my back ground comes from within the Oil and Gas sector, an area of natural resource recovery in which I have gained extensive experience in two main facets. Firstly my core discipline is mechanical and secondly in operations.
Production Technician December 2005- Present Husky Energy White Rose (FPSO)
•Responsible for the daily production aboard the FPSO approximately 100,000 barrels per day • •Monitoring production systems. •Maintaining hydraulic equipment and oil injection to turret swivels. •Operate facilities in a responsible manner to ensure the safety of personnel, protection of the environment and equipment complying with all Total Loss Management Standards and Guidelines •Ensure compliance with all company and government regulations •Monitor equipment and initiate repairs, or requests for repairs •Prepare equipment in a safe efficient manner for maintenance activities •Monitor field operations via SCADA (real-time and trends) •Identify opportunities for improvemen •Housekeeping and minor maintenance
Mechanical/ Production Commissioning Lead : March 2004-November 2005 Husky Energy White Rose Project (FPSO)
•Acted as the Husky Energy’s site representative in the Installation and commissioning of: Mechanical Equipment and Process Systems on the White Rose (FPSO) Project •Overseeing the installation, commissioning and start up of the following rotating equipment: Weir water injection pumps Vacuum pumps and the associated equipment Centrifugal crude oil pumps Cooling and heat medium pumps, Chemical injection pumps Siemens-Demag multi stage Compressors 3- 28MW Rolls Royce RB211 gas turbines •Checking the completion of each system before handover i.e. punch lists on the systems. •Performing Vibration monitoring and alignment checks •Start up and monitoring of the process systems.
Lead Maintenance Mechanic: May 1990- February 2004 Nova Scotia Power, Inc., New Waterford, Nova Scotia •Lead mechanic on the rebuilds of major equipment Responsible for the maintenance, troubleshooting and rebuilding four 150 Megawatt Steam Turbine units. •Perform PM inspections of all plant equipment including centrifugal pumps, hydraulic systems, belt and chain drives, and compressors. •Use computer maintenance tracking programs for parts ordering and tracking work orders Such as MPC, JD Edwards and Oracle. Construction Millwright: June 1985- January 1990 February 1991- February 1993
University College of Cape Breton, Sydney, NS: 1992-93 Certified Mobile Crane Operator Inter-Provincial Red Seal
Stationary Engineer Fourth Class Inter-Provincial Red Seal
University College of Cape Breton, Sydney, NS: 1985-86 Industrial Mechanic Journeyman Inter-Provincial Red Seal
Saint Michaels Sr. High, Glace Bay, NS: 1980-1983 Grade 12 Academic Diploma
•Basic Survival Training •Marine Emergency Duties A1 •Offshore Fire team •H2S Alive •ODL Operations Competency Training in Gas Compression, Gas Turbines, Fuel Gas, Cooling and Heat Medium, Glycol regeneration, Oil Separation Gas Lift and Gas Injection, Chemical Injection and Water Injection •Computer Aid Drafting Auto-cad 14 •Vibration Analysis IRD & NDT Testing •Nova Scotia Construction Rigging Course •Arc Welding •Hydraulic System Analyst •W.H.M.I.S. •Forklift Safety •First Aid, CPR & Deliberator Training •Confined Space Rescue •Safe Work Permit Course •Laser Alignment