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Desired Industry: Employment Wanted SpiderID: 15223
Desired Job Location: Lake City, Texas Date Posted: 8/30/2007
Type of Position: Contractor Availability Date: Any
Desired Wage: open
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: New Grad/Entry Level Willing to Travel: Yes, 25-50%
Highest Degree Attained: High School/Equivalent Willing to Relocate: Yes


Objective:
To achieve high standards which are set forth and necessary in the Oil and Gas Industry.


Experience:
Instrumentation/Process Control Professional
Thirty one years of experience in Construction, Maintenance, Pre-Commissioning, Commissioning, and Startup services for numerous types of projects. Experience includes
• I&E Superintendent • Ex-Pat
• Supervision • Consultant
• Client Rep • QAQC/Inspection
• Microsoft software system • Project Management
• Honeywell systems • Foxboro systems
• Client Representative • Vendor Relations
Strengths
• Skilled in establishing rapport and building long-term client relationships. Excellent problem-resolution
Skills; adept at assessing needs, communicating value and facilitating quality improvement as well as
a Highly positive attitude approach.
• Detail-oriented, organized, personable and enthusiastic leader with the ability to comprehend,
Coordinate and manage multiple projects while focusing on the overall scope.
• Demonstrate excellent communication and interpersonal skills and interface efficiently with production
and Engineering personnel, and vendors.
• Provided engineering solutions for process problems.
Industry Experience
Vast instrumentation and electrical equipment experience in the oil and gas, petrochemical and chemical production industries.
Project Management
• Supervised the installation of instrumentation and electrical equipment, calibration, loop checks, pre-
Commissioning and commissioning of the equipment installed.
• Supervised technicians during loop and control valve trouble-shooting and repair.
• Performed DCS set up, electrical starter/gear troubleshooting, repair and complete system function
Checks of new systems installed.
• Provided operations and maintenance training, supervised crews and managed project installations as
Well as incorporated new systems into running facilities.
• Performed project planning, scheduling, procedure writing and built instrument maintenance/history
Data systems.



Education:
Education
• State of Texas Electrical license #97201 - 2005
• NCCER Certified Instrument Technician # 1228720- 2001
• Del Mar College, Corpus Christi, Texas - 1994
Instrumentation 1 and 2
• Raychem High Voltage Training - 1987
• Del Mar College, Corpus Christi, Texas - 1984
Motor Controls 1


Affiliations:
Instrumentation/Process Control Professional
Thirty one years of experience in Construction, Maintenance, Pre-Commissioning, Commissioning, and Startup services for numerous types of projects. Experience includes
• I&E Superintendent • Ex-Pat
• Supervision • Consultant
• Client Rep • QAQC/Inspection
• Microsoft software system • Project Management
• Honeywell systems • Foxboro systems
• Client Representative • Vendor Relations
Strengths
• Skilled in establishing rapport and building long-term client relationships. Excellent problem-resolution
Skills; adept at assessing needs, communicating value and facilitating quality improvement as well as
a Highly positive attitude approach.
• Detail-oriented, organized, personable and enthusiastic leader with the ability to comprehend,
Coordinate and manage multiple projects while focusing on the overall scope.
• Demonstrate excellent communication and interpersonal skills and interface efficiently with production
and Engineering personnel, and vendors.
• Provided engineering solutions for process problems.
Industry Experience
Vast instrumentation and electrical equipment experience in the oil and gas, petrochemical and chemical production industries.
Project Management
• Supervised the installation of instrumentation and electrical equipment, calibration, loop checks, pre-
Commissioning and commissioning of the equipment installed.
• Supervised technicians during loop and control valve trouble-shooting and repair.
• Performed DCS set up, electrical starter/gear troubleshooting, repair and complete system function
Checks of new systems installed.
• Provided operations and maintenance training, supervised crews and managed project installations as
Well as incorporated new systems into running facilities.
• Performed project planning, scheduling, procedure writing and built instrument maintenance/history
Data systems.


