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Why Philippine Made Products can not Compete with Imported Counterparts?

More than two (2) decades ago, I was part of a team to construct a PhP550M polypropylene plant, it was designed to produce about 160,000 MT of polypropylene pellets annually. The projected cost per kilogram…

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Did you Even Read the Manual?

It is very common mistake for most engineers and technical people not to consult the accompanying instruction manual of a newly purchased equipment. As the new equipment is just a newer version of an existing…

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Challenges of The Year of the Earth Dog

The Chinese Horoscope 2018 predicts that this year of the Brown Earth Dog is going to be a good year in all respects, but it will also be an exhausting year. You will be happy,…

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Resilience and Adaptability Makes A Job Seeker More Competitive

Despite the numerous job opportunities being published online and on papers, the number of job seekers alone makes job placement very difficult. In a single job opportunity, the number of applicants sometimes reaches 300. It…

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PSALM Customers’ Forum

A few months back, my company received a Php 54M bill from the Power Sector Assets & Liabilities Management (PSALM) Corporation as part of the Implementation of Energy Regulatory Commission Decision and Order for the…

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Ver Pangonilo

Ver Pangonilo, PEE RPEQ

A Registered Professional Engineer of Queensland (RPEQ), Professional Electrical Engineer (PEE – Philippines) and certified hazardous areas electrical designer with more than 20 years experience in concept definition, front-end engineering (FEED), HV & LV detail design, 3D model reviews, work share, construction and commissioning of Hazardous and Non-Hazardous Area electrical installations in water pipeline and pumping facilities, offshore platforms, FPSO, oil & gas process plants and pipelines including related facilities; experience in instrumentation and control, hazardous area classification for explosive gas and combustible dust atmospheres including intrinsically safe calculations and Computerised Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS).