Victor offers to RTS’ clients an unparalleled knowledge and experience as
Onshore Energy Senior Loss Adjuster.
RTS International Loss Adjusters is pleased to announce the addition of a new member to its LatAm Regional Office, Victor Viqueira. He is a Mechanical Engineer with more than 36 years of formal experience, of which 26 years have been dedicated to the insurance industry, as international loss adjuster in a wide variety of commercial and industrial property and BI losses, mainly large and complex Machinery Breakdown and All Risk files.
Previously he worked in engineering companies participating in heavy industry projects, such as oil & gas, cement production, power gen, and vehicle assembling, among others. Also for more than 31 years he was a University Professor in the Design Department of Mechanical Engineering at a major recognized university.
Some examples of his experience are:
ONSHORE ENERGY – Oil & Gas, Power and Heavy Industry
- Losses in Methanol, Polyethylene, Olefins, Ammonia, Urea and other Petrochemical Plants involving different equipment, such as reformer furnaces, boilers, superheaters, heat exchangers, draft fans, and auxiliary equipment, as well as losses involving damage to catalyst material. Losses from USD 500k to USD 20M, between 1993 and 2010. Morón, Jose and El Tablazo Complexes, Venezuela.
- Losses in the Oil & Gas industry, related to rigs, wheel control, pumping stations, storage tanks, piping systems, seepage and others. Losses from USD 500k to USD 25M, between 1993 and 2010.
- Losses in various equipment and production lines in Metallurgical Plants, such as Steelworks, Pellets, primary and secondary Aluminium, and Ferronickel; involving furnaces (electric, rotary kiln, melting), heat exchangers, cells melting lines, electrostatic filters, tanks, casting, extrusion and material handling machinery (reclaimers, conveyors, hoppers, feeders). 1993 to 2011.
- Losses in cement plants, such as raw material crushers and mills, cement mill, rotary kiln, feeders, conveyor belts, aeroslide systems, elevator buckets, fans, filter systems and auxiliary equipment. With and without BI, between 1993 and 2016.
- Losses in Power Plants involving gas, steam, hydro and wind turbines, diesel engines, power generators, boilers, storage tanks, power transformers, and circuit breakers among others. From 1993 to 2016, with and w/o BI. Central, South America and Caribbean.
Engineering, Mining and Large Commercial Property
- Various losses in Bauxite, Ferronickel and Gold mines and processing plant equipment, such as furnaces, tanks, conveyors, and others.
- Losses in Foundry and others plants of a main supplier of shafts, axles, and others transmission elements for different vehicle manufacturers. With and w/o BI. Valencia and Maracay, Venezuela.
- CAR/EAR Losses of equipment and/or structures, in Petrochemical and Power plants, railways and other civil works.
- Losses in marine port terminals, involving damage to storage tanks, conveyor belts, harbour cranes and damage to the jetty structures by vessels. Puerto Cabello, Venezuela. 1998 to 2010.
The value that RTS International Loss Adjusters brings with regard to Onshore Energy risks is the combined experience of their adjusters in Latin America, Spain and Portugal, and if needed, the aid from its partners around the World through the VRS Adjusters network.
Aware that the insurance sector relies on well-recognized adjustment services, RTS has been investing in their qualified professionals in different countries for more than 27 years, so that they can offer services that will yield the best and most consistent results, as have being proven with actual large and complex claims.
RTS have 100% owned offices in USA and in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, Panama, Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras, as well as trustful representatives teams in Ecuador, Venezuela, Costa Rica and the Dominican Republic. In addition, RTS is a cofounder partner of the VRS Adjusters network, through which they offer services in 140 countries. RTS’ headquarters are based in Madrid, having several offices in Spain and also Portugal.
RTS continues to develop its business independently and with its own resources exclusively, having no operators in the Insurance market as its shareholders or any other external shareholders.
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