Project Engineer (III)
- Determining objectives and evaluating alternatives.
- Defining scope.
- Developing and monitoring schedules.
- Estimating and monitoring costs.
- Engineering and designing equipment, piping and process flow.
- Preparing specifications for construction and equipment purchases.
- Managing equipment procurement.
- terms and conditions.
- Supervising and planning jobs.
- Interfacing with operations and regulatory agencies.
- Managing the turnover, startup and maintenance of facilities.
Acting as Clint Rep. for several Project inside Abqaiq Plants:
Upgrade Power Transmission System
This project addresses the existing electrical network deficiencies and improves high-voltage power supply reliability into North Ghawar Producing Facilities: ABGOSP-2, ABGOSP-3, and ABNWIP. Abqaiq Plants scope of this project is to expand Abqaiq Plants 69 kV outdoor substation 50 switch-yards by installing two new breaker-and-a-half bays with hybrid circuit breakers and all associated control and protection equipment. The LSTK “Lump Sum Turn Key” contract was awarded to EPC “Energy Power and Contracting” company. (Cost: $98MM)
Replace Medium Voltage Cables (PILC), Abqaiq Plants
This budget item for the replacement of medium voltage cables at Abqaiq Plants to improve the plants’ reliability. It is proposed to replace 16,700 meters of 13.8kV PILC (Paper Insulated Lead Covered) cables supplying power to 12 substations. (Cost: $ 32MM)
Upgrade Buildings for Risk Mitigation
This project was submitted to provide buildings with pressurizing system and toxic gases detection system. This project will upgrade seventy two (72) buildings which are subjected to a higher risk. Five (5) of these buildings require mitigation from explosion hazard, seventy (70) from fire or flammable gas related hazard and twenty-one (21) from toxic gas ingress hazard. (Cost: $ 32MM)
Abqaiq Plants 3rd Party Cogeneration Project
This project will support Saudi Aramco corporate strategy to maximize company energy efficiency. BI-10-00992 is a 3rd party cogeneration facility. Power Systems is the proponent of this facility. The Energy Conversion Agreement (ECA) was signed between Saudi Aramco and Consortium headed by Marubine Company of Japan. The Consortium awarded the LSTK to SAMSUNG. Two gas turbine generators with their HRSGs will be constructed at the Cogeneration Site (North of APS-7). The facility will supply approximately 1200 MMPPH of high pressure steam to Abqaiq Plants and export 300 MW of power to Saudi Electricity Company Substation # 49. This project will increase Abqaiq Plants overall steam efficiency from 64% to 81%. (Cost : $235MM)