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Feb 2006Nov 2009

Bachelor of Engineering in Chemical & Materials Engineering

The University of Auckland

Work experience

May 2010Present

Gas Processing Engineer

Occidental Petrolum Oman

I am currently working at Occidental Petroleum Oman, which is the second major oil and gas producer in Oman. I am working as gas processing engineer at the Gas proceeding plant in Oman North Field. My roll involves optimization and improvement of  the gas  treatment process and all the utilities associated with it. I also get involved in solving and troubleshooting the day to day operational issues in the stations to insure we operate our facilities at maximum efficiency. 


IT & Software

- Excellent skills in using Microsoft excel, Word , Power point and Visio.

- very good in using process modeling simulation software's such as HYSYS  and PIPSIM.

Technical skills

Very good technical skills in relation to the operation and handling of the gas processing facilities and equipment's.  


I have developed very good leadership skills through my career as it involves managing and instruction people. I addition, sometimes I stand for acting team leader position in the absence of my team leader. I also took leader ship and public speaking sessions with a professional trainer provided by my organization, which helped me a lot in this part.  

Team work

Excellent in working with teams, as a great part of my rolls and responsibilities require me to interact with other departments, as well as working with the operators and supervisors in the stations. 

Communications skills

Excellent communication skills in both written and oral communication.





October 2011- Oxy Graduate Competency Development Program

NEXT  A Schlumberger  training campany

Five weeks  course covering all different disciplines involved in the oil and gas industry. To give a general idea of how this different majors interact and work together.

December 2011 - Gas Conditioning and Processing- G-4

PetroSkills  John M . Cambell

This course considered by many to be the most practical and comprehensive course in the oil and gas industry. Both hand-methods and computer-aided analysis are used to examine sensitivities of technical decisions. To enhance the learning process, about 30 problems will be assigned, reviewed and discussed throughout the course. Problems will be solved individually and in teams.

November 2012- Oil Production and Processing Facilities

PetroSkills Jon M. Campbell

The emphasis of this course is on oil production facilities – from the wellhead to the delivery of a specification crude oil product to the refinery. Both onshore and offshore facilities will be discussed. Produced water treating and water injection systems are also covered. Solution gas handling processes and equipment will be discussed as well, though at a relatively high level. In addition to the engineering aspects of oil production facilities, practical operating problems will also be covered including emulsion treatment, sand handling, dealing with wax and asphaltenes, etc. Exercises requiring calculations are utilized throughout the course. The course is intended to be complementary to the G-4 Gas Conditioning and Processing course which is focused on the gas handling side of the upstream oil and gas facilities area

November 2013-Instrumentation and Controls Fundamentals for Facilities Engineers- IC-3

PertroSkills John M. Campbell

This course applies fundamental instrumentation and control engineering principles to oil and gas facilities design and operation and is designed for Facilities Engineers with or without a background in instrumentation or control engineering. The course is also designed to accelerate the development of new facilities Instrumentation and Control Engineers. Through the use of individual and group problem solving, attendees will learn about field measurement devices, final elements and actuators, pressure relief and regulation, documentation, programmable logic controllers, power supplies, SCADA, DCS, SIS, hazardous areas, and installation methods. Participants will gain a better understanding of instrumentation and control components and systems and will gain a greater appreciation for instrumentation and control engineering

December 2014- Relief and Flare Systems -PF-44

PetroSkills John M. Campbell

This is an intensive 5-day course providing a comprehensive overview of relief and flare systems for oil and gas processing facilities. The course begins with the need for pressure control/overpressure protection, continues with the key engineering and design aspects including Code considerations, and concludes with selecting and defining the components of a relief and flare system. The material of the course is applicable to onshore field production facilities, pipelines, gas plants, terminals, and offshore production facilities.