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Cypress, TX
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August 08, 2021

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HEIDI KABLAWI, P.E. Senior Project Manager/ Director

Ph.D. candidate, Civil & Environmental Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech.) M.S. – Masters Environmental-Geotechnical Civil Engineering-University of North Carolina in Charlotte Registered Professional Engineer, P.E. Georgia (active) & (North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia (inactive), USA Professional Engineers of North Carolina (PENC) and Georgia (PEGA) Member; American Society of Civil Engineers (Construction Materials Committee Chair) American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE)-Western South Carolina Section, Greenville, SC. National Ground-Water Association (NGWA)

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Carry over 20+ years of experience in providing Project Management, Consulting, Engineering, Construction, Mechanical Completion and Commissioning Management for a wide range of domestic and international projects. A proven track record for leadership of multi-functional teams to deliver on complex technical, commercial, environmental, and political challenges while working at the forefront of the industries’ major challenges, building and leading high-performance teams. Fields of experience and responsibilities included strong management competencies in team leadership of Mega projects during pre-FEED, FEED and Detail Design Engineering and Construction phases for Greenfield and Brownfield, Upstream and Downstream for Onshore projects including refinery and petrochemical complexes as well as other Industrial facilities, and Nuclear power plants, marinas and harbors.

A qualified Control of Work (COW) Area Authority and Site Authority (known as SA/AA), COW HITRA L2TRA Facilitator for Upstream, and also a COW Isolations Authority (IsA) and have all needed training for the Control of Work COW and BP eCoW – eVision System for L1, L2 Task Risk Assessments (TRA) and permitting for both live facilities, Brownfield and greenfield.

Extensive international experience in more than 19 countries from appraise to operate and fluent in many languages, dialects and tongues-English, Arabic, with knowledge of Russian, Korean and others. My key duties include Project Management activities for global projects and facilities with direct leadership accountability for engineers, consultants and contractors in a global multicultural environment in both operator and contractor organizations, where I have proven abilities to create a vision and boundaries for project teams and to lead them to succeed in a trusting environment, and demonstrated strong influencing ability across diverse cultures motivating others to deliver as part of high performing team, and to form, motivate and sustain high performing teams. Managing large projects and being part of global diverse team is my passion. I can utilize creative, innovative and problem solving abilities that result in a sense of satisfaction at the close of a project. In the Academic field, experience included research, seminars and teaching engineering fundamentals and specialty courses all while emphasizing hands-on design and practical solutions to engineering problems, by concentration on how to combine theory, measurement, analysis and modeling along with experience to develop a good sustainable solutions and designs for any problem at hand while maintaining professional ethics and minimizing risk. Also, conduct, develop and coordinate technical educational and training programs for project teams and external professional presentations. My personal goal through the years is to champion the creation of project work environment, which fosters teamwork, empowerment, openness, trust, communication, innovation, and satisfaction of all parties evolved. HEIDI KABLAWI, P.E.

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Industry Experience:

Refinery & Petrochemicals facilities FPSO floating, production, storage and offloading Landfill and solid waste disposal facilities LNG plant facilities On shore – Off shore facilities Airline and airports facilities Upstream Oil & Gas industry Nuclear Power Plants Residential Institutions and Commercial Downstream Oil & Gas industry Textile Industrial Facilities Dams design and construction Brownfield & Greenfield facilities Marine, ports and Harbors Low-Level Radioactive Waste Facilities Industrial Plant and plant refurbish &

Improvement

Solar Grade Silicon Poly-Crystalline

facilities

Telecommunication Infrastructure

FCC/NEPA

Present Work History;

Albemarle - Senior Consultant / Senior Project Manager- Bromine Global Business Unit- (February 2021 -Present) Working with Albemarle Bromine GBU. The role is to provide project management leadership for the FEL, Define and Detailed Design phases of Medium and Large sized projects ($1MM to $100MM). The role is accountable for ensuring the project meets schedule and budget expectations. Key Activities included:

• Manage and contribute to tasks associated with Albemarle Project Process (APP) deliverables (stage gate review and approval process) and support Gate Readiness Review program, as required.

