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Perth, Western Australia, Australia
October 01, 2016

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Name: Andrew Clive Godden

Postal Address: Unit 24/255 Adelaide Terrace, Perth, Australia, 6000

Contact numbers: AUS +61 (0-419-***-***


I am a successful, highly motivated and competent Commissioning Superintendent with great communication skills, who loves a challenge. With 30 years “hands on” experience in the oil/gas/petrochemical industries. Initially as a highly skilled time served coded pressure welder, through to Piping and Fabrication Supervisor, both onshore/offshore in Australia.

Commissioning area coordinator on BHP Billiton Ravensthorpe Nickel Project.

I continued as commissioning supervisor mechanical/piping in Thailand for Coogee Recourses, Montara Project.

Then on to Singapore as piping completions supervisor. I have covered a diversified field of projects, such as Gas plants, offshore maintenance, Refineries, Topside Commissioning, FPSO’s, Power Stations, QA/QC, etc.

I am a self-starter, experienced in working in difficult and remote locations and supervising operations to the highest standard.

I worked in North West of Australia on the construction of Apache Energy’s, Devil Creek Development Project, as the piping superintendent SMP

Previously working through Brunel Energy (Malaysia) to UGL Resources, in Malaysia Kuala Lumpur as fabrication superintendent overseeing structural and piping fabrication.

Also fabrication supervisor for CIMECO in Thailand for the FMG Solomon project.

I was the piping superintendent for Leighton on the Gorgon Project underground services.

Current position: Lead Piping Commissioning Engineer for SBM Offshore (Malaysia) on INPEX Ichthys Turret Project in Malaysia/Singapore and currently in South Korea.

Training, qualifications, certificates, licenses held or specialist knowledge

Swanbourne SHS Achievement Certificate

Apprenticeship 1st Class Welder Engineer at Fremantle Technical College

Welding Technology Certificate Practical and Theory 5

AS1796 CERT 3E

Pipe Fabrication Certificate

BSB40807 Certificate IV in Frontline Management

HUET: OPITO Approved Training Course ERG Expiry Date: 22/03/2010

Aviation Survival

Basic Sea Survival

Confined Space Entry

Working At Heights

Basic Fire Fighting

St John Ambulance Australia (WA): Senior First Aid Expiry: Sep-2009

Drive Safe Australia: Occupational Four Wheel Driving Issued: Sep-2006

Elevated Work Platform (WP) O.H.S. CERTIFICATE AUSTRALIA

MSIC VEP0008603


April 2013 – October 2015

Company: SBM Offshore

Job title: Piping Commissioning Superintendent/Engineer Lead

Name of project: INPEX Ichthys Turret Malaysia/Singapore/South Korea

$34 billion USD

Project details:

SBM Offshore supplied the turret and mooring system for the Ichthys LNG project FPSO off north-western Australia. Ichthys FPSO is a newbuild 335-m (1,100-ft) long vessel, stationed in 250 m (820 ft) of water in the Browse basin, 820 km (509 mi) south-west of Darwin. The turret has a diameter of 20 m, a height of 65 m (213 ft), and a weight of 7,000 tons. It accommodates up to 15 risers and will be designed for 40 years of operation without the need for disconnection. Ichthys LNG is a joint venture between operator INPEX and Total. Gas from the Ichthys field will be partly processed offshore to remove water and extract condensate. The gas will sent to an onshore process plant in Darwin via an 889-km (552-mi) subsea pipeline.


DSME yard Geoje, South Korea direct to Inpex with the Turret integration team overseeing 2 piping supervisors since May 6th 2015.

Malaysia then Singapore for 16 months overseeing 8 mechanical & Piping commissioning Technicians on a $500 million package.

Report directly to the Commissioning Manager, Mike Ellison and Project Manager Laurent Delcombel.

Preparation of Pre-commissioning and Commissioning documents, procedures and dossiers.

Develop Operational Test Procedures.

Carry out internal Document checks.

Reviewing Procedures and Specification.

Attending & witnessing FAT (factory acceptance test) of project equipment in France, Germany and the Netherlands as client representative.

Defining Systems and Subsystem for Pre-commissioning and Commissioning.

Develop Piping testing cleaning and Preservation Matrix and data base.

Review and define Piping Construction and Integration Scopes with Client.

Review/approve all test packs received from contractor.

Detail and organize all temporaries required for execution phase.

Prepare mark-up P&ID’s to define all piping system test pack boundary limits.

