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JOHN CV 2015 3

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JOHN CV 2015 3

  1. 1. John Murphy 5 Hillcrest Drive Stevenston Ayrshire KA20 3AW Tel: 01294 462606 Mobile No: 07906127135 DATE OF BIRTH: 5th OCTOBER 1970 NATIONAL INSURANCE NUMBER: NW328712C PASSPORT NO.510845421 – EXP 18 -07 – 23 OFFSHORE SURVIVAL ( Norwegian) – Jan 2011 – Jan 2015 References RUSSELL JOHNSTON – BP CONSTRUCTION MANAGER SKARV PROJECT - Russell.Johnston@no.bp.com JOHN MURPHY MECHANICAL ENGINEER BP SKARV PROJECT: 01294 469696 johnmurphy337@hotmail.com DAVID NEWLINS- HEAD PIPING ENGINEER: BP COMPETENTIA Apprenticeship 1987-1992 - James Frew & Son Ltd, Stevenston Plumber/Heating Engineer Working on domestic heating Projects, installing bathrooms, lead work etc. Working in hospitals and Schools on copper and plastic pipe up to 3"- 4". Qualifications August 2000 - June 2001 -HNC Mechanical Engineering Watt Medal for Academic Achievement July 2003 / July 2006 - Safety Passport 1987 - 1991 - Scotvec Modules- Advanced Plumbing and heating 2011 – 2015 - Norwegian Offshore Survival 2013 - Swagelock course 2014 - Hand torquing course 2014 - M.I.S.T 2014 - Working at heights level 4 2013 – 2015 - Norwegian Offshore medical -
  2. 2. Employment History Dec 2014 – Present – Piping foreman – MonArb Project- Leman Uptime Compression Project – Amec The Monarb project comprised of the following, installation of Cetco skid and associated pipework pre commissioning scope including finalising GOC and all joint integrity. Duties raise permits, update flange register, workpacks as per GOC requirements. On the Leman project we were commissioning a new module/jacket. My duties included aligning the nozzles on the HP and LP suction and discharge lines working to a 0.06mm tolerance. I would also raise permits, help Halliburton’s to update their flange register and do a final line walk prior to leak test. I was also going through work- packs and signing off ITR’s, outstanding work scopes and finally signing these off as complete Feb 2014 – October 2014 – piping foreman - Douglas– PD&MS Piping foreman for 3 squads of men including platers and riggers. I would take out permits in the morning making sure correct paperwork as in place, do the toolbox talk, then I would take the men to the worksite. I would then tie in with the GF or OCS to look at future work scopes. I would also go onto the computer and look for drawings for the men or for future work scopes or for a shipment of spools and valves etc to take an inventory of what had arrived. October 2012 – Dec 2013 – Piping Supervisor – Chiswick/ QA Vanguard SLP Night shift supervisor in charge of a small squad of pipefitters, plater’s and riggers. On Chiswick we were removing and replacing spools on on an unmanned satellite. On Vanguard we were removing and replacing a helideck firstly fitting bracing steel then removing associated pipework. The new helideck was lowered on and re-instated including new stairwells. My duties included, firstly being in the office assisting with making up work packs to NORMS. Once offshore, writing permits, writing daily reports and handovers between shifts, liaising with other trades, organising work for my shift, then co- ordinating the work and making sure it was done safely and as stated in the permit . January 2012 – Sept – Piping Supervisor – YME Project SBM - Norway Night shift supervisor taking control of pipe fitters, welders MPI and NDT crews. Liaising with onshore support for locating spools and valves. The first 4 months were spent in the office making work packs, using the available NORMS for eventual line walking offshore. Once offshore, I had to write out permits for hot and cold work,for repairs, also for new work. Line walking was undertaken to sign off job cards. I had to writedailly reports handovers for between shifts, and report any problems encountered to shift superintendant I also had to liaise with QA,Qc for any weld repairs. I also attended safety meetings and then had to emphasise exactly what was to be done as I had a squad of Norwegian tradesmen. August 2011 – December – pipe fitter PSN Heather Working on the rig regeneration project, work was in the mud pits replacing valves and deck plating.
