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Aruba Esso news

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Aruba Esso news
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Lago Oil and Transport Company, Ltd
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Aruba Netherlands Antilles
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Lago Oil and Transport Co., Ltd.
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July 1984
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ARWB A

Lago Oil & Transport Co., Ltd.

Aruba, Netherlands Antilles



| VOLUME 45 - NO. 7
L

JULY 1984



MAJOR CHAL

MAKE LAGO
MORE COMPETITING

remaining
lepartment

What have

net all
he major project comple-
ips. The results of
ear have been ver
In most areas.
ions has Management
moolh operation
npower
\.: One of the things we had to do
was to streamline operations. We
have shutdown units without com-
promising our ability to meet ow
commitments. As a result of oun
streamlining, we are running three
out of four pipestills, one of two
vacuum -units, one and sometimes
two of our three goliners, two of
the three Hydrolining plants, two
of the three sulphur units. In
addition, significant reductions
were made in the Light Ends
operation by shutting down ou
Alkylation Unit, a Naphta Hydrof:
iner and several Light Ends
towers. Furthermore, 25% of out
tankage facilities have been
removed from service as well as



Mr. Robert Naugle
Operations Department Manager

Mr. Robert Naugle, Lago’s
Operations Department Mana-
oie eNom Geetha belee
January of 1983. In that year
and a half. Mr. Naugle has had
to steward a number of transi-
tions, changes and reorganiza-
tions in what may be termed
Lago’s most dillicult period of
operations. In the following
interview, Mr. Naugle talks
about those changes: the accom-
plishments, disappointments,
management actions and
employee reactions.



two of our five fingerpiers and
reetberths.

Q,: Can you think of some other actions
Management took?

A.: Yes. We have also encouraged
all levels of the organization to try
to assume more responsibility for
their operations and to make o1
suggest as many improvements
they can. Even with limited man-
power and a tighter budget, we
believe there are still many impro-
vements that can be made if we
can get the entire organization's
help in defining and implementing
them. To help accomplish this, as
you know, we merged three
Mechanical Divisions into two and
four Process Divisions into three.
We also combined the Mechanical
and Process departments into one
Operations Department. All of this
was done to make it a more
eflective team. Today, we can say
this has resulted in improved
teamwork and greater ability to
accomplish jobs at a faster pace
and lower cost. Along with the
excellent assistance and coopera-
tion we receive from the Technical
people, we have formed a very
effective Process - Mechanical -
Technical team.

Q,: As we can see, Lago employees,
especially those in your department, have
been through some major changes and
reorganizations since January. Many
have had to work overtime, work a
different job, deal with different prob-
lems than they were used to and take on
more responsibility on their jobs. These
situations can be stressful at times. In
your opinion, how have the employees
reacted to these situations so far?

A.: The challenges that Lago has
faced this year are challenges that
an organization is seldom required
to deal with in such a limited
period of time. Our people have
done an outstanding job in meet-
ing these challenges! And not only
that, they have also demonstrated
better operations as shown by the
long runlengths on our pipestills
and the vacuum units. The suc-
cessful start-up of some majo
projects was also a significant

accomplishment. In a short period
—





2 ARUBA ESSO NEWS JULY 1984



The ARUBA ESSO NEWS is published for all
Lago employees. Please contact the Editor for

Editor: Mrs. Myrna Jansen-Feliciano
Translation into Papiamento by: Mr. G. W. Bosse
Photographs by: Joe’s Photographic Service
Printer: Verenigde Antilliaanse Drukkerijen N

permission to reprint or reproduce any portion of
this magazine.



we were able to put the HDS
Purge Gas Project, the Utilities
Modernization Project and the
Light Ends Streamlining in opera-
tion and we successlully started
making butane shipments. In othe1
words, Lago employees have
demonstrated that they have the
skills, flexibility and determination
to successfully meet many difficult
challenges.

Q.: We have talked about challenges
and accomplishments. How about
disappointments?

A.: Injuries are things we all

want to avoid, but unfortunately,
two of our Mechanical people
suflered serious injuries this year,
both on and off the job. This points
out the need for continued and
increasing emphasis on salety so
we can totally eliminate serious
injuries. The very costly operating
incidents at the Hydrogen and
Sulphur Units, which stressed the
need for making changes in a
number of areas, also constituted a
major disappointment. As this
article is going to press, we have
just had another operating inci-
dent, a fire at Pipestill no. 8.
While it is still under investigation,
our initial knowledge of the cause
is that an open bleeder was the
source of hydrocarbon fueling the
fire. We just cannot allord to let

Cr oT ee

Over 90 signs on ear protection were posted in the refinery to create more awareness
of the need for such protection in certain high noise areas. The highly contrasting



things like that happen. Additio-
nally, we have had to make
adjustments to a number of practi-
ces pertaining to product blending
to ensure our position as a reliable
supplier of quality products. These
three areas, injuries, operating
incidents and product quality con-
trol, were our major disappoint-
ments this year.”

Q.: Management has obviously stressed
safely in operations during the first half
of this year. The Company has held
Safety meetings, continued with safely
audits, and is placing more emphasis on
safety in may ways. Just recently, an
off-the-job safely campaign was also
initiated. Have those activities had an)
positive effects?



A.: I believe it is too soon to draw
any firm conclusions, but we have
had some positive reactions from
our people, indicating their sincere
interest about the Company’s sal-
ety concerns. I have a feeling that
the emphasis in operating salety is
starting to pay off. but our oll-the-

job safety performance continues

to be a major problem. Do you
know that we have had 37 off-the-

job lost time accidents through the

first half of this year compared to
only two on the job?. That’s why

we will continue to stress safety oll
the job as much as on the job.



black on yellow signs clearly draw the necessary attention.





Q.: The general impression that I get
from talking to you and other persons in
the organization is that as an organiza-
tion we have not been doing that bad.
As a matter of fact, except for a feu
unfortunate juries and errors, we have
done a pretty good job in operations so
far this year. Does that give us some
hope for the future?

A.: The entire Lago organization
has sufficient capabilities to
accomplish many things. It has
been demonstrated many times
We have a dedicated worklorce
that is clearly good enough to
compete against any other in the
world. I have to point out to you
though, that we have to continue
to strive for excellent perlormance
because with mediocre perfor-
mance we don’t stand a chance
We can do a lot to contribute
towards a good future for Lago



but it will mean cont ous dil-
igent work and clo ittention t¢
details for all of us. We can do ou
share if we are determined and

work effectively to protect ou
future. All the publicity about
Lago shutting down is very dis-
turbing to all of us. but we must
try our best to put these uncertain-
ties aside and concentrate ow
efforts on the major challenge at
hand: making Lago more competi-
tive. We all have a stake in it and
every person in the refinery can
make a contribution towards that

goal. 5

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Editor’s Note: This irregular column ”

called View From The Top”’ will P

feature interviews with members of top F
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perspective of things may sometimes be .

