Anthony Harjo Curriculum Vitae


September 2010 to February 2012



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September 2010 to February 2012

Subsea Installation Lead for Heavy Lifts, Jumpers, Umbilicals, and Flying Leads

Delta Marine Technologies, Inc., Montgomery, Texas, USA

Contractor reporting to the Subsea Manager while working on behalf of Noble Energy during the Tamar Development Project during the following activities during the installation contractor contract award, subsea equipment procurement, and installation contractor FEED stages. Monitor document delivery and prepare forecasts.



  • Project Management: Revised contract scope of work documents for the Heavy Lift, Rigid Pipe Jumper, Umbilical, and Flying Lead installation work packages. Completed the contract negotiation and award process with the installation contractor, Aker Solutions AMC (who later became EMAS AMC). Managed installation contractor and work package technical interfaces with FEED contractor, IntecSea.

  • Rigid Pipe Jumpers: Procurement of 18 total 8 inch, 10 inch, and 16 inch diameter rigid pipe jumpers with FMC and Cameron connectors for 234 and 1678 meters water depth. Review and comment on design details and installation procedures.

  • Suction Piles: Procurement of three (3) suction piles and install a total of four (4) suction piles for 234 and 1678 meters water depth. Review and comment on design details and installation procedures.

  • Manifold and Structures: Procurement of One (1) 336 tonne FMC Manifold, two (2) 82 tonne FMC Subsea Isolation Valve (SSIV) skids, one (1) 100 tonne FMC Subsea Distribution Assembly (SDA), and six (6) additional FMC Umbilical and Fiber Optic Cable (FOC) connector skids for 234 to 1678 meters sea water. Review and comment on design details and installation procedures.

  • Umbilicals: Procurement of Two (2) main Oceaneering umbilicals each totaling 152.5 km long, six (6) infield umbilicals each 4 to 7 km long, and one (1) SSIV umbilical for water depths ranging from 234 to 1678 meters water depth. Review and comment on installation procedures.

  • Flexible Pipe Jumpers, Steel Flying Leads, Electrical Flying Lead, and Fiber Optic Flying Leads: Procurement of 108 total FMC flying leads installed for 234 to 1678 meters water depth. Review and comment on installation procedures.

  • Systems Integration Testing (SIT): Monitor the subsea SIT activities at the FMC manufacturing facility in Houston, Texas. USA.

May 2010 to September 2010

Well Site Leader / Company Vessel Representative (CVR)

Delta Marine Technologies, Inc., Montgomery, Texas, USA

Contractor reporting to the BP Well Site Manager while working on behalf of BP Americas during the BP Macondo well blowout intervention and remediation offshore Louisiana, USA, in Mississippi Canyon Block 252 (MC 252) in 1524 meters (5000 feet) water depth. Work night shift aboard the Subsea 7 MSV Skandi Neptune and the Oceaneering MSV Ocean Intervention, during ROV operations during a two weeks on and one week off rotation.

  • Project Management: Coordinate with BP Well Operations (Well-Ops), Simultaneous Operations (SIMOPs), Management of Change (MOC), Logistics, and Transportation teams. Manage BP subcontractors aboard the vessel. Interface with vessel Offshore Managers and Project Engineers. Monitor work performed. Monitor vessel health and environmental data, and HSE compliance. Review and sign contractor Daily Progress Reports (DPRs).

  • ROV: Monitor ROV maintenance and intervention tasks - Survey of the Well Head and Lower Marine Riser. Installation of a Well Head cover and a flexible riser. Trial and error use of ROV camera on a stick, and thruster on a stick, and dispersant wand field expedient tools. Lower and recover tool baskets. Assemble and connect oil dispersant hoses and manifolds. Spray oil dispersant chemical Corexit. Monitor and record environmental data at the well head.

January 2010 to May 2010

Senior Field Engineer

West African Ventures Limited, Lagos, Nigeria

Employee reporting to the Offshore Construction Manager during the Chevron Nigeria Limited (CNL) Escravos Gas Project Phase 3A (EGP3A) project offshore Warri, Nigeria, aboard the Jascon 30 on anchors in 5 to 7 meters sea water.



  • Pipeline, S-Lay: Monitor the 24 inch diameter x 12.2 Km pipeline pipe joint resupply, SMAW welding, RT, anode installation, field joint coating, and installation with an internal buckle detector from the Okan NWP facility to the beach approach lay down target. Monitor production schedules and prepare forecasts. Complete davit lift rigging plans and work plans.

