Our Client is one of the world's largest energy companies with over 95,000 employees in 100 countries around the world, providing its customers with fuel for transportation, energy for heat and light, retail services and petrochemicals products for everyday items. Our Client's brand has grown to become recognised worldwide for quality gasoline, transport fuels, chemicals and alternative sources of energy such as wind, solar and biofuels. Our Client is progressive, responsible, innovative and
* Provide HSSE leadership, guidance and personal example to the construction workforce to support a positive safety culture. Conduct and record daily Safety audits, conversations or reviews providing feedback and suggestions for improvements.
* Provide verification that the EPC contractor is executing work in full conformance and compliance with their own standards, plans and designs.
* Review and approval of EPC contractor workpacks in line with the Activity Planning gated process of 12, 6 and 2 weeks gate criteria.
* Actively participate in constructability programme at formal reviews as well as during workpack reviews and observations made on site. Bring local knowledge and lessons learned to the constructability process to maximise opportunity for construction safety, efficiency or schedule benefit.
* Provide assurance to the Project Brownfield Project Manager of conformance to the GPO construction functional expectations
* Review quality of work standards as well as compliance with design intent at all stages of construction, but in particular when system or package is offered by EPC contractor as complete. Follow GOC processes to verify satisfactory completion, raising any non-conformances as appropriate and accepting on behalf of completed work when no non-conformances exist.
* Drive productivity, efficiency and productive time through supporting and advising the EPC contractor, intervening if necessary to resolve or escalate issues or concerns to Project Brownfield Project Manager
* Directly manage specialist contractors as required.
Liaison and interface with the Operations and asset teams as necessary
* Strong personal commitment and demonstrable record to health, safety, environmental and regulatory performance.
* Must have minimum of 10 years' experience of working in the Oil and Gas sector (onshore experience preferred)
* Must have minimum of 10 years' experience of construction supervision or management on major projects
* Must have a strong drive and track record of delivery of safety performance and quality workmanship Demonstrated leadership skills and technical expertise in mechanical and other construction disciplines
* Able to interact effectively with company & contractor personnel on location to get the job done
* Able to interact effectively with engineering staff, as well as equipment manufactures and vendors to solve complex issues in a timely manner
* Self-motivation and ability to work both independently and as a good team player
* Strong interpersonal and coaching skills with proven ability to influence others
* Computer skills with demonstrated proficiency in EXCEL, WORD, and PowerPoint.
* Good communication and organisation skills
* Experience working in projects, including construction, commissioning and start-up
* Technical qualifications or experience in more than one trade
EU regulations controlling substances which Deplete the Ozone Layer (HFCF gases) are changing. From January 2015 the sale and transportation of the refrigerant currently in use (R22 or Freon) at the FPS Refrigerated Liquid Petroleum Gas, RLPG plant will be prohibited. This means a partial loss of ability to top up the existing system and makes continued long term operation of the existing RLPG plant impossible
The impact of shutting down the RLPG plant is significant. Approximately 400 mboed of offshore North Sea production is supported by the operation of the FPS RLPG plant. Having to curtail this amount of production would have obvious financial and reputational impacts on .
The KLPG Chilldown Project is essentially a project to replace the existing RLPG plant with a similar RLPG plant designed to utilise an EU approved refrigerant (R410A). The new plant is currently estimated to come online in Q1 2017 and is designed to operate until 2032.
The project will install a new refrigeration plant which will operate utilising R410A as the refrigerant gas, replacing the existing Freon (R22) system. The gas properties of Freon and R410A differ sufficiently to require the installed equipment be specified to different design conditions.
The plant will consist of:
* Six PAU's each housing the main process equipment.
* Condenser package.
* Two of skid mounted LP Compressors.
* Two of skid mounted HP Compressors.
* Pre-assembled switch room with adjacent LER.
* Associated pipework, culverts and ties ins.
* Modifications to existing utilities.
The KLPG Chilldown Project is a high intensity schedule driven project, it requires to be fast tracked to completion. The start-up date is Q1 2017, therefore candidates must be in a position to be released immediately from their current role.