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GRADUATE PROCESS ENGINEERING TRAINING MATRIX

DOCUMENT NUMBER MASSYWG-ENG-CHK-PRO-0008

REVISION A1

REVISION DATE 02-Feb-2018

APPLICABILITY TRINIDAD

DOCUMENT OWNER LEAD PROCESS ENGINEER

AUTHOR CHECKED BY APPROVED BY


LATEST REVISION Dave Koopsammy Andre Perseval - Lead Winzey Bonair
RECORD Senior Process Engineer Technical Safety Engineer Engineering Manager
Revision History
Revision Date Details of Changes
A1 02-Feb-2018 Draft

Purpose
To aid with the development of Process Engineering Graduates.

Scope
To determine the required competencies that a graduate needs to develop to become a proficient process engineer.

Glossary of Terms
References
1) ENG-MAN-1003 Process Engineering UK Graduate Training Scheme Manual
Note: These references are subject to change. Utilise the iMAP search engine for the latest applicable references.

Abbreviations
HAZOP - Hazard & Operability Study
IDC - Inter-discipline Check
P&ID - Piping & Instrumentation Diagram
SIL - Safety Integrity Level
TTWPR - Trinidad & Tobago Water Pollution Rules
TIC - Total Installed Cost
T-BOSIET - Tropical Basic Offshore Safety Induction and Emergency Training

Roles & Responsibilities


Lead Process Engineer - Responsible for the ownership and update of this form.

Additional Notes
The following grading criteria is to be used:

1 “This seems to have been adequately covered”


Evidence of competence demonstrates adequate coverage and meets the standard required for a Chartered Chemical
Engineer.

2 “Some good, almost sufficient, experience but more required”

Evidence of competence demonstrates reasonable coverage but the candidate needs either a little more experience or
training, or the opportunity to operate at the required level. Any required experience, training or opportunity should be
formally recorded in the 'My Success Plan' as well as in the Competence and Commitment Report.

3 “Some experience but more required”

There has been some training undertaken or experience gained in this area but more is required. A start has been made on
this skill area, which could be built upon if the trainee is being assessed in the first year.
4 “A little experience but much more required”
This area has only been touched on by the trainee.

5 “No experience”
This area has never been covered by the trainee.
Instructions
The following instructions are to be followed for the completion of this form:

1) A suitable meeting time with the Lead Process Engineer and Graduate Engineer is to be set up upon hire to outline 2
year graduate training plan.

2) Table 1 gives guidance as to what the graduate process engineer is required to cover as part of the training duration and
examples of how it can be covered in the workplace. This can be used for discussion of progress with the graduate on a 6
month basis.

3) Before completion of this form graduate should be registered as an Associate Member of the IChemE and register for
'Mycareerpath'.

4) The Matrix form is to be completed by the Lead Process Engineer in discussions with the Graduate Process Engineer.

5) Any additional training identified for the graduate during discussions is to be documented on the 'Areas' tab.

6) Any comments from both the Lead Process Engineer and graduate is to be documented on the 'Areas' tab.

7) The form is to be signed off by both parties and filed for the next scheduled review.

Colour coding used on the Training Matrix


Core Graduate Skills required to be developed
Core Process Engineering Skill (not included in graduate training)
AREAS TO BE COVERED BY GRADUATE ENGINEER
Table 1 - Core Technical Competency
How is it covered?
# Area Covered?
Self/ In-house Training Work Experience
Day to day work ensures familiarity with
HAZOPs Secretary international codes and standards, Massy WG/
iMAP procedures and guidelines.
Safety Integrity Level (SIL) Access to online IHS standard.
Attendance at HAZOPs and other safety and
Health, safety, risk, Pressure Relief
environmental reviews.
sustainability and
1 environmental aspects of Yes - Always Massy Woodgroup Safety Induction
practice (mandated by
Shutdown & Emergency Systems
IChemE)
T-BOSIET
STOP cards
Attend Project Risk Reviews

Liaison with Piping and Mechanical department


to determine suitable piping or equipment
metallurgy.
Construction materials and Selection of tie-in points and determining
2 Yes - Always Material Selection (ASME standard) isolation requirements.
methods
Familiarization of piping specifications
Exposure to piping model reviews and
construction work packs.
Option selection, vendor liaison and document
Technical and economic Review conceptual costing studies of past review.
3 Yes - Always
evaluation of process and plant projects
Interaction with other disciplines
Read Campbell Gas Conditioning &
Day to day work on contracts
Processing
Pressure Relief Sizing and specification of equipment.
Design of process, plant and Control & Operation of Centrifugal Gas
4 Yes - Always Production of calculations and datasheets.
equipment Compressors
Centrifugal and Reciprocating Pumps Interaction with other disciplines.
Preparation of P&IDs, Process/Utility Flow
Separator sizing
Diagrams and Heat & Mass Balances.
Yes - Partially Site visits (when available)
Interaction and communication with offshore and
5 Process plant operation - onshore personnel during the design, in HAZOPs
and other meetings.
Development of operating procedures.

