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Senior Planner, Cargill, Production Capacity Increase L1 & L2

START Date: 
August, 2017

Planning Manager responsible for development of Master Programmes for several projects running concurrently. Liaising with Client and Senior Team members to develop scope and integrate into Master Programme. S-Curve analysis, project tracking, programme updates and amendments. Rescheduling, identification & analysis of critical path and recommendations to target CP tasks in order to meet original target end date.

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Senior manager planning, Nagarjuna construction company., 2x660 mw Coal fired thermal power project

START Date: 
January, 2000

10 years experiance in coal power industry  and worked in dubai in combined cycle also

Senior Planner, Mott MacDonald, Mott MacDonald Oil & Gas projects

START Date: 
December, 2008
END Date: 
March, 2010

Project Description

Working within MM's Oil & Gas Division, I worked on a number of O&G projects and tenders. Key projects included: New fuel depot qwith 27km supply pipeline for Kuwait City Airport, Innovative gas storage solution utilising depleted gas fields in Italy, and a 1,000km+ corss-country oil pipeline in Africa. 

Role & Responsibilities

Senior Planner within MM's Oil & Gas UK division, my responsibilities varied with each client and project, but included:

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