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November 12, 2017

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CURRICULUM VITAE

Mugur Victor NEAGU

**, ****** **** ****

Brentford, Middlesex

TW8 0RW

London, UK

Actual phone: 00 966 534353757 (KSA)

Home phone: 00 44 20 82328438 (UK)

Mobile phone: 00 44 78 68698582 (UK)

E-mail: ac29rd@r.postjobfree.com

Skype ID: mugurneagu

PERSONAL INFORMATIONS:

Date/Place of birth: 27.03.1969, PLOIESTI, Romania Civil status: Married, one child

EDUCATION:

• M.Sc. Mechanical Engineer, Oil and Gas University, Ploiesti, Mechanical and Electrical Faculty, 1988-1993 KEY COMPETENCIES:

More than twenty three years of experience in Piping Engineering and Project Management within oil and gas industry, encompassing the following activities:

• Scope of Work definition, conceptual design and FEED package preparation. Detail design packages for Gas projects, Refineries and Petrochemical Projects

• PMC roles for major Middle East Clients (KOC, NIOC, Takreer, ZADCO), involved in reviewing the FEED and the Enquire Packages, as well as in the Preparation for bidders, Bidding Evaluation and other activities during the EPC Phases

• Involved in design phases from FEED to Detail Design and Construction for Artificial Islands drilling and production facilities in Kazakhstan (AGIP Kco) and UAE (ZADCO), having various roles from Senior Stress Engineer, Lead Stress Engineer to Lead Piping & Layout Engineer.

• Tender package preparation and pre - qualification / bids analysis / selection of contractors.

• Piping Specifications and Procedures for different projects from gas plants to refineries and gathering facilities

• Managing position for Piping & Layout and Stress groups

• Project Engineer role (Interface Coordinator), involved in Authority and Permitting activities, coordinating the Supporting office, interfacing with Client and local authority bodies.

• Coordinating/Interface roles for more than 5 years, including but not limited to FAT (Factory Acceptance Test) Coordinator and Package Engineer, being responsible of coordinating all these activities, interfacing between disciplines, contractors and vendors

• Stress analysis and stress related activities for various projects (power plants, refineries, gas plants, LNG Plants, offshore facilities, etc.)

• Good exposure to execution, erection and maintenance of cylindrical tanks, columns, heat exchangers, separators, etc.

• Mechanical/Static Specifications and Procedures for various projects for both offshore and onshore facilities, upstream and downstream.

• Strong technical and practical abilities as well as supervisory skills. Pro-active team player, easy to integrate into multi-cultural environments. Resilient personality, calm and flexible, able and confident to work with minimum supervision, on multiple tasks. Easy learner. Good synthesis / reporting capacity. Cost conscious and results orientated.

• Good working knowledge of codes and standards relating to oil and gas industry DETAILED EXPERIENCE:

2017 April – Present: CH2M Hill, Al Khobar, KSA

• April 2017 to present: Lead Piping Engineer, PMC role for Saudi ARAMCO I am part of the PD & TSD (Project Design & Technical Service Division) supporting the Saudi ARAMCO GESC+

(General Engineering Service Contractors) to improve the quality of the deliverable produced for Client review, with all the technical expertise and know-how throughout the process of getting the project from the FEED phase to the construction phase. The actual ongoing projects are the ASL & AXL Truck Loading Facilities – Wasea Bulk Plant and the ASL Crude Oil Replacement Tank, both in the transition phase from FEED to bidding for EPC phase

Review and approve through the IDR (Inter Discipline Review) the contractors FEED/Detail design documentation which involved coordinating with the contractor, other disciplines, construction and the procurement department.

