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Will Hickey
2017-09-02 16:47  

A COMPETENT HR DEVELOPMENT and PROJECTFINANCIAL ADVISOR with extensive experience on major

invested projects in the Oil and GasIndustries, Mining, Refineries, Power Generation, Ports, and Heavy

Equipment. Fully literate in English and withsome Chinese, Russian, and Bahasa Indonesia with acquired

techniques in managing and communicatingtechnical and financial issues with executives, directors,

investors, managers and governmentofficials. . Key technical skills have encompassed

 Supervisory / Advising/ Technical skillsfor Training, ISD, DACUM, linked to IR, PM & QC initiatives.

 Organising and co-ordinating flairrelated to training and capacity building (organizational & local).

 Preparation and negotiation of financial/technical contracts for administration, projects, and all turnkeys.

 Ability to liaise effectively at alllevels including executive/ investors for smooth communication.

 Personnel training, coaching, mentoring,and development capabilities for executives, finance, operations

 Business acumen and financialadministrative proficiency, especially in currencies and banking systems.

 Training (TNA) for diagnosis &technical problem-solving in terms of oil finance and banking.

 Pre-commissioning / testing / commissioningexpertise and start-up experience all aspects of projects.

 Some interdisciplinary experience inmachinery & rotating equipment ( Drilling w/ international codes, API ).

STRENGTHS

 Experienced in running SEZ’s, Greenfieldand Bonded Warehouse projects with different disciplines.

 Experience in Localization, EconomicDevelopment, investment and foreign supplier/contractor liaisons.

 PC Literacy - MS Office, MS Project,Primavera, PeopleSoft, and related applications.

 Training integration for business plan inFinance, Operations, Maintenance and HR Departments.

 An open-minded, co-operative andhard-working results-oriented team builder.

 Adept in all aspects of preparation,negotiation and management of contractors with terms.

BREIF SUMMARY of ENERGY and INFRASTRUCTUREPROJECTS CONSULTING and ADVISING to 2016

 Modular O&G refinery capacitybuilding - Indonesia current

 Electrical transmission and distributionPPP - Indonesia 2015

 Attracting foreign investment for portexpansion- Indonesia/China 2014

 Oil investment consulting for financialservices - Singapore 2013

 Resource and supply chain managementsourcing Korea 2012

 Steel production and technology transfer- Indonesia/ Korea 2011

 Bonded warehouses and Economic SEZdevelopment- Malaysia/ Singapore 2010

 Localization and T&D Advisor, U.S.Govt -- Sri Lanka/ India 2009- 2010

 Coal fired and CCGT power plantconstruction/ investment- Sri Lanka/ China 2009

 Mining Project & Senior TrainingAdvisor – Indonesia 2008 - 2009

 Construction T&D & QC advisor(Parsons) – Hong Kong 2006 - 2007

 Upstream O&G Training Advisor(Chevron) – Kazakhstan 2005 - 2006

 Downstream Training & DevelopmentAdvisor– China 2005

 PM and HSE/ NEOBOSH Training Advisor –Kazakhstan 2003-2005

 Heavy Equipment Trainer (Caterpillar) –China 2002

 Consultant and Advisor Scheduling(Bechtel) – China 2001

 Polytechnical and Construction Trainer –U.S.A. 1999-2000

 QC & Operations Management Trainer –China 1996-1998

 HSE Training Instructional Designer (Dow)– China 1995

QUALIFICATIONS Diploma-HRD/Finance

 Certification in Green Growth/Renewables/ Feed In – World Bank 2012

 Certification in Oil/ Gas PSA Finance/Accting– University of Texas 2005

 Exec. Education in Economic Development –Harvard University 2004

 Ph. D. Diploma in HRD/Finance – PennState University 1998-2000

TRAINING Year Trained

 TAFE Training for Mining Standards(Australia protocol) 2008

 API Training for Pipes,Pressures, andPipelines standards 2006

 Coker Structure operator training andcontractor coordinator for SGI/ SGP (H 2 S) refinery 2006

 NEBOSH Training for HSE 2006

 PMBoK (Training) Human Resources, Section9. 2005

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2009-2010 U.S. Govt. (State Department) –Advisor for effectiveness of localization for energy in S. Asia

Training/ Localization Advisor for coalfired and dual cycle (CCGT) power plants

 Created training and training evaluationplanning for power plant investment projects in Sri Lanka/India

- Developed coaching and mentoringcompetencies for local engineers to replace ex-pats via timeline

- Evaluation of skills needs and Leadershipcompetence required to manage dual cycle plants in Sri Lanka.

- Evaluation of skills needs for upgradingcoal fired power plants in India to increase MW output.

- Familiarization of invested standards forU.S. (GE), Swedish (ABB) and German (Siemens) components

- Familarization of invested standards forChinese power plant (Sri Lanka) and mining investments (India)

- Evaluated Pöyry methods of energyconsulting for best practice of PM standards transfer in Sri Lanka.

- Recommended standardization of planningand metrics regarding major project investment donors (U.S.,

Japanese, Chinese, and Swedish) for ‘bestfit’ training initiatives among indigenous/ low skilled workers

- Surveyed/evaluated local workforce inregards to potential contracting opportunities with power plants.

- Conducted needs assessments among variousinvesting entities and delivered leadership training (Covey)

Mar.08 – May 2009 Bakrie & Brothers –BUMI and Energi Mega Persada Division (Upstream Offshore Oil), Indonesia

Senior Training and HRD Capacity Advisor

 Creating Training and InstructionalDesign plans for KPC(legacy BHP)& Aruthmin Division of BUMI

- Delivered and created management developmentplan for Bakrie company (superholding of BUMI).

