Terrell Goudy

Manufacturing Representative / Electrical SME
Function: Manufacturing & Engineering
Business: Hydrocarbons Group
Location: USA-Houston, Texas
Project Team: St. Mary's University

 

Terrell Goudy, is the Electrical Manufacturing Representative for the Gulfstream Projects (PUI, LHC-9 and PDH-1) at Texas Operations. In this role he is responsible for: Developing standardization across the program, Leading the commissioning and start-up of electrical systems, managing the ISBL/OSBL interfaces and ensuring the implementation of Most Effective, Technology (MET), Loss Prevention Principles (LPP) and Energy Systems Technology Center requirements.

Prior to being named the Gulfstream Electrical Manufacturing Representative, Terrell was the Electrical Distribution Engineer for the Deer Park, TX site and Electrical Discipline Activity Specialist for Houston Area Operations (Deer Park, LaPorte, Bayport, Lonestar and Texas City). In this role Terrell lead the implementation of the Electrical Safe Work Standard, the last Life Critical Standard to be implemented at the Houston Area Heritage Rohm and Haas Sites. Terrell also lead efforts to re-focus on the Deer Park electrical assets by: Leading the Electrical Leadership Team, soliciting and obtaining approval to add site electrical resources, Completing preventative maintenance on the most critical high voltage equipment, implementing the Condition Based Electrical (CBE) PPM program, completing the Facility Condition Assessment (FCA) to identify electrical upgrade projects and implementing Operating Discipline for performing routine rounds and inspections of electrical equipment.)

Terrell joined Dow in 2002 as an Electrical Design Lead in the Dow Design and Construction group. During his time in the Houston Electrical Design group, Terrell has provided electrical design solutions for a variety of projects globally. His first projects were Grand Bayou Operations.

Electrical Upgrade and Emerald/EOA, both in Louisiana and OISM in Texas City. Then he began to work on larger international projects such as: OL2K in Kuwait, CABANA in Brazil and the Thai Growth Projects in Thailand. Terrell performed Front End Engineering and Design for the Green Jacket project in Freeport and the RTIP Polyethylene projects. Terrell also served as the Electrical Discipline focal point for the India Leverage Production Center.

Terrell earned his Electrical Engineering degree from North Carolina A&T State University in Greensboro, North Carolina. He is a certified Six Sigma Green Belt Project Leader and a registered Professional Engineer in the State of Texas.