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MARIANELA MARTÍN BETANCOURT

  1. 1. MARIANELA MARTÍN BETANCOURT Jardines de los Poetas 43, number 1-5, 41014, Seville, Spain Mobile: +34 648111315 e-mail: marianelamartinb@gmail.com https://es.linkedin.com/in/marianela-martín-betancourt Date of birth: 28 April 1981 Nationality: Spanish Marital status: Single CAREER SUMMARY I’m Senior Chemical Process Engineer with more than 8 years of experience mainly developing the Basic Engineering Design (BED) and the Front End Engineering Design (FEED) for projects in the renewables energy sector. Nevertheless, I have also extensive experience in detailed engineering execution as well as in testing from commissioning to start-up. Throughout my professional career, I have had the chance to participate in several national and international (America, Asia and Europe) projects, either for private clients or for public institutions, working hand in hand with multidisciplinary teams and dealing with cutting edge technologies. EDUCATION Georgetown University, Washington DC, USA (2015 - 2016) • Abengoa Technological Management Program “Managing innovation” University of Seville, Seville, Spain (2004 - 2007) • Master's degree from PhD. program "Engineering of complex fluids" within Atomic, Molecular and Nuclear Physics Department. Grade: Excellent Simón Bolívar University, Caracas, Venezuela (1998 - 2003) • Chemical Engineer degree. Grade: Achieved rank 1 of the class. Activities and Societies: Part of the Chemical Engineering Committee WORK EXPERIENCE ABENGOA, Seville, Spain (August 2007 - Present) • Senior Process Engineer in the Chemical Engineering Division of Abengoa Hidrógeno, S.A., involved in several projects both nationally and internationally, in the field of hydrogen and fuel cells. Mainly focused on projects to produce hydrogen by means of steam reforming of different types of fuels ranging from natural gas and biogas to alcohols (e.g methanol, ethanol, others) Main technical tasks performed: Conceptual process studies (review of project specifications, heat and mass balance calculations, PFD and preliminar P&ID preparation) Process definition and optimization by means of simulation using either commercial software (mainly Aspen Plus) or customized user models P&ID preparation/review during basic and detailed engineering Development of plant operation philosophy (operation modes, start-up/shutdown strategies, etc.) Definition and sizing of main equipment resulting in process specifications Development of data sheets of the main equipment, starting from the process specifications issued during the BED and incorporating the specific requirements of codes and standards to be applied Preparation of tender packages for the main equipment Purchasing of equipment Safety studies either qualitative or quantitative (e.g PHA, HAZOP, FMEA, FTA, SIL assessment, etc.) Interface with other disciplines, suppliers and Clients Preparation of commissioning and start-up procedures Follow-up of testing from commissioning to start-up Estimation / engineering work related to bids (familiar with CapEx and OpEx estimations) Main managing tasks performed: Coordinator of the chemical process engineer team (more than 10 persons) Technical chemical process manager in several projects University of Seville, Seville, Spain (November 2004 - July 2007) • PhD student in the PhD program "Complex fluids". Thesis: Molecular simulation of ionic liquids by means of Monte Carlo method Procter & Gamble, Caracas, Venezuela (April 2004 - November 2004) • Market researcher in the Consumer and Market Research Knowledge Department dedicated to the evaluation of the toothpaste market in Latin America Petróleos de Venezuela S.A PDVSA, Caracas, Venezuela (August 2002 - December 2002) • Intern in the Department of Modeling and Simulation of Oil and Fields (INTEVEP, PDVSA) Project: Characterization of C7+ fraction by means of simulation and experimental data
  2. 2. LANGUAGES • Spanish: Native speaker • English: Advanced speaking, writing and listening (C1 level). Accustomed to work in projects with international partners, either clients or suppliers. Long-term stays abroad Spain for business (mostly in Holland) SOFTWARES • Office tools: Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point, Project and Visio), Open Office, LaTeX • Process simulation: Aspen Plus, DWSim, Pro II, Fluent • Programming: Fortran, Visual Basic, C++, Matlab (basic level) • CAD: AutoCad, SolidWorks • PLC programming: Unity Pro (basic level), Step 7 (basic level) OTHER SKILLS • Self-starter and quick learner. Able to act on initiative, identify key opportunities & proactive in putting forward ideas and solutions • Analytical and problem solving skills. Extensive experience gathering information systematically to establish facts & principles to solve complex problems • Strong communication and interpersonal skills. Able to express my ideas clearly and confidently in speech and in writing • Work confidently within a group. Ability to work in (or lead) multi-functional/multi organizational teams • Perform well under pressure and changing priorities • Strong organizational and planning skills with the ability to multi-task • Conversant with several Engineering Stds such as API, NFPA, ASME, etc. • Geographic flexibility and full current clean driver licence COMPLEMENTARY TRAINING • 2015 - Improve the Pressure Relief Analysis Workflow by using Integrated Process Safety Tools in Aspen HYSYS dictated online by AspenTech (10 hours) • 2014 - Piping and propulsion systems dictated by Industrial Engineers Association in Seville, Spain (24 hours) • 2013 - PID Control and Control Valves dictated by Tiempo Real SA in Seville, Spain (18 hours) • 2012 - Communication Protocols in Industrial Control Systems dictated by ABB in Seville, Spain (18 hours) • 2012 - Simatic S7 300/400 Level 1 dictated by Siemens S.A in Seville, Spain (28 hours) • 2012 - PID Control and Advanced Control dictated by Tiempo Real SA in Seville, Spain (18 hours) • 2010 - Aspen Plus Process Modeling, Aspen Plus Sequential Modular Convergence and Optimization, Aspen Plus Physical Properties for Process Engineers. Dictated by AspenTech in Seville, Spain (1 week) • 2010 - Basic PLC Programming in Unity dictated by Schneider Electric in Seville, Spain (3 days) • 2010 - Introduction to System Safety Management dictated by QinetiQ in Seville, Spain (2 days) • 2009 - Aspen Plus Process Modeling, Aspen Plus Sequential Modular Convergence and Optimization, Aspen Plus Physical Properties for Process Engineers. Dictated by AspenTech in Seville, Spain (16 hours) • 2009 - Pneumatic and Electro-pneumatic applied to Industry dictated by Festo Didatic in Seville, Spain (24 hours) • 2008 - Computer Fluid Dynamics Modeling using Fluent dictated by ANSYS in Seville, Spain (40 hours) • 2008 - Process Simulation using Aspen Plus dictated by Applus in Seville, Spain (56 hours) • 2008 - SolidWorks and CosmoFloWorks dictated by Origen in Seville, Spain (56 hours) • 2005 - Advanced training Marie Curie "Understanding Molecular Simulation" dictated by University of Amsterdam in Amsterdam, Holland (two weeks) • 2005 - Workshop of Statistical Mechanics Modern Applications dictated by University Pablo Olavide in Seville, Spain (20 hours) • 2004 - Advanced English course (level 16 out of 20) dictated by Loscher Ebbinghaus in Caracas, Venezuela (from February to June) • 2003 - Control and Automatization in Industrial Processes dictated by Honeywell in Caracas, Venezuela (16 hours) • 2001 - Advanced English Program in St. George Business and Language School in Toronto, Canada (two months) PUBLICATIONS • “Finite-Size scaling study of the liquid-vapour critical point of dipolar square-well fluids”. Molecular Physics, Volume 107, Number 4 - 6, 2009, Pages 563 - 570. • “Liquid-vapor coexistence in a primitive model for a room-temperature ionic liquid”. Journal of Physical Chemistry - B, Volume 113, Number 27, 2009, Pages 9046 - 9049. PATENTS • “Catalyst for a process for obtaining hydrogen through reforming hydrocarbons with steam, process for preparing the catalyst and use thereof in the process”. Patent number US 8932774 B2, issued on 13 January 2015. • “Heating procedure of a pre-reforming reactor”. Patent number ES 2531116 B1, issued on 23 December 2014.

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