• Manage the Project Change Management program that ensures changes in design, construction and any other changes are controlled in accordance with corporate practices and policies.

• Provide support to joint venture partners in the oversight of supplier/contractors and their best practices.

• In coordination with senior management, review financial data for projects on a regular basis to identify trends, challenges, and opportunities. Support ongoing planning definition process, specifically though establishing milestone targets, effective deadline management and resource allocations.

• Identifying and managing potential risks and liabilities.

• Assist in developing scopes of work and request for proposal packages for engineering work.

• Monitor third party engineering contractor to ensure quality work on schedule and within budget.

• Support Lessons Learned program based on industry experience and best practices.

• Support negotiations with key contractors and vendors as needed.

• Travel as needed, including international travel. Engineering contractors will likely be in the Louisiana/Texas area. Project construction for many projects will be in Jordan. SABIC - Senior Consultant / Senior Project Manager- E&PM Team Selkirk Plant New York - (September 2018 -April 2020)

Working with SABIC Project and Operation Teams at Saudi Basic Industries Corporation for Petrochemical. The role is to provide management leadership to all personnel involved in the execution of work on all projects at the Sabic Selkirk New York Plant and proposing and implementing positive intervention measures, as necessary. The role is primarily accountable for overseeing the day to day coordination of activities supporting the project execution efforts within SABIC Company at the Sabic Selkirk New York Plant for Petrochemical. The projects’ mission is to safely deliver quality built facilities for SABIC Selkirk New York. In doing so, to be incident and injury free while delivering facilities that meet the intent of the design and attain the project delivery goals. Elite Companies Inc. - Executive Director / Senior Consultant - (May 2017 -Present) Role and responsibilities include managing projects of great variety that are situated in USA and globally upstream, downstream,

LNG and energy both Greenfield and brownfield. The role is to provide management leadership to all personnel involved in the execution of the projects and manage the daily activities as needed. During my career I did work with many major mega companies such as BP, ExxonMobil, Sabic, Bechtel, Chevron, Fluor and AMEC and have a good understanding of all their project and company model and standards and helped shape and produce some of those companies Standards and processes and produced the training materials for their implementation around the world.

My passion is managing large projects and being part of global diverse team where I can utilize my creative, innovative and problem-solving abilities. The sense of satisfaction at the close of a project is always worth the time, effort and hard work. HEIDI KABLAWI, P.E.

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Past Work History:

BP – GPO Global Team - Houston, Texas, South Korea, Alaska – Senior Project Manager (July 2012 – April 2017) – Upstream Onshore/Offshore

GPO Onshore Alaska Team- Senior Project Manager (January 2016 – April 2017) Working with Alaska GPO Construction and Mechanical Completion Commissioning and Operation Teams. The role is to provide management leadership to all personnel involved in the execution of work on the BP Alaska construction Projects at North Slope Prudhoe Bay Sites.

The role is primarily accountable for overseeing the day to day coordination of activities supporting the construction efforts within BP GPO Alaska region. The projects’ mission is to safely deliver quality built. Also, to oversee the execution to quality, cost and schedule targets; implementing inspection, verification and testing requirements; and ensuring that design intent and technical integrity are carried through from design. Input range from developing construction plans, to the safe management of site activities during the building of facilities in a brown field environment. In doing so, to be incident and injury free while delivering facilities that meet the intent of the design and attain the project delivery goals. To champion the development of positive relationships with the various contracting entities and other 3rd parties, being cognizant of the form of contract and working with differing contracting strategies and contractors. Assignment included working on several projects as needed; those included; Flow Station FL3 projects (STIV-IP, Air Coolers

& Wet Gas piping) and the Gathering Center GC2-Wet Gas Piping project. Also, successfully completed all needed training for the Control of Work (COW) and BP eCoW– eVision System for L1, L2 Task Risk Assessments (TRA) and permitting for both live facilities, Brownfield and Greenfield. So, currently acting as a qualified COW Area Authority and Site Authority (known as SA/AA),also, currently a qualified COW HITRA L2TRA Facilitator for Upstream, and also COW Isolations Authority (IsA). Key accountability;

• The safe delivery of safe and technically compliant facilities, while monitor HSSE conditions during all visits to project work sites paying particular attention to Control of Work adherence, housekeeping and the risks associated with potential dropped objects, activities involving work at height plus lifting and rigging activities taking immediate corrective action as required.

