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Dwayne Barnard

Pre-Commissioning Manager @ KBR, Inc.

Pre-Commissioning Manager at KBR, Inc.

Calgary, Canada Area

Ranked #1,293 out of 25,860 for Pre-Commissioning Manager in United States

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KBR, Inc.

Pre-Commissioning Manager

March 2013 to Present

Qingdao, Shandong, China

KBR, Inc.

Commissioning LNG train Superintendent New LNG Train Skikda Project

December 2011 to February 2013

MW Kellogg

Commissioning Superintendent

July 2009 to December 2011

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KBR, Inc.

Pre-comm manager for JGC-KBR-Chiyoda joint venture in COOEC modular fabrication yard for the Ichthys Inpex project

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About Dwayne Barnard

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A strong commitment to career excellence is illustrated in more than 25 years of progressively responsible positions in oil and gas facility management, optimizing production, maximizing results. OBJECTIVE Operation Technical Trainer, Pre-Commissioning, Commissioning, and Start-up, Well Site Supervisor, Turnaround and Construction responsibility. SUMMARY Commissioning Superintendent KBR New Skikda LNG Plant Algeria Commissioning Superintendent MW Kellogg Ras Laffan Industrial City Qatar Commissioning Superintendent KBR Bonny Island Nigeria Commissioning engineer El Wastani Egypt Operation Technical Trainer, Albian Sands Energy Inc. Commissioning, Start-Up and Operations of Pre-determined Test on Pilot Project, CNRL D. B. T. Froth Treatment Pilot Plant Pre-Commissioning, Commissioning, Start-Up, Shift Team Leader in Operations, Deer Creek Energy Ltd. Pre - Commissioning, Commissioning and Initial Start Up Supervisor, Albian Sands Energy Inc. Mechanical Operations and Maintenance experiences in various Oil and Gas Production facilities. Excellent knowledge in Gas Process Operations, Power Engineering and overall Safety Standards in the Operation of Oil and Gas Production. Specialties: AREAS OF EXPERTISE Project management. Experienced concerning all aspects of manpower development in oil and gas industry. Construction Management experienced in the areas of full project execution conception including gas plant installation, Commissioning, Start-Up, to Operations and Maintenance. Pipeline installation, compressor tie-ins and well lease reclamation. Proficient in optimizing under producing wells. Communications and relationship building.Pre-Commissioning Manager @ Pre-comm manager for JGC-KBR-Chiyoda joint venture in COOEC modular fabrication yard for the Ichthys Inpex project From March 2013 to Present (2 years 10 months) Qingdao, Shandong, ChinaCommissioning LNG train Superintendent New LNG Train Skikda Project @ • Responsible for supervising a multi-national, multi-skilled team for the commissioning and start-up activities of the offsite section of the new LNG Train. • Oversaw, trained and advised on matters of line blowing, flushing, mechanical cleaning, reinstatement, tightness testing, N2 purging, and completion documentation for handover to the client. • Other aspects were, scheduling, procedure development, cost control, progressing work and liaison with other departments, client and vendor personnel and resolving technical and personnel issues From December 2011 to February 2013 (1 year 3 months) Commissioning Superintendent @ Commissioning Superintendent Contract through M.W. Kellogg Limited to Shell Ras Laffan, Qatar Pearl GTL project July 2009 to Present Responsibilities • Responsible for multi-departmental functions within operations • Handles special projects as assigned; • Plans, directs and coordinates responsibilities of staffs and functions to meet department goals; • Responsible for pre-commissioning and commissioning main utilities for flare and water responsible for five commissioning engineers, 7 mechanical/piping supervisors and 40 subcontractor support for the Qatar Shell Gas to Liquids project • Responsible for all water and flare systems including desalination plant demineralization plants • Responsible for writing all commissioning and commissioning and initial start up procedures • Responsible for hand over documentation of completed systems to the client From July 2009 to December 2011 (2 years 6 months) QatarCommissioning Manager/Supervisor-Materials @ Commissioning Manager/Supervisor-Materials through Aker Kvaerner Process Systems to Sonatrach, Hassi Messaoud, Algeria March 2008 to June 2009 Responsibilities • Responsible for materials procurement and shipping from Canada. During the construction