2011 April – 2016 July: AMEC International, Abu-Dhabi, UAE

• April 2011 to July 2016: Lead Piping Engineer, PMC role for ZADCO (Zakum Development Company) I am part of the PMT (Project Management Team) providing ZADCO with all the technical expertise and know- how throughout the process of getting the project from the conceptual phase to the production phase. The UZ750 Project scope consists of 4 new artificial islands, surface facilities (production, separation, compression, water treatment and disposal, accommodation, helipad, etc.), 239 km of pipelines and 145 ms of subsea cables, Brownfield projects associated to the existing facilities, in order to increase the production to 750 kbpd by 2015 by an optimum combination of Islands and WHPT’s production. I am involved in reviewing all piping and layout/stress related documentation from the FEED contractor, supporting the Company/Contractor into the ITT Packages for the EPC phase, including all qualification and clarification i s s u e d by the bidders. I was part of the ITT team for the Temporary Containerized Accommodation for 3 of the artificial islands, part of the Brownfield team, responsible for all the laser surveys, tie-ins, Brownfield works related to piping & layout, piping and valves integrity checks consolidator. From January 2014 I am also responsible of Coordinating the FAT activities, assuring the interface between Contractor, Vendors, TPI’s and COMPANY, keeping the FAT schedule up-to-date and managing the allocation of people to attend all the FAT’s on the project

From September 2014 the role of Package Engineer was added to my responsibilities, to coordinate all the packages related to a new scope added to the original project (drain pumps, water injection filtration package, chemical injection package, etc.)

From March 2016 the role of Pipeline Consolidator was added to my responsibilities, to close out all the outstanding engineering documents from both Engineering and Construction contractors, as well as from the associated Vendors

2009 July – 2010 December: WORLEYPARSONS Kazakhstan LLC, Atyrau, Kazakhstan

• July 2009 to December 2010 Lead Stress Engineer, NWKC Follow-on Project

I am coordinating the stress and support activities for completion and close out of Kashagan Development Experimental Program (KDPC Project). Activities covered by the position includes the finalization of the remain stress calculation, supports verification, the issue for implementation of procedures to answer to all Site TQ for Client or construction contractors for Onshore and Offshore projects on all stress/support related issues. Involved in stress, support design and piping activities for up-stream processes as Production wellheads, Flare line, Flare KO Drum, Chemical High Pressure Injection lines for Offshore Riser Island Complex 'A' and Offshore Drilling and Riser Island Complex ‘D’ for Kashagan Development Experimental Program, performing stress analysis and solving all piping engineering queries, according to international accepted standards and Codes (B31.3, API 6A, B31.1 ASME VIII, etc.). Also, involved in training activities for local people in material resistance, piping flexibility, span calculations, flange leaking calculation, etc. 2004 June – 2009 May: WORLEYPARSONS Europe Ltd., London, UK

• July 2008 to May 2009: Project Engineer for PETROM 2010 Vision Project, Romania Responsible for the WP Romanian office, coordinating in country activities, supporting WP communication with Client and other subcontractors. In charge with all Authority regulations and Construction permitting. The project consists in 7 units revamp, where the Hydrocracker and DGRS Units will be Greenfield one (total project value estimated to 1 billion Euros). Coordinating the workshare activities between the Home Office and supporting Offices

• September 2007 to May 2008: Piping/Mechanical Layout Manager for PETROM OSPS Project, Romania Coordinating the Piping group activities, issuing and checking Specifications/Procedures on the Project, responsible with man-hours estimates and scheduling Piping Group activities and deliverables, involved in layout design for all the modules within the Project, MTO estimations. Coordinating also the design and layout requirements of all the mechanical equipment such KO Drums, pumps, separators, tanks and flare towers,

• January to September 2007: Lead Stress Engineer for BG (British Gas) Tunisia Hannibal Sour Gas Project,

Responsible for issuing Stress related Specifications, Critical Line List, marking up P&ID’s with all calculations to be done (C1 criticality lines), supervising and checking the activity of other stress engineers, as well as reviewing the SDRS (Seller Document Requirements Schedule) for Spring Support, Struts and Piping Hangers to the designated vendor and calculating stress systems.

