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CV Shift Plant Commissioning Supervisor Cycle Gas Turbine, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Saudi Arabia

 
Shift Plant Commissioning Supervisor Cycle Gas Turbine, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Saudi Arabia

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CV/Resume ID no.: 110996

Location (Residence): Cebu, Philippines
Citizenship: Philippines
 
Languages:
  Native: English Philippines
  Other: English United States
 
Education & Experience: Work Authorization & Relocation:
Education:
  Bachelors in mechanical Engineering

Years of Experience: 28 years
Authorized to work in:
   European Union, UK (in particular), United States, Australia, Austria, Bahrain, Belgium, Brazil, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Chile, China, Christmas Island, Costa Rica, Denmark, Egypt, Fiji, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Guam, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Korea, (South), Kuwait, Luxembourg, Macao, Malaysia, Maldives, Malta, Mexico, Micronesia, Monaco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Oman, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Qatar, Russian Federation, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Solomon Islands, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Timor (East), Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States, Venezuela, Vietnam, Virgin Islands, British, Virgin Islands, U.S.
Present Location:
   Saudi Arabia, Shuqaiq
Relocation:
   Anywhere (International)
 
Expertise
Category Subcategory Ability Experience
Technician Level Commissioning Expert 34 years
Operations Control Room Operator Expert 23 years
 
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EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

NAME OF COMPANY: MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES INDUTRIES,LTD.
NAME OF PROJECT: 3X330 MW THERMAL POWER PLANT
SQWEC, Shuqaiq Independent Water and Power
MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES,LTD,NAGASAKI PROJECT
SHUQAIQ ,KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA
POSITION HANDLING: SHIFT CHARGE ENGINEER
DEPARTMENT: MHI COMMISSIONING/OPERATION GROUP
DATE: AUGUST 04,2009 - UP TO PRESENT

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

1. COORDINATE WITH THE JAPANESE SUPERVISORS THE DAILY COMMISSIONING ACTIVITIES ESPECIALLY THE PERSONNEL ASSIGNMENT AND CLIENT WITNESSES FOR THE DAILY COMMISSIONING.

2. CONDUCTINGTHE DAILY REPORTS ON THE ACIVITIES OF THE COMMISSIONING EQUIPMENT
AND THE OPERATIONAL MACHINES AND OR AUXILIARIES.

3. DAILY MONITORING, CHECK-UP AND CONDUCTING ACTUAL START-UP AND SHUTDOWN FOLLOWING
THE STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES OF THE DIFFERENT UNIT AND EQUIPMENT OF THE POWER PLANT.
A) STEAM TURBINE UNIT
1. Thermal Control Room
2. Motor control centers or switchgear room
3. The Steam Turbine Local area
The Hp and Ip Steam Turbine
The generator
The Hp and Lp heaters
The Condenser or Hotwell
Cooling Water pump
Condensate pumps
The gland Condenser and Gland condenser exhaust fans
The boiler feedwater pumps (A,B & standby)
Vacuum pumps A&B
The feedwater Storage tank and Dearator
The different Pressure controllers, level controllers
The seal oil system of the generator
The circulating water pump or sea cooling water pump for condenser cooling
Instrument air compressors and air dryer
Steam and feedwater lines
The turbine lp-bypass pressure valve

B) BOILER UNIT
1. The steam drum
2. The furnace, water walls, the convection pass, main steam lines, reheater line, auxiliary steam lines
3. The steam/condensate vents and drains
4. The regenerative air heaters
5. The forced draft fans
6. Gas recirculation fans
7. Flame scanner fan (ac/dc)
8. Gas ignitor fan (ac/dc)
9. Lubricating pumps for GRF, FDFANS, RAH ROTOR DRIVE
10. Steam air hater recovery pumps
11. Sootblowers
12. Air and flue gas ductings
13. Burners proper firing unit, controllers of fuel supply either natural gas, heavy fuel oil, and gas oiling
14. The auxiliary steam headers or receiver
15. The furnace probe temperature monitoring
16. Boiler Hp-bypass pressure reducing valve
17. Safety valves
18. Desuperheaters and controllers valves

C) COMMON AUXILIARIES
1. The main fuel oil pumps for boiler firing
2. The steam transformer for fuel oil heating and steam tracing lines for HFO and viscosity requirement
3. The chlorination plant area for intake sea water cooling for the whole plant requirement
4. The gas oil ignitor pump
5. The purge oil pump
6. Tank farm for HFO AND DIESEL FUEL
7. Condenser Make-up Water pumps
8. Deaerator Make-up Water pumps
9. Screen Wash Pump for Traveling Band Screen
10. Start-up Lubricating Pump
11. Circulating Water Filling Pump
12. Water Treatment Plant (Demineralization Plant, Reverse Osmosis)
13. Service Air Compressors
14. Service Water Pumps
15. Condenser/Heat exchanger Ball cleaning system
16. Fuel Gas Scrubber and Receiving Station
17. Boiler Blowdown Drain Pit pumps
18. Fuel Oil metering Station
19. Boiler Drain Pit
20. Fuel Oil House, HFO, Diesel Oil, Metering Drain pit

D) FLUE GAS DESULFURIZATION SYSTEM (FGD)
1. Coordinate and Implement the correct analysis of Flue Gas emission for the operation.
2. Coordinate with the correct requirement for consumption of limestone as per analysis of Gas emission.
3. Control the ash disposal at Electrostatic Precipitator and FGD Gypsium as a by product of Flue Gas.

