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PLANNING ENGINEER, Whessoe LGA Gas Technology, Dabhol LNG Project, Depa LNG Tankage Project, Kotri Barrage Rehabilitation Project, Hammerfest LNG Project

START Date: 
October, 1996
END Date: 
March, 2000
During my time at Whessoe, I was employed at the head office on both live contracts and tenders, using Primavera P3, Suretrak & Microsoft Project 98 computer systems, with supporting documentation produced using various Microsoft packages. In this time I have worked on design only projects, EPC projects, tenders and FEED studies.
Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
6500
Experience Hours (Cost Management): 
500

PLANNING ENGINEER, AMEC Capital Projects (Downstream Oil & Gas), BP CATS Valve Upgrade Project, Bathgate Gas Compressor Station New Works, Kings Lynn Gas Compressor Station Upgrade Project

START Date: 
March, 2000
END Date: 
July, 2003
During my time at AMEC I worked at both the Darlington office and various sites, on live contracts, tenders and FEED studies, using both Primavera P3 and Suretrak computer systems, with supporting documentation produced using various Microsoft packages in-line with the company’s CTR system. In this time I have worked on design, construction, EPC projects and shutdowns.
Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
6350
Experience Hours (Cost Management): 
500

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