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CH. Arshad Zaman

 Qualification :  B.Sc. (Maths, Physics)                                                           

                           B.Sc. Mechanical Engineering. M.Inst. E.E, M.I.O.E.

Course Attended :

6 Weeks Civil Defence Officers general course at Civil Defence Academy, Lahore (from 16.10.67 to 11. 11.67).

2 weeks Camouflaging Course at Army Engineering University, Lahore (March 1974).

3 weeks National Training Course on "Integrated Energy Planning" conducted by APENPLAN, an institution of Asian and Pacific Energy Planning Network under joint sponsorship of Energy Planning and Development Government of Pakistan and Asia Pacific Center at Islamabad Pakistan.

1 week International Workshop, Design and operation of Coal Fired Power held at Lahore by G.T.Z of Germany (from 22.10.88 to 27.10.88).

11 week "17th Seminar Management Course" at WAPDA staff College, Lahore (from 14.7.90 to 30.9.90).

Papers: Paper on "Development of Thermal Power" and read on the occasion of 61st Annual Session (1985-86) of Pakistan Engineering Congress at Lahore on 13.10.1986.

A Case Study regarding Completion of Detailed Feasibility Study of Imported Coal Project at Gadani Balochistan read at WAPDA staff College, Lahore.

Paper on "Development of Thermal Power Station Muzzaffargarh" published in special supplement on the eve of inauguration of the Power Station during August 1994.

 

Professional experience

Nov 1960 - Feb 1961 Worked on the erection of Turbine and Generator Unit-I at Shadiwal Hydel Project, Shadiwal Gujrat as Apprentice Engineer.

01.03.61 -17.10.61 Worked on Electrical System Renovation of Lahore City and designing of Electrical routes of Tubewell electrification of SCRAP No. 1 as Junior Engineer with M/S. Minor & Minor International Inc. WAPDA's Electrical consultants.

10.10.61 -31.10.68 Worked as Sub Divisional Officer Incharge of Central Stores and Workshop WASID WAPDA supervised the maintenance I repair and up-keep of US AID equipment like vehicles, diesel engines, turbine pumps etc. Stores comprising of spare parts of various equipment being used for drilling purposes in the field, M.S. sheets of various sizes for pipe rolling, pipes of sizes for boring purposes, electrical motors, starters, insulators, transformers and turbine pumps for Mona Project. Transportation, receipt, inspection, reporting of its damages, measuring proper stacking and accountability of materials. Also to foresee the fields requirements and to arrange before hand.

01.11.68 - 06.05.69 Inspection of Engineering Materials, being purchased by WAPDA according to standard specifications as Assistant Engineer in Inspection Directorate, WAPDA.

07.06.69 - 25.11.69 Supervised the construction of 11 KV lines and electrification of Irrigation Tubewells as Sub Divisional Officer, Construction Sub Division, Pasrur.

  1. Worked as Technical officer to Chief Engineer, Construction Power Station.

10.02.70 -19.05.71 Senior Engineer with MIS. HARZA Engineering Co. International, WAPDA's General Consultants. Worked in Operation and Maintenance Section of Power Stations with Mr. Bennett and Mr. T.R.Spence, on various problems referred to HARZA.

20.05.71 -30.06.73 Assistant Director (Thermal) with Chief Engineer, Thermal Power stations (C&O). Dealt with the Contract Agreement between WAPDA and FIAT Italy for supplying Erection and Commissioning of 7.1 MW T.G.7 Gas Turbine for Quetta and was mainly responsible for getting clearance from Railway Authorities for transportation from Karachi to Quetta for this over Dimension consignment, Have been giving instructions in line with the Contract Agreement to field staff for its erection and commissioning.

Drafted and finalized Contract agreement for supply of diesel oil for TG-7 with MIS. Dawood Petroleum.

Contract Agreement between WAPDA and KWU (West Germany) for extension of Quetta Power Station.

Prepared preliminary PC-1 for 200 MW Gas Turbines for Lyallpur.

Miscellaneous problems concerning construction/operation of Power stations.

01.07.73-14.09.74 Senior Shift Engineer, Steam Power Station Lyallpur.

14.09.74-24.06.75 Assistant resident Engineer, Steam Power station Lyallpur. Operation, maintenance and up-keep of two steam turbo units each of 66MW.

25.06.75-25.3.84 On deputation with ministry of Defence and Aviation Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, as Chief of External Electricity and Power Station. Operation and maintenance of about 60 sub stations with voltage of 7.2 KV/380 V, transmission lines of 23 KV. 3 Nos. Diesel Generation stations ranging with total capacity of 20.6 MW. Units ranging from 1.5 MW to 0.76 MW.

Prepared the International Tender Documents for major overhauling and purchase of spare parts. After award of work to successful bidder

M/S. Carradine of London, supervised the overhauling works. Tested and commissioned the units according to the manufacturer's laid down procedures.

26.03.84-13.05.85 Deputy Director, Development/Design, office of General Manager (Generation), WAPDA, WAPDA House, Lahore. Preparation of Tender Specifications, progress and activity reports of different development projects.

14.05.85-28.04.92 Director Development, Thermal Power Stations , office of General Manager (Thermal), WAPDA House, Lahore.

Execution of International Contract Agreements like:

• CMIC China and WAPDA for supply, erection and commissioning of one 210 MW Steam Turbo unit at Guddu Thermal Power station.

• General Electric of USA and WAPDA for supply, erection and commissioning of four Combustion Turbines each of 100 MW at Guddu Thermal Power Station.

