SENIOR PROJECT ENGINEER WITH PROCESS AND MECHANICAL BACKGROUND.
7127 Glenwood Dr., Sugar Land, Texas 77479, 832-814-3657 email@example.com
VERSATILE, RESULTS ORIENTED ENGINEERING PROFESSIONAL WITH EXTENSIVE PROJECT, ENGINEERING AND COMMERCIAL EXPERIENCE
IN THE ENERGY AND PETROCHEMICAL INDUSTRIES. FLUENT IN ENGLISH, PORTUGUESE, SPANISH WITH A REPUTATION FOR
SUCCESSFUL RESULTS IN CROSS-CULTURAL ENVIRONMENTS, NEW TECHNOLOGY IMPLEMENTATION, STRATEGIC PLANNING, PROCESS
DESIGN, TECHNICAL-COMMERCIAL FEASIBILITY STUDIES AND SAFETY. I ENJOY BUILDING. ALL PROJECT PHASES.
Fields of Experience include energy, petrochemical, refinery, IGCC power, LNG, Onshore/Offshore O&G.
PROJECT ENGINEERING MANAGER/PROJECT MANAGER
BECHTEL CORP. (2006-2009) Project Manager for Bechtel-Jacobs Joint Venture for Heat Tracing and
Insulation, $300MM, for the Motiva (SHELL/SAUDI ARAMCO) CEP Crude Expansion Project, Port Arthur,
TX a 625,000 BPD $9 BIL. Refinery project.
Project Engineering Manager for Bechtel’s $12 BIL. BRASS LNG, NIGERIA. Bechtel’s lead coordinator for
Fluor’s paid proposal-study for the LNG Subsea cryogenic Offshore pipelines design ($100MM+)
Project Engineering Manager for the Early Works and OSBL ($330MM) for the Bechtel-Jacobs Joint
Venture for Motiva(SHELL/SAUDI ARAMCO) Crude Expansion Project, Port Arthur 625,000 BPD Refinery
Project Engineering Manager for BECHTEL’S GASIFICATION Project Development Center in the
Houston office. Participated at the conceptual level in the process configuration of IGCC and polygen
facilities ($2Bil. +) and prepared study proposals as part of an ongoing alliance with GENERAL
ELECTRIC. Projects included the Taylorville 600 MW IGCC plant, the Energy North West 600 MW IGCC
plant, and the Kingbird polygen 6,500 tonne/day pet coke project.
CONTRACTS ADMINISTRATOR/PROJECT ENGINEER
CHEVRON INTERNATIONAL EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION (2002-2005)
Responsible for preparing the bid package commercial terms for the flare and relief modifications (FARM)
project and coordinating the technical section with AMEC Paragon. Participated in facilitated peer reviews
and risk evaluation assessment reviews for Angolan Onshore at TECHNIP. Responsible for change
management for the Nigerian GTL multi-billion dollar EPC contracts at KBR.
PROJECT DEVELOPMENT MANAGER
CHEVRONTEXACO WORLDWIDE POWER & GASIFICATION, Houston, TX. 1998 –2002
Originated equity Gasification jobs for more than $500 MM CAPEX.
Prioritized and defined marketing strategy in Latin America by performing a Survey and creating a
Marketing Analysis Data booklet utilized by the Gasification division to prioritize and define marketing
strategy in Latin America.
Prepared numerous technical-commercial Budgetary Proposals with a result being the selection of a 330
MW integrated Gasification and Combined Cycle Cogen Power facility (IGCC).
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Exceeded formal corporate expectations from a single to multiple countries by identifying multiple new
markets, investment and license opportunities for the development of the Latin America region.
Conducted a feasibility analysis on the alternate use of Orimulsion and Pet coke as a Gasification
Created an evaluation study consisting of engineering and economical analysis of a modularized Gasifier
concept. Study highlighted required project costs, economic variable sensitivities, and included a
Caribbean and Central American market analysis, helping redirect resources to higher return projects.
Marketed and sold a paid for technical-commercial feasibility study defining final configuration and
proposed $400 MM facility while establishing the economic parameters of the investment.
Identified and defined initial scope of IGCC projects, completing formal presentations to blue-chip
prospects in Mexico, the Caribbean, and South America, in order to sell ideas to consortium by mitigating
risk and justifying good economics.
Developed and implemented a formal process for other Business Originators to interactively work with
existing linear programming models and economic and financial models to scope and determine the
optimal configuration and interfaces of integrated Refinery, Gasification and waste units.
PROJECT COMMERCIAL ENGINEER AND COUNTRY MANAGER
BLACK & VEATCH, Kansas City, São Paulo, Brazil 1996 – 1998
Developed Business and Start Up plans, designed overall strategic direction and headed the start-up of
the South Cone Brazilian subsidiary for BLACK & VEATCH, LLP contributing $1.8 MM net income to
Managed commercial and engineering aspect of a number of power projects: Prepared the proposals for a
450 MW, 2x1 combined cycle power plant. Atacama, Chile, for a 150 MW power plant. ENRON Cuiabá
,Brazil, a power plant based on BAGASSE fuel, Brazil Bagasse, Brazil, a 180 MW CFB power plant. GAN,
México, Combined Cycle Power Station. Responsible for major item for the balance of plant EPC
deliverables for the 412 MW Rousch Power Stations. Rousch, Pakistan. Owner's Representative for the
LIGHT COMPANY of Rio de Janeiro. Responsible for Commercial definitions and RFP coordination for
the 50 MW Santa Branca and 180 MW Ilha dos Pombos Hydroelectric Power Stations. Brazil.
AJR ENGINEERING & ASSOCIATES, INC., Houston, Texas 1993 – 1996
Consulting company for Utilities, Environmental and joint venture power projects with revenues of $1 MM
built on virtual network of first-class associates.
