6 Yrs Exp Offshore Structure Subsea Pipelay Anil Kumar

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I am a qualified Graduate Mechanical Engineer with 6 years of qualitative experience in Oil & Gas - Offshore industry (SACS Structural Integrity Analysis, MOSES Barge Modeling and Transportation analysis, Subsea pipeline and structure installation analyses etc.)

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6 Yrs Exp Offshore Structure Subsea Pipelay Anil Kumar

  1. 1. CURRICULUM VITAE 21/A 38th B cross, th 9 Block Jayanagar,ANIL KUMAR Bangalore- 560069 Mobile: +31-685648374 +91-9632151009 Email: kumar85anil@gmail.comCareer Summary:A qualified Graduate Mechanical Engineer with 6 years of qualitative experience in Oil & Gas -Offshore industry (SACS Structural Integrity Analysis, MOSES Barge Modeling and Transportationanalysis, Subsea pipeline and structure installation analyses etc.).Work Experience:November 2008 Company : Heerema Marine Contractors India Private Ltd, Bangalore - Position : Senior Engineer Till Date Department : Engineering - Structural Integrity team Works : Structural Integrity Analysis during EPRD using SACS, Development and Validation of offshore installation procedure and analysis methodology, Installation analysis for subsea pipeline and infrastructures using Flexcom. Barge Modeling, Seakeeping and Barge stability analysis using MOSES.Offshore survival training at Falck Nutec, Netherlands.Course : BOSIET including HUET plus Emergency Breathing SystemValid till : 14.09.2014Offshore experience on pipelay vessel (Balder) for Block-31 project at east coast of Angola, Africafor three weeks (Dec 2010).Deputed to Heerema Marine Contractors B.V, The Netherlands for the period of six months(June – Sep 2010 and June – Sep 2012).July 2006 Company : L&T e-Engineering Solutions, Vadodara - Position : Executive EngineerNovember 2008 Department : Ocean Engineering, HMC (ODC) Team Works : Installation analysis for subsea pipeline and infrastructure using Flexcom. • Designed steel structures used for the transportation of modules to offshore.Key Projects Project Title : Shell-BRENT FIELD - PLATFORM B and D Client : SHELL UK E&P LTD Role  Preparation of the SACS model for Module M4W and U4W  Performing lift analysis of Module M4W and U4W together and prepare the report for the same. 1
  2. 2. Project Title : Ekofisk Engineering, Preparation, Removal and Decommissioning (EPRD) of platformsClient : ConocoPhillips Scandinavia ASRole  Performing Independent check of Cutting Stability analysis (On-bottom stability) of the EKOD 8 leg Jacket and checking its structural integrity for Inplace conditions, when a combination of legs is cut and checking its stability after all legs are cut.  Performing Early Cut analysis for COD jacket to determine the maximum number of cuts allowed while removing of topside from jacket. To determine whether the early cutting of preferred braces in the jacket structure including topsides can still withstand the unrestricted wave conditions.  Performing lift analysis of EKOD Jacket Top section using single crane, four point lift method.  Performing transport analysis of EKOD Jacket top section hanging with cranes and checking its structural integrity with NORSOK Code.  Performing the independent check of Modeling Ninian topside Living quarter and helideck combined.  Feasibility studies of Brent A jacket top section transport in cranes.  Checking the Cutting Stability analysis report (top on bottom section stability) of ALBF jacket for the removal of top section from the jacket.  Checking the transport analysis report of ALBF Bottom section transported on Thialf cranes.Project Title : Olympus ProjectClient : SHELL International E&P LTDRole  Developing the procedures for Pick-up and Transfer of SCRs to TLP.  Performing the curve stability for four SCRs.  Performing Pick-up and Transfer analysis of four SCRs Recovery to TLPProject Title : Ninian Jacket ModelingClient : CNR International (UK) Ltd.Role  Preparation of the SACS model for Ninian jacket  Preparation of the weight Control Report of Ninian Jacket from the prepared SACS model and calculated non generated dead loads (NGDL).Project Title : Strength calculation for barge Marty-JClient : -Role  Performing the modeling of mid frame of barge in SACS and calculate the strength of mid frame to be used for strength check for future transportation loads.Project Title : Deen Dayal project Feasibility StudyClient : L&T Pvt LtdRole  Performing the design of support module for jacket legs for piles installation due to presence of a bog foot hole at the location. 2
