CAPTAINPAUL MANDELA OGOUN
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ABOUT

PERSONAL DETAILS
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Capt Paul Mandela Ogoun is a serving class one master mariner with over 25 years of experience, having served on a variety of ships and various tonnages. Who is able to coordinate and implement ship bound operations whilst ensuring safety to humans and the environment.

BIO

ABOUT ME

Capt Paul Mandela Ogoun is a serving class one master mariner with over 25 years of experience, having served on a variety of ships and various tonnages. Who is able to coordinate and implement ship bound operations whilst ensuring safety to humans and the environment.

He is a chartered member of the institute of logistics and transportation (Cmilt UK) fellow of the certified institute of shipping Nigeria(Fcis). Member of the Nigerian institute of shipping (Mnis) member of the nautical institute (Mni) amongst others.

HOBBIES

INTERESTS

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FACTS

FACTS ABOUT ME

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RESUME

EDUCATION
  • 2021
    Hawaii, Honolulu. USA

    Transportation and Logistics Management - PHD

    Atlantic International University

    Doctor of Philosophy Ph.D. Transportation and Logistics Management. (2021)
  • 2014
    Ogbomosho Nigeria

    Transport Management (MTM) Shipping Option)

    Ladoke Akintola University of Technology Ogbomosho Nigeria- Masters

ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS
  • 2009
    2010
    SAN FRANSICO

    GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCHER

    OXFORD UNIVERSITY COMPUTING LABORATORY

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  • 2009
    2010
    SAN FRANSICO

    LAB ASSISTANT

    OXFORD UNIVERSITY COMPUTING LABORATORY

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  • 2008
    2009
    SAN FRANSICO

    RESEARCH ASSISTANT

    UNIVERSITY OF NANTES

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HONORS AND AWARDS
  • 2009
    2010
    SAN FRANSICO

    MELLON GRANT

    COMPETITIVE AWARD FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE

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  • 2008
    2009
    SAN FRANSICO

    TRITON AWARD

    COMPETITIVE AWARD FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE

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PUBLICATIONS

PUBLICATIONS LIST
13 Jun 2024

Maritime Transport as a Tool of Economic Growth of a Nation (Nigeria)

European Journal of Science, Innovation and Technology

Maritime transport is an age-long transport system that has, over the years, been used for the movement of humans and tangible properties, especially bulky objects and liquid objects, which may be too heavy or delicate for other forms of transport. The purpose of this paper is to assess and enumerate maritime transport as a tool of economic growth of a nation (Nigeria).

Journal Paper Paul Mandela Ogoun

Maritime Transport as a Tool of Economic Growth of a Nation (Nigeria)

Paul Mandela Ogoun
Journal Paper
About The Publication
Abstract
 
Maritime transport is an age-long transport system that has, over the years, been used for the movement of humans and tangible properties, especially bulky objects and liquid objects, which may be too heavy or delicate for other forms of transport. The purpose of this paper is to assess and enumerate maritime transport as a tool of economic growth of a nation (Nigeria). It follows that the study aims at ascertaining the potency of maritime transport and its contribution to the economic growth of Nigeria. To at tain the aim of this research study, it is needful to adopt a particular research methodology that will enable the researcher to make credible, valid, reliable, and accurate findings in line with the overall objective of the paper.
 
Therefore, the research study will apply and adopt the qualitative method of research, particularly the desk-review approach. Through the desk-review approach applied and adopted, the research finds amongst other things that maritime transport contributes positively to the GDP of Nigeria, which is a major determinant of the rate of economic growth in a nation. The study finds that maritime transport facilitates other sectors of the economy as a major component in the value chains; thereby enabling such other sectors to make contributions to the economy which implies that it is also serving as a tool of the economic growth of Nigeria. In the study, it is observed that maritime transport as a tool of economic growth of a nation like Nigeria is being militated against by certain factors.
 
However, such militating factors are resolvable if proper machinery is put in place and appropriate actions are taken. Finally, this study makes an enormous and unique contribution to theory, practice, and policy as it comes at a point when there is a need for the Nigerian government and investors to diversify the economy; therefore, a proper appraisal of maritime transport as a tool of economic growth of a nation like Nigeria would influence the making of policies and improve the practices in the maritime industry.
13 Jun 2024

The meaning, nature and chronology of pandemic in the 21st Century

European Journal of Health Sciences

European Journal of Health Sciences ISSN 2520-4645 (online)Vol.6, Issue 3, pp 1–8,2021

Journal Paper Selected Paul Ogoun (PhD)

