Planner / Scheduler, BP, Pipeline Renewal Project

START Date: 
January, 2006
END Date: 
October, 2007

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Turner and Townsend Energy                                                                    January 2006 – October 2007

Pipeline Renewal Program                               

BP Exploration Alaska                                                               

Prudhoe Bay, Alaska                                                             

Field Project Controls

 

Responsible for developing and maintaining project schedule in conjunction with office support personnel based in Anchorage.  Active monitoring and reporting of contractor schedule.  Inputting data into P6 to build and develop a detailed schedule and maintaining the schedule to show the current progress as well as identify and mitigate critical path issues.

              

BP Mad Dog Spar                                                                     

Westlake 4 Houston, TX and GC 782                                                 

ISSOW Coordinator (Control of Work)

 

My responsibilities were to assist in the planning and scheduling of the 2006 shut in (T.A.R) which would involve the addition of a gas lift skid and a 120k de-bottlenecking scope of work.  I was required to attend meetings and give input as to the direction, timing and workability of the project from acquisition of materials through fabrication, construction, offshore installation and finally the commissioning phase.  Additionally I was involved with the review of the engineering documents and development of field related work packs.  Each task was reviewed by me from a HSE standpoint as I generated the approved permit to work (ISSOW – Integrated Safe System of Work).  I was involved with acquiring service contractors and scheduling their scope and man power requirements to meet our deadline with daily POB challenges.  My SIMOPS duties included interface between drilling operations and production and marine operations to avoid any SIMOPS conflicts.