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Project Manager

Dynamic and results-centered with a strong experiential background in coordinating multifaceted, complex projects with precision. Adheres strongly to client requirements and timeframes at all phases of each project lifecycle. Leverages cutting-edge best practices to develop smooth and seamless workflows. Adept at fueling and coaching personnel through the use of example-based leadership techniques. Comfortable working with clients, colleagues and essential stakeholders at all levels in order to achieve organizational success. Thrives in deadline-driven and quality-focused work environments. Targeting roles in the oil and gas industry with a focus on engineering, project management or business development. Skills Include:



Project Coordination | Supervision & Mentoring | Economic Justification | Attention to Detail | Creativity | Time Management | Client Relations

Interpersonal Communication | Strategic Planning and Analysis | Time Management | Organization | Process Improvement | Business Development

Data Gathering and Analysis | Conflict Resolutions | Tactical Decision Making | Budgets & Forecasting | Operational Coordination | Procedure Modeling

Market Intelligence | MS Office Suite (Excel, Word, Outlook, and PowerPoint) | Aspen HYSYS | Adobe Software | BR&E ProMax

Professional Background

WILLIAMS COMPANIES INC. | Pittsburgh, PA | Manager of Project Development | 2015-Present

         Supervise and motivate a strong working team of two Engineers and two Project Developers

         Devise market share analyses using market intelligence; determine potential growth outside of forecasted volumes and assess the need for expansion in order to maintain market share

         Guarantee EBITDA and capital compliance within accounting systems; established the Project Development sector as the process owner

         Actively supported the assessment and transformation of renegotiation efforts with a major producer to fuel a shift from a cost-of-service to fixed-fee contract; resulted in the acquisition of an additional 145K dedicated acres

         Crafted and set forth an effective forecasting process to predict volumes and capital; aligned processes across the enterprise and removed areas of ambiguity

         Created a workflow to show how development interacts with execution and the RACI for all deliverables throughout the project lifecycle


Senior Project Developer | Pittsburgh, PA | 2013-2015

         Liaised with a major producer to establish centralized compression as the method for all future development and cost mitigation

         Play a key role in forming capital initiatives, including asset planning, customer planning and distinct project development

         Founded productive business relationships with organizational teams while garnering a reputation for precise scoping, scheduling, estimating and risk management

         Engaged in commercial business facets to determine project potential using prospecting tools and current industry announcements

         Tenaciously managed at-risk capital to match project budgets with the enterprise s desire for risk mitigation and milestone adherence

         Analyzed technology within NGL pipeline to determine size based on production plan and forecasted growth based on market intelligence and hydraulic sizing; also used existing river crossing to fast-track schedule and create strategic acreage for future deals

         Formulated effective financial models using cost estimates and economic assumptions; verified model completeness with Project Analysts

         Formed a strategic plan for risk prevention by identifying potential risks and evaluating the impact each could have on the project lifecycle

         Seamlessly transitioned new projects to their respective Project Execution teams; led implementation meetings for each to discuss specifics

         Set forth a self-created change order process for the Northeast E&C organization to establish requirements for evaluating project schedule changes, as well as amendments to scope or budget

         Emphasized that changes of all sizes and scope would ultimately impact forecasts and future capital planning processes; earned the Champion Award for performance in this area

         Developed ~$300M in capital projects to support continual producer commitments; also employed a $500M capital program for a gathering and processing deal with a major producer that captured an impressive $100M in EBITDA annually


Engineer I, II, III | Pittsburgh, PA | 2010-2013

         Utilized Williams Midstream PHA procedures to simplify One Node PHAs for a medley of small-scale projects

         Managed a Code Compliance project that included a Process Safety Valve (PSV) study for 18 compressor stations including a study reconciliation of recommendations and completion of necessary modifications

         Installed gas detectors at 13 compressor stations in 20 buildings; ensured amenability with National Electrical Code (NEC), ASME code and pertinent company policies