Prepare consumables and spares to support the commissioning schedule.

Advise commissioning Manager of any issues that may cause delays to RFC, commissioning activities or Hand Over.

Working with and ensuring TOTAL General Specifications and international codes are followed.

Develop Nitrogen/Helium leak testing work packs. Review/approve procedure and test packs and witnessing all system testing.

June 2012 – February 2013

Company: Leighton Contractors

Job title: Piping Superintendent

Name of project: Chevron Gorgon Project - Barrow Island – WA - $37 billion

Project details:

The project is developing the Gorgon and Jansz-Io gas fields, located within the Greater Gorgon area, between 130km and 220km off the north-west coast of Western Australia. It includes the construction of a 15.6 million tonne per annum liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant on Barrow Island, and a domestic gas plant with the capacity to supply 300 terajoules of gas per day to Western Australia. Leighton Contractors is delivered the civils and underground works on the project, including the delivery of all concrete works and underground services for the three LNG trains and off-plot utilities.


Oversaw 8 Supervisors & 6 Engineers on a $2.4 billion package

Reported directly to project Manager

Oversaw all underground services.

Logstor Carbon steel piping, HDPE, GRVE drainage, Fire water and Potable water.

Conducted daily supervisor meetings and weekly safety meetings.

Attended weekly Superintendent meetings and client progress meeting.

Scheduling all works.

Maintaining project specifications, ensuring the highest safety standards.

May 2012 – June 2012

Company: Transfield Worley

Job title: Senior Supervisor

Name of project: Woodside KGP Shutdown – Karratha Australia

Project details:

Transfield Worley Services (TWS) – the 50/50 joint venture between Transfield Services (ASX.TSE) and Worley Parsons (ASX.WOR) – had the contracts to provide brownfield project and maintenance services to Woodside Energy’s offshore gas production and onshore Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) processing facilities in Western Australia. Transfield Worley Services had the contract with a forecast turnover in the order of $100 million to provide maintenance and shutdown services to Woodside’s onshore Karratha gas plant and offshore facilities.


As the Senior Supervisor within a team of 8 supervisors I overseeing 4 shutdown crews.

Reported directly to shutdown Manager

Responsible for coordination of shutdown activities

Maintaining workmanship and quality

Encourage and enforce Woodside safety procedures and standards

January 2012 – March 2012

Company: CIMECO

Job title: Fabrication Coordinator

Name of project: FMG Solomon Project – Thailand - $3.2 billion USD

Project details:

Cimeco was awarded $200m (EPC) contract for engineering, procurement and construction of three primary crushing hubs for Fortescue's T155 project in the Pilbara, Western Australia. Fabrication of the three primary crushers was completed in Thailand.


Client representative overseeing all structural and piping fabrication on a $200 million package.

Working with contractor to improve and maximize productivity in the workshop

Maintaining and driving schedules to completions of work

Attend meetings and reporting progress weekly

Inspecting subcontractors facilities and credibility

Manage different cultures and religions

Liaise with site construction management and planning to maintain priorities

January 2011 – October 2011

Company: UGL Resources

Job title: Fabrication Superintendent

Name of project: Lampson Lynas Advanced Materials Plant Malaysia - $339.2 million

Project details:

UGL Limited provided engineering, procurement and construction management services for the Advanced Materials Plant in Malaysia. The Malaysian Advanced Materials Plant will be used by Lynas to process concentrate from its Mount Weld Rare Earths plant, located in Western Australia.


Overseeing Structural fabrication at Victor Buyck workshop in Seramban Kuala Lumpur on a $30 million package

Overseeing Piping Fabrication at AMC Piping Fabrication workshop in Kuantan Malaysia

Client representative overseeing all structural and piping fabrication

Company visits to perform evaluations/appraisals

Working with contractor to improve and maximize productivity in the workshop

Maintaining and driving schedules to completions of work

Attend meetings and reporting progress weekly

Inspecting subcontractors facilities and credibility

Manage different cultures and religions

Liaise with site construction management and planning to maintain priorities

March 2010 – December 2010

Company: John Holland

Job title: Construction Piping Superintendent

Name of project: Apache, Devil Creek Development Project – Karratha - $160 million

Project details:

The DCDP will recover and process gas reserves from the Reindeer gas field located approximately 80 kilometres northwest of the Port of Dampier. The scope of works, incorporating a significant volume of earthworks and civil construction, includes the construction of an onshore processing facility with specific capabilities in gas treatment/dehydration, condensate liquid stabilisation, storage and road loadout, gas compression and metering. An onshore pipeline will also be constructed along with a connection to the existing Dampier to Bunbury Natural Gas Pipeline.


