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CV Expert Petroleum / Reservoir Engineer, Saudi Aramco, Dhahran, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia KSA

Expert Petroleum / Reservoir Engineer, Saudi Aramco, Dhahran, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia KSA

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CV/Resume ID no.: 93394

Location (Residence): Brunei, Brunei Darussalam
Citizenship: Brunei Darussalam
  Native: Malay Brunei Darussalam
  Other: English United Kingdom
Education & Experience: Work Authorization & Relocation:
  Masters in Petroleum Eng

Years of Experience: 28 years
Authorized to work in:
   Brunei Darussalam, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Thailand, Vietnam
Present Location:
   Saudi Arabia, Dhahran
   Anywhere (International)
Category Subcategory Ability Experience
Engineering Petroleum Experienced 39 years
Engineering Reservoir Experienced 39 years
CV/Resume Details
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]

I graduated with BSc (Mech Eng) and MSc (Petroleum Eng) from UK universities. After graduation I joined Brunei Shell in 1981 and worked in various Petroleum Engineering positions and capacities including wellsite PE, Stimulation Eng, oil & gas Production Technologist, oil & gas Reservoir Engineer, Production Optimisation/ Surveillance Eng., Team Leader, Section/ Division/ Department heads. I also worked as a Reservoir Engineer in PDO (Petroleum Development Oman), SPDC (Shell Petroleum Development Co) Nigeria and Petronas Carigali, Malaysia. Currently, 2009, I am working as a Petroleum Engineer in Saudi Aramco, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Some of my key achievements working in the oil and gas industries :-
• I increased a lot of reserves for the companies I worked in Brunei, Oman and Nigeria.
• I made a lot of production gains via well and reservoir managements and surveillance e.g. well stimulations, sidetracks, workovers, water/gas shutoffs, GOR optimization, oil rim management, etc.
• I made a lot of production and reserve increases for the companies through my work on many developments and redevelopments of fields/reservoirs.
• I proposed and implemented many projects to either increase production or save expenditure for the companies e.g. gas project, production optimization projects, producing-the-limit projects, OPEX reduction project, HSE accreditation, environmental audits, etc.
• I coached, as a mentor, many young engineers to progress in their careers.

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

2008 - 2009 : Petroleum Engineer, Cost Estimates & Economic Evaluation Unit (CE&EE), Reserves Assessment & Development Studies Division (RA&DSD), Production & Facilities Development Department (P&FDD), Petroleum Engineering, Saudi Aramco, Dhahran, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Training undertaken : - nil -
Role/Responsibilities : My role as a Petroleum Engineer involves in generating conceptual FDP’s, conducting economic evaluations of new projects (increments and expansions for two fields) and projects to maintain current potential, monitoring KPI’s for bench marking and training young Saudi graduate engineers to develop their careers.
I evaluated/assessed :
- two separate projects for A field : 300,000 bbl/d expansion with artificial lift (Arab Medium crude API 29-32); 600,000 bbl/d increment with water injection (Arab Heavy crude API <29).
- an expansion project of 100,000 bbl/d to develop different reservoirs (Arab Medium with H2S 9.4 Mole%) in Another Field.
- two separate projects to maintain current potential of A Field producing at 800,000 bbl/d (Arab Medium crude) and Another Field producing at 600,000 bbl/d (Arab Medium crude).
I compiled the KPI’s of oil majors for management.
I was involved in project ranking exercise for our Advisory Committee.
I am involved in testing new softwares (PEEP, QUESTOR) to be used for our economic evaluations and cost estimations.
I have been participating in various technical meetings/presentations/lectures organized by SPE KSA (Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Branch), DGS (Dhahran Geological Society), SAOGE (Saudi Arabia Oil & Gas Exhibition & Conference), MEOS (Middle East Oil & Gas Show & Conference).

2007 : Staff Reservoir Engineer, Baram Team, Petronas Carigali, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Training undertaken : Local course – Coaching Techniques (Bangi, Malaysia).
Role/Responsibilities : The role of Staff Reservoir Engineer in Baram Team involved in effectively leading the team to monitor, optimize, study and manage the oil fields in Baram and efficiently coaching young reservoir engineers to progress in their careers.
I studied and justified the gaslift gas supply project – gaslift gas supply from Baram Field (Malaysia) to lift wells in Fairley Baram Field (Brunei) which is a unitized field between Malaysia and Brunei.
I compiled the database for all the wells in Baram which was then used for well surveillance and production optimization; and managing the reservoirs. As a result, the team and I proposed and completed many well proposals for data collection (pressures, production), acid jobs, zone changes, gaslift valve change-outs, additional perforations, additional drainage points (workovers), water/ gas shutoffs, zonal abandonments, etc.
I reviewed the annual reserves updates for Baram Team – all reserves categories and in-placed volumes changes.
I reviewed the long term production forecast for Baram (including existing fields and new projects coming on stream in future).
I was involved in reviewing the productivity of Baram reservoirs and proposed to increase the recovery factors accordingly.
I was selected as one of the three Reservoir Engineering coaches in Petronas Carigali to coach young RE’s. 11 coachees from various teams were assigned to me. Jointly with other coach and Schlumberger, I designed the coaching programme – one to one coaching, group coaching, offshore programme, PVT lab, core storage visits.
I jointly with my coachees prepared technical presentations (BHP Survey Planning, Statistical Reserves Estimation For Well Proposal Justification In Mature Areas and Training for Reservoir Management and Surveillance Engineers) for Reservoir Engineering Technology workshop in Pahang, Malaysia. I was also selected to chair one of the technical sessions.
I initiated writing the paper on “Baram Production Enhancement Initiatives” for CAFEO-25, Cebu City, The Philippines.
I also participated in various technical meetings while in Petronas Carigali.

2005 – 2006 : Coordinators for Production System Optimisation, Producing the Limit, Technology, BSP Co Sdn Bhd.
Training undertaken : Local courses – BOSIET-Offshore Survival Package, The Business Of Production System Optimisation (Miri, Malaysia), Occupational Health For Supervisors, Permit To Work Auditor (PTW-4), The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People Programme.
Role/Responsibilities : The role of Coordinator for PSO/PtL and Technology involved coordination of production system optimization teams, planning of PtL activities and coordination of new technology/application for BSP.
I was responsible for the plans, coordination, execution and monitoring of the Production System Optimisation (PSO) and Producing the Limit (PtL) activities for the whole of BSP assets which were divided into four asset units (East, West, Darat and Hydrocarbon Processing).
I coordinated and planned PtL workshops for the fields in BSP which were used to identify any system constraints and potential activities which could generate more oil/gas production.
I was responsible to coordinate the (new) Technology/application for surface facilities (production and maintenance) for BSP. I compiled quarterly reports on the activities. I also contributed to the compilation of our regional BTM (Business Technology Mapping) which was coordinated from Malaysia.
I was responsible for HSE plans and activities in the Operation Production Maintenance Unit (OPM). I developed and published our HSE Plan and Matrix to be followed by our staff and contractors. I did regular monitoring of HSE activities and cascading of HSE information/issues.
I was involved in the coordination of monthly BSP production review for BSP management – analysis of production performances of oil and gas production and forecasts.
I participated as a programme committee member for the SPE Applied Technology Workshop on Project Management – Planning For Excellence in Shanghai, China. I assessed and selected potential participants. I chaired the technical session on Project Operation during the workshop.
As the PUJA representative in Kuala Belait I was responsible for coordinating & reviewing technical papers for CAFEO. I chaired technical sessions in CAFEO conference in Myanmar and Laos and CPD talks in Bandar Seri Begawan Brunei.

2003 – 2005 : Special Project/HSES – Hydrocarbon Processing Unit, BSP Co Sdn Bhd.
Training undertaken : Local courses – Managing Performance and & Non-Compliance, Life After Shell – Planning, Mid-Level Leadership Programme, Living With Dilemmas, IMPACT-Incident Owners; Oversea courses - Human Factor Personal Coach Sessions (Vancouver, Canada).
Role/Responsibilities: The role of Head of Special Project in Hydrocarbon Processing Unit involves coordinating and leading various teams to carry out specific tasks.
As the special Project Coordinator in Hydrocarbon Processing Unit I was responsible for achieving the ISO14001 certification for the unit efficiently. I led a team of engineers and technical assistants to develop our EMS (Environmental Management System) and EAR (Environmental Aspect Register). I carried out environmental awareness sessions and implemented many environmental directives/recommendations/trainings. I was also the lead auditor for environmental audits for our unit.
As a SAP implementation manager I led a group of staff to change our data system to the new SAP system. All our equipment/facilities tagging at various levels, project planning processes, procurement processes (ordering and verification) were successfully changed.
I led several workshops as a facilitator for Opportunity Framing to identify further opportunities for our unit.
I led a study teams on OPEX reduction and business improvement initiatives (ELAN) for our unit giving millions of dollars saving.
I was also the Mentor for young engineers for our Unit. I managed to coach many young engineers to write and present technical and conference papers at international events.
I successfully reviewed the whole company security set up and implemented almost all the recommendations as the result of the review before moving to my next job.
I chaired technical sessions in CAFEO conference and wrote a paper on environmental issues for CAFEO in Cambodia.

2002 – 2003 : Department Head Data Management/Gas Engineering, BSP Co Sdn Bhd.
Training undertaken: Local courses – Mentoring Workshop, Managing Organisation Stress, Managing Hazards, 1-Day Team Building, Incident Investigation, Defensive Driving, Mentors/Mentorees Forum, Motivational Skills.
Role/Responsibilities: The role of Department Head on Data Management/Gas Engineering involves managing the department activities in supporting the Petroleum Engineering communities and responsible for initial identification of gas for additional train for BLNG.
I was responsible in managing a department for gas forecast, oil forecast, reserves database, drilling sequence database, well proposal database, Petroleum Engineering resource planning and Business Planning contributions, monthly development reviews/reports, coordination of meetings with the Government shareholders.
I also handled a special big gas project with the objective to map the availability of the gas potential for the 6th train in BLNG and their possible evacuation routes/options. The completed study was presented to BSP management.

1995 – 2001 : Division Head Reservoir Engineering, BSP Co Sdn Bhd.
Training undertaken : Local courses – Team Building Workshop, MS Mail, Introduction to PowerPoint, Using NT Workstation Office 97, Initiating & Implementing, Brunei Shell Leadership, Strategic Planning Facilitation, Front Page/WEB, Microsoft Access For End Users; Oversea courses - Integrative Management Programme, Regional Management Skills (Malaysia),
Role/Responsibilities: The role of Reservoir Engineering Division Head involves managing a team of Reservoir Engineers and Technical Assistants to deliver reservoir studies for further field development and/or new fields and to assess and update the reservoir reserves.
As a Division Head I was responsible for reservoirs in Offshore West Asset e.g. S.W. Ampa, Fairley, Gannet, Egret fields – their reserve reviews/updates, reservoir development studies, field development plans, reservoir surveillance and production forecasts. I extensively coordinated the field development plans with the other Petroleum Engineering Disciplines, Front End Engineering, Economics and regular liaison with the Government Petroleum Unit.
I approved the completed Reservoir Development studies and FDPs for Egret, S.W.Ampa Blk-11, S.W.Ampa Main Field, gas optimization study, GOR review, Ampa/fairley redevelopment.
I wrote and presented a paper for CAFEO “Contributions Towards an Efficient, Innovative & Technology Driven Work Force”.

1994 – 1995 : Section Head Reservoir Operation & Production Technology, BSP Co Sdn Bhd.
Training undertaken: Local courses – All-in-1 (mail), HSE Awareness For Senior Staff, RISRES Introduction (reservoir engineering package); Oversea course - Business Evaluation (Malaysia); Shell Training Centre Holland – Reservoir Engineering Workshop, Maintaining Leading Edge For Petroleum Engineers.
Role/Responsibilities: The role of Reservoir Operation/Production Technology Section Head involves managing a team of Production Technologists, Reservoir Engineers and Technical Assistants in well surveillance and optimization, well completions/abandonments and managing developed ultimate recoveries of the wells.
I headed a Reservoir Operation & Production Technology Section focusing on the integration and enhancement of well and reservoir management activities. I was responsible for the biggest oil & gas field in Brunei i.e. S.W. Ampa. Almost all of the gas production in BSP is coming from this field. The gas is sent to BLNG for liquefaction and exported to Japan and Korea. I liaised with BLNG on production issues. We carried out well surveillance – continuously improving their productivities e.g. surveys for checking skins/PI for acidisation/ cleanout/ reperforation; zone changes for optimal production if watering out or gassing out; checking integrity of wells for communication, leaks, hazards; recompletions higher up zones; well optimization – checking the gaslift performance, commingling; surface facility optimization; input on production/completion string designs for new wells; support well test activities; developed reserves reviews and presentations to the Government Share holders.
We managed successfully the first installation of monobore completion & first horizontal well in S.W. Ampa.
I participated as a programme committee for SPE Technical Forum in Bali. I was a mentor to graduates/students sponsored by the company.

