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TugMaster, Marine operations ( offshore oil & Gas) Safety, Ship inspection, Ship survey

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Mangerial position involved with Marine operations( ofshore oil & gas). Safety inspection / coordination, Hydrographic Surveying, Marine consultancy, dredging.


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CURRICULUM VITAE



NAME : Peter John Denny



ADDRESS : C/O 141 Gardner Ave

Bootle

Liverpool L20 6EG

Tel : + 44 151 922 6922,

Cellular +44 (0)7778417062

E-mail :d********t@hotmail.com

BANGKOK

ADDRESS APT 9C, 65/92 THE LIVING TOWER

SUKHUMVIT 64/1, BANGJAAK

PHRAKANONG, BANGKOK 10260

THAILAND

TEL: +66 27414842

Cellular +66 897626011



DATE OF BIRTH : 6th January 1949 - Age 58



NATIONALITY : British



STATUS : Separated - Children, 3 males, 34, 32 years,4 years



PASSPORT : 706142471 – expiry13 Sept 2016

(issued 13/09/06 Bangkok)



SEAMANS BOOK : UK 018760



QUALIFICATIONS



CNAA Postgraduate Diploma in Hydrographic Surveying1977

Dept. of Transport Certificate - Master ( Foreign Going Tugs )1980

Dept. of Transport Certificate - Mate ( H T Passenger Ships )1976

Dept. of Transport Certificate - Yachtmaster ( Coastal )1976



Lead Auditor ( ISO 9000 Standard ) - Stirling University

ISM Code, Auditor Certificate - Maritime Centre Warsash



PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS



The Nautical Institute - MNI

IRCA - International Register of Certified Auditors ( Marine Division )



EDUCATION



Cardinal Allen Grammar School 1960 - 1965



Plymouth Polytechnic 1977 - 1978



Hull College of Higher Education 1979 - 1980

EMPLOYMENT AND EXPERIENCE



June 20 2006 to 21 August 2006



Freelance Safety Advisor to MGS – Marine Geotechnical Services, Marseille, France.



Drilling rig mobilised onto support barge PONTRA MARIS. Drill spread worked on two projects for gathering sub seabed core samples of geological soil strata. The information was to be used in construction design for offshore windfarms. Project operated to CDM and company safety procedures.



January 1st t 1993 - To 15th December 2004 (12 yrs) Thomas Miller P & I Ltd



Employed as Ship Inspector by Thomas Miller P & I Ltd, Managers for the UK P & I Club.



Duties consisted of worldwide travel for ship inspections as part of the UK Club’s loss prevention programme. Main areas of inspection, Cargoworthiness, Manning, Service & Maintenance, Safety, Operational Performance and Pollution Control.

Additional duties consist of advisory services to Club Members with regards to forming and implementing Safety Management Systems to comply with the ISM Code ( QA ). Advice to Members and monitoring the implementation of STCW 95 regulations and ISPS code. Approximately 1200 inspections completed on the entire range of vessel types.



January 1985 - April 1992 BUE Ships Ltd



Employed as Marine Operations Manager. The Company undertook a management buy out on October 1st 1991 and traded as BUE Marine Ltd., a ship management company



The BUE fleet consisted of Anchor Handling Tug Supply vessels, Platform Supply, Dynamically Positioned ROV Support, Seismic Survey, Air Diving and

( DSV )Saturation Diving vessels. The total fleet of Owned / Managed vessels at any one time ranged from 8 to 18 ships. Duties included setting and maintaining vessel target budgets, monitoring charter performance, weekly accounts management, officer & crew selection



Company representation for the following Organisations :



General Council of British Shipping ( Offshore Sector )

Dynamically Positioned Vessel Owners Association

Firth of Forth Shipping Association



Board Member of Forth Pilotage Authority ( until 1988 )

Member of Board of Trustees, Bell’s Nautical Trust.



February 1983 - January 1985 United Towing ( Ocean Tugs ) Ltd



Employed as Master of AHT “ EUROMAN “ and “ YORKSHIREMAN “



Ocean towage and salvage. Anchor Handling duties for the Offshore Oil Industry. Towage of Jack-Up and Semi-Submersible offshore rigs.



May 1981 - February 1983 Acecape Marine Ltd



Engaged as Marine Consultant to Acecape Marine Ltd. Master of Survey vessel MV “ AESTUS “



Superintended complete refit of MV AESTUS. Organised Loadline assignment and Certification to Dept of Transport / Classification Society requirements.



Contracts undetaken

• Dredging & reclamation surveys

• Coastal erosion survey

• Gravity platform tow out, channel / route layout

• Scientific estuarial surveys - water column metals content

• Offshore structure positioning ( Beri Oilfield, Middle East )

• Seabed trench cutting, power cables ( English Channel ).



November 1978 - May 1981 Freelance Surveyor &

Marine Consultant



Freelance Surveyor and Marine Consultant to the Offshore Oil Industry

( break in 1979 / 80, attended Hull College of Higher Education )



• Anchor positioning for pipelay vessels

• Senior Navigator, seismic survey vessels

• Salvage Master, “ GERMA GEISHA “

• Setting out landfall pipeline routes

• Firth of Forth pipeline crossing

• Positioning STENA WELDER, seabed blasting operations



May 1976 - October 1977 Jubail Harbour Consortium (Saudi Arabia )

Westminster Dredging Ltd



Master - towage and positioning 20,000 DWT rock carrying barges during harbour construction project. Promoted to Asst. Supt., responsible for pilotage and position accuracy, meeting sea wall design specifications, construction methods and quality / quantity control surveying.



Responsibility for 7 x 20,000 DWT submersible barges, 3 x 300 tonne lift crane barges and 4 tugs.



Temporary position of Master of trailer suction dredgers for Westminster Dredging prior to attending Plymouth Polytechnic.



July 1965 - May 1976 J H Lamey Ltd / Alexandra Towing Ltd



Employed from school as trainee seaman, progressed to Mate / Navigator on gaining Mates Certificate. Experience gained in Harbour and Coastal towage.


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