Our offices are based in Larnaca Cyprus from where we offer our services in Europe, the Middle East and Gulf Area.
Larnaca is located on Cyprus's southernmost coast and is the country's third largest city and home to the second largest commercial port.
Larnaca's International Airport is located on the fringe of the city with easy access to and from the city centre.
Larnaca is a modern city with a variety of hotels and restaurants, good communications and excellent telecommunications.
GVL Management and Consulting Ltd was established by George Loizou. George is a Mechanical Engineer with more than thirty-three (33) years of experience mainly in the Oil and Gas Industry.
George holds an MSc Degree from The Pennsylvania State University. He is a member of SMRP and a Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional (CMRP). He is also a member of the Cyprus Scientific and Technical Chamber and Associated member of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers of UK.
George worked as Head of Mechanical Maintenance at the Cyprus Petroleum Refinery Ltd, Engineering Manager and Terminal Manager at Cyprus Petroleum Storage Company Ltd. He has a wide experience as a trainer, as since 2005 he has been delivering courses and seminars internationally.
His field of expertise includes Maintenance Management, Turnaround Management, Shaft Alignment, Dynamic Balancing, Vibration Analysis, Rotating machinery Maintenance and Troubleshooting, Heat Exchanger Maintenance, Storage tank and piping design, inspection and maintenance.
Glafkos Theodotou is a Senior Consultant in charge of our HSE program. Glafkos obtained an M.Sc. degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Aachen, Germany. After completing his studies, he followed postgraduate courses in Safety and Environment at the same university.
From 1992-2005 Glafkos Theodotou held the position of Head, Health, Safety and Environment at the Cyprus Petroleum Refinery Ltd (CPRL) and from 2005-2016 the same position at Cyprus Petroleum Storage Company Ltd (CPSCL) in Larnaca, Cyprus.
While working at the Cyprus Petroleum Refinery he attended courses in Fire Fighting (e.g. at the Fire Service College in Morton-on-Marsh, UK), Oil Spillage (e.g. at the Oil Spillage Centre in Southampton, UK) and many courses on safety and security issues in the oil industry like Quantity Risk Assessment at the Shell, Global Solution Center, Holland. Until his retirement he was the coordinator of the Larnaca Bay Oil Spill Plan established by the oil companies in 1996. He was also the coordinator for the implementation of the Seveso Directive for the oil industry in the same area of Larnaca Bay.