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  1. 1. CURRICULUM VITAE Proposed role in the project : Railway Consultant Category : Senior 1 .Family name : Selim 2. First names : Essam 3. Date of birth : 25/2/1951 /4. Passport : Egyptian 5. Residence : Cairo, Egypt 6. Education : Institution (date from – date to) Degree(s) or Diploma(s) obtained: Cairo University, Faculty of Engineering 1969-1974 BSc. Entrepreneurship Mechanical Engineering American University Cairo Project Management Diploma American University Cairo Diploma of Marketing (first Part) 7. Language skills: indicate competence on a scale of 1 to 5 (1 – excellent; 5 – basic) Language Reading Speaking Writing Arabic Mother Tongue English 1 1 1 8. Membership of professional bodies: Member of Egyptian Engineers Syndicate 9. Other skills (e.g. computer literacy etc.): Fully computer literate, ease of office package word, excel, power point in Arabic and English, I have a good management of information skills enabling me to conduct all my day to day works through my laptop or I bad, this include but not limited to: Word processing Spreadsheets Database software Presentation software 10. Present position: Free lancer consultant for Railways 11. Years of experience: 40 years 12. Key qualifications: Mr. Selim is skilled in railway industry including 6 years in ENR; he actually participated in the restructure transformation scheme that took place in 2006 by Booz Allen. The opportunity of Mr. Selim to join your mission as a Railway Safety Expert is an excellent match with 37 years of experience 32 years in the oil and gas business including 13 years in Abu Dhabi with the international organizations BP and Total, 23 years in oil and gas fields, 9 years in project management and business development, and the last six years are in executive management post as Chairman and Managing Director of the Egyptian National Railways Maintenance Company. Mr. Selim have been loaned from the Ministry of Petroleum to the ministry of 1
  2. 2. Transport to assist to undertake the new scheme, he came from a culture that knows how to implement safety and consider it the responsibility of every person in the organization and it is inclusive in each job description he have been involved as a member in an Accident Investigation Teams, it have been always difficult to convince some of the team members that we should look for the root cause of the problem not always blaming the crossing guard of any crossing accident because he was absent. Mr.Selim accumulates these qualifications: Health, Safety & Environment (40 years) Dealing with HSE as part of job description (management system) starting with leadership element to apply the company policy to their contractors and their subcontractors, have been through the highest standards of HSE in Abu Dhabi, attended specialized training courses of safety management system Project Management Experienced the responsibility of project management from the contractor side for 9 years, this was also reinforced by two years diploma of the American University in Cairo which gives the different methodologies to control a project to be completed within the approved budget, time plan and the standard and contractual quality Time frame, budget and quality are the three elements of controlling a project to the successful end Auditing & Evaluation (15 years) Please find attached herewith my CV of 37 years of experience 34 was in oil and gas fields, 13 was in Abu Dhabi in ADMA OPCO, my experience covers a wide range of activities of maintenance, projects, contracts, HSE, operations and the final post was Chairman and Managing Director of the maintenance and overhaul work in the Egyptian Railways. The last assignment was a project to upgrade the workshops in terms of equipment, personnel competency, quality and quantity. The challenge was to utilize the existing personnel of 5000 workers, engineers and administrators. We set a plan of spare parts procurement, change the workers attitude to work and to be loyal to the new company, set a plan to upgrade the workshop machinery and tooling’s, upgrade the HSE awareness of the staff. We managed to gradually improve the performance of the workshop in terms of quantity and quality. Please note that my training courses list includes a two years diploma in the American University in Cairo of Project Management Executive Management & Financial Analysis (18 years) to control and support the operations to meet the production objects, to take an appropriate corrective actions to restore original plan, ensure the requirement, support and deadlines of all departments are met, have been through a very similar experience during my last assignment of chairing the railway company that were established to upgrade the maintenance and overhaul of the rolling stock fleet. Starting of set a plan to restore the availability of rolling stock fleet and make all resources available to achieve the plan to the full satisfaction of Railways operation needs. while I was in Abu Dhabi we used to calculate