1991 – 1993: Section Head Reservoir Engineering (Nigeria), Shell Nigeria.
Training undertaken: Shell Training London (Lensbury) – Managing & Leading Others, Managing The Business.
Role/Responsibilities: The role of Reservoir Engineering Section Head involves managing a team of reservoir engineers and technical assistants to monitor, optimize and further develop the fields in the swamp areas.
As a Section Head I was responsible for the operation, development, reserves reviews of Northern and Southern Swamp Areas with > 40 producing fields, > 1000 reservoirs, > 500 wells, > 2MMM stb reserves e.g. Forcardos Yokri which was the largest field (250,000 bopd) in the Western Nigeria Operational Area (Warri), Agbaya, Atamba, Ajuju, Batan, EA, Odidi, Otumara, Afiesere, Oben, Jones Creek, Ubaleme, Olomoro-Oleh, Ughelli, Kokori, Ovhor, Ugbo, Okoporo, Opukushi, Afremo, Irigbo, Saghara, Egwa, Sapele, etc.
I led and supervised the operation of reservoirs & wells, reservoir surveillance, reserves reviews, field developments, Sapele horizontal well project, PVT tender evaluation, reservoir engineering audit, etc.
I managed to increase a lot of reserves for Shell Nigeria based on field reviews and studies and proposed further developments for the fields. As a result, Shell Nigeria gave a code 90 bonus as a reward of job well done. I also involved in deep well drilling for one of the exploration wells in the Seibou area.
I was also the mentor for young engineers in Nigeria.

1989 – 1991 : Section Head Reservoir Engineering, BSP Co Sdn Bhd.
Training undertaken: Local courses - Staff Report Writing, Offshore Survival Package, Quality Improvement Services-Juran, Interviewing Techniques, 1-Day Planning Course, Project Scheduler-4; Oversea courses - Integrated Business Performance (Malaysia); Shell Training Centre Holland – Production Technology For Others, Production Geology For Others, Petrophysics For Others.
Role/Responsibilities: The role of Reservoir Engineering Section Head involves managing a team of reservoir engineers and technical assistants to monitor, optimize and further develop the fields in Darat Asset Unit (On-shore).
I led a team of reservoir engineers in a Reservoir Engineering Section for Onshore fields. I was responsible for further development of Seria Field, Tali Field and Rasau Field. Seria Field has been producing since 1929. Under my direction, guidance and approval, my team executed brown field activities like abandonment, appraisal drillings/completions, well optimization, water flooding in parts of the field (RE*A), chemical injection trial, surveillance/maintenance of beam pumped wells & gaslifted wells, monitoring subsidence of the fields and updating reserves. I proposed further development activities for newly found Rasau field which had layered small sandstone reservoirs. I made proposals on how best to develop Tali Field which is located at a shallow water depth near Seria shoreline.

1986 – 1988: Reservoir Engineer (Sultanate of Oman), PD Oman.
Training undertaken: Oversea courses - MATRA – Management Training (Fountainblue, France).
Role/Responsibilities: The role of Reservoir Engineer involves managing the oil and gas reservoirs for optimal production and planning for their further development.
I was responsible for the development and performance of fields in Central Oman consisting of sandstone and fractured/non-fractured carbonate reservoirs. I was tasked to do well proposals for further development of the fields, to monitor the drilling and logging activities across the reservoirs of interest and to collect the necessary reservoir data. I was in-charged of the fields like Qarn Alam, Saih Nehada, Saih Rawl, Burhan, Anzauz, Ghaba North, Mahjour, Habur, Al-Ghubar, Barik, etc. Saih Rawl - I got the opportunity to monitor one of the first horizontal wells in Oman; Saih Nehada – I did the reservoir studies and managed to propose, execute and produce one of the highest producing wells in Oman (>1000 m3/d oil) during that time; Qarn Alam and Ghaba North – I did the surveillance study of these gas-oil gravity drainage reservoirs. I also successfully managed to become the top reservoir engineer in achieving the highest reserves increase for Petroleum Development Oman during my posting in Oman.

1984 – 1986 : Gas Engineer/Production Technologist/Gas Reservoir Engineer, BSP Co Sdn Bhd.
Training undertaken: Local courses - Project Management, Human Factors-Innovative & Critical Thinking; Shell Training Centre, Holland - Reservoir Engineering For Others; Oversea courses - Basic Campbell Gas Conditioning (Scotland).
Role/Responsibilities: The role of Gas Engineer/Production Technologist/Gas Reservoir Engineer involves in gas well/reservoir surveillance, optimization, designing new gas well completions, forecasting gas potential and heating values and development of gas fields.
As the Gas Engineer/Production Technologist, I reviewed all the gas wells in BSP with the aim to improve production by performance monitoring and analysis. I did the planning, well proposals and executing damaged/ problematic gas wells for rigs and stimulation barge activities and wireline activities - among others production priorities, monthly short term gas availability forecasts, gas heating value & condensate production prediction, data preparation for L.T. production & compression forecasts and gas sales, key well listing for BHP surveys, kinley caliper programmes, loggings including cement bond logs, PTL for checking flow contributions, acidisation (I proposed and carried out the first gas well acidisation in Brunei), reperforations, sand cleanouts, lifting liquid loaded wells.
As the Gas Reservoir Engineer responsible for S.W. Ampa Southern Area & Gannet fields - I worked as the Gas forecast coordinator for whole BSP company, produced gas forecast user guide, studied on gascap blowdown effect on oil recovery, reviewed gas recovery factors, monitored and contributed to activities for exploration, appraisal, development gas wells for S.W. Ampa and Gannet.
Other tasks: I was also the Focal Point for university graduates/students sponsored by BSP and Computer application & supports for our Petroleum Engineering Function.

1982 – 1984 : Operation Liaison Engineer, BSP Co Sdn Bhd.
Training undertaken: Local courses - Interpersonal effectiveness.
Role/Responsibilities: The role of Operation Liaison Engineer involves coordination, management and implementation of the stimulation vessel activities for oil and gas fields Offshore Brunei.
I was in-charged of a stimulation vessel. I did the planning of its movement, chemicals, nitrogen & equipment for offshore fields. I wrote the proposals and for the vessel to execute matrix acidisation jobs, scale/sand clean outs, sand consolidation, kick-off/nitrogen lifting, fishing, production testings of isolated wells, back flush water injectors, production logging for production splits & finding tubing leaks, additional perforations, gaslift valves change-outs, cementing/abandoning zones/ completions etc. I compiled the results and did the postmortem of each job and presented to management. I wrote an SPE paper on well stimulation activities.

1981 – 1982 : Wellsite Petroleum Engineer, BSP Co Sdn Bhd.
Training undertaken: Local courses - Induction course, HSE; Intensive training taken in Shell Training Centre Holland - Description of sediments, Production chemistry, Drilling/Production Technology Engineering, Petrophysical Engineering, Production geology, Profitability analysis, Reservoir engineering, Production economics.
Role/Responsibilities: The role of a Wellsite Petroleum Engineer involves coordination of all petroleum engineering activities and as the on-site company representative on rigs.
I started work with BSP on 20/1/1981. I worked on shift system 7 days on and 7 days off for offshore and onshore drilling activities as the BSP company representative on the rigs besides in-charged of mud system, wireline logging activities, completion/workover/abandoning activities, coiled tubing activities, acid stimulation activities, material logistics and safety. I did all the necessary reporting back to BSP head office.

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

Graduated in :
BSc Mechanical Eng (Hons 1st Class), UMIST, Manchester, UK;
MSc Petroleum Eng, Imperial College of Science and Technology, University of London, UK.

4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
RE suite : Mat Bal, FORECAST, etc.
Office suite : Excel, Power Pt, etc.
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
Mentoring/training of young engineers
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]
I can be made available in short notice.


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Expert Petroleum / Reservoir Engineer, Saudi Aramco, Dhahran, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia KSA
CV/Resume ID no.: 93394

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