Shell Exploration & Production

Client side senior planner, Senior Cost Engineer, Planning & Risk Engineer, Shell Exploration & Production, Alaska portfolio

START Date: 
April, 2007
END Date: 
May, 2014

Project Controls Lead:   Worked closely with engineering disciplines to facilitate the gathering of data for schedules, budgets, and risk analysis.  Liaised with supply chain management, risk management, project management, and technology on a regular basis.  Attended upper management meetings for Cost and Schedule Reviews and presentations.  Also prepared and peer reviewed documentation for the Decision Gate process: DG1 Identify/Assess, DG2 Select, DG3 Define, FID, and DG4 Execute.  Prepared monthly reporting in Powerpoint for presentation to upper man

Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
10000
Experience Hours (Cost Management): 
13650

Subsea Planning Engineer, Shell Exploration & Production, Osprey Project

START Date: 
November, 1990
END Date: 
October, 1989

Responsible for the control of the programmes generated by the Subsea Mechanical, Umbilical and Controls contractors for the Osprey Project. The field was being produced by means of two subsea linear block manifolds fed by 6 individual production well-heads, serviced by 5 water injection well-heads controlled remotely via a single armour coated 7km umbilical containing 11 fluid and 4 quad electrical cores. 

Market Place

Primavera P6 and Microsoft Project books, on-line video training courses and training material available from an internationally recognised publisher and PMI accredited REP. Teach yourself using on-line or book based learning or run your own in-house or public PMI accredited courses.
See how the TIME - LOCATION - VIEW brings clearness to your work programmes
For 25+ years, APMX has been providing competency based project management training to Fortune 500 companies around the world, applying the principles of project based learning, designed to produce measurable results, generating a favorable “return on training investment”.
Syndicate content