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PHILLIP E. HOLMES, MBA, MS, CHMM Pampa, TX 79065 Cell Phone: (806) 663-6582 firstname.lastname@example.org ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS & REMEDIATION MANAGER Qualified for the Positions As… Environmental Manager / Hazardous and Solid Waste Manager / Remediation Manager Compliance Manager/Specialist / Environmental Auditor / Environmental Scientist Reduction / elimination of unnecessary liability Protection / enhancement of company image & reputation Promote 100% compliance with applicable environmental regulations and provide a “heads-up” to the organization of proposed regulations that could impact operations including a timeline and estimates of financial ramifications. If deficiencies are identified, document the potential non-compliance, develop corrective action plans, and implement in accordance with proper schedules. Develop cost-effective solutions based on cost-benefit analysis. Track projects from inception to completion to ensure adherence with budget and schedules. Champion the organization’s safety culture with goal of zero incidents by promoting a high level of awareness of the importance of reporting “near misses”, behavioral-based safety, etc. Areas of expertise include Environmental Analysis, Remediation Engineering, HAZMAT / Project Management & Safety, Contractor Management, Compliance, and Budgeting / Forecasting. Additional Core Professional Strengths: ●Source reduction / waste minimization ● Turnaround non compliance operations ●Avert costly legal battles ●Process evaluation and improvement ● Oversight of solid / hazardous waste programs ●Build key strategic relations ●Optimize efficiency and productivity ● Negotiate compliance concerns / minimize risk ●Cost savings / expense control ●Customer service / relations ● Team leadership; empower staff excellence ●Professional / highly ethical Professional Experience ConocoPhillips, / Phillips Petroleum, Borger, TX 1992 to 2009 Integrated energy company engaged in exploration, production, refining, processing, and marketing of petroleum and natural gas; the 4th-largest refiner and the 7th-largest reserves holder in the world. Phillips Petroleum merged with Conoco in 2002. SITE MANAGER, RISK MANAGEMENT & REMEDIATION (RM&R) 2002 to 2009 Directed RCRA corrective actions, remedial investigations, and ecological risk assessments at the Borger Refinery and co-located Chevron Phillips chemical plant and Johnson Tank Farm facility including: o Oversight of performance and safety of on-site teams, contractors, and consulting personnel to deliver solutions to highly complex challenges. o Management of $2 Million annual budget and financial planning (environmental accruals, long-range planning, etc.). ▬ Secured critical site status change. Reduced closure costs for a hazardous waste surface impoundment by approximately $3 Million by spearheading and negotiating a Class 2 permit modification with the State to change the status of the unit to a non-hazardous waste landfill. ▬ Slashed remediation cost in half. Approximately $350,000 in savings was realized by driving State negotiations towards non-intrusive remediation technologies (i.e., phytostabilization and riprap) for 2 aviation gasoline spills. ▬ Cut monitoring costs. Saved approximately $50,000 / year in sampling and analytical costs by negotiating a Class 2 permit modification to reduce the number of samples required per well for the facility’s groundwater detection monitoring program. ▬ Secured NFA (No Further Action). Obtained a NFA (No Further Action) for a historical DEF (i.e., cotton defoliant) release that was discovered following a fire and explosion at the Chevron Phillips facility. Was able to convince the State to limit the target analytes to the product release and not historical contamination issues. ▬ Negotiated passive remediation for multiple sites. Negotiated passive remediation technologies at the ConocoPhillips Borger Refinery using a combination of PMZs (Plume Management Zones) and MNA (Monitored Natural Attenuation). ▬ Directed seamless transition. Following the joint venture of the ConocoPhillips Borger and Wood River refineries with Encana, directed the seamless transition of O&M responsibilities from refinery operations to a 3 party contractor. As a result, improved uptime by approximately 40%. PHILLIP E. HOLMES, MBA, MS, CHMM Pampa, TX 79065 Cell Phone: (806) 663-6582 email@example.com ConocoPhillips, / Phillips Petroleum (Continued) ASSOCIATE ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENTIST (1992 to 2002) Served as the environmental area contact for several process units at the facilitCoordinated the solid and hazardous waste management programs for the refinery and the adjacent Philtex specialty chemicals plant, including implementation of the facility’s RFI and closures of several hazardous and non-hazardous waste surface impoundments. Led successful renewal negotiations for the refinery's