Job Scope ;
Participates in setting and Implements the Corrosion and Inspection Management Strategies in the company assets and maintains policies updated with latest industry best practices to ensure implementation of Risk Based Inspection, Inspection Planning and timely execution, internal and external corrosion prevention measures, as well as coordinating integrity assessments, Fitness-
for-Service and remnant life assessment of critical equipment.
Plans, directs, coordinates and supervises the activities of the Corrosion and Inspection Department in order to ensure assets mechanical integrity and minimize the risks of failures in service.
Provides expert advice, technical back-up and professional guidance to other in interpreting data, finding solutions and co-
coordinating for efficient field services to ensure the safe operation, engineering integrity of process equipment and systems, storage and loading of LNG, LPG, Pentane and Sulphur products in addition to other export gas facilities (IGD & OAG).
Provide support to Maintenance for quality assurance to ensure major maintenance investments to the ADNOC LNG assets is in accordance with standards.
Responsibilities / Job Duties :
Performs as Technical Authority to prevent failures by loss of containment in pressure equipment and piping and other assets as established in ADNOC LNG Asset Integrity and Reliability Management System.
Plans, directs and supervises the activities of all assigned personnel in the Inspection and Corrosion Department.
Controls and coordinates the activities of a multi discipline team of engineers in the field of mechanical inspection, QA / QC, corrosion monitoring, cathodic protection and metallurgy to provide efficient technical support and services to maintain mechanical integrity of LNG assets process equipment and structures.
Informs Management on status of Inspection Compliance through monthly reports with Key Performance Indicators representative of all areas such as percentage of inspection completion, overdue inspections, piping leaks, R&Rs issued, overdue PSV inspections, corrosion rates, CP potential protection levels, budget compliance, etc.
Plans and coordinates Root-Cause-Analysis (RCA) in order to introduce corrective actions to prevent failure re-occurrence in static equipment.
Coordinates Fitness for Service (FFS) assessment and remnant life assessment of equipment and piping and proposes replacement plans as required.
Actions must be planned in agreement with other involved departments and in accordance with 5-Year Plan and budget cycles and procedures to ensure proper implementation.
Ensures that all services and activities are carried out in accordance with the Company applied QA / QC procedures, conforming with ADNOC COPs and International Standards and best practices examples of such are refurbishment of cold duty insulation during normal plant operations on line and the painting refurbishment of the ADNOC LNG assets in order to support fabric maintenance actions.
Controls and supervises the expenditure of Normal Revenue Budget of the department. Co-ordinates the preparation of 5-
Year Plan and annual Capital / Major Revenue Expenditure Budget with Cost Services Department for Management approval.
Administers, and implements the integrated Quality Control policy during trains overhaul, and ensure Shutdown Contractor’s compliance with.
Attends shutdown Managerial meetings at Department Heads level and advised on QA / QC related aspects, to ensure the timely successful completion of train overhaul.
Attends the Monthly Management Planning Meetings, Weekly Production Meeting and Central HSE Committee Meetings to exchange information on status of integrity plans and coordinate with other Department leaders the implementation and completion of planned actions.
Provide technical support in Statement and Definition of requirements (SOR and DOR) meetings for all modifications and local projects, advising on welding procedures, Non-
destructive Testing (NDT), and pressure test requirements for all site and systems modification. Scrutinizes specification while purchasing new materials and equipment as necessary.
Reviews and provide comments to technical documents for engineering projects, as well as contractor’s engineering construction packages regarding to scope of work, method of statement for work implementation, welding, painting, insulation, material selection, QA / QC plan and ensures they comply with ADNOC LNG procedures, specifications and standards.
Reviews the status of the LNG Plant Cathodic protection systems, identifies deficiencies and develops the necessary rectification measures.
This covers three LNG Trains, sea water intake, new tank farm and LNG / Sulphur facilities and loading jetties.
Promotes and ensures implementation of HSE policies within the Department
Carries out other related or similar duties as assigned such as attend progress meetings with VPP, VPO, VPPM & GTSM to co-
ordinate support to maintenance activities.
Minimum Requirements :
B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering or equivalent chartered engineer in appropriate discipline
20 years of minimum experience with at least 15 years in a professional corrosion and inspection engineering role in addition to 5-
year supervisory role in corrosion and inspection engineering experience in the oil refining or petrochemical industry.
Demonstrates Leadership roles with identifiable achievements and contribution toward integrity in Oil & Gas facilities.
Possess current knowledge of best practices in integrity assessment, including experience in Risk Based Inspection, Root Cause Analysis and Fitness-for-Service.
Good spoken and written English.
Either NACE Specialist or API certified