Anthony Harjo Curriculum Vitae


Project Engineer and Field Engineer



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Project Engineer and Field Engineer

Global Industries Offshore, Inc., Houma, Louisiana, USA

Staff employee reporting to the Project Managers of the projects listed below. Attend project meetings and prepare installation procedures. 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, incident investigations, and lessons learned.

  • Pipeline Buckle Investigation: Shell Odyssey 20” diameter pipeline.

  • Pipeline, S-Lay and J-Tube Pull: Shell Salsa 4” diameter pipeline and J-tube pull in the Gulf of Mexico from GB-128A to GB-172 with the anchor crane vessel DLB-323.

  • Pipeline Buckle Investigation: Shell Salsa 14” diameter pipeline.

  • Pipeline, S-Lay: Shell Boxer 12” diameter Pipeline Installation in the Gulf of Mexico from GC-19 to SS-359 with the anchor crane vessel DLB CHEROKEE.

  • Pipeline Buckle Investigation: Shell Boxer 12” diameter Pipeline.

  • Pipeline, S-Lay: Newfield Exploration Company 6” diameter Pipeline Installation in the Gulf of Mexico from VK-209 to VK-121 with the anchor crane vessel DLB CHEROKEE.

  • Jacket and Deck: Amerada Hess 1997 Platform Abandonments in the Gulf of Mexico at WC-571, WD-27, & WD-29 with the anchor crane vessel DB-3.

  • Jacket and Deck: Chevron USA Producing Company 1997 Platform Abandonments in the Gulf of Mexico at WC-173D, ST-134E, ST-134N, and ST- 134T with the anchor crane vessel DB-3.

  • Jacket: Trunkline Gas Company Tri-Mars jacket installation in the Gulf of Mexico in SS-139 with the anchor crane vessel DB-3.

  • Compressor Module: Pogo Producing Company 150 ton compressor recovery in the Gulf of Mexico with the anchor crane vessel DB‑3.

January 1996 to May 1997

Project Engineer, Pipeline Engineer, and Field Engineer

Subsea International, Inc., Belle Chase, Louisiana, USA

Staff employee reporting to the Project Managers the projects listed below. Attend project meetings and prepare installation procedures. Monitor onshore and offshore pipeline fabrication, NDT, anode installation, and field joint coating, and offshore installation. Monitor fabrication and material consumption rates, and construction schedules. Complete daily progress reports, incident investigations, and lessons learned.

  • Pipeline Spool Piece and Hot Tap: Shell Cobia 12” diameter Riser Spool & Hot Tap Installation in the Gulf of Mexico, MP-289, with the DP DSV Subsea Mayo.

  • Pipeline, S-Lay: Shell Cobia 12” diameter x 1.5 mile Pipeline extension in the Gulf of Mexico, MP-189, with the anchor crane vessel DLB-323.

  • Pipeline Buckle Investigation: Shell Cobia 12” diameter pipeline.

  • Pipeline, S-Lay and J-Tube Pull: Shell Enchilada 12” diameter x 2.5 mile, and 12” diameter x 2.6 mile pipeline & J-Tube Pull in the Gulf of Mexico, GB-128, with the anchor crane vessel DLB-323.

  • Pipeline Buckle Investigation: Shell Enchilada 12” diameter pipeline.

  • Pipeline Spool Piece: Shell 20”, 24”, and 30” diameter pipeline spool piece installations in the Gulf of Mexico, SMI-76, with the anchor crane vessel DLB-323 and DP DSV SUBSEA MAYO.

  • Pipeline, S-Lay: King Ranch 8” diameter x 2.2 mile and 4” diameter x 1.2 mile Pipeline in the Gulf of Mexico, VR 281, with the anchor crane vessel DLB‑323.

  • Pipeline, S-Lay: NCX 6” diameter x 9 mile pipeline in the Gulf of Mexico from CA 21 to CA 25 with the anchor crane vessel DLB-323.

  • Pipeline, S-Lay: Apache 8” diameter x 5.2 mile pipeline in the Gulf of Mexico from GA 301A to GA 272 with the anchor crane vessel DLB-323.

  • Pipeline, S-Lay: Centana 18” diameter x 60 mile pipeline in the Gulf of Mexico from MP 225 to MP 69 with the anchor crane vessel DLB-323.

  • Pipeline, S-Lay: Phillips 16” diameter x 9.5 mile pipeline in the Gulf of Mexico from SS 349A to EW 990 with the anchor crane vessel DLB-323.

  • Pipeline, S-Lay: Sea Robin 16” diameter x 2 mile pipeline in the Gulf of Mexico from WC 580 to EC 334 with, the anchor crane vessel DLB‑323.