4) COORDINATE WITH THE ELECTRICAL CONTROL ROOM FOR SYNCHRONIZATION AND SHUTDOWN OF THE UNIT (STEAM TURBINE/BOILER).

5) CLOSELY MONITORING THE QUALITY OF FEEDWATER THAT WILL BE UTILIZED FOR THE BOILER.

6) SHOULD FOLLOW OR OPERATE THE STEAM TURBINE WITH THE STANDARD STEAM QUALITY FOLLOWING THE MANUFACTURERS CRITERIA, e.g. STEAM PRESSURE , STEAM TEMPERATURE, STEAM QUALITY AND DRNESS.

7) RESPONSIBLE FOR THE PLANT PERFORMANCE AT MAXIMUM POWER GENERATION AT ECONOMICAL OPERATION AND 100% SAFETY.

8) RESPONSIBLE FOR THE GENERATION AND CONSUMPTION FOR THE PLANT OPERATION EFFICIENCY.

9) RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CHECKING AND CONTROLLING FOR ALL THE OPERATORS IN TAKING DAILY LOGSHEETS, LOGBOOK CONSUMPTION AND GENERATION.

10) STUDY AND MONITOR ALL THE PARAMETERS OR CHECK POINTS OF THE PLANt

11) RESPONSIBLE TO COORDINATE WITH THE MAINTENANCE GROUP BOTH ELECTRICAL, MECHANICAL, AND INSTRUMENTATION FOR ANY REPAIRS, CORRECTIONS AND TROUBLE SHOOTING.

12) CONDUCTING INTERLOCKING SEQUENCE FOR THE INDIVIDUAL SYSTEM FOR THE PLANT WITH THE HELP OF INSTRUMENTATIONS AND ELECTRICAL.


13) RESPONSIBLE TO COORDINATE WITH THE MAINTENANCE GROUP BOTH ELECTRICAL, MECHANICAL, AND INSTRUMENTATION FOR ANY REPAIRS, CORRECTIONS, AND TROUBLE SHOOTING.

14) CONDUCTING INTERLOCKING SEQUENCE FOR THE INDIVIDUAL SYSTEM FOR THE PLANT WITH THE HELP OF INSTRUMENTATION AND ELECTRICAL.

15) RESPONSIBLE FOR THE HOUSEKEEPING OF THE PLANT.

16) RENDERING ANY TASK GIVEN BY THE SUPERIOR THAT WILL PROSPER FOR THE ORGANIZATION.

17) DURING ACID CLEANING BOTH BOILER AND PRE-BOILER SYSTEM WILL HELP AND RESPONSIBLE FOR THE LINE ACID CLEANED.


NAME OF COMPANY: MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES INDUSTRIES,LTD.
NAME OF PROJECT: 330 MW THERMAL POWER PLANT
OMON THERMAL POWER PLANTFebruary,2003
THOI LOI HAMLET, PHUOC THOI VILLAGE
OMON DISTRICT, CAN THO PROVINCE
SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM
POSITION HANDLING: SHIFT CHARGE ENGINEER
DEPARTMENT: MHI COMMISSIONING/OPERATION GROUP
DATE: JANUARY 20, 2008- JULY 30,2009

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

4. COORDINATE WITH THE JAPANESE SUPERVISORS THE DAILY COMMISSIONING ACTIVITIES ESPECIALLY THE PERSONNEL ASSIGNMENT AND CLIENT WITNESSES FOR THE DAILY COMMISSIONING.

5. CONDUCTING THE DAILY REPORTS ON THE ACIVITIES OF THE COMMISSIONING EQUIPMENT
AND THE OPERATIONAL MACHINES AND OR AUXILIARIES.

6. DAILY MONITORING, CHECK-UP AND CONDUCTING ACTUAL START-UP AND SHUTDOWN FOLLOWING
THE STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES OF THE DIFFERENT UNIT AND EQUIPMENT OF THE POWER PLANT.

A) STEAM TURBINE UNIT
4. Thermal Control Room
5. Motor control centers or switchgear room
6. The Steam Turbine Local area
The Hp and Ip Steam Turbine
The generator
The Hp and Lp heaters
The Condenser or Hotwell
Cooling Water pump
Condensate pumps
The gland Condenser and Gland condenser exhaust fans
The boiler feedwater pumps (A,B & standby)
Vacuum pumps A&B
The feedwater Storage tank and Dearator
The different Pressure controllers, level controllers
The seal oil system of the generator
The circulating water pump or sea cooling water pump for condenser cooling
Instrument air compressors and air dryer
Steam and feedwater lines
The turbine lp-bypass pressure valve

B) BOILER UNIT
19. The steam drum
20. The furnace, water walls, the convection pass, main steam lines, reheater line, auxiliary steam lines
21. The steam/condensate vents and drains
22. The regenerative air heaters
23. The forced draft fans
24. Gas recirculation fans
25. Flame scanner fan (ac/dc)
26. Gas ignitor fan (ac/dc)
27. Lubricating pumps for GRF, FDFANS, RAH ROTOR DRIVE
28. Steam air hater recovery pumps
29. Sootblowers
30. Air and flue gas ductings
31. Burners proper firing unit, controllers of fuel supply either natural gas, heavy fuel oil, and gas oiling
32. The auxiliary steam headers or receiver
33. The furnace probe temperature monitoring
34. Boiler Hp-bypass pressure reducing valve
35. Safety valves
36. Desuperheaters and controllers valves