Operations Management (Including Maintenance, Conveyor, Hydraulics, Off Plot,Holding Field).

Advised on expansion project for increased coaling operations and mining,shipping and terminal.

Created Instructional Design for Oil and Gas Division via Petroskills projectand competency.

Provided construction QC inputs for the expansion project, and THEISS miningconstruction methods

Planned and delegated the construction training activities for production ofmining deliverables.

Planned and co-ordinated mining personnel and delegate duties to workforce onspecific projects.

Lead,motivate and monitor performance of construction staff and ensure timelyexecution of targets.

Liaised with Operation, Maintenance, Port, Conveyor, and Finance Managersoptimise communication.

Prepared /maintained / monitored manpower planning, schedules, budgets andliaise with Procurement.

2007 [Construction Training Advisor in HongKong for HR/Scheduling Sect.of PMBok] Hong Kong

Non- Energy related, Evaluation of trainingprojects for unskilled Chinese construction workers in PMI format

2005-2006 Chevron- TCO Kazakhstan

O&G Training Advisor – UpstreamOperations, Onshore

 Creating Training and InstructionalDesign plans for Chevron’s TCO Division .

Formal Operations Training Program, evaluated, edited, and finalized. (FOTP)

Formal Maintenance Training Program evaluated , edited, and finalized. (FMTP)

Created Instructional Design for Oil and Gas competency in workforce withPetroskills.

Created training metrics for reservoir management, supply chain, and drillingnationals.

Advised on Chevrons compensation and benefits package for training departmentand contractors.

Evaluated and perfected rotational equipment training for Kazakhstan localcontractors.

Coordinated and reviewed Chevron HQ supervisor training plans to fit with localworkforce directive.

Reviewed and evaluated Chevron’s National Training budget (including trainingfor OPEX/CAPEX)

Interviewed and created training plans for Reservoir Management group,including MPS/FDM models

Reviewed, Scheduled, and Coordinated maintenance training for RWC, NouvoPignone, Parsons,

Fluors, Honewell and Daniels for:Instrumentation, turbines, compressors, seals, lubing, dry gas.

Liaised with CSP Schlumberger and Halliburton for Drilling and mud training forMagbar-Imco.

Reviewed contractors training plans for turnaround training, including evaluationof TA training.

Reviewed and advised on turnaround training special projects: Reactor catalyst,T2 flare, C-401/02.

Reviewed training scheduling procedures with contractors for Chevron andParsons SGI/SGP project.

Reviewed and Evaluated Drilling training and Bat log practices of Chevron’sDrilling training manuals

for nationals. Sections reviewed included:Section, extensions, well servicing, applied &mud (barite)

Reviewed and evaluated contractor training for the TCO crude export project (viaRussia).

Non-Technical Training Advising andCreations

 Managed the performance and developmentof the Kazakhstan national work force through Chevron’s:

-Soaring Eagle process (PMP) & CPDEP(Chevron’s PM process)

-Effective on/off the job training, mentoring:implementation of formal career development plans.

-Implemented plans to nationalize thesupport services staff in support of the FE strategic staffing plan

-Compiled the “ Mentors Guide for Trainingand Development of National Drilling Representatives” (Localization)

-Reviewed data and reported on facilitiesengineering training performance in achieving target metrics.

Other T&D, PM, and ISD experience forEnergy Industry-

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2005 SINOPEC – HUNAN REFINERY China

HR and Training Advisor –, Downstream,Refinery Hunan Province

 Advised on training processes forrefinery engineers in regards to coking, offplot, and new project

management

-Created DACUM chart for quick up to speedtraining design for process engineers

-Creation of an internship program foruniversity engineering students.

-Advised on training process checklist forrefinery engineers in coking, for structure, drum cycle and

handling.

- Structured HSE compliance training with adedicated trainer, assigned to the operating unit.

2003-2004 KAZMUNAIS GAS – ALMATY,KAZAKHSTAN Kazakhstan

HRD and Training Advisor –, CurriculumDesign and Vocational Instruction for Oil

Co-ordinated all engineering and financial training for newly engaged engineersin the workforce.

Created general awareness training of NEBOSH, (HSE), PMBoK, and API trainingprocesses.

Implemented engineering training for detailed design (PIDs), cost and timeanalysis, scheduling.

Created an overview course for newly engaged engineers for: Upstream, Downstream,Finance (PSA).

OTHER TECHNICAL RELATED CAREER:

1995-2002 OTHER RELEVANT TRAINER and ISDEXPERIENCE China

ISD Designer & Consultant, CaterpillarChina (earthmoving equipment and hydraulics training), Beijing office, 2001

Scheduling Trainer and Internship PlacementAdvisor, Bechtel, (MOTOROLA MOS 17) Chip foundry, Tianjin, China 1997.

Operations Management (6 σ and Cycle Time )Trainer, Motorola (MOS-17 Project), (China), Inc. Tianjin, China 1996-1997.

HSE Trainer and Operations InstructionalDesigner Dow Chemical (Tanggu Refinery Project), Beijing, China 1995.

Intern for Lotus Notes Software ‘Train theTrainer’, EDS (TTT) Beijing, China, June 1995

LANGUAGES

 English (native tongue)  Mandarin(Basic)  Russian (Elementary)  Bahasa (Elementary)

Referees and work experience detailssupplied upon request CV Compiled Jan. 2016

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