6 Development of process plant May be covered - Pending receipt of a Greenfield Project

Introduction to HYSYS
Flarenet
On the job training – production of HYSYS
7 Computer applications Yes - Always HYSYS Dynamics models either to model an entire plant or for
defining physical properties.
Pipenet

Process Control & Instrumentation


Control & Operation of Centrifugal Gas On the job training – undertake the job scopes
Compressors that require the specification of instruments and
8 Instrumentation and control Yes - Always Safety Integrity Level (SIL) control schemes, IDC Cause and Effect charts/
Safe charts. Development of control and
shutdown philosophies.

Project management and Yes - Partially Familiarization with Project Management On the job – manage allocated hours to complete
9
administration fundamentals and workflows. assigned task.

On the job training to gain familiarity with


Download Air/ Water Pollution Act of Trinidad international codes and standards, Water
10 Legislation, regulation Yes - Always
and become familiar with requirements. Pollution Rules (TTWPR), Massy WG/ iMAP
procedures and guidelines.
12 Economics, cost estimation May be covered Review past projects. Assisting with the development of TIC's.
Familiarity with WGPSN Originating, Checking,
Approval and Authorisation of Engineering
Design Documentation Procedure,
Massy WG Company Induction
13 Quality assurance Yes - Always ENG‑PRC‑1101
Participate in a Quality Audit
Use of standard templates and checklists

Individual Training Needs


Course Title, or Type of training required Completion date
T-Bosiet Mar-18
Project Management Essentials Sep-18
Lead Process Engineer Comments
Vicard has completed 6 months as a graduate in training and has been assisting with the development of key process engineering
deliverables such as line lists, line sizing calculations and Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams. He has shown significant growth over the
past six months, which is commendable.
I would recommend that he is sent on T-BOSIET training as soon as the current in-house projects are ramped down and further on in the
year for the Project Management Essentials course to bolster his understanding of project life cycles, interpretation of schedules and cost
control.

Graduate Comments
I believed that I have learnt a lot from the past 6 months and will continue to learn (as well as self-learn) and maintain my work ethic,
ambitious/positive attitude to progress quickly. Furthermore, under this matrix, I have a much clearer idea on my path forward and will
improve with time under the guidance of Dave and the Process team as one of my main goals presently is to progress quickly and efficiently
by following this matrix and keeping a log of my work experiences.

Signatures
GRADUATE:

BLOCK LETTERS SIGNATURE DATE

LEAD PROCESS ENGINEER:

BLOCK LETTERS SIGNATURE DATE

ENGINEERING MANAGER:

BLOCK LETTERS SIGNATURE DATE


GRADUATE PROCESS ENGINEERING TRAINING MATRIX

Name: Vicard Gibbings


Date
Core
Core Graduate
Process
Activity Description Engineering
Engineering Y1/Q2 Y1/Q4 Y2/Q2 Y2/Q4
Competence
Competence

3/2/2018

Behavioural Competencies

1 Safety and Assurance P P 3

2 Relationships P P 3

3 Social Responsibility

4 People P P 3

5 Innovation

6 Financial Responsibility

7 Integrity P P 2

8 Networking

Leadership

9 Recruitment & Personnel Selection

10 Estimating / CTR Development [WGPSN: PCL-PRC-1016] P

11 Leadership Skills P

12 Mentoring

13 Communication Skills P P 3 Needs to

14 Organisational Ability P P 4

15 Negotiation / Conflict Resolution

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Core
Core Graduate
Process
Activity Description Engineering
Engineering Y1/Q2 Y1/Q4 Y2/Q2 Y2/Q4
Competence
Competence

3/2/2018

16 Commercial Awareness P

17 Client Facing Skills P

18 Change Management P

19 Supplier Liaison / Management

20 Technical Development of Team P

21 Personnel Appraisals

22 Technical Presentations

23 Implementation of New Technology

24 Planning and Reporting P P 4

25 Effective Meetings P P 4

26 Business Development

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Core
Core Graduate
Process
Activity Description Engineering
Engineering Y1/Q2 Y1/Q4 Y2/Q2 Y2/Q4
Competence
Competence

