Career Highlights & Chronology
✦ See Experience index: across industry sectors and within sectors
✦ See Projects index linked to 1-page summaries of major projects
✦ See Skills index developed & honed through life-time experience
✦ See Resume and Publications, licensed technologies knowledge,
    professional & personal references, plus professional Affiliations
✦ Career-long University roles: student, faculty, adjunct and advisor

Type of work available - as for many engineers - fluctuates with global price of crude oil!

Employment Chronology
2015-now Gulf Publishing's Technical Editor for Hydrocarbon Processing and Gas Processing
Article submissions gatekeeper, handbooks and maps researcher, technical event themes & panels
Developed articles & events database forms for submitting and tracking of abstracts, bios & portraits

2014-2016 Petrofac Subject Matter Expert: Process Engineering, Process Safety, Alarm Management

2012-2014 Petrofac in Houston in an "Info. Management Strategy & Governance" role. This supported a Master Services Agreement with Chevron Wheatstone LNG, plus capacity-building for Engineering and Consulting Services within Petrofac ECOM.

2009-2012 Petrofac in the UAE, as "Technical Specialist" and the "Integrity" Lead on the Shetlands gas processing plant for Total's Laggan-Tormore field. Was "Technical Issues Coordinator" on the South Yoloten Gas Field for TurkmenGaz, also the T@P "Knowledge Trustee" for "Technology @ Petrofac" global communities of practice.

2008-2009 KBR in Houston, as "Process Technical Advisor", on benzene reduction in gasoline and heat integration for Conoco Phillips in Borger, TX; plus Interface Coordinator on the Ras Tanura Integrated Project for Aramco & Dow.

2007-2008 Fluor Enterprises, TX as "Principal Technical Specialist-HSE" on Sakhalin optimization for Exxon Neftegas; managed HAZID/QRA for ADMA-OpCo

2006-2007 Ingenious, Inc, "Process Eng Manager" at Shaw, Stone & Webster
for Marathon Garyville Major Expansion; S-Zorb low-sulfur gasoline for Giant

2006 Western Washington University adjunct at Huxley College
Taught "Introduction to Planning" course and "Advanced GIS" course/lab

2005-2006 I-T Network, Bellingham, Washington
Consulting Engineer at Anvil for BP Cherry Point on process debottlenecking
options in a four-person team, based upon Canadian extra-heavy crude oil

1998-2005 Computer Sciences Corp / DynCorp, DC
   ♦ Technical Consultant with CSC Federal, 2003-2005
   ♦ GIS Team Leader, ICF Consulting Sv'ces, 2001-2002
   ♦ Systems Architect, DynCorp, a CSC firm, 1998-2003

    American University
adjunct Researcher-in-Residence 2002-2004
      ♦ Transportation studies at O.R. George & Assoc. for DC's DOT
      ♦ Logistics Management for Casey Trees Street Tree Inventory

1985-1998 Mobil Corporation: Virginia, New Jersey, New Zealand
   ♦ Integration Consultant: Environ., Health & Safety,1995-1997
   ♦ Environmental Research Leader, Mobil R & D Corp 1992-1995
   ♦ Process Systems Group Leader, Mobil R & D Corp, 1990-1992
   ♦ Applic'ns Supervisor, NZ SynFuel (Mobil affiliate), 1985-1990

1983-1985 University of Auckland, New Zealand
Senior Lecturer, Process Design, Process Analysis & Economics, in the
Chemical & Materials Engineering department, School of Engineering

1981-1982 Forster-Morrell Engineering, Colorado Springs CO
Senior Engineer, facility energy conservation studies for US DOE,
authored waste disposal options for Colorado state government.

1974-1981 PetroMAS Engineering, Houston TX
   ♦ Computer Services Supervisor, 1980-1981
   ♦ Senior Process Engineer,1977-1980
   ♦ Process Engineer, 1974-1977

   ♦ 1970 Shell Refining, Geelong, VIC Australia
   ♦ 1969 North Broken Hill Limited, Australia
   ♦ 1968 N.Z. Roads Board scholar, Tauranga

   ♦ Professional Engineer (TX #53970, IPENZ #100658)
   ♦ AIChE South Texas since 1977, now a Senior Member
   ♦ Member of UK-based IChemE (while in N.Z. 1983-89)
   ♦ Past Refining chair, Petroleum Env. Research Forum
   ♦ National Association for Corrosion Engineers member
   ♦ National Association for Environmental Management
   ♦ National Fire Protection Association
   ♦ Instrument Society of America
   ♦ Process Excellence Network
   ♦ EMC Momentum User Group
   ♦ Associate in Open GIS Consortium (for DynCorp)
   ♦ ESRI "Corporate Consultant" Business Partner
   ♦ IBM / Lotus Notes " Premium" Business Partner
   ♦ A founding role in the Washington GIS Consortium, DC
   ♦ Focus Northwest, service-oriented entrepreneurs
   ♦ Family trustee member for Simply Reading board (NZ)

2004 Became US citizen, got Interim Secret clearance;
2001 Given Dept. of Justice "Public Trust" classification

International Conference Presentation Highlights from Career History