Skills:
Gary E. Cartwright
Projects
Nov. 06 to Jan. 07
Instrument & Electrical Commissioning Superintendent - Petrobras/Cottonwood Project, Gulf of Mexico Supervised Instrument &, Electrical and Mechanical completion. Testing and check out of new process equipment into an existing gas producing platform. Conducted safety meetings, coordinated complete commissioning and check out of the new systems installed.
April 06 to Sept. 06
Instrument Commissioning Supervisor - BP/ Thunder Horse Project, Gulf of Mexico
Supervised commissioning crew, Facilitated group safety and punch list meetings. Planned and coordinated with other companies and vendors, Operations Coordinator, and the Kongsberg/Honeywell Board Operator. Performed internal logic checking/logic checks; completed systems check out for operational status pending startup.
Dec 05 to Mar 06
Instrument & Electrical Commissioning Superintendent - Amerada Hess Project, Geoje Island, Korea
Supervised the Pre-Commissioning, Commissioning and check out of a TLP. Tracked systems progress and coordinated between crafts and vendors.
June 05 to Nov 05
Instrument & Electrical Commissioning Supervisor/Step up Superintendent - BP/ Atlantis Project, Ingleside, Texas.
Supervised commissioning crew, Facilitated morning and punch list meetings. Tracked progress and kept manpower reports, Performed job planning. Coordinated with all other crafts, vendors, material’s handling and Step up Superintendent.
Nov 04 to May 05
Instrument Technician - Citgo Refining Corpus Christi Texas
Turnaround planning. Supervised pre-turnaround projects; coordinated with other crafts on projects and repair of all plant process instrumentation and process control equipment.
Jan 04 to May 04
Night Shift Instrument & Electrical Supervisor - Equistar Petrochemical, Corpus Christi, Texas
Worked directly with engineering on process changes and helped make the necessary changes to the plant control systems. Assured calibration changes were made and recorded. Resolved problems for operations, coordinated with plant personal, vendors and all contract companies on site. Check out of control systems for operations and night shift instrument support during startup.
Aug 04 to Oct 04
QAQC Inspector/Client Representative - Citgo Refining, Lemont, Illinois
Verified instrument installations, Verified testing of instruments, control valves, and new process control equipment being installed on a Gas compressor, vessels, exchangers and all related process equipment.
Conducted walk downs of process control equipment/systems using P& ID's and instrument installation details assuring plant compliance of the instruments and control systems being installed. Check out of the unit for correct operation of the systems installed. I.S.A.L. unit.
July 5-26, 2003
Lead Instrument Commissioning Technician - Trans Montaigne, Brownsville, Texas
Pre-commissioned seventeen miles of pipeline including, calibration of pressure transmitters, verified RTDs, pump flow indications, sump levels, pig launcher and receiver tube indications and loop checked back to the PLC rack. Powered up and verified correct operation of the sump pump starters. Powered up and checked rotation and set limits on EIM motor operated valves. Full Electrical check out and power up of three monitoring stations, made instrument and electrical changes as necessary for the client.
June 1-29, 2003
Lead Instrument Technician - Valero Refining, Texas City, Texas
Troubleshoot, repaired and checkout of problems on the gas compressor vibration system and control valves. Extensive checkout, repair, and calibration of the Sulfur Recovery Unit incinerator control systems and instrumentation. Checkout of new control loops installed on shutdown unit.



March 03 to May 03
Instrument /Electrical Technician - Oxy Mar Chemical Corp, Ingleside, Texas
Revamped a gas compressor vibration monitoring system. Systems interlock checkout, new control loops installations, field instruments, control valve calibrations and systems upgrades during a chemical plant shutdown.
September 02 to March 03
Start-up/Commissioning-Consultant/Inspector - Joint Venture Project; Quito, Eden Yuturi, Ecuador
Commission and start-up of three well islands and a 80,000 BPD processing plant. Checkout and startup of four 25 megawatt generators, QAQC, planning, scheduling, document control, field supervision, coordinate with vendors, technical systems checkouts, Instrument Inspection and start up with operations personnel. Ex-Pat position.
May 01 to September 02
Instrument Technician - Equistar Chemical Corp, Corpus Christi, Texas
Repair of all pressure, level, flow and temperature instruments. Extensive loop troubleshooting, control valve troubleshooting/repair and all plant related equipment. Assigned to future projects, planning and scheduling of new instrument loops and problem solving in bug farm area.
October 94 to May 01
Instrument/Electrical Technician - Diamond Shamrock Refinery, Three Rivers, Texas
Repair of all pressure, level, flow and temperature instruments. Extensive loop troubleshooting, control valve troubleshooting and repair of instruments from the field through the DCS on all plant related equipment. Assigned to multiple special projects, supervised installation of new control systems and control loops into existing units. Duties included planning, scheduling, all craft’s coordination, procedure writing, and operator training. Commissioning, start up and turn over of new systems installed. Supervised the complete check out of the Sulfur Recovery unit, pre-commission and commissioning of all the control systems including DCS control valve system setup.
Electrical preventative maintenance and repair of electrical switch-gear, motor control centers starters and associated electrical equipment inspection. Supervised the installation of new electrical gear, tie in and Run in of new pumps and blowers in service.
April 92 to October 94
Instrument Technician-Commissioning/Startup Tech - Oxy Petrochemical Corp, Corpus Christi, Texas
Revamp of unit control scheme, Coordinator between plant and check out personnel. Pre-commissioned, commissioned and start up of a revamped unit. Repair of all plant pressure, level, flow and temperature instrumentation under an area concept environment. Extensive loop troubleshooting, control valve troubleshooting and repair of instruments’ loops from the field through the DCS system on all plant-related equipment. Installation of new control systems and control loops into the existing units. Loop checked, commission, and turn over of new systems to operations.


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