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To Whom It May Concern:

This is to certify that Mr. Flori Smith was working at Sigma Int. as service unit operator oil well from 13/12/2017 to 17/5/2017.

During this period, his services were found to be satisfactory in carrying out the job duties, his responsibilities were to:

1) Operate equipment to increase oil flow from producing wells, or to remove stuck pipe, casing, tools, or other obstructions from drilling wells, using specialized subsurface tools instruments

2) Direct Sample-Taker Operator petrol. and gas to assemble & connect pipe hydraulic lines of flushing equipment to wellhead

3) Start pumps which circulate water, oil, or other fluid through well, removing sand other materials obstructing free flow of oil

4) Perforate well casing or sidewall of borehole with explosive charge [Perforator Operator, Oil Well petrol. gas ]

5) Assemble lowers detection instruments into wells having drill pipe, drilling tools, or other obstructions wedged in well

6) Interpret instrument readings to ascertain depth of obstruction

7) Direct lowering of specialized equipment to point of obstruction and pushes switches or pulls levers to back-off pipe by chemical or explosive action, or to sever pipe at point of obstruction, permitting recovery of pipestring resumption of drilling operations

8) Assemble and operates sound wave generating detecting mechanisms for determining fluid level in wells

9) May operate hoist to lower and raise tools [Hoist Operator petrol. gas ].

We wish him/her all the best in his future

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