  • Pipeline Buckle Investigation: Complete recovery of 24 inch diameter pipeline buckle in 7 meters sea water. Monitor dewatering with pipeline pigs. Provide advice during pipeline buckle investigation.

  • Subsea Riser and Pipeline Spools: Prepare rigging plans for the 24 inch diameter subsea riser, and the tie-in spools to the jacket and in-line wye installed by others.

  • Pipeline In-Line Tie-In: Prepare rigging and installation plans for the 24 inch diameter pipeline in-line tie-in.

July 2009 to December 2009

Subsea Installation Engineer

DeltaAfrik Engineering Limited, Lagos, Nigeria

Employee reporting to the MPN Construction Manager while working on behalf of Mobile Producing Nigeria (MPN) Major Integrity Projects (MIPs) in Lagos and Port Harcourt during the project FEED phase. Review and comment on installation contractor, Suffolk Petroleum Services Limited (SPSL), procedures for the following activities.



  • Pipeline S-Lay Shore Approach: Qua Iboe Terminal (QIT) 24 inch diameter Edop, Ubit, and Idoho Pipelines Shore Approach

  • Onshore Pipelines: Qua Iboe Terminal (QIT) 24 inch diameter Edop, Ubit, and Idoho Onshore Pipelines

  • Pipeline and Spool Piece Installations: Edop Subsea Module to Qua Iboe Terminal 24 inch diameter Pipeline Segment Replacement in water depths to 32 meters (106 feet).

  • Pipeline, Riser, and Spool Piece Installations: 20 inch and 24 inch diameter Edop, Idoho, Ubit, Asabo, and Etim Critical Crude Pipeline Segment and Riser Replacements in water depths to 43 meters (140 feet).

  • Pipeline, Riser, and Spool Piece Installations: 16 inch diameter Ekpe - Asabo Pipeline Segment and Riser Replacements in water depths to 46 meters (151 feet).

April 2008 to March 2009

Senior Installation Engineer / Company Vessel Representative (CVR)

NES Global, Ltd, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Contractor reporting to the Project Management Contractor, Bechtel Corporation, Project Manager, while working on behalf of Reliance Industries, Ltd, on the Krishna Godawari Block D6 (KG-D6) Project and the Mukesh Ambani Block D6 (MA-D6) Project during the following operations offshore India in the Bay of Bengal in 100 – 1040 meters (328 – 3412 feet) water depth, as noted below. Prepare daily progress reports and work completion forecasts.



  • Pipeline Spool Piece: Monitor the installation and leak testing of two (2) each 4.5” and seven (7) each 24” diameter pipeline spool pieces and in 100 meters (328 feet) water depth with Divers aboard the Cal Dive DP DSV Eclipse.

  • Subsea Modules: Monitor the installation of two (2) 109 ton Subsea Isolation Valve (SSIV) modules onto the 24” diameter Gas Trunk Lines (GTLs) in 100 meters (328 feet) water depth with Divers aboard the Kreuz Subsea chartered DP MSV Rem Forza.

  • Umbilical Pull-In and Hang-Off: Monitor the first end umbilical pull-in from the Allseas Lorelay and Helix Energy Solutions hang-off of two (2) Aker Kvaerner Solutions (AKS) 130 mm diameter electric, fiber optic, and hydraulic umbilicals in 100 meters (328 feet) water depth aboard the Reliance Industries Control and Riser Platform (CRP).

  • Umbilical Pull-In and Hang-Off: Monitor the second end pull-in with assistance from the Helix Energy Solutions MSV Express, and the Helix Energy Solutions hang off of two (2) pre-laid Aker Kvaerner Solutions (AKS) 101 mm diameter electric and fiber optic umbilicals in 100 meters (328 feet) water depth aboard the Reliance Industries Control and Riser Platform (CRP).

  • Umbilical Installation: Monitor the installation of two (2) Aker Kvaerner Solutions (AKS) 90 mm diameter x 600 m long electric and hydraulic umbilicals in 100 meters (328 feet) water depth aboard the Helix Energy Solutions DP MSV Express.

