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3 Excellent analysis, writing and computer skills, including website design and Microsoft Office applications. Lead Business Analyst, Information Technology 26 years experience in data communications, analysis and presentation; data center operations; end-user training and support; and operator–machine interface design in a real-time mission critical environment. Responsible for all Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition system operations, maintenance, and support, and led a team that successfully supported SCADA for over 15 years with near 100% availability. Provided 24x7 support for gas control, measurement and pipeline modeling applications and users on Windows, VMS and SunOS platforms. Remotely supported field personnel in four states and the Gulf of Mexico with installation and troubleshooting of communications links, as well as PC issues. Recognized for comprehensive knowledge of pipeline operations and gas flow dynamics gained from ten years as Gas Controller and Gas Control Analyst.

4 EXPERIENCE Columbia Gulf Transmission Co., Houston, Texas 1987-2003 Team Lead, Lead IT Analyst, and Systems Analyst for Real-time Systems Lead Business Analyst for gas control, measurement, modeling and technical services teams, integrating real-time pipeline data with business applications and providing primary IT support. Provided 24x7 technical support and training of integrated gas control, measurement verification and transient/steady-state model applications and systems. Thorough understanding of process and architecture permitted rapid troubleshooting and resolution of problems. Performed database configuration of compressor station and flow measurement telemetry. In 2003, successfully managed the SCADA side of a compressor station automation project that allows unattended operation of compressors in Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee and Kentucky by Houston-based Gas Controllers. Designed, built and maintained operator interface screens used by gas control, measurement and field personnel. Designed screens interfacing real-time data into the company Intranet, permitting maintenance technicians to remotely monitor and troubleshoot communications failures, reducing costly site visits and after-hours callouts. (continued)

5 Remote Site GE 90/70 PLC modem Bristol Fuel meter Radio Daniel FC Bristol FC Daniel FC Bristol FC Daniel FC Bristol FC Direct Telco Compressor station or field office Router Black Box Data Broadcast Measuring Stations Flow Computers Currently in Use: Daniel 2470 Daniel 2500 Bristol 3330 Bristol 3305 Bristol 3530 Navigator PGAS Hot Tap Hot Tap OSI/PI SAMMI Merlin Gas Control CGT Users CommercialServices FacilitiesPlanning Measurement MSRTVIEW Field Meas. Houstonoffice SCADA Bristol FC SCADA Overview Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition Frame Relay M0433.S.ANA 8 24 03 1C FC 00 10 B1 00 MODBUS ASCII M0433.S.ANA 67 0 24 03 40 44 35 90 32 42 B6 D4 0C 3F 10 79 0E 44 7D B1 5F 3E E0 A1 3B 3E 70 A3 D7 00 00 00 00 42 26 A7 47 42 25 1F 5A 42 27 C2 56 42 25 77 2A 42 26 BA FB 44 2A BA 3B 44 35 9B 16 00 00 00 00 43 D6 BD 93 This training tool illustrates how the SCADA system broadcasts a data request, and only the device with the correct address responds. Normally, of course, such scans are automatically triggered on a set schedule or by specific events. Dozens or even hundreds of devices can be scanned simultaneously, and at frequencies ranging from seconds to weeks. * * * The Scan button at the lower right will force a new scan. Click anywhere else to move to the next slide. This training tool illustrates how the SCADA system broadcasts a data request, and only the device with the correct address responds. Normally, of course, such scans are automatically triggered on a set schedule or by specific events. Dozens or even hundreds of devices can be scanned simultaneously, and at frequencies ranging from seconds to weeks. * * * The Scan button at the lower right will force a new scan. Click anywhere else to move to the next slide.