the production cost per gallon, in order to estimate the next year budget and have an overall monitoring budget system of our expenditure My responsibilities includes the overall supervision of the financial matters of the company of an approximate annual operating budget of one billion LE and capital budget of LE 200 million., the responsibility includes but not limited to budget preparation, expenditure, control and reporting. Quarterly financial reports to be submitted to the board and final financial reports certified by the external auditor to be submitted to the general assembly for their review and approval. Quality Management (20 years) Please find attached herewith my CV for the above mentioned post. I have 37 years of experience 34 are in oil and gas fields. 13 spent in Abu Dhabi in ADMA OPCO and ADNOC. Please note that two certificates in my training list include two specific courses in Safety Management System by one of the most credible institutes in HSE in USA. During the last 3 years where I worked as Chairman for a company in the Egyptian Railways workshop, I had to take the responsibility of establishing the HSE system from scratches since the HSE awareness was at the beginning below zero and the work risk is so dangerous, HSE department was 2
  3. 3. established reported directly to me with mostly fresh graduate engineers that we had to send them for class room training and on the job training in oil companies. During the last 3 years due to the unavailability of an experienced HSE Manager, I had to act in addition to my main assignment as chairman of the company. I think I managed to achieve good progress with upgrading the awareness of 5000 workers and the indicators of the upgrade in term of accidents/incidents did gradually improve, the most important of this achievement that I got personal satisfaction to my career, so I am confident to apply for your Reporting to Stakeholders (10 Years) have been through the same experience to chair the monthly board meeting to update the board members with the company progress, highlight any deviation and recommend rectification actions. Chairing the annual general assembly meeting to get the approval of the company shareholders of the company achievements and the next year plan. I have had also the experience to deal with the governmental parties since my client and the owner of the company is the National Egyptian Railways and the chair of the general assembly was the minister of transport and the members are the National Railways Chairman and his deputies Project Management (15 Years) Time frame, budget and quality are the three elements of controlling a project to the successful end, Experienced the responsibility of project management from the contractor side for 9 years, this was also reinforced by two years diploma of the American University in Cairo which gives the different methodologies to control a project to be completed within the approved budget, time plan and the standard and contractual quality Executive Management & Financial Analysis (13 Years) to control and support the operations to meet the production objects, to take an appropriate corrective actions to restore original plan, ensure the requirement, support and deadlines of all departments are met, have been through a very similar experience during my last assignment of chairing the railway company that were established to upgrade the maintenance and overhaul of the rolling stock fleet. Starting of set a plan to restore the availability of rolling stock fleet and make all resources available to achieve the plan to the full satisfaction of Railways operation needs. while I was in Abu Dhabi we used to calculate the production cost per gallon, in order to estimate the next year budget and have an overall monitoring budget system of our expenditure My responsibilities includes the overall supervision of the financial matters of the company of an approximate annual operating budget of one billion LE and capital budget of LE 200 million., the responsibility includes but not limited to budget preparation, expenditure, control and reporting. Quarterly financial reports to be submitted to the board and final financial reports certified by the external auditor to be submitted to the general assembly for their review and approval. Transport & Railways Development and Application of Polices (10 Years) while establishment of the railway company we managed to develop and apply all the necessary policies starting with HSE, finance, purchasing, warehousing, administration and HR Participated in the restructure scheme to convert Egyptian National Railways to profit centre organization taking into consideration the Government commitment which included development of the railway sector and related institutions to provide competitive railway services efficiently and economically and to provide assistance in supervision of the Operation and maintenance of the railway services. The following shall be the detailed scope of services: (I) prepare long term railway development plan and the institutional development of the railway sector. (ii) Prepare draft railway legal framework and regulations. (iii) Assist in finalizing concession agreement for operation and maintenance of the railway lines, assist and advise the Government in implementing of the operation and f railway line. (iv) Assist and advice the Government in all activities related to the establishment and launch of the railway operator. (v) Develop a training program 3
