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« Reply #960 on: September 16, 2009, 10:29:29 PM »

I would like to discuss and answer any questions that you may have about my father....

Welcome Helvicmen!....Who is Your father?

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There is no birth record to be found for Victor Winston Helman.

Also - while there is a record of a divorce and 4 children.......

There is no record of a marriage, nor birth of 2 of those 4 children.

Possible meaning?  Victor was born outside of the US, was married outside of the US, and had the first of his 4 children outside of the US.

So........where?

So I guess this guy could be a possibility as the pond witness hoaxter still.

Would be nice to find out what/if any long term connection he has to Aruba, aside from this recent trip from the return of which he was arrested....

Keep in mind, Steve Cohen has solid ties to that rock since 1979 - and of course we've got the ex-pats such as Renfro and Purcell living there - so it wouldn't be that unheard of for this guy to actually "live" on Aruba, while still maintaining his US residency as well.

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"I can look back over the past 10 years and there were no steps wasted, and there are no regrets,'' she said. "I did all I knew to do and I think that gives me greater peace now." "I've lived every parent's worst nightmare and I'm the parent that nobody wants to be," she said.

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« Reply #961 on: September 16, 2009, 10:34:17 PM »

I would like to discuss and answer any questions that you may have about my father....

Welcome Helvicmen!....Who is Your father?

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HELMEN,VICTOR WINSTON

658 BARRINGER LANE
Dec 13 1942

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There is no birth record to be found for Victor Winston Helman.

Also - while there is a record of a divorce and 4 children.......

There is no record of a marriage, nor birth of 2 of those 4 children.

Possible meaning?  Victor was born outside of the US, was married outside of the US, and had the first of his 4 children outside of the US.

So........where?

So I guess this guy could be a possibility as the pond witness hoaxter still.

Would be nice to find out what/if any long term connection he has to Aruba, aside from this recent trip from the return of which he was arrested....

Keep in mind, Steve Cohen has solid ties to that rock since 1979 - and of course we've got the ex-pats such as Renfro and Purcell living there - so it wouldn't be that unheard of for this guy to actually "live" on Aruba, while still maintaining his US residency as well.

 
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« Reply #962 on: September 16, 2009, 10:34:17 PM »

I would like to discuss and answer any questions that you may have about my father....

Welcome Helvicmen!....Who is Your father?

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http://scaredmonkeys.net/index.php?topic=5807.msg928663

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HELMEN,VICTOR WINSTON

658 BARRINGER LANE
Dec 13 1942

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There is no birth record to be found for Victor Winston Helman.

Also - while there is a record of a divorce and 4 children.......

There is no record of a marriage, nor birth of 2 of those 4 children.

Possible meaning?  Victor was born outside of the US, was married outside of the US, and had the first of his 4 children outside of the US.

So........where?

So I guess this guy could be a possibility as the pond witness hoaxter still.

Would be nice to find out what/if any long term connection he has to Aruba, aside from this recent trip from the return of which he was arrested....

Keep in mind, Steve Cohen has solid ties to that rock since 1979 - and of course we've got the ex-pats such as Renfro and Purcell living there - so it wouldn't be that unheard of for this guy to actually "live" on Aruba, while still maintaining his US residency as well.


 

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« Reply #963 on: September 16, 2009, 10:35:08 PM »

I would like to discuss and answer any questions that you may have about my father....

Welcome Helvicmen!....Who is Your father?

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http://scaredmonkeys.net/index.php?topic=5807.msg928663

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HELMEN,VICTOR WINSTON

658 BARRINGER LANE
Dec 13 1942

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There is no birth record to be found for Victor Winston Helman.

Also - while there is a record of a divorce and 4 children.......

There is no record of a marriage, nor birth of 2 of those 4 children.

Possible meaning?  Victor was born outside of the US, was married outside of the US, and had the first of his 4 children outside of the US.

So........where?

So I guess this guy could be a possibility as the pond witness hoaxter still.

Would be nice to find out what/if any long term connection he has to Aruba, aside from this recent trip from the return of which he was arrested....

Keep in mind, Steve Cohen has solid ties to that rock since 1979 - and of course we've got the ex-pats such as Renfro and Purcell living there - so it wouldn't be that unheard of for this guy to actually "live" on Aruba, while still maintaining his US residency as well.


 

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« Reply #964 on: September 16, 2009, 10:36:12 PM »

I would like to discuss and answer any questions that you may have about my father....


Welcome to Scared Monkeys!   

Am I correct?  Is Victor W. Helmen your father?

If so, thank you for coming here to talk to us!
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"I can look back over the past 10 years and there were no steps wasted, and there are no regrets,'' she said. "I did all I knew to do and I think that gives me greater peace now." "I've lived every parent's worst nightmare and I'm the parent that nobody wants to be," she said.

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« Reply #965 on: September 16, 2009, 10:52:19 PM »

I believe that Helvicmen changed His mind...But I know exactly who He is.....TM You are right......So now I guess We wait and see if He comes back....
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« Reply #966 on: September 16, 2009, 10:57:30 PM »

Helvicmen.....Is Your Dad an expat?   
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« Reply #967 on: September 16, 2009, 11:04:17 PM »

I believe that Helvicmen changed His mind...But I know exactly who He is.....TM You are right......So now I guess We wait and see if He comes back....

Just remember those who have come before...nuff said.   
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"I can look back over the past 10 years and there were no steps wasted, and there are no regrets,'' she said. "I did all I knew to do and I think that gives me greater peace now." "I've lived every parent's worst nightmare and I'm the parent that nobody wants to be," she said.

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« Reply #968 on: September 16, 2009, 11:10:23 PM »

I believe that Helvicmen changed His mind...But I know exactly who He is.....TM You are right......So now I guess We wait and see if He comes back....

Just remember those who have come before...nuff said.   
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« Reply #969 on: September 17, 2009, 08:32:37 AM »


This is VERY interesting.....I'm no scientist, but Aruba appears to be within the frontier areas mapped.   

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« Reply #970 on: September 17, 2009, 08:36:11 AM »

I would like to discuss and answer any questions that you may have about my father....


Hello helvicmen!

Thank you for joining us.  If you've noticed the subject of the area of this forum you've posted in, then you understand why we are all here.

I sincerely appreciate your eagerness to answer some questions, and I do have a few if you would be so kind.....

1.  What is your family's history with Aruba?

2.  Does anyone in your family have a home in Aruba?

3.  What is the date of the alleged crime your father has been arrested for?
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« Reply #971 on: September 22, 2009, 11:49:15 AM »

http://www.amigoe.com/artman/publish/printer_62732.php

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ORANGE CITY - In several Dutch and international media published the message today Prime Minister Nelson Oduber indicating assuming "soon a" good deal "to contracts with Petro China. Amigoe contacted Manolo Giel, spokesman of the government. This gave, after having checked with the Prime Minister, that there are no concrete developments since the last correspondence from September 8.

"There's been no reply to our letter of September 8," said Giel. "Well we reported last week that PetroChina 16 billion U.S. dollars of an agreement concluded with Venezuela." The article shows the Prime Minister know that in this context 'if only for strategic reasons, "the refinery is well in the market. Also underlines again the principal terms of the government for the acquisition of the Valero refinery and criticizes it in the recent years 'no money' to tax paid and have nothing invested in the refinery.

