Oskars Skreija

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Personal information:

Oskars Skreija

E-mail: oskars.skreija@itda.co

Nationality: Latvian

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Work experience

Dates: January 2016 onwards

Occupation or position held: Project manager

Main activities and responsibilities:

  • Project management;
  • Business development;
  • EU projects; 
  • Expertise in shipping safety and security, environmental issues

Name and address of employer: International Transport Development Association , Latvia.

Dates: May 2014 - June 2016

Occupation or position held: Project coordinator

Main activities and responsibilities:

National coordinator of EU AnNa project - Advanced National Networks for Administrations - Maritime Single Window. Goal: to support the sustainable implementation of EU Directive 2010/65/EU (ships reporting formalities) in EU Member States and foster administrative facilitation;

  • Project planning;
  • Leading of project activities;
  • Development of technical specifications;
  • Tendering and procurement;
  • Financial planing and controlling;
  • Financial and milestone reporting;
  • Business process analysis and improvement.

Name and address of employer: Latvian Coast Guard Service, Latvia, Riga, Meldru  street 5a

Internship

Freeport of Ventspils Authority Technical and economic study of LNG bunkering business model in the Freeport of Ventspils.

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Education and training

  • 09/2012–01/2014 - Professional MSc in Marine Transportation, Latvian Maritime Academy;
  • 10/2013–12/2013 - Gdynia Maritime University, ERASMUS mobility program. Master thesis: "Technical and economic study of natural gas as ship's bunkers" at the Faculty of Marine Engineering;
  • 09/1999–05/2003 - Bachelor in Business Studies, Riga International School of Economics and Business Administration.

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION 

Presentations:

  • 08/2015 Book author: "Green Bunkering with Liquefied Natural Gas";
  • 04/2014 16th International Conference: Maritime Transport and Infrastructure, Topic: "Natural Gas as Ship's Bunkers";
  • 06/2013 Round table discussion: LNG infrastructure - possibilities and concerns, supported by Swedish embassy in Latvia, Topic: "European Alternative Fuels Strategy and LNG Potential as a Ships Fuel"

Publications:

  • 07/2014 Journal of Maritime Transport and Engineering Topic: "Natural Gas Bunkering and Storage Options";
  • 04/2014 Journal of Maritime Transport and Infrastructure Topic: “Natural Gas as Ship's bunkers"

Interests: Jogging, cycling, fight sports, soccer, meditation and mindfulness

Oskars Skeija

 I have graduated Latvian Maritime Academy and obtained Master’s degree in Maritime Transport. I was support the sustainable implementation of EU Directive 2010/65/EU (ships reporting formalities) in EU Member States and foster administrative facilitation. Possess expertise in shipping safety and security and environmental matters. Author of the book "Green bunkering with Liquefied Natural Gas", author of several publications regarding use of alternative fuels for shipping.

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