• Work with the BP HSSE team to rectify deficiencies or to highlight good working practices.

• Promote adherence to BP’s HSSE values by all project and contractor personnel throughout the project execution by participating in HSSE monitoring, auditing, reporting, risk assessment development, tool box talks.

• Show a clear personal commitment to HSSE at every level by adopting and demonstrating behaviours necessary to deliver the BP commitment to “no accidents, no harm to people and no damage to the environment”.

• Ensure that the Golden Rules of Safety are strictly adhered to plus motivate others to display a similar commitment. Role Responsibilities:

• Responsible for the safe, efficient, and effective execution of project scopes and communication of project goals and expectations, Actively identifying and managing the close out of technical and delivery risks.

• Provide exemplary leadership to contractors and vendors with one team approach to facilitate successful scope delivery,

• Reviews the competency of the contractors delivery team and ensures a high standard of resources are in-place to successfully execute the work,

• Manage the contractor installation engineering performance and scope delivery,

• Maintain awareness and promote conformance to GPO expectations and requirements of Safe Design and Quality Build within the BP Team and the contractors,

• Promote, demonstrate and ensure compliance with all appropriate elements of the GPO, Operating Management System

(OMS), including Risk Management, Continuous Improvement and Management of Change,

• Track and manage technical risks, drive integrity and reliability through BP processes,

• Maintaining close contact with and supporting the engineering team to ensure timely approval of engineering queries, deviations and installation documentation.

BP – GPO Global Team - South Korea – Upstream Offshore - Project Management Team, Handover Superintendent -

(April 2014 - November 2015)

Working with Mechanical Completion Hand-Over / Commissioning /Operation Teams. The role is to provide management leadership to all personnel involved in the execution of work on both major projects of BP in South Korea Hyundai HHI Shipyard, “Clair Ridge project and “Glen Lyon Quad 204 FPSO”, and proposing and implementing HEIDI KABLAWI, P.E.

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positive intervention measures as necessary.

The role is primarily accountable for overseeing the day to day coordination of activities supporting the Mechanical Completion efforts (MC), Hand-over and Commissioning efforts within BP GPO Korea. The projects’ mission is to safely deliver quality built facilities for the Clair Ridge topside assemblies and for the Glen Lyon Quad 204 FPSO project. In doing so, to be incident and injury free while delivering facilities that meet the intent of the design and attain the project delivery goals. Lead the Mechanical Completion (MC) Hand-Over / Commissioning Support activities for the two major North Sea projects, the Clair Ridge and Quad 204 Projects are executed by Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) Shipyard in Ulsan the largest shipyard in the world in South Korea. For Quad 204', BP is building a new floating, production, storage and offloading (FPSO) unit at HHI. The unit will be located approximately 80 miles west of Shetland, in Scotland. It will replace the existing ‘Schiehallion’ FPSO and include an extension of a subsea system with new and replacement flow lines, new and replacement risers and 14 wells in addition to the 52 existing ones. The new FPSO was designed in the UK, is being constructed in South Korea and hook- up and commissioning will take place upon arrival in the North Sea. The Quad 204 is designed to operate in harsh weather conditions and, once it has been completed, is expected to produce 130,000 barrels of oil and more than 2 million cubic meters of gas a day. The facility will also provide storage capacity for more than 1 million barrels of oil with construction due to be completed in 2015 and oil production commencing by 2017. As for Clair Ridge, BP is having the Topside modules built at the Hyundai Heavy Industries HHI Shipyard in South Korea. HHI is responsible for the fabrication & load out of the Topsides (9 Modules) structures.

