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Engineer  / Naval Architect

Chief Engineer

Unlimited

U.S. Coast Guard Lic.

Chief Engineer

Motor Vessels of any Horsepower

STCW 95 Certified

111/1/2/3/4/5; V1/1; V1/2/3/4/6

TWIC

USCG Medical and UKOG Medical

Bahamas Chief Engineer Unlimited License

Certified

E.P.A. Universal Certified

Helicopter Egress Bosiet/Huet Certified

Water Survival Certified

C.P.R. Certified

Confined Space Certified   

 

   
   
  Objective Seeking a challenging position in   which my extensive experience, education, and training will be of   value. 
 Summary   of qualifications  
Over 35 years’   experience in management and engineering in the marine industry as Chief   Engineer, Senior Watch Engineer, First, Second, and Third Assistant   Engineer. 
Well-developed   communication skills demonstrated through interaction with individuals at all   levels, production of detailed written materials, and the ability to   establish and maintain professional relationships. 
Skilled in all   aspects of servicing, maintenance, repair, and troubleshooting of European   and domestic marine diesel engines. 
Proven ability to   increase engine efficiency and longevity through competent, professional   attention to detail, and pride in generating quality performance and   consistent achievements. 
Consistently   noted by past and present supervisors for superior   job         performance and timely   completion of all assignments. 
 
 Professional   Experience     2015 To Present            P-G Global                                           London,   England
Chief Engineer/Maintenance Engineer/   Engine Room Responsible
  • Performing   Contact Work on Various Rigs as Needed by Position and availability. Most   recently for Maersk Drilling on D.P. 3 Drillships and Seme-Subs.
    2011 To Sept. 2014       Vantage Deep Water   Drilling                      Houston, TX  
 Rig Maintenance Supervisor/Chief   Engineer 
  • 6th Gen.D.P.3, Drillship Titanium Explorer, 42,000 kw   grt 67,825
  •  Water Drilling   Dept of 12,000 feet, 40,000 Max Drilling Dept.
  • Derrick Capacity Static Hook Load 2.5 Million lbs.
  • Main Engines 6 x STX MAN 14V32/40 C/W Siemens AC 8438   Kva alternators, Emergency Gen. 1 x STX MAN c/w 2800 kVa Alternator.  6 x 5.5 MW R/R/ Aqaumaster UUC 455 Azimuth
  •  4 X Platform   Pedestal Crane 3 @ 85 T, 7 x Tubular Handling Cranes Rages from 6 to 40 mt..   1 x Xmas Tree Handling Trolley Crane @ 150 T    
  • Total Aker Drilling Package w/ Derrick Mounted Motion   Compensation and Active Heave.
  • MDDM 1250-AC -2M Top Drive with 2 x 1270 hp AC Motors ,   2 x Torque Master Tubular Machines.
  • 15k 6 Ram Cameron Blowout Preventer/ GE Hydril Diverter   , 21’ Clip Riser w/ 15k c/k lines   
  • 4 x Aker Wirth Mud pumps 2,200 hp @ 7.5k psi.
  • Involved in Drillship Construction/ Commissioning   project in DSME Okpo, South Korea, from May.2011 to April 2012. In attendance   during Initial Sea Trails and Global Maritime FEMA.
  • Took Delivery of the Vessel from DSME Okpo for Vantage   Drilling.
  • Delivered Vessel to U.S Gulf of Mexico, USA to Client   Petrobras Americas.
  • In attendance for Petrobras Acceptance Sea Trials GOM.
  • Responsible for All Vessel Machinery and Department   Supervisor and their Subordinates Crafts for Topside Mechanical, Electrical,   Marine Engineering and Sub Sea Systems.
  • Maintenance of these Systems while Drilling for   Oil in the GOM and Africa.
  • Responsible for Computerized Maintenance System and   Documentation.
  • Responsible for Ensuring Ships Class Machinery Survey   Inspections and Port State Inspections are carried out and that All Rules and   Regulations are followed. 
  • Responsible for all Machinery Downtime Reports.
  • Responsible for filing and distributing all OEM   Technical/ Safety Reports.
  • Responsible for Filing and Maintaining Technical   Documentation along with Machinery OEM Manuals and Technical Library.
    2009 To   2011               Helix Entergy Solutions                                 Houston, TX  
Chief Engineer 
  • PLV Caesar D.P.2, 15,360 kw  grt 27,082 
  • S-Lay Pipeline Installation Vessel. Pipeline sizes up   to 30” steel O.D.
  •  Main Engines 4 X   MAN 8L32/40 @ 3,485 kW Each, Aux.Engs 3 x 1,500 kW Each, Main Propulsion 2 x   4.5 kW Azimuth Thruster, 2 x 2,000 Kw
  •  Retractable   Azimuth Bow Thruster, 1 x 1,320 kW Tunnel Thruster.
  • Main Crane 300 mT @ 15-16m , Pipe Transfer 35 t  One each 20t,10t Knuckle Boom Cranes
  • Stinger 90m max., 3 x 135 mT , Tensioners for Total 404   mT, 1 x A& R 450mt or 225 mt , 9 x pipe work stations. 8
  • Assistant to Chief Commissioning Engineers for 146   Meter S Pipelay Vessel in Nantong, China.  
  • Start Up Commissioning and Repair of Shipboard   Equipment after Vessel Conversion.  
  • Attendance and Participate in Lloyds Registry and Noble   Denton (FEMA) during Sea Trials acceptance.  
  • Responsible for engine room and all associated   machinery during S Pipe Lay Operations. 
  • Responsible for the Supervision of All engine room   personnel Licensed and Unlicensed. 
  • Responsible for ordering fuels, lubes, and all   shipboard machinery spare parts and upkeep of inventory.  
  • Responsible for shipboard machinery Preventative   Maintenance Program. Supervising its implementation and recording it. 
  • Responsible for keeping all running machinery logs and   recording of it.  
  • Responsible for ensuring all Company Policies are   adhered to as for Safety, Health and Environmental Concerns for engine room   and personnel. 
  • Responsible for Ensuring Ships Class Machinery Survey   Inspections and Port State Inspections are carried out and that All Rules and   Regulations are followed. 
  • Responsible for carrying out I.S.M., I.S.P.S and   I.O.P.P. Rules and Regulations. Including implementation and drills for   engine room personnel. 
 