3/2/2018

Application Skills

27 Interpret and Understand Workscope / Set Project Objectives P P 3

28 Conceptual Study / FEED P P 3

29 Knowledge and Understanding of Detailed Design P P 3

30 Knowledge and Understanding of Procurement

31 Knowledge and Understanding of Construction

32 Knowledge and Understanding of Commissioning

33 Knowledge and Understanding of Plant Operations P

34 Knowledge and Understanding of Plant Maintenance P

35 Knowledge and Understanding of Decommissioning

36 Broad Understanding of Other Discipline Interfaces P P 4

37 Effective Report Writing P P 3

38 Create And Implement Work Plan P

39 Create And Implement Cost Control

40 Create And Implement Manhour Control P

41 Time Management P P 2

42 Maintain Consistent and Auditable Files P P 3

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Core
Core Graduate
Process
Activity Description Engineering
Engineering Y1/Q2 Y1/Q4 Y2/Q2 Y2/Q4
Competence
Competence

3/2/2018

Enabling Skills

43 Microsoft Excel Skills P P 2

44 Microsoft Word Skills P P 2

45 Microsoft Powerpoint Skills

46 Microsoft Access Skills

47 Microsoft Outlook & Lync skills: - email, meetings, calendar, Out of Office. P P 2

Safety by Design

48 Understand and Apply Work Procedures and Practices P P 4

49 Compliance with Statutory Requirements P P 4

50 Hazard and Risk Assessment P P 4

51 Principles of Inherently Safer Design P P 4

52 Discipline Codes and Standards [Refer to Process iShare Site] P P 4

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Core
Core Graduate
Process
Activity Description Engineering
Engineering Y1/Q2 Y1/Q4 Y2/Q2 Y2/Q4
Competence
Competence

3/2/2018

General Skills

53 Offshore / Onshore Site Surveys [WGPSN: ENG-PRC-1103] P

54 Workpack Compilation [WGPSN: CON-PRC-1104]

55 Technical Bid Evaluation [WGPSN: ENG-PRC-1121] P P 4

56 Ability to Check Peer & Subordinate Engineering & CAD Documentation [WGPSN: ENG-PRC-1101] P P 3

57 Ability to Approve Peer & Subordinate Engineering & CAD Documentation [WGPSN: ENG-PRC-1101] P

Safety Aspects of Process Plant Design & Operation

43 Safety Legislation for Region P P 4

44 Safety Principles (ALARP, Inherently Safer Design) P P 4

45 Statutory Requirements for Region P P 4

46 Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment (HIRA) [ISO 17776] [WGPSN: ENG-PRC-1145] P P 4

47 Process Safety in Design [WGPSN Guideline] P P 4

48 HP/LP Interface [ISO 23251] [WGPSN: ENG-PRC-1107] P P 4

49 HAZID [WGPSN: ENG-PRC-1146]

50 HAZOP [WGPSN: ENG-PRC-1141] P P 5

51 SIL Assessment [IEC 61508, IEC 61511, OLF-070] [WGPSN: ENG-PRC-1149] P P N/A

52 Layer of Protection Analysis P P N/A

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Core Graduate
Process
Activity Description Engineering
Engineering Y1/Q2 Y1/Q4 Y2/Q2 Y2/Q4
Competence
Competence

3/2/2018

53 Event Tree / Fault Tree Analysis

54 Performance Standards [ISO 13702] [WGPSN: ENG-PRC-1152]

55 Isolation Philosophy [WGPSN: ENG-STD-1003] P P 4

56 Hazardous Area Design Philosophy P

57 Hazardous Area Drawings [UK: EI Part 15, DSEAR & EN 60079-10] P

58 Toxicity of Substances [including ISO 10418] P

Conceptual Study

59 Option / Alternative Selection Techniques P

60 Preliminary Flow Scheme Development P P 4 SMR D

61 Preliminary Equipment Sizing P P 4 Pump sizing. Needs to

62 Process Plant Cost Estimating

63 Cost / Benefit Analysis

64 Planning P

65 Preparation of Basis of Design [WGPSN: ENG-PRC-1109] P P 4 Assisted with compilation of

Process Plant Materials of Construction

66 Familiarisation with effect of process fluids, characteristics and conditions on material selection

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Core
Core Graduate
Process
Activity Description Engineering
Engineering Y1/Q2 Y1/Q4 Y2/Q2 Y2/Q4
Competence
Competence