Overseeing 6 supervisors and workforce of approximately 30.

Reported to the directly to construction manager

Responsible for work interface scope and planning

Manning levels and man hour estimating

Supervising personnel on work fronts

Maintaining and enforcing safety procedures and standards

Equipment estimating and purchasing

Liaise with various field supervisors and managers to co-ordinate work schedules

May 2009 – December 2009

Company: Energy Piping

Job title: Construction Supervisor

Name of project: Apache Varanus Island Onshore & Offshore Facilities

Project details: Maintenance Contract


Responsible for plant maintenance program for all Apache Energy’s Onshore and Offshore facility’s

Liaise with various field supervisors and managers to co-ordinate maintenance programs and upgrades schedules.

Daily and weekly activity progress reports for client.

Offshore Facilities: Harriet alpha, Bravo, Charlie, Sinbad, Campbell, Simpson A&B, Gibson, Victoria and Wonnich, John Brooks

Competent on the maintenance Today system to generate and sign off work orders, order and track MRER.

QA/QC inspection and documentation.

January 2009 – May 2009

Company: Wilsons Pipe Fabrication

Job title: QA/QC & Commissioning

Name of project: Apache Varanus Island Repair Project

Project details:

Varanus Island Gas Explosion repair project estimated AU$60 million damages to gas pipeline and Plant


Reported to project manager)

Supervising and Documenting all Hydrostatic Testing

Inspecting and witnessing completion of piping systems

Sign off packages & commissioning

QA/QC Inspection

September 2008 – November 2008

Company: Austen Maritime Services (Singapore)

Job title: Piping Supervisor/commissioning

Name of project: Jascon 25 Heavy Lift Pipe laying Barge

Project details:

Assigned by Coogee Resources to assist in completions of the Jascon 25 at Kim Heng Shipyard Singapore, to achieve scheduled completion dates for the Montara Development project. The jascon 25 is one of the first offshore Pipelay Barge built according to a new hybrid design philosophy. The barge has an 800ton capacity main crane with heave compensation, a dynamic positioning system, modular S-lay pipelay system, 1000sqm deck and accommodation for 355 personnel. This new 800ton capacity DP3 Pipelay Crane Barge was retrofitted, completed and christened at Kim Heng Shipyard in Singapore.


Overseeing Kim Heng Shipyard

Reported directly to Coogee Resources Project Manager.

Supervised the completion of all piping systems.

Co-ordinate interface issues with associated parties for construction completions.

Integrated with project construction, schedule and technical assistance for erection phases and drive completions through all disciplines toward handover and commissioning.

April 2008 – July 2008

Company: Powertech

Job title: Commissioning Mechanical and Piping Supervisor (Satahip Thailand)

Name of project: Montara Development Topside, Coogee Resources - $450 million

Project details:

Clough Thailand was contracted to construct and deliver Topside and Subsea manifold for the Monyara Development project. It consisted of a 4 level topside well head platform with crane, helipad total weight 700ton pre-commissioned


Supervising 4 mechanical/Piping commissioning technicians on a $26 million package

Reported directly to Project Manager.

Responsible for the installation of piping and mechanical package equipment.

Monitoring construction activities as client representative along with, quality control and Pre-commissioning.

Co-ordinate interface issues with associated parties for construction commissioning.

Responsible for mechanical, piping and completion of systems.

Ensuring all commissioning activities and targets are met.

November 2006 – March 2008

Company: Powertech

Job title: Commissioning Coordinator/Supervisor

Name of project: BHP Billiton Ravensthorpe Nickel Project

Project details:

Ravensthorpe Nickel Operations is a nickel mine and hydrometallurgical processing plant located 550 km south east of Perth, in the Ravensthorpe district of Western Australia. Powertech was contracted to complete all commissioning of the Ravensthorpe plant


Coordinator of mechanical and electrical commissioning of all plant equipment.

Integrate with project construction schedule and technical assistance for erection phases and drive completions through all disciplines toward handover and commissioning.

Coordinate interface issues with associated parties for construction commissioning.

Completion of work packs, test sheets, inspection test plan and turn-over packs to achieve targets.

Produce daily weekly and monthly reports.

More information and references available upon request.

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