  • ROV Valve Operations: Monitor ROV valve operations during the flooding, pigging, gauging, and hydrostatic testing of 6”, 8”, 10”, 16”, 18”, and 24” diameter pipelines in water depths up to 1040 meters (3412 feet) aboard the Allseas DP MSV Calamity Jane and chartered DP MSV Skandi Carla.

  • ROV Valve Operations: Monitor ROV valve operations in preparation for the hydrostatic pressure testing of the MEG lines in the Aker Kvaerner Solutions (AKS) hydraulic / electric / fiber optic umbilicals at water depths up to 1052 meters (3451 feet) aboard the Canyon Offshore chartered DP MSV Olympic Canyon.

  • ROV Metrology: Monitor LBL array installation and hydro-acoustic metrology for a jumper from PLET M5 to the subsea manifold S-2 in 900 meters (2953 feet) water depth aboard the Cal Dive DP DSV Eclipse.

  • ROV Metrology: Monitor LBL array installation for the 24” Gas Trunk Line (GTL) termination in 1000 meters (3280 feet) water depth aboard the Cal Dive DP DSV Eclipse for the MA-D6 project.

  • ROV Pipeline Salvage: Monitor buckled pipeline cutting and recovery of pipe sections using an ROV operated underwater cutting tool and BallTech recovery tool aboard the Canyon Offshore DP MSV Olympic Canyon in 700 meters (2296 feet) water depth for the MA-D6 project.

March 2008

Subsea Installation Engineer

General Marine Contractors, LLC, Houston, Texas, USA

Contractor reporting to the Project Manager during the Pacific Energy Resources Eureka pipeline remediation project proposal. Prepared a project execution plan for the installation of a 7 inch dia x 1.83 mile long stainless steel pipeline inside an existing 12” pipeline offshore California, USA, by single pipe J-lay with the anchored crane vessel Pacific in 229 meters (750 feet) water depth.



August 2007 to February 2008

Lead Installation Engineer

Delta Marine Technologies, Inc., Montgomery, Texas, USA

Contractor reporting to the Construction Manager while working on behalf of Superior Offshore International, Inc., providing guidance to one installation engineer, three field engineers, and two draftsmen in support the following projects offshore Trinidad or other locations as noted.

  • Platform Inspection: British Petroleum Trinidad & Tobago (BP TT) Mahogany-B platform inspection with the DP DSV Seamec III in 87 meters (285 feet) water depth.

  • Anchor Recovery: 12 ton abandoned anchor recovery next to the British Gas Trinidad & Tobago (BG TT) Hibiscus 24” pipeline with the DP DSV Seamec III in 37 meters (122 feet) water depth. Prepare rigging plans and installation procedures.

  • SCM Replacement: British Gas Trinidad & Tobago (BG TT) Poinsettia Subsea Control Module (SCM) replacement with the DP DSV Seamec III in 159 meters (520 feet) water depth.

  • SPM Buoy Replacement Proposal: NuStar Energy Single Point Mooring Buoy Relocation Proposal offshore Saint Eustatius, Netherlands Antilles.

  • SPM Buoy Replacement Proposal: British Petroleum Trinidad & Tobago (BP TT) Single Point Mooring Buoy Relocation Proposal in 100 meters (328 feet) water depth.

  • Pipeline Spool Piece Installations: British Petroleum Trinidad & Tobago (BP TT) and Trinidad National Gas Company (NGC) Bud / Cassia-B 30” diameter spool piece installations with the DP DSV Seamec III and DP DSV Gulmar Condor in 91 meters (299 feet) water depth. Prepare rigging plans and installation procedures.

  • Riser and Spool Piece Installation: British Petroleum Trinidad & Tobago (BP TT) Cashima, Amherstia, Cannonball, and Mango 26” diameter riser and spool piece installations with the DP DSV Seamec III and DP DSV Gulmar Condor in 72 meters (238 feet) water depth. Prepare rigging plans and installation procedures.

April 2006 to August 2007

Umbilical Interface Engineer

Technip USA, Inc., Houston, Texas, USA

Contractor reporting to the Umbilical Manager while working on behalf of BP Americas for the Atlantis Development Project during the following activities.