  4. 4. Energy Efficiency Consulting (7 Years) Participated to prepare customized energy management solutions combine process and operational improvements with proven cultural change methodologies. Our technical support can help organization reduce energy costs, risks and carbon emissions, while gaining significant business advantage. . Commercial/Contracts, (23 Years) Participated to develop and manage contracts to purchase spare parts and services of over LE 1.3 Billion in two years with the necessary related services of finance, warehouse, logistics, administration and etc English Skills, Most of my communications writing, speaking, reporting, negotiation, contracts development/monitoring have been in English languages Networking and Inter-relationship Skills, 19 years experience in the Egyptian petroleum sector that gives chances to network with most of the key personnel, through conferences and work relationships, the experience of dealing with governmental authorities and personnel was acquired during the railway period Physical & Health Condition, I retired this February on 60 years old but thanks GOD I am still fit, as I am a regular tennis player, for travels, site work as walking chiming Availability, two weeks to start work 13. Specific experience in the region: Country UAE, Abu Dhabi USA Training Courses UK Switzerland Holland France India Date from – Date to 1985 to 1998 1976, 77, 78, 79, 80, 82,83 & 2007 1977, 1989 1979, 1981 1992 1979, 1981 & 1983 1995, 2004 14. Professional experience: Date Location May, 2006 to Cairo, Feb 2011 Egypt Company National Egyptian Railways Position Chairman & Managing Director of ERMAS Description I was loaned from the ministry of Petroleum to the ministry of transport to assist in the change of management that started in 2006 to restructure the Egyptian National Railways. My responsibility included but not limited to upgrade the Egyptian Railways to restore an acceptable safe performance level after ages of negligence that resulted to too many accidents/incidents, non compliance with safety regulations, 50 % of the rolling fleet was unavailable, the operation service was unacceptable, its cargo transport market share dropped from 20 % to 3 % and the annual finance defect was around one billion Egyptian pound. During the last 6 years where I worked as Chairman for a company in the Egyptian Railways workshop, I had to take the responsibility of establishing the HSE system from scratches since the HSE awareness was very much behind and actually 4
  5. 5. Date Location Company Position Description below zero, which makes all work operation at high risk. HSE department was established reported directly to me with mostly fresh graduate engineers that we had to send them for class room training and on the job training in oil companies. During the last 3 years due to the difficulty to hire an experienced HSE Manager, I had to act as HSE manager in addition to my main assignment as chairman of the company. I think we managed to achieve gradual progress with upgrading the awareness of 5000 workers and the indicators of the upgrade in term of accidents/incidents did gradually improve, the most important of this achievement that I got personal satisfaction to my career, our great success that we managed to change the attitude of the workers to make the HSE as daily management system and it is a built in part of the job responsibility of each worker, so I am confident to apply for your post It is worth to mention that I have had the chance to attend the restructure transformation of ENR from Cost Centre Organization to three profit centre business units and outsource all noncore services to separate companies. The issue of Safety has been always a major concern of any Minister since he is more and above a serious threat to his post. I would like to assure that a safety regulatory policy is available with ENR and it is very close to the British one since the British who introduced Railway Industry into Egypt, The existing policy would be probably needed to update to cope with the too many changes happened but the most important parameter is the leadership, adherence, control, reinforcement and etc. The matter is not so simple as the sentence may indicate, but Safety is a global management system starts from ENR Chairman till the crossing guard, Any International Safety Management System includes too many elements differs slightly from industry to other but they are common in one element which is leadership that is always number 1, When Booz Allen Hamilton launched the restructure scheme, the