GRAHAM PETERSON CURRICULUM VITAE
Name: Graham C Peterson
Address: 55 Marchbank Drive, Balerno, Midlothian EH14 7ER
Tel: 0131 449 4260 Email: email@example.com
Previous and Present Employment
Petrofac – Kittiwake A Nov 05 to Present
Carry out planned and remedial work on Oil and Gas fiscal and allocation metering systems.
Produce first-line mismeasurement reports and liaise with onshore engineer. Recommend and
implement improvements to the systems. Maintain the Kims and K-Trac programmes. Carry out
planned and remedial work on all production, utility, fire and gas, and ESD systems. I recently
proposed a solution to audit issues related to temperature which was adopted and the resultant
lagging campaign resolved auditor concerns. I am coach and mentor for our trainee and ex-forces
instrument technician trainees for all metering matters, and a member of the Emergency Response
Party and Helideck Assistant..
AMEC & METCO Services – Cormorant Alpha/North Jan 98 –Nov 05
Originally tasked with bringing the metering system back up to the correct standard after a negative
audit on the Cormorant Alpha, I then went on to collect evidential data on reliability which allowed
us to reduce planned maintenance and frequency to a level more appropriate to the system while
maintaining standards. Responsible for onboard fiscal records and first-line mis-measurement
reporting, I prioritised, organised and carried out planned and remedial work on fiscal and allocation
metering as the sole responsible technician, and as part of the wider team I also carried out planned
and remedial work on production, utility and fire & Gas systems as required.
• Time served instrument technician with extensive experience in all areas of fiscal
• Comprehensive knowledge and abilities in investigative, corrective and planned
maintenance on diverse key areas of metering equipment, both gas and liquid.
• Proven capabilities in the construction, set-up, commissioning and sign-off of new
equipment and systems.
• Proactive in identifying metering issues and suggesting solutions to supervision
and client representatives.
• Fully conversant with legal and statutory requirements of fiscal reporting to
client and regulatory authorities, including record keeping, mis-measurement
reports and custody transfer.
• Extensive experience as offshore liaison for 3rd
Party Engineers and point-of-
contact for audit and health checks, with proven capability to identify point of
failure and resolve audit comments.
• Experienced in coaching and mentoring colleagues in the discipline of fiscal
metering - both time-served technicians and instrument trainees.
• Ability to work as a stand-alone technician, as an integral member of the
maintenance team, and as part of the wider fiscal metering team serving client
Morgan Moore Engineering Ltd – Magnus July 96 - Jan98
As an instrument technician and part of the maintenance team I performed planned and corrective
work on production and utility systems. I was additionally tasked with responsibility for fiscal and
allocation metering work, being required to prioritise, plan and organise my own work while also
controlling and tracking metering spares, calibration and certification.
Smedvig Resource management – Scott Aug 95 - Jul 96
Instrument technician and part of the platform maintenance team, I performed planned and corrective
maintenance on oil and gas revenue streams, utility systems and Fire & Gas
NRL Personnel Ltd – Redford Military Barracks July 94 - Aug 95
As the sole Electrical & Mechanical Operator resource for the camp, I was responsible for
identifying, planning and performing required planned and corrective maintenance on the Building
Management System, HVAC, garage equipment and all fixed and portable appliances
Various short term contracts offshore Sep 93 - July 94
As an instrument technician, I performed planned and remedial maintenance on control systems and
components, Ex inspection, and was part of the commissioning team on the Alba for the TDC 3000
and ICS upgrades
CONOCO (UK) LTD - MURCHISON PLATFORM Sep 83 - Sep 93
As an instrument technician I performed planned and remedial maintenance safely with minimum
down time. I was responsible for re-certification work on oil and gas metering systems to fiscal
standards, keeping of statutory records, and preparation of technical reports for supervision.
I analysed trends and information to diagnose problems and effect solutions. I was the Stand-in for
the Senior Instrument Specialist as and when required, and organised and co-ordinated the annual
shutdown for the systems group to tie in with other disciplines. I also led the project team to install
and commission a gas lift kick-off system.
I proactively identified an improved method of preventing seal oil entering junction boxes on gas
compressors which was adopted and reduced downtime.
Education & Qualifications
Leith Nautical College 1980 - 1983
Higher SCOTEC in Industrial Measurement and Process Control
Subjects :- Control 3, Electrical and Electronic Instruments, General Studies 3, Signal Conditioning
and Telemetry, Sampling Systems and Analytical Instruments and Maths 4.
Ordinary SCOTEC in Industrial Measurement and Process Control
Subjects :- Process control 2, Industrial studies 1 and 2, Safety Engineering, Micro Computers,
Process Plant Engineering 2, Opto Electrical Systems and Automatic Control Systems.
Vocational & Offshore Specific Training
ISSOW L2 Permit to Work
Small Bore Tubing
Gamatrol Level Control
Bently Nevada Vibration Monitoring
Jiskoot Split Phase Sampling