  3. 3. April 2011 – July – Piping supervisor – BP Skarv project – Norway Night shift piping supervisor in charge of the turret area. Also acting as area tech; shift supervisor for topsides, signing on permits, checking job site, making sure permits were being adhered to. In charge of a multi national team of around 40 men, making sure work force understood and carried out their allocated tasks to a high standard of safety and workmanship. Also liaising with foremen and engineers of all disciplines. Work scope included deciding if existing spools needed altered; if so, then sending for bombing and pressure test. Ultimately getting the turret ready for leak testing. I was then expected to line walk with the nitrogen testing squad to ensure the system and pertaining subsystems were ready and safe to test. I would also write handovers, sometimes staying behind and going back on the job if there had been a problem, or tieing in with the piping engineer or construction manager. May 2010 – January 2011 – Wood group – Working on the Cormorrant north, Alpha and the Tern. The client was Taqa an Arabian oil company. Mainly shutdown and maintenance work. Working in the well heads replacing high pressure lines using graylock fittings and quick flange. Duties included liaising with ops and walking lines checking isolations. Measuring and cold cutting penetrations, defunct pipework, supports etc. March 2010 – April 2010 – Bi Fab Burntisland – Working foreman Valhal upgrade project. In charge of 8 men on pressure testing, walking lines using p& id’s and iso’s. Checking test limits were in place, fitting tapped blinds and spades ready for test. Testing up to 300 barg, then reinstating pipework and torquing. August 2009 – December 2009 – Aker Solutions piping charge hand– Dunlin project. As a piping charge hand, duties include liaising with OCS, area authorities and other disciplines. Taking control of a couple of small work parties. In the office reading through work packs for relevant information. Also hands on working on 8” lines fitting double block and bleed valves, instrument tubing, erecting unistrut, reading hookup drawings etc. June 2009 – August 2009 - PSN – Working on the Ninian Central and South platforms. This was a shutdown. Duties included pressure testing, destruction and construction, line walking. Reading p&id’s and iso’s for the line walking. Establishing where test limits were according to the drawings, also turning spec blinds, removing spades,orifice plates etc. While line walkig i also cross referenced details of shoes and guides to numbers on the iso’s. April 2009 - Aker Solutions – Working on the Scott shutdown duties included pressure testing to 570 barg, cutting and prepping 12” super duplex pipe, fitting graylock hubs and rings. Line walking for pressure pressure test limits, and also checking valves removed. Also using p&id’s and iso’s to make sure correct guides, shoes and bolts were fitted. January 2009 – April 2009 Cedar Kirk Ltd – piping supervisor - Irvine Paper mill. Assisting the engineers to make up work packs as per piping norms.
  4. 4. In charge of 6 men, replacing pumps and valves. Also replacing redundant pipe spools as per drawings. Nov 2008 - Jan 2009 – Apol divex – Working on instrument pipework at Divex in Aberdeen. Bending instrument tubing from 6mm – 25mm, working on diving bells for subsea 7. Working on panels that were carrying oxygen for divers. Instrument testing up to 525 barg. June 2007 – Oct 2008 - Aker Solutions – Working on the Bleo Holm, duties include reading p&id’s and iso’s, rerouting pipe in slops tanks, cold cutting pipe, replacing corroded pipework, gaskets and bolts. Line walking before, during and after pressure tests, also making sure limits were in correct place. Worked in the present shutdown for a 5 week period. Reading hook up drawings for instrument pipe-work, assembling unistrut, setting out stauff clamps. Jan 2007 - April 2007 – McEvoy engineering Ltd – piping foreman managing a small team of five men. This was for a small local company. Over seeing the removal and replacement of presses used for making plastic crates, also