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CV Subsea Offshore Field Engineer / Project Engineer J Ray McDermott Middle East, Inc. United Arab UAE

 
Subsea Offshore Field Engineer / Project Engineer J Ray McDermott Middle East, Inc. United Arab UAE

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CV/Resume ID no.: 106841

Location (Residence): Discovery Gardens, Jebel Ali, United Arab Emirates
Citizenship: Egypt
 
Languages:
  Native: Arabic Egypt
  Other: English
 
Education & Experience: Work Authorization & Relocation:
Education:
  Bachelors in Power Mechanical Engineering

Years of Experience: 4 years
Authorized to work in:
   Azerbaijan, Egypt, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Libyan Arab Jama., Malaysia, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syrian Arab Rep., United Arab Emirates
Present Location:
   UAE, Dubai
Relocation:
   Anywhere (International)
 
Expertise
Category Subcategory Ability Experience
Engineering Construction (Subsea) Basic 10 years
Engineering Construction Basic 10 years
Operations Field Basic 10 years
Engineering Other Basic 8 years
 
CV/Resume Details
 
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]

In reference to my CV, I have received my bachelor degree in mechanical engineering in 2005 and currently working on my diploma in offshore engineering at Arab academy for science, technology & maritime transportation which is expected to be completed in 2010.

I have about 4 years experience in offshore oil & gas construction and subsea installation, worked at different contractors at many offshore construction projects for different international clients, holding positions as offshore project engineer, project coordinator, onshore site engineer, offshore pipeline installation field engineer and DSV lead field engineer (offshore sr. field engineer). Currently I am working as Senior Field Engineer at J Ray McDermott Middle East, Inc. since Dec. 2007.

My experience is a combination of technical experience gained from working on sites for different types of offshore/onshore/subsea activities as a field engineer and management skills (contracts, planning, estimation, cost control & subcontracts) gained during my work as a project engineer/ project coordinator.

In addition to the technical/management skills that I would bring to your organization, I am first class communicator, who has demonstrated a high degree of initiative and self-motivation. I enjoy the challenge of a busy, demanding work environment, and learning new skills. I am conscientious, with ability to maintain a consistently high standard of work under pressure.

I am confident that I could be a valuable addition to the team I’ll join and would appreciate the opportunity to discuss it further with you. I look forward to hearing from you soon.

2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]

Oct. 2008 – Present Subsea Installation Field Engineer/ Pre-commissioning Support Field Engineer
Offshore Operations Division
J. Ray McDermott Middle East Inc. Dubai, U.A.E

• Developing various subsea installation/ repair procedures & strategies prior to project commencement.
• Evaluate Technical, Operational and Safety aspects of each activity at planning stage.
• Reviewing client drawings & documents and report to the construction mgr/ operations engineer for any discrepancies, deviations and omissions in order to apply the corrections/ develop solutions required to improve the performance of scheduled projects.
• Developing detailed methodology (level-4 procedure: dive task plan) prior to each subsea activity onsite.
• Ensure all work is done as per set standards, drawings and approved procedures within project schedule.
• Plan, prepare and implement solutions for construction challenges.
• Supervise all Diving and ROV operations on the DPV/DSV.
• Supervise pre-commissioning operations on DSV.
• Prepare and discuss the TRA/JSA at kick-off meetings and Tool box meetings.
• Participate in the design of installation aids & seafastening for offshore projects.
• Prepare MTO’s for project, request material & coordinate to source/procure all project requirements.
• Mobilize Project Offshore Spreads* & their logistics and coordinate for associated load tests.
• Advise project offshore crew the contractual and technical aspects of the work.
• Continuous monitoring & following up for project consumables offshore.
• Liaise with Client Site representatives to ensure that the project is executed in a professional way.
• Prepare Site Query Sheets (SQS) and Management Of Change (MOC).
• Prepare lessons learnt reports, as-built drawings, close out Doc’s and all other engineering site reports upon completion of each activity.
* Offshore spreads include DSV operations spreads, ROV, survey and pigging & hydro testing spreads.


