Planning, Project Controls and Engineering Consultant at T-REX Engineering + Construction
- Houston, Texas Area
- Oil & Energy
Doug Brown's Overview
- Project Controls, Planning and Engineering Consultant at T-REX Engineering + Construction
- Project Controls Advisor at Swift Technical Group
- Principal Consultant at Douglas A Brown Consultants
- Principal Project Controls Manager at WorleyParsons
- Lead Petroleum Engineer and Acting Senior Oil Consultant at DOS - IRAQ TRANSITION ASSISTANCE – OFFICE OF OIL/PROJECTS
- Development Planning Lead at Shell Unconventional Resources (Kelly Engineering Resources contract)
- Supervising Engineering Specialist / Project Manager at INTECSEA Engineering
- International Offshore Projects Engineer at GE Wind Energy, LLC
- Project Controls Manager at KBR
- Senior Management Consultant at Douglas A Brown Consultants
- Senior Principal Project Controls Engineer at Stone & Webster
- Senior Management Consultant at Douglas A Brown Consultants
- Lead Senior Reservoir/Petroleum/Project Engineer at BP
- Chief Engineer (Tecbnical Manager and Projects Director) at BELCO CORPORATION, TALARA, PERU (SOUTH AMERICA)
- Senior Petroleum Engineer at ConocoPhillips
- Sr. Project/Petroleum (Drilling/Production) Engineer out of Anchorage, Alaska office at ExxonMobil
- Engineer III at Saudi Aramco
- Subsea/Petroleum Reservoir/Drilling/Completions Engineer – Deepwater drilling operations/design at Fluor
- University of Southern California
- Colorado School of Mines
Doug Brown's Summary
Sr. Petroleum Management Engineer with extensive diverse experience in all Petroleum Development, including all forms of Gas and Liquids-Rich fields, from Light to Heavy Oil, Oil Shale, Tar Sands, Gas, Condensate, Reservoir, Production, Extended Reach Drilling (ERD), Well Completions/Simulations, Waterflood, Tertiary Recovery (Thermal, CO2, WAG) and Facilities Engineering, and in Offshore, Deepwater, SURF (Subsea, Umbilical, Risers, Flowlines), Terminals, Onshore, LNG, Power and General Oil & Gas projects. Proven proficiency in Strategy Planning and setting-up multi-functional, multi-location, international or domestic projects up to $6 Billion value for Oil companies, and for Engineering/Construction Joint Ventures. Developed strong teams by removing obstacles to productivity, making expectations clear and treating others fairly and with dignity. Respected by a wide range of groups, from field crews to executives. Promoted/wrote HSE/SHE/OSHA safety/security programs and Hazop/Risk/KIP’s analysis. Doubled Belco profits in Peru, although oil and gas prices decreased to half, by optimizing well spacing and redesigning well completions.
Thirty-five years of safe experience in engineering, management, Contracts Administration, Strategy Planning, Local/National and International governmental regulations and inter-relations, R&D, project controls, project interface, exploration, development, construction, installation and operations including estimating, proposals, conceptual-detailed design, Hazop, commissioning, start-up, troubleshooting and operations.
As Engineering Mgr, Project Engineer, or Lead Engineer, assured timely delivery of feasible, practical, innovative & cost-efficient designs & proposals that match the needs and conditions of the locations.
Served as Project Manager, Director of Projects, Project Interface Manager, Chief Estimator, Project Control Manager, Senior Planner, Cost Engineer, Engineering Manager, Superintendent, and OSHA/Safety Director
Security Clearance: Secret (active)
Member ASME, SPE
US Patent Number 7,230,347 issued 12JUN2007
OPITO Offshore Safety Certificate TE_080310034221
EU SafePass H&S Awareness SP2/473/289319/0807
Registered Professional Engineer – Texas # 63198
Alaska # EP4783
Colorado # 15725
Doug Brown's Experience
Project Controls, Planning and Engineering Consultant
Privately Held; 201-500 employees; Oil & Energy industry
September 2012 – Present (2 years 1 month) Houston, Texas Area
Engineering Consultant on Shell Oil Olimpus TLP N-88 Rig project
Planning, Project Controls and Engineering Interface on PetroAmazonas Amistad A-10, A-11 and A-12 Tripod Platforms EPCI project.
Project Controls Advisor
Privately Held; 1001-5000 employees; Oil & Energy industry
January 2010 – May 2012 (2 years 5 months) Houston, TX and Offshore Angola
Providing expert Project Controls services to Chevron's Cambinda FARM Project in Angola on 28-28 rotation and Project Closeout in Houston, Texas, USA
Douglas A Brown Consultants
June 2009 – January 2010 (8 months)
· Prioritized/Sequenced Projects/Opportunities for available Budget, Personnel, Rigs, Vessels & other Resources to Maximize Corporate profits, while meeting Delivery Contract & Government/HSE needs
· Specified/Designed/Setup/Trained managers/personnel in Corporate Automatic Project Prioritization System.
· Saved Equistar Chemical project from further cost over-run, and from 6 weeks behind schedule to 2 weeks early completion/turnaround.
· Corrected production blockages.
· Redirected misspent drilling funds from excess in-field drilling to exploration drilling.
· Economized well completion designs
OFFSHORE AND SUBSEA
· Expedited mobile/floating drilling/production and FPSO vessels EPIC.
· Directed construction/installation of 14 platforms/year, offshore pipelines, marine fleet, port facilities and pipe-coating plant for Belco in Peru.
· Specified/unitized/installed subsea systems with multiplex controls.
· Supervised offshore crews in Greece, Gulf of Mexico (GOM), Ireland, Peru, Saudi Arabia, and Alaska.
· Advised cost savings for O&G Platform to Wind Turbine conversions, & Offshore Wind Farms installations
· Designed/supervised vessel conversions and new construction.
· Taught and advised Iraqi MoO personnel in Unitization tactics, Economic Evaluation, Field Developments
· Directed/analyzed Britoil Bruce Condensate Field Development Reservoir Engineering unitization activities.
· Integrated multi-field multi-discipline oil, gas, and condensate analysis for exploration, development, completions, and operations.
· Directed emergency relief effort during 1982 – 1983 Nino disaster in Peru.
· