CV Roughneck/Roustabout - ROV Tech with 21 hours flying inspection class rov systems
Roughneck/Roustabout - ROV Tech with 21 hours flying inspection class rov systems
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Location (Residence): kinmel bay, United Kingdom Citizenship:United Kingdom
English United Kingdom Other:
Education & Experience:
Work Authorization & Relocation:
Vocational in engineering Years of Experience:
Authorized to work in: European Union, UK (in particular) Present Location: UK, Kinmel Bay Relocation: Anywhere (International)
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]
Dear Sir /Madam
With several years experience in the oil and gas industry as a Roughneck/Roustabout, I am seeking to return to employment following the end of a recent contract. Enthusiastic and dedicated, I can also offer willingness to train for new skills and the ability to work as part of a team. I am available for interview at your convenience and have enclosed a copy of my CV.
2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]
Description of my work in oil and gas industry offshore and onshore
Here is a list of courses I took as a roughneck which I cannot get copies of certs for due to them being held by my previous employer these are.
Slinger and Banksmans Ticket
National Safety Group Passport Which I have card for
Fire fighting Certificate same as with offshore survival
Manual handling certificate
Working at heights certificate
Working in confined spaces certificate
These are all held by Mr Kevin Simpson at British Drilling and Freezing
Details of work as Roughneck
Duties included preparation of drillfloor for work this included the checking of all rig tools for defects the greasing or oiling of all mechanised equipment for eg the rotary table,block,elevators,working tongs and then checks of all winchlines and of the mast
Making sure shackles are all in place and have split pins or nappy pins to make sure
Nothing rattles apart also grease the wheels in the crows nest at top of derrick and check the derrick mans landing and monkey board,
The checking of high pressure lines from pumps to swivel on the drill block upto 3000psi replacing and fixing any pipework that fails the test.
Preparation of the pumps for drilling checking all piston swabs are in good condition
Checking of packings in motors make sure all in line filters are clear make sure engine services have been done by mechanic
Preparation of mud tanks ready for drilling making sure correct amount of fluids are in tanks all required chemicals are in place ph and weight test kits are ready for all
Mud weights tests and visual tests
Working the drill floor making connections of drill pipe as the hole is drilled taking measurements of all drill pipe for driller so we can work out the depth of drill bit as we go into hole when the hole is of a certain depth some casing will be cemented into the ground this will be done by an offshore specialist company like weatherford and be cemented in by the likes of Halliburton it being my job to assist in these operations
I think this is relavant knowledge for rov work as I have seen this done on land and I understand that offshore the rov is sent down to oversea these operations of when casing is put in place and cemented checking for cement coming to surface
Then after this has gone off the bop will be put in place with the help of the rov
Offshore watching divers as the bop is aligned its also the same onshore but
Obviously it can be viewed by eye then you have the putting in of the vx and ax rings
And the connection of the riser to the drill floor and the bypass to the mud and shale
Shakers on top of the fluid tanks, then the real drilling begins for the gas or oil with
The bop in place to prevent any blow outs during this time of constant drilling there
Are continuous checks of pressures and fluid viscosities to make sure the drill works?
To Full efficiency.
Once drilled casing will be run in to the required depth cemented were needed and
Then test will be done on the well to test if it is going to produce these will be done
Over a few weeks usually by an offshore company like Halliburton or schlumberger
With wire line tooling and bops built specially to take this tooling once done the well
Head will be capped after the bops have been removed ready for production.
3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]
Recently spent 2 months in the phillipines training with rovs these courses are recognised to imca standards for level 2 rov pilot technician
trained as roughneck/roustabout with various courses from h2s to slinger banksman in the last 5 years
in houses trained cnc operator toolsetterprevious to working as roughneck various nvq qualifications for industry
btec engineering 2 years
4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
no real computer qualifications but have a very good background in computers from my cnc days to present within rov
have good knowledge of all ms applications and i am a quick learner
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
i have 21 hours flying inspection class rov systems
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]