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Experience: 11 years
Relocation: Yes - Internationally
A challenging and fulfilling career in the field of Oil and gas
Total 10 years experience as Electrical Technician
Currently working as an Electrical Technician in M/S. Adnoc Distribution, Abu Dhabi, UAE, since 15th July 2000.
Worked in M/S Napco Consumer Product Co. at Dhammam,
K.S.A , as an Electrical Technician for the period from September1997
to November 1999.
Worked in M/S. Poyanil Rabber Industries, as an Industrial
Electrician for the period from April 1996 to July 1997.
Completed one year Apprentice Training in Hindustan Newsprint Limited at Mevelloor,kottayam, kerala from the period of February 1995 to March 1996.
Worked with M/S. Murinical Brothers Kottayam, Kerala, as an Electrician for the period from March 1994 to January 1995.
Passed Secondary School Leaving Certificate, Kerala
Completed Pre Degree from Mahatma Gandhi University, Kerala
Passed Electrical Trade Training (N.C.V.T) with 70 %, Kerala, India
COMPUTER LITERACY - MS-Office 2000
TRAINING PROGRAMS / SEMINARS ATTENTED:
Switching protection, Distribution, operation and maintenance of Low Voltage Switch Gears from Siemens.
Electrical Equipment in Hazardous Atmosphere from National Consulting Bureau.
Uninterruptible Power Supply system implementation and maintenance course from Gutor Electricals Ltd.
Programming and configuration of Motor Manager, Feeder Manager and Power Quality Meter from Switch gear And Instrumentation Ltd.
Maintenance and commissioning course of Rotork IQ range valve Actuators from Rotork Controls Ltd.
Attended various training programs conducted by ADNOC HSE department.
Attended various ISO orientation programs.
Oil Treating & Refining
Surge Vessel - Bladder Type
Surge Vessel - Compressor Type
Surge Vessel - PAA Type
Oil & Gas Companies
Transport of Hydrocarbons
Ecological & Environmental
Oil and Gas Pipeline
Health, Safety and Environment
Oil Field Services