  3. 3. Project Title : Barge Modeling in MOSESClient : -Role  Performing the Barge modeling for Barges HMC-MIZOHU and JMC 3331.  Lead the team of five engineers to prepare the Barge model for other 28 barges which Heerema Marine Contractors uses.Project Title : South Arne phase 3 DevelopmentClient : HESS Denmark ApsRole  Performing the Seakeeping and Stability analysis for transportation of North Jacket, East Jacket, North Topside, East Topside and Bridge.  Performing the Bollard pull calculation for same.Project Title : H-XYZ Feasibility StudyClient : Internal I&D ProjectRole  Performing Lift analyses of North Ninian jacket and Murchison jacket for different lifting conditions and checking the structural Integrity according to NORSOK Code.Project Title : North Rankin B (NR2) Redevelopment ProjectClient : Woodside Energy Ltd.Role  Preparation of the weight Control Report of the Substructure from the prepared SACS model and calculated non generated dead loads (NGDL).Project Title : Jack and St Malo SCR Recovery and InstallationClient : Chevron, USARole  Independent check of Recovery analysis for 20 inch and 10 inch risers and flowlinesProject Title : Block 31, PSVMClient : BP ExplorationRole  Installation analysis for 10 inch flowline.  Installation analysis for 1st end FTA.  Installation analysis for 2nd end FTA.  Installation analysis for 10 inch riser.  Performing a series of analyses with generation of simulation and exact replica of the sea-states to establish safe Flowlines, Pipe in Pipe and riser installation conditions.Project Title : Cascade and Chinook subsea developmentClient : Petrobras America Inc.Role  Static, Dynamic and Fatigue Analyses.  Abandonment and recovery analysis, weathervane analysis. 3
  4. 4. Project Title : Perdido SubseaClient : HMC, Netherlands for ShellRole  Normal Lay installation analysis for 10 inch GSPU flowline and 12 inch FBE SCR.  Installation analysis for 1st end PLET.  Installation analysis fro 2nd end PLET.  Static, Dynamic and Fatigue Analyses.  Abandonment and recovery analysis, weathervane analysis.  Flexjoint laydown analysis.Project Title : BHP Shenzi TLP Development, Gulf of Mexico, USAClient : BHP Billiton Petroleum Inc.Role  Design of grillage and seafastening of Living quarter during its transportation. Design of elements to transfer the loads to barge and its check using SACS and hand calculation. Preparation of design report.  Leading team members to meet the scheduled deadlines. Review of construction drawings.Project Title : Tombua Landana CPT, Mumbai South ICPRClient : VariousRole  Calculation of NGDL (Non Generated Dead Loads) and distribution of load in corresponding SACS model.The following activities were performed for the successful execution of the above projects - Understanding the client drawings, design basis and standards. - Interaction with the client/project engineer to sort out the queries and other project specific information. - Application of Codes and Standards like API, AISC, NORSOK, Eurocode 3 and usage of guidelines recommended by DNV, Nobel Denton etc. - Developing the MathCAD sheets and Excel spread sheets - Application of concepts of basic structural and mechanical engineering.Tools Used : SACS, Flexcom, MOSES, AutoCAD, MathCAD, MS office.Academic Qualifications: Percentage of Course Institution Year of Passing Marks B.Tech (Hons.) NIT Jamshedpur 87.3% 2006 (Mechanical) 10+2 Sadanand College, Nalanda 81.0% 2001 Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, SSC 81.0% 1999 Rajgir, Nalanda 4
  5. 5. Trainings:  6 months training in Principles of Naval Architecture from OERC, Mumbai.  1 Month training in Structural Analyses from Baroda University.  Training in “Customer is the king” at LTEES Vadodara.  Training in “Global Business Etiquettes” at LTEES Vadodara.Extra Curricular/Achievements  Assigned to Block-31 project team in Leiden, Netherlands to assist the project team in developing OIM for the vessel crew.  Lead the team for several projects.  Providing Technical training to trainee engineers.  Deputed to HMC Head Office at Leiden, Netherlands to work directly with the project team and assist them in project completion. Developed coordination between the two distant teams.  Project Coordinator at HMC India office. Responsible for on time delivery of work done in India office from the SIP (Subsea Infrastructure and Pipeline) department.  Project Coordinator of the HMC-ODC team in the Ocean Engineering Department of L&T e- ES.  Technical Training Coordinator for Ocean Engineering Department of L&T e-ES.  Joint coordinator for annual fest UTKARSE in college.  Organized and participated in various events in college.Personal Details: Name : ANIL KUMAR Father’s Name : Ramchandra Prasad Date of Birth : 23rd February 1985 Sex : Male Marital Status : Unmarried Nationality : Indian Language Known : English, HindiI hereby declare that above details are true to the best of my knowledge.DATE:PLACE: (ANIL KUMAR) 5

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