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JULY 1984

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

E RETO PRINCIPAL: HAC
LAGO MAS COMPETIDOR

wreanizacion

enos empleado

Operations
d parti di ¢
raha bao di
Vilar ana a pasa

1 le awor?

n resultadonan posi-

omer mitar di
1 cumpli cu nos obheti-
coremento di crudo, nos

indo e cantidad di crudo

erencia a

SUAVE

cumpli cu nos
1 sulri di esaki
ultado di nos *’streamli
coriendo tres di ¢
un die dos
acum unit in, un y tin
yiaha dos-di nos tre goliner”
dos die tres plantanan di
hydrolining \ clos di « tres

\demas,

ignificante a wordo

unidadnan di azulre
reduccionnan
hact den e operacion di “Light

Ends’, door di saca nos * Alkyla-

Naphta Hydroti-
Light Ends tower”

959

tion Unit”, un
ner” y varios
for di servicio. Fuera di esey,
di nos facilidadnan di tanki a
wordo saca for di servicio hunto cu
dos di nos cinco “fingerpier” y
*reelberth” nan

P.: Bo por pensa di algun otro accion
cu Gerencia a tuma?

C.: Si. Nos a encurasha tambe tu
e nivelnan di e organizacion pa
trata di asumi mas responsabilidad
pa nan operacionnan y pa haci of

sugeri mehoracionnan tanto cu



we have to continue to strive for
excellent performance ...”

Sr. Robert Naugle, Operations
Department Manager di Lago,
ta cu nos desde January di
1983. Den e afia y mei ey, Sr.
Naugle mester a dirigi un c
dad di transicion, cambio y
reorganisacionnan den loke por
wordo calificd como Lago su
periodo di operacion mas dificil.
Den e siguiente entrevista, Sr.
Naugle ta papia tocante e cam-
bionan aki: e légronan, desilu-
sionnan, accionnan di gerencia
y reaccion di empleadonan.

nan por. Hasta cu un cantidad
limita di empleado y un budget
mas chiquito, nos ta kere cu ainda
tin hopi mehoracionnan cu por
wordo haci si nos haha e ayudo di
henter e organizacion pa defini y
ehecuta nan. Pa yuda logra esaki.
manera bo sa, nos a uni tres
Mechanical Division den dos \
cuatro Process Division den tres
Tambe nos a combina e
departamentonan di Mechanical y
Process den un solo departamento

division

di operacion, esta Operations
Department. Tur esaki a wordo
haci pa asina forma un equipo mas
electivo. Awe, nos por bisa cu



esaki a resulta den mehoracion den
trabao di equipo Youn mihoi
habilidad pa caba cu trabaonan
na un manera mas rapido y cu
menos gasto. Hunto cu e asistencia
\ cooperac ion excelente cu nosa
hana di e hendenan di e departa-
mento técnico, nos a forma un
equipo di Process - Mechanical -
Technical masha etectivo.
P.: Manera nos por mira, empleadonan
di Lago, especialmente esnan den bo
deparlamento, a experiencia cambionan )
reorganizacionnan grandi desde Januar.
Hopi di nan mester a traha “overtime’’,
traha un trabao diferente, trata cu
problemanan cu ta diferente di esnan cu
nan ta cuslumbrd y tuma mas responsa-
bilidad ariba nan mes na nan trabao-
nan. E. situactonnan aki tin biaha por
causa presion. Den bo opinion, con
empleadonan a reacciond ariba e situa-
cionnan aki te awor?
C.: E retonan cu Lago a enlrenta e
afia aki ta retonan cu cual poco
biaha un organizacion mester trata
den un periodo di tempo asina
limita. Nos hendenan a haci un
trabao sobresaliente den e manera
cu nan a respondé na e retonan
aki! Y no solamente esey. tambe
nan a demonstra operacionnan
mihor, manera e coridanan mas
largo di nos pipestill y “vacuum
unit” nan ta mustra. E start-up
exitoso di algun proyecto principal
tambe ta un logro significante.
Den poco tempo tabata posible pa
nos pone HDS Purge Gas Project,
e Utilities Modernization Project \
Light Ends Streamlining den ope-
racion y nos a cuminza haci
embarquenan di butano exitosa-
mente. Den otro palabra, emplea-
donan di Lago a demonstra cu
nan tin e habilidad, flexibilidad y
determinacion pa exitosamente
entrenta hopi retonan dificil.
P.: Nos a papia tocante retonan )
logronan. Que hubo di desilusionnan?
C.: Heridanan ta cosnan cu nos
tur kier evita, pero desafortunada-
mente dos di nos hendenan di
Mechanical a sulri accidentenan
serio e aha aki, ambos na trabao y
(cont. ariba pag. 6)





—



Need to ‘control your weight?

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

GOOD DIET IS ESSENTIAL

Since 60% of Lago male
employees, and 40% of Lago
female employees are overweight,
the topic of weight control should
be of great interest to many
readers.

Obesity is simply an excess of
energy, stored in the body as fat.
Fat accumulates whenever the
intake of energy, usually measured
in calories, exceeds the body's
need. In Aruba many people
maintain a diet that is very high in
starch foods, such as bread and
rice, which have a high energy
content. These diets also tend to
contain very few vegetables, which
have a low energy content. Many
workers at Lago add to this
problem by eating an extra meal
while working shifts, or overtime.
Insurance company statistics show
that overweight people do not live
as long as slim people do. They
have an increased incidence of
heart disease, high blood pressure,
diabetes, gall stones, and arthritis.
The treatment of obesity is easy:
decrease the intake and increase
the expenditure of calories. Moti-
vating people to do so is not easy.







The first step to losing weight is to
make up your mind to control you
weight, and to enlist the help of
your friends and family. Cut out a
picture of someone you want to
look like, or don’t want to look
like, and put it on the door of you
refrigerator. The next step is to
become aware of your eating hab-
its. Keep a diary, and write down
what you eat, and when and
where you eat.

A good diet is an essential part ol
your weight control program. The
main job of the diet is to help you
choose foods that will satisfy your
appetite and meet the needs of
your body, while limiting the
calorie intake. There are no magi-
cal diets, and no foods that block
or use up the calories from other
foods.

Exercise is important, to tone up
your muscles and cardiovascular
system and to help to control your
weight. However, it is much easier
to eat fewer calories in the first
place than to try to work them olf
later. You have to walk briskly for
20 minutes to burn off 2 pieces of
white bread, and 60 minutes for
that 1/2 cup of chocolate pudding
that you couldn't resist!