    2008 To   2009                     Global   Industries                                      Carlyss. La. 
Chief   Engineer  
  • MSV Global Orion,D.P.2  91m   9500kw grt 3908 
  • Responsible for engine room and all   shipboard machinery during dynamic positioning Saturation Diving and R.O.V   operations. 
  • Involved in Re-Calcification from   D.N.V. Class Society to ABS Americas Class Society. 
  • Responsible for the Supervision of   All engine room personnel Licensed and Unlicensed. 
  • Responsible for ordering fuels,   lubes, and all shipboard machinery spare parts and upkeep of   inventory.  
  • Responsible for shipboard machinery   Preventative Maintenance Program. Supervising its implementation and   recording it. 
  • Responsible for keeping all running   machinery logs and recording of it.  
  • Responsible for ensuring all Company   Policies are adhered to as for Safety, Health and Environmental Concerns for   engine room and personnel. 
  • Responsible for Ensuring Ships Class   Machinery Survey Inspections and Port State Inspections are carried out and   that All Rules and Regulations are followed. 
  • Responsible for carrying out I.S.M.,   I.S.P.S and I.O.P.P. Rules and Regulations. Including implementation and   drills for engine room personnel. 
  • Assisted with Flag State change over   form Norwegian to Vanuatu. 
  • Assisted with reclass Survey from   Det Norske VERITAS to American Bureau of Shipping.  
     2003 -   2008               Oceaneering International                            Houston, TX 
Chief Engineer 
  • M/V The Performer D.P. 2,100m 4,921 kW. grt 4,400 
  • Responsible for engine room and all shipboard machinery   during dynamic positioning R.O.V operations. 
  • Responsible for the Supervision of All engine room   personnel Licensed and Unlicensed. 
  • Responsible for ordering fuels, lubes, and all   shipboard machinery spare parts and upkeep of inventory.  
  • Responsible for shipboard machinery Preventative   Maintenance Program. Supervising its implementation and recording it. 
  • Responsible for keeping all running machinery logs and   recording of it.  
  • Responsible for ensuring all Company Policies are   adhered to as for Safety, Health and Environmental Concerns for engine room   and personnel. 
  • Responsible for Ensuring Ships Class Machinery Survey   Inspections and Port State Inspections are carried out and that All Rules and   Regulations are followed. 
  • Responsible for carrying out I.S.M., I.S.P.S and   I.O.P.P. Rules and Regulations. Including implementation and drills for   engine room personnel. 
  1999 – 2003        Oceaneering International                                 Houston, TX
 First Assistant Engineer 
  • Responsible for engine room functions during dynamic   positioning R.O.V operations 
  • Responsible for repair and maintenance and overhauls of   main engines, power plant and all shipboard machinery. This includes hands on   experience for major overhauls, and dry-docking around the world. 
  • Supervise duties of licensed Second and Third Assistant   Engineers as well as unlicensed engine room personnel. 
 1998 – 1999         Falcon Drilling                                                     Houston, TX
Second Engineer/Control Room Operator 
  • In charge of engine control room operations on dynamic   positioning drill ship. 
  • Responsible for repair and maintenance of main engines,   power plant and all shipboard machinery. 
  • Supervise duties of unlicensed engine room   personnel. 
    1991 - 1997           Oceaneering International                                     Houston,   TX
Second   Assistant Engineer 
  • Responsible for engine room functions during dynamic   positioning operations 
  • Responsible for repair and maintenance of shipboard   machinery. 
  • Supervised unlicensed engine room personnel. 
 