SENIOR ENGINEER SPECIALIST
DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY, Houston, Texas
400 MW Combined Cycle Cogen Power Station, Oyster Creek, Texas 1992 – 1993
Team leader for engineering, procurement, and construction of all offsite facilities. Participated in the
conceptual design, P&ID development, operating and Hazops reviews, prepared estimates, schedules,
and conducted work force forecasts for the $1.3 billion VCM and Ethylene projects. Participated in the
mechanical and electrical design; also the electrical line-up. Defined the construction bid packets scope;
prepared estimate and conceptual schedule, in order to anticipate the availability, and expected cost of
labor, conducted labor forecasts per craft for a $1.3 billion site.
Styrenic Block Copolymer Plant, DOW CHEMICAL, Plaquemine, Louisiana 1988 – 1992
Directed team that performed engineering, design and procurement of equipment for a new technology
Process. Included P&ID development operating and Hazops reviews, Utilities, boilers, cooling Tower, flare
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and water treatment. Developed, planned, and supervised checkout, inspection and commissioning
procedures for this first joint venture with EXXON. Received four awards for the four-year project. The
DEXCO Vector SBC Train I and Train II projects, worth approximately $70MM, on schedule, within budget,
and completed 30% faster than comparable facilities. Helped establish DEXCO, the first Dow-Exxon joint
venture successfully, breaking into the Shell virtual monopoly for Styrenic Elastomeric Copolymers and
gaining 20% market share. Project Controls: Developed a Cost Control Procedure for tracking and
forecasting all expenditures and commitments. Supervised construction and project controls including
planning, man loading, estimating, and change orders. Received the following awards: 1990 Engineering
and Construction Services Engineering Excellence Award for Train I, 1991 Louisiana Division Engineering
Excellence Award for Train II, 1990 Technology Center Award, for contribution in the development and
implementation of the SIS (Styrene- Isoprene- Styrene) new technology, and the 1991 Future Award,
DOW CHEMICAL'S most prestigious business award, for contribution in establishing the new business
PROCESS AND PRODUCTION ENGINEER
Propylene Oxide Unit, grassroots, Aratú, Brazil and Freeport, Texas
Unit engineer responsible for design, construction, checkout, operator training, and start-up of a grassroots
$70 MM Propylene Oxide and Propylene Glycol Di and Tri glycol facility. I was responsible for the Process
and mechanical design, P&ID development, including operating and Hazops reviews, construction,
checkout, training and start-up of a grassroots Propylene Oxide unit via Chlorohydrin process, including
Caustic and Lime Handling, Utilities, boilers, cooling Tower and water treatment.
PROCESS AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERING GROUP MANAGER
CDI CORPORATION, Houston, Texas 1984 – 1988
Executed numerous s design for UNION CARBIDE LDPE and the world largest EDC furnace and PVC
resin facility for vista chemical allowing the company to add 10% extra profits to the company's ’87 overall
PROCESS & MECHANICAL LEAD ENGINEER
PVC Resin Facility Aberdeen Mississippi 1987-1988
Lead a team for all Process and mechanical engineering to build two PVC Resin related facilities for
VISTA CHEMICAL COMPANY. Included Process, Mechanical, and Material Handling equipment Design.
Responsible for design and evaluation of the new world largest EDC furnace for VISTA CHEMICAL
Corpus Christi, TX 1985 to 1986
US NAVAL AIR STATION
Designed and specified emergency generator and associated new bus and transformer for the airport
facility, Completed all estimating and scheduling
Seadrift, TX 1984 to 1985
High Density Polyethylene Material handling and Bagging Plant. Performed Management, process, P&ID
development, and mechanical engineering for UNION CARBIDE.
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PROJECT ENGINEER, COAL GASIFICATION
GREAT PLAINS GASIFICATION, Beulah, North Dakota 1983 – 1984
Performed process inspection and checkout for $2.4 billion synthetic gas site common areas and off
sites. . Included Process, Mechanical, and Coal Material Handling, Utilities, boilers, Cooling Tower, and
Bachelor of Science Chemical Engineering, University of Buenos Aires
CPDEP Work Ethics Diversity
Financial Statements, Financial Analysis, Applied Gasification
Accounting Forecasting & Valuation Design Modeling
Corporate Conduct. Business Safety Awareness Compliance And Ethics
Management Essentials Investing Beyond The Basics Managing Work Stress
Managing Performance SPC/SQC Techniques Quality Performance
Constructibility Managing Interpersonal Situational Awareness
Facilitative Leadership Presentation Skills Capital Project Mngmnt
Situational Leadership Contract Administration Communications
Cost Control Estimating Teamwork
PROJECT EXECUTION FORMAL TRAINING
I was certified in 1999 in Dow Chemical's Project Management procedure consisting of a six phase
approach to project development and execution. My participation was as follows: $170MM Co-Polymer
facility: Participated in Phase 2 and 6(Start-Up), and was the Lead Engineer for phases 3 through 5, and a
$ 1.3 billion Ethylene, VCM, 400MW facility: Lead engineer for the $ 400 MM Power plant and $180 MM
off site Phase 2, 3, 4 (eng) and 5(const). I completed formal Chevron’s CPDEP training in 2000 and
participated as a contractor in the following CPDEP projects from 2003-2006: Contracts
Administrator/Project Engineer for Chevron International Exploration and Production at AMEC Paragon for
the Flare and Relief Modifications (FARM) project. Phase 4, Contracts Administrator/Project Engineer
Angolan Malongo Onshore for CIEP at TECHNIP. Phases 3 and 4 and, Contracts Administrator/Project
Engineer change order processing for CIEP Nigerian Escravos GTL multi-billion dollar EPC contract at
KBR Phase 4.
REFERENCES: Available upon request
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