Fernando Acuña A.
Location: Madrid – Spain
Mobile: +34 188.8.131.520
PMI No. 6525553
Senior Project Control (PSM / PMI )
- Systems Engineer (Industrial / Systems), PSM University / Barcelona - Vzla. / Register & Authorized in Spain.
- Computer Science Technology, Institute of Technology Isaac Newton/ Barcelona. SUMMARY:
Abstract in functional Role
- PMT / PMC: 8.5 years (Refinery Upstream / Downstream).
- Coordination: 5 years (Government – Relationship).
- Engineering: 7 years (Home Office).
- Construction: 9 year (Refinery – Up & Downstream). Companies:
Worley Parson,TR, FLUOR Spain, PDVSA Vzla, SINOVENSA (CNODC/ PDVSA), MITSUBISHI, Procegas, PETROZUATA (ConocoPhillips/PDVSA), Inelectra / Arco, Phillips & Dit Harris & Canam Enterprise).
Countries & Cultures involved:
Kuwait, Emirates Abu Dhabi, Canada, Argentina, Spain, Chile, Brasil, China & Venezuela. Skills and Abilities / Core Competencies:
Evolved in multicultural project, Ability to effectively communicate with Clients, top management and project teams.
Leadership, Busines analysis, Schedule analysis, Risk Analysis / Managements, General knowledge of construction methods and practices and well-versed in planning and scheduling software (Primavera) and CPM application, Commercial Construction, Critical path monitoring, trend analysis and delay recovery identification, Ability to adapt to evolving to industries trends, Development of integrated cost and schedule reports, Key Performance Indicators. Senior Project Controls, with over 23 years of experience in Projects / Project Controls activities in Oil & Gas sector (Upstream, Downstream, and Offshore) & Petrochemical Industries. Background includes solid knowledge, interaction with Engineering sections, Procurement
(Follow Up), Construction, Operations and Drilling. Trained in other sections for personal and professional growth.
Nationality / Citizen:
- Spain - European Community
RELEVANT EXPERIENCE / OVER 23 YEARS:
CFP ADNOC, Refinery Ruwais – Abu Dhabi. (Oct 2020 – Ongoing). The Crude Flexibility Project (CFP) in Ruwais includes the upgradation of the current units at the Ruwais refinery-west complex situated in the most distant west of Abu Dhabi. Work includes modifying existing units in order to process 420,000 barrels a day (b/d) of offshore crude ADNOC invests 3.5B to upgrade refining capabilities and maximize Value for Abu Dhabi and the UAE In 2018, ADNOC announced plans to diversify the feedstocks it processes. The US$ 3.5 BN (AED 12.8 BN) CFP upgrade initiative is a core driver of ADNOC Downstream’s 2030 smart growth strategy. The project will increase the value ADNOC derives from every barrel of oil, both by boosting refining margins and by leaving more high-value Murban crude available for export. Major structural elements, notably new fractionators, atmospheric residue desulfurizer reactors, Reformers more than 20 compressors as relevant equipment also more than 2 Million ID involved in the construction face.
Position: Senior Project Controls (IPMT / PMC).
GT5 Project, MAA Refinery Fahahell – KUWAIT. (Mar 2017 – Dec 2019). KPNPC Kuwait, Execution of the 5th Gas Train (GT5) and facilities update at Mina al-Ahmadi Refinery, it s EPC lump sum turnkey aprox (US$ 1,400 million), with 48 months of schedule. KNPC is fully controlled by the Government owned KNPC.
Position: Senior Project Controls.
Gasco, Package 3 – ABU DHABI. (Feb 2016 - Dec 2016). UAE. GASCO is a joint venture with the participation of ADNOC, Shell and Total. This project is part of the ADNOC program to produce 400 MMSCFD (million cubic feet), the contract has an approximate value of (US$ 700 million) with 40 months of schedule. It has been awarded on a lump sum turnkey (EPC). Position: Senior Project Controls.
North West - CANADA / Red Water Partnership in Edmonton. (Feb 2015 - Dec 2015). EPC Lump Sum Turn Key (Downstream) project which includes Engineering – Procurement – Construction/Commissioning for the Unit 50. Investment of around (€ 385 million). Position: Project Controls Coordinator.
Project Package 1 – ABU DHABI – Gas Gathering System (Upstream). (May 2012 - Nov 2014).
(EPC LSTK)/ Abu Dhabi – United Arab Emirates / Al Hosn Gas (Joint Venture ADCO & Occidental), Investment of (US$ 498 million) approximately.
Position: Project Controls Lead.
Project Repsol Catagena - Spain Refinery C-10 Expansion. (Mar 2007 - Jun 2009).
(EPC LSTK)/ C10 – Cartagena Spain Expansion of the Repsol Cartagena Refinery. 110,000 bpd, Fluor scope consists of program management support for the entire project, FEL, FEED and EPCM for revamps, utilities, offsites and ancillary units. (US$ 4,5 billion). Position: Project Controls Lead (PMC).
