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Electrical Engineer Power

Location:
Jakarta, Indonesia
Salary:
$7000/month
Posted:
March 24, 2020

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SEPTIANDRI KHALID

Mobile: +62-813-****-****

E-mail: adcfp1@r.postjobfree.com

Refah Residence no.16, RT.03/RW.05 Desa Sukamantri, Kec. Taman Sari, Kab. Bogor 16610 Bogor City, West Java, Indonesia

SUMMARY

+8 years working in FEED and Detail Design Engineering for Electrical Engineer of Oil & Gas Offshore/ Onshore/Floating facility Engineering Work, design optimization, developing and improving work process, and Engineering support/site clarification for construction/pre-commissioning activity. HIGHLIGHTS OF QUALIFICATIONS

- Performing good engineering design for offshore and onshore oil and gas production facilities by developing electrical design criteria, datasheet, specification, performing electrical calculation, reviewing and international code and standard, industrial standard and local government regulation

- Familiar International code and standard in designing electrical system such as API, IEC, IEEE, NEC, NEMA

, and NFPA

- Proficient in ETAP (Electrical Transient Analyzer Program) Power Station to perform load flow, short circuit, motor starting, relay coordination, and Transient and Steady State study.

- Highly proficient in Lighting software (Dialux) to perform illumination level calculation and improved efficient and reduced unnecessary number of lighting fixtures

- Familiar with Hazardous Area Classification to perform Hazardous Area Classification drawing, Identify and prepare Schedule of Electrical Equipment in Hazardous Area

- Familiar with power substation design such as E&I Building, electrical room with detail orientation and followed an international standard and code or project specification for clearance work space and position

- Good in Supervising and liaise with Designer for developing Electrical Drawing Design (Single Line Diagram, Substation cable, lightning protection and grounding, cable tray layout and etc.) that safety system and procedures have been followed and detail orientation furthermore counsel managers and principal engineer accordingly.

- Capable in Establishing interface communication with other discipline and various vendor for improving quality and technology of engineering design that available in market

- Capable in contribute for technical justification if any deviation from project specification and requirement

- Performing for proactive to follow up Deliverable Vendor electrical package from TBE till FAT in Vendor Workshop

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

EXXONMOBIL CEPU LTD, INDONESIA [APRIL, 2018 – PRESENT] Projects : Production Project of Field ExxonMobil Cepu Period : April 2018 – Present

Position : Electrical Engineer

SAIPEM, JAKARTA [SEPT,2012-FEB 2018]

ELECTRICAL ENGINEER

Projects : LNG Tangguh Expansion Project – Offshore EPCI. Period : February 2017 – February 2018

Position : Electrical Engineer

Client : British Petroleum

Project value : $ 150 Million

BP Berau Ltd known as COMPANY, is the operator of Tangguh LNG, a two train natural gas (NG) liquefaction facility in Bintuni Bay, Papua, Indonesia. The facility includes associated onshore infrastructure, two offshore platforms, pipelines and twelve wells. These facilities are the Trains 1 and 2 developments at Tangguh. COMPANY has initiated the Tangguh Expansion Project to commercialise the incremental resource into high margin gas markets based on a single LNG (liquefied natural gas) train expansion (Train 3). Tangguh Expansion Project will consist of new offshore facilities, including wellhead platforms and pipelines, and onshore development on the existing Tangguh brownfield site. The new onshore facilities will include one additional natural gas liquefaction train of a similar design and capacity to the existing trains, an onshore receiving facility (ORF), new LNG and condensate loading berth, additional boil off gas (BOG) recovery, utilities, flares and the infrastructure to support logistics and the associated increase in the temporary and permanent workforce. The Un-man facility Platform will consist of Well Head Control Panel. The power and electrical equipment contain but not limited to power distribution, essential and critical power, electrical protection and control, Electrical schematic diagram, Interconnection diagram, installation detail, Pre-Commissioning procedure, Commissioning procedure, electrical equipment selection, lighting and small power, cabling design, earthing and lightning protection including surge protection, electrical substations, hazardous area classification, and solar power system. The activity include inter discipline coordination, vendor document review, handle electrical technical vendor clarification such as Switchgear and MCC, power transformer, AC & DC UPS, Lighting Fixture, LV Power Distribution board, Solar Panel, and earthing and lightning protection. Handle mechanical vendor document such as HVAC, Motor package, crane, and mechanical package.