 1987 – 1991            Red Circle Transport                                    Cincinnati,   OH
Chief   Engineer 
  • Responsible for any and all engine department   activities including parts and supplies ordering and acquisition, machinery   maintenance records, repair and maintenance of main engines and auxiliary   equipment, coordinated and supervised shipyard periods for major overhauls   and rebuilds of all major shipboard equipment. 
  • Supervised licensed engineers and all unlicensed   personnel. 
  • Successfully implemented company preventive maintenance   procedures. 
1986 –   1987     John Graham Boat Co.                                 Bayou   Labatre, LA
Chief   Engineer 
  • Maintenance and general upkeep of main engines   and all auxiliary equipment. 
  • Supervised loading and unloading of fuel oil,   fresh water, drill water, liquid mud, bulk barite, bulk cement, etc.   supplying offshore oilrigs and drilling platforms. 
    1986                    State   Boat Company                                         Morgan City, LA
Chief   Engineer 
Same as   above. 
1981 – 1985              Military Sealift Command                                  Oakland,   CA 
Department   of Navy  
Third Assistant   Engineer, Senior Watch Engineer, Watch Engineer, Lead Mechanic, Shoreside   Gangboss Supervisor  
Served aboard   U.S.N.S. Neptune (T-ARC-2); Responsible for service and maintenance of main   engines, fuel oil systems and auxiliary machinery. 
Served aboard   U.S.N.S. A.J. Meyer (T-ARC-6); Responsible for lube oil systems, evaporators   and various engine room systems.  In charge of cable machinery training   program and related activities. 
Served aboard   U.S.N.S. Spica (T-ATF-9); Responsible for upkeep and maintenance of main   engines and various shipboard systems. 
Served aboard   U.S.N.S. Chauvenet; Third Assistant Engineer and Damage Control   Officer.  Assisted during recovery and salvage operations following   shipwreck. 
 Education   & Accreditations ABS   Academy-Incident Investigation and Root Cause   Analysis, Houston, TX. 
Petrofact Training - Major Emergency Management,   Houston, TX. 
Rolls   Royce- Ulstein Aquamaster UUC 455 Thruster   Training Rauma, Finland. 
AKMH –   MDDM–1250, HMI, Torque Master/HRN, CMC and Hydraulics Courses, Petro-Ed Facility,   Houston, TX.  
Cameron-   Hydraulics Course, Houston, TX. 
Falck   Alford –Designated Security Duties, New Orleans,   La.  
Kongsberg   – Maintenance Course DPC-422
Graduate Louisiana Technical College, VGI training, Technician   Type       Universal Refrigeration and Air   Condition Certification. 
Graduate, American Marine School, New Orleans, LA 
Basic Diesel   Engines & Auxiliary Components Training, U.S. Fleet Training Center, San Diego, CA. 
Firefighting   Re-Certification, U.S. Fleet Training   Center – Damage Control School, San Francisco, CA. 
Graduate, Captain Van Inc. – Marine License School,   Port Arthur TX. 
Firefighting   Training, U.S. Navy Fleet Training   Center, Norfolk, VA; Treasure Island, CA 
Graduate, Harry Lundenburg School of Seamanship,   Piney Point, MD. 
Various   Unlicensed Engine Room Endorsements, U.S.   Coast Guard, New Orleans, LA 
  • Any unlicensed rating, Engine   room 
  • Lifeboatman 
  • Steward’s Department 
  • Ordinary Seaman 
Graduate, Naval Development Center – Naval   Education and Training Program 
  • Introduction to Matter 
  • Energy & Direct Current 
  • Introduction to Generators and   Motors 

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