some structural work, new lifting beams for the next time the presses are removed. July 2006 – Jan 2007 – Aker Kvaerner – Working on the MCP01, Bleo Holm, Gryphon and Janice platforms. MCP01 was the first time a rig had been stripped down in British waters. Norwegians who had done ran this type of work before; it basically just involved a lot of burning and working safely. Bluo Holm was an oil tank that was being turned into a slops tank; we were fitting 10” pipes up the side of the tank which was around 70’ deep. Janice and Gryphon were just shutdowns. Renewing old pipes, fitting supports. February 2006 – July – PETROFAC – Working on the Brae A on the Ospar project. While we were waiting for the job to start properly we worked on maintenance jobs. The Ospar was a new package for processed water. January 2006 - AKER KVAERNER – I was working on the AH001 which was a semi submersible. We were working on a mini shutdown; the rest of the work was to be undertaken later in the year. The usual duties, removing spools,torquing,reading,drawings, pressure testing, line walking etc. September 2005 – December - WOOD GROUP - Working on The Schehallion FPSO for BP. Duties include: reading p&id’s taking bolts and gaskets to the work sites in preparation for the shutdown. Once the shutdown started I was replacing old bolts/pipework, bending some instrument pipework, replacing gaskets on pipework which hadn’t passed leak tests. Pressure testing, and walking lines checking test limits were in place. June 2005 – September - PSL – Working piping foreman Armada shutdown for British Gas. In charge of 10 men; reading drawings iso’s, p &id’s. Taking men to jobs, then marking pipes that were
  5. 5. to be cut so that the cold cutting team could come behind us. Also hot bolting, dismantling pipe work and installing pipework. Also helped the instrument pipe fitters by setting out stove clamps; and helping with some tray work. March 2005 – June - WOODGROUP - Working at Sullom Voe in the Sheltland Isles. Working in the oil terminal as a pipefitter. Duties include: Cold cutting pipe using lock ring fittings and hot bolting. Also Reading drawings. February 2005 – J. MCEVOY & SONS LTD – Working piping foreman Anaplast in Greenock. In charge of a small team of 4 men taking out a 10 tonne mould and injection unit, removing and replacing water cooling loops, then replacing with a new mould. September 2004 – December - PETROFAC - Working on the Ninian Northern platform 3 week shutdown, and then 2 week shutdown on water injection system. Duties included reading drawings, pressure testing, hot bolting and then re-bolting pipework. Also liaising with Hedley Purvis and torquing. July 2004 – Sept – AKER KVAERNER – Working on the Haweanae Brim. Testing steam coils to the oil storage tanks. Also on the Gryphon A cutting out 10” flexi pipe in the turret, all pre shutdown work. June 2004 – July - SHAWS - Bechtel shutdown Spalding – Making supports, taking out and replacing 24” spargers in the main vent feeding to the fin fans. Replacing pipework. February 2004 - July - AMEC – Bonga project Nigeria (pipe fitter) – Assisting the engineers to make up work packs as per piping norms, walking lines pre and post construction, making up punch lists, carrying out risk assessments and identifying work scopes. Also reading isos, p&id’s and instrument hook up drawings. January 2003 – Nov 2003 - FABRICOM - Pulrose Powerstation, Isle of Man/Hull BP Saltend - Pipefitter) - Required to measure and cut pipe; set up butts and read drawings. The Hull job was called the SLEU project. Duties were the same as IOM. August 2002- Jan 2003 - AME Plumbing & Heating Plumber) - I worked on various sites, including garden centres; and new builds. In the garden centres we fitted under floor heating for a company called Rehau. May 2001- July 2002 – Cedar Kirk – Working piping foreman Irvine Papermill. Assisting the engineers to make up work packs as per piping norms, walking lines pre and post construction, making up punch lists, carrying out risk assessments and identifying work scopes. Also reading isos, p&id’s and instrument hook up drawings.
