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Richar Henriquez - Electrical Engineer For Oil & Gas Facilities.

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 18315

List top 5 skills: construction, engineering, project managment
Short Bio:

BSc. in Electrical Engineering with more than 8 years of experience in oil & gas industries, skilled to work on: commissioning and start-up of electrical and instrumentation systems related to: Gas Compression and Power Generation Plants. Experience on managing of EPC projects from conception to implementation, according to planning and management requirements for safe execution with predictable costs, schedule and quality.

Current location: 

Venezuela / Maturin - View on map

Nationality: 

Venezuelan

Preferred Sector of Employment: 

Oil, Gas and Energy

Spoken languages: 

english, spanish

Locations I am interested in working:

Anywhere



Qualifications

• BSc: Universidad del Zulia, Venezuela, Sep 2005.
Title: BSc. in Electrical Engineering. GPA: 14/20.

• MSc: Universidad Nacional Experimental Politecnica “Antonio José de Sucre”, Venezuela, currently on Thesis development.
Title to obtain in 2015: MSc. in Electrical Engineering.

Career Summary

General Skills and Accomplishments:

• Project Management techniques according PMBOK 5th edition of Project Management Institute.

• Knowledge of International Standard as NETA, IEEE, NFPA, API, IEC, NEMA, ASME.

• Computational packages as: Windows, Office and AutoCAD.

• Knowledge of software application for simulation and operation of gas/diesel engine as Caterpillar and Waukesha and gas compressors as Ariel, Dresser Rand, Cameron.

• Basic notions to programming using: LabVIEW 2011, Allen Bradley RSLogix 5000, RSView, Visual Basic, and simulator applications as ETAP Power Station, Multisim 11, CircuitMaker and Simulink.

• Knowledge to configure protection relays using Enervista, General Electric.

• Taking and basic analysis of infrared thermograph on electrical equipment as: generators, motors, breakers, contactors, power lines.

• Team Player. Notions about techniques of leadership, motivation and workgroup integration.

• Willingness to work on both office and field operations.

• Engineering School of Venezuela, member N° 170444. ISA member N° 33176959.

Feb 13 to present
Position: Infrastructure Superintendent.
PETROLEOS DE VENEZUELA, S.A. / PDVSA GAS.
Reports to: Jose Lara, Technical Manager (+58 426-5828184).
Responsibilities: Head of department for managing of EPC projects from conception to implementation related with gas compression plants; analyzing, troubleshooting, and refurbishing of existing infrastructure elements for optimum utilization, also, provide advice on technical support for design, installation, commissioning, start-up and operation of gas compression equipment as reciprocating-compressors, turbine-compressors, fire & gas detection and safety instrumented systems and power systems in oil & gas industries.

Highlighted activities:

– 2013-2015. “Increasing of Compression Gas Facilities in Anaco” Project. Project Coordinator of EPC Projects for installation of 06 Reciprocating Compressors and facilities in different Gas Compression Plants located in Anaco, Anzoategui State, Venezuela:

o Installation of 20 MMSCFD 60 psig for increasing in Santa Rosa II Gas Compression Plant. (23MM$ USD)

o Installation of 5 MMSCFD 60 psig for back-up in Quiamare Gas Compression Plant. (8MM$ USD)

o Installation of 5,7 MMSCFD 60 psig for back-up in Mata R Gas Compression Plant. (5MM$ USD)

o Installation of 5 MMSCFD 60 psig for increasing in Santa Ana III Gas Compression Plant. (7MM$ USD)

o Installation of 40 MMSCFD 250 psig for back-up in Santa Rosa Recat Gas Compression Plant. (13MM$ USD)

Jun 09 to May 13
Position: Instrumentation & Control Supervisor.
PETROLEOS DE VENEZUELA, S.A. / PDVSA GAS.
Reports to: Luis Basantes, Technical Support Superintendent (+58 424-9252130).
Responsibilities: Head of department to provide advice in the areas of: electrical, instrumentation and automation control systems for procedures related to: design, installation, commissioning, start-up and operation in oil & gas industries for equipment as: internal combustion engines, reciprocating compressors, gas turbines, power generators, electric motors, PLCs, SCADA, fire & gas detection and safety instrumented systems.

