Instrumentation and Electricity Leader
Hildemaro Jose Yerbes is an Electrical Engineer, Instrumentation, and Electrical Leader at Nakasawa Resources. He has more than 35 years of experience supervising, operating, and maintaining various industrial processes; designing control systems for process automation in the mining and oil industries; and planning, coordinating, and managing construction for different types of projects.
Yerbes also has experience with providing technical advisory on the implementation, installation, testing, start-up, commissioning, operation, and maintenance of steam generation systems, water treatment plants, crude oil heaters, heat exchangers, two-phase/three-phase/electrostatic separators, inventory control systems, remote process monitoring and control systems, PLC programming, and Scada system implementation.
Over the years, he has actively participated in EOR project development, implementation, operation, and maintenance in Venezuela, as well as in the engineering development for the design and construction of EEMM Petropiar Venezuela’s steam generation system. He has also managed major maintenance projects for crude/gas separators for PDVSA Gas – Anaco and for the crude oil heaters in BUDARE-2’s operating area (PETROLERA INDOVENEZOLANA). Lastly, he served as the project lead to update the electrical actuator technology for PDVSA – MERCADO NACIONAL’s SISOR fuel distribution plants in Puerto Ordaz, Maturin, and Ciudad Bolivar.
Before joining the company, Yerbes held several positions in AIT (Automation, IT, and Telecommunications) management at PDVSA-GAS. More recently, he was the project coordinator for technical support and consulting projects during the installation process for several dehydrating plants and other installations in Chevron/PDVSA Petroboscán’s Campo Boscan operations area.