Electrical Technician

Last Updated: 30th October 2018 (over 4 years ago)

United Kingdom


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Age Range
55 to 64

Qualification Level
HNC/HND/City & Guilds



• Good knowledge of O&G industry standards and safe practices
• Experienced Electrical Technician in installation, commissioning and maintenance of Low and Medium voltage electrical equipment including equipment certified for use in Hazardous Areas
• Flexible, adaptable and a key member of the team with good learning ability and enthusiasm for promoting change
• Fully accustomed with all the documentation/drawings that are required during the construction and commissioning phases of projects, including the compilation of functional test procedures required for project completion systems
• Experience of Permit to Work Systems; Safety Audits; Task Based Risk Assessments, Safety Management Systems Accustomed to permit to work and task risk assessment generation including ISSOW electronic permit system
• Experience in performing and the follow-up of Electrical Punchlists and be proactive in the Punchlist clearance process performed on a variety of Petrochemical & Industrial installations including offshore hook-up and commissioning of oil and gas facilities in the UK and abroad


Longlands College of Further Education, Middlesbrough, England
Electrical / Electronic Technicians

   Aug 1972
— Aug 1976

• City and Guilds of London Institute:
Electrical / Electronic Technicians Part 2 certificates
• Northern Counties Institute:
Electrical / Electronic Technicians Final certificate


BP Oman; Khazzan CPF & GWES
Senior Authorised Electrical Person SAEP

   May 2017
— Current

Senior Authorized Electrical Person (SAEP): supporting Tri-party inspections prior to Mechanical Completion, Bi-party inspections with BP Operations prior to SH-1 acceptance on CPF and Gas / Condensate Export flowlines. Equipment includes, Metalclad Distribution Systems MDS, Ring Main Units RMU, VFD driven ESP water production wells, 33kV OHL distribution network, 33kV GIS, 3.3kV, 415V Schneider switchgear, UPS Inverter and Charger systems.

Shell Pacific Enterprises
High Voltage Specialist

   Feb 2015
— May 2017

To support the delivery of the Asset Readiness Activity Plan, Work Areas (Utilities, Storage & Loading, LNG and Upstream) Implementation Plans and Commissioning & SU Plans of Prelude FLNG Project. Duties include but are not limited to HSE, quality, facilities procedures / work-instructions development, construction & commissioning completion walk downs.
A residential role, integrated into the Inlec Group High Voltage Team in order to develop and implement complex reconfigurations of the extensive HV Electrical Distribution System in the form of HV Switching programs and Single Point HV Motor Isolations coordinating with Commissioning and Start-up work completion schedules. Coach and assess Core Crew Inlec Technicians according to project Electrical Safety Rules and Electrical System Operation Philosophy directly related to HV/LV Operating Principles. Attain Australian nationally-recognized certificate for HV Competency following training course attendance and assessment.

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