Internationally Experienced Argentinian Logistics Eng

Serial No: 16433
Skills keywords: forecasting leadership, hse oriented, planning

Short Bio:

I'm an experienced Logistics-Procurement& Materials Engineer with more than 18 years in the oil and gas industry.
Strong planning, forecasting and leadership skills plus high HSE working Standards.
Extensive experience in remote locations and multicultural environments, Central Asia and Middle East.
Last two mayor projects in Iraq, Khormor ( Kurdistan) and Garraf( South Basra).

Current location:  Argentina - View on map
Nationality: Argentine
Preferred Sector of Employment:  Oil, Gas and Energy, Transport and Logistics
Spoken languages: english, russian, spanish
Location I am interested in working: Anywhere


Materials & Logistics Engineer 2013

Weatherford , ME,Garraf FCP-Iraq

Part time logistics Consultant for the local Oil & Gas Industry and 2011-2012

High school & university , math’s and physic’s Teacher.

Materiales & Warehouse Manager 2009-2010

Crescent Petroleum International Ltd.-Khormor ,Iraq

FCP in central Irak.,Responsible for all the materials & logistics in country of a 610 Million USD Plant.

The project is part of Kurdistan priority in order to develop all the regional oil & gas resources to feed the domestic and international market according to the last Political agreements with several European Countries and the Turkish government.

Senior Logistics Manager 2008-2009

Caspian Oil & Gas -Kyrgyzstan

Responsible for all the logistics Planning and procurement and contractors sourcing for two remote

locations projects in the south of Kyrgyzstan .One located in the Malisu production field and the other the

Batken Exploration field, both in partnership with Santos Petroleum from Australia

Malisu field is currently been subcontrated to Drill Co for all the production and workover jobs.

Batken project on hold until the existing rig is upgraded according to Santos requirements in order to

Be able to face the severe working conditions of this particular area.

Supply Chain Manager 2004-2006

Tenaris, Steel Pipes Mill. Caspian Sea

Responsible for the construction, procurement, and management from the bidding phase of the first

thread repair shop ($2.5 million project). This is the first RS capable of threading CRA 28 and others in

the region with ranges from 2 3/8 inches to 7 inches in 2005 and up to 20 inches R#3 in 2006

(second phase). Served as coordinator based in Baku-Aktau of all the regional logistics for Tenaris

Pipe supplies to TCO, KCO, KPO, Kazgermunai, and others (200,000 tons/year OCTG and line pipe).

Responsible for managing regional pipe inspections and repairs in third parties RS facilities plus final

certification according to Tenaris standards.

Senior Logistics Manager for the 720 km LNG & NG pipe line project. 2003-2004

Techint Perú, Camisea Pipe Line – Pipe Line Constructions.

Responsible for all the planning, procurement, contractors sourcing, and safety supervision regarding air, land, and river transportation of 720km of 32-inch and 14-inch pipes plus 430 pieces of heavy equipment in a three-phase project (rain forest 220km, mountains 330km, and 170km seashore). Successfully reorganized the transportation in small barges of 28,000 tons of pipes through 330km of the Urubamba river, from Maldonadillo to the Malvinas base harbor in the Peruvian Amazonas rain forest. In coordination with the engineering department, upgraded the installation and administration of a storage station facility of 1.6 million gallons of diesel in the rain forest plus three other stations of 150,000 gallons each, alongside the double pipe line. Responsible for the planning of the first phase of the demobilization of the project which included the engineering of a temporary heavy equipment storage, cleaning, and repairs facility in Matarani Sea Port and the contract of warehouse facilities in Lima for the administration and storage of all of the 32 former temporary camps and installations. Logistics was the only area of the Camisea project which ended showing no significant deviations from the original budget and met all the planned goals in time.

Sales Manager 2000-2003

Tradicom S.A

Responsible for the South America Gas Fields Spare Parts Contracts regarding gas compressors and membranes for well-known companies like Repsol, Texaco, TGN, TGS, Perez Company, and Panamerican Oil. Contract and administrator manager for a $2.5 million membrane project in Neuquén Argentina for Texaco, provided by a major American supplier which included three local subcontracts for another $600,000.

Oilfield suppliers’ Area Manager for Central Asia 1996-2000

Safar Oilfield Services, Turkmenistan.

Responsible for the Central Asia region of the logistics and procurement for several major oilfield

operators like Exxon-Mobile, Patrons Carigali, Bridas Turkmenistan, Unocal, Monumet Oil, and well

known service companies as Halliburton, Schlumberger, Servoil, Nabors Drilling, etc. Established

warehousing and administration facilities according to western standards and developed new

transportation means which were part of the challenge of the region. After successful management, in

three years the company had two new logistics centers in Turkmenistan and Kazakhstan with a

significant increase of sales and new customers, more than three times as compared with the opening

of the operations in the region two years earlier.

Senior Logistics and Procurement Manager 1993-1996

Bridas Oil, Turkmenistan.

Senior Manager of Two joint ventures in Turkmenistan, which included Joint Venture Keimir on shore

production and J.V .Yashlar on shore gas exploration. These two projects ended in a $500 million

investment with more than 1,100 people working in the two fields. Responsible for all the engineered

and bulk purchases, local and international, including customs, expediting, inspection, and logistics of all major contracts from the bidding phase to the closeout and execution stages. Regional manager for all the logistics planning regarding suppliers, transportation, and services from abroad and inland. Warehouse administrator for both JVs with more than 15,.000 square meters of warehousing facilities all over Turkmenistan including three 100-cubic-meter storage tanks of oil in Okarem field and two million gallons of diesel distributed in three different points to minimize cost.

Responsible for the first succesful English –Spanish school for local workers and meddle staff as part of the training programe to develop local man power according to western standards.

Logistics Manager 1990-1993

Palco S.A., Argentina.

Logistics manager responsible for project procurement and contract follow-up and execution, field personnel selection, and development. Responsible for logistics planning and contractors award administration.

Engineering Works, South Africa. 1989-1990

Metal working head of assembly supervisor for daily activities planning. Also served as program loader and documentation controller for one assembly line with 34 people.

AcindarS.A., Argentina 1987-1989

Steel mill head of production and chief of production responsible of programming and controlling monthly production orders, machinery repairs, spare parts consumption, and personnel distribution. Responsible for a crew of 18 people.

Shark Metal Works, Argentina. 1983-1987

Metal working head of the purchasing department and senior buyer responsible for all procurement of consumables and machinery parts in the local and international market. Warehouse administrator for all consumables and contract supervisor of third party contracts. Also responsible for inventory update.


• Education

• Mechanical Engineering, Instituto Tecnológico de Buenos Aires Phd level

• Other Courses

• Altronics Marketing

• Lubricants Marketing

• Strategy and Marketing

• Integral Logistics

• International Trading – Import and Export

• Languages

• English – Fluent

• Spanish – nativ

• German – Technical

• French – Technical

• Russian – Conversational