The meaning, nature and chronology of pandemic in the 21st Century

Paul Ogoun (PhD)
Journal Paper Selected
About The Publication
Abstract Purpose: The aim of this study is to appraise the meaning, nature and chronology of pandemic in 2F century. Methodology: The applicable methodology in attaining the aim of the study is doctrinal methodology which is a non-empirical approach. By the applicable method, the study was able to access policies, regulations, and contents findings m existing literatures. The researcher curated data from existing literatures, reports and thus primary source of data were not utilised as only secondary source of data were used accordingly. Findings: The study found that pandemic is a sudden/unaware outbreak of a disease that speedily spreads across a whole region and the entire globe with high prevalence as a result of a high rate of susceptible population; the study also found that where pandemic occurs, the probability is high for there to be a high mortality rate. In the study, it is also found that at different stages in the development of modern man and society, different diseases had been categorised as pandemic. However, due to the complexities enshrined in deciphering whether a given disease is a pandemic or not, it became vested on the World Health Organization (WHO) to conduct assessment upon the outbreak of any disease and weigh it on existing criteria to ascertain if such should be declared as a pandemic. Recommendation: As parts of the recommendations made in this study, it is stated that the World Health Organization should endeavour to make its assessment in the earliest time and declare a disease as a pandemic as that would help states in making efforts and contributing resources m curbing the effects of the diseases and possibly terminating the disease. Keywords: Pandemic, Disease, World Health Organization, Outbreak, Mortality, Susceptible Population
13 Jun 2024

The implications of covid-19 on the shipping/oil tanker market

American Journal of Supply Chain Management

American Journal of Supply Chain Management ISSN 2518-4709 (online)Vol.6, Issue 2, pp 1 –9,2021

Journal Paper Selected Paul Ogoun (PhD)

The implications of covid-19 on the shipping/oil tanker market

Paul Ogoun (PhD)
Journal Paper Selected
About The Publication
Abstract Purpose: This aims at analyzing the implications of covid-19 on the shipping/oil tanker market. Methodology: In order to attain the aim of this study, findings and data are curated from existing literatures, documents, policies, etc. This implies that desk review is the methodology applied in this study where the researcher made use of secondary sources of data as against primary source of data. Findings: In the study, it was found that covid-19 brought about a shortage in the rate of demands for good thereby causing an unbalance in the rate of supply over demand at a time which directly brought about a huge decline in shipping/oil tanker transportation. The study also found that irrespective of the huge decline in the rate of shipping/oil tanker transportation brought about by low demand in comparison with supply; shipping/oil tanker was patronized by dealers for the purpose of storage of products. Also, the study found that seaborne trade fell downward from above 3% to below a negative 8% and at a bdp rate of 100m, the demand was 3% higher than the global supply which in 2019 was at about 97%. However, in the second quarter of 2020 the supply leads demand at over 28M bdp and a 13% increase in the demand year-on-year when compared to a fall of 3.9% in the supply year-on-year. Recommendation: The study recommends that appropriate forecasting methods and proper liaison with global health will aid in averting or ameliorating the risks and negative impacts brought on shipping/oil tanker market by covid-19. Keywords: Covid-19, Shipping, Oil tanker, Implications, Market
04 Oct 2021

The life of a seafarer a post covid-19 strategy

Atlantic International University

Abstract: Post covid-19 strategy In the aspect of the post covid-19 strategy regarding the life of a seafarer; measures should be taken to manage the embarkation and disembarkation processes of seafarers and the ship as a whole. With regard to the actual embarkation and disembarkation processes, it is imperative that ship operators take into account a requirement whereby seafarers must complete a period referred to as self-study on board (SSD) upon embarkation. The interest of this is to provide an effective time and means to monitor the health of seafarers and manage the risk in the event of any possible asymptomatic infection at the time of embarkation. You can read the rest of Paul Ogun's article in our October AIU Campus Mundi 2021 magazine on page 12 using this link:

Demonstrations Selected Paul Oguon (PhD)

The life of a seafarer a post covid-19 strategy

Paul Oguon (PhD)
Demonstrations Selected
About The Publication
Abstract:
Post covid-19 strategy In the aspect of the post covid-19 strategy regarding the life of a seafarer; measures should be taken to manage the embarkation and disembarkation processes of seafarers and the ship as a whole. With regard to the actual embarkation and disembarkation processes, it is imperative that ship operators take into account a requirement whereby seafarers must complete a period referred to as self-study on board (SSD) upon embarkation. The interest of this is to provide an effective time and means to monitor the health of seafarers and manage the risk in the event of any possible asymptomatic infection at the time of embarkation. You can read the rest of Paul Ogun’s article in our October AIU Campus Mundi 2021 magazine on page 12 using this link:
13 Jun 2024

Maritime Security Challenge in Nigeria and the Gulf of Guinea

European Journal of Science, Innovation and Technology

The sole aim of this paper is to appraise maritime security challenges in Nigeria and the Gulf of Guinea. This implies that the paper will analyse the concept, practices and concerns on maritime security in the study areas (Nigeria and Gulf of Guinea) while identifying the challenges facing maritime security in the study areas.

Journal Paper Paul Mandela Ogoun

Maritime Security Challenge in Nigeria and the Gulf of Guinea

Paul Mandela Ogoun
Journal Paper
About The Publication

Abstract.