  • Umbilical and Cable: Review and comment on the installation contractor, Subsea 7, procedures and BP Atlantis project documents. Monitor the off-loading, System Integration Testing (SIT), mobilization, installation, hang-off, post-installation testing, and hook-up of six (6) Nexans 5”d x 6 Km long hydraulic and chemical injection dynamic umbilicals, and two (2) Nexans 5”d x 6 Km long electrical and fiber optic dynamic cables at Drill Center 1, plus the preparations for the installation of one (1) each Nexans 5”d x 3.3 Km hydraulic and electrical in-field umbilical at Drill Center 3 in the Gulf of Mexico, Green Canyon Block 743/787, including work aboard the installation vessel, the Subsea 7 DP MSV Toisa Perseus, and the Atlantis Production & Quarters (PQ) host facility in 2149 meters (7050 feet) water depth.

  • Pipeline, Pipe-in-Pipe J-Lay and Jumper: Part-Time Consultant to the BP Americas Atlantis Flowline and Riser Team, and the Well Jumper Team, as needed.

  • Umbilical FEED: Part-Time Consultant to Technip USA to the ExxonMobil six (6) Coflexip 3” and 1” diameter x 2830 m to 4639 m long umbilical installations from Zafiro FPSO to Zafiro West Host, Jade Host, and Topacio Host offshore Equatorial Guinea, Africa.

January 2003 to April 2006

Senior Staff Specialist

Technip USA, Inc., Houston, Texas, USA

Staff employee reporting to the Engineering Manager while working on working on various projects, as follows.



  • Umbilical and Cable: September 2004 to April 2006 - Review the umbilical manufacturing contractor, Nexans, manufacturing and testing documents, and BP Atlantis project documents. Travel to Nexans manufacturing facility in Halden, Norway, to monitor Factory Acceptance Testing (FAT), trans-spooling, load-out, and testing. Review and comment on the Nexans installation and hook-up documents for (6) Nexans 5”d x 6 Km long hydraulic and chemical injection dynamic umbilicals, two (2) Nexans 5”d x 6 Km long electrical and fiber optic dynamic cables, and one (1) each Nexans 5”d x 3.3 Km hydraulic and electrical in-field cable including work aboard the Atlantis Production & Quarters (PQ) host facility for work in the Gulf of Mexico in 2149 meters (7050 feet) water depth. Monitor umbilical pull-in, hook-up, post-installation testing including hydrostatic pressure testing, OTD, IR, and CR.

  • Pipeline, Pipe-in-Pipe J-Lay and Jumper: September 2004 to April 2006 - Part-Time Consultant to the BP Americas Atlantis Flowline and Riser Team, and the Well Jumper Team, as needed.

  • Pipeline, Pipe-in-Pipe J-Lay, Pipeline Reel Lay, Umbilical, and Flexible Riser FEED: September 2004 to December 2004 - Part-Time Consultant to the Technip Offshore, Inc., Pipeline Engineering Department for the BP Americas Thunder Horse Subsea Tie-Back Options Study. Prepared cost estimates for the Pipeline J-Lay, Pipeline Reel Lay, Umbilical, and Flexible Riser installation in 2082 meters (6830 feet) water depth.

  • Pipeline, Single Pipe J-Lay: January 2004 to September 2004 - Project Specialist for the Technip Offshore, Inc., Subsea, Umbilicals, Risers, and Flowlines (SURF) Group for the Brullus Simian & Sapphire single pipe quad-joint J-lay pipeline installation of 20” diameter x 4 miles (7 km), and 26” diameter x 35 mile (57 km) pipelines and PLETs offshore Egypt, with the Technip DP MSV CSO Deep Blue in 924 meters (3031 feet) water depth. Monitor suction pile installation and start-up. Monitor pipe joint resupply, beveling, automatic GTAW and GMAW welding, AUT, and field joint coating.

  • Pipeline, S-Lay: June 2003 to June 2004 - Part-Time Consultant to the Technip Offshore, Inc., Pipeline Engineering Department for the Tractebel Calypso Pipeline, LLC, project development and permitting phase for a future 90 mile long, 24” diameter gas pipeline from a LNG storage facility in the Bahamas to an onshore tie-in with the Florida Gas Transmission System near Port Everglades, Florida, with both a DP lay vessel and an anchor lay vessel in water depths up to 787 meters (2580 feet).

  • Pipeline, S-Lay: February 2003 to May 2003 - Part-Time Consultant to the Technip Offshore, Inc., Pipeline Engineering Department for the Chinese National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) 76m long, 150Te capacity, pipeline lay barge Lan Jinag stinger design project.

