CV, Canada Based Project Engineer Seeking Work in Middle East

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 18025

Skills keywords: mechanical engineering, package engineering, project engineering
Short Bio:

Good mechanical engineering, management and leadership skills; broad knowledge and experience in the industrial Oil Sands Preparation Plants & Mining; Strong presentation and communication skills,and experience with clients from the heavy and light industries and academic sectors; International experience and exposure to different nationalities; focused to work in the Middle East; advanced language skills (Hindi, English); advanced computer skills (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, outlook, autocad)

Current location: Calgary, Alberta, Canada - View on map
Nationality: Indian
Spoken languages: english, Hindi
Location I am interested in working: Australia, Middle East
List the countires you have a visa to work in: canada, India


 Master of Applied Science (Mechanical Engineering, Major) ♦ Dalhousie University – NS, Canada (2009)

 Bachelor of Technology (Mechanical Engineering, Major) ♦ Uttar Pradesh Technical University – India (2006)

 Master Thesis: Method for Reduction in the Start-Up Time of a Bubbling Bed Boiler Combustor

 Bachelor Thesis: Solar Split Refrigerator based on solar energy utilization as a source of energy

Career Summary

I have more than 5 years of mechanical engineering work experience in three different industries such as EPCM (Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Management), R&D Consulting services for power plant and pre-biomass combustion and Manufacturing of Electrodes. Presently, I have successfully contributed to accomplish the completion of the two big projects of oil preparation plants (MLMR for Syncrude & KEP for Imperial Oil) and involved in the design phase of the third project. In the previous company, I worked on three projects to analyze the combustion characteristics of bio waste to be utilized in the power plants and

 5 Years of work experience in the field of Oil Sand and Energy Sector

 P. Eng. application is completed and in review process with APEGA

 Master’s and Bachelors degree in Mechanical Engineering

 Highly motivated, disciplined, resourceful and can perform task independently with minimum or no supervision.


Supplier of Row Material Handling Equipment’s, Plants and System for Mining in the area of Oil and Sand
Mechanical Engineer May 2012 to till date

 Involved in the Oil Preparation Plant projects for clients such as Syncrude (MLMR), Imperial Oil (KEP) and CNRL (SPP Train 4&5). The worth of these projects is more than 2 billon dollars.

 Package lead for Oil Sand facility equipment such as Process and Utility Compressor Skids, Instrument Compressor Skids, Inflatable Seals, Air Handling Units, Supply Fans, Unit Heaters, Hydraulic Bumpers, Fire and Motorized Dampers.

 Successfully issued RFQ’s (request for quotation), RFI (request for information) & RFD (request for deviation)

 Drafted P&ID’s, pipeline layout drawings, isometric sketch and reviewed line designation tables (LDT’s).

 Assisted in the preparation of piping packages for ABSA registration such as AB-96, AB-41, AB-83 and AB-81

 Approved the hydro test or pneumatic test for the pressure piping and participated in the HAZOP study.

 Reviewed vessel/receiver drawings, ensured the pressure vessel design and welds as per ASME Section VIII Div. 1 and Section IX respectively. Pressure vessels are accepted with A-stamp and repair outside Canada with R stamp.

 Reviewed and commented required vendor drawings such as GA, Cross Section and Lifting Lugs.

 Prepared mechanical equipment lists, plant lubrication schedules and equipment datasheets for client.

 Performed calculations to verify capacity of compressor, lifting lugs etc.

 Edited the material handling guidelines for some of the heavy material handling equipment’s.

 Attended FAT and inspected the equipment to ensure client and regulatory bodies requirements are aligned.

 Visiting site for inspection and troubleshooting of equipment installed directly or indirectly related to the packages.

Research and Development Company in the area of energy
Project Engineer June 2010 to January 2012

 Designed and assisted in the fabrication of Torrefaction pilot plant scale equipment.

 Managed a project to study the combustion characteristics of the sewage sludge waste within the BFB boilers.

 Conducted experiments and studied methods to utilize different composite fuel using incineration technologies.

 Planned, Scheduled and achieved the desired outcomes of the project under supervision.

 Participated in the waste fuel indoor pit organization, fuel shoveling and transportation arrangements.

 Measured and analyzed flue gases and obtained results are verified with the EPA standards.

 Performed boiler efficiency calculation and reported self-sustain combustion of different composite fuel

 Recommended suitable incineration process for the combustion of waste fuel.

 Developed harmonious relations with clients in order to achieve customer satisfaction.

 Supervised a technician and successfully fabricated a designed system.

 Scheduled man power hours and achieved the project on time and within budget.

 Identified the issues of the power plant boiler and suggested corrective action to resolve the plant issues.

 Reviewed the control philosophy for a plant power and analyzed the plant combustion system.

DALHOUSIE UNIVERSITYAcademic institution focused on tradition, innovative thinking, and research Nova Scotia, Canada
Research Associate & Teaching Assistant January 2008 to March 2009

 Conducted literature survey for supercritical water gasification facility and handled project procurement.

 Designed a supercritical water gasification process as an active member of the team.

 Conducted experiments on fluidized boiler and performed flow measurements and pressure control methods.

 Conducted tutorials and laboratory for courses: Energy Conversion System and Engineering Design I.

 Designed a pressure vessel for Supercritical water gasification system at laboratory scale

Small Manufacturer and distributor of electrodes and electric arc welding sets
Production Engineer June 2006 to June 2007

 Managed inventory by coordinating production requirements with sales and inventory.

 Led product quality control programs; allocated staff by assigning jobs according to production requirements.

 Analyzed inventory methods to achieve 20% reduction in waste.

 Participated in the marketing and sales of the electrodes and welding sets.

 Successfully coordinated the production with the demand and placed inventory orders accordingly.

 Performed technical and commercial evaluation before purchasing parts such as bearings, motors, thermostats etc.

 Supervised a construction site to establish a manufacturing plant, tasks includes dealing with suppliers, technician, procurement and bulldozer scheduling.