Instrument Supervisor with 22 years experience


Last Updated: 24th June 2018 (over 4 years ago)

Address
United Arab Emirates

E-mail
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Phone Number
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Gender
Male

Age Range
35 to 44

Qualification Level
Degree

Languages
English, Indonesian

Summary

Dynamic and multiskilled team leader with solid technical knowledge acquired while working in the oil refinery, gas separation/processing and petrochemical industries. Exceptional planning skills with a keen understanding of how to coordinate construction, commissioning and start-up activities, as well as conduct plant maintenance to required specifications and target. Proven success in problem solving, developing creative approaches to diagnose complex issues. Skilled team leader, able to effectively coordinate multiple tasks and teams. Strong knowledge of several DCS, ESD, PLC and SCADA control systems, field instrumentation and control of major equipment such as complex network of gas compressor, steam turbine, boiler/heater and complex control system/safety system.

Education

Darul Ulum University
Bachelor of Engineering

   Apr 2008
— Oct 2012

BE in Electronics Engineering

Experience

ADNOC Refining
Instrument Supervisor

   Jan 2014
— Current

Key Achievements:
• Played a pivotal role as member of the commissioning team, accountable for initiating the largest crude distillation unit, carbon black, PDH and RFCC unit for a $10 billion refinery project.
• Seamlessly collaborated with licensor on mitigating catalyst loss in RFCC plant, as well as vendor for instrumentation reliability enhancement after signing of PAC.
• Worked closely with Yokogawa vendor under service order contract in design and implementation of first out logic.
• Saved $12 million by performing ESD and DCS functional test for RFCC unit/olefin and alkylation unit instead of awarding to EPC contract as part of an $865 million restoration project.
• Delivered support and supervision for the development of the UAE Nationalisation Programme.
• Acted as member of the incident investigation committee in overseeing technical problems impacting refinery operation, causing potential loss, and providing recommendation for improvement.

Responsibilities:
• Manage construction, pre-commissioning and commissioning activities on site, including scheduling and coordinating daily workflow for seven instrumentation technicians.
• Lead implementation of corrective and preventive actions to swiftly solve instrumentation faults and prepare preventive/predictive/corrective and breakdown maintenance documents.
• Initiate comprehensive reviews for existing systems through MOC (Management of Change), as well as functional design specification of DCS, ESD and MCM systems.
• Bring novel ideas to design drawings, including loop diagrams, instrument hook-up, termination diagrams and interconnection diagrams.
• Contribute to project and commissioning meetings with contractors, PMC, TPI and other departments to ensure projects are completed on time and within targets.
• Ensure installation and commissioning of instrument equipment strictly adhere to design requirements, such as control panels, ESD panels, chemical injection skid, field transmitters, control valves and PLC.
• Coordinate safety and toolbox meetings to ensure all work is conducted in line with approved health and safety regulations and procedures.
• Instrumental in highlighting training gaps while formulating client personnel training execution plans.

Qatar Petroleum
Instrument Supervisor

   Sep 2001
— Jan 2014

Key Achievements:
• Mitigated issues impacting refinery operation by effectively testing and calibrating field instrumentation and troubleshooting instrumentation-related problems.
• Demonstrated strong leadership abilities while overseeing seven technicians.
• Received the Mabrook Award for excellent performance and outstanding cost-saving contributions made.
• Delivered support and supervision for the development of the Qatari Nationalisation Programme.

Responsibilities:
• Scrutinised instrumentation drawings, such as P&ID, datasheet, logic, hook up, wiring and termination diagrams.
• Maintained strict attention to detail when assessing and implementing instrument Plant Change Requests (PCR).
• Established positive, professional relationships with clients, vendors and contractors during project meetings.

Satomo Indovyl Polymer
Senior Technician

   Feb 1998
— Aug 2001

Key Achievements:
• Increased productivity and decreased costs by $50,000 by upgrading instrument air dryer from conventional relay into automated PLC control.
• Made significant contributions in increasing company profit by performing modification in boiler control system.

Responsibilities:
• Oversaw commissioning and start-up activities, ensuring all jobs were completed within planned timeframes.
• Constantly identified bottlenecks for progress, diagnosing problematic faults and sourcing efficient solutions to troubleshoot analyser equipment, and fire and gas systems.
• Maintained compliance with occupational safety and health regulations when organising preventive, corrective, predictive and breakdown maintenance.
• Utilised technological knowledge effectively when orchestrating instrument-related modifications and conducting loop check and functional test of DCS and ESD loop.

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