  • Pipeline, Pipe-in-Pipe J-Lay: January 2003 to January 2004 - Project Specialist for the Technip Offshore, Inc., Subsea, Umbilicals, Risers, and Flowlines (SURF) Group for the Shell Na Kika pipe-in-pipe quad-joint J-lay pipeline installation 10”-in-16” diameter x 25 mile electrically heated pipe-in-pipe pipelines, PLETs, and SCRs in the Gulf of Mexico, offshore Louisiana near Mississippi Canyon Block 474, aboard the Technip DP MSV CSO Deep Blue in 1770 to 1935 meters (5807 to 6350 feet) water depth. Monitor suction pile installation and start-up. Monitor pipe joint resupply, beveling, automatic GTAW and GMAW welding, AUT, and Field Joint Coating.

June 2002 to November 2002

Project Engineer and Field Engineer

Cal Dive International, Houston, Texas, USA

Staff employee reporting to the General Manager during the following activities.

  • Subsea Manifold and Pipeline Spool Piece: Review project documents and prepare rigging plans to install the 400 short ton BP Trinidad and Tobago (BP TT) Bombax Manifold Installation with drill string and ball grab, and 10 each 48” diameter pipeline spools, offshore Trinidad with the Cal Dive DP MSV Q-4000 in 98 meters (320 feet) water depth. Work as Field Engineer aboard the Q-4000.

  • Pipeline, Reel Lay, and Pipeline Spool Piece: Field Engineer aboard the MSV Q-4000 during the 6” diameter x 0.5 mile BP Trinidad and Tobago (BP TT) Kapok Reeled Pipeline Installation and two (2) Subsea spools, offshore Trinidad with the Cal Dive DP MSV Q-4000 and DP DSV Eclipse in 98 meters (320 feet) water depth. Monitor straight pipe joint beveling, welding, NDT, and Field Joint Coating. Prepare tie-in spool calculations from diver field metrology. Prepare tie-in spool rigging plans.

January 1998 to June 2002

Senior Project Engineer and Field Engineer

J. Ray McDermott, S.A., Morgan City, Louisiana, USA

Staff employee reporting to the Marine Division Chief Engineer during the projects listed below. Attend project meetings, prepare installation procedures, and coordinate activities. Monitor jack and deck welding fabrication, NDT, rigging, cargo barge load out, crane lifts, and offshore installation with hammered piles. Monitor pipeline welding, NDT, anode installation, field joint coating, material consumption rates, and offshore installation. Complete daily progress reports, work completion forecasts, incident investigations, and lessons learned.

  • Jacket, Pile, and Deck: January 2002 to June 2002 - Senior Project Engineer during the planning phase of the Total Fina Elf Carina and Aries 2000 short ton 4-pile Jacket with drilled piles, and 1000 short ton Deck Installations offshore Tierra del Fuego, Argentina, with the anchor crane vessel DB-60 in 98 meters (320 feet) water depth.

  • Jacket, Pile, and Deck: October 2001 - Senior Project Engineer and Field Engineer for the W&T Offshore, Inc., 2485 mt (2740 short ton) Tripod Jacket and 907 mt (1000 short ton) Deck Installations in the Gulf of Mexico, Eugene Island Block 397-A, with the DP crane vessel DB-50 in 122 meters (400 feet) water depth.

  • Jacket, Pile, and Deck: September 2001 - Senior Project Engineer and Field Engineer for the Williams Oil Gathering 2000 short ton 4-Pile Jacket and 1400 short ton Deck Installations in the Gulf of Mexico, Galveston Addition Block A-244-A, with the DP crane vessel DB-50 in 118 meters (387 feet) water depth.

  • Pipeline, S-Lay: June 2001 - Consulting Project Engineer for the Shell International Exploration and Production, Inc., Brutus 18" and 20" diameter x 1 mile Steel Catenary Riser (SCR) Installations in the Gulf of Mexico, Green Canyon Block 158, Brutus Tension Leg Platform with the DP crane vessel DB-16 in 924 meters (3030 feet) water depth.

  • Pipeline, Pipe-in-Pipe J-Lay: June 2001 - Consulting Project Engineer for the Shell International Exploration and Production, Inc., Crosby 8"-in-12" diameter x 10 mile Pipe-In-Pipe Pipeline and Steel Catenary Riser (SCR) J-Lay Installations from subsea manifolds in the Gulf of Mexico, Mississippi Canyon Block 889, in 1341 meters (4400 feet), to the Ursa Tension Leg Platform, Mississippi Canyon Block 809, in 1161 meters (3810 feet), with the DP crane vessel DB-50 water depth.