phase of the installation of 3 new de-gasser and de-salter trains for the Sonatrach CIS refinery. • Responsible for all the warehousing, quality control documentation and re-assembly after arrival on site of all equipment. • Responsible for writing all tie-in procedures from the old system to the new one, setting up of the Qa-Qc program, all commissioning procedures • Once construction is completed role change to that of commissioning manager and start-up manager From March 2008 to June 2009 (1 year 4 months) Commissioning Process Superintendent @ Commissioning Process Superintendent, Contract position through KBR to TSKJ Nigeria Limited January 2007 to March 2008 Responsibilities • Responsible for supervising a multi-national, multi-skilled team for the commissioning and start-up activities of the 4.2MM MTPA LNG Train. • Oversaw, trained and advised on matters of line blowing, flushing, mechanical cleaning, reinstatement, tightness testing, N2 purging, and completion documentation for handover to the client. • Other aspects were, scheduling, procedure development, cost control, progressing work and liaison with other departments, client and vendor personnel and resolving technical and personnel issues From January 2007 to March 2008 (1 year 3 months) Commissioning Engineer @ Commissioning Engineer, Contract Position through SOS Oilfield to El Wastani Petroleum Egypt August 2006 – January 2007 Responsibilities • Pre-commissioning and Commissioning of Dew point gas plant • Utilize Microsoft project to schedule project • Developed strong cross cultural relations • Supervise Egyptian workers on commissioning activities • Participate in cause and effect/shutdown key reviews • Review drawings and make required recommendations • Complete punch list walk downs and correct issues as required • Execute commissioning plans for new facilities • Write and modify operations start up procedures • Co-ordinate commissioning work and outstanding issues with construction, engineering and the operations team From August 2006 to January 2007 (6 months) Process lead @ Process lead for turnaround activities, Contract Position through CBM Projects Inc. Albian Sands Energy Inc., Froth Treatment Plant of Muskeg River Mine, an Athabasca Oil Sands Project, Fort McMurray, Alberta, March 2006 to August 2006 • Responsible for all turnaround activities in the tailings solvent recovery unit within the froth treatment department. Including utilizing Microsoft project to develop time lines and work scope as well as implementing the required recourses to complete the turnaround on schedule and on budget. From March 2006 to August 2006 (6 months) Commissioning, Start-Up and Operations @ Commissioning, Start-Up and Operations, Fort Hills UTS/Petro Canada Demonstration Plant Contract Position through CBM Projects inc. Fort McMurray, Alberta November 2005 to March 2006 • Responsible for Commissioning, Start-Up and Operations of Pre-determined Test on Pilot Plant Project. • Using advanced separation technology for cost-effective and energy-efficient processes for the production of pipeline able bitumen while reducing emission produced during processing. • Provide technical expertise on Pre-determined Test on Pilot Plant Project From November 2005 to March 2006 (5 months) Commissioning/Shutdown Coordinator @ Commissioning Coordinator/Shutdown Coordinator, Contract Position through Design Group Staffing Syncrude Upgrading Expansion-1 (UE-1) Fort McMurray, Alberta June 2004 to November 2005 Term Position • Pre-commissioning, commissioning of all new expansion tie ins to the existing vacuum unit • Coordinated the expansion tie ins during the shutdown • Provided technical support during the start up of the new vacuum unit From June 2004 to November 2005 (1 year 6 months) Operation Technical Trainer @ Operation Technical Trainer, Contract Position through CBM Projects Inc. Albian Sands Energy Inc., Froth Treatment Plant of Muskeg River Mine, an Athabasca Oil Sands Project, Fort McMurray, Alberta, October 2004 to June 2005 • Responsible for working with Engineering and Operations in the development and implementation of material and service technical specifications; • Provides technical advice to operations, to ensure compliance with accepted company standards. • Provide effective training and development of the operations personnel in implementing for company’s quality assurance procedure. This includes assessing personnel progress, counseling and proper work delegation; • Help to establish process and be primarily responsible for monitoring and benchmarking progress in all quality assurance activities; • Establish and