• August 2006 – January 2007: Lead Stress Engineer for Sakhalin II Project Responsible for MEG (Ethylene Glycole) area, Stabilizer Area and Booster and Overhead Compressors completion, including issue of Critical line list, coordinating the activity within the Stress group, signing-off checked iso’s, cross- checking of all calculation during the Audit process, etc. As part of the Stress team, I was involved in reviewing all the mechanical static and dynamic equipment data sheet, drawings, etc., liaising with the Vendors for approval of the nozzle stress allowable

• June 2004 – August 2006: Senior Stress Engineer

I was coordinating the stress and support activities for Offshore Riser Island Complex 'A', Kashagan Development Experimental Program, including high pressure piping, sensitive equipment, wind, blast and fatigue conditions, for Carbon, Stainless and Alloy steel.

Involved in stress, support design and piping activities for up-stream processes as Production wellheads, Flare line, Flare KO Drum, Chemical High Pressure Injection lines for Offshore Riser Island Complex 'A' and Offshore Drilling and Riser Island Complex ‘D’, for Kashagan Development Experimental Program, performing stress analysis and solving all piping engineering queries, according to international accepted standards and Codes (B31.3, API 6A, B31.1 ASME VIII, etc.).

I was working part-time on Sahkalin2 Project for Booster Compressor Area and Parking Loop Area, checking the compressor nozzles and signing-off isometrics. I was working part-time on South Pars 12 Project, doing Specification for FEED Package. Other projects being involved with: BG Tunisia Hannibal Project and Langeled Nitrogen Facility Project.

2004 February – May: Lead/Senior Piping Engineer, PARSONS International, Abu-Dhabi

• Reviewing the FEED and the Enquire Packages for TAKREER Condensate Storage Tanks, Ruwais Refinery, as well as the Preparation for bidders, Bidding Evaluation and PMC activities during the EPC Phases. Familiar with Client procedures and specifications, international accepted Standards and Codes (B31.3, B31.1, etc.).

2003 September– December: Piping Design Engineer, SNAMPROGETTI ROMANIA SRL

• I have worked as Piping Design Engineer for Melyssa Project, Lybia, performing piping layout, piping isometric and support and spring hanger design for piping systems in carbon steel and stainless steel, according to ANSI B31.4 and B31.8, for a Gas Station.

Familiar with:

- Piping specifications for different types of steel (carbon, alloy and stainless), for copper-nickel alloy, cement and annealed lines, RTRP (reinforced thermosetting resin & plastics) and many others;

- Calculation of underground pipeline between Gathering Centers and of anchor blocks;

- Support, steel structures and equipment drawings;

- Isometric drawings, P&I Diagrams, PTFD’S (pressure test flow diagrams), plan layout. 2003 May-August: Senior Stress Analyst, ABB Lummus s.r.o. Czech Republic (Brno Office)

• I have worked as Stress Engineer for Olefins II Revamp PKN ORLEN Plock Project, performing stress analysis and support and spring hanger design for piping systems in carbon and stainless steel, according to ANSI B31.3 and B31.1, using CAESAR II package.

2002 –2003 (March): Lead Design Engineer-Piping, PARSONS ENGINEERS Ltd. - KUWAIT

• Involved in Basic design activities for up-stream processes as Gathering Centers, Booster Stations and Desalination Plants, as well as in Construction Supervision for the on-going projects, performing stress analysis and solving all piping engineering queries. I have performed Front End Engineering Design (FEED) for one Gathering Center (Specifications and Drawings) and guidance for operating trouble shooting.

• Design and review separators and tanks according to Project requirements

• Review and approve the EPC contractors detail design which involved coordinating with the contractor, other disciplines, construction and the procurement department. Review of the Procurement phase documentation consisting of: Material Requisition package (MRQ), Technical Bid Evaluation/Cost Bid Evaluation, Purchase Orders for SMLS/SAW line pipes, fittings, valves, gaskets. Review and approve of Vendor’s print drawings. Evaluation and recommendation of the Contractor/Vendor’s concession requests, adjustment order requests

(AOR), prepare MTO for Tender check estimates. Review and approve of Inspection and Test Plans for the piping/mechanical related items

1998-2002: Piping Engineer/ Stress Analyst, WASHINGTON ROMANIA S.R.L. (former RAYTHEON E & C)