  • Drill Rig: February 2001 - Consulting Project Engineer and Field Engineer for the 500 short ton Helmerich & Payne Drill Rig 202 removal from the Shell Ram/Powell Tension Leg Platform in the Gulf of Mexico, Viosca Knoll Block 956-A, with the DP crane vessel DB-50 in 980 meters (3214 feet) water depth.

  • Pipeline, Pipe-in-Pipe J-Lay: March 2001 - Consulting Project Engineer for the Shell International Exploration and Production, Inc., Oregano 6"-in-10" diameter x 8.2 mile Electrically Heated Pipe-In-Pipe Pipeline and Steel Catenary Riser J-Lay Installations from a subsea manifold in the Gulf of Mexico, Garden Banks Block 516, in 1042 meters (3420 feet) water depth, to the Auger Tension Leg Platform, Garden Banks Block 426, in 860 meters (2820 feet) water depth, with the DP crane vessel DB-50.

  • Pipeline, Pipe-in-Pipe J-Lay: February 2001 - Consulting Project Engineer and Field Engineer for the Shell International Exploration and Production, Inc., Serrano 6"-in-10" diameter x 6.6 mile Electrically Heated Pipe-In-Pipe Pipeline and Steel Catenary Riser J-Lay Installations from a subsea manifold in the Gulf of Mexico, Garden Banks Block 516, in 1042 meters (3420 feet) water depth, to the Auger Tension Leg Platform, Garden Banks Block 426, in 860 meters (2820 feet) water depth, with the DP crane vessel DB-50.

  • Equipment Module Installations, Flare Boom Modification: February 2001 - Senior Project Engineer and Field Engineer for the BP Exploration & Oil, Inc., Mica 459 short ton Production Equipment Installations and 84 short ton Flare Boom Removal, Modification, and Installation at the Pompano Drilling and Production Platform in the Gulf of Mexico, Viosca Knoll Block 989, with the DP crane vessel DB-50 in 396 meters (1300 feet) water depth.

  • Equipment Module Removals, Helideck Relocation: January 2001 - Senior Project Engineer for the Freeport McMoRan Sulphur, LLC, 2000 short ton Production Equipment Module Removals and 100 short ton Heliport Relocations in the Gulf of Mexico, Main Pass Block 299, in 67 meters (219 feet) water depth with the DP crane vessel DB-50.

  • Drill Rig: January 2001 - Senior Project Engineer and Field Engineer for the Conoco Incorporated, 600 short ton Conoco Drill Rig Removal in the Gulf of Mexico, Green Canyon Block 184, in 549 meters (1800 feet) water depth with the DP crane vessel DB-50.

  • Deck: November 2000 - Project Engineer and Field Engineer for the El Paso Production Gulf of Mexico, Inc., 900 short ton Deck Installation in the Gulf of Mexico, South Timbalier Block 204B in 47 meters (153 feet) water depth the DP crane vessel DB-50.

  • Crane Vessel Proof Load Test: September 2000 - Project Engineer and Field Engineer for the J. Ray McDermott, S.A., 1980 short ton Proof Load Test of the anchor crane vessel DLB-1601 Clyde Gantry Crane at Talleres Navales del Golfo, S.A. de C.V., Fabrication Yard Dock in Veracruz, Mexico, in 14 meters (45 feet) water depth.

  • Jacket and Deck: September 2000 - Project Engineer and Field Engineer for the Vastar Resources 265 short ton Jacket and 1100 short ton Deck Installation in the Gulf of Mexico, High Island Addition Block A-5A in 18 meters (60 feet) water depth with the DP crane vessel DB-50.

  • Jacket: September 2000 - Field Engineer for the Spirit Energy ’76, 1200 short ton Jacket Installation in the Gulf of Mexico at Ship Shoal Block 295A in 75 meters (247 feet) water depth with the DP crane vessel DB-50.

  • Jacket: July 2000 - Field Engineer for the CNG Producing Company, 900 short ton Structure Removals and Reefings in the Gulf of Mexico, High Island Addition Blocks A-570A, A-477A, and A-462A in 82 meters (270 feet) water depth with the DP crane vessel DB-50.