To improve communications, a new two-way radio system was put into operation in
the Maintenance Operations and Mechanical Services Divisions in June. An impor-
tant feature of this system is that, contrary to the pager system, it allows for

two-way communications between the caller and the radio user. On photo: Billy
Cannegieter using the radio system in his office at the MOB.



JULY 1984



And finally, set reasonable goals
for yourself. Weight loss should be
at a rate of 1 to 2 pounds per
week. The standards printed in the
accompanying table are reasonable
final goals for most overweight
people. Remember, the object of
weight control is to feel, look, and
live better.

* MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE
WEIGHTS

If your weight exceeds the value
opposite of your height, you prob-
ably need to lose weight.



HEIGHT WEIGHT
(feet - inches pounds
Men Women

199

137

16

E55

165

175

195

* This table is used by the Fogert

International Center U.S
National Institute of Health -
Conferences on Obesity

Slips/Falls

Cuts

Traffic Accidents
idents



ys lost Year-to-Date:

a’











JULY 1984

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Ya cu 60% di empleadonan mascu-
lino di Lago, y 40% di esnan
femenina ta pisa dimas, e topico di
control di peso mester ta di gran
interes pa hopi lector

Obesidad (gordura) ta simple-
mente un exceso di energia, warda
den e curpa den forma di vet. Vet
ta acumula ki ora cu e consumo di
energia, normalmente midi den
caloria, ta surpasa e curpa su
necesidad. Na Aruba hopi hende
ta mantene un dieta cu ta hopi
rico na almidon (= zetmeel),
manera pan y aroz, cualnan tin un
contenido halto di energia. E tipo
di dietanan aki hopi biaha ta
contené masha poco berdura, cual
ta contené poco energia. Hopi

o ta agrega na €

trahador na Lag

problema aki, door di come un



cuminda extra ora di traha warda,
of overtime’

Estadisticanan di companianan di
eguro ta mustra Cu hendenan
ordo no ta biba mes largo
manera hende delga. Nan tin un
incidencia mas grandi di enferme-

id di curazon, presion halto di
nger, diabetes, piedranan di
iliar (= | artritis
E tratamento di obesidad ta facil:
consum! meno aumenta e gasta-

mento di caloria. Motivando
hende pa haci esey no ta facil

ber vase tc.

NS) Oo
(ay,

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ARUBA ESSO NEWS

Bo mester baha peso?

UN BON DICTA TA ESENCIAL

+ prome paso pa baha peso ta pa
ai idi na aplica bo mes na contro-
14 bo peso, y pa inclui e ayudo di
bo amigonan y bo familia. Pega
un portret di un hende cu bo kier
of no kier parse, ariba e porta di
bo frigidaire. E siguiente paso ta
pa bo ta consciente di locual bo ta
costumbra di come. Tene un dia-
rio, y scirbi aden kiko bo ta come,
y ki ora y na unda bo ta come.





Un dieta ta esencial pa bo pro-
grama di controla peso. E trabao
principal di un dieta ta pa yudabo
scohe e cumindanan cu lo satisfacé
bo apetito y cu ta cumpli cu e
necesidadnan di bo curpa, mien-
tras cu e ta limita e consumo di
caloria. No tin dieta magico, y
ningun cuminda no ta blokia of
uza e calorianan di otro cuminda-
nan. Ehercisio ta importante, pa
vigoriza bo musculonan y e sis-
tema cardiovascular y pa yuda na
controla bo peso. Sinembargo, ta
mas facil pa come menos caloria
na prome lugar en vez di purba
deshaci di nan despues. Bo mester
cana liher pa 20 minuut pa
deshaci di 2 pida di pan blanco, y
60 minuut pa e mita cup di
pudding di chocolati cu bo no por
a resisti!



’ finalmente, pone metanan razo-
ae pa bo mes. Perdida di peso
mester bai na un razon di | pa 2
liber pa siman. E normanan den e
tabla acompafante ta metanan
final razonable pa mayoria di
hendenan cu ta pisa dimas. Corda,
e obhetivo di control di peso ta pa
sinti, mustra, y biba mihor.

* PESONAN MAXIMO PERMI-
SIBLE

Si bo peso ta surpasa e cilra opuesto
di bo haltura, probablemente bo tin
di baha peso.

HALTURA
(pia - inch)

PESO
(liber)

Muher

128
137
146
15
165
175
185
195



* E tabla aki a ser usa pa Fogerty
International Center U.S.
National Institutes of Health -
Conferencianan di Obesidad.

Fun and play! About 90 children of Esso Club members participated in this year’s
Summer Recreation Program organized by the Esso Club. For five weeks, they
delighted in sunshine activities such as swimming and camping and expanded their
creativity with arts and crafts











ARUBA ESSO NEWS

JULY 1984



v2 Me principal .



Se di pag. 4)

pator di trabao. Esaki ta mustra e
necesidad pa aumenta y continua
cu e enfasis ariba seguridad pa
asina nos por elimina accidentenan
serio totalmente. E incidentenan
operativo masha costoso na e
unidadnan di hidrégeno y azulre,
loke a acentua e necesidad pa haci
cambionan den un cantidad di
area, tambe a constitui un mayor
desilusion. Na momento cu e arti-
culo aki bai imprenta, nos a caba
di experiencia un otro incidente
operativo, un candela na Pipestill
no. 8. Mientras cu te ainda e ta
bao di investigacion, nos conoci-
miento inicial di e causa ta cu un
“bleeder” habri tabata e fuente di
hydrocarburo cu tabata duna com-
bustible na e candela. Nos no por
permiti nos mes pa laga cosnan
asina pasa. Adicionalmente, nos
mester a ahusta un cantidad di
practicanan perteneciente na mez-
clamento di productonan pa sigura
nos posicion como un suministra-
dor confiable di productonan di
calidad. E tres areanan aki, heri-
danan, incidentenan operativo y
control ariba e calidad di produc-
tonan, tabata nos desilusionnan
principal e afia aki.”

P.: Gerencia evidentemente a acentud
seguridad den operacionnan durante e
promer mitar di e aha aki. Compania a
tene reunionnan di seguridad, a sigi cu
bishitanan di seguridad, y ta poniendo
mas enfasis ariba seguridad den hopi
manera. Recientemente, un campana pa
seguridad pafor di trabao tambe a
wordo inicid. FE. actividadnan aki tabata
tin algun efecto positivo?







Mr. Naugle and his wife Avalyn play
tennis on the island’s tennis courts
where they have met many Aruban
families. “One thing I noticed about
Arubans,” said Mr. Naugle, “is that
they have a high sense of moral integ-
rity. And, of course, they are very fri-
endly.” Besides tennis, snowskiing and
jogging, Mr. Naugle also enjoys his
grandchildren. Laughingly he said,
»The good thing about grandchildren is
that you can spoil them without having
to suffer the consequences .....”