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Amigoe published in the September 11 letter to Prime Minister Oduber Petro China showing that the negotiations were anything but smooth. The letter Oduber that the Aruban government is still willing to negotiate with Petro China, provided they are prepared to enter an open discussion about the conditions in Aruba proposes a possible takeover. So Aruba is a maximum occupancy of workers in the Aruba refinery, a guarantee of investment in facilities, care for the environment and a reasonable payment of taxes. Petro China came with a set of conditions that almost contrary to that of the Aruban government. Thus the Chinese state as much as possible to own workers in the refinery, let it not pay taxes and wants the same, twenty years old Coastal environmental conditions are. Petro China also wanted to have only one written response from Aruba on that package, without going into the terms of the Aruban government.
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« Reply #972 on: September 23, 2009, 09:02:35 PM »

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Venezuela and Total to invest $25 billion in oil project
Published on Wednesday, September 23, 2009

By Marianna Parraga

CARACAS, Venezuela (Reuters) -- France's Total and Venezuela will invest $25 billion to develop an oil field in the Orinoco region, part of the OPEC member's plan to greatly increase output in a decade with the help of foreign investors.

Already among the world's top oil exporters, Venezuela has announced $61 billion investments in recent weeks to develop its vast tar-like crude reserves, with large projects being assigned to allies China and Russia.

Venezuela's state oil company PDVSA said in a statement on Tuesday that Total's investment in the Junin 10 field included the construction of an oil refinery or upgrader to turn the extra heavy crude into exportable oil.

 
Venezuela's Energy and Petroleum Minister Rafael Ramirez. AFP PHOTO
Oil Minister Rafael Ramirez said that over the next 10 years Venezuela would produce an extra 3.05 million barrels per day. Venezuelan output is currently disputed, but the government says it produces around 3 million bpd.

"It's the new stage, we estimate 10 years of permanent work, investment, investment, investment, work, work and more work," Ramirez told reporters.

In recent weeks Venezuela has announced a joint venture with a consortium of Russian companies worth $20 billion at the Junin 6 field and another $16 billion project with China in the same region.

PDVSA did not give a time frame or production estimate for the project with Total. The French company already works with Venezuela in a joint venture, pumping crude in an Orinoco region project that the government took majority control of during a wave a nationalizations in 2007.

Ramirez also said he would meet next week with companies interested in bidding for the Carabobo oil blocks in the Orinoco belt.

The auction was delayed earlier this year as lower oil prices made some companies balk at the costs associated with developing the blocks.

Ramirez gave few details of next Tuesday's planned meeting beyond saying they would look at the economics of the projects and the makeup of consortiums.

"The companies are ready with their consortiums and what we are waiting for is to finalize some agreements, especially with regards to the economic aspects," he said.

Ramirez said in August that Venezuela aimed to finish the bidding by the end of this year in what would be the first such oil tender in socialist-run Venezuela for a decade. 

Companies interested include Britain's BP, US-based Chevron, China's state-owned CNPC, Colombia's Ecopetrol, Italian ENI and Portugal's Galp Energia.

The Carabobo Project aims to build three upgraders to turn the Orinoco belt's tar-like crude into oil for exports and produce around 200,000 barrels per day, with the initial investment seen between $10 billion and $20 billion per area.

Ramirez said that in the Junin fields, where foreign firms are forming joint ventures with state company PDVSA, the medium-term goal is to produce 1.85 million bpd.

Adding expected output of 1.2 million bpd from the Carabobo project, that would raise the medium-term goal for the whole Orinoco region to 3.05 million, he said.

Asked about the global industry, Ramirez said that $80 a barrel was a "reasonable price" for crude, though he did not give a time frame for that.

Oil prices jumped more than 2 percent on Tuesday to top $71 a barrel.
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« Reply #973 on: September 23, 2009, 10:12:54 PM »

I don't know if this has been posted before...so FWIW


 Petrobras eye Aruba refinery buy Tue Nov 13, 2007 1:55pm EST 
HOUSTON, Nov 13 (Reuters) - U.S. energy giant ConocoPhillips (COP.N) and Brazil's national oil company Petrobras (PETR4.SA) (PBR.N) are early contenders for Valero Energy Corp's (VLO.N) 275,000 barrel per day refinery in Aruba, according to sources familiar with the matter.

Delegations from Conoco and Petrobras have visited the refinery, even though Valero said only last week that it was exploring strategic alternatives for the plant.