Part B Permit. ▬ Deferred corrective action for approximately 120 SWMUs (Solid Waste Management Units) until final facility closure. Through negotiations with the State, the RFI/CMS (RCRA Facility Investigation/Corrective Measures Study) requirements of the facility’s permit were deferred to develop and incorporate a Class 3 permit modification to establish a FOA (Facility Operations Area) at the ConocoPhillips’ Borger Refinery. ▬ 3 million dollars saved by demonstrating a clean-closure. Obtained approval from the State for a clean-closure of a hazardous waste surface impoundment. The clean-closure saved an estimated $3 Million by eliminating final cover requirements and post-closure care and monitoring costs for the unit. ▬ Renewed hazardous waste permit. Through strategic negotiations with the State, successfully renewed the Borger Refinery’s RCRA Part B Permit and Compliance Plan for nine hazardous waste units including one operating hazardous waste landfill and eight hazardous waste surface impoundments for post-closure care. Additional Experience Staff Environmental Scientist, Phillips Petroleum 1991 to 1992 Environmental Specialist, Total Petroleum 1988 to 1991 Chemist, Total Petroleum 1984 to 1988 Chemist, Universal Motor Oils, Inc. 1983 to 1984 Organic Chemist, Cargill, Inc. 1981 to 1983 Education / Certifications MBA West Texas A&M University May 2004 MS: Environmental Science University of Oklahoma May 1990 BS: Biology Marymount College May 1979 ▬ 40-Hour HAZWOPER ▬ CHMM (Certified Hazardous Materials Manager) ▬ Other: Clinical Microbiology (23 hrs. graduate credit), Emporia State University, 1981 ▬ Computer Skills: Microsoft Office Products, SAP, ENFOS, LiveLink, and Internet Applications Reference Portfolio Accompanies the Résumé Detailed / Additional Information Furnished upon Request PHILLIP E. HOLMES, MBA, MS, CHMM Pampa, TX 79065 Cell Phone: (806) 663-6582 firstname.lastname@example.org REFERENCE PORTFOLIO Mike Page, Senior Project Engineer (806.886.3103) CONOCOPHILLIPS “I have worked with Phil Holmes for 19 years. During this time I discovered that he has some admirable qualities. Phil works well in a team environment, contributes to the group, is pleasant to work with, and generates a quality work product. Phil has also functioned in a leadership roll as a Site Manager. As a Site Manager Phil served as the Operations and Maintenance Lead and the Site Manager, which was a heavy load for any individual. Phil was able to juggle these responsibilities while balancing safety and cost.” Charlotte Williams, PE, LEED AP (806.336.9818) SERVICE ENGINEERING REPAIR CO., INC. “As an engineering consultant to Mr. Holmes, I found him to be ethical and even-handed in our dealings. His open- mindedness and progressive approach to problem solving are tempered by many years of practical experience and a desire to optimize cost effectiveness while maintaining regulatory compliance.” Mark Blanchard, PG, LEED AP, Senior Project Manager (303.279.6114) WESTON SOLUTIONS, INC. “I respectfully endorse Phil Holmes as an environmental manager. I worked with Phil for over 10 years starting in the late 1990s. During this time we worked together on the investigation and remediation of five sites under the Texas Risk Reduction Program, on the completion of a RCRA Facility Investigation (RFI) involving sixteen different solid waste management units (SWMUs), on the closure of a hazardous waste sludge pond, and on the development of an overarching corrective action plan for an operating petroleum refinery. Phil actively set the vision for all of these projects, led the regulatory negotiations, and coordinated the resources needed for successful completion of the work. Phil had particular expertise in the management of hazardous materials in compliance with environmental regulations and in establishing a positive relationship with regulatory agencies to create efficient and effective resolutions to environmental projects.” Mike Acker – Environmental Scientist (retired) (806.273.6707) CONOCOPHILLIPS “I have known and was a co-worker with Phil for approximately 15 years. During that time, Phil was instrumental in mentoring me with the transition into understanding and implementing compliance with the Federal and State solid and hazardous waste regulations and their applicability to the petroleum refining industry. Phil has always demonstrated a professional attitude and made significant contributions to the refinery’s environmental programs.” David Musser – President, Rice Environmental, Inc. (806.352.0037) RICE ENVIRONMENTAL, INC. “I have known and had a business relationship with Phil for over 15 years. During that time I have found him to be a very competent and professional manager. I have great respect for his ability to grasp technical facts and then bring those facts to bear in a decision making process. He has always worked very well with those around him. He is a team player.”
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