The sole aim of this paper is to appraise maritime security challenges in Nigeria and the Gulf of Guinea. This implies that the paper will analyse the concept, practices and concerns on maritime security in the study areas (Nigeria and Gulf of Guinea) while identifying the challenges facing maritime security in the study areas. The study also makes a recommendation on the ideal and effective means of tackling the issues of maritime security challenges in Nigeria and the Gulf of Guinea. To attain the aforesaid aim of this paper, the researcher applies and adopts a desk-review approach –a kind of qualitative methodology of research –for this research paper. By virtue of the desk-review approach or methodology of research as adopted and applied for this paper, the researcher was able to utilise secondary sources of data and other existing works of literature such as articles, seminar papers, textbooks, reports and policies through which valid, credible and reliable information can be accessed and utilised.

Amongst the findings made in this paper are that Nigeria and the Gulf of Guinea have a large expanse of the water body. The study finds that the maritime security challenges in Nigeria and the Gulf of Guinea range from hostage-taking, oil theft, piracy and armed robbery at the sea. The study finds that the maritime security challenges have affected maritime transport and security of vessels in Nigeria and the Gulf of Guinea. The study also found that maritime security challenges in the region affected investment in Nigeria, the Gulf of Guinea and other neighbouring territories in severe ways. The maritime security challenges have affected the shipping of cargo goods, fishing trawlers, crude oil tankers, etc. in the study areas.

Also, the study ascertains that the maritime security challenges in Nigeria and the Gulf of Guinea have brought about the illegal establishment of offshore trading and transactions in crude oil and refined petroleum as well as bunkering. The contribution of the study to theory, practice and policy are that the paper did not only appraise the issue of maritime security challenge in Nigeria and the Gulf of Guinea; it also makes comprehensive and ideal recommendations that could be adopted to mitigate the issues of maritime security challenges in the areas

CAPT PAUL MANMDELA OGOUN
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EXPERIENCES

CURRENT
  • 2022
    Date
    Pennington Terminal Nigeria

    Marine Pilot

    Nigerian Petroleum Development Company (Pennington Terminal Nigeria)

    Provide marine pilotage to Export Tankers calling at the Pennington Oil Terminal Nigerian including approach to single point mooring buoys Alfa and Bravo. (SPM) among others.
  • 2020
    2022
    Rivers State

    Ship Captain

    Stockgapfuels Limited, Portharcourt NG (Oil Tankers)

    Master in command. Coordinating, implementing, and participating in all operations of the vessel. Responsible for cargo and its stowage directly responsible for all certification as it pertains to the ship, whether from the Flag State, Classification Society or third party, among others.
Ship Captain
  • 2015
    2017
    Lagos State

    Ship Captain, 2017-2015

    Sterling Oil and Gas Exploration Company, Lagos NG (Oil TankerS)

    Master in command. Coordinating, implementing, and participating in all operations of the vessel. Responsible for the cargo and its stowage, and also for ship's account and crew wages. Directly responsible for all certification as it pertains to the ship, whether from the Flag State Classification Society or any other among others
  • 2012
    2014
    Lagos State

    Marine Superintendent/Designated Person Ashore

    Vettelmega Services Limited Lagos NG

    • Developed appropriate procedures and policies for the management of all aspects of efficient and safe marine operations at VMSL Jetties, terminals ,production facilities, drilling rigs, work barges, vessels, and other marine equipment on hire or lease to the company • Ensured that all marine operations were conducted in a safe and environmentally friendly manner consistent with existing industry standard Ensured that all marine contingency, emergency, response and crisis management are adhered to at all time
  • 2008
    2012
    Rivers State

    Ship Captain

    Southern Offshore Services. Offshore Service Vessels, Portharcourt, NG

    • Overall responsibility of the vessel crews, pass, as well as seeing to all necessary affairs of the wellbeing of the vessel • Maintained communication route with operators, chatterers, agents, and owners • Ensured crews were consistent with Risk and hazard management, hazard and incident reporting, ship security, food handling, tool box meeting, fitness for work, vessel security plan, etc. in line with company safety management system (SMS) • Worked hand in hand with the Mooring Master, Offshore Marine Coordinators, Port Captains, Barge Masters etc. where applicable, used the working channel on the VHF/UHF Radio • Maintained the ship's security plan and ensured compliance with the ISPS CODE
  • 2006
    2008
    Lagos State

    Marine Superintendent

    Mikelely Nig Ltd Lagos NG

    Responsible for marine management for a group of company associated vessels. Assist in development and implementation of best-in-class operational management processes for the company, ensures that all marine operations are conducted in compliance with company's Safety Management System and applicable international Safety, Health & Environment Management guidelines. Ensures company owned and managed vessels are operated in a safe, efficient and economical manner and in full compliance with Class and regulations, among others
  • 2000
    2005

    Marine PILOT/Poac

    Gulf Transfer Services 2000-2005

    Person in overall advisory control of mooring and unmooring procedures, specifically ensures that all mooring operations and associated marine activities are performed safely and in accordance with local and maritime regulations and company operational procedures. Ensure that administrative duties are performed in a timely manner. Responsible for readiness and overall maintenance of floating hose system and tandem hawser. Carry out all relevant mooring or berthing operations according to company management system or equivalent where company management system is to be considered the minimum standard
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