Jul. 2008 – Oct. 2008 Project Coordinator & Site Rep. on RAK Site (Field Engineer)
Offshore Operations Division
J. Ray McDermott Middle East Inc. Dubai, U.A.E
• Site Rep at Bredero Shaw(BSMEL) pipe coating factory yard at Ras Al-Khaima
• Supervise pipe load-out operations at load-out Port (Mina Saqr Port).
• Monitor subcontractors’ performance onsite.
• Coordinate between pipe coating subcontractor (BSMEL) and pipe transporting subcontractor (CPC) in order to complete the load-out operations of each voyage with minimum down time and solve all issues related to.
• Ensure all work is done as per set standards, drawings and approved procedures within project schedule.
• Liaise with client site inspector for any remarks or observations need correction actions before sailaway.
• Prepare CIPL’s for each pipe load-out voyage
• Follow-up pipe laying barge progress and provide the barge with all pipe requirements as per pipe laying schedule
• Coordinate to support the pipelay barge by any outstanding material/ equipment via load-out spreads**.
• Coordinate with contracted Agency to arrange all related clearance required for each load-out voyage.

** Load-out spreads include cargo barges and associated towing tug boat.


Dec. 2007 – Jul. 2008 Offshore Field Engineer
Offshore Operations Division
J. Ray McDermott Middle East Inc. Dubai, U.A.E
• Developing various procedures of pipeline laying and associated activities prior to project commencement.
• Reviewing client drawings & documents and report to the operations engineer for any discrepancies, deviations and omissions in order to implement the required corrections/ develop solutions to improve the performance of scheduled activities.
• Developing detailed methodology (level-4 procedure: work list) for offshore pipeline laying.
• Participate in the design of installation aids & seafastening for offshore projects.
• Prepare project’s MTO’s, material selection, material requisition & coordinate to source/procure project requirements.
• Mobilization of Project Offshore Spreads*** & their logistics and coordinate for associated load tests.
• Supervise subcontractor’s performance offshore.
• Ensure all work is done as per set standards, drawings and approved procedures within project schedule.
• Advise project offshore crew the contractual and technical aspects of the work.
• Continuous monitoring & following up of project consumables offshore.
• Liaise with Client’s Site representatives to ensure that the project is executed in a professional way.
• Technically supervise all operations on offshore site.
• Prepare Site Query Sheets (SQS) and Management Of Change (MOC).
• Prepare lessons learnt reports, as-built drawings, close out Doc’s and all other engineering site reports upon completion of each activity.
*** Offshore spreads include pipeline installation spreads and survey & ROV spreads.


Jul. 2007 – Nov. 2007 Offshore Field Engineer
Offshore Operations Division
National Petroleum Construction Company (NPCC) Abu-Dhabi, U.A.E

• Developing detailed methodology (level-4 procedure: work list) for offshore pipeline layin (onsite).
• Ensure all work is done as per set standards, drawings and approved procedures within project schedule.
• Advise project offshore crew the contractual and technical aspects of the work.
• Liaise with Client’s Site representatives to ensure that the project is executed in a professional way.
• Supervise all operations on offshore site.
• Prepare and discuss the TRA/JSA at kick-off meetings and Tool box meetings.
• Continuous monitoring & following up of project consumables offshore.
• The main focal point offshore for requesting consumables and any other requirement for the project.
• Supervise subcontractor’s performance offshore.
• Prepare Site Query Sheets (SQS) and Management Of Change (MOC).
• Prepare lessons learnt reports, as-built drawings, close out Doc’s and all other engineering site reports upon completion of each activity.


Apr. 2006 – Jul. 2007 Offshore Project Engineer “PMT”
Projects Division
Petroleum Marine Services Co. (PMS) Alexandria, Egypt

Offshore project Engineer “PMT”; acted some meanwhile roles in addition to the basic role…..

