Deniese Ramsundarsingh

Deniese Ramsundarsingh
Studies at:
City University - Cass Business School
Location in:
London, United Kingdom

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Studies at:
City University - Cass Business School
Location in:
London, United Kingdom

Bio

I have always had a great passion for the Energy Sector having worked in it all my life. I am a Chartered Engineer, a Member of the Institute of Chemical Engineers and a Registered Prince2 Practioner. Over the years of working in a high pressure technical environment I have developed some exceptional skills– analytical, problem solving ability, comfort with ambiguity, communication, research- that are aligned to skills needed in Project Development, Strategy and Project Finance roles. Because I have always been assertive I was given large, high profile projects very early in my career and further developed very high Project Management skills– team player, synthesis, leadership, listening, decisiveness, self-confidence, initiative. The overall package I offer is not just highly skilled professionally but a personality of high work ethic, self-awareness and integrity.

Deniese has worked/studied in

  • Canada
  • Netherlands
  • Pakistan
  • Poland
  • Trinidad and Tobago
  • United Kingdom
  • United States of America

Deniese speaks

  • English

Deniese has experience in

  • Consulting
  • Energy
  • Utilities

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Work

2010
(May – Sep)

Researh Project

RES Group , United Kingdom
  • Conducted research for RES Group to determine how the investor appetite and market structure might change if the financial support mechanisms changed from a Renewable Obligation system to a Feed-in-Tariff system. Research was conducted using market analysis, sensitivity analyses and interviews of major stakeholders to determine potential impacts on the renewable energy market and RES Group’s business strategy and to recommend changes.
2010
(Aug – Aug)

Consultant

INVEN Group Ltd. , Poland
  • Led and managed a team responsible for making renewable energy policy recommendations for the Polish government. The recommendations have been accepted by the influential INVEN Group, who will use our policy research report to lobby the Polish government for changes to current policies. The new recommendations of my team are expected to be ratified by November 2010.
2010
(May – Aug)

Business Development Assistant

Statkraft Markets B.V. , Netherlands
  • Organised and chaired a three day workshop for a technical and commercial team from Ampyx and Statkraft to work through several feasibility scenarios of success for this start-up alternative energy company. Responsible for pre-determining the scenarios, guiding technical and business discussions and ensuring the delivery of a revised business plan to deliver the next round of funding.
2005 – 2009

Senior Consultant Engineer

MW Kellogg Ltd , United Kingdom
  • Ammonia/Syngas Technology (Germany, Pakistan)
  • Managed an interdisciplinary cross-cultural team in Pakistan and London responsible for the completion of a plant performance test. Completed 50% ahead of schedule, which enabled extra technical discussions, team building and a faster project start.
  • Supervised a team to complete a capacity increase study report. As a result of exceptional quality, further contract was awarded to the company, generating an additional £200,000 of revenue
  • Developed a full scale Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) model that has been used as a template for future CCS design saving the company up to 30% in project scheduling time and cost.
  • Identified an issue regarding Knowledge Management within the department. Created plant descriptive templates to bridge the gap which resulted in improved team and project efficiency.
  • Gorgon LNG (Australia)
  • Managed an interdisciplinary technical team to ensure HAZOP was completed in six months, producing a more accurate document for budgeting and forecasting purposes, which led to the client approval of Final Investment Decision.
  • PDVSA Refinery (Venezuela)
  • Led a team that identified areas of design faults which resulted in overhaul of HSE. Put into place new control systems to ensure quality and risk mitigation and protection of the company’s reputation and goodwill.
2003 – 2005

Offshore Production Engineer

BP , Trinidad and Tobago
  • Identified, proposed and executed areas for increased production through revamping older wells and proposing new wells. Increased production and revenues with roughly one new well added every year.
  • Completed a $2.5 million US well intervention job by managing an interdisciplinary team to bring online a “dead” well. Resulted in the successful re-production with a project payback time of 12 days and annual revenues of over US$200 million.

Work

2010
(May – Sep)

Researh Project

RES Group , United Kingdom
  • Conducted research for RES Group to determine how the investor appetite and market structure might change if the financial support mechanisms changed from a Renewable Obligation system to a Feed-in-Tariff system. Research was conducted using market analysis, sensitivity analyses and interviews of major stakeholders to determine potential impacts on the renewable energy market and RES Group’s business strategy and to recommend changes.
2010
(Aug – Aug)

Consultant

INVEN Group Ltd. , Poland
  • Led and managed a team responsible for making renewable energy policy recommendations for the Polish government. The recommendations have been accepted by the influential INVEN Group, who will use our policy research report to lobby the Polish government for changes to current policies. The new recommendations of my team are expected to be ratified by November 2010.
2010
(May – Aug)

Business Development Assistant

Statkraft Markets B.V. , Netherlands
  • Organised and chaired a three day workshop for a technical and commercial team from Ampyx and Statkraft to work through several feasibility scenarios of success for this start-up alternative energy company. Responsible for pre-determining the scenarios, guiding technical and business discussions and ensuring the delivery of a revised business plan to deliver the next round of funding.
2005 – 2009

Senior Consultant Engineer

MW Kellogg Ltd , United Kingdom
  • Ammonia/Syngas Technology (Germany, Pakistan)
  • Managed an interdisciplinary cross-cultural team in Pakistan and London responsible for the completion of a plant performance test. Completed 50% ahead of schedule, which enabled extra technical discussions, team building and a faster project start.
  • Supervised a team to complete a capacity increase study report. As a result of exceptional quality, further contract was awarded to the company, generating an additional £200,000 of revenue
  • Developed a full scale Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) model that has been used as a template for future CCS design saving the company up to 30% in project scheduling time and cost.
  • Identified an issue regarding Knowledge Management within the department. Created plant descriptive templates to bridge the gap which resulted in improved team and project efficiency.
  • Gorgon LNG (Australia)
  • Managed an interdisciplinary technical team to ensure HAZOP was completed in six months, producing a more accurate document for budgeting and forecasting purposes, which led to the client approval of Final Investment Decision.
  • PDVSA Refinery (Venezuela)
  • Led a team that identified areas of design faults which resulted in overhaul of HSE. Put into place new control systems to ensure quality and risk mitigation and protection of the company’s reputation and goodwill.
2003 – 2005

Offshore Production Engineer

BP , Trinidad and Tobago
  • Identified, proposed and executed areas for increased production through revamping older wells and proposing new wells. Increased production and revenues with roughly one new well added every year.
  • Completed a $2.5 million US well intervention job by managing an interdisciplinary team to bring online a “dead” well. Resulted in the successful re-production with a project payback time of 12 days and annual revenues of over US$200 million.

Education

2009 – 2010

City University - Cass Business School

Masters in Business Administration (MBA)- Distinction (Masters)
1996 – 2000

Desautels Faculty of Management, McGill University

Bachelor of Engineering - Chemical Engineering (Bachelors)

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