C.: Mi ta kere cu ta mucho
tempran pa yega na conclusionnan
firme, pero nos a hafa algun
reaccion positivo di nos hendenan,
indicando nan interes sincero pa
cu e preocupacionnan cu Compa-
nia pa loke ta trata seguridad. Mi
tin un sentimiento cu e enfasis
ariba seguridad den operacion ta
cuminza duna resultado, pero e
aplicacion di seguridad pafor di
trabao te ainda ta un problema
grandi. Bo sa cu nos tabata tin 37
accidente cu pérdida di tempo



Nine Lago engineers along with some participants from other Exxon affiliates
attended a one-week course in ”Safety in Engineering Design” instructed by two
Exxon Research & Engineering employees.





pafor di trabao durante e prome
mitar di e afia aki compara cu
solamente dos na trabao? Ta pesey
nos lo sigi enfatisa seguridad tanto
na trabao como pator di trabao.
P.: E impresion general cu mi ta haha
papiando cubo y cu otro personanan den
e organizacion la, cu como organizacion
nos no a haci asina un mal trabao. E
hecho ta cu realmente, cu excepcion di
algun accidente y errornan desaforlu-
nado, nos a haci un trabao basta bon
den operacionnan le awor e ana aki.
Esaki ta duna nos algun speranza pa

Suluro?

C.: Henter e organizacion di Lago
tin suficiente capacidad pa logra
hopi cos. Esaki a wordo demonstra
hopi biaha. Nos tin un forza
obreril dedica cu ta claramente
suficientemente bon pa competi
contra cualquier otro na mundo.
Mi tin di senala sinembargo cu nos
mester sigi haci tur loke ta posible
pa un funcionamiento excelente,
pasobra cu un funcionamiento
mediocre lo no tin posibilidad pa
sobrevivencia. Nos por haci hopi
pa contribui na un bon futuro pa
Lago, pero esaki lo signilica dedi-
cacion continuo na trabao y aten-
cion intenso pa detayenan di nos
tur. Nos por haci nos parti si nos
ta determina y si nos traha eficien-
temente pa proteha nos futuro,
Tur e publicidad tocante cera-
mento di Lago ta masha inquie-
tante pa nos tur, pero nos mester
haci tur esfuerzo pa pone e insegu-
ridadnan aki un banda y concen-
tra nos esfuerzonan ariba e reto
principal actual: haci Lago mas

competidor, Nos tur tin un interes
den esaki y cada persona den «
refineria por haci un contribucion a

pa logra e meta ey.

NS
Pa

Nota di Redactor: E columna
iregular aki yama ’’Bista di Ariba” lo
ofrece éentrevistanan cu miembronan di
gerencia ehecutivo cu lo duna nos nan
bista for di ey riba unda e
perspectiva di cosnan por ta
tin biaha cu for di nos plataforma

reas ta



















JULY 1984

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

















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INTERCOR

Exxon Coal International, on

behalf of INTERCOR, has obtat-
ned a contract with the Finnish
Sugar ( mI rinn ar) fon
Cerrejon coal deli

three-year period. Beg in the
t 1 maximum of



of high-quality

1 il of low sulfur and ash

nt will be supplied to



negotiated by

\ coal. Finncoal
purchasin 4 »wned by
Finnish power companies and
istrial enterprise them
I igar. Upon signing the Finn-

uw contract, Finncoal requested
n offer of an additional quantity
oO il for its other associates
CARBOCOL

CARBOCOL has signed on the

Electric Fuels Corporation, an afti-
liate of the Florida Power Corpo-
ration, for annual deliveries o

about 500,000 tonnes of Cerrejon

coal. The contract is for a 54-
month period, beginning in Janu-
ary of 1985

Previously Signed Contracts

By INTERCOR (Exxon alfiliate
e ELSAM — Denmark
e ESB — Ireland

By CARBOCOL (Colombian

Government coal company

e CARBOEX Spain

Cerrejon Projects Progress

As of the end of May, Cerrejon
Coal Project construction was 53
percent complete, as follows:

e The mine: 42 percent complete
e The port: 56 percent complete
e The railroad: 74 percent
complete.

Above article was reprinted from
the Ahora”.



CONTRATO
NOBO PA
CARBON DI
CERREJON

Dos contrato nobo a wordo obteni
pa carbon di Cerrejon: un door di
Exxon Coal International, un divi-
sion di EIA, y un door di CAR-
BOCOL, e compania Colombiano
den cual Exxon tin 50 porciento di
interes.

Exxon Coal International/-

INTERCOR

Exxon Coal International, na
nomber di INTERCOR, a obtene
un contrato cu Finnish Sugai
Company

Finnsugar) pa suminis-




tracion di carbon durante un
periodo di tres afia. Cuminzando
den e segundo mitar di 1985, un
maximo di 200.000 ton di carbon
di calidad halto cu ta contene
poco azulre y shinishi lo wordo
suministra na Finnsugar.

E contrato a wordo negocia door
di Finnsugar y Finncoal. Finncoal
ta e compania cumprador cu ta
propiedad di 17 compania di
electricidad y empresanan indus-
trial na Finlandia, entre nan Finn-
sugar. Despues di e firmamento di
e contrato cu Finnsugar, Finncoal
a haci un peticion pa un olerta pa
un cantidad di carbon adicional
pa su otro socionan.

CARBOCOL

CARBOCOL a firma un contrato
cu Electric Fuels Corporation, un
afiliado di Florida Power Corpora-
tion, pa un suministracion anual di
500.000 ton di carbon Cerrejon. E
contrato ta pa un periodo di 54
luna, cuminzando na Januari di

1985.
Contrato Anterior firma

Door di INTERCOR (atfiliado di
Exxon)

e Elsam - Dinamarka

e ESB - Inlandia

Door di CARBOCOL (compania di
carbon di gobierno Colombiano)

e CARBOEX - Spaja.

Proceso den Proyectonan di
Cerrejon

Desde fin di Mei, e construccion di
e CerrejonCoal Project tabata 53
porciento cla, manera ta sigi:

e E mina: 42 porciento completa
wal: 56 porciento completa
e ferrocaril: 74 porciento



completa

E articulo aki a ser reproduci for di

* Ahora”











ARUBA ESSO NEWS

OMe yee bie Mr Tiga ee bree
and body many ers

eS indulge in sports
activities they organize after
working hours. The months

of June and July were full of ©

interdepartmental softball
and volleyball tournament

a where ete tts
and laughter were the r
of the game ...... The Sec

_ Selection volleyball team

resulted as the champion

the HDS team as the sub-

champion of the’ volleyball -
tournament.



JULY 1984



Full Text




ARWB A

Lago Oil & Transport Co., Ltd.