Project Mariscal Sucre Offshore Venezuela. (Nov 2005 - Feb 2007). Negotiation offshore (Delta Oriental Caribbean) Global Investment (23 billion US$). Initial study for project with Mitsubishi, Statoil & Chevron. Drilling field, platform of services, Gas pipeline, modules of dehydration. Investment US$ 3000 MM in 5 years. Position: Advisor Project Controls Department (PMT). Project Orimulsión - Sinovensa (PDVSA) Vzla - China. (May 2003 - Nov 2005). Negotiation (CNODC / PETROCHINA FUEL and PDVSA), (US$ 1 billion). Drilling wells, Construction of “PAD S”, Production facilities, Gathering stations, Dehydration - Desalination, Treatment and injection of production water, Compression and Handling of gas, 220 Km pipeline, Field facilities, New tanks of 500 MMbls and Revamping tanks. Position: Advisor Project Controls Department (PMT). Project VEHOP Extra Heavy Oil Project" / Phase III (Upstream) – Vzla / USA. (Feb 2000 - Jul 2001). Negotiation - (Strategic Associations PDVSA / Conoco Phillips) (4,5 billion US$). Scope: Venezuelan corporation (50.1% COP participation), Production, transport and transformation of Extra Heavy Crude Oil (EHCO) into synthetic crude oil. 35 year operating life (700 wells), Gross reserves of 1.6 Billion Bbls, EHCO production of 120,000 BPD (plateau). Position: Project Controls Eng (PMT).
MAIN ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
As PMC / PMT & Main Subcontractor:
Study and understanding off relevant documents and conditions pertaining to the project.
Defining clearly primary job objectives at project and departmental management levels by highlighting schedule and cost requirements.
Joint Planning as well Schedules coordination and supervision with the Client, colleague and subcontractor.
Provides guidance, direction, and specialized assistance for the resolution of difficult project control problems.
Supervises the implementation of Work Breakdown WBS; project coding structures for control and integrity of work to be performed as defined by the contract.
Review and approval Progress and validate in from subcontractors.
Review Integration of Overall progress EPC & cost control according to lump sum contract.
Review of Progress Measurement System (PMS) Procedure.
Approval the final Schedule
Analyzes, evaluates, and forecasts current status against an established baseline schedule.
Prepare deviation Analysis and develop delay mitigation strategies & Forecast as well as KPI
Review Certification / Register Construction.
Review Weekly and Monthly report
Prepare and consolidate the status including all sub-projects and consolidate in Operation Report.
Coordinate carryout “Schedule Risk Analysis” of the EPC SCHEDULE based on the Monte Carlo Model using Primavera Risk Analysis software.
Follow up project schedule including critical path activities.
Organizing and directing the activities of the project control team. CONFIDENTIAL
Consolidate the requirements of minimum exports, the company should produce, to reach the goals set down by the national executive. (Relationship Government).
Request and maintaining of effective rates of shipping companies for transporting export goods as well as coordination of the transport logistics.
Prepare reports summited to the Ministry of Development for the permit of the material (CKD) by the assembly (Government Application).
Ensuring the maintenance of both time and cost trend statistics
Monitoring and comparing both schedule and cost reports and relating conclusions such that management control action is alerted at the right time.
Reviewing overall job status with cost/planning engineers and management and, at least monthly, recommend corrective action if necessary.
Reviewing actual site progress against planned progress, particularly with regard to manpower levels, productivity, construction metrics and payment.
Liaising with other departments at all meetings relative to project operations, to ensure that information affecting schedule and cost is continually up-dated.
Coordination of the final job statistics and analysis of the effectiveness of procedures for possible improvement on future projects.
H2S & B.A. (Safety Development) in ETSDC (Abu Dhabi – United Arab Emirates).
Drilling Induction & Heat stress (Abu Dhabi – United Arab Emirates).
Primavera P6 v18 TR (Madrid – Spain).
Financial and control management INGAFOR (Madrid – Spain) May-2010 – Nov-2010.
Business English Ireland (July-12 Aug-27-2010)
Risk Management Planning (Fluor ID: PRJ_13_a01_bs_enus). (2009)
Business Management& Strategy (Fluor ID: STGY1321). (2009)
Finishing Projects (Fluor ID: PRJ1106). (2009)
Listening, Influencing and Handling Tough Situations (Fluor ID: COMM0103). (2009)
Management Strategy - Plan (Fluor ID: STGY1301). (2009)
Creating the Team of Projects (Fluor ID: PROJ1104). (2009)
PE-100 Project Execution Team Roles &Responsibilities (Fluor) (2009).
PE-101 Basic Centric Execution (Fluor) (2009).
Ethics and Compliance (Fluor). (2009)
PE-103 E&C OSIP (Operating system Implementation Plan) (Fluor) (2009)
PE-105 Change Management - Managing to the baseline (Fluor). (2009)
Certificate OSR Operating System Requirement (Fluor). (2009)
Technology Transfer Agreement with Statoil:
Offshore Field Development STATOIL. (2006)
LNG (Technology – Onshore and Plant Development), Business Strategy. (2006)
Offshore (Subsea, Platforms, Project execution and management).
Catholic protection system (BLC Venezuela / AMETEK). (2004)
Workshop High Performance Team (Procegas). (2002)
SAP Procurement Overview (Petrozuata). (2001)
H2S Safety Briefing (Petrozuata /MAERSK) (2001)
Strategic Planning PDVSA. (1998)
Personal Efficiency, Competitiveness and Personal Development (1998)
Self-driven Seminar (Lubricant) / Seminar Auto-Maestría. (1993)
Positive Negotiation Strategies, Management Advisors (MITSUBISHI) (1993)
Information Systems Auditing. (1991)
Oil Refinery (General information units) in TR (Madrid – Spain).
Activity Sequence and Logic in TR (Madrid – Spain). LANGUAGES:
English Average+ Average+ Average +
Spanish Fluent Fluent Fluent