Role Responsibilities:

Work closely with the BP and HHI Construction management groups throughout the area build phase and into the phase when sub-system mechanical completion is the major focus. Also, subscribe to the creation of the conditions necessary to establish a collaborative, non-confrontational culture throughout the site multi-culture team. Liaison with the MC Manager to provide collective direction to the MC Hand-Over Support group members engaged in the following activities:

• Manage and maintain a hand-over status register, and prepare reports, charts, that provide visibility on progress

• Manage a detailed punch list tracking and expediting remaining items through to closure

• Interface with engineering for the timely issue of design engineering deliverables and data (including vendor) that is necessary for population of the certification database, provision of ‘master’ red-line documentation and monitor the impact of design change on accepted hand-over packs.

• Coordinate with the team on materials necessary to complete the remaining work within Client Provided Item (CPI) packages and all other materials required to complete the work being executed by the MC team.

• Liaison with the Procurement & Supply Chain Management (PSCM) group plus the vendor package material management personnel. Interface with planning and contracts/commercial groups.

• Ensure that Mechanical Completion group members have sufficient information to be able to verify that relevant procedures and other related documentation reflect the BP Global Project Organization’s requirements with strong knowledge in the application of pertinent codes and construction standards.

• Support the BP discipline field engineers / supervisors in collectively assisting HHI plus vendors / suppliers to deliver their published project goals.

• Comprehension of the overall schedule effect of Design Change and the associated cost implications.

• Challenge change whether originating from design or from construction, and work with the Engineering group to effectively manage the issue / approval of design deliverables and in the resolution of Site Queries.

• Participate in ‘Readiness Reviews’ to contribute to the accomplishment of the planned progress for the overall schedule.

• Interface with the Mechanical Completion group members who are working with HHI to deliver the quality and integrity of the work being done in line with the design intent.

• Familiarity with specific requirements of the Completions Management Procedure (Guidance on Certification), the FPSO Completions and Commissioning Execution Plan - and associated reference documents.

• Partake in regular Mechanical Completion progress meetings with HHI on a multi-discipline basis to provide a forum for communication on all related activities.

• Regular liaison with the relevant Quality Control, Certification, Commissioning and Operations personnel.

• Provide the MC Manager with feed-back detailing the progress status and highlighting areas of concern.

• Participation in readiness reviews such as the Go-No-Go process that will be followed prior to sail away HEIDI KABLAWI, P.E.

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GPO Global –Cat B Management Team - Implementation Regional Program Lead – 7 regions- (July2012 – April 2014 ) key accountability is to lead the implementation of the new Category B Segment Define Practice and Process in seven Regions; Alaska, Angola, Azerbaijan, North Sea, Gulf of Mexico, Asia Pacific, and Trinidad. Key responsibilities:

• Lead the efforts where the Category B Projects and the Category B Teams are moving from the Production Global Operation Organization (GOO) to the Global Project Organization (GPO) in 2012 and 2013, this effort included region visits both pre and post implementation to provide support in the communications efforts, in particular, with Region Steering Committees, and Cat B Project Team in the Regions.

• Manage relationships with Cat B Champions, PGMs and VP Devs representatives, driving implementation efforts across three Regions -Alaska, Angola and Azerbaijan in 2012 and across the four regions- North Sea, Gulf of Mexico, Asia Pacific and Trinidad in 2013.

• Update monthly cross-regional Cat B implementation schedule for Cat B global implementation team.

• Effectively manage, coordinate and facilitate implementation activities between region teams and ensure deliverables milestones are met.

• Lead Cat B implementation effort in the Global MoC and Oversee implementation of the Cat B Segment Define Practice

(CBSDP) and Cat B common Process (CBcp) effort across three Regions - Alaska, Angola and Azerbaijan in year 2012, and North Sea, Gulf of Mexico, Trinidad and Asia Pacific in 2013. Efforts included;

Program manage regions to keep on schedule and coordinate the kick-off of MoC in the regions

Prepare Work plan and Team Template with Category B champions in each region

Establish and maintain communication with Regional Implementation Teams

Coordinate functional SPAs in GPO and ensure they are in contact with the regions

Hold alignment meetings as needed, as frequent and as required to achieve a clear path forward and to provide clear directions to team members and set due dates for all actions as needed and conduct meetings with management to give updates on current issues and upcoming issues and discuss strategies and path forward.

