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Mark G.J. Turner

18 Carondale Drive

St. John’s, NL, Canada

A1G 1T5

Mobile: 709
-
685
-
1920


mgt@napplp.com


Summary



Master of Science (MSc)
, Marine

Law

and Policy



Professional, experienced
maritime
Master



Effective Manager



Vocational Educator



30 years work experience encompassing marine, onshore and offshore oil and gas operations,
project management, legal advisory, educational, and progressive mana
gement positions



International experience includes supervision and project management of new builds,

vessel
conversions and upgrading,

GBS
,

topsides, retrofits, collision re
pair, commissioning,
marine
terminal design,

marine and fleet operations

and transp
ortation
,

shipyard and facility
supervision
,

mooring systems, and drill rig towage to and from location



Developed technical, management and executive teams
, senior management in various
corporations, Board of Directors positions, financial management, stra
tegic planning, change
management, human resource management



Strong relationships with energy contractors, Unions / Building Trades, Regulators, Transport
Canada, federal and provincial governments, Universities and Colleges, international contacts, C
-
NLOP
B, NOIA etc



Strong leadership talents, “team player” attitude and spirit and the natural ability to establish
consensus among cross
-
functional lines



Generated profits in various areas



Demonstrates strategic ability through successfully launching companies,

committees, research
and development groups



Demonstrates unquestionable integrity and honesty in all dealings with both internal and
external partners / customers



Contributes leadership skills in a corporate setting, manages the creative process, motivate
s and
empowers team members while juggling multiple projects



Confident, energetic, enthusiastic, both effective and efficient, pragmatic, and motivated
individual



Career path is focused and primarily dedicated to the management, direction, and overview of
oil and gas and marine related projects and operations internationally



Been a member or director of numerous legal and technical associations and sat on a number of
renowned national and international committees representing Canada and North America



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Education and Training

United States Marine Safety Association
, Philadelphia


1996
-
97

International Fire Service Training Association
, Oklahoma City


1997

Marine Institute
,
Certificate of Completion ISO 9000 Quality Standards


1996

Memorial University of NL
, Management Development



1992

Marine Institute of MUN
, Certificate of Effective Instruction

1992

Canadian Coast Guard College
, Certificate of Effective Management



1992

Memorial University of NL
, Diploma, Vocational Education


1990
-
91

University of Wales, Cardiff Law School

(
United Kingdom)






1985
-
88


Master of
Science, Marine

Law and Policy

Transport Canada

(Canadian Coast Guard)

Marine Masters

1979
-
85




Ship Master Certification No. CDN 7732V



Additional Professional Achievements

and Writings



Review of Offshore Oil
-
Spill Prevention and Remediation Requirements and Practices in
Newfoundland and Labrador



The Legal and
Non
-
Legal Regime of Offshore Installations



The Law of Marine Insurance



Carriage of Goods by Sea



Marine Policy and Resource Management



Canadian Maritime Law



Marine Surveying and Inspection



International Trade and Transportation



Port Management and
Operations



Management of Ship Operations



The Business of Shipping



Marine Safety

Management



Marine Policy



Marine Environmental Studies



Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Sea



Marine Transportation


Degrees and Certificates




MSc

, Marine

Law

and Policy


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Marine Mas
ters Certification (Transport Canada)



Diploma, Vocational Education



Certificate, Effective Instruction



Marine Surveyor



Scuba Diver Certification (ACUC)



Simulated Electronic Navigation Certification



Radiotelephone Operator’s Certification



Marine Emergency
Duties III Certification



Mariner’
s Level III (Advanced)

First Aid Certification



Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation



Certificate of Effective Management



Management Development Courses



Commissioner for Oaths, NL



Expert Witness in Maritime Court Proceedings



Basic
Survival Training



Fast Rescue Craft



Firefighting



Safety Management


Employment History

Newfoundland LNG Ltd



Nov

2010
-

Present

President, Chief Operati
ng Officer, Project Manager

Oversight and management responsibilities in the finalizing of various requirements related to the Grassy Point
LNG Terminal in Placentia Bay, NL. Although fully approved by both federal and provincial authorities the project
re
quired additional planning, oversight and management regarding permitting, extensions, water

lot
requirements, jetty and facility design etc
. Additional tasks included negotiating and attracting international
interest for the future development and commerc
ialization of the LNG terminal which included international LNG
players and domestic oil and gas operators with stranded offshore natural gas reserves.

Senior Consultant
:


May
-

Nov 2010

Government of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.