Highlighted activities:

– 2012. “Gas para Generación de Potencia GPGP” Project. Commissioning and Start-up Engineer for electrical equipments and power system, Compression Plant Capacity: 63 MMSCFD, 02 engine-generators (1000kW @ 480Vac each), 01 propane electrical-compressor (500HP @ 4,16kV with soft starter) and gas treatment systems, located in Cabrutica District, Orinoco oil belt, Anzoategui State, Venezuela.

– 2011. “Respaldo de Compresión RECAT” Project. Commissioning and Start-up Engineer for electrical and instrumentation equipments and power system, also, review and approval for engineering design. Compression Plant Capacity: 60 MMSCFD, located in Santa Rosa Complex, Anzoategui State, Venezuela.

– 2010. “Jusepin 120 Project”. Commissioning and Start-up Engineer for electrical and instrumentation equipments and power system, also, review and approval for engineering design. Compression Plant Capacity: 120 MMSCFD, located in Furrial District, Monagas State, Venezuela.

Jul 06 to Jun 09
Position:Technical Support Engineer.
EXTERRAN VENEZUELA, C.A.
Reports to: Mario Gutierrez Head of Reliability Department (+593 99 296 5410).
Responsibilities: offer support for operation and electrical maintenance on gas compression and power generation areas, working with equipment as: electrical motors, gas/diesel engine-generators, turbine-generators and reciprocating compressors, which were used by ExterranTM team locations in Venezuela. Develop skills about designing and operation on electricity, instrumentation and automation areas for gas compression equipments and for commissioning and start-up performance. Additionally, teach training to the new staff of the company about electrical systems equipments.

Highlighted activities:

2007. “IPF Process Barge of Corocoro” Project, located offshore in the Gulf of Paria, Venezuela:

– Design, installation, commissioning & start-up for control and power systems for 01 Skid reciprocating compressor 2 MMSCFD driven by a 250HP electric motor.

– Design of start-up and operation procedure for the electrical equipments (compressor, pumps and generators) installed on the IPF process barge, also, participation on the commissioning and start-up for those equipments.

– Wiring signals checking and control loops for the BSCS PLC and SIS PLC, and cooperation in the design of some screens for the Scada by the use of Wonderware Intouch 9.5 software.

Jan 06 to Jan 07
Position:Electrical Projects Engineer
CONSTRUCTORA J.G.C. C.A.
Reports to: Jonathan Cardenas, General Manager (+58 424-7492118).
Responsibilities: make calculations for the logical design of: one line diagram, power and control systems, lighting system, telecommunications systems, grounding and lightning protection systems and fire protection system. Also, be an external counselor for electrical construction design.

May 06 to Jul 06
Position:Solid Control Technician.
KMC OILTOOLS DE VENEZUELA S.A.
Reports to: Lenin Velasquez, Operation Supervisor (+58 265-6315547).
Responsibilities: Installation, operation, and electrical maintenance of equipments for solids control (shakers, centrifuge pumps and hydrocyclones) used in drilling operations for removing solids particle from the lubricated mud for being reuse without making damage to the drilling hole and to the pumps equipments. Those activities were done on the GP-25 drilling barge located offshore in the lake of Maracaibo, Zulia State, Venezuela.

Aug 05 to Oct 05
Position:Interne of Electrical Engineering
PEQUIVEN, CLORO-SODA PLANT, EL TABLAZO COMPLEX.
Reports to: Eli Fuenmayor, Maintenance Coordinator (+58 261-7909156).
Responsibilities: select the new control, protection and distribution equipments for power systems at 480Vac level which will replace the obsolete equipments. Also, offer support on calibration and installation of control systems for the transformer-rectifiers which supplies 180.000 amperes dc to the electrolyzers used into an electrochemical process to produce caustic soda and chlorine by the use of brine.

Mar 05 to Apr 05
Position:Interne of Electrical Engineering
UNIVERSITY OF ZULIA, DEPARTMENT OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS.
Reports to: Luis Rojas, Head of Department (+58 261-75987186).
Responsibilities: make calculations for the logical design of telecommunications networks and grounding protecting systems for one location in the faculty of engineering of University of Zulia, the electrical canalization and telecommunications network were designed by the use of Autocad 2005 software.

Training Courses • SAP MM Basic Workshop. 16 hours, Nov 2014, Petroleos de Venezuela, S.A., Venezuela.

• ASME B31.3 Design, Manufacture and Inspection of Process Piping. 32 hours, Oct 2014, National Traning Center, Venezuela.

