CV, UAE based Mechanical Engineer

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 16489

Skills keywords: commissioning, maintenance, maximo, overhead cranes, welding
Short Bio:

My name is Ahmed Raslan. I am a mechanical Engineer holding a bachelor degree. I have 13 years total experience in the oil and gas field including 7 years in GASCO UAE.

My key skills include:
- Maintenance and troubleshooting of static and rotating equipment
- Commissioning
- Welding and fabrication
- Maximo/SAP
- Maintenance and testing of overhead cranes
- Preparation and review of rigging plans for heavy lifting
- Offshore and subsea
- Shutdowns mechanical coordinator

Current location: United Arab Emirates - View on map
Nationality: Egyptian
Preferred Sector of Employment:  Oil, Gas and Energy, Manufacturing and Operations
Spoken languages: Arabic, english
Location I am interested in working: africa, Bahrain, cyprus, egypt, Iraq, kuwait, Malaysia, Middle East, Oman, qatar, saudi arabia
List the countires you have a visa to work in: egypt, United Arab Emirates

Qualifications & Training

Faculty of Engineering, Alexandria University
BSc. Degree in Mechanical engineering , Grade: good with 74.45 %
Graduation year: 2001


 Practical Studies at Bremen Institute of Industrial technology, University of Bremen, Germany.

 Autocad program level І.

 MIG and TIG welding technology.

 Liquid Penetrant Test (PT) level II.

 Magnetic Particle Test (MT) level II.

 Welding Technology and Metallurgy.

 Plant Inspection of In-Service Static Equipment.

 Codes and Standards involving API 1104, ASME 9, AND AWS D 1.1Concerns welding and welder qualification.

 Friction loss in pipe lines.

 Project cost control & Reporting.

 Mechanical seals in pumps & compressors.

 On Job Training (OJT) in Train III fractionation plant in Gasco Co.

 DNV training program: ISO 9001Quality Management System Foundation Course.

 DNV training program: ISO 9001:2008 Series Internal Quality Management System Auditor.

 Supervisory, Leadership & Management Skills for Supervisors.

 Performance Appraisal.

 ASME Process Piping.

 CAMS Assessor Course.

 Communication, Interpersonal & Team Building Skills.

 Time & Stress Management.

 Root Cause Failure Analysis.

 Asset Integrity Overview and Standards

 Hazards of Hydrocarbons

 Elements of AIRAMS

 Machinery Vibration & Condition Monitoring.

 PMP preparatory course.

Career Summary

Abu Dhabi Gas Industries Ltd GASCO
Employment: March 2008 till date
Position: Mechanical Engineer (Oct. 2013 – Dec. 2014)

 To ensure that all the plant and pipelines, rotating and static equipment are maintained, improved and/or replaced for optimum plant availability

 To conduct root cause analysis of equipment failures and non-scheduled shutdowns and recommend problem resolutions.

 To ensure effective utilization of the Maximo system in managing Maintenance and Breakdown activities.

 To compile/provide input for preparation of division/department Capital, Operating and 5 Year Plan budgets, and monitor/control expenditure.

 To participate in Risk Assessment exercises

 To enforce the implementation of Gasco Health, Safety and Environment Management System (HSE-MS) and also promote awareness of its use among all division and department personnel.

Position: Commissioning Engineer
(Nov. 2010 – Oct. 2013)

 Commissioning engineer for mechanical equipment (rotating and static) for new NGL train-4 construction (CAP. 48000mt/d)

 Lead a group of mechanical technician and supervisor to carry out MC walk downs and raise the punch list.

 Attend final inspection and box up of static equipment such as vessels-tanks-columns-heat exchanger

 Attend mechanical run test for rotating equipment such as fin fan coolers- FD blowers-pumps-compressors and join reliability team to measure the vibration/temp for NDE/DE for motor and equipment

 Attend final alignment for rotating equipment.

 Review equipment specs and ensure its coincidence with DGS (design general standard) and international standards

Position: Workshop Engineer
(Mar. 2008 – Nov. 2010)

 To follow up welding and fabrication activities for pipelines and fittings for sizes from 1/2″ to 62″.

 Coordinate major Maintenance and Project activities including LPG tank refurbishment, sulfur pit refurbishment, jetty refurbishment, loading arms removal and install back after overhauling, Mol. Sieve replacement for C2/C3/C4 treaters, Furnace re-tubing for convection and radiation section, etc

 Prepare train S/D material list, and follow up with S/D contractor the execution and progress of fabrication works within S/D period

 Follow up the inspection, certification and record maintenance of static/overhead and mobile lifting equipment, to ensure they meet Company and International Operating Standards.

 To ensure the timely availability of all tooling (special & hand tools) and to maintain the adequate inventory levels in the tool Store.

 To develop Scope of works for third party repairs for material and equipment and ensure that such repairs are performed to meet state of art standards and specifications.

Belayim Petroleum Company PETROBEL,
Date of employment: June 2002 to March 2008
Position: Mechanical Engineer

 Facilitate troubleshooting occurs in rotary equipments such as diesel generator and engines, gas generators, air compressors, gas compressors, all type of pumps, heavy equipment’s, turbo expanders.

 Study tenders’ technical and commercial offers and prepare comparison sheet and issue the relevant memo for approvals.

 Support creating new contracts special condition and scope of work.

 To follow up the inspection and maintenance rational programs (I.M.R) for the 60 offshore structures platforms.

 Coordinate and follow up the subsea and riser repairs for pipe lines by installing Plidco Clamps and Mechanical connectors.

 Follow up boat landing repairs and replacement.

 Plant maintenance of in-service equipment such as pipelines, vessels, Tanks, heat exchangers, furnaces, etc…

 Pipe line fabrication and welding utilizing SMAW, GMAW, GTAW.

 PSV/TSV overhaul, testing and calibration.

 Maintaining, repairing, and testing of all types of valves.

International crane factory (ICF)
Date of employment: Aug 2001 to June 2002
Position: Workshop Engineer

 Follow up the steel work fabrication of overhead cranes (Cap. 5 to 160 ton) Such as single/double girder, Gantry, Jib, Monorail.

 Follow up welding shop utilizing SMAW, GMAW, SAW.

 Insure the availability of material in warehouse

 Apply quality control in all production stages of produced cranes

 Support in continues improvement of overhead crane production

 Follow up the latest technologies related to overhead cranes

 Follow up the PM jobs for the machine shop such as lathe M/C, milling M/C, reciprocating sew M/C, etc. to maximize the machine reliability and availability.