Offshore Project Engineer
• Participated in the studying of project’s work orders.
• Participated in the reviewing of contract specifications and subsequent identification of deliverables.
• Participated in originating the look-ahead schedules of critical stages of the project, project execution plan and setting the project budget.
• Raise requisitions to procure the required project material.
• Follow-up the consumption of material on working spreads and provide with all required.
• Prepare the monthly progress reports/ presentations.
• Preparing invoices to be introduced to the client and discuss all related issues with client cost controller.
• Revise subcontractors’ close-out documents/invoices as per subcontracted scope of work.

Project Coordinator/ Site Rep. (Project Engineer)
• Coordinate with technical office (offshore engineering department) to generate construction/ installation analysis & procedures as per project specs.
• Meeting client regularly to discuss proposed/ generated procedure and analysis and coordinate with the technical office to cover all comments and create suitable solutions.
• Acting as the focal point between client and our internal departments in order to facilitate all requirements needed for the preparation and execution of the project.
• Acting as the focal point between client onshore site office and our offshore spreads in client field.
• Advise our offshore spreads in client field for any changing the sequence of the proposed scope work, and discuss all related issues for the plan providing them with required doc’s and arranging the out standing material for the non-scheduled activities.

Site Engineer (onshore: site intervention, trenching, causeway, pipeline beach pull & cable beach pull)
• Ensure all work is done as per set standards, drawings and procedures.
• Plan, prepare and implement solutions for construction challenges.
• Prepare TRA’s /JSA’s, manage tool box talks prior and discuss the TRA/JSA during the Tool box talk.
• Ensure that all crew onsite are following all safety roles and have their proper safety requirement.
• Follow BP 8 Golden Rules
• Continuous monitoring of project consumables and request upon needed with zero down time.
• Liaise with client representatives to ensure that the project executed in a professional way.
• Monitor subcontractor’s performance and approve subcontractor’s site doc’s.
• Prepare site reports & lessons learned reports.
• Prepare as built drawings and other engineering documents upon completion of the project.


MAJOR PROJECTS EXPERIENCE
________________________________________

1- OFFSHORE PIPELINE FACILITIES FOR THE RASGAS EXPANSION PROJ. PH-II (JAN 2010- FEB 2010)


As extension of the main scope of work which has been mention the next pages; DSV Emerald Sea was charged with some activities (Topside, SAT Diving &ROV) , and I was responsible for preparing all site doc’s and task plans, liaise with client site representative and supervising subcontractors offshore, Scope of work includes but not limited to:
 Replacement of Damage Boat Landing Fenders of WH8 Platform
 Debris De-rigging at WH8 WYE2 Spool location
 Extra Coating removal on WH11 Riser.
 LBL Measurements of WH6 WYE-2 Spool.

2- PEARL GTL OFFSHORE FACILITIES PROJECT - (NOV 2009 –JAN 2010)

J. Ray McDermott (JRM) has been contracted by SHELL QATAR to install pearl GTL Facilities which will produce some 1,600 MMscf/d of fluids from the North Field to supply feedstock to a large onshore processing “Gas to Liquids (GTL)” facility designed to produce some 140,000 bbl/d of liquids and associated products. The scope of work includes the installation of:

 Pearl-1 & Pearl-2 Wellhead Platforms in approximately 37M & 28Mof water depths respectively.
 Two 30" diameter export pipelines of approximately 68 km & 56 km respectively from Wellhead Platforms Pearl-1 & Pearl-2 to Pearl GTL plant at RLC. Pipelines installation includes crossings, free span corrections, stalk-on riser installation, drop object protection, pigging, hydrostatic testing, and pre-commissioning.
 There will be onshore pipeline sections of some 6 km routed through Ras Laffan Industrial City (RLC) to connect to the offshore pipelines to the pig receivers located within the GTL facility boundary fence. The pipelines will be equipped with vertical pig launchers at the platforms and horizontal receivers at the onshore GTL plant. A common finger type slug-catcher will serve both pipelines.
 Two fibre optic cables (48-core single mode) will link the downstream Pearl GTL plant at RLC with both wellhead platforms. A third fibre optic cable will interlink the two offshore platforms, which are approximately 12 km apart.