• Economical Evaluation of Oil & Gas Projects. 24 hours, Mar 2014, Petroleos de Venezuela, S.A. Venezuela.

• Grounding and Bonding of Electrical Systems. 14 hours, Oct 2013, Educational Program Innovations Center EPIC. Edmonton, AB, Canada.

• Testing, Commissioning and Start-up of Electrical Systems. 21 hours, Oct 2013, Educational Program Innovations Center EPIC. Edmonton, AB, Canada.

• Project Management Professional, Workshop (PMBOK 5th ed) for PMP certification. 40 hours, Jun 2013, Catholic University Andrés Bello. Venezuela.

• Dynamic Equipments Reliability. 24 hours, May 2013, Petroleos de Venezuela, S.A. Venezuela.

• Seminary of New Technical Tendencies. 08 hours. May 2013, Rockwell Automation. Venezuela.

• Drive Safety. 16 hours, Feb 2013, Petroleos de Venezuela, S.A. Venezuela.

• Control Valves Maintenance. 40 hours, Nov 2012, Global Management de Venezuela. Venezuela.

• Functional Safety and cycle life of Safety Instrumented Systems. 40 hours, Aug 2012, R2M Reliability and Risk Management, S.A. Venezuela.

• Project Management Workshop (PMBOK 4th ed). 24 hours, Jul 2012, Boge Consultores, C.A. Venezuela.

• Engineering and Maintenance of HIMA Systems (Hiquad), SIS and Fire & Gas Application. 24 hours, Jun 2011, MCI Controls, S.A. Venezuela.

• Seminary of New Technical Tendencies. 08 hours. Apr 2011, Rockwell Automation. Venezuela.

• ISA Automation Week, Technology and Solutions Event. 24 hours, Oct 2010, ISA, Houston, USA.

• Operation & Maintenance of Power Plant with Gas Turbine-Driven Generator Set. 56 hours, Jun 2009, Exterran Venezuela, C.A.

• Operation of Oil Analyzer Machine – Motor Check. 16 hours, May 2009, Exterran Venezuela, C.A.

• Hydrogen Sulfide H2S Risks. 08 hours, Jul 2008, ATESI, C.A. Venezuela.

• ETAP Power Station version 5.5.6. 32 hours, Jun 2008, ETAP Power Station S.A, Venezuela.

• Gas Engine Technologies Dresser/Waukesha. 40 hours, Mar 2008, Exterran Venezuela, C.A.

• Grounding System for Electronics Installation, Electric Equipment and Telecommunications. 40 hours, Mar 2008, CODELECTRA, Venezuela.

• OMI 1.13. First Aids Basic. 16 hours, Jan 2008, Fundacep-INEA. Venezuela.

• OMI 1.19. Safety of Life at Sea. 16 hours, Jan 2008, Fundacep-INEA. Venezuela.

• OMI 1.20. Fire Protection Basic. 24 hours, Jan 2008, Fundacep-INEA. Venezuela.

• OMI 1.21. Personal Safety and Social Responsibility. 24 hours, Jan 2008, Fundacep-INEA. Venezuela.

• Root Cause Analyze. 24 hours, Aug 2007, Global Management, Venezuela.

• Valves and Packing. 16 hours, Aug 2006, Hanover Venezuela, C.A. Venezuela.

• Gas Compression and Load Balance. 40 hours, Aug 2006, Hanover Venezuela, C.A. Venezuela.

• AUTOCAD. 110 hours, Mar 2006, INCE, Venezuela.

• Virtual Instrumentation with LabVIEW 6.1. 34 hours, Jul 2005, University of Zulia. Venezuela.

• Strategies of First Aids for Petrochemical Risks. 08 hours, Apr 2005, CEEF. Venezuela.

• Operation of Industrials Process Controllers. 08 hours, Apr 2005, CEEF. Venezuela.

• Supervision of Industrials Process. 08 hours, Mar 2005, CEEF. Venezuela.

• Industrial Instrumentation, Plant Operator. 08 hours, Mar 2005, CEEF. Venezuela.

• Operation of Smart Transmitters. 08 hours, Feb 2005, CEEF. Venezuela.

• Planning and Reconstruction of Secondary Distribution Systems. 16 hours, Jun 2003, University of Zulia. Venezuela.

• Maintenance, Assembling and Repairing of Computers. 48 hours, Oct 2002, CENPRO. Venezuela.