C) COMMON AUXILIARIES
21. The main fuel oil pumps for boiler firing
22. The steam transformer for fuel oil heating and steam tracing lines for HFO and viscosity requirement
23. The chlorination plant area for intake sea water cooling for the whole plant requirement
24. The gas oil ignitor pump
25. The purge oil pump
26. Tank farm for HFO AND DIESEL FUEL
27. Condenser Make-up Water pumps
28. Deaerator Make-up Water pumps
29. Screen Wash Pump for Traveling Band Screen
30. Start-up Lubricating Pump
31. Circulating Water Filling Pump
32. Water Treatment Plant (Demineralization Plant, Reverse Osmosis)
33. Service Air Compressors
34. Service Water Pumps
35. Condenser/Heat exchanger Ball cleaning system
36. Fuel Gas Scrubber and Receiving Station
37. Boiler Blowdown Drain Pit pumps
38. Fuel Oil metering Station
39. Boiler Drain Pit
40. Fuel Oil House, HFO, Diesel Oil, Metering Drain pit

D) FLUE GAS DESULFURIZATION SYSTEM (FGD)
4. Coordinate and Implement the correct analysis of Flue Gas emission for the operation.
5. Coordinate with the correct requirement for consumption of limestone as per analysis of Gas emission.
6. Control the ash disposal at Electrostatic Precipitator and FGD Gypsium as a by product of Flue Gas.

18) COORDINATE WITH THE ELECTRICAL CONTROL ROOM FOR SYNCHRONIZATION AND SHUTDOWN OF THE UNIT (STEAM TURBINE/BOILER).

19) CLOSELY MONITORING THE QUALITY OF FEEDWATER THAT WILL BE UTILIZED FOR THE BOILER.

20) SHOULD FOLLOW OR OPERATE THE STEAM TURBINE WITH THE STANDARD STEAM QUALITY FOLLOWING THE MANUFACTURERS CRITERIA, e.g. STEAM PRESSURE , STEAM TEMPERATURE, STEAM QUALITY AND DRNESS.

21) RESPONSIBLE FOR THE PLANT PERFORMANCE AT MAXIMUM POWER GENERATION AT ECONOMICAL OPERATION AND 100% SAFETY.

22) RESPONSIBLE FOR THE GENERATION AND CONSUMPTION FOR THE PLANT OPERATION EFFICIENCY.

23) RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CHECKING AND CONTROLLING FOR ALL THE OPERATORS IN TAKING DAILY LOGSHEETS, LOGBOOK CONSUMPTION AND GENERATION.

24) STUDY AND MONITOR ALL THE PARAMETERS OR CHECK POINTS OF THE PLANt

25) RESPONSIBLE TO COORDINATE WITH THE MAINTENANCE GROUP BOTH ELECTRICAL, MECHANICAL, AND INSTRUMENTATION FOR ANY REPAIRS, CORRECTIONS AND TROUBLE SHOOTING.

26) CONDUCTING INTERLOCKING SEQUENCE FOR THE INDIVIDUAL SYSTEM FOR THE PLANT WITH THE HELP OF INSTRUMENTATIONS AND ELECTRICAL.

27) RESPONSIBLE TO COORDINATE WITH THE MAINTENANCE GROUP BOTH ELECTRICAL, MECHANICAL, AND INSTRUMENTATION FOR ANY REPAIRS, CORRECTIONS, AND TROUBLE SHOOTING.

28) CONDUCTING INTERLOCKING SEQUENCE FOR THE INDIVIDUAL SYSTEM FOR THE PLANT WITH THE HELP OF INSTRUMENTATION AND ELECTRICAL.

29) RESPONSIBLE FOR THE HOUSEKEEPING OF THE PLANT.

30) RENDERING ANY TASK GIVEN BY THE SUPERIOR THAT WILL PROSPER FOR THE ORGANIZATION.

31) DURING ACID CLEANING BOTH BOILER AND PRE-BOILER SYSTEM WILL HELP AND RESPONSIBLE FOR THE LINE ACID CLEANED.


NAME OF COMPANY: MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES, LTD.
NAME OF PROJECT: Genesis Huntly e3p Unit – 5, 400MWe Single Shaft CCGT Power Plant
Cnr. Hetterington - Te Ohaaki Road, Waikato Region, Huntly, New Zealand
POSITION: COMMISSIONING SUPERVISOR
SECTION: MHI COMMISSIONING/OPERATION GROUP
DATE: November 08, 2006 – August 15, 2007