Review of Oil Spill Prevention and Remediation and Practices in Newfoundland and Labrador in light
of the MODU Deepwater Horizon catastrophe in

the

Gulf of Mexico

.

This
comprehensive analysis reviews

the legislative and regulatory regimes, capabilities and practices in
place directed toward prevention and remediation of oil spills in the province’s offshore including
installations and oil tankers. The report also
provides a comparison of requirements, capabilities and
practices in other comparable jurisdictions internationally, including Norway, the United Kingdom,
Australia, and the U.S. Gulf of Mexico. Evidence
-
based conclusions and recommendations
are provided
f
or changes that,

if implemented, would bring the legislative and regulatory regimes, capabilities and
practices in Newfoundland and Labrador in line with the most progressive regimes, capabilities and best

practices internationally.



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North Atlantic Pipeli
ne Partners L.P
. Feb 2004
-
2010

Chief Operating Officer, General Counsel, Project Manager

Oversee and manage the environmental assessment and EPC, engineering and design of tw
o

marine

LNG transshipment and storage facilities in Canada and the Caribbean.

Responsibilities also included HSE
and contract negotiation oversight

as well as community relations with five surrounding communities
.

Project value $1.5 billion.

Provided str
ategic direction for the planning, development, and
implementation of Q
-
MAX Ship Management policies and procedures that would ensure efficient and
effective delivery of ship management services in compliance with quality, security and safety standards
an
d statutory requirements. Developed and implemented business develop
ment and budget strategies
with an aim to grow the company’s ship and terminal management business. See
www.newfoundlandlng.com


During envi
ronmental assessment exercise attendance included public presentations, sitting on various
committees such as vessel traffic groups, Canadian Coast Guard
, Response Corporations,

Trade
Unions,

governments, and

local communities to discuss increased vessel t
raffic, potential oil pollution

and
related environmental

scenarios etc.


Newfoundland LNG Ltd.

Jan 2006
-
2009

President and Chief Operating Officer,
Project Manager

Manage and oversee the complete development, environmental assessment, EPC and engineering and
design of an LNG transshipment and storage terminal in Placentia Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.

Formulated and implemented marketing and business gro
wth strategies to attract new business and
retain existing clients;

Negotiated with prospective client or ship owners to ensure attainment of service

contract
s

that would
be beneficial to both the client and company;

Monitored business development
activities of staff to ensure exploring of business opportunities;

Assist in vessel acquisitions;

Took an active role in project teams or group activities to ensure meeting goals and objectives;

Performed human resource

management

functions
.


Helideck Safe
ty International Inc.

Sept 2001
-
2004

Executive Vice President, Project Manager

Manage the engineering, design and development

and patenting

of
a full
-
motion helideck

simulator
training and research and development facility. Responsibilities included the management and direction

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of design, engineering and research and development for this multi
-
million dollar project. International
clients included oil and gas industry
, navies, law enforcement, coast guards, and maritime industries.

Partners included Bosch Rexroth Group, Lockheed Martin, SNC Lavalin, QinetiQ, INDAL Technologies,
National Research Council etc.


Atlentec Ltd


Feb
-
Aug 2001

President, Project Manager

Manage a professional solutions provider for marine and offshore oil and gas industries. Provided field
design, concept development, grav
ity based structure design (AKER Solutions), engineering projects,
design offshore gas pipeline systems, FPSO audits, MODU towage contracts
, supervision and project
management of new builds, topsides, retrofits, collision repair, commissioning, conversions

etc.
International experience includes North America, Europe, Middle East, Asia, South America,

and

Africa.



Syndicated Management Services Ltd.

Jan 1998
-
Aug 2001

President and C
hief Executive Officer

Provided world class executive and senior management services to industry and governments through
the senior resources of its member groups, a flexible global network of professionals and organizations.
Clients included Mobil, Husky
Energy, Petro
-
Can
ada, Exxon Mobil as well as sub
-
contractors. Offshore
projects included Hibernia, Terra Nova, and Whiterose.

Other areas included technical ship management
and engineering, naval architecture, vessel safety, finance and strategic project m
anagement.


Marine In
stitute of Memorial University of NL


Jan 1993
-
Jan 1998

Director, Offshore Safety and Survival Centre

Accountable for developing, managing, and marketing the programs,
services, activities
,

and capabilities
of the OSSC

in responding to the needs, nationally and internationally of marine transportation, the
fishing industry, offshore petroleum
,

and marine technology
,

and all associated industries. Also
responsible for pla
nning, directing, coordinating
,

and supervising all activities of the OSSC
,

and for
marketing its capabilities, nationally
,

and internationally.