3/2/2018

Process Plant Design

Familiar with HYSYS/Flarenet steady st


67 Computer Simulation (Steady State) P P 2
inclu

68 Process Descriptions/Philosophy (Refer Also Process Safety In Design) P P 4

69 Heat and Material Balances P P 4


Exposure to EOGRTL SMR Developm

70 Preparation of Process Flow Diagram P P 4

71 Brownfield Design P P 4

72 Greenfield Design P

73 Liaison With Other Specialists in Design of Plant

74 Economic Assessment of Design

75 Process Measurement and Control P P 4

Equipment Specification and Sizing

Familiar with sizing PCS Nitrogen Ltd (


76 Pumps [including familiarity with relevant parts of ISOs 2858, 5199, 13709, 21049] P P 3

77 Compressors (including control) P P 4

78 Heat Exchangers [including familiarity with relevant parts of ISOs 13706, 15447, 16812] P

79 Pressure Vessel Design [including familiarity with relevant parts of EN 13445 in the UK, ASME VIII]

80 Separators [API 12J] P P 4

81 Columns

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Core Graduate
Process
Activity Description Engineering
Engineering Y1/Q2 Y1/Q4 Y2/Q2 Y2/Q4
Competence
Competence

3/2/2018

82 Filters P

Fired Heater Design


83
[including familiarity with relevant parts of ISO 13705]

84 Preparation of Process Data Sheets [WGPSN: ENG-PRC-1126, Standard Datasheets] P P 4 Familiar as what is

P&ID Development, Component Specification and Sizing

Experienced with line list from three


85 Temperature and Pressure Specifications [WGPSN: ENG-GLN-1154] P P 3

Develop Protection Systems Philosophy and Design – SAC, SAT and SAFE [ISO 10418, ISO 13702, IEC 61508, IEC
86
61511, OLF-070]
P P 5

87 Cause and Effect Charts P P 5

88 Shutdown System Design P P 5

89 HIPS Design P P 5

90 Instrumentation for Plant Control P P 4

91 Flare and Relief Systems [ISO 23251] P P 4

92 P&I Diagrams [WGPSN: ENG-PRC-1107] P P 4

93 P&I Diagrams - Intelligent

94 Preparation of Calculations [WGPSN Guideline] P P 4

95 Hydraulic Design [ISO 13703] P P 4

96 Line List Completion [WGPSN: ENG-PRC-1140] P P 3 Developed three line lists fo

97 Sizing and Design of Pipelines and Associated Systems [including relevant parts of ISO 14161]

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Core Graduate
Process
Activity Description Engineering
Engineering Y1/Q2 Y1/Q4 Y2/Q2 Y2/Q4
Competence
Competence

3/2/2018

98 Flow Assurance (part 1) - multiphase flow analysis of pipelines (including start-up and shutdown)

99 Flow Assurance (part 2) - Hydrate inhibition / wax inhibition

Little exposure with Immortelle Pigging M


100 Pressure Relief Devices – Selection and Sizing [API 520, ISO 4126, ISO 23800, EN 764-7] P P 4

101 Control Valves - Selection, Sizing and Noise Assessment [ISO 60534] P P 4 Liquid control va

Inline Flow Instruments - Selection and Sizing [including relevant parts of ISO 3966, 5167, 6817, 7145, 9300, 9951,
102
12764, 12765, 12767, 13359]
P P 5

103 Measurement Instruments (e.g. pressure, temperature, level and analysis) P P 5

104 Package Items - Representation P P 4

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Process
Activity Description Engineering
Engineering Y1/Q2 Y1/Q4 Y2/Q2 Y2/Q4
Competence
Competence

3/2/2018

Process Systems (Oil and Gas)

105 Wellheads, Flowlines and Manifolds P P 4 E

106 Pipeline and Subsea Wellheads Design (see also flow assurance above)

107 Crude Oil Separation P P 5

108 Oil Export P P 5

109 Oil Storage

110 Gas Treatment (dehydration and sweetening)

111 Gas Compression P P 5

112 NGL Recovery

113 NGL Storage

114 Seawater P P 5

115 Cooling and Heating Medium P P 5

116 Chemical Injection P P 5

117 Water Injection

118 Produced Water Treatment P P 5

119 Sand Management P P 5

Exposure with Immortelle Pigging Modif


120 Relief, Flare and Drain Systems [ISO 23251] P P 4

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Core Graduate
Process
Activity Description Engineering
Engineering Y1/Q2 Y1/Q4 Y2/Q2 Y2/Q4
Competence
Competence