DSV Emerald Sea was charged with some activities (Topside, Air Diving &ROV), and I was responsible of preparing all site doc’s and task plans, liaise with client site representative and supervising subcontractors offshore, Scope of work includes but not limited to:
 Installation of Dropped Object Protection Mattresses on PEARL-1 pipeline (42 mattresses)
 De-rigging of all installation aids from Pearl-1 pipeline/riser (Davit Lifting Clamps, Knee Braces & Riser Lifting Clamps)
 General Debris Removal on the south west face of Pearl-1 Platform preparing for Drilling operations.
 Installation of Pearl-1 J-Tube Seals + Topside Cable Pull-In
 Rectification works on the Snake-lay supported sleepers and their associated Span correction support sleepers of NFS-1 pipeline (7 locations)
 Rectification of collapsed/ incomplete Free Span Grout Bags of NFS1 & NFS2 pipelines.

3- QATARGAS 3 & 4 OFFSHORE FACILITIES PROJECT PIPELINES - (DEC 2009 - DEC 2009)

As extension of the main scope of work which has been mention the next pages; DSV Emerald Sea was charged with some activities (SAT Diving &ROV), and I was responsible for preparing all site doc’s and task plans, liaise with client site representative and supervising subcontractors offshore, Scope of work includes but not limited to:

 Installation of two PL(9-8) S-spools and flushing with gel
 Installation of Pig detectors and Subsea jumper cables at PL(9-7) & PL(9-8) locations.
 Installation of subsea control jumper hoses at PL(9-8) & PL(9-7) valve skid locations
 Removal of subsea installation aids at PL (9-8) and PL(9-7) valve skid locations
 Strapping out Cable 1 and 4 on PL7 and PL8 pipeline at Flag Falcon crossing location, QG32”Export pipeline crossing location and NFA 12”/34” pipelines crossing location
 Installation of Lateral Restrain Tie-down system at QG-II crossing location on PL 8 pipeline.

4- OFFSHORE PIPELINE FACILITIES FOR THE RASGAS EXPANSION PROJ. PH-II (OCT 2008- NOV 2009)

J. Ray McDermott (JRM) has been contracted by Ras Laffan LNG Company Ltd. to install the Offshore Pipeline Facilities for the RasGas Expansion Project Phase II in the State of Qatar. The scope of work includes but not limited to:

 Laying Two(2) 38" diameter export pipelines approximately 100.6 km & 103.7km from Wellhead Platforms WH6 and WH8 to the onshore LNG Plant, consisting of approximately 95.2 km & 98.3km of sub sea pipeline to be tied into the 5.4 km of onshore pipeline. Pipeline installation includes crossings, free span corrections, stalk-on riser tie-in, drop object protection, pigging, hydrostatic testing, and pre-commissioning.
 Laying Two(2) 28” diameter intrafield pipelines approximately 1.9km and 2.555km from Wellhead Platforms WH10 and WH11 to the export pipelines WH6 and WH8 to be tied-in WH6 WYE1 and WH8 WYE1 spools. Pipeline installation includes free span corrections, subsea tie-in to export pipeline, stalk-on riser tie-in, drop object protection installation, pigging, hydrostatic testing, and pre-commissioning.
 Laying Two(2) subsea power/communications cables of approximately 27.5 km and 35.7km long from Wellhead platforms WH6 and WH8 to existing RasGas “A” Riser platform.