Coordinate and facilitate activities between region teams and ensure deliverables milestones are met by following up via meetings, conference calls (weekly or daily) and by emails

• Own standard implementation documentation for Cat B Segment Define Practice (CBSDP) and Cat B common Process

(CBcp) implementation effort across the Regions;

Finalize and issue Implementation Terms of Reference (ToR) and update new revisions as needed. Also, update backup graphics for the implementation process in PowerPoint.

Assist in the preparation of role change MoC forms and finalize implementation templates

• Own the creation and delivery of training materials for implementation of the CBSDP

Finalize training materials; and handle logistics for meetings

Update project team training, Cat B portfolio team training, and global GPO training per latest revision of CBSDP

Lead the Train the trainers sessions in each region

• Ensure that projects transferring to the GPO have a confirmed CVP stage, budget and schedule

• Through the Global Team Function SPAs and Region Project Engineers:

Review budget allocation for remainder of year, remainder of CVP stage and confirm spend to date. Transfer budget accountability from previous budget holder to new budget holder

Review and provide for endorsement by GPO all project risk registers and risk action plans

Review personnel mapping from old role to new Cat B Project Team roles, ensuring personnel understand new role, and personnel are transferred via HR process to GPO headcount

Review the transfer of financial accounting process from Production to Projects, and ensure that the new process is embedded to support financial forecasting

Review existing contracts in place with current projects organization, and determine need for re-assignment to a GPO contracting authority

• Ensure key project processes are in place - FM approval, risk escalation, project screening, engineering deviations, performance reporting, verification

• Actively engage Lesson learned by reviewing and capturing all within a life document that will be reviewed and updated by the teams across the regions

• Assist in the revision efforts of the Cat B Segment Define Practice (CBSDP) and Cat B common Process (CBcp)

• Conduct Implementation Health Checks for the three regions Alaska, Angola and Azerbaijan in 2013 to insure readiness for GPO Audits in 4Q 2013 -1Q 2014.

HEIDI KABLAWI, P.E.

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Bechtel Corporation Houston Texas office (July2011-July 2012) – Chevron Wheatstone Project LNG Plant - Upstream Onshore

1) Project Management; Cross Functional Interface Manager /Area Project Engineer in Perth (January 2012-July 2012), on the Wheatstone Project LNG Plant, a Chevron Australia Oil Company project during detail engineering design, procurement services, fabrication and construction management phase. The Chevron’s Wheatstone Project LNG Plant facility is located 12 km west of Onslow in Western Australia’s Pilbara region. The project was estimated to cost $29 billion and consist of two LNG processing trains with combined capacity of 8.9 mtpa, 190 cuft domestic gas plant and associated offshore infrastructure (platform, subsea equipment and drilling, and export trunk line). First gas 2016. Assigned to manage cross-functional interfaces associated with the Product Loading Facility (PLF), Dredging, Breakwater / MOF subcontracts and the Vessel Traffic Services System consultant in Perth, Australia. Subs included: Dredging International

($1.2 bil), BAM Clough JV ($400mil), BEST JV (Thieses & BESIX) ($200mil), and others totaling above $2 bil. Typical Responsibilities and duties:

• Lead and manage the design and execution activities for dredging, PLF, MOF and BW areas and the Vessel Traffic Services System consultant through planning, engineering, procurement, construction, start-up and initial operations.

• Manage and coordinating key activities with company and subcontractors’ Project Manager, Lead Area Project Engineers, Procurement, Construction, Startup, Environmental Safety and Health (ES&H) and Project Controls.

• Support communications and presentations to Client, lead development of estimate and schedules, manage performance, reports progress, and initiate action to assure program/project objectives and schedules are met and work is performed within budget and according to specifications.

