operator in
1966. He has been an Operator in


Light Ends and HDS Divisions since
1971.
In his free time, Hendrik likes read-
ing books.
Hendrik and his wife Guillermina
have an 11-year-old son and a 10-
year-old daughter. They live at Tan-
ki Leendert 160.

CF I


This was the first group of management members to take the "Human Resources Mana-
gement" course from May 25 30 at Lago. Instructor of the five, all-day sessions, which
taught the effective utilization of human resources in an organization, was Raul Sanchez
of Creole-Caracas.


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Sponsored by Lago's Committee on Safe
Operations (COSO) and coordinated by
the Training Division, a course titled
"Safety in Engineering Design" was given
to four groups from May 12 16. In all,
54 Process and Mechanical engineers and
47 Process and Mechanical supervisors of
Lago and sixteen participants from Exxon
affiliates In El Salvador, Nicaragua, Argen-
tina, Jamaica and Venezuela (Amuay) at*
tended the course. Dan Gregg of Exxon
Research & Engineering Co. (at left) was
course Instructor, while COSO Chairman
Joe Carroll is shown here opening one
of the sessions.
Ausplcih pa Lago su Comlslon arlba Ope-
raclonnan Seguro (COSO) y coordlna pa
Training Division, un curso yamb "Segurl-
dad den Diseflo dl Ingenierla" a ser duni
na cuatro grupo dl Mel 12 16. En to-


Pamela Browne (a
right), daughter o
Lago annuitant Loul
Browne, was elected
Miss Aruba 1975 I
Aruba Holiday In
on May 31. Fin
Runner-Up was Cyn
this Bruin and 2n
Runner-Up Mild
Maduro.


I General Inspection of Boilers
(Continued from page 4)
steam piping and equipment and to eliminate build-up of scale in the tubes
For testing a boiler, 10,000 gallons of water are used.
The twelve boilers of the two powerhouses can supply over 1 million pound'
of steam per hour. This steam the end product of the boilers is used t
drive the steam turbines and generators in the powerhouses and for various
purposes in the process units and for a number of mechanical operation.
throughout the refinery.

i Inspeccion General di Boiler
(ContinuA di pag. 5)
ta mas puro cu awa di bebe (como 200ppm) y ta ser trata cu substancia qui
mica pa preveni corosion di e tubonan di boiler.
E diezdos boilernan di e dos Powerhousenan por entrega mas cu 1 million
liber di stiem pa ora. E stiem aki e product final di e boilernan ta se
usa pa draai turbina di stiem y generadornan den e powerhousenan y pa va
rios obheto den e plantanan di process y pa un cantidad di trabaonan mecha
nical den henter refineria.
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Instructors Carlos E. Garzon (left) and Larry Pinsonneault teach-
Ing a "Program Structure Technology" (PST) course to MCS
personnel.


MCS Personnel At t e n d

S Course Covering Program
f Structure Technology

d From May 20 to 30, a "Program
" Structure Technology" (PST) course
Swas given at Lago for twelve emplo-
it yees of Lago's MCS Division and
"' three participants from Exxon affilia-
d tes in Argentina, Venezuela and Chile.
a
Consisting of full-day sessions, the
PST course teaches participants a
S systematic step-by-step procedure for
designing and writing structured pro-
grams. In this stepwise program de-
>. sign technique, the structure of the
program is obtained from an analy-
s sis of how the program uses its data.
o Documentation and check points are
s built in as natural products of the de-
s sign.
Coordinated by the Training Sec-
S tion and held in the Administration
Building, the course was taught by
Instructors Carlos E. Garzon of Esso
- Inter-America, Coral Gables, and Lar-
ry Pinsonneault of Exxon-MCS, Flor-
ham Park. Previously they taught the
r same course at the Esso Inter-Ame-
- rica headquarters in Coral Gables
- and throughout the Exxon organiza-
tion
BiW r ; f- a


Instructornan Carlos E. Garzon (robez) y Larry Pinsonneault du-
nando curso dl "Tecnologia pa Estructura di Programa" na per-
sonal dl MCS.


tal, 54 Ingenlero di Process y Mechanical y 47 supervisor dl Process y Mechanical y
diezsels partlclpante for dl afillados dl Exxon na El Salvador, Nicaragua, Argentina, Ja-
maica y Venezuela (Amuay) a atende e curso. Dan Gregg dl Exxon Research & Engin-
eering Co. (na robez) tabata Instructor di e curso, mientras president dl COSO, Joe Car-
roll, ta munstri aki habriendo uno dl e sesslonnan.


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