I was charged with DSV/DP Vessels’ works (SAT/Air Diving & ROV) and was responsible for the preparation of installation procedures, rigging calculations, material procurement, prepare all site doc’s and task plans, liaise with clients, vendors and supervising subcontractors offshore on the following vessels for the below listed activities:

ON DSV NORMAND FORTRESS
 Continue support/ supervise the pre-commissioning operations of WH10 28” intrafield pipeline:
• Nitrogen Purging and Packing.
 Support/supervise pre-commissioning operations of WH11 28” intrafield pipeline:
• Leak test, Dewatering and Drying
• Nitrogen Purging and Packing
 Installation of Tie-in Spool (L-shape/ 50Mx15M/ 28” Dia.) between WH11 28” intrafield pipeline to WH8 38” export pipelines at WH8 WYE-1 subsea tie-in.
 Repair & rectification of the subsea valve Guard at WH6 WYE2 subsea tie-in connection.
 Removal and recovery of the remaining riser lifting clamps of WH10 & WH11 28” risers.
 Adjust, align and close the gate of EL(-44) adjustable riser clamp of WH10 28” riser.
 Install EL (-44) adjustable riser clamp of WH11 28” riser.
 Post installation survey of WH10 & WH11 28” pipeline for free span inspection.
 Installation of dropped object protectors “DOP’s” on WH11 28” intrafield pipelines (platforms approach)


ON DSV ECLIPSE
 Support the pre-commissioning operations of WH10 & WH11 28” intrafield pipelines:
• Pre-pigging support (open the valves on pig receiver)
• Post pigging support (Removal & recovery of pig receiver, extract pigs onboard DSV and installing Hydrotest blind flange on the pipeline).
• Leak test, Dewatering and Drying of WH10 pipeline only during pre-commissioning phase.
 In-water transit of WH10 28” tie-in spool (from wet storage location to tie-in location).
 In-water transit of WH11 tie-in spool (from wet storage location to tie-in location).
 Installation of Tie-in Spool between WH10 28” intrafield pipeline to WH6 38” export pipeline at WH6 WYE-1 subsea tie-in.
 Rectification of the subsea valve Guard at WH6 WYE1 subsea tie-in connection.
 Repair & rectification of the subsea valve Guard at WH6 WYE2 subsea tie-in connection (not completed).
 Removal and recovery of davit clamps, riser lifting clamps and knee braces on the WH10 & WH11 risers and pipelines.
 Installation of dropped object protectors “DOP’s” on WH10 28” intrafield pipelines (platforms approach)
 Installation of a rectification DOP frame at WH9 28” riser spool bend (horizontal bend).

ON DSV THEBAUD SEA
 Repair works on 28” subsea valves on WH4-WH9 subsea Tie-in
 Installation of riser clamp (adjustable) at WH6 Platform.
 Inspection & repair works on WH6 38” riser
 De-rigging and Recovery of all left installation aids in the approach of WH6 & WH8 platforms
 Free span rectification for WH6 & WH8 pipelines
 Recovery of debris fluke anchors found in RASGAS field
 Recovery of a WH8 38” Pig Receiver WYE-2 Location
 Preparation for removal and recovery of a 38” flanged dummy spool of WH8 WY1 Spool (Recovered by other heavy lift barge).
 Installation of J-Tube Guard at RASGAS ALPHA Platform
 Salvage of a sunken stinger (4 sections stinger)


5- QATARGAS 3 & 4 OFFSHORE FACILITIES PROJECT PIPELINES - (DEC 2007- OCT 2009)
J. Ray McDermott (JRM) has been contracted by QATARGAS for the construction and installation of offshore pipelines and cables in the State of Qatar. The scope of work includes but not limited to:

 Two(2) 38" diameter export pipelines approximately 66 km & 63 km from Wellhead Platforms WHP7 and WHP8 to the onshore RAS LAFFANG (Beach Pull, Normal Lay & Snake Lay). Pipelines installation includes crossings, free span corrections, stalk-on riser installation, pigging, hydrostatic testing and pre-commissioning.**
 Two(2) 22” diameter Spur pipelines PL9-7 & PL9-8 connecting WH9 platform to PL7 & PL8 pipelines with total length of 1 Km (internally CRA-Claded pipelines). Pipeline installation includes free span corrections, subsea tie-in to export pipeline, stalk-on riser tie-in, subsea tie-in to the export pipelines, pigging, hydrostatic testing, and pre-commissioning.
 Laying of two 10.75” subsea cable steel conduits, 2.5 Km length each. Installation using shore-push initiating method.
 Four sections of power/fiber optic cables (Cables 1, 2, 3 & 4) with total length of 138 Km connecting WH7, WH8 & WH9 platforms to the onshore plant.