Aruba, Netherlands Antilles



| VOLUME 45 - NO. 7
L

JULY 1984



MAJOR CHAL

MAKE LAGO
MORE COMPETITING

remaining
lepartment

What have

net all
he major project comple-
ips. The results of
ear have been ver
In most areas.
ions has Management
moolh operation
npower
\.: One of the things we had to do
was to streamline operations. We
have shutdown units without com-
promising our ability to meet ow
commitments. As a result of oun
streamlining, we are running three
out of four pipestills, one of two
vacuum -units, one and sometimes
two of our three goliners, two of
the three Hydrolining plants, two
of the three sulphur units. In
addition, significant reductions
were made in the Light Ends
operation by shutting down ou
Alkylation Unit, a Naphta Hydrof:
iner and several Light Ends
towers. Furthermore, 25% of out
tankage facilities have been
removed from service as well as



Mr. Robert Naugle
Operations Department Manager

Mr. Robert Naugle, Lago’s
Operations Department Mana-
oie eNom Geetha belee
January of 1983. In that year
and a half. Mr. Naugle has had
to steward a number of transi-
tions, changes and reorganiza-
tions in what may be termed
Lago’s most dillicult period of
operations. In the following
interview, Mr. Naugle talks
about those changes: the accom-
plishments, disappointments,
management actions and
employee reactions.



two of our five fingerpiers and
reetberths.

Q,: Can you think of some other actions
Management took?

A.: Yes. We have also encouraged
all levels of the organization to try
to assume more responsibility for
their operations and to make o1
suggest as many improvements
they can. Even with limited man-
power and a tighter budget, we
believe there are still many impro-
vements that can be made if we
can get the entire organization's
help in defining and implementing
them. To help accomplish this, as
you know, we merged three
Mechanical Divisions into two and
four Process Divisions into three.
We also combined the Mechanical
and Process departments into one
Operations Department. All of this
was done to make it a more
eflective team. Today, we can say
this has resulted in improved
teamwork and greater ability to
accomplish jobs at a faster pace
and lower cost. Along with the
excellent assistance and coopera-
tion we receive from the Technical
people, we have formed a very
effective Process - Mechanical -
Technical team.

Q,: As we can see, Lago employees,
especially those in your department, have
been through some major changes and
reorganizations since January. Many
have had to work overtime, work a
different job, deal with different prob-
lems than they were used to and take on
more responsibility on their jobs. These
situations can be stressful at times. In
your opinion, how have the employees
reacted to these situations so far?

A.: The challenges that Lago has
faced this year are challenges that
an organization is seldom required
to deal with in such a limited
period of time. Our people have
done an outstanding job in meet-
ing these challenges! And not only
that, they have also demonstrated
better operations as shown by the
long runlengths on our pipestills
and the vacuum units. The suc-
cessful start-up of some majo
projects was also a significant

accomplishment. In a short period
—


2 ARUBA ESSO NEWS JULY 1984



The ARUBA ESSO NEWS is published for all
Lago employees. Please contact the Editor for

Editor: Mrs. Myrna Jansen-Feliciano
Translation into Papiamento by: Mr. G. W. Bosse
Photographs by: Joe’s Photographic Service
Printer: Verenigde Antilliaanse Drukkerijen N

permission to reprint or reproduce any portion of
this magazine.



we were able to put the HDS
Purge Gas Project, the Utilities
Modernization Project and the
Light Ends Streamlining in opera-
tion and we successlully started
making butane shipments. In othe1
words, Lago employees have
demonstrated that they have the
skills, flexibility and determination
to successfully meet many difficult
challenges.

Q.: We have talked about challenges
and accomplishments. How about
disappointments?

A.: Injuries are things we all

want to avoid, but unfortunately,
two of our Mechanical people
suflered serious injuries this year,
both on and off the job. This points
out the need for continued and
increasing emphasis on salety so
we can totally eliminate serious
injuries. The very costly operating
incidents at the Hydrogen and
Sulphur Units, which stressed the
need for making changes in a
number of areas, also constituted a
major disappointment. As this
article is going to press, we have
just had another operating inci-
dent, a fire at Pipestill no. 8.
While it is still under investigation,
our initial knowledge of the cause
is that an open bleeder was the
source of hydrocarbon fueling the
fire. We just cannot allord to let

Cr oT ee

Over 90 signs on ear protection were posted in the refinery to create more awareness
of the need for such protection in certain high noise areas. The highly contrasting



things like that happen. Additio-
nally, we have had to make
adjustments to a number of practi-
ces pertaining to product blending
to ensure our position as a reliable
supplier of quality products. These
three areas, injuries, operating
incidents and product quality con-
trol, were our major disappoint-
ments this year.”

Q.: Management has obviously stressed
safely in operations during the first half
of this year. The Company has held
Safety meetings, continued with safely
audits, and is placing more emphasis on
safety in may ways. Just recently, an
off-the-job safely campaign was also
initiated. Have those activities had an)
positive effects?



A.: I believe it is too soon to draw
any firm conclusions, but we have
had some positive reactions from
our people, indicating their sincere
interest about the Company’s sal-
ety concerns. I have a feeling that
the emphasis in operating salety is
starting to pay off. but our oll-the-

job safety performance continues

to be a major problem. Do you
know that we have had 37 off-the-

job lost time accidents through the

first half of this year compared to
only two on the job?. That’s why

we will continue to stress safety oll
the job as much as on the job.



black on yellow signs clearly draw the necessary attention.





Q.: The general impression that I get
from talking to you and other persons in
the organization is that as an organiza-
tion we have not been doing that bad.
As a matter of fact, except for a feu
unfortunate juries and errors, we have
done a pretty good job in operations so
far this year. Does that give us some
hope for the future?

A.: The entire Lago organization
has sufficient capabilities to
accomplish many things. It has
been demonstrated many times
We have a dedicated worklorce
that is clearly good enough to
compete against any other in the
world. I have to point out to you
though, that we have to continue
to strive for excellent perlormance
because with mediocre perfor-
mance we don’t stand a chance
We can do a lot to contribute
towards a good future for Lago



but it will mean cont ous dil-
igent work and clo ittention t¢
details for all of us. We can do ou
share if we are determined and

work effectively to protect ou
future. All the publicity about
Lago shutting down is very dis-
turbing to all of us. but we must
try our best to put these uncertain-
ties aside and concentrate ow
efforts on the major challenge at
hand: making Lago more competi-
tive. We all have a stake in it and
every person in the refinery can
make a contribution towards that

goal. 5

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kc

11 kO) ae

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Editor’s Note: This irregular column ”

called View From The Top”’ will P

feature interviews with members of top F
PETE Tout memo ean Mtoe (
views from up there Yavem tite F
perspective of things may sometimes be .

different than from our platform tr

Pp:

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JULY 1984

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

E RETO PRINCIPAL: HAC
LAGO MAS COMPETIDOR

wreanizacion

enos empleado

Operations
d parti di ¢
raha bao di
Vilar ana a pasa

1 le awor?

n resultadonan posi-

omer mitar di
1 cumpli cu nos obheti-
coremento di crudo, nos

indo e cantidad di crudo

erencia a

SUAVE

cumpli cu nos
1 sulri di esaki
ultado di nos *’streamli
coriendo tres di ¢
un die dos
acum unit in, un y tin
yiaha dos-di nos tre goliner”
dos die tres plantanan di
hydrolining \ clos di « tres

\demas,

ignificante a wordo

unidadnan di azulre
reduccionnan
hact den e operacion di “Light

Ends’, door di saca nos * Alkyla-

Naphta Hydroti-
Light Ends tower”

959

tion Unit”, un
ner” y varios
for di servicio. Fuera di esey,
di nos facilidadnan di tanki a
wordo saca for di servicio hunto cu
dos di nos cinco “fingerpier” y
*reelberth” nan

P.: Bo por pensa di algun otro accion
cu Gerencia a tuma?

C.: Si. Nos a encurasha tambe tu
e nivelnan di e organizacion pa
trata di asumi mas responsabilidad
pa nan operacionnan y pa haci of

sugeri mehoracionnan tanto cu



we have to continue to strive for
excellent performance ...”

Sr. Robert Naugle, Operations
Department Manager di Lago,
ta cu nos desde January di
1983. Den e afia y mei ey, Sr.
Naugle mester a dirigi un c
dad di transicion, cambio y
reorganisacionnan den loke por
wordo calificd como Lago su
periodo di operacion mas dificil.
Den e siguiente entrevista, Sr.
Naugle ta papia tocante e cam-
bionan aki: e légronan, desilu-
sionnan, accionnan di gerencia
y reaccion di empleadonan.

nan por. Hasta cu un cantidad
limita di empleado y un budget
mas chiquito, nos ta kere cu ainda
tin hopi mehoracionnan cu por
wordo haci si nos haha e ayudo di
henter e organizacion pa defini y
ehecuta nan. Pa yuda logra esaki.
manera bo sa, nos a uni tres
Mechanical Division den dos \
cuatro Process Division den tres
Tambe nos a combina e
departamentonan di Mechanical y
Process den un solo departamento

division

di operacion, esta Operations
Department. Tur esaki a wordo
haci pa asina forma un equipo mas
electivo. Awe, nos por bisa cu



esaki a resulta den mehoracion den
trabao di equipo Youn mihoi
habilidad pa caba cu trabaonan
na un manera mas rapido y cu
menos gasto. Hunto cu e asistencia
\ cooperac ion excelente cu nosa
hana di e hendenan di e departa-
mento técnico, nos a forma un
equipo di Process - Mechanical -
Technical masha etectivo.
P.: Manera nos por mira, empleadonan
di Lago, especialmente esnan den bo
deparlamento, a experiencia cambionan )
reorganizacionnan grandi desde Januar.
Hopi di nan mester a traha “overtime’’,
traha un trabao diferente, trata cu
problemanan cu ta diferente di esnan cu
nan ta cuslumbrd y tuma mas responsa-
bilidad ariba nan mes na nan trabao-
nan. E. situactonnan aki tin biaha por
causa presion. Den bo opinion, con
empleadonan a reacciond ariba e situa-
cionnan aki te awor?
C.: E retonan cu Lago a enlrenta e
afia aki ta retonan cu cual poco
biaha un organizacion mester trata
den un periodo di tempo asina
limita. Nos hendenan a haci un
trabao sobresaliente den e manera
cu nan a respondé na e retonan
aki! Y no solamente esey. tambe
nan a demonstra operacionnan
mihor, manera e coridanan mas
largo di nos pipestill y “vacuum
unit” nan ta mustra. E start-up
exitoso di algun proyecto principal
tambe ta un logro significante.
Den poco tempo tabata posible pa
nos pone HDS Purge Gas Project,
e Utilities Modernization Project \
Light Ends Streamlining den ope-
racion y nos a cuminza haci
embarquenan di butano exitosa-
mente. Den otro palabra, emplea-
donan di Lago a demonstra cu
nan tin e habilidad, flexibilidad y
determinacion pa exitosamente
entrenta hopi retonan dificil.
P.: Nos a papia tocante retonan )
logronan. Que hubo di desilusionnan?
C.: Heridanan ta cosnan cu nos
tur kier evita, pero desafortunada-
mente dos di nos hendenan di
Mechanical a sulri accidentenan
serio e aha aki, ambos na trabao y
(cont. ariba pag. 6)


—



Need to ‘control your weight?

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

GOOD DIET IS ESSENTIAL

Since 60% of Lago male
employees, and 40% of Lago
female employees are overweight,
the topic of weight control should
be of great interest to many
readers.

Obesity is simply an excess of
energy, stored in the body as fat.
Fat accumulates whenever the
intake of energy, usually measured
in calories, exceeds the body's
need. In Aruba many people
maintain a diet that is very high in
starch foods, such as bread and
rice, which have a high energy
content. These diets also tend to
contain very few vegetables, which
have a low energy content. Many
workers at Lago add to this
problem by eating an extra meal
while working shifts, or overtime.
Insurance company statistics show
that overweight people do not live
as long as slim people do. They
have an increased incidence of
heart disease, high blood pressure,
diabetes, gall stones, and arthritis.
The treatment of obesity is easy:
decrease the intake and increase
the expenditure of calories. Moti-
vating people to do so is not easy.







The first step to losing weight is to
make up your mind to control you
weight, and to enlist the help of
your friends and family. Cut out a
picture of someone you want to
look like, or don’t want to look
like, and put it on the door of you
refrigerator. The next step is to
become aware of your eating hab-
its. Keep a diary, and write down
what you eat, and when and
where you eat.

A good diet is an essential part ol
your weight control program. The
main job of the diet is to help you
choose foods that will satisfy your
appetite and meet the needs of
your body, while limiting the
calorie intake. There are no magi-
cal diets, and no foods that block
or use up the calories from other
foods.

Exercise is important, to tone up
your muscles and cardiovascular
system and to help to control your
weight. However, it is much easier
to eat fewer calories in the first
place than to try to work them olf
later. You have to walk briskly for
20 minutes to burn off 2 pieces of
white bread, and 60 minutes for
that 1/2 cup of chocolate pudding
that you couldn't resist!

To improve communications, a new two-way radio system was put into operation in
the Maintenance Operations and Mechanical Services Divisions in June. An impor-
tant feature of this system is that, contrary to the pager system, it allows for

two-way communications between the caller and the radio user. On photo: Billy
Cannegieter using the radio system in his office at the MOB.