Representatives of a private investment group also have toured the refinery, which is expected to have a pricetag of $10,000 to $15,000 per barrel of daily production, or $2.75 billion to $4.13 billion.

A Conoco spokesman declined to comment and representatives of Petrobras did not reply to messages.

Valero spokesman Bill Day said the company would not discuss specific companies that may be interested in the refinery, which Valero bought in 2004 for $465 million from El Paso Corp (EP.N).

The Aruba refinery may not necessarily be sold, Day said, as the company would consider a joint venture.

Other companies thought to be interested in the Aruba refinery are Alon USA Energy Inc (ALJ.N), Citgo Petroleum Corp, Delek U.S. Holdings Inc (DK.N), Lukoil (LKOH.MM) and Tesoro Corp (TSO.N) .
Representatives for Alon, Citgo, Delek and Tesoro declined to discuss what interest their companies may have in the Aruba refinery, which cannot make finished products for the U.S. market.

Lukoil did not reply to requests for comment.

Alon spokesman Joseph Israel did say the company was looking for refineries to acquire as it pursues a growth strategy.

One source said the Aruba refinery's need for heavy investment might scare off potential buyers and keep the pricetag closer to $10,000 per barrel.

"What you buy, if you pay that, is the right to spend billions more," the source said.

If the Aruba refinery would not fit into a buyer's system of refineries as a supplier of intermediate feedstocks, a further investment possibly as high as the purchase price could be required, sources said.

Valero cited the refinery's need for heavy investment to become competitive when it said it would hiring UBS Investment Bank to advise on strategic options.

The Aruba refinery is one of several that San Antonio-based Valero hopes to unload while refinery pricetags are at record levels, the sources said.

As the price the company paid for the Aruba plant -- and what it could potentially gain -- demonstrate, refineries have become high-ticket items.

"It shows that it's working, when you can take a refinery you paid millions for and sell it for billions," a source said.

Valero also is looking to sell its 90,000 bpd refinery in Ardmore, Oklahoma, 170,000 bpd McKee refinery in Sunray, Texas, and an 85,000 bpd plant in Krotz Springs, Louisiana, the sources said, because the plants are land-locked.

Valero may also be looking at selling its 195,000 bpd refineries in Memphis, Tennessee, and Paulsboro, New Jersey, the sources said.

Some of the refineries Valero wants to sell are also limited in the feedstocks they can process.

Day declined to discuss what refineries Valero may consider selling, but said the company was committed to concentrating its investments in plants that offer a wide range of opportunities. (Editing by Walter Bagley)


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« Reply #974 on: September 28, 2009, 08:01:48 PM »

Pampatar, Margarita Island, Venezuela
Petroleumworld.com, Sept 14, 2009

Repsol Chairman Antonio Brufau and the President of Venezuela, Hugo Chavez, announced Repsol's largest ever gas for the company, the largest gas find in Venezuela and one of the largest in the world, in the Venezuelan Gulf an exploration partnership with Italy's Eni.

The chairman and the president expressed their satisfaction at the great potential of the Pearl 1 well which could hold between 7 and 8 trillion cubic feet of gas or around 1.4 billion barrels of oil equivalent (BOE), a Repsol spokesman said, adding that tests were continuing and that the figure was provisional.

The discovery was made in the Pearl 1 well, in Cardon block 4, which is part of the Rafael Urdaneta Gas project, an offshore block of Rafael Urdaneta Gas project in the Gulf of Venezuela,where Repsol is the block operator.

The reservoir is located in the Gulf of Venezuela at the entrance of Maracaibo lake, in the west of the country in water 60 meters deep. The reserve could be 33 square kilometers and 240 meters thick. Repsol who is the block operator said the data is pending final confirmation of the well testing which is being carried out at the moment.

http://www.petroleumworld.com/storyt09091103.htm

The picture is interesting as well.Seems there is a line that seperates the waters of Venezuela from Aruba.I believe we've read different stuff in regards to the national lines...

