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Serial No: 17520

Skills keywords: metering
Short Bio:

I am currently a working as a Metering Tech offshore in the North Sea. I have 10 years experience and have worked on a number of different installations. I have worked on various different types of metering systems and equipment. I am looking for new opportunities to continue to develop my career.

Current location: Scotland, United Kingdom - View on map
Nationality: British
Preferred Sector of Employment:  Oil, Gas and Energy
Spoken languages: english
Location I am interested in working: Anywhere


Qualifications: Modern Apprentice in Instrumentation/Metering

HNC Process Control

SVQ Level 3 Instrumentation

SVQ Level 3 Metering Measurement

SVQ Level 2 Instrumentation

NC Engineering Practices

NC Multi-discipline engineering

Training Courses: Offshore Survival Training

MIST Training

Hazardous Area (EX Course)

Daniels Chromatograph Course

Emerson 3-day Metering Course

Emerson Micromotion Coriols Training Course

Daniel Turbine meter training

Parker A-loc fittings course

Employment History

April 2005 – Present – Metco Services

August 2003 – March 2005 – ECITB Modern Apprenticeship

Jan 2009 – Present – Total Elgin Franklin

I am responsible for performing maintenance on offshore metering systems. This includes monthly maintenance and also fault finding. I have also been involved in commissioning of new equipment Including:

• Commissioning Coriolis metering systems replacing turbine metering.

• USM metering of gas systems upgrade

• Commissioning of Daniels chromatographs

• Commissioning of Innov H2S analsyers.

June 2008 – Dec 2008 – Exxon St Fergus gas terminal

I worked as part of a metering team to perform general maintenance of the Gas terminal at St Fergus. As well as this some procedure writing was also carried out. Work was performed on a variety of Equipment including:

• Orifice Plate measurement

• Turbine Meter measurement

• H2S analysis

• Chromatograph

• Sampling Systems

April 2007 – May 2008 – Ad-hoc work (various North sea platforms)

I performed an Ad-hoc role for Metco working on many different offshore platforms in the North Sea maintaining metering systems and upgrade projects. As well as this I provided metering technician cover at St Fergus and Theddlethorpe gas terminals. Some time was spent in various client offices performing procedure and drawing reviews of work packs and P&ID’s.

April 2005 – March 2007 – Conocophillips Judy Platform.

I continued my modern apprenticeship in an offshore environment learning from both the metering Technician and the instrument technicians to complete my SVQ level 3’s in instrumentation and Metering. This took approximately 1 year after which time I worked as part of the Metering and instrument team maintaining the platform instruments and metering systems.

September 2003 – March 2005 ECITB Modern Apprenticeship (OPITO)

I attended Aberdeen College as the first part of my apprenticeship to gain the required qualification needed for my career in the offshore oil and gas industry.


• Maintaining metering systems including oil, gas and water systems

• Maintaining Analysers Including H2S analysers, Moisture analysers, CO2 analysers and chromatographs

• Confident on various metering measurement systems including Ultrasonic Meters, Orifice plates, Coriolis Meters and Turbine meters.

• Working on various sampling systems

• Working on various different supervisory systems and flowcomputers

• Working from drawings and P&ID’s

• Commissioning of new metering systems and analysers

• IT Skills including Microsoft Office, Word & Excel