Responsible for overseeing Electrical Engineering activities in NFE Onshore Common Lean LNG Storage and Loading Expansion (EPC-2) Project, ensuring all technical requirements such as project specifications, data sheets, etc. are in full compliance with project requirements, standardised processes, and are delivered to the highest technical quality standards. Provide clear guidance to the EPC contractor and facilitate resolution of technical issues to complete electrical engineering activities to meet project objectives and milestones.
Reports to Engineering Division Manager (NFE Onshore Project EPC-2).
Leads electrical engineering design and planning activities and ensures EPC contractor develops detailed design in accordance with local regulatory requirements, industry standards, project specifications and any approved variations.
Resolve electrical discipline issues to ensure engineering design addresses NFE Project’s expectations and objectives. Communicate and elevate issues before they escalate to Project Management when necessary.
Review technical aspects of electrical system purchase orders with EPC Contractor and vendors in accordance with the roles and responsibilities stated in applicable contract(s) to ensure safe and seamless integration of electrical systems to the existing operating facilities.
Assess discipline plans and work schedules to ensure effective completion of project activities and provide data (narrative, charts, graphs), change management recommendations and recovery plans to address any schedule delays.
Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering or equivalent.
15 years’ experience of Electrical Engineering, preferably in a major LNG Storage & Loading project. Broad knowledge of engineering execution including design standards, specifications, codes, safety criteria, onshore LNG facilities design, construction and operations would be advantageous.
Requires demonstrated broad Electrical equipment and systems experience (HV/MV/LV electrical systems design, transformers, switchgear, power management systems, electrical system controls and large Motors, 10MW+) and familiarity with relevant manufacturing processes and relevant industry codes
High voltage and large-scale onshore power design requirements.
Brownfield engineering and execution knowledge an advantage.