6- EPC FOR QATARGAS II DEVELOPMENT PROJECT (OFFSHOR FACILITIES) - (JUL 2007- NOV 2007)

NPCC had been contracted by QATARGAS for the construction and installation of offshore pipelines and cables in the State of Qatar. The scope of work which I had involved in was including but not limited to:
 Snake Lay Installation of 38” dia. Trunk lines PL4 connected from RLIC to WH4 platform with total length of 90.9 Km, shore-pull start-up method. Pipeline installation includes crossings, free span corrections and tie-in spools riser.
 Normal Lay Installation of two 16” Spur lines PL5-4 & PL5-6 connecting WH5 platform to PL4 & PL6 pipelines by a subsea tie-ins (total length of 1.1 Km). The pipeline is internally CRA-Clad and Dead Man Anchor (DMA) start-up method was applied.

7- SAQQARA FIELD DEVELOPMENT PROJECT - OFFSHORE FACILITIES - (OCT 2006- JUL 2007)

PMS had been contracted by BP/GUPCO for the construction and installation of SAQQARA Offshore Facilities in the Red Sea, Egypt. The Scope of work included but not limited to:

 Normal Lay Installation of 16" Dia. Pipeline connected from SAQQARA platform to the new reception facility at Ras-Shukheir, with a total approx. 12.5 Km, shore-pull start-up method was applied for 500m. Pipeline installation includes crossings, free span corrections, tie-in spool Installation.
 Shore pulling Installation of Steel Conduit (16” dia. / 500m length/ Concrete Coat); Conduit was dedicated for a chemical injection composite cable.
 Laying of a Chemical Injection, composite cable (Umbilical), 12.5Km length connected between SAQQARA Platform to onshore reception facility.
 Pipeline shore approach trenched and backfilled.
 Installation of a Four Leg Jacket, vertical lifting installation method.
 Installation of Platform Deck (600 Ton) - - (I left PMS before installation of the Deck)

8- INTERNATIONAL TENDER – CGOS PIPELINE LAYING PROGRAM 2005/2006 - (APR 2006- JUN 2007)

PMS and Saipem had been contracted by GUPCO for the installation of COGS pipelines (includes pre-lay crossing support installation, post-lay rectification & free span corrections, tie-in spools Installation, …etc.) in the Red Sea, Egypt. The Scope of work included but not limited to (which only I had involved in):

 Installation of 20" Dia. T.L. approx. 17.5 km (shore pull & laying) from MWF to M36
 Pre-lay crossings and Post-lay Rectification for 20" Trunk line from P/F M-36 to MWF
 Installation of 12" dia. W.I. Pipeline approx. 1.8 km from Platform Morgan-36 to Platform
M-160.
 Post-laid rectification of 20" W.I. Pipeline from P/F M-1 to P/F M-36
 Post-laid rectifications of 16" IOL Pipeline from P/F M-36 to Platform P/F M-1
 Riser Clamps Installation and Closing Spool Metrology, Fabrication & Installation @ P/F M-1(D), P/F GS-327 & P/F P/F M-55.
 Pre-lay crossings & Post-laid Rectif. of 12" Pipeline from P/F GS-327 to P/F M-55.
 Topside Modifications at P/F’s: M-1 Terminal/M-1 Drilling/ M-36 Booster/ M-160

9- REPAIR WORKS FOR GUPCO PIPELINES UTILIZING DSV PMS-MAYO - (OCT 2006- APR 2007)

PMS had been contracted by GUPCO for the repair works of company’s damaging/ leaking pipelines in the Red Sea, Egypt. The Scope of work included but not limited to:

 Leak Repair for 18” P/L (Badri-C to Badri-D), 18” P/L (M36 - M8) & 18” P/L (OCT-C TO OCT-D).
 Leak Repair for 18” P/L (BADRI-C -M-55) & 18” P/L (BADRI-C - BADRI-P)
 Leak Repair for 18” P/L (GS-347 - M-55) & 12” P/L (EAST TANKA TO OCTOBER-J)
 Shifting/repositioning of 4.5" Coil Tube (OCT-P TO OCT-B)


3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]

EDUCATION
________________________________________

• Diploma in Offshore Engineering, 2009-2010 (Expected)
At Arab Academy for Science, Technology & Maritime Transportation - Alexandria, Egypt


• Bachelor Degree in Power Mechanical Engineering, 2000-2005
At Alexandria University - Alexandria, Egypt.


ACHIEVEMENTS
________________________________________
Graduation Project with "Excellent" Grade, which was about “Complete Design Of Pipeline“ for transporting
10 MTA of Libyan heavy crude oil of high wax content and high pour point from Tobtouk (Libya) to Krier (Alexandria) Refineries, this Design/study passed through the following phases:
• Hydraulic Analysis
• Economical Study
• Pump Selection
• Surge Analysis
• Heating
• GIS
• SCADA (simulation)

TRAINING EXPERIENCE (University Summer Training)
________________________________________
Aug – Sep 2004 Petroleum Marine Service Co. "PMS" Alexandria, Egypt

Trained on:
• Fundamentals of Welding: types of welding, positions for welding, types of electrodes, ….. etc.
• Fundamentals of Welding Inspection: types of inspections, welding defects, advantages & disadv. of each type,…….etc
• Fundamentals of Fabrication Processes.
• Fundamentals of Project planning


Jul – Jul 2004 West Delta Electricity Production Company Alexandria, Egypt
Sidi-Krir Power Station (Unit 1 & Unit 2)
Trained on:
• Overview on Sequence of Power Production at Power Stations.
• Power Station Main Mechanical Units: Boilers, Turbines, Condensers.
• Power Stations Main Electrical Units: Generators, Transformers.
• Power Stations Utilities: Water Distillation Unit, Water Desalination Unit, Hydrogen Production Unit, Heaters , Pumps , Sealing , ……etc
• Diesel Engine Unit Operation.
• Safety & Fire fighting system

Aug – Aug 2003 West Delta Bus Company Main Maintenance Workshops Alexandria, Egypt

Trained on:
• Diesel Engine Main Components
• Diesel Engine Main Operating Problems and Maintenance.


Jul – Aug 2003 Arab Petroleum Pipelines Co. “SUMED” Sidi-Krir Zone Alexandria, Egypt

Trained on:
• Pipelines Operating Theories and SUMED Pipeline Purpose.
• Pipelines Main Components and SUMED’s Pipeline Stages.
• Types of Storing Tanks and Main Components of these Tanks.
• Pipelines & Tanks Periodical Maintenance program
• Pipelines Pigging program and Types of Pigging.
• Fundamentals of how SPM’s work.
• Fundamentals of the Maintenance of Valves, Mixer,….etc.
• Overview on SUMED’s Pipeline Operation Control System “SCADA”.

Jul – Jul 2002 El-Nasr Petroleum Company “N.P.C.” Suez, Egypt

Trained on:
• Machining Workshop
• Valve Testing & Maintenance workshop.
• Water Treatment Unit: Theory of Operation/ Unit Stages & Components.
• Steam Generation Unit: Theory of Operation/ Unit Stages & Components.


Jun – Jun 2002 El-Nasr for Fertilizers & Chemical Industries Company Suez, Egypt

Trained on:
• Steam Power Station: Theory of Operation/ Unit Stages & Components.
• Water Treatment Unit: Theory of Operation/ Unit Stages & Components.
• Practical Training on Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW).


