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STUDENT INDUSTRIAL TRAINING (SIT)

PRESENTATION

NAME & ID:


NUR AMIRA BTE MOHD RUBAAI (16793)
DEPARTMENT: PROJECT & TURNAROUND (PTA)
SUPERVISOR: EN SHAFIQ BIN MOKHTAR
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CONTENT
OBJECTIVE
INTRODUCTION
COMPANY
OVERVIEW
THE SIT
EXPERIENCES
CONCLUSION

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OBJECTIVE
To give an overview of main projects undertaken during
internship period in SRC & events participated
To reflect challenges and skills acquired during
internship period
To establish close relationship between the industry and
UTP
To reflect on upcoming projects for SIP

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INTRODUCTION
SIT PERIOD
19TH MAY 2014 23RD DECEMBER 2014
HOST COMPANY
Shell Refining Company (FOM) Berhad Port Dickson
DEPARTMENT / SECTION
Engineering-Project & Turnaround
HC SUPERVISOR
EN SHAFIQ BIN MOKHTAR
Senior Engineer- Project & Turnaround

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Learning Goals
To understand the function and
working conditions of an oil and
gas organization
To explore a possibility for my
future career
To learn organizing a project in
details
To enhance my communication
skills
To build network
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COMPANY OVERVIEW
1960
Formerly known as Shell Refining
Company (FOM) Port Dickson

125 kilo barrels per day (kbd) of crude


processed

Vision
Top Performing & Most admired Refinery
in Asia

Mission
To continuously deliver shareholder value
by manufacturing and supplying oil products
and service that satisfy the needs of our
customer
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CORE BUSINESS
UPSTREAM

DOWNSTREA
M

PROJECTS &
TECHNOLOGY
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SRCPD process unit


PROCESS UNIT 1 (PU 1)

Oil Movement & Jetty


Complex 1
Complex 2

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PROCESS UNIT 2 (PU 2)

Long Residue
Catalytic Cracking
Unit ( LRCCU)
HIJAU

THE SIT EXPERIENCES AT SRCPD


MAIN
PROJECTS
DAILY ROUTINE
WORK
TRAINING
INVOLVEMENT
HSSE & CX
EVENTS
FUTURE
PROJECTS
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MAIN PROJECTS
HANDLING
CABIN
CLEARANCE
PROJECT
Challenges:

Skills/Experiences Gained:

1. Required to plan, schedule and

1. Valuable communication skills

understand of refining working


practices.
2. Carried

information
the

responsibility

of

planning and execute works within


timeframe.
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2. Initiatives on finding resource and


experienced

by

discussing

team

(e.g.

with
senior

engineer)
3. Analytical skill
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DAILY ROUTINE WORK


UPDATING
EQUIPMENT
DATABASE OF
TA
Challenges:

Skills/Experiences Gained:

1. Required to identify and categorized

1. Read and interpret PEFS

scope of work on each equipments


code.
2. Learned
technical

2. Ability

to

recognize

equipment

tagging
to

read

and

interpret

drawings

e.g.

Process

3. Master in Microsoft Excel

Engineering Flow Scheme


(PEFS)
3/18/15

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2011 MTA DATABASE

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RESULTS

3/18/15

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DAILY ROUTINE WORKS


T-1109 INSPECTION
ATTACH TO
ROTATING
EQUIPMENT
DEPARTMENT
PRESENTATION
TASK

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TRAINING involvement
HSSE Induction Training

Stand Down

Training

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Hsse & cx EVENTS


ENVIRONMENT FUN
RUN

CAR WASH CHARITY

LUNCH EVENT WITH


UNDERPRIVILEDGED
KIDS

SHELL SAFETY DAY


2014

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FUTURE PROJECTS
OPERATION
FIRE WATER
PUMP
SYSTEM

TURNAROUN
D DATABASE

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OBJECTIVE
1) To study feasibility of Fire Water
Pump system requirement during
TA for cleaning service
2) To propose additional utility
source to mitigate insufficient
water capacity
3) Prepare complete document i.e.
checklist for next Turnaround

OBJECTIVE
1) As a visual management tools
for turnarounds equipment
scope history
2) Identify & segregate plant
equipment
3) To know equipments history
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CONCLUSIONS
Achieved the objectives and
learning goals during internship
Experienced the real working
environment of the industry
Relate the theoretical with
practical applications
Able to explore career interest
upon graduation

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Q&A
SESSIONS

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THANK YOU

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