Mitch Williams is an experienced Supervisor/Fabricator with over 20 years in the oil and gas industry; Having 16 years of welding and fabrication and 6+ years of experience as a Project Superintendent on pipelines and facilities. Supervising the construction of multi-million-dollar compressor stations down to small maintenance and integrity projects. Well versed in mechanical piping, light civil, site work, and necessary knowledge to complete projects to customers’ satisfaction, safely and efficiently.
Project Manager overseeing the construction of facilities and pipelines, usually overseeing 40 to 50 employees and up to 100 on largest project. As a superintendent his responsibilities included, enforcing safety and productivity of my staff. Recognizing changes in scope or design flaws and coordinating with project managers and customers to resolve the issues. Working with PM’s to ensure manpower and equipment load is within guidelines of estimation and appropriate to meet schedule/deadlines. Promoting a safe work environment and ensuring that all employees have the necessary equipment to do their job safely. Enforcing Integrity and quality craftsmanship from start to finish.
Delaware Basin - 2 Mile Pipeline
Managed a 3000’ of 8’’ Poly and 10,000’ of 12’’ poly, Stainless fabricated on multiple camelback/risers.
Multiple projects including 3 miles of 16 inch, 5 miles of 16 inch, both with fabrication and launcher and receiver installation.
Crude Oil Storage Facility in West Texas. This project consists of laying five miles of 12” carbon steel with launcher and receiver, civil work for pipe supports and meter skid foundation, fabrication, and install of associated piping.
Underground natural gas storage facility where we added a 3 phase separator, 4 coolers, and a flare. This project involved fabricating a high pressure header system with bypass ability. For the coolers, multiple underground dump lines for the 3 phase and overhead stainless piping to flare.
Compressor Station in greenfield gathering compressor station. This project consisted of setting two Cat 3516 compressors, fabricating, and installation of above ground
The liquids handling project is a facility in eastern Oklahoma that consists of installing a line heater, stabilizer unit, 3 Phase separator, HP inlet separator, 36’’slug catcher, LNG Storage, a dual flare system and a tank battery. We fabricated all structural steel and associated piping for all equipment and interconnect from one station to another.
CS 2 is a greenfield Compressor Station on a dual 42’’ pipeline system in central Ohio which consisted of 3 Cat 3616 units and 3 CM 34’s, a 42’’ Station inlet and outlet, 48’’ suction and discharge headers and all process piping.
Tall Oaks Corner Creek compressor station was a green field gathering compressor station in north central Oklahoma performing all civil and mechanical installation of a slug catcher, dehy train, HP separators and scrubbers, Tank Battery, Regen unit, Fuel Conditioning/Regulator skid, 4 3516 compressors and all associated piping.
Green field construction project in South Texas. It’s a typical booster station that consisted of 2) Cat 3520 compressors, Underground 20’’ suction and discharge headers, all underground utility piping, Filter separator with 20’’ station inlet and outlet, and Hot tie in to ETC. This project included Site work, Civil, mechanical, structural, I&E and Painting.
Managed a 5 finger slug catcher in North Texas made of 42’’ 1000 wall approximately 500’ long with a 30’’ inlet and outlet. This project consisted of the fabrication and Install of the fingers and installation of prefabbed headers, all the structural steel and structural concrete and painting.
Republic Compressor Station was a greenfield gathering station that was very similar to the Tall Oak stations with 8) Cat 3516’s, a 24’’ above ground suction header and 12’’ discharge with all associated piping on a common pipe rack, picking up the Inlet separator, dehy train, fuel gas skid, and out to the tank battery and truck loading. This station also included the Civil work, finished site work and painting.
Managed well connects located in Western Louisiana and consisted of many small projects where we ran short interconnect lines from existing pipelines to new wells, built small pads, set meters and painted above ground piping. These lines were usually 8’’ pipe ranging from 100’ to 3000’
Edwards Salt Water Disposal was a facility in North East Oklahoma where we poured a concrete foundation with an elaborate drain system to Sumps. Installed 6 Salt water pumps, Fabricated all associated piping from 4’’ schedule 160 to 12’’ schedule 80 SS and a Poly Header. This project included painting, a metal building and a Fiberglass Tank Battery.
Managed several small projects in South Texas for Noble Energy where we installed small gathering lines, usually 8’’ and 6’’ pipelines from new wells to existing lines. Some 4’’ poly and some steel. Also did some Rehab work on the existing lines and well hook ups which consisted of tank batteries and associated piping with HP Separators and discharge lines from well head to pipe racks.