management of change have not been fully successfully because the Human Resource development have not been changed at the same pace. Please note that two certificates in my training list include two specific courses in Safety Management System by one of the most credible institutes in HSE in USA. June 1998 2006 Cairo, Egypt Egyptian Maintenance Company (EMC) Business Development and Technical Support General Manager Jan 1990 May 1998 Abu Dhabi, United Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Responsible for the maintenance of oil and gas productions plant of daily capacity of 300 BPD and 100 MM SCFD Senior Maintenance Duties include (I) preparation and implementation of major overhauls for both rotating and stationary equipment; (ii) overall Engineer Responsible for planning, directing and controlling the operations of EMC, and carrying out all necessary marketing and business promotion in order to ensure consistent revenues. I also assist and review the development of all procedures and policies of the company. Duties also include developing and submitting estimates for annual operating and capital budgets. I am also responsible for expenditure control, updating revenues and cost figures within the Maintenance and Modifications Division, and it is my responsibility to present all data and figures of the Maintenance and Modifications Division to Management and verify the proper implementation of company commitment at quality, punctuality and through the most effective cost methodology, responsible for the marketing, promotion, customer satisfaction and quality assurance of execution of all the scope of activities of EMC. 5
  6. 6. Date Location Company Arab Company Emirates (ADMA Position OPCO) May 1987 Dec 1989 Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi National Oil Co Company (ADNOC) Mechanical Maintenance Section Head, Ruwais Refinery Description supervision of day-to-day maintenance; (iii) corrective maintenance and trouble-shooting; (iv) budget preparation and expenditure monitoring; (v) developing programs to develop UAE graduates professional skills, and monitoring their progress; (vi) monitoring of plant equipment and initiating modifications to upgrade operation and overall efficiency; and (vii) technical assessment of bids and reviewing construction drawings to ensure that they comply with engineering standards. It is worth to mention that BP is a shareholder of ADMA OPCO and all the standards and procedures are in full accordance with BP Responsible for planning and coordinating all mechanical maintenance in the Crude Oil Refinery of half a million BPD. Duties included: (I) providing overall supervision for the maintenance and of all rotating and stationary equipment and associated pipe work s (ii) manufacturing and refurbishing of various spare parts and tools in the workshop; and (iii) maintaining, repairing, and construction o facilities; (iv) following up maintenance activities and trouble-shooting of problems and anticipation of solution; (v) preparing the section for operating and capital requirements, supervising materials planning and maintaining overall control; (vi) reviewing and approving te designs and specification for modifications/new installations; (vii) evaluating and supervising work carried by maintenance personne responsibility for the contractor's mechanical-related work; (ix) participating in the planning for, control and implementation of annual shut and major plant turnarounds; (x) preparing the critical path network for all major or critical work; (xi) coordinating preparations for shutdow materials, technical services, safety and fire, operations and administrative personnel; (xii) supervising the activities of engineers, supervis skilled craftsmen; (xiii) advising on the course of action to be taken in complex problems, and discussing and determining work priorities wi concerned personnel; (xiv) liaising with other maintenance section heads and senior operations department personnel to coordinate inter-di work activities or to arrange for plant shutdown. In addition, I supervised the following positions: Area engineers plus subordinates: Workshop engineer + subordinates: Technical clerk: Jan 1982 May 1987 Cairo, Egypt Gulf of Suez Petroleum Company (GUPCO) Gas Plant General Maintenance Division Manager 2 + 40 1 + 44 1 Duties included: (I) supervise different rotary and stationary equipment in the main plant such as dehydration units by Glycol and mole sieve, de-sulphurization of plants by amine unit, main compressors, turbo expanders and water makers; (ii) deputizing the plant General Manager during his leaves and off-site absence. I supervised 120 persons, including 4 section heads for the mechanical, electrical, instruments and turbines, maintenance, engineering and planning. The plant had been recently constructed and commissioned with daily production rates of 77 MMSC of sales Gas 250, ton LGP, and 1000 barrels of condensate. 6