Projects : LNG Tangguh Expansion Project – Onshore EPCI. Period : August 2016 – January 2017

Position : Electrical Engineer

Client : British Petroleum

Project value : $ 3 Billion

BP Berau Ltd known as COMPANY, is the operator of Tangguh LNG, a two train natural gas (NG) liquefaction facility in Bintuni Bay, Papua, Indonesia. The facility includes associated onshore infrastructure, two offshore platforms, pipelines and twelve wells. These facilities are the Trains 1 and 2 developments at Tangguh. COMPANY has initiated the Tangguh Expansion Project to commercialise the incremental resource into high margin gas markets based on a single LNG (liquefied natural gas) train expansion (Train 3). Tangguh Expansion Project will consist of new offshore facilities, including wellhead platforms and pipelines, and onshore development on the existing Tangguh brownfield site. The new onshore facilities will include one additional natural gas liquefaction train of a similar design and capacity to the existing trains, an onshore receiving facility (ORF), new LNG and condensate loading berth, additional boil off gas (BOG) recovery, utilities, flares and the infrastructure to support logistics and the associated increase in the temporary and permanent workforce. Tangguh Expansion Project’s Electrical system is designed based on 33kV systems with no parallel generators to an external grid system (public utility) or other sources. Interconnection to existing Trains 1 and 2 power grid shallonly be performed on 33 kV level. No interconnection in other voltage level are available.The LNG Plant 33 kV main power distribution system can operate in island (independent) or integrated with existing Trains 1 & 2 network.Power Management System (PMS) is provided to facilitate the control, monitoring and data acquisition functions of the electrical power system of TEP LNG Plant.

Projects : FPU (Floating Production Unit) Jangkrik Complex Project – EPCI (Floaters). Period : March 2015 – July 2016

Position : Electrical Engineer

Client : ENI Exploration & Production

Project value : $ 1,114,429,553

Jangkrik Field is a gas discovery made in March 2009. It is located about 70 km from the coast, in the Muara Bakau permit area, Makassar Strait, offshore Borneo of Indonesia, at a water depth ranging from 250 to 500 m. To date, three exploration wells (Jangkrik- 1, Jangkrik-2 and Jangkrik-3) have been drilled. A Feasibility study, completed in July 2011, has led to the identification of the most attractive concept for development of Jangkrik Field. The selected concept is based on a subsea development with seven wells, full treatment facilities on a spread moored FPU and export line to shore at Sapi landfall. The power generation and the distribution systems provide all the electrical power for FPU during normal production, offloading and transit situations. They consist of two interconnected system which satisfy all electrical requirements for the Topside Process, Marine and Accommodation facilities.

The Marine HV and LV distribution system, comprising of one 6kV Essential Diesel Generator located in the Hull engine room and one 400V Emergency Diesel Generator located on the platform in Hull LQ area. The Marine Power Generation Equipment has been retained for use on the FPU as a back-up facility for the Topsides Power Generation Equipment and will also be utilized in Black-Start situations and when the gas is not available (e.g. transit, hook up, no production etc.). The topside system comprising three 6kV Gas Turbines Driven Synchronous Generator Sets located at Process Deck area. The topside power generation equipment has been retained for the use on the FPU during the normal condition. The two system are interconnected by means of the HV Essential Switchgear Projects : FLNG Abadi Gas Development Project – FEED Design Competition Period : February 2014 – February 2015

Position : Electrical Engineer

Client : INPEX MASELA

Project value : $ 1 Million

INPEX MASELA LTD has engaged CONTRACTOR to perform FEED Works under a “design competition” scenario for the Development of a FPSO vessel with an LNG plant known as “FLNG FACILITY” for the ABADI gas field located in the Masela Production Sharing Contract Block in the Arafura Sea in Maluku Province.

