I am an experienced technician proficient in the maintenance and repair of numerous electronic systems used in Oil and Gas field equipment. I am an effective problem solver, who diagnoses and resolves issues in a timely and accurate manner. I am skilled in the installation and repair of computer based remote operation systems utilizing CANBUS, MODBUS, Ethernet, RS232 and RS485 serial, J1939, and PLC controls. I also have experience with hydraulic systems, satellite communications, and network component configuration.
As part of a team of Electronic Technicians, I was responsible for the wiring, termination, programming, testing, and repairing of a large well stimulation vessel, the HOS Saylor, which was completed in Jacksonville, FL in 2007. Duties included the check in and inspection of all wiring, sensors, hardware, and computer systems used in the project. Deficiencies were noted and the correct steps taken to resolve any problems with materials. Working from a large set of drawings, our team pulled
cables, installed racks and intrinsically safe enclosures, terminated all cable glands to specification, terminated all
wiring, and tested the function of each component to the customer standards. One of the main components of this project
was the completion of the Data Acquisition Center. This module required installing 14 industrial computers, multiple
monitors, installing and configuring all software on all PC's (IFS, ACE, Prolink II, CANUSB application), and network component installation and configuration. Other duties included the installation of the CANBUS system and configuration, intercom and radio installation, and full testing of all components. This project also required multiple resolutions to problems encountered during the build, working with all other trades to ensure a timely completion of the project, PLC control programming for remote valve operation, and working in harsh conditions on a daily basis.
I was also part of the design, material selection, installation, and testing of another stimulation vessel built in Aberdeen, Scotland in 2009. During the 2 months of construction my responsibilities included the coordination of 3rd party building of individual modules used in the construction of the vessel, monitoring of materials and coordinating
replenishment when necessary, installing all components and testing, working with the ships crew to merge our systems with theirs, and the final checkout of the vessel before deployment to the North Sea.
I also worked on the upgrades and repairs made to a stimulation vessel working in the Bohai Bay in China in 2010.
This project involved software upgrades, new system installation and configuration, satellite system upgrades, repairs to
existing equipment as needed, and training of personnel on the new components installed. The project was a success in
all regards and resulted in the awarding of a large contract to my company.
I was responsible for diagnosing and repairing a full stimulation spread in the country of Gabon for a Total Oil project in
2008. This assignment required finding innovative ways of repairing units due to the complications with securing
materials from the US. After completing repairs and fully testing each individual unit, I followed the equipment to a
remote location in the jungles of Gabon and filled the role of Electronics Technician for the duration of the well servicing. My duties on this project also called for the maintenance on an 80K coiled tubing unit and the installation and programming of bottom hole instrumentation for well monitoring.
As one of the Lead Technicians in a shop supporting 5 fracturing crews in Oklahoma and Odessa, TX, my duties are to mentor junior technicians, assist with troubleshooting and repair of all equipment, maintain the schedule to ensure complete crew coverage at all times, order parts and maintain on hand stock, and administer the preventative maintenance schedule to ensure each piece of equipment is in top condition and job ready.
As a Lead Technician, my responsibilities included mentoring and evaluating each field technician in order to provide the highest degree of competency within the Electronic Technician group. I was involved in scheduling, time keeping and payroll, preventative maintenance program compliance, special project completions in the shop, and materials management and parts procurement. I provided support to field technicians via telephone and email in order to minimize non productive time on field equipment.
My job duties involved the maintenance and repair of a variety of fracturing system components on remote field location throughout the United States and Internationally. These duties included performing preventative maintenance to ensure the equipment was in top condition, facilitating repairs to 4-20 mA sensors, maintaining and repairing Windows based computer systems for equipment control and data acquisition, satellite system maintenance and repair, and cable repairs. I also repaired and calibrated radioactive densitometers.
Install, configure, test, and repair Novar Control Systems components for lighting, HVAC, and refrigeration on Wal-Mart stores across the United States. I also performed energy management system upgrades on over 350 Home Depot stores in the western United States. These upgrades required the installation, programming, and testing of the main energy management control module, configuration of the network adapters to connect to the corporate network and the Novar control systems monitoring site.
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