Jerry Colin Hussain(416) ***-****
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Scarborough, ON M1W 2V1
Directed process engineering activities and initiatives as senior supervisor completing successfully over 50 million USD worth of projects in the Petrochemical, Oil and Gas and Energy Related Industries. Typically projects related to Revamp of World Scale Plant Feasibility Studies and Implementation of Studies on project completions met client approvals.
Extensive process engineering experience in leading and executing projects mainly in the petrochemical industry and related oil and gas industry. Achieved success through:
Communicating effectively with both technical and non technical individuals leading to the selling of ideas/solutions and gaining “buy in”
Engineering problem/issue identification, root cause and alternative solutions analysis and decisive action to bring resolution
Project/task/resource planning, organizing and execution to optimize productivity and meet deadlines/budgetary objectives.
Providing people leadership through team building, training and motivating the team to work in unison towards desired goals/objectives
Position Company Location Year-Year
Process ColtEng Corp., a division Sarnia, Ontario 2008-2009
Specialist of WorleyParsons Canada Canada
Analyzed and made changes to PIDs, PFDs, LDTs, Equipment Data Sheets, as well as filled instrumentation lists for the Edmonton Corefco Project in 2008 (an upgrade of 18 Plant Units used to produce cobalt and nickel with solid fertilizer as a byproduct from ore coming out of the Caribbean island of Cuba). Project prematurely closed and awaited Canadian Immigration Application resolution; filed in 2009. Returned to Canada as Landed Immigrant in 2010.
Revised drawings, reviewed technical reports and leveraged expertise in engineering systems and procedures for major Sarnia refinery projects to champion increased efficiency and safety as it relates to equipment emissions and feedstock impurities, such as sulfur content in oil sources.
Researched brown field projects in the Sarnia Shell and Suncor industries, developing Basis of Design and Calculation sheets documentation; reviewed drawings, vendor documentation and safeguarding drawings as a checker; and completed HAZOP recommendations as required.
Senior Process WorleyParsons Trinidad Port-of-Spain 2006-2008
Engineer Limited Trinidad W.I.
Provided process engineering support to the Structural Lead Engineer on a British Gas, Gas to Liquids Plant project including completing HAZOP, PID, Line List and isometric drawing checks to the 2006 Carapal Unit installation in Central Trinidad in the West Indies.
Implemented process for the development of letdown stations spanning flare and pressurized storage in the main for an island wide natural gas distribution project for The National Gas Company of Trinidad and Tobago to prevent previous unsafe atmospheric venting of both gas and liquid hydrocarbons (components of natural gas feed) through existing Pressure Relief valves and recover heavy hydrocarbon liquids for processing in downstream industries.
Senior Chemical Yara Trinidad Limited Savonetta 1977-2006
/Process Engineer a division of Norsk Hydro Trinidad W.I.
Collaborated in meetings as senior process engineering lead / supervisor with plant production managers on revamp projects designed to improve production levels and/or plant efficiencies.
As a process engineer, spearheaded the project to recover 450 gallons/minute of water using a process condensate stripper and recovery unit at the Yara Ammonia Plant in 1997.
Worked towards preventing a risky investment by completing studies to improve plant operation and uncover an unfeasible equipment add-on in the Tringen 11 (KBR designed) Ammonia Plant of 1986 vintage (Tringen 11 nameplate capacity is rated at 1500 tonnes per day).
Promptly changed and implemented a revised operations procedure to steer Tringen 1 from a total shutdown in 1992 as a result of a poor million dollar purchase of an HT Low Temperature Shift catalyst that almost destroyed the plant when an uncontrolled fire raged in the catalyst bed.
Completed several smaller projects on time and profitable to the company (projects ranged in size from $US50K to $US600K).
Worked outside of normal hours as a production on-call coordinator (six week rotation roster) to keep the plants online and to avoid disastrous operations and/or unscheduled plant shutdowns.
EDUCATION and TRAINING
Bachelor of Applied Science in Chemical Engineering, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
A select few of courses completed:
Strategic Project Management Certificate, University of Richmond (USA) 3-part series completed in the Caribbean in 2003
Completed an OSHA 501 course, as well as a HAZOP Leaders Training Course that introduced the concepts of Hazard & Operability Studies (HAZOP) (1995-1997)
Continual ASPEN Plus 11.2 Engineering Software Training (1996-2002)
Applied Combustion Technology Centre for Professional Advancement Chicago USA (1979)
Association of Professional Engineers of Trinidad and Tobago (APETT)
American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE)
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