The FLNG FACILITY is designed to remain on-site for the entire design service life of thirty (30) years without need for dry-docking and for sales production capacity of 2.5 MTPA + within 10% of LNG comprising the following key elements:

Process Facilities;

Utility and Miscellaneous Facilities;

Hull;

Marine System Facilities;

Storage and Offloading Facilities;

Turret, Mooring and Swivel;

Living Quarters and Building

Electrical power is supplied to the power distribution system from three 23. 36 MVA gas turbine driven generators (GTGs). These are connected to the main 11 kV switchboard system consisting of two sections operated with the bus-tie closed. It is proposed that the essential power will be provided by two 7.3 MW Diesel generators that are connected to the essential 11 kV switchboard system consisting of two sections operated with the bus-tie open in normal running arrangement. The power distribution system includes a further two 11 kV switchboard systems, located on the forward side of the ship, extending the main and the essential systems. These 11 kV switchboard systems each consist each of two sections operated with the bus-tie open in the normal running arrangement. All 11 kV switchboards are interconnected via cable circuits. The system operating frequency is 50 Hz. The vessel positioning thrusters are fed from the main 11 kV switchboard that also supplies the largest motor driving the BOG compressor. The offloading pumps are all connected to two 6.6 kV switchboard systems supplied via 3.15 MVA transformers from the main and the essential 11 kV systems .The remainder of the process, utility and vessel loads are supplied at low voltage at 400 V or 230 V. These loads are connected to switchboards supplied through step down distribution transformers. Projects : FPU (Floating Production Unit) Jangkrik Complex Project – FEED Design Competition Period : September 2012 – January 2014

Position : Electrical Engineer

Client : ENI Exploration & Production

Project value : $ 1,114,429,553

Jangkrik Field is a gas discovery made in March 2009. It is located about 70 km from the coast, in the Muara Bakau permit area, Makassar Strait, offshore Borneo of Indonesia, at a water depth ranging from 250 to 500 m. To date, three exploration wells (Jangkrik- 1, Jangkrik-2 and Jangkrik-3) have been drilled. A Feasibility study, completed in July 2011, has led to the identification of the most attractive concept for development of Jangkrik Field. The selected concept is based on a subsea development with seven wells, full treatment facilities on a spread moored FPU and export line to shore at Sapi landfall. The power generation and the distribution systems provide all the electrical power for FPU during normal production, offloading and transit situations. They consist of two interconnected system which satisfy all electrical requirements for the Topside Process, Marine and Accommodation facilities.

The Marine HV and LV distribution system, comprising of one 6kV Essential Diesel Generator located in the Hull engine room and one 400V Emergency Diesel Generator located on the platform in Hull LQ area. The Marine Power Generation Equipment has been retained for use on the FPU as a back-up facility for the Topsides Power Generation Equipment and will also be utilized in Black-Start situations and when the gas is not available (e.g. transit, hook up, no production etc.). The topside system comprising three 6kV Gas Turbines Driven Synchronous Generator Sets located at Process Deck area. The topside power generation equipment has been retained for the use on the FPU during the normal condition. The two system are interconnected by means of the HV Essential Switchgear PT. Singgar Mulia Enginner, Jakarta Indonesia [Jan, 2012 – Aug, 2012] Electrical Engineer

Projects : Kakap Booster Compressor Project – Brown Field Project Period : January 2012 – August 2012

Position : Electrical Engineer

Client : STAR ENERGY LTD.