maintain processes to monitor progress in all quality assurance activities; • Ensures that safe operating and maintenance procedure are followed and counsels operators about compliance with safe working procedures as necessary. From October 2004 to June 2005 (9 months) Commissioning, Start-Up and Operation Pilot Plant @ Commissioning, Start-Up and Operations, CNRL D. B. T. Contract Position through CBM Projects inc. Froth Treatment Pilot Plant Project, part of Horizon project, Bonneville, Alberta, July, 2004 to October 2004 • Responsible for Commissioning, Start-Up and Operations of Pre-determined Test on Pilot Plant Project, CNRL D. B. T. Froth Treatment Pilot Plant. Part of Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. - Horizon Project using advanced separation technology for cost-effective and energy-efficient processes for the production of pipelineable bitumen while reducing emission produced during processing. • Provide technical expertise on Pre-determined Test on Pilot Plant Project. From July 2004 to October 2004 (4 months) Shift Team Leader @ Commissioning, Start-Up, Shift Team Leader in Operations, Contract Position through CBM Projects inc. Deer Creek Energy Ltd. Joslyn Project Phase I, Fort McMurray, Alberta, January to July 2004 • Responsible for the overall Commissioning/Testing, Maintenance Planning System of Construction of the SAGD Phase I plant facilities and start-up. A project open this year utilizing new technology to recover bitumen from the deeper deposits using a recovery technique known as Steam Assisted Gravity Drainage (SAGD) for Pilot Plant Process and mining assets. • Provide technical input and guidance for team project where required and take part in preparation on Plant Operations, help establishing a Production Management System. Production of 600 barrels of bitumen per day as a pre-commercial phase. Deposits close to the surface are mined while resources more than 75 metres below the surface require in-situ recovery. Pairs of parallel horizontal wells are drilled to recover bitumen continuously from the McMurray formation. Ore is expected to be mined using traditional truck and shovel mining techniques. Mining shovels dig into the sand and load it into large trucks. The mined ore passes through crushers where it is prepared for extraction. Hot water is added to create oil sand slurry. This is fed via hydro transport to the extraction plant where bitumen is extracted in separation vessels. Separating bitumen from sand and water results in tailings which are pumped to ponds where water is recovered and recycled through the process: Provide technical expertise on challenging job, new technology applications, and improved recovery techniques; establish a Work Order System, and Operation Safety Procedures. From January 2004 to July 2004 (7 months) Start-Up Supervisor @ Commissioning and Initial Start-Up and Start-Up Supervisor, Contract Position through CBM Projects Inc. Albian Sands Energy Inc., Froth Treatment Plant of Muskeg River Mine, an Athabasca Oil Sands Project, Fort McMurray, Alberta, October 2002 to 2004 • Responsible for the overall Commissioning, planning Initial start-up, scheduling and procedure writing, testing facilities of Froth Treatment Plant of Muskeg River Mine, a joint venture of Shell Canada Ltd (60 per cent), Chevron Canada Ltd. (20 per cent), and Western Oil Sands L.P. (20 per cent) which has been the world’s largest project in recent years with more than 14,000 workers at the peak of construction in late 2002 and has created more than 850 permanent operating jobs. • Responsible for the handover of all commissioned systems to maintenance operations. Target to reduce, 2010 its greenhouse gas emissions by 50 percent, making emissions six percent less than those associated with imported oil, which it will displace. • Coordinator for Turnaround and Construction; • Provide technical expertise and guidance for team project where required. In oil sands mining, a mix of oil and sand is removed from just below the surface using shovels and trucks. This material is mixed with warm water to separate the oil from the sand. When the project ramps up to its full production of 155,000 barrels per day (bpd) of bitumen in 2003, a naturally occurring thick oil comprised mainly of hydrocarbons, for the Athabasca Oil Sands Project, it will be Alberta’s first new oil sands mining project in 25 years and can supply 10 per cent of Canada’s oil needs. • Mentoring operations and maintenance work on froth treatment plant settlers. • Responsible for direction and supervision to the commissioning team setting up safety standards. It has set