  • Drill Rig: July 2000 - Project Engineer and Field Engineer for the Amerada Hess Corporation, 600 short ton Ensco 23 Drill Rig and Equipment Package Removals from the Baldpate Tower in the Gulf of Mexico, Garden Banks Block 260 in 504 meters (1655 feet) water depth with the DP crane vessel DB-50.

  • Crane Vessel Repair: January 2000 to June 2000 - Project Engineer and Field Engineer for the J. Ray McDermott, S.A., anchor crane vessel DLB-1601 (renamed DB-60) Upgrade and Clyde Gantry Crane Structural Repairs at Talleres Navales del Golfo, S.A. de C.V., Fabrication Yard in Veracruz, Mexico.

  • Pipeline, Pipe-in-Pipe J-Lay: January 1999 to November 1999 - Project Engineer and Field Engineer for the Shell Deepwater Development Systems, Inc., Europa 8”-in-12” diameter x 18 mile Pipe-in-Pipe Pipeline and Steel Catenary Riser (SCR) J-Lay Installations from subsea manifolds from Mississippi Canyon Block 934 in 1174 meters (3850 feet) water depth, to the Mississippi Canyon Block 807 Mars Tension Leg Platform in 853 meters (2800 feet) water depth with the DP crane vessel DB-50.

  • Pipeline, Pipe-in-Pipe J-Lay: March 1999 - Field Engineer for the Shell Deepwater Development Systems, Inc., Macaroni 6”-in-10” diameter x 11 mile Pipe-in-Pipe Pipeline J-Lay Installations from subsea manifolds in the Gulf of Mexico, Garden Banks Block 602, in 1130 meters (3708 feet) water depth, to the Garden Banks Block 426 Auger Tension Leg Platform in 860 meters (2870 feet) water depth, with the DP crane vessel DB-50.

  • Subsea Salvage: January 1999 - Consulting Project Engineer for the J. Ray McDermott, S.A., 250 short ton DB-50 Clyde Crane 4400 short ton Capacity Main Block and Hook Recovery in the Gulf of Mexico, Viosca Knoll Block 786, in 570 meters (1870 feet) water depth with the Oceaneering MSV OCEAN INTERVENTION-I .

  • Crane Vessel Proof Load Test: December 1998 - Field Engineer for the J. Ray McDermott, S.A., 660 short ton Proof Load Test of the anchor crane vessel DB-28 Clyde Gantry Crane at the J. Ray McDermott Bayou Black Yard Dock in Amelia, Louisiana, USA.

  • Drill Rig: November 1998 - Field Engineer for the Exxon Company USA 590 short ton Ensco Drill Rig 24 and equipment package installations at in the Gulf of Mexico, South Pass Block 93-A, in 136 meters (446 feet) water depth with the DP crane vessel DB-50.

  • Pipeline, Flexible Riser, & Umbilical Reel Lay; PLET, Jumper, and Flying Lead: October 1998 - Field Engineer for the two (2) Coflexip 6” diameter x 0.66 mile Flexible Risers, two (2) 4”diameter x 4.67 mile Steel Pipelines, one (1) PLET, one (1) 8” Jumper, one (1) Coflexip 5”d x 5.33 mile Umbilical, and the Umbilical Flying Lead Installations from the Oryx Energy Company Viosca Knoll Block 826-A Neptune Spar in 585 meters (1920 feet) water depth, to a Subsea Well in 528 meters (1730 feet) water depth aboard the DP crane vessel DB-50, the Cal Dive DP DSV WITCH QUEEN, and a Sonsub charted OSV.

  • Spar Buoyancy Tank: August 1998 - Field Engineer for the twelve (12) each 12 ft diameter x 150 ft long Spar buoyancy tank installations on the Oryx Energy Company Neptune Spar, in the Gulf of Mexico, Viosca Knoll Block 826-A, in 585 meters (1920 feet) water depth with the DP crane vessel DB-50.

  • Deck: July 1998 - Field Engineer for the Ocean Energy Company, 600 short ton deck installation in the Gulf of Mexico, Main Pass Block 138-B, with the anchored crane vessel DB-101.

  • Drill Rig: July 1998 - Field Engineer for the 720 short ton Helmerich & Payne H&P 100 drill rig and equipment packages off-loading in Amelia, Louisiana, with the DP crane vessel DB-16 and anchor crane vessel DB-23.

May 1997 to January 1998


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