3/2/2018

121 Firewater P P 5

122 Subsea Systems and Control

123 Utility Systems (Air, Nitrogen etc) P P 5

124 Offshore Facilities (appreciation of specific aspects) [NORSOK P-002] P P 4 Minimal exposure to some

125 Onshore Facilities (appreciation of specific aspects)

126 LNG Storage

127 LNG Facilities

128 FPSO Facilities (appreciation of specific aspects)

Process Plant Commissioning and Operation

129 Preparation for Commissioning – strategy development, planning and procedures P

130 Commissioning of New Plant or Processes P

131 Training of Operators

132 On-site Experience of Plant Operation P

133 Preparation of Operating Procedures and Instructions P P 5

134 Process Data Collection and Analysis

135 Safe Operation of Plant

136 Plant Trouble Shooting

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Process
Activity Description Engineering
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Competence
Competence

3/2/2018

137 Failure Analysis

138 Plant Optimisation

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Competence
Competence

3/2/2018

Software skills

139 Aspentech - HYSYS P P 2


Exposure to brownfield projects with E
Orifice, PFD for EOGRTL SMR
140 Aspentech - Flarenet P P 2

141 Aspentech - Heat Exchanger Design and Rating

142 Aspentech - HYSYS Dynamics

143 Aspentech - Capital Cost Estimation

144 Aspentech - Special Features

145 Promax

146 Flaresim

147 PHAST

148 HTRI

149 Pipenet (including firewater modelling)

150 Pipenet Dynamics Modelling

151 OLGA Pipeline Modelling

152 Pipesim Modelling

153 Pipesys / Pipeflo Modelling

154 Flowmaster Modelling

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Process
Activity Description Engineering
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Competence
Competence

3/2/2018

155 Integrated Modelling (well to export)

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Comments

Needs to liase with U.K Approver and develop confidence with responses.

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Comments

Has not been exposed to these sessions.

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Comments

ENG-STD-1003 to be read.

SMR Development for EOGRTL and Immortelle Pigging Modifications.

Pump sizing. Needs to get familiar with vessel sizing. Read Campbell Gas Conditioning & Processing.

Assisted with compilation of BOD for Cassia 'A' Well Bay Piping Re-Design and Immortelle Pigging Modifications.

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Comments

Familiar with HYSYS/Flarenet steady state modeling; modeling in pipelines, valve, restriction orifice, developing Hypos, SMR PFD which
included three phase separators, heat exchangers, crude column.

Exposure to EOGRTL SMR Development, Immortelle Pigging Modifications, Cassia 'A' Well Bay Piping Re-Design and PCS Nitrogen
Ltd. Projects.

Familiar with importance and function of these devices

Familiar with sizing PCS Nitrogen Ltd (Acid Skid Addition) Wastewater and Acid Pumps as well as preliminary pump sizing for EOGRTL
Galeota High Pressure Pump.

No experience but familiar with what is involved.

API 12 J to be read.

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Comments

Familiar as what is needed to be done with datasheets but no experience with current projects.

Experienced with line list from three projects; obtained pressure/temperature ratings for pipe specifications as per BPTT and PCS
Nitrogen Ltd.

Developed three line lists for BPTT (Immortelle Pigging Modifications and Cassia 'A' Well Bay Piping Re-Design).

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Comments

Little exposure with Immortelle Pigging Modification PSV calculations; multiphase HEM method, BP GP and GN's, API 520 I & II, API 521
and API 526.

Liquid control valve sizing to determine valve CV for PCS Nitrogen Ltd (Acid Skid Addition).

No exposure on current projects.

Acid Skid for PCS Nitrogen Ltd.

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Comments

Exposure with Cassia 'A' Well Bay Piping Re-Design Project.

Exposure with Immortelle Pigging Modification and Cassia 'A' Well Bay Piping Re-Design Projects (Calculation, BP GP Standards, Aspen
simulations).

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Minimal exposure to some aspects of offshore facilities (P&IDs, BODs, little self-training). Site visits required.

Exposure to Cassia 'A' Well Bay Piping Re-Design.

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Exposure to brownfield projects with EOGRTL, PCS Nitrogen Ltd and BPTT (Simulation of pumps, valve, pipelines, PSVs, Restriction
Orifice, PFD for EOGRTL SMR Development which includes three-phase separators, heat exchangers, crude column).

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