I have experience with multi-national environments, remote and dangerous areas and location,

top-five international companies, high and ultimate responsibilities in projects which easily touch 550.000 Euro per day and more and so... Add leadership traits that include honesty, integrity, decisiveness, a successful history of working well with other team members, an ongoing passion to learn, grow and to increase my knowledge and you will have my profile.

JUN 22

My Drawings

posted by Rares .:. on June 22, 2012 18:33 as RIS's Artworks

innovaeditor/assets/admin/RIS Flipper Drawing 20120622-01.jpg

Scratching a black-paint covered paper could lead you to have interesting results...

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10 Tips for Talking About Training

posted by Rares .:. on June 06, 2012 12:57 as Training

10 Tips for Talking About Training / Topic: Training



1. Use everyday language. When you have to include technical terms, explain what they mean, and write them on a board or flip chart so that employees can see the words as well as hear them.

2. Take education and language proficiency into account. For example, if you have non-English-speaking employees in your group, speak slowly and clearly, and point to equipment, labels, etc., that illustrate what you're saying.

Also be sure to demonstrate procedures as you explain them. Let trainees know it's OK to keep asking questions until they really understand your message.

3. Smile and be friendly. Be conversational. Don't lecture.

4. Maintain a comfortable pace and moderate volume. ...


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MAY 30

SEISMIC ACQUISITION- Hydrocarbon exploration

posted by Rares .:. on May 30, 2012 20:27 as Seismic project

Hydrocarbon exploration
Reflection seismology, more commonly referred to as "seismic reflection” or abbreviated to "seismic” within the hydrocarbon industry, is used by petroleum geologists and geophysicists to map and interpret potential petroleum reservoirs. The size and scale of seismic surveys has increased alongside the significant concurrent increases in computer power during the last 25 years. This has led the seismic industry from laboriously – and therefore rarely – acquiring small 3D surveys in the 1980s to now routinely acquiring large-scale high resolution 3D surveys. The goals and basic principles have remained the same, but the methods have slightly changed over the years.

The primary environments for seismic exploration are land, the transition zone and marine:

Land - The land environment covers almost every type of terrain that exists on Earth, each bringing its own logistical problems. Examples of this environment are jungle, desert, arctic tundra, forest, ...


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MAY 18

Happy Birthday to me...

posted by Rares .:. on May 18, 2012 21:22 as General

Happy birthday to me on 40th anniversary...

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