  7. 7. Date Location Company Position Description July 1980 Jan 1982 Cairo, Egypt Gulf of Suez Petroleum Company (GUPCO) Turbine Maintenance Department Head Duties included: (I) providing overall supervision over the implementation of predictive, preventive and corrective maintenance programs on a wide variety of gas turbines, driven loads and associated equipment; (ii) reviewing and approving requirements for major repairs and replacement of spare parts; (iii) ensuring that effective equipment records were kept and updated for all equipment and that vibration and performance maintenance were carried out by the concerned section head; (iv) evaluating alternative economic considerations before determining a course of action; (v) planning and supervising requirements for workshop and engineering services, controlling the processing of incoming requests for manufacture, repair or refurbishment of machine parts and equipment for rework; (vi) reviewing requirements for new equipment, and evaluating usage and providing recommendations to the General Manager; (vii) controlling inventory storage and repair of a wide range of associated parts, hydraulic tools and equipment; (viii) investigating suggestions for modifications to existing equipment or installation of a new system; (ix) determining requirements, supervising the preparation of preliminary specification and drawings; (x) reviewing bids submitted by contractors or detailed estimates provided by projects for coverage and technical content; (xi) overall supervising of the execution of any such development contracts carried out by maintenance personnel. Oct 1978 July 1980 Cairo, Egypt Gulf of Suez Petroleum Company (GUPCO) Turbine Maintenance Section Head Duties included (I) covering certain areas onshore or offshore to determine and resolve operational problems; (ii) ensuring the effective utilization of manpower, equipment and tools in the plant consistent with reducing equipment downtime and maintaining operating efficiency; (iii) coordinating preventive maintaining activities for all disciplines included providing guidance to planning personnel on overall objectives following up on routine work activities to maintain the status of regular maintenance work and liaising and discussing major scheduling or execution problems with concerned section heads, and following up completed maintenance work orders; (iv) supervising and participating in detailed inspection, providing guidelines, supervising the preparation for all major or critical work, reviewing and/or preparing estimates of labour, materials, tools and external services required for such contracts (v) contracting certain jobs, participating in the preparation of job specification and job scope for development of contracts and assisting in the evaluation of bids received, providing comments and recommendations as required. July 1976Nov 1978 Cairo, Egypt Gulf of Suez Petroleum Company (GUPCO) Gas Turbine and Rotating Equipment Engineer Duties included: (I) providing technical advisory services within the maintenance department on all aspects of maintenance, repair and troubleshooting on rotary equipment; (ii) developing and implementing a vibration and rotating equipment monitoring system; (iii) assisting in the preparation of preventive and predictive maintenance programs, analyzing equipment breakdowns and presenting recommendations for repair or modifications, equipment, including pumps, centrifugal and screw type compressors and gas turbines. Nov 1974-July Cairo, Egypt 1976 Gulf of Suez Workshop Petroleum Engineer Company (GUPCO) Duties included: (I) planning and coordinating the provision of a site workshop marine maintenance and heavy equipment service; (ii) maintaining and repairing a wide range of heavy mobile and fixed equipment, portable engines and lifting equipment, and operating and utilizing assigned heavy mobile equipment; (iii) planning and assessing priorities for routine work, allocating emergency or urgent work requirements; (iv) planning and executing materials provisioning programs and carrying out general administration duties related to the workshop and assigned personnel; (v) reviewing technical engineering services documents for projects or modification of jobs to be carried out by workshop craftsmen, and determining extent of work required and priorities; (vi) providing technical advice to the various specialized craft groups such as sheet metal work, machine tools fabrication, welding and pipe fitting; (vii) assigning work with appropriate instructions to technicians and arranging for inspection and certification by concerned department. 7
