Ex-ICTSI exec joins board of Prime Infra

The previous govt vice chairman and chief monetary officer of Worldwide Container Terminal Providers Inc. (ICTSI) has joined the board of administrators of Razon-led Prime Infra.

Martin O’Neil changed Rafael Consing Jr., who was just lately tapped to hitch the Workplace of the Presidential Adviser on Funding and Financial Affairs.

“Martin brings with him a depth of experience to assist execute Prime Infra’s strategic priorities in increasing the enterprise, specializing in solidifying the corporate’s capital power to maximise worth for our stakeholders,” Prime Infra Chairman Enrique Razon Jr. mentioned in a press release.

Led by Razon, the opposite members of the Prime Infra board are Christian Gonzalez, Guillaume Lucci, Stephen Paradies, and unbiased administrators Panfilo Lacson and Danilo Feliciano. Other than being a director, O’Neil was additionally named Senior Monetary Advisor to the Prime Infra administration.

“With over 30 years of expertise in senior management roles, Martin’s wealth of information and perception will show invaluable to the corporate’s finance and enterprise operations,” mentioned Lucci, president of Prime Infra.

“He is a superb addition and a robust asset to the workforce, and we’re very happy to have him on board.”

Final week, Prime Infra mentioned preparatory measures are being undertaken in relation to the 2-week scheduled upkeep shutdown (SMS) for the Malampaya Deep Water Fuel-to-Energy (Malampaya) mission.

Starting on February 4 till 18, the SMS is a part of a deliberate upkeep exercise in Malampaya to make sure that the tools and belongings throughout the facility function safely, reliably, and effectively to avert any untoward incidents that may have an effect on the continual provide of gasoline to the facility crops.

“The scheduled upkeep shutdown is a preventive upkeep exercise that’s executed at common intervals to make sure that the Malampaya mission continues to provide secure and dependable power to produce the grid and meet the facility necessities of the nation,” Prime Power Basic Supervisor Sebastian Quiniones mentioned.