6 Designed, configured and maintained SCADA processes that allow external customers to access their real-time data on a secure website. Created a SCADA Knowledgebase for use by both operational and support personnel. Participated as the SCADA representative in a pipeline security and vulnerability analysis team in wake of 9/11 attacks. Instructor for "Wellhead to Burnertip" training seminar, and created PowerPoint/VB applications used to introduce employees to concepts of orifice measurement, gas compression, flow, velocity, and pipeline inventory analysis. Designed and wrote Excel applications used by Gas Control to calculate system inventory, and which also display current operating data for all mainline compressors and gas meters. Designed and coded Fortran application for calculating real-time transportation/exchange imbalances. Successfully managed the SCADA system through three major upgrades. Provided project management and personal computer support as required. EXPERIENCE (cont.)

7 Upstream Pressure Downstream Pressure Upstream Temperature Downstream Temperature miles Inside Diameter Specific gravity oFoF Flow Efficiency LinepackMcf oFoF Ground Temperature Velocity mph oFoF MMcfd fps v01-01-2000-cer Sophisticated calculations and user interactions can be programmed using the VBA engine in PowerPoint. This slide estimates the pressure, volumetric flow rate, inventory and gas velocity in a natural gas pipeline. Click inside any of the white fields above and enter a new value, then click Calculate. You can also change the parameter to be calculated (in the yellow field) by selecting a different radio button on the left.

8 EXPERIENCE (cont.) Columbia Gulf Transmission Co., Houston, Texas 1976-1987 Gas Control Analyst / Senior Dispatcher / Dispatcher Analyzed gas flow and compression requirements under varying load conditions. Coordinated transportation and exchange volumes to minimize imbalances. Trained and supported shift dispatchers. Monitored pipeline pressure and flow conditions, configuring compressor and valve configurations for optimum safety and fuel efficiency. Alerted Management and coordinated repair crews and operations during pipeline emergencies. Wrote training manual Basic Flow Analysis for Gas Controllers. Four variations of this equation are used in the previous slide. If you are connected to the Internet, click on the equation to view an excerpt from the training manual in Adobe Acrobat format.

9 EXPERIENCE (cont.) Military Sergeant, United States Marine Corps 1969-1973 Electronic countermeasures technician with service in Spain, Philippine Islands, and Vietnam. Received Letter of Commendation, Presidential Unit Citation, Vietnam Service Medal (with 1 star), National Defense Service Medal, Good Conduct Medal and Rifle Sharpshooter Badge. Supervised Passive ECM (electronic countermeasures) maintenance crew on EA-6A Prowler aircraft in Marine Composite Reconnaissance Squadron 2. Flyby

10 EDUCATION B.S. Business Management, LeTourneau University, Houston, TX (3.6 GPA) Other training: Object Oriented Analysis with UML Self-Directed Work Team Building HTML Authoring Stoner Offline Modeling Wellhead to Burnertip – Instructor (overview of natural gas industry) Project Management Data Communications TGNET Transient Gas Network Model VAX/VMS System Architecture VMS System Management Computer Science (University of Houston) English Literature (University of New Orleans) Boy Scout Adult Leader Training Outdoor Webelos Leader training

11 COMMUNITYACTIVITIES COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES Active in Cub Scout and Boy Scout activities since 1996, with positions as: Tiger Den Leader Bear Den Leader Webelos Den Leader Pack 631 Newsletter Tomahawk District Newsletter Troop 1631 Assistant Scoutmaster Patrol Advisor Merit badge counselor Troop 1631 Scoutmaster for 2002 summer camp Troop 1631 Webmaster Troop 1631 Communications Coordinator Member, Sugar Creek Baptist Church in Sugar Land.

12 COMPUTER SKILLS SCADA (Vector, OVision, VIDE, VCL) Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, Visual Basic, VBA Website design Operator Machine Interface design using Cygnet Studio, DeltaV Operator, SAMMI, VIDE and others OSI/PI Historian, DataLink, ProcessBook OpenVMS (Telnet, FTP, DCL)

13 Booklet used by Scout Troop 1631 to introduce new boys to Scouting. Click here to view the entire booklet.

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