  8. 8. 1. References : Mr. Alaa Fahmi Ex Minister of Transport Mr. Hani Hegab, Chairman of National Egyptian Railways Mr. Tarek El Attar, Chairman and Managing Director of Roads & Bridges Organization Mr. Hani Dhahi, Chairman of EGPC Mr. Moh’d Abdel Hafez Chairman of Petrojet Mr. Maamoun El Shenawy, Project Engineering Manager ADMA – OPCO. Mr. A Aziz El Kioumy, Senior Vice President (Operations), Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Company (ADMA OPCO). Mr. Ali Kamel Senior Economic Advisor at USAID 2. Lecturer of Railways Industry: I was assigned within my global responsibility of the business development manager to establish training department to meet our clients training needs. The training department following a market survey has been established and managed to be unique and attractive in selecting the courses subjects, instructors with practical background and change the methodology of conducting the courses to include more exercises and real practical problems to motivate participants to interact and make the courses more informative as well as enjoyable. We managed to introduce the Competency Gap Analysis technique to determine the exact training needs of individuals I am currently giving lectures in conferences relating to Railway Industry, early this year I was invited I am currently giving lectures in conferences relating to Railway Industry, early this year I was invited by discussion of railway subject ,., I also attended few panels for 3. https://plus.google.com/share?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.saudirailforum.com%2Fspeakerinfo.aspx%3Ftp_spkid%3D49639&hl=en Essam Selim Former Chairman Egyptian National Railway, Railway Consultant, Egypt 8
  9. 9. Welcome and introductory remarks from the conference Chair Strategies and ideas for rolling stock maintenance to minimise cost and improve efficiency http://www.meedconferences.com/rail/Agenda.aspx?dayId=2628 GCC RAIL INTEROPERABILITY, MOVING TOWARDS A SINGLE GCC RAILWAY SYSTEM.. Workshop Leader: Essam Selim, Independent Consultant, former Chairman, Egyptian National Railways (EGYPT) 4. My prospective to undertake the assignment Because of real existence in ENR I have been through most of the difficulties and obstacles preventing or delaying the change and the development. My previous presence in ENR, would be useful to effectively contribute to collect the necessary data and to carry out the initial assessment required to determine the gap between the present and the target, then we can accordingly develop the plan including all the required activities and resources to achieve the objectives, following completing the detailed and knowing the requirement, we would be able to phrase the Twining Project terms of reference on the EU template with proposed technical assistance required and budget, the project will naturally include the proposed workshops with all stakeholders to have all feedback and input, so the final output should be produced in full agreement of all involved parties who be in the future responsible of the implementation 5. Training Courses a. Gas Turbines: Venue Year 1. Ruston Operation and Maintenance U.K. 1989 2. Sulzer Digital Control System Switzerland 1981 3. Sulzer Type S3 and Sulzer Turbo Compressor Switzerland 1979 4. Allison Engine Maintenance and Heavy Repair U.S.A. 1978 5. Ruston Operation and Maintenance (T-B-5000) U.K. 1978 6. Ingersoll Rand Centrifugal Compressor U.S.A. 1978 7. Ruston Maintenance Cairo 1977 8. Solar Operation and Maintenance (Centaur) U.S.A. 1976 9. Solar Operation and Maintenance (Saturn) U.S.A. 1976 9
  10. 10. b. Vibration: 1. Rotating Machinery Vibration Analysis Abu Dhabi 1988 2. Vibration Analysis and Measurement Abu Dhabi 1986 3. Measurement Techniques B&K Cairo 1983 4. Vibration for Rotating Machinery Cairo 1980 5. Basic Vibration by Standard Oil of Indiana USA 1977 c. HSE, Management and Miscellaneous 1 Excel 5 Abu Dhabi 1994 2 Refractories Amsterdam 1992 3 Mechanical Seals Development and Improvement Course Abu Dhabi 1991 4 Piping design and Construction Abu Dhabi 1991 5 Maintenance and Inspection of Lifting Equipment Das Island 1989 6 Micro-Computer Operation Das Island 1989 7 Modern Safety Management by ILCI Abu Dhabi 1989 8 Scaffolding Safety Inspection Abu Dhabi 1989 1. Corrosion Protection Abu Dhabi 1988 2. Loss Prevention in the Oil Industry Abu Dhabi 1987 3. Fibre Glass Products Abu Dhabi 1986 4. Fibre Glass, Piping System Design and Specification Cairo 1986 5. Principles of Optimum Maintenance by HF Abu Dhabi 1985 6. Principles of Supervisory Management Cairo 1983 7. Electronic Circuits Cairo 1983 8. Safety Medium Management Cairo 1978 10
  11. 11. 9. Project Management Certificate from American University in Cairo Cairo 1999/2000 10. Risk Assessment Cairo 2003 11. Six Sigma Green Belt Training in American University Cairo Cairo 2004 12. Professional Diploma in Marketing in American University Cairo Cairo 2005 The above resume and my LinkedIn profile provide more detail about my other past experience and accomplishments. Endorsements from other professionals, former colleagues and bosses can also be seen in my LinkedIn profile. I’m sure there are some people I’ve worked with in the past who are accessible through your LinkedIn network; I encourage you to use the reference search LinkedIn provides to get more information about my qualifications from some of those people. Thank you for your time and attention; I look forward to hearing from you soon. Sincerely, 11

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