JULY 1984



And finally, set reasonable goals
for yourself. Weight loss should be
at a rate of 1 to 2 pounds per
week. The standards printed in the
accompanying table are reasonable
final goals for most overweight
people. Remember, the object of
weight control is to feel, look, and
live better.

* MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE
WEIGHTS

If your weight exceeds the value
opposite of your height, you prob-
ably need to lose weight.



HEIGHT WEIGHT
(feet - inches pounds
Men Women

199

137

16

E55

165

175

195

* This table is used by the Fogert

International Center U.S
National Institute of Health -
Conferences on Obesity

Slips/Falls

Cuts

Traffic Accidents
idents



ys lost Year-to-Date:

a’








JULY 1984

a]



Ya cu 60% di empleadonan mascu-
lino di Lago, y 40% di esnan
femenina ta pisa dimas, e topico di
control di peso mester ta di gran
interes pa hopi lector

Obesidad (gordura) ta simple-
mente un exceso di energia, warda
den e curpa den forma di vet. Vet
ta acumula ki ora cu e consumo di
energia, normalmente midi den
caloria, ta surpasa e curpa su
necesidad. Na Aruba hopi hende
ta mantene un dieta cu ta hopi
rico na almidon (= zetmeel),
manera pan y aroz, cualnan tin un
contenido halto di energia. E tipo
di dietanan aki hopi biaha ta
contené masha poco berdura, cual
ta contené poco energia. Hopi

o ta agrega na €

trahador na Lag

problema aki, door di come un



cuminda extra ora di traha warda,
of overtime’

Estadisticanan di companianan di
eguro ta mustra Cu hendenan
ordo no ta biba mes largo
manera hende delga. Nan tin un
incidencia mas grandi di enferme-

id di curazon, presion halto di
nger, diabetes, piedranan di
iliar (= | artritis
E tratamento di obesidad ta facil:
consum! meno aumenta e gasta-

mento di caloria. Motivando
hende pa haci esey no ta facil

ber vase tc.

NS) Oo
(ay,

|

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i



ARUBA ESSO NEWS

Bo mester baha peso?

UN BON DICTA TA ESENCIAL

+ prome paso pa baha peso ta pa
ai idi na aplica bo mes na contro-
14 bo peso, y pa inclui e ayudo di
bo amigonan y bo familia. Pega
un portret di un hende cu bo kier
of no kier parse, ariba e porta di
bo frigidaire. E siguiente paso ta
pa bo ta consciente di locual bo ta
costumbra di come. Tene un dia-
rio, y scirbi aden kiko bo ta come,
y ki ora y na unda bo ta come.





Un dieta ta esencial pa bo pro-
grama di controla peso. E trabao
principal di un dieta ta pa yudabo
scohe e cumindanan cu lo satisfacé
bo apetito y cu ta cumpli cu e
necesidadnan di bo curpa, mien-
tras cu e ta limita e consumo di
caloria. No tin dieta magico, y
ningun cuminda no ta blokia of
uza e calorianan di otro cuminda-
nan. Ehercisio ta importante, pa
vigoriza bo musculonan y e sis-
tema cardiovascular y pa yuda na
controla bo peso. Sinembargo, ta
mas facil pa come menos caloria
na prome lugar en vez di purba
deshaci di nan despues. Bo mester
cana liher pa 20 minuut pa
deshaci di 2 pida di pan blanco, y
60 minuut pa e mita cup di
pudding di chocolati cu bo no por
a resisti!



’ finalmente, pone metanan razo-
ae pa bo mes. Perdida di peso
mester bai na un razon di | pa 2
liber pa siman. E normanan den e
tabla acompafante ta metanan
final razonable pa mayoria di
hendenan cu ta pisa dimas. Corda,
e obhetivo di control di peso ta pa
sinti, mustra, y biba mihor.

* PESONAN MAXIMO PERMI-
SIBLE

Si bo peso ta surpasa e cilra opuesto
di bo haltura, probablemente bo tin
di baha peso.

HALTURA
(pia - inch)

PESO
(liber)

Muher

128
137
146
15
165
175
185
195



* E tabla aki a ser usa pa Fogerty
International Center U.S.
National Institutes of Health -
Conferencianan di Obesidad.

Fun and play! About 90 children of Esso Club members participated in this year’s
Summer Recreation Program organized by the Esso Club. For five weeks, they
delighted in sunshine activities such as swimming and camping and expanded their
creativity with arts and crafts








ARUBA ESSO NEWS

JULY 1984



v2 Me principal .



Se di pag. 4)

pator di trabao. Esaki ta mustra e
necesidad pa aumenta y continua
cu e enfasis ariba seguridad pa
asina nos por elimina accidentenan
serio totalmente. E incidentenan
operativo masha costoso na e
unidadnan di hidrégeno y azulre,
loke a acentua e necesidad pa haci
cambionan den un cantidad di
area, tambe a constitui un mayor
desilusion. Na momento cu e arti-
culo aki bai imprenta, nos a caba
di experiencia un otro incidente
operativo, un candela na Pipestill
no. 8. Mientras cu te ainda e ta
bao di investigacion, nos conoci-
miento inicial di e causa ta cu un
“bleeder” habri tabata e fuente di
hydrocarburo cu tabata duna com-
bustible na e candela. Nos no por
permiti nos mes pa laga cosnan
asina pasa. Adicionalmente, nos
mester a ahusta un cantidad di
practicanan perteneciente na mez-
clamento di productonan pa sigura
nos posicion como un suministra-
dor confiable di productonan di
calidad. E tres areanan aki, heri-
danan, incidentenan operativo y
control ariba e calidad di produc-
tonan, tabata nos desilusionnan
principal e afia aki.”

P.: Gerencia evidentemente a acentud
seguridad den operacionnan durante e
promer mitar di e aha aki. Compania a
tene reunionnan di seguridad, a sigi cu
bishitanan di seguridad, y ta poniendo
mas enfasis ariba seguridad den hopi
manera. Recientemente, un campana pa
seguridad pafor di trabao tambe a
wordo inicid. FE. actividadnan aki tabata
tin algun efecto positivo?







Mr. Naugle and his wife Avalyn play
tennis on the island’s tennis courts
where they have met many Aruban
families. “One thing I noticed about
Arubans,” said Mr. Naugle, “is that
they have a high sense of moral integ-
rity. And, of course, they are very fri-
endly.” Besides tennis, snowskiing and
jogging, Mr. Naugle also enjoys his
grandchildren. Laughingly he said,
»The good thing about grandchildren is
that you can spoil them without having
to suffer the consequences .....”