• KWU of GermanyNVAPDA, GIE, FIATNVAPDA for supply, erection and commissioning of four Combustion Turbines each of 100 MW-at Kot Addu Thermal Power Station.

• Alsthom of France/WAPDA for supply, erection and commissioning of four Combustion Turbines each of 100 MW at Kot Addu Thermal Power Station.

• Mitsui of Japan NVPDA for supply, erection and commissioning of one Steam Turbo unit 250 MW at Jamshoro Thermal Power Station.

CMEC China and WAPDA for supply, erection and commissioning of three Steam Turbo unit each of 210 MW at Jamshoro Thermal Power station.

• T.P.E of Russia/WAPDA for supply, erection and commissioning of three Steam Turbo unit each of 210 MW at Muzzafargarh Thermal Power station.

• Preparation of Month ly/Quarterly and activity reports of all the on going rojects.

• Evaluated the consultancy International bids and prepared the Technical Evaluation report for appointment of overall consultants for Unit 5,6 & 7 for Jamshoro Power Station.

• Technically evaluated the International bids at US AID office, Islamabad for appointment of consultants for additional 300 MW Combined Cycle Projects at Guddu Thermal Power Station.

Visited China for about 2 weeks (from 25.9.87 to 8.10.87) for approval of manufacturer's design drawing for Units 2,3 & 4 Jamshoro Thermal Power Station.

• Visited Bulgaria for about one week (from 23.7.89 to 31.7.89) to get acquaintance with the exploitation and use of Lignite Coal for Bulgarian Power Stations, Visit was arranged by M/S. Techno Import of Bulgaria.

• Visited Germany on study tour for about two weeks (from 8.9.90 to 22.9.90) along with participants of 174h Senior Management Course of WAPDA staff College, Lahore. Visit was arranged by GTZ of Germany.

Additional Charge

Project Director, Imported Coal Project Gadani, Balochistan.

Chief Engineer Coal Power Projects, WAPDA.

29.04.92 - 24.05.93  Chief Engineer (projects) Jamshoro, Lakhra.

Execution of Contact agreement between M/S CMEC of China and WAPDA for manufacturing, supplying, erecting, commissioning and testingof three Turbo Steam Units each of 210 MW at T. P. S Jamshoro.

  • Execution of Contact agreement between M/S DongFang of China and WAPDA manufacturing, supplying, erecting, commissioning and testing of three Turbo Steam Units each of 50 MW at T.P.S Lakhra. These units were based on "Fluidized Bed Combustion Technology" introduced in Pakistan for the first time basedon poor quality coal like lignite having very high sulphur contents.
  • Supervision of Contractor's work and expediting the progress of these projects.

24.05.93-7.11.95  Chief Engineer Thermal at Thermal Power Station Muzaffargarh.

Execution of Contract Agreement between M/S T.P.E of Russia and WAPDA for Designing, manufacturing, supplying, erecting, commissioning and testing of three Steam Turbo Units each of 210 MW (Unit No: 1,2 & 3).

Execution of Contract Agreement between CMEC China and WAPDA for Designing, manufacturing, supplying, erecting, commissioning and testing of two Steam Turbo Units each of 210 MW (Unit No: 5 & 6).

Execution of Contract Agreement between M/S T.P.E of Russia and WAPDA for Designing, manufacturing, supplying, erecting, commissioning and testing of one Steam Turbo Unit of .320 MW (Unit No: 4).

Supervision of Contractor's work to expedite the progress workers.

Units No: 1,2,3,5 & 6 were lagging behind the contractual schedule. Managed to remove technical and administrative bottlenecks hindering smooth sailing of these projects of vital importance. Resultantly these units were commissioned in September 1993, March 1994, January 1995, February 1995 and August 1995 adding 1050 MW generation to WAPDA's System in very short span of time.

Visited China (from. 29.07.93 to 13.08.93) regarding project meeting with M/S CMEC for unit no 5 & 6th

Visited China (from 27.03.95 to 06.04.95) in-connection with 4 coordination meeting with M/S CMEC for unit no 4.

Operation and maintenance of Unit No: 1,2,3,5 & 6.

Fuel Oil decanting, handling and storage facilities were deficit causing lot of problems in timely decanting of railway oil trains. There facilities were redesigned and modified upto the extent to decant four special trains at a time carrying about 4800 M.T of Furnace oil. In addition facility for decanting 200 road tankers per day was also developed.

  • Prepared lists of 5 years spare parts in consultation with erectors and manufacturers of these units.
  • Developed training facilities for operation management staff and engineers.

8.11.95 - 28.9.99  General Manager Thermal at WAPDA House Lahore.

  • Operation and maintenance of all Thermal Power Stations in Pakistan.
  • Arrangement of spare parts from different manufacturers and genuine suppliers after calling for International Tenders, evaluating, placing purchase orders and ultimately transporting to various sites of Power Stations.
  • Arrangement of Furnace oil, gas, diesel oil and coal etc for these stations.
  • Installing two Thermal Simulators one of 320 MW and other of 210 MW at TPS Muzaffargarh with assistance of M/S CMEC China for imparting technical training to operators and engineers. Preparing maintenance and overhauling schedules for various units keeping in view minimum shut downs and maximum availability.
  • Arranging economical loading and operation of the units.
  • Dealing with site staff of 13 power stat ions, WAPD Aauthorities and Ministry of Water and Power and other Ministries of Government of Pakistan regarding issues of operation, maintenance of these stations including local and foreign exchange budget etc.
 
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