Chartered Engineer/Senior Design Eng


Last Updated: 4th February 2018 (over 4 years ago)

Address
United Kingdom

E-mail
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Phone Number
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Gender
Male

Age Range
25 to 34

Qualification Level
Masters

Languages
English

Summary

I am a degree qualified Chartered Engineer working within the Research and Development group of Weatherford Ltd. Weatherford is one of the largest Oil and Gas services companies in the world.
I am the subject matter expect on ISO28781/API19V and I am leading the development of the Optivalve product family. Currently 100+valves are in wells with 0 failures.

Education

UK Engineering Council
Chartered Engineer

   Jan 2014
— Current

I am registered Chartered Engineer, this is defined by the Engineering Council as
"Chartered Engineers (CEng) develop solutions to engineering problems using new or existing technologies, through innovation, creativity and change and/or they may have technical accountability for complex systems with significant levels of risk."

Robert Gordon University
Master of Science Oil and Gas Engineering

   Jan 2010
— Oct 2013

Whilst working at Petrowell/Weatherford I studied part time and received my master's.
My thesis was singled out for merit.

University Of Limerick
Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) Aeronautical Engineering

   Sep 2003
— Jun 2007

A comprehensive engineering degree program examples of modules studied:
Avionics
Air Transportation Management
Mathematics
Thermodynamics
Materials Science
Introduction to Engineering
Production Technology
Aerodynamics
Aircraft Maintenance
Engineering Mechanics
CAD (Computer Aided Design)
Fluid Mechanics
Electrical Engineering
Chemistry
This program also included an 8 month industrial placement.
My Final Year Project “Characterisation of a Thermal Interface Material” was presented at the Nanoparticles: New opportunities and challenges for colloid scientist’s conference at Warwick University UK, 28-30 March 07

Experience

Weatherford Ltd/Petrowell Ltd
Senior Design Engineer

   Apr 2009
— Current

I was initially employed by Petrowell Ltd in April 2009. Weatherford acquired Petrowell in 2012-2013.
I work within the Reserch and Development engineering group at Weatherford.
I am the subject matter expert on ISO28781/API19V barrier valves and lead the development of the product family of valves.
Currently 100+ valves in wells with 0 failures.

Expro Connectors & Measurements (Tronic Subsea Connectors)
Design Engineer

   Jan 2008
— Apr 2009

I was part of the Power&Optics department. My duties were to design and develop parts, assemblies, test and accessory equipment for the project. Produce calculations and reports to support my designs.

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