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Coordinate with the Japanese Supervisors the daily commissioning activities.
2. Daily monitoring, check-up and conducting actual start-up and shutdown following the standard operating procedures
of the different unit and equipment pertaining to Gas Turbine, Steam Turbine, HRSG, Generator, e.g.
1.) Control room
2.) Motor Control Center or Switch Gear
3.) The Steam Turbine Area
3.1 The Pre-Boiler System
3.2 The generator
3.3 The condenser or hot well
3.4 The Close circuit cooling water system
3.5 The steam turbine vacuum system
3.6 The feed water system
3.7 The main turbine lubrication and control oil system
3.8 The main cooling system- circulating water pump
3.9 The steam turbine main steam flow system
3.4.0 The steam boiler feed water pump system , its lubrication and steam supply
3.4.1 The main steam turbine protection and interlock system
4.) The fuel gas system which the main source of combustion.
4.1 The Knock-out drum of the Gas system is the primary separator of fuel gas.
4.2 The Filter separator is the secondary Gas filtration occurs.
4.3 The Water bath Heaters which will preheat the required fuel gas.
4.4 The Gas compressor.
4.5 The TCA cooler which functions is to heat – up the fuel before entering the combustion chamber of Gas
turbine.
5.) The Gas Turbine
5.1 The lubrication and oil control system.
5.2 The air and fuel gas system.
5.3 The anti-icing system.
5.4 GT ventilation fans.
5.5 GT Fire system particularly the CO2 Flooding system at enclosure.
5.6 The protection and interlock protection.

3. Responsible the over all safety of the operation of the unit at optimum power generation.

4. The observance of plant cleanliness which is the general rule of everybody to avoid accident that resulted to
shutdown.

5. Monitor/Coordinate always with the HRSG (Heat Reheat Steam Generator) operation.

6. Monitor/Coordinate the auxiliary equipment such as, instrument air compressors, service air compressor, raw water supply, auxiliary boiler for auxiliary steam, etc.

7. Coordinate with the Performance / Testing group for unit performance as per procedures and requirement.

8. Responsible for the 30 days Reliability test operation of the Whole Unit, ancillary and auxiliary equipment.


NAME OF COMPANY: MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES, LTD.
NAME OF PROJECT: 4 x 360 MW TURKEY AFSIN ELBISTAN-B Thermal Power Plant
EUAS, TURKEY PROJECT
POSITION: COMMISSIONING SUPERVISOR
SECTION: STEAM TURBINE COMMISSIONING/OPERATION GROUP
DATE: June 3, 2004- September 30, 2006

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Coordinate with the Japanese Supervisors the daily commissioning activities.

2. Daily monitoring, check-up and conducting actual start-up and shutdown following the standard operating procedures
of the different unit and equipment pertaining to steam turbine , e.g.
1. Control room
2. Motor Control Center or Switch Gear
3. The Steam Turbine Area
The Pre-Boiler System
The generator
The hp and lp heaters
The condenser or hot well
The Close circuit cooling water system
The steam turbine vacuum system
The feed water system
The main turbine lubrication and control oil system
The main cooling system- circulating water pump
The steam turbine main steam flow system
The steam boiler feed water pump system , its lubrication and steam supply
The main steam turbine protection and interlock system

3. The over all safety of the operation of the unit at optimum power generation.

4. The observance of plant cleanliness which is the general rule of everybody to avoid accident that resulted to shutdown.

5. Coordinate always with the boiler operation in anticipation of power shortages due to miscommunication.

6. Coordinate with the auxiliary group pertaining to all auxiliary status and condition especially of critical equipment such
as, instrument air compressors ,service air compressor, raw water supply, auxiliary boiler for auxiliary steam, etc.

7. Coordinate with the Performance / Testing group for unit performance as per procedures and requirement.
8. Responsible for Reliability Test operation of the whole Unit until the completion with-out interruptions as per
requirement.


NAME OF COMPANY: MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES INDUTRIES,LTD.
NAME OF PROJECT: 8X300 MW THERMAL POWER PLANT
SABIYA POWER STATION
MINISTRY OF ELECTRICITY AND WATER --- STATE OF KUWAIT
MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES, LTD. (PROJECT)
NAGASAKI SHIPYARDAND MACHINERY
POSITION HANDLING: SHIFT CHARGE ENGINEER
DEPARTMENT: MHI COMMISSIONING/OPERATION GROUP
DATE: NOVEMBER 7,1997-FEBRUARY 21,2003

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

7. COORDINATE WITH THE JAPANESE SUPERVISORS THE DAILY COMMISSIONING ACTIVITIES ESPECIALLY THE PERSONNEL ASSIGNMENT AND CLIENT WITNESSES FOR THE DAILY COMMISSIONING.

8. CONDUCTINGTHE DAILY REPORTS ON THE ACIVITIES OF THE COMMISSIONING EQUIPMENT
AND THE OPERATIONAL MACHINES AND OR AUXILIARIES.

9. DAILY MONITORING, CHECK-UP AND CONDUCTING ACTUAL START-UP AND SHUTDOWN FOLLOWING
THE STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES OF THE DIFFERENT UNIT AND EQUIPMENT OF THE POWER PLANT.