         Drove the design of the High Voltage Alternating Current Mitigation Project; installed zinc ribbon and polarization cell replacement boxes for five miles of pipeline along a power line right-of-way

         Functioned as a pivotal panelist for a group of Engineers assigned to craft standards used to manage construction and upkeep of assets

         Worked in conjunction with the Legal Department to address subdivision and Land Development Ordinance submission deviations from township requests; completed while simultaneously managing construction of storm water facilities per the township s Board of Supervisors

         Offered comprehensive guidance and coaching a team of summer engineering Interns; trained each on assorted activities and operations


Engineer I, II, III | Continued

         Troubleshot flare malfunctions and designed an effective structure that serve to minimize or eliminate potential future malfunctions

         Stringently adhered to environmental regulations by installing a new flare at an 18MMSCFD compressor station; completed in under two months with a budget of $120K

         Averted legal repercussions of land owner complaints by controlling mitigation efforts for in-service compressor stations

         Determined the viability of adjusting the brown-field Herminie Legacy station to allow shut-in volumes that were waiting for the completion of the Herminie II green-field site to operate; discovered over six months of delayed activity and recommended process improvements

         Managed the Gas Quality Task Force comprised of producers and company representatives; collaborated to determine the root causes of various issues, e.g. excessive free water sent to stations and salt buildup found in both gathering lines and station equipment

         Generated a schedule to bring forth new wells and avoid installation of added equipment due to peak flows of first-flow wells

         Streamlined remote monitoring using control automation; installed automated valves for 11 stations and set up equipment to direct and update station information in the WonderWare system; resulted in project completion within a year using a $1M in total funding

         Installed a Burner Management System (BMS) on an existing glycol reboiler to track pilot based on temperature; helped to minimize shut-ins in accord with the high sales gas dew point

         Integral in the start-up of a Shamrock compressor station

o    Created Human Machine Interface (HMI) screens, helped design the programmable logic controller and adhered to ASME and other codes

o    Partook in the green-field installation of six 3516 reciprocating compressors with a capacity of 60MMSCFD


Engineer I | Bloomfield, NM and Durango, CO | 2009-2010

         Developed and utilized an HYSYS model to ascertain model operating conditions for plant operations and determine the causes for flash gas overproduction

         Measured Milagro Flash Gas issues based on historical data and used thermodynamics to distinguish critical operating conditions that influenced the production process for flash gas

         Evaluated field gathering horsepower efficiency, shaped economic opportunities and made recommendations for relocating and installing an off-contract compressor that met client needs with minimal cost incurred and the potential to attain contract bonuses

         Studied solutions presented by operational staff to decrease fuel gas water issues using HYSYS; called for the elimination of $100K solution to heat trace, the insulation of fuel lines and blanking off filter elements to reduce the filter capacity by $7K

         Generated an HYSYS model to forecast hydrate formation in conventional gas lines and define the need for dehydration; decreased glycol costs by over 7% and introduced a design that reduced early detonation caused by high BTU swings in fuel gas for compressor engines


Education & Credentials

Master of Business Administration, Oklahoma State University, 2012

Bachelor of Science, Chemical Engineering, Missouri University of Science and Technology, 2009

Licensure, Professional Engineer, State of Missouri

Memberships, Society of Women Engineers, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Zeta Tau Alpha Steel City Alumnae Chapter

Volunteer, Pittsburgh Community Food Bank, Habitat for Humanity

Chair, Local Pittsburgh American Institute of Chemical Engineers

Advisor, Duquesne University Society of Women Engineers


Professional Development

JM Campbell Gas Conditioning and Processing (G-4) | JM Campbell Instrumentation, Controls and Electrical Systems for Facilities Engineers (ICE-21)

JM Campbell Compressor Systems Mechanical Design and Specification (ME-46) | BR&E ProMax Process Modeling Training

Williams Process Hazard Analysis Facilitator Methodology for Small Scale, One Node PHAs |Aspen HYSYS Process Modeling Training




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