Project value : $ 50 Million

The electrical power source for Kakap Booster Compressor Project was utilized the existing source of 4.16 kV AC three (3) gas turbine generators and 415 VAC emergency diesel generator. The power was distributed through MV Switchgear, LV Switchgear, LV MCC, and distribution board. Electrical motor of small pumps and other small loads, the power was taken from existing of LV-MCC. Other contractor used and shared the same existing LV-MCCs for their low voltage loads or creating new LV-MCCs for larger capacities of LV- loads and new MV-MCCs for their own medium voltage loads. Kakap Booster Compressor shall consider new equipment ( Booster Compressor ) in the Electrical Equipment Layout and power system study.

JV Worley Parson - Gunanusa Utama E&C, Jakarta Indonesia [Jan, 2010 – Dec, 2011] Electrical Engineer

Projects : Bongkot Field Development Phase 4 Offshore Project – EPCI Period : December 2010 – December 2011

Position : Electrical Engineer

Client : PTTEP THAILAND

Project value : $ 200 Million

The facilities at GBS field mainly comprise of four structures, which include the Wellhead Platform South (WPS), the Flare Platform South (FPS), Quarter Platform South (QPS) and the Processing Platform South (PPS). The Processing Platform South (PPS) at the Greater Bongkot South field has a capacity of about 350 million cubic feet of gas and 15,000 barrels of condensate a day. The gas from the field is exported to the PTT grid via a newly built spur line. The condensate is exported to the existing floating, storage and offloading (FSO) vessel at the Greater Bongkot North field, located about 80km away in the north.

Projects : MH South Re-development (Phase II), ICP-R Process Platform Project – EPCI Period : January 2010 – November 2010

Position : Electrical Engineer

Client : ONGC

Project value : $ 350 Million

Oil and Natural Gas Company (ONGC) has expanded the Mumbai High South field consisting of the transportation and installation of the ICP-R platform and ICP-F3 tripod part of Mumbai High South Re-Development phase II. H2Offshore Engineering B.V. scope of work includes project engineering support and grillage and seafastening design for the following platform components:

Module Support Frame;

PGC Module;

Turbo Generator Module;

Building Module;

Separator Module;

Bridge.

The ICP-R platform is located in the Mumbai High South field (India) in a water depth of approximately 76 m. Gunanusa Utama E&C, Jakarta Indonesia [Sep, 2009 – Dec, 2010] Electrical Engineer in Management Training (MT) Program Main responsibilities:

During MT Program, I am involved for learning Engineering, Procurement and Construction phase with rotation in several departments: Engineering, Production Engineering, Procurement, Fabrication, HSE, QC, and QA Department. In each rotation, I make final report which related issue in each department and presentation final report in front up Project Management Team (PMT) Guna Nusa.

INTERNSHIP:

Practical Training Power Generation & Transmission Chevron Pacific Indonesia [Oct, 2008 – Dec 2008] TECHNICAL SKILLS

ETAP Power System, Dialux, Luxicon, Microsoft Office 2003 & 2007, PDF Professional.

Familiar with International code and Standard in Electrical Design System : IEC, IEEE, NEC, NEMA,NFPA, and API

Familiar with Hazardous Area Classification to perform selection equipment in Hazardous Area. EDUCATION & PERSONAL DETAILS

Andalas University, Indonesia [Sept, 2003 – Dec, 2008] Bachelor degree on Electrical Power Engineering (GPA : 3.14 of 4.00) Nationality : Indonesian

D.O.B : 15-Sept-1985

Passport No. : B2861588

TRAININGS/ COURSES

ETAP POWER SYSTEM (UPGREID)

In-House Protection Relay (saipem)

In-House ETAP Power System (Saipem)

In-House English Course Training (Saipem)

In-House Electrical Hazard (Saipem)

In-House First Aid Training (Guna Nusa)

In-House Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment (Guna Nusa) Language

Speak Read Write

Indonesia Fluent Fluent Fluent

English Good Good Good

MEMBERSHIPS

Member Indonesia Electrical Community, Indonesia

Member E&I EPC Engineer, Indonesia



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