A) STEAM TURBINE UNIT
7. Thermal Control Room
8. Motor control centers or switchgear room
9. The Steam Turbine Local area
The Hp and Ip Steam Turbine
The generator
The Hp and Lp heaters
The Condenser or Hotwell
Cooling Water pump
Condensate pumps
The gland Condenser and Gland condenser exhaust fans
The boiler feedwater pumps (A,B & standby)
Vacuum pumps A&B
The feedwater Storage tank and Dearator
The different Pressure controllers, level controllers
The seal oil system of the generator
The circulating water pump or sea cooling water pump for condenser cooling
Instrument air compressors and air dryer
Steam and feedwater lines
The turbine lp-bypass pressure valve

B) BOILER UNIT
37. The steam drum
38. The furnace, water walls, the convection pass, main steam lines, reheater line, auxiliary steam lines
39. The steam/condensate vents and drains
40. The regenerative air heaters
41. The forced draft fans
42. Gas recirculation fans
43. Flame scanner fan (ac/dc)
44. Gas ignitor fan (ac/dc)
45. Lubricating pumps for GRF, FDFANS, RAH ROTOR DRIVE
46. Steam air hater recovery pumps
47. Sootblowers
48. Air and flue gas ductings
49. Burners proper firing unit, controllers of fuel supply either natural gas, heavy fuel oil, and gas oiling
50. The auxiliary steam headers or receiver
51. The furnace probe temperature monitoring
52. Boiler Hp-bypass pressure reducing valve
53. Safety valves
54. Desuperheaters and controllers valves
C) COMMON AUXILIARIES
41. The main fuel oil pumps for boiler firing
42. The steam transformer for fuel oil heating and steam tracing lines for HFO and viscosity requirement
43. The chlorination plant area for intake sea water cooling for the whole plant requirement
44. The LT/MT chiller and emergency chiller of the plant
45. The gas oil ignitor pump
46. The purge oil pump
47. Tank farm for HFO,GAS OIL AND CRUDE
48. Condenser Make-up Water pumps
49. Deaerator Make-up Water pumps
50. Screen Wash Pump for Traveling Band Screen
51. Start-up Lubricating Pump
52. Circulating Water Filling Pump
53. Water Treatment Plant (Demineralization Plant, Reverse Osmosis)
54. Service Air Compressors
55. Service Water Pumps
56. Condenser/Heat exchanger Ball cleaning system
57. Fuel Gas Scrubber and Receiving Station
58. Boiler Blowdown Drain Pit pumps
59. Fuel Oil metering Station
60. Boiler Yard Drain Pit
61. Fuel Oil House, HFO, Gas Oil, Metering Drain pit

32) COORDINATE WITH THE ELECTRICAL CONTROL ROOM FOR SYNCHRONIZATION AND SHUTDOWN OF THE UNIT (STEAM TURBINE/BOILER).

33) CLOSELY MONITORING THE QUALITY OF FEEDWATER THAT WILL BE UTILIZED FOR THE BOILER.

34) SHOULD FOLLOW OR OPERATE THE STEAM TURBINE WITH THE STANDARD STEAM QUALITY FOLLOWING THE MANUFACTURERS CRITERIA, e.g. STEAM PRESSURE , STEAM TEMPERATURE, STEAM QUALITY AND DRNESS.

35) RESPONSIBLE FOR THE PLANT PERFORMANCE AT MAXIMUM POWER GENERATION AT ECONOMICAL OPERATION AND 100% SAFETY.

36) RESPONSIBLE FOR THE GENERATION AND CONSUMPTION FOR THE PLANT OPERATION EFFICIENCY.

37) RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CHECKING AND CONTROLLING FOR ALL THE OPERATORS IN TAKING DAILY LOGSHEETS, LOGBOOK CONSUMPTION AND GENERATION.

38) STUDY AND MONITOR ALL THE PARAMETERS OR CHECK POINTS OF THE PLANt

39) RESPONSIBLE TO COORDINATE WITH THE MAINTENANCE GROUP BOTH ELECTRICAL, MECHANICAL, AND INSTRUMENTATION FOR ANY REPAIRS, CORRECTIONS AND TROUBLE SHOOTING.

40) CONDUCTING INTERLOCKING SEQUENCE FOR THE INDIVIDUAL SYSTEM FOR THE PLANT WITH THE HELP OF INSTRUMENTATION AND ELECTRICAL.

41) RESPONSIBLE TO COORDINATE WITH THE MAINTENANCE GROUP BOTH ELECTRICAL, MECHANICAL, AND INSTRUMENTATION FOR ANY REPAIRS, CORRECTIONS, AND TROUBLE SHOOTING.

42) CONDUCTING INTERLOCKING SEQUENCE FOR THE INDIVIDUAL SYSTEM FOR THE PLANT WITH THE HELP OF INSTRUMENTATION AND ELECTRICAL.

43) RESPONSIBLE FOR THE HOUSEKEEPING OF THE PLANT.

44) RENDERING ANY TASK GIVEN BY THE SUPERIOR THAT WILL PROSPER FOR THE ORGANIZATION.

45) DURING ACID CLEANING BOTH BOILER AND PRE-BOILER SYSTEM WILL HELP AND RESPONSIBLE FOR THE LINE ACID CLEANED.


NAME OF COMPANY: SAN CARLOS MLLING CO., INC.
SAN CARLOS CITY, NEGROS OCCIDENTAL
PHILIPPINES
POSITION: BOILER SUPERINTENDENT
POWER DIVISION
DATE: OCTOBER 20, 1993-OCTOBER, 1997

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

1) INITIATES AND IMPLEMENTS GUIDELINES OR SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CORRECT AND PROPER START-UP, ROUTINE OPERATION AND SHUTDOWN OF BOILER AND AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT FOR SAFETY, ECONOMIC, AND RELIABLE OPERATION.

2) FORMULATES LOGICAL PROCEDURES OF THE EQUIPMENT AFTER COMPLETION OF ANY REPAIR OR PMS AND ENFORCE STRICTLY GUIDELINES FOR SAFE OPERATION.

3) MONITORS AND COORDINATES WITH THE SUPERINTENDENT MAINTENANCE, ENGINEERING GROUP, POWER HOUSE, MILL DEPARTMENT AND REFINERY WITH RESPECT TO THEIR DAILY ACTIVITIES TO MINIMIZE DELAYED OUTAGE OF UNITS UNDERGOING REPAIR OR PMS ON THE CASE MAY BE.

4) INITIATES AND IMPLEMENTS THE ROUTINE CHECK-UP TESTING AND INSPECTION OF ALL MAJOR EQUIPMENT INTERLOCK TRIP SYSTEM. FORMALIZES THE METHOD OF TESTING OF A CERTAIN INTERLOCK YRIP SYSTEM ON A PARTICULAR UNIT DURING THE COURSE OF ITS OPERATION WITHOUT HAMPERING THE UNITS OPERATING PERFORMANCE IN CLOSE COORDINATION WITH THE SUPERINTENDENT MAINTENANCE, ENGINEERING GROUP, POWER HOUSE, BOILING HOUSE, MILL, AND REFINERY FOR THAT MATTER.

5) FORMULATES PROCEDURES IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF IMMEDIATE ACTIONS AND CORRECTIVE MEASURES IN THE EVENT OF CRITICAL CONDITIONS DURING EMERGENCY OPERATIONS AND FORMALIZES RETRAINING AND DRILL PRACTICES OF ALL OPERATORS THRU SIMULATIONS TEST IN CASE OF HIGH AND LOW BOILER WATER LEVEL, THE SYMPTOMS OR DIAGNOSTIC EVALUATIONS IN THE EVENT OF BOILER INSTRUMENT MALOPERATION.

6) INITIATES AND IMPLEMENT GUIDELINES THE EMERGENCY AND THAT BY ALL MEANS OPERATING STAFF, SHIFT ENGR’S, FOREMAN, MUST INITIATE ACTIONS THAT MUST BE FOLLOWED, AND CARRIED OUT CORRECTLY BY ALL OPERATORS IN CONFORMITY OF SAFETY IN OPERATION AND EQUIPMENT.

7) FORMULATES INTENSIVE ON THE JOB TRAINING, AND RETRAINING OF ALL OPERATORS BY THEIR RESPECTIVE OPERATION SHIFT ENGR’S. AND FOREMAN TO APPRAISE THE SKILL AND RESPONSIVENESS OF THE OPERATOR DURING EMERGENCY.

8) CONSOLIDATE AND EVALUATE REPORTS FROM HIS SHIFT ENGR’S., OPEARTION FOREMAN AND OPERATORS REGARDING THE ADDITIONAL TRAINING OF REFRESHER COURSE TO ALL OPE-
RATORS ON SUBJECT RELATED TO SAFETY AND ECONOMICAL OPERATION.

9) PREPARES YEARLY OPERATIONS BUDGET TO BE INCORPORATED TO THE WHOLE BUDGET OF THE POWER DIVISION.

10) ENFORCES STEAM PRODUCTION PLANS BASED ON FORECASTED PRODUCTION OF RAW AND REFINED SUGAR AGAINST THE AVAILABLE STEAM GENERATION.

11) REVIEWS AND ANTICIPATES LEVEL OF STEAM GENERATED, GENERATED, ENERGY DEMAND, AND SUPPLY CAPABILITY FOR A WEEK, MONTHLY OR ONE YEAR BY THE GIVEN ALLOTED COMPANY BUDGET.

12) INITIATES AND MAINTAINED SAN CARLOS MILLING CO.,INC. THE BOILER ‘’MAXIMA AND MINIMA OF BOILER WATER, CONDENSATE, FEEDWATER, COOLING WATER, AND SEA WATER CHEMISTRY’’ IMPLEMENTING SPECIFICALLY THE GUIDELINES.

13) COORDINATES WITH THE QUALITY ASSURANCE GROUP REGARDING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF BOILER TREATMENT AND CONTROL PROCEDURES TO INSURE THAT THE WATER CHEMISTRY ON THE VARIOUS WATER USING EQUIPMENT OF THE PLANT ARE CONTROLLED WITHIN THE ESTABLISHED PARAMETERS.

14) CLOSELY MONITOR AND COORDINATES WITH THE STOCK WAREHOUSE ON MATTERS RELATED TO FUEL REQUIREMENTS OF ALL SAN CARLOS MILLING CO., INC.,BOILER AND AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT WITH THE VIEW OF GIVING STEADY AND CONTINOUOS FUEL SUPPLY.

15) COORDINATES WITH THE SUPERINTENDENT MAINTENANCE AND ENGINEERING GROUP, PLANS AND INITIATE LOGICAL PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM OF ALL MAJOR AND ASSOCIATED AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT IN THE ENTIRE BOILER DEPARTMENT OF SAN CARLOS MILLING CO., INC.

16) COORDINATE WITH THE PERSONNEL INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS DEPARTMENT FOR THE DISCIPLINARY ACTIONS FOR ANY BOILER DEPT. PERSONNEL VIOLATORS OF COMPANY UNIFORM OF CODE CONDUCT AND DISCIPLINES.

17) NAME OF BOILER UNDER COMMAND OF RESPONSIBILTY:

( BOILER TYPE ) (OPERATING PRESSURE) (RATED CAPACITY)

A. WATER BENT TUBE STERLING 150 PSI (10.2 KGS/CM2 ) 80 TONS/HR
BABCOCK AND WILCOX CO.
B. WATER BENT TUBE FOSTER WHEELER LTD. 175 PSI (12.5 KGS/CM2)) 40 TONS/HR.
CANADA
C. WATER BENT TUBE BOILER 98.2 PSI (21 KGS/CM2 ) 40 TONS/HR.
KAWASAKI HEAVY INDUSTRIES LTD.
JAPAN
D. YOSHIMINE WATER TUBE BOILER 30 BARG 80 TONS/HR


NAME OF COMPANY: ATLAS CONSOLIDATED MINING AND DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
BO. DON ANDRES SORIANO, BARANGAY LUTOPAN
TOLEDO CITY, CEBU
PHILIPPINES

DATE: JANUARY 1982 – OCTOBER 1993

POSITION: OPERATION FOREMAN

DEPARTMENT: SANGI POWER STATION
SANGI, TOLEDO CITY
CEBU, PHILIPPINES




DUTIES AND RESONSIBILITIES


1. RESPONSIBLE FOR STEAM TURBINE THE PROPER OPERATION ON POWER DEMAND AND SAFETY
OF EQUIPMENT.

2. SUPERVISE/CONTROL THE STEAM TURBINE THE CORRECT STEAM REQUIREMENTS SUCH AS
STEAM TEMPERATURE, PRESURE, AND STEAM QUALITY.

3. SUPERVISE THE PROPER START-UP OF STEAM TURBINE EITHER ON HOT AND COLD START-UP.

4. SUPERVISE THE STEAM TURBINE AUXILIARIES SUCH AS CONDENSATE PUMP, CONDENSER
RECIRCULATING WATER PUMP, OIL PUMPS AND TURBINE OIL SYSTEM WHICH FOLLOWING THE
STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES OF THE OPERATION.

5. CHECK/TROUBLE SHOOT ABNORMALITIES ON VACUUM, SEALING STEAM, COOLING SYSTEM AT THE
GENERATOR, LEVELS AT CONDENSER HOTWELL.

6. SUPERVISE/OPERATE THE STEAM TURBINE AT MAXIMUM LOAD, ECONOMICALLY AND 100%
SAFETY.

7. COORDINATE WITH THE SHIFT ENGR. THE POWER AND LOAD SHEDDING REQUIREMENT FOR THE
WHOLE MINING OPERATION.

8. COORDINATE WITH LOAD DISPATCHING AND CONTROL ROOM SUPERVISOR ANY BOILER,STEAM
TURBINE UNITS AND AUXILIARIES THAT ARE OPERATING ABNORMALLY.

9. COORDINATE/CONTROL WITH THE CONTROL ROOM SUPERVISOR THE PROPER OPERATION OF
BOILER.

10. MONITOR AND CONTROL THE BOILER PROPERAND AUXILIARIES DURING THE COURSE OF
OPERATION.

11. COORDINATE WITH THE TURBINE FOREMAN THE AVAILABILITY OF SUPPLYING STEAM TO STEAM
TURBINE AGAINST DEMAND.

12. SUPERVISE THE PROPER SHUTDOWN AND START-UP OF BOILER WITHOUT AFFECTING THE
PRIORITY DEMAND AND IN SAFETY WAY.

13. RESPONSIBLE FOR THE BOILER OPERATION TO GENERATE MAXIMUM STEAM GENERATION.

14. COORDINATE/MONITOR TO MECHANICAL MAINTENANCE DURING PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE AND
REPAIRS OF BOILER, STEAM TURBINE AND AUXILIARIES.

15. INFORMED AND MAKE REPORT TO THE MAINTENANCE ANY EQUIPMENT BOTH BOILER AND
TURBINE DUE FOR MECHANICAL REPAIR.

16. RESPONSIBLE/SUPERVISE BOILER EQUIPMENT OPERATORS OF THEIR EQUIPMENT AND SAFETY
PROCEDURES.

17. RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY ABNORMALITIES OF BOILER EQUIPMENT DURING THE COURSE OF
OPERATION.

18. RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY SAFETY HAZARD AND HOUSEKEEPING.

19. CONDUCTING REGULAR ROUTINARY INSPECTION OF BOILER AND TURBINE AREA.

20. NAME OF EQUIPMENT UNDER RESPONSIBILITY:

TWO (2) UNITS ATMOSPHERIC FLUIDIZED BED COMBUSTION BOILER

MADE: VKW, WEST GERMANY
CAPACITY: 160 TONS/HR.
40 MW /UNIT
60 BARG
450 DEG. C – STEAM TEMPERATURE

STEAM TURBINE: ONE (1) 40 MW REGENERATIVE STEAM TURBINE (HITACHI, JAPAN)
ONE (1) 25 MW REGENERATIVE STEAM TURBINE (MHI, LTD, JAPAN)
TWO (2) 7 MW REGENERATIVE STEAM TURBINE (MHI, LTD, JAPAN)


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

EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

A. ELEMENTARY: SAN CARLOS MILLING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
SAN CARLOS CITY, NEGROS OCCIDENTAL
PHILIPPINES
(1964-1970)
ELEMENTARY GRADUATE


B. SECONDARY: COLEGIO de SANTO TOMAS RECOLETOS
SAN CARLOS CITY, NEGROS OCCIDENTAL
PHILIPPINES
(1970-1974)
HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE


C. COLLEGE: CEBU INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
CEBU CITY, CEBU
PHILIPPINES
(1974-1979)
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING GRADUATE


D. GOVERNMENT LICENSURE: REGISTERED MECHANICAL ENGNEER (RME)
DATE OF EXAMINATION – OCTOBER 1990
LICENSE NO. 0043826

ACTIVITIES

MEMBER …………………………PHILIPPINES SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS (PSME)
NEGROS OCCIDENTAL CHAPTER, BACOLOD CITY
NEGROS OCCIDENTAL, PHILIPPINES

SEMINARS ATTENDED

1.PRODUCTIVITY IMPROVEMENT CIRCLE (PIC)
Conducted by: Human Resource Development Specialist
Date: January 14-17, 1986
Place: ACMDC
DAS, TOLEDO CITY, CEBU
PHILIPPINES

2. TECHNICAL WATER TREATMENT SEMINAR
Conducted by: Dearborn Chemical Division
W.R. Grace (Phil.), Inc.
16 Cristobal St.,Paco, Metro Manila
Philippines
Date: December 17, 1985
Place: Sangi Power Station
Sangi, Toledo City, Cebu
Philippines

3. BASED PLANT PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE (The Shock Pulse Method of Bearing Damage Detection)
Conducted by: Uptown Industrial Sales, Inc.
Date: October 13, 1983
Place: Sugarland Hotel, Bacolod City
Negros Occidental, Philippines

4. BASIC AND ADVANCE HYDRAULIC SERVICE TRAINING
Conducted by: Aboitiz Marketing
Date: September 19-26, 1983
Place: Bacolod City, Negros Occidental
Philippines

5. TRAINING OF TRAINORS
Conducted by: ACMDC HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST
Date: December 8-24, 1987
Place: ACMDC Staff Club
Barrio Don Andres Soriano, Toledo City
Cebu, Philippines

6. SHELL LUBRICATION SEMINAR
Conducted by: Shell Oil Philippines Corporation
Date: July 16-17, 1987
Place: AFC Staff Clubhouse
Toledo City, Cebu
Philippines

7. MANAGERIAL EFFECTIVENESS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (MEDP)
Conducted by: ACMDC HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT UNIT
Date: August 14-18, 1990
Place: ACMDC Staff Club
Barrio Don Andres Soriano, Toledo City
Cebu, Philippines

8. COMPLETED THE COURSE OF BASIC COMPUTER CONCEPTS/BASIC LANGUAGE
Conducted by: Interface Computer Learning Center
Cebu City, Cebu
Philippines
Date of Graduation: June 23,1991
Number of hours completion: ninety (90) hrs.

9. FAILURE AND DAMAGE ANALYSIS
Conducted by: Mr. W.S. Araneta of Shell Oil Philippines Corporation
Date: July 23, 1987
Place; AFC Staff Clubhouse, Toledo City
Cebu, Philippines

10. ABB TECHNOLOGY SEMINAR
Conducted by: ASEA BROWN BOVERI
ABB POWER, INC.
Date: January 23, 1995
Place: Bacolod Convention Plaza Hotel
Bacolod City, Negros Occidental
Philippines

11. WATER TREATMENT AND SUGAR PROCESSING SEMINAR
Conducted by: Hundred Islands Multi Enterprises, Inc.
Date: June 26, 1997
Place: San Carlos Milling Co., Inc.
San Carlos City, Negros Occidental
Philippines

12. SEMINAR ON BOILER WATER TREATMENT/OPERATIONS/MAINTENANCE
Conducted by: Chemrock Chemicals, Inc. (Phil.)
Date: August 9, 1997
Place: San Carlos Milling Co.,Inc.
San Carlos City, Negros Occidental
Philippines

13. WORKBASED FIRST AID TRAINING
Conducted by: Life Care Consultants Ltd.
Date: July 12, 2007
Place: Downer Site office, Te Ohaaki Road, Waikato Region
Huntly, New Zealand

14. SEMINARS IN OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY,
AND WAC (WORK AUTHORITY) FOR GENESIS ENERGY
Conducted by: The Energy Trainers
Date: July 12, 2007
Place: Downer Site office, Te Ohaaki Road, Waikato Region
Huntly, New Zealand


15. SITE INDUCTION FOR GENESIS ENERGY
Conducted by: Robbie Watt (Genesis Energy)
Date: May 30, 2007
Place: Genesis Energy, Huntly office
Te Ohaaki Road, Waikato Region
Huntly, New Zealand


4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
Some in MS Word
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
Training in Thermal Power Generations
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]
Registered Mechanical Engineer given by PRC-Professional Regulation Commission given by Philippine Board of Mechanical Engineer


 

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