  • Pipeline, S-Lay: Centana 10” diameter x 11.3 mile pipeline in the Gulf of Mexico from ST 229 to ST 206 with the anchor crane vessel DLB‑323

  • Pipeline Buckle Investigation: Centana 10” diameter pipeline in the Gulf of Mexico.

  • Pipeline, S-Lay: Chevron 20” diameter x 29 mile pipeline in the Gulf of Mexico from ST 151 to ST 265 with the anchor crane vessel DLB-323.

  • Pipeline Buckle Investigation: Chevron 20” diameter pipeline in the Gulf of Mexico.

  • Diving Operations: Completed DLB-323 stinger checks as a Diver. Field Engineer for the Underwater Intervention 1996 Underwater Welding, Burning, and NDT Demonstration at SubSea International, Inc, Bell Chase, Louisiana.

October 1995 to January 1996

Field Engineer, Welder, Inspector, and Diving Tender

Oceaneering International, Inc., Morgan City, Louisiana, USA

Staff employee reporting to the Project Manager. Completed API RP 2A Level I Survey of 57 Exxon offshore structures in the Gulf of Mexico, offshore Texas and Louisiana.

September 1995

Captain, US Army Reserve

U.S. Army Engineer School, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, USA

U.S. Army active duty training.



    • Engineer Officer Advanced Course Graduate

    • Completed Advanced Army Personnel Management, Equipment and Maintenance Management, Construction Project Management, and Military Operations training in a class room and during field exercises.

    • Promoted to Captain, U.S. Army Reserve.

June 1995 to August 1995

Field Engineer, Welder, Welding Inspector, and Diver Tender

Oceaneering International, Inc., Morgan City, Louisiana, USA

Staff employee reporting to the Project Manager during the following project.

  • Platform Inspection: API RP 2A Level II, III, & IV underwater inspections of Unocal HI 334-A, and Shell WD-32B, WD-32E, & WD-32-004 platforms in the Gulf of Mexico at water depths up to 60 foot sea water.

July 1992 to June 1995

Welding Engineer, Field Engineer, and Diver Tender

Oceaneering Technologies, Inc., Upper Marlboro, Maryland, USA

Staff employee reporting to the Project Manager during the underwater welding repair of 27 U.S. Navy vessels in various U.S. harbors, including propeller protection rings, rope guards, bilge keels, sonar dome support structures, auxiliary propulsion units, hull plates, and rudders.

  • QA/QC: Welding Engineer and Field Engineer for the preparation of a contract specific procedures and quality plans for underwater ship repair operations in compliance with AWS D3.6, NAVSEA NSTM CH-074, MIL-STD-1689/1688, MIL-STD-248, and MIL-STD-278 requirements for the NAVSEA Underwater Ship Husbandry Division Diving Services Contract.

  • NDT: ASNT Certified Level III VT+MT+PT Inspector (KM-1547) for the qualification and certification of 19 Level II VT+MT+PT Inspectors for surface and underwater work, Morgan City, Louisiana.

  • Pipeline Inspection: Tender and Diver for the TRANSCO 24” diameter pipeline inspection in New York Harbor.

October 1991 to June 1992

Student

College of Oceaneering, Wilmington, California, USA

  • Associate of Science Degree, June 1992

  • Surface Supplied Air Diving Certificate

    • Underwater Welding Technology Certificate

September 1989 to September 1991

Lieutenant, U.S. Army Reserve Combat Engineer Platoon Leader

U.S. Army, 87th Engineer Company, Fort Irwin, California, USA

U.S. Army active duty service before, during, and after Operation Desert Shield.

  • Lead and manage 20+ Army Combat Engineer Unit daily tasks and activities

  • Lead and manage 100+ Army Combat Engineer Unit quarterly tasks and activities

  • Lead and manage the construction and/or demolition of various small civil and military projects

  • Promoted to First Lieutenant, U.S. Army Reserve.

May 1989 to August 1989

Lieutenant, U.S. Army Reserve

U.S. Army Engineer School, Fort Belvoir, Virginia, USA

U.S. Army active duty training.

  • Engineer Officer Basic Course Graduate

  • Complete Personnel Management, Equipment Maintenance Management, Construction Project Management, Construction Technology (including Geotechnology, Roads, Airfields, Bridges, and Structures), Explosive Demolitions, and Military Operations training in a class room and during field exercises

  • Selected for Active Duty Service.

August 1988 to May 1989

Welding Engineer (GS-894-05/07)

Mare Island Naval Shipyard, Vallejo, California, USA

Department of the Navy Civilian Welding Engineer reporting to the Welding Engineering Division Manager. Completed MIL-STD-1688/1689, MIL-STD-248, and MIL-STD-278 Welding Procedure Qualification, Welder Qualification, Welding Surveillance, and Weld Inspection of submarines in dry dock.



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