an industry safety record in Alberta and a new standard for safety in Canada. • Compile and sort information, identifying any concerns, and addressing them accordingly. From October 2002 to June 2004 (1 year 9 months) Control Room Operator, and Turnaround Construction Coordinator @ Control Room Operator, and Turnaround Construction Coordinator, Peggo Gas Plant - 110 MMcf/d Sweet and Sour Natural Gas Processing Facility, Duke Energy Field Services Ltd., Fort Nelson, British Columbia, 2000 to 2002 • Responsible for efficient operation of the gas plant. Operated Winview D.C.S. system for a gas plant with 70 mmcfd fas sales and 1000m³ light sweet crude oil sales. Facility consisted of upstream oil slug catchers and flash tanks. Amine sweeting process for CO² and H²s extraction and a refrigeration plant. • Work with team members to generate area operating budget; • Compile and sort gas plant information, identifying any concerns, and addressing them accordingly. • Built database and procedures for plant maintenance. The midstream natural gas industry is the link between natural gas exploration and production, and the delivery of its components to end-use markets. • Devised and implemented Lock Out / Tag Out procedures Turnaround and Construction Coordinator. • Work closely with the engineering on technical issues and inputs. FITS is a remote gas production monitoring service built from Duke Energy Field Services (DEFS) extensive Electronic Flow Measurement (EFM) and Radio Telemetry infrastructure. This infrastructure consists of more than 30,000 EFM's and more than 72,000 square miles of radio telemetry coverage in our operating areas. Electronic Flow Measurement (EFM) provide timely and accurate measurement of natural gas flowing into the pipeline system, by providing timely information regarding pressures, volumes, and gas component percentages. Enhances its ability to manage the use of its facilities and ensure reliable operations. • Provide technical input and guidance for team project where required. From January 2000 to October 2002 (2 years 10 months) Field and Area Superintendent @ Well Site Supervisor, Field and Area Superintendent, Brant/Farrow Gas Plant PrimeWest Energy, Cypress Energy Inc. and Canadian Jorex Ltd., Mossleigh, Alberta, 1989 -2000 Cypress Energy acquired Canadian Jorex Ltd. In 1991 and PrimeWest Energy acquired Cypress Energy in 2000. • Responsible for efficient operations of 80 gas wells, 70 oil wells and 12 compressors in three natural gas processing plants refrigeration fractionation trains gas oil and water separation batteries in The Farrow and Brant fields. Updating logbook regularly. Ensures adequate handover. Provide technical input and guidance for team project where required. Cost control, inventories and documentation; • Responsible in Planning and Coordination. Coordinates well program operations with Drilling Contractors working as a team, ensure compliance with work programs, project procedures and contract requirements. Updating forecast and plans activity to anticipate resource requirements to meet well demands and provide optimum efficiency of services. Assist in the implementation of projects and help with the coordination and scheduling of various services. Working with government agencies, ensure operationally and environmentally safe conditions; • Responsible for checking equipment on site required performing planned activities and implement contingency plans. Prepares 24-hour plan ahead document with Drilling Supervisors. Ensures Material Requests are issued in a timely manner to avoid disruption of operation. Provide technical expertise on challenging project such as tight gas reservoirs, new technology applications, and improved recovery techniques. • Responsible for analyzing drilling performance and making recommendations to improve the program and operation. Prepares detailed procedures for specific operation. Implementing strategies for optimizing existing operations. Issues Standing Instructions to Drillers for each tour. From January 1991 to January 2000 (9 years 1 month) Utility Operator @ Utility Operator, Harmattan Gas Plant Mobil Oil Canada Ltd., Olds, Alberta, 1983 to 1987 Responsible for a range of functions in the sulfur plant, boilers and reinjection facilities. From July 1983 to December 1991 (8 years 6 months) Dwayne Barnard is skilled in: Commissioning, Start ups, Operations, Interface between construction and operations, Turnaround coordination, Construction, Start-ups, Coordination, Interfaces, Gas, Pipelines, Energy, Engineering, Oil & Gas Industry, Factory


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