C.: Mi ta kere cu ta mucho
tempran pa yega na conclusionnan
firme, pero nos a hafa algun
reaccion positivo di nos hendenan,
indicando nan interes sincero pa
cu e preocupacionnan cu Compa-
nia pa loke ta trata seguridad. Mi
tin un sentimiento cu e enfasis
ariba seguridad den operacion ta
cuminza duna resultado, pero e
aplicacion di seguridad pafor di
trabao te ainda ta un problema
grandi. Bo sa cu nos tabata tin 37
accidente cu pérdida di tempo



Nine Lago engineers along with some participants from other Exxon affiliates
attended a one-week course in ”Safety in Engineering Design” instructed by two
Exxon Research & Engineering employees.





pafor di trabao durante e prome
mitar di e afia aki compara cu
solamente dos na trabao? Ta pesey
nos lo sigi enfatisa seguridad tanto
na trabao como pator di trabao.
P.: E impresion general cu mi ta haha
papiando cubo y cu otro personanan den
e organizacion la, cu como organizacion
nos no a haci asina un mal trabao. E
hecho ta cu realmente, cu excepcion di
algun accidente y errornan desaforlu-
nado, nos a haci un trabao basta bon
den operacionnan le awor e ana aki.
Esaki ta duna nos algun speranza pa

Suluro?

C.: Henter e organizacion di Lago
tin suficiente capacidad pa logra
hopi cos. Esaki a wordo demonstra
hopi biaha. Nos tin un forza
obreril dedica cu ta claramente
suficientemente bon pa competi
contra cualquier otro na mundo.
Mi tin di senala sinembargo cu nos
mester sigi haci tur loke ta posible
pa un funcionamiento excelente,
pasobra cu un funcionamiento
mediocre lo no tin posibilidad pa
sobrevivencia. Nos por haci hopi
pa contribui na un bon futuro pa
Lago, pero esaki lo signilica dedi-
cacion continuo na trabao y aten-
cion intenso pa detayenan di nos
tur. Nos por haci nos parti si nos
ta determina y si nos traha eficien-
temente pa proteha nos futuro,
Tur e publicidad tocante cera-
mento di Lago ta masha inquie-
tante pa nos tur, pero nos mester
haci tur esfuerzo pa pone e insegu-
ridadnan aki un banda y concen-
tra nos esfuerzonan ariba e reto
principal actual: haci Lago mas

competidor, Nos tur tin un interes
den esaki y cada persona den «
refineria por haci un contribucion a

pa logra e meta ey.

NS
Pa

Nota di Redactor: E columna
iregular aki yama ’’Bista di Ariba” lo
ofrece éentrevistanan cu miembronan di
gerencia ehecutivo cu lo duna nos nan
bista for di ey riba unda e
perspectiva di cosnan por ta
tin biaha cu for di nos plataforma

reas ta
















JULY 1984

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

















EXXON NEWS

NEW CONTRACTS

FOR CERREJON COAL

I'wo new contracts have been obtai-
ned for Cerrejon Coal, one by Exxon

Coal International, a Division of
EIA ind one by CARBOCOL,
Exxon’s 50-percent Colombian
partner

Exxon Coal International/-

INTERCOR

Exxon Coal International, on

behalf of INTERCOR, has obtat-
ned a contract with the Finnish
Sugar ( mI rinn ar) fon
Cerrejon coal deli

three-year period. Beg in the
t 1 maximum of



of high-quality

1 il of low sulfur and ash

nt will be supplied to



negotiated by

\ coal. Finncoal
purchasin 4 »wned by
Finnish power companies and
istrial enterprise them
I igar. Upon signing the Finn-

uw contract, Finncoal requested
n offer of an additional quantity
oO il for its other associates
CARBOCOL

CARBOCOL has signed on the

Electric Fuels Corporation, an afti-
liate of the Florida Power Corpo-
ration, for annual deliveries o

about 500,000 tonnes of Cerrejon

coal. The contract is for a 54-
month period, beginning in Janu-
ary of 1985

Previously Signed Contracts

By INTERCOR (Exxon alfiliate
e ELSAM — Denmark
e ESB — Ireland

By CARBOCOL (Colombian

Government coal company

e CARBOEX Spain

Cerrejon Projects Progress

As of the end of May, Cerrejon
Coal Project construction was 53
percent complete, as follows:

e The mine: 42 percent complete
e The port: 56 percent complete
e The railroad: 74 percent
complete.

Above article was reprinted from
the Ahora”.



CONTRATO
NOBO PA
CARBON DI
CERREJON

Dos contrato nobo a wordo obteni
pa carbon di Cerrejon: un door di
Exxon Coal International, un divi-
sion di EIA, y un door di CAR-
BOCOL, e compania Colombiano
den cual Exxon tin 50 porciento di
interes.

Exxon Coal International/-

INTERCOR

Exxon Coal International, na
nomber di INTERCOR, a obtene
un contrato cu Finnish Sugai
Company

Finnsugar) pa suminis-




tracion di carbon durante un
periodo di tres afia. Cuminzando
den e segundo mitar di 1985, un
maximo di 200.000 ton di carbon
di calidad halto cu ta contene
poco azulre y shinishi lo wordo
suministra na Finnsugar.

E contrato a wordo negocia door
di Finnsugar y Finncoal. Finncoal
ta e compania cumprador cu ta
propiedad di 17 compania di
electricidad y empresanan indus-
trial na Finlandia, entre nan Finn-
sugar. Despues di e firmamento di
e contrato cu Finnsugar, Finncoal
a haci un peticion pa un olerta pa
un cantidad di carbon adicional
pa su otro socionan.

CARBOCOL

CARBOCOL a firma un contrato
cu Electric Fuels Corporation, un
afiliado di Florida Power Corpora-
tion, pa un suministracion anual di
500.000 ton di carbon Cerrejon. E
contrato ta pa un periodo di 54
luna, cuminzando na Januari di

1985.
Contrato Anterior firma

Door di INTERCOR (atfiliado di
Exxon)

e Elsam - Dinamarka

e ESB - Inlandia

Door di CARBOCOL (compania di
carbon di gobierno Colombiano)

e CARBOEX - Spaja.

Proceso den Proyectonan di
Cerrejon

Desde fin di Mei, e construccion di
e CerrejonCoal Project tabata 53
porciento cla, manera ta sigi:

e E mina: 42 porciento completa
wal: 56 porciento completa
e ferrocaril: 74 porciento



completa

E articulo aki a ser reproduci for di

* Ahora”








ARUBA ESSO NEWS

OMe yee bie Mr Tiga ee bree
and body many ers

eS indulge in sports
activities they organize after
working hours. The months

of June and July were full of ©

interdepartmental softball
and volleyball tournament

a where ete tts
and laughter were the r
of the game ...... The Sec

_ Selection volleyball team

resulted as the champion

the HDS team as the sub-

champion of the’ volleyball -
tournament.



JULY 1984



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