Achieving Goals, Delivering Results
KING'S QUAY - FPS DELIVERY MANAGER
DALMATIAN SUBSEA PUMP
LEATHERWOOD WELL PAD - PERMIAN
MEDUSA & FRONT RUNNER
FREEPORT INDONESIA COPPER MILLING
April 2019 to September 2020
Murphy aquired this project from LLOG in June 2019 when engineering was almost complete and Hyundai Heavy Industries began cutting steel almost immediately after handover to Murphy. Worked with HHI and the engineering firms to resolve issues, advance the project and apply Murphy's operating philosophy in required areas, minimizing impact to cost and schedule.
February 2018 - February 2019
Brought into the project to help get it over the finish line. The subsea pump allowed the Dalmatian Field to increase production with minimal impact on the host facility and minimal capital costs for Murphy Oil.
February 2017 - February 2018
Project Manager for new development by Murphy Oil in the Permian. The Leatherwood Well Pad and Facility were located north of Midland and had four horizontal wells with ESPs.
February 2015 - February 2018
Served as Senior Engineering Advisor for Murphy's Eagleford Shale Developement. Mentoring young engineers, running small projects and upgrades, performing engineering analysis on issues and incidents.
March 2009 - June 2014
Project Manager for the development of the Dalmatian Field at DeSoto Canyon blocks 4 & 48. The project featured long oil and gas flow lines and umbilical tying back to the Chevron Petronius platform.
September 2005 - December 2008
Facility Engineer for the operator during the design, fabrication, commissioning and start-up of this deepwater facility located in Mississippi Canyon Block 734.
Project Manager for review of process control and process safety system and resulting upgrade projects to correct issues and opportunities found in review at both facilities. Participated in morning conference calls to review daily reports for electrical, instrumentation and automation issues.
January 2000 - December 2003
Lead Control System Engineer for the design, construction, commissioning and start-up of the Nakika Platform located in Mississippi Canyon 474 in the Gulf of Mexico. This included on-site commissioning in Hyundai's yard in Ulsan South Korea and Kiewit's yard in Ingleside, Texas.
March 1995 - December 1998
Engineer responsible for the design and programming of the facility control system. Responsibilities included sizing, selection, and specification of all control valves, preliminary sizing of all meter systems, architecture of multi-processor PLC/HMI system, design of all PLC
related control panels, interface to electrical motor control centers and third-party vendor systems, development of SAFE chart logic, direction of an integrated team of programmers and operations personnel, writing of operations manuals, and commissioning and start-up
of the facility.
January 1994 - March 1995
Control System Engineer for design of PLC systems for copper milling facility in Irian Jaya, Indonesia. Responsibilities included design of PLC and DCS panels, I/O assignments, allocation and management of DCS interface, programming and supervision of other programmers and documentation of all programming. Then transitioned to Control System Engineer for installation, commissioning, and start-up of copper milling facility in Irian Jaya, Indonesia. Responsibilities included checkout and commissioning of all control systems including electrical motor control centers, Foxboro DCS system and PLC controlled systems, implementing design changes and corrections in the field. Project
start-up was accomplished six weeks early.