• From March 2001 to December 2001 I have worked for ABB Lummus s.r.o Czech Republic (Brno Office) for LYONDELL PO-11 Project, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, as Stress Engineer. From September 2000 to February 2001 I was in charge to co-ordinate the activity of small bore high temperature piping stress calculations for Ilijan 1200 Mw Combined Cycle Plant-Philippines. Have performed flexibility and stress analysis for piping systems in carbon steel, low chrome molly steel, stainless steel and BONDSTRAND (fiberglass pipe) with dimensions between 1-1/2 and 24 inches according to ANSI B31.1, B31.3 and BS 7159 for RATCHABURI Power Plant (Thailand), using CAESAR II package. Have performed stress analysis for high temperature piping systems for DAMHEAD CREEK Cogeneration Plant – USA.

1996-1998: Piping Engineer at SNAMPROGETTI spa-ITALY, Bandar-Abbas Refinery Project, IRAN

• Have performed first check of Test for Visbreaker, Asphalt Blowing, Distillation, Utility, Desalination, Hydrogen

& Hydrocraking Units concerning conformity with P&I Diagrams, piping arrangement and/or isometric drawings of all lines performed by Mechanical Contractors for Hydrostatic testing. Familiar with:

- Piping specifications for different types of steel (carbon, alloy and stainless), for copper-nickel alloy, cement and annealed lines, RTRP (reinforced thermosetting resin & plastics) and many others;

- Hydrostatic test procedures;

- Support, steel structures and equipment drawings;

- Isometric drawings, P&I Diagrams, PTFD’S (pressure test flow diagrams), plan layout. 1994-1996: Piping Stress Engineer, LITWIN ROMANIA S.A.

• Involved in flexibility and stress analysis for piping systems in carbon and stainless steel with dimensions between 2 and 36 inches according to ANSI B31.1 and B31.3 for NORSI KSTOVO Plant, using CAESAR II package; piping project and piping specifications for TUPRAS IZMIT Refinery-Turkey; involved in column internals for SULZER Chemtech-Switzerland, using AutoCAD Rel. 12. 1993-1994: Chief Field Engineer, PETROBRAZI S.A. (Refinery & Petrochemical Plant), ROMANIA

• Led 3 work teams (about 40 persons) in execution, erection and maintenance of cylindrical floating and dome roof tanks with capacity between 400 and 10000 CM, spherical tanks, columns (trays and vapor lines), heat exchangers in overhauling for units like Catalytic Reforming, Fluid Catalytic Cracking or Atmospheric and Vacuum Distillation; fabrication of piping systems for steam, boiled water and waste gases for Thermo-Hydro and Catalytic Reforming Units (according to Romanian Technical Prescriptions ISCIR, ASME Code Section VIII, ANSI B31.1 and B31.3.

COMPUTING SKILLS:

• CAESAR II (stress analysis), AutoCAD, PRO-PIPE (drawing 3D refinery plans), PRO-ISO, PV-Elite, NozzlePro, PDMS Design Review, Smart Plant Review, SPF, Ms Office Package (WORD, EXCEL, Outlook, etc.) and LOTUS.

LANGUAGE ABILITIES:

• English (fluent)

• Italian (good)

• French (good)

• Russian (notions)

OTHER ACTIVITIES AND INTERESTS:

• Registration Certificate (eligible to work in the UK)

• Driving license (B Category, since 1988)/Kuwait Driving License (B Category, since 2002)/Emirati Driving License (B Category, since 2011)/KSA Driving License (B Category, since 2017)

• UK Driving License (B/B1 Category, since 2005)

• “Practical Diploma of Commercial and Economic French” from Industry and Commerce Room, Paris (1996)

• BOSIET Training Course Certificate (2009-2013)/ T-BOSIET Training Course Certificate (2015-2019), Basic H2S Training Certificate (2015-2017)

TIME OF AVAILABILITY:

• Maximum 30 days, after the Contract signature

REFERENCE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST

DATE:

May, 2017



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