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Pampatar, Margarita Island, Venezuela
Petroleumworld.com, Sept 14, 2009

Repsol Chairman Antonio Brufau and the President of Venezuela, Hugo Chavez, announced Repsol's largest ever gas for the company, the largest gas find in Venezuela and one of the largest in the world, in the Venezuelan Gulf an exploration partnership with Italy's Eni.

The chairman and the president expressed their satisfaction at the great potential of the Pearl 1 well which could hold between 7 and 8 trillion cubic feet of gas or around 1.4 billion barrels of oil equivalent (BOE), a Repsol spokesman said, adding that tests were continuing and that the figure was provisional.

The discovery was made in the Pearl 1 well, in Cardon block 4, which is part of the Rafael Urdaneta Gas project, an offshore block of Rafael Urdaneta Gas project in the Gulf of Venezuela,where Repsol is the block operator.

The reservoir is located in the Gulf of Venezuela at the entrance of Maracaibo lake, in the west of the country in water 60 meters deep. The reserve could be 33 square kilometers and 240 meters thick. Repsol who is the block operator said the data is pending final confirmation of the well testing which is being carried out at the moment.

http://www.petroleumworld.com/storyt09091103.htm

The picture is interesting as well.Seems there is a line that seperates the waters of Venezuela from Aruba.I believe we've read different stuff in regards to the national lines...



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Nov-Dec 2007
 Snam Geolab
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 South Mediterranean Sea
 ROV Survey (#1402)
 Greenstream Pipeline Shore Approach Survey
 M/V Gela II
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Nov-Dec 2007
 Saipem Geolab
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 West Africa (Angola)
 ROV Assistance (#1407)
 Pipelay Assistance Mafumeira Project
 DP Mare Oceano
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May-Oct 2007
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 West Africa (Congo)
 ROV Assistance (#1407)
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TRACK RECORD 2008

January 2008
 Geolab
 ENI Congo
 West Africa (Congo)

 ROV Survey (#1407)
 Well Site Survey SSS targets inspection
 DPV Mare Oceano
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Does this mean anything?I have no idea!

 
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« Reply #976 on: September 28, 2009, 11:20:09 PM »

http://www.caribbeannetnews.com/news/newspublish/home.print.php?news_id=19060

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Venezuela, Vietnam expect Orinoco oil in 18 months
Published on Tuesday, September 29, 2009

CARACAS, Venezuela (Reuters) -- The state-run oil companies of Venezuela and Vietnam expect to begin extracting heavy crude from the South American country's Orinoco region in 18 months, a Venezuelan official said on Monday.

Petrovietnam holds a 40 percent stake in a joint venture with PDVSA for crude exploration and production in the Junin 2 block of the Orinoco oil belt, which Venezuelan officials say holds some of the world's largest hydrocarbon reserves.

The project between the two firms has a heavy crude production potential of 200,000 barrels a day, with half expected to be destined to a refinery Petrovietnam is building in Vietnam.

"The company is up and running and we expect to begin the process of crude production in 18 months," PDVSA Vice President Eulogio Del Pino said in a statement after meeting with the head of Petrovietnam in Caracas.




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« Reply #977 on: September 29, 2009, 08:21:45 AM »

KTF - It certainly shows the long history between the two, doesn't it?

It also shows just WHO has done exploration for ENI in the past............................and we know Silvetti was in the region Dec 07 - March 08.....mapping the sea floor.
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« Reply #978 on: September 29, 2009, 11:26:58 AM »

KTF - It certainly shows the long history between the two, doesn't it?

It also shows just WHO has done exploration for ENI in the past............................and we know Silvetti was in the region Dec 07 - March 08.....mapping the sea floor.

IIRC.Saipem is a subsidiary of ENI..I think we've had discussions about Sonsub but,i could be wrong.Sonsub is a subsidiary of Saipem!Ahh hell,what do i know? Monkey Devil!
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« Reply #979 on: September 29, 2009, 11:32:33 AM »

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