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Manager Engineer

Sarnia, Ontario, Canada
January 08, 2017

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Megha Sharma, PMP, P.Eng • • (780) ***-****, Page 1 of 2

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Megha Sharma,

PMP, P.Eng

Summary of Qualifications

Leader with an engineering background

of over 10 years’ experience in

Reliability Engineering, Maintenance,

Operations, Turnaround and Project


Recognized for seamless transition and

integration of new management

policies, by building relationships and

value-added conversations with people

A delivery mind-set, backed by proven

track record continuous improvement

Strategic thinker; self-motivated;

performance driven

Lead multi-disciplinary teams through

collaboration & clear direction, in an

environment of conflicting & multiple


Upstream, midstream & downstream

experience. Experienced in both

conventional and unconventional

Experienced with complete project life-

cycle to enhance recovery and

production with focus on CAPex and

OPex reduction

Emphatic believer of safety as a core

value. Led Behavior Based Health and

Safety Initiatives

Strong communication, presentation

and negotiation skills

Multi-cultural and multi-national

experience. Work experience includes

locations such as Florida, Connecticut,

Texas, India, Calgary, Fort McMurray &


Tools, Processes

Lean Engineering

Kaizen, Value Stream Mapping


FEA Programs





Roles with progressively increased responsibility, Royal Dutch Shell, Sarnia, ON

Apr 2014 - Present

Assistant Production Unit Manager for a $1 mil/day Operation Delivered the first ever closed loop decontamination system (Total Installed Cost-TIC of $2 mil) for the Sarnia Refinery major Turnaround - on time, with Goal Zero on Safety and Environmental Compliance

Used skillful leadership and collaborative approach in a Union environment for positive engagement & delivery of work between Operators and the vendor

Used project management skills to put back on track turnaround pre-work that was delayed 1 week, which could have resulted in turnaround schedule delay

Operators and site leadership were pleased with the results to adopt the same strategy for future turnarounds

Production Unit Manager Back-fill & Reliability Focal Back-up for the refinery production unit manager, responsible for Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit, two Crude Units, Hydrocracker, Hydro-treater, & Catalytic reformer units

Spearheaded a culture of personal/process safety and environmental compliance within the production team (operations, disciplines and support groups), when site was challenged in those areas

Delivered a step change in “how we do business” during abnormal situations (unplanned outages) by driving safe and timely turn- over of refinery units back to operating mode, at the core of business

Used influential and leadership skills to change the culture of accountability in the teams, to drive increased ownership and continuous improvement within the production team

Revived the structured Reliability Programs at site (Mitigate Threats to Availability (MTA), Root Cause Analysis & Reliability Centered Maintenance-Living Program PM review)

Roles with progressively increased responsibility, Suncor Energy, Fort McMurray

Jul 2010 - Apr 2014

Maintenance Coordinator

Managed the maintenance execution team of three maintenance supervisors leading field-Foremen & Technicians to deliver preventative & corrective maintenance

Introduced a new system of Quality Control/Quality Assurance, with accountability shifting to the field worker and foremen, delivering a 20% cost savings in maintenance budget Led a C&P Improvement Project on standardizing non-commercial Ts&Cs as well as technical requirements for all Upgrader vendors Megha Sharma, PMP, P.Eng • • (780) ***-****, Page 2 of 2 10 Derby Lane, Sarnia, ON


Bachelor of Science (Engineering),

3.6 GPA (Honors)

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University,

Daytona Beach, Florida

Graduated 2007

Certified Project Management

Professional (PMP)

Women’s Career Development Coach,

Royal Dutch Shell

Leadership Wood Buffalo Alumni- 8

month Community Leadership

Program, Suncor Energy

ASME B31.3, 579, Section VIII, FFS-1

& 2, B-16.5, 16.47

Specialist Courses

Coke Drum Operation

Vibration in Industrial Systems

Reliability Concepts in Oil and Gas

Behavior Based Safety; Ground

Disturbance Level 1.

FlowServe Pump Operation Workshop

Non-Profit/ Volunteering

Art of Living; United Way Fort McMurray;

Leadership Wood Buffalo Member; New

Graduate Program; Health, Safety and

Environment Committee; Toastmasters;

APEGGA; City of Calgary; US Presidential


Reliability Lead, Suncor Energy, Fort McMurray, AB Managed the asset integrity team (four full-time engineers & two new-hires) for workload assignments, performance and attrition Increased unit reliability by 50% by implementing “back to basics” strategy, setting record for the best ever production quarters Led the investigation of many process safety incidents, one which was high profile with an economic impact of $180 mil. Presented findings to the Executive Vice President and implemented learnings and solutions

Led the TA Reliability & Maintenance team during a $500 mil TA Project Manager, Suncor Energy, Fort McMurray, AB

Managed the coker replacement project of 8 cokers from Design Basis Stage to Engineering Design Stage (TIC of $2bil CAD) & project team consisting of 20 members

Project Engineer, WorleyParsons (For Total E&P & REPSOL), Calgary, AB

Jun 2008 - Jul 2010

Project Total Installed Cost (TIC) of $4 billion, comprising of 8 million man-hours.

Delivered multiple smaller ($3 mil TIC) fast-paced projects (3 month delivery from initial design to delivery) consisting of well sites, pipelines, compressor stations

Designed and implemented the first smart-customization strategy of project delivery to cut down engineering costs by 20% Implemented the first lean delivery model (bolt-up approach) to reduce field time for construction by 25%

Reliability Engineer, General Dynamics, San Antonio, Texas May 2007- Jun 2008

Delivered safety critical integrity analysis of airplanes using Finite Element Analysis tools

Responsible for client bids preparation, schedules and manpower layout for the team

Design Engineer, Barnes Aerospace, Windsor, Connecticut 2005

Design and shop engineer for the very First Engine to Test (FETT) GEnx compressor case for Boeing’s 787 airplane

Prepared client bids and estimates for GE, Pratt & Whitney, Rolls Royce, EADS. Responsible for man-hour reporting

Research Assistant, NASA Kennedy Space Center, Florida Jun to Oct 2004

Analyzed and mapped cryogenic material properties for shuttle re- entry that led to the crash of STS-107 (Columbia Spacecraft). Findings and recommendations were then presented to the multi- disciplinary team for changes to be incorporated at the next STS 108 Mission

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