Developed and maintained close working relationships with all marine sectors and with appropriate
government ag
encies and stakeholders to ensure that the Centre’s programs, services, and activities
were appropriate to the industries served and relevant to the social and economic development of
Newfoundland and Labrador. Developed and maintained strong links with Ca
nadian and international
maritime agencies and industries to seek out opportunities and develop a leading role in marine survival
training and applied research for the Marine Institute. Played significant management role in simulated
training programs at M
emorial University including bridge simulation, offshore safety and survival
training and international associations involved in safety and simulation.



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Marine Institute of Memorial University of NL


April 1989
-
Jan 1993

Law Lecturer, Memorial University

Instruct marine deck and engineering students in Marine Law and Ship Management. Develop courses in
Marine Surveying and Inspection; Management of Ship Operations; Carriage of Dangerous Goods by
S
ea; Marine Transportation; International Trade and Transportation; Hydrographic Surveying; Marine
Environmental Studies; The Business of Shipping; Port Management and Operations; Marine Policy;
Maritime Law; Marine Safety Management.

Lecturer, instructor a
nd course developer for maritime programs and simulation training in United
Kingdom, United States, Vietnam, Africa, Canada, Finland, Norway and Malaysia.



North Atlantic Marine Management Inc.
1989
-
1991

President and Chief Executive Officer

Company provided advisory
,

and consultancy services to the marine, offshore
,

and related indust
ries.

Services included ship management, corporate security, safety and environmental management, QA /
QC, insurance claims, human resources, etc.

Clients included:

Helicopter Training

International, New Orleans, USA

Vessel Traffic Control
,

and Traffic Sep
aration Schemes, Ottawa, Canada

Mooring Systems for Offshore Installations, Houston, Texas, USA

Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency

Offshore Oil and Gas Industries


Charles Taylor and Co., United Kingdom

Feb 1988
-
Mar 1989

Legal Executive, Protection and Indemnity Club (P&I)

Act on behalf of Ship O
wners
,

and Oil Rig Owners in accidents
,

and disputes which arise out of them.
Provide legal advice service on owner’s rights
,

and liabilit
ies
. International syndicates.





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Variety of Offshore Supply Vessel Companies

1979
-
1985

Progressed from Able Seaman to Master/Manager

Responsible to owners and charterers for safety of
crews, vessels and cargoes. Vessels engaged in
offshore oil exploration, primarily drill rig support and supply. Fleet manager


Zapata Marine, Houston,
Texas. Global oil and gas industry.

Operations included lifting and setting rig anchors, towing rigs,

m
ooring design,

monitoring and towing
icebergs when required. Participation in rig safety drills with emphasis on rig evacuation and recovery of
personnel.

Normal re
supply, i.e. deck, bulk and liquid cargoes to and from drill rigs.


Officer on Sei
s
mic vesse
ls and con
ventional ships
1976
-
1979

Oil tankers, Cargo, Survey, Supply

Supervise and oversee crew in ship operations and maintenance
.

Navigational and operational duties
.


Seaman / Bosun

on general cargo and tankers
1975
-
1976


College of Fisheries, NL

1972
-
1975

Naval Archit
ecture student employed with local firm dealing with the design and construction of sea
going vessels
.


Professional Committees and Affiliations



Canadian Maritime Law Association



American Maritime Law Association



Nautical Institute, United Kingdom



Chartere
d Institute of Arbitrators, United Kingdom



Maritime Arbitrators of Canada



Oceans Task Force advising on the design and preparation of Master degree programs



Cardiff Law School Advisory Council, University of Wales



School of Maritime Studies Alumni



Association of Master Mariners



Task Manager


Program Development Fund (Overseas) Canadian International Development
Agency (Africa, Vietnam, Malaysia)


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Public Review Panel on Tanker Safety and Marine Spills Response Capability



Canadian Marine Advisory Coun
cil, Canadian Coast Guard



International Association for

Sea Survival Training, (IASST)



Chair


Oil and Gas Committee, (Newfoundland Ocean Industries Association)



Past President, (Newfoundland Ocean Industries Association)



Director


International Helicopte
r Training Association



Member


Canadian Oil and Gas Sector Team



Advisor
-

Working Group, Offshore Certification and Training, Canadian Marine Advisory
Counsel



REFERENCES:

Provided upon request.