4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
• Windows 95/98/Me/2000/XP
• MS office package
• Primavera Project Planner / MS Project
• AutoCAD (2D/ 3D)
• Visual Basic 6.0 programming
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
Technical Knowledge & Skills:
• Awareness of Most Safety Regulations and Documentations.
• V. Good Experience, Knowledge and awareness of offshore pipeline laying & Start-up by several methods/ techniques.
• Good Experience in most Diving works supported by awareness of IMCA Guildlines.
• Experience in Pipe Load-out & Transportation.
• Very good Knowledge of Rigging Material, Types & Arrangements.
• Very good Knowledge of diving Tools, material & underwater equipment
• Good Knowledge of Marine vessels mooring systems.
• Good knowledge of the Design of Installation Aids & Sea Fastening
• Good Knowledge & Basic Experience in offshore Cable laying & Start-up Techniques.
• Good Knowledge & Basic Experience in the installation of offshore Platform (Jacket & Deck)
• Good Knowledge & Basic Experience in Pre-commissioning Activities
• General knowledge of pipeline design engineering fundamentals.
• General Knowledge of Welding Material, equipments & Techniques.
• General Knowledge of NDT methods & Techniques.
• General Knowledge of survey systems.

Project Management:
• Good knowledge of Project Management obtained mainly from educational background and supported by both:
 Practical Experience gained from offshore construction Projects
 Post Graduate Academic Courses (listed below in the Certificates)
• Good User for Primavera Project Planner / MS Project Professional
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]
LICENSES, CERTIFICATIONS AND PROFESSIONAL COURSES
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• 2009: Offshore Medical Certificate/ Seamanbook (PANAMA MARITIME AUTHORITY), Valid Till: 24 June, 2014
• 2009: Certified Wire Rope Inspector – Level 1 (by Carl Stahl-EVITA Ltd, England), Expiry Date: 8th August, 2012
• 2009: Driving License (Dubai, UAE) Valid Till: September, 2019
• 2009: Quality Awareness Course (by J Ray McDermott Middle East)
•2008: Basic Fire Fighting Certificates (by ETSDC, Abu-Dhabi, UAE), Valid Till: 22 January, 2011
•2008: Basic First Aid Certificates (by ETSDC, Abu-Dhabi, UAE), Valid Till: 21 January, 2011
•2008: Helicopter Underwater Escape Training Certificates (by ETSDC, Abu-Dhabi, UAE), Valid Till: 21 January, 2011
•2008: H2S Safety Training Course (by J Ray McDermott Middle East, Inc) Valid Till: 29 March, 2011
•2008: Task Risk Assessment Course (by J Ray McDermott Middle East, Inc) Valid Till: 26 May, 2011
•2008: Personnel Basket Transfer Course (by J Ray McDermott Middle East) Valid Till: 24 March, 2011
•2008: Behavior Based Safety Management Course – BBSM Observer (by J Ray McDermott Middle East)
•2007: Offshore Survival Certificate (by GTSC - ABU DHABI, UAE), Valid Till: 19 July, 2010
•2007: Offshore Medical Certificate/ Seamanbook (EGYPTIAN AUTHORITY FOR MARITIME SAFETY), Valid Till: 5 June, 2012
•2007: Environmental Awareness Course (by J Ray McDermott Middle East)
•2007: Email Etiquette Course (by J Ray McDermott Middle East)
•2007: Defensive Driving Course (by BP/GUPCO, Egypt)
•2007: Work in Confined Space Course (by BP/GUPCO, Egypt)
•2006: Project Planning & Control Techniques Certificates (by Arab Academy for Technology, sciences and maritime Transp.)
•2006: Project Resources Management Certificates (by Arab Academy for Technology, sciences and maritime Transp.)
•2005: Electrical Machines Control Course (by DON BOSCO Technical Institute, Egypt)
•2004: Primavera Project Planner Certificates (by Faculty of Engineering, Alexandria University)
•2001: Driving License (Egypt) - Valid Till: February, 2011


 

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Subsea Offshore Field Engineer / Project Engineer J Ray McDermott Middle East, Inc. United Arab UAE
CV/Resume ID no.: 106841

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