  6. 6. August 2001 - January 2002 - G & J SEDDON plumbing foreman Nursing Home Plumber) - This job was a new nursing home that was being built. I was the stand in foreman for 1 month; my duties were laying out and then doing all the main pipe runs in the attic space, in both iron and copper up to 2". I also did the plastic drainage. May 2000 - July 2000 - ROCHE (Dalry) CAXIOS Pipefitter) - Working on the vitamin c refurbishment. Duties included reading Drawings; construction; punching for test; preparing for test and final punching. October 1999 - May 2000 - CEDAR KIRK LTD. HARLAND & WOLFF (Pipefitter) - My duties included reading drawings; removing and replacing valves, construction; and testing pipework. June 1999 - October 1999 - HARLAND & WOLFF - TECH AID INT (Pipefitter) - Working in a shed, duties included, reading structural drawings then burning out penetrations for pipes and cables. Also fitting brackets and pipe hangers. April 1999 - June 1999 - AKER MARITIME - UISGE GORM (Pipefitter) Working in the oil sump tank cutting 20” lines with an air saw, also making supports and spools February 1999 - April 1999 - ECG MECHANICAL SERVICES - BT (GLASGOW) (Plumber) - Running condensate lines 28mm to 42mm in copper from the fan coil heaters. June 1998 - October 1998 - AKER MARITIME - GLAS DOWR (Inst. Pipefitter) - On this FSU for blue water duties included site running trigger lines and impulse lines. Cutting and running tray work on the Gasco Skid Unit. March 1998 - May 1998 - HARLAND AND WOLFF (Sterford) Belfast (Pipefitter) Working on the BORGLAND DOLPHIN in the pressure testing squad, duties included; rigging, reading drawing, pressure testing up to 50 bar, reinstating pipework. January 1998 - March 1998 - CEDAR KIRK LTD. Testing working chargehand HARLAND &WOLFF (Pipefitter) - My duties on this job were toread P&ID’s and iso’s to find the relevant pipework to be tested; then testing them. March 1997 December 1997 - AOC LTD ARMADA HOOK UP/ ICI Runcorn / St.Fergus (Pipefitter) - On the Armada
  7. 7. worked for British Gas; reading drawings, taking out faulty- valves and replacing them. At ICI involved in working on shutdown on the Arcton 22 plant with chemicals which required the use of the full protective clothing, stripping out and replacing vessels and pipework. On St. Fergus involved in working on an extension being built for the pipeline form the Britannia Platform; reading drawings, cutting and prepping heavywall pipe, bolting up etc. Nov 1996 - February 1997 - EASY HEAT Ardrossan (Plumbing & Heating Engineer) - This job involved the installation of domestic heating, back boilers, attics, changing over water mains, gas etc. July 1996 - October 1996 - AOC ALBA NORTHERN and FULMER (Shut Downs - Pipefitter) - On the Alba Northern we worked in a gas injection module. Duties included; reading Drawing, cutting, prepping pipe and braising pipe, in the H Vac room. May 1996 - July 1996 - PETROLOGY Tjeldbergodden Norway Pipefitter) - This job was a methanol plant being built for Statoil by Kvaerner. Petrology supplied the labour, my duties included my own rigging, reading drawings and construction. February 1996 - March 1996 - BABCOCK Grangemouth Pipefitter) - Employed on shut down at oil refinery, reading drawings, measuring and cutting pipes etc. February 1995 - October 1995 - AOC INTERNATIONAL - Point of Ayr (Pipefitter) - I was required to measure and cut pipe; set up butts , read drawings and pressure test June 1994 - September 1994 - ECG MECHANICAL SERVICES (Plumbing & Heating Engineer) - Based at Kilmarnock College and Mothercare (Glasgow) At Kilmarnock we fitted a new heating system into the existing one using a mild steel pipe which was crimped together using a special gun. Mother care opened a new store and our contract was for 3-4 weeks. My duties were fitting pumped W.C.s and basins, 4” wastes and running copper pipe work. March 1993 - December 1993 - ALBA NORTHERN HOOK UP / Forties Shutdown - Aberdeen (Pipefitter) - On the forties job we stripped out the old oil line and replaced it with new pipework which was already made up ready for the job. On the Alba I was involved in construction, pressure testing and punch listing. I also worked on the sprinkler and deluge systems- screwed pipe and cunifer, using back welded sprinkler nozzles and frangible bulbs. March 1992 - December 1992 - AOC INTERNATIONAL - Aberdeen / Piper B (Pipefitter) - Jobs included construction, pressure testing and punch lists. Also
  8. 8. working with a sprinkler and deluge systems.

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