• Monitor contractual commitments to ensure that work is being performed in accordance with terms of the contract Exhibits. Also, develop and coordinate the trend program and change orders as required. 2) Project Management ; Area Project Engineer (APE), (July 2011-January2012) – Chevron Wheatstone Project LNG Plant a Chevron Australia Oil Company project, responsible for managing the project efforts during detail engineering design, procurement services, fabrication and construction phase for the Chevron’s Wheatstone Project LNG Plant facility in Western Australia. Responsibilities and duties included:

• Manage and lead engineering activities for the project or assigned portion including supervision of Project Engineers of all disciplines within the global business unit.

• Conduct annual performance reviews in accordance with approved procedures and hold career development discussions.

• Make recommendation to Engineering Management of key personnel for project assignments.

• Champion the creation of a project work environment, supported by leadership on the project.

• Lead in establishing the detailed project execution plan (PEP) and the development of the overall project engineering budget and schedule. Inputs to and owns the engineering elements of a project capital estimate (proposals and execution) quantities and budgets, and perform and manage the work in accordance with relevant Engineering Department Procedures (EDPs), design guides and Bechtel Standard Application Programs (BSAPs).

• Coordinate engineering effort with Project Managers, Procurement, Construction, Startup, Environmental Safety and Health (ES&H) and Project Controls. Prepare, approve or recommends approval of project procedures, as required.

• Coordinate activities among the design groups on the project,

• Review and approve design document, change orders, material requisitions and specifications for construction or procurement use and develop design and procurement schedules for approval.

• Review project engineering progress against approved schedules, and Evaluate changes, trends and take corrective action when required. Communicate complex technical issues and recommend solutions to client, project and functional management as directed and as appropriate.

• Supervise the preparation review and endorse bid analysis and recommendations for procurement of equipment material and services within Engineering’s scope of responsibility. Direct project engineering and execution activities in preparation of project proposals, including estimates for engineering staffing, quantities, scope reviews, schedules and coordination with Business Development and other functional groups. Resolve field initiated questions. HEIDI KABLAWI, P.E.

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• Initiate Bechtel/Client correspondence related to the engineering portion of the contract and manage the flow of information required from third parties to ensure the timely progress.

• Ensure that Technical Risk Assessment are comprehensive and complete, safety practices and procedures are implemented, and in compliance with project Quality Assurance plan and procedure. ExxonMobil Iraq Limited, Basra/Dubai offices, (2010-2011) - West Qurna 1 Production Oil Field Project – Upstream Advisor for ExxonMobil Development Company - BTPO E&R Advisor. Work included supporting West Qurna 1 - Building the Production Organization (BTPO) activities, Responsibilities and duties included:

• Represent E&R at routine BTPO meetings, interface with BTPO personnel, and work with BTPO resources to develop an agreed split of roles and responsibilities with BTPO environmental and regulatory resources. Also, assist in the origination and revision of production-related deliverables and contracts which includes review of tenders and bids and interface with PMT field and operations personnel and with various EPC contractors.

• Review and approve contractors Work Plans, Quality Assurance Plans (QA/QC) to make sure that subcontractors are conforming to the requirements of the Quality Assurance Program

• Assist in establishing project delivery strategies and monitoring a practical program for the project deliverable documents according to project schedule, and communicate complex technical issues and recommend solutions to as appropriate.

• Participate in sub-contractors pre-bid meetings and working meetings and in the review of Request for Proposal (RFP), invitation to bid (ITB) packages and in review, evaluation and selection of proposals and bids from contractors. Also, participate in estimate preparation of tender packages and manage contractors and subcontractors work, and prepare and review contract documentation.

• Interface with Southern Oil Company (SOC) Iraq and with other EWP team on Project activities and priorities and review project standards, permitting and other government agencies approvals requirements to support the construction and operation license application.

Fluor (2007-2010 - 4 years) Onshore / Offshore, Upstream / Downstream, Oil & Gas and Chemical Projects; Project Manager -assigned to various EPCM, EPC, Detail Design and FEED projects, onshore, upstream and



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