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Control Room Operator
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]
Applying for Control Room Operator
2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]
Worked as an outside operator for 13 years at a Sour gas processing plant.
Worked as a lead Control room operator at both Sour and Sweet gas processing plants for 15 years ranging from 75 mmcf plant to 3 train TXP 400 mmcf plant.
Objective: Senior Plant Operator/Technician
1978 worked 6 months Trend construction building a gas processing plant (laborer, Welders helper)
1979 worked 1 year for Texas Oil and Gas corp. as a utility man (maintenance and loading gas transports)
1980-2002 I worked for Warren Pet. A division of Gulf Oil, Chevron, Dynegy Corp. for approximately 23 years. My position there was Engine Operator, Plant Operator.
Crested Butte Mountain Resort. My position there was maintenance Technician. Job duties include electrical wiring of motors, installing lights, Installing and wiring HVAC units, Plumbing and electrical troubleshooting of appliances, carpentry, repair Boilers and installation, pool heaters and pool filter maintenance, commercial laundry repair, ice machine repair.
2002-2005 Maintenance Manager for a 180 unit apartment community in Mesa Arizona, performing all aspects of Maintenance for the complex.
The Sweet Gas Processing Plant that I worked at for Texas Oil & Gas was located in Avinger TX and had a capacity of 100 mmcf Cryogenic Plant.
The Sour Gas Processing plants that I have operated had a capacity of 45 million cubic feet per day Cryogenic, NRU, Fractionator Warren Pet. Como TX Plant.
and 75 mmcf Plant (, Dynegy Lovington NM Saunders Plant)
2005- to present
I am working for WILLIAMS COMPANIES, INC. at the Echo Springs Plant as an Upgrade lead operator. I operate three TXP trains with a total capacity of 400 mmcfd
We have 8 solar turbines here in the plant and 5 Solar turbines in the field.
I perform all plant control here as the plant Lead Operator.
I operated a three fan cell cooling tower
11 gas compressors (Cooper Bessemer, Ingersolrand, White Superior, Clark, Waukeshau)
4 generators for plant power 2000 kilowatts capacity (Ingersolrand PSVG-13,PVG) Operated an amine gas treating system (MEA,GAS SPEC-CS1) Operated a (SRU) Sulfur Recovery Unit (Recycling Selectox, and Two Bed Claus) Operated a (NRU) Nitrogen Rejection Unit (Cold Fin Plate Exchangers) Pumped and monitored a Waste Water Disposal Well
Field Booster compression control and monitoring
Coordinate call outs for field booster trouble
Worked rotating shifts for 22 plus years
Daily plant production report
Residue gas flow control (Elpaso, NGPL)
Gas fired heaters and boilers
75 mmcf. Cryogenic Plant
Control Room Operator
Operated Plant by myself on 12 hr. rotating shifts
Iron Sponge gas treating
Plant safety and environmental inspections
Lab testing-boiler water samples, treated water samples amine testing
Gas Chromatograph, testing gas sample compositions
Pipelined all product to Mt. Belvue Fractionator
Operated a Fractionator, Propane, Butane and raw gasoline
Mole Sieve Dehydration
Worked 22+ without a lost time accident
Loaded and unloaded LNG transport trucks
Wonderware Control Operating System
Pipeline Operation and Pigging
Pipeline and well monitoring
Total flow metering and Circular flow charts
Pipeline Heaters and Salt bath heaters
3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]
Completed Industrial Fire training 3 times at Texas A&M
Education Graduated High School From Sulphur Springs Texas in 1978
Attended some college at East Texas State University
4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
Interests: Carpentry, computers, motorcycles, horseback riding, Hunting and camping
Special Training Industrial Fire Training at Texas A&M, went through this training three times.
Technical procedure writing
First Aid and CPR
Team Leader training (team concept)
Personal fall protection training
Fire Safety training
PPE (personal protection training) training
Electrical Safety training
Bloodborne Pathogens training
Confined Space Entry training
Work Order generation (Maximo, Empac)
Basic Skills Arch welding, cutting torch and pipe fitting
Plumbing PVC and copper piping (sweating Copper Pipe)
Electrical wiring such as installing fluorescent light fixtures, hot water heaters and dish washers
Automobile mechanic installing engines and transmissions
Water softener operation
Computer skills ¡V Word and Excel
Laying floor Tile
Rebuild and repair small engines such as lawn movers weed eaters, chainsaws
Work order generation (Maximo, Empac)
Small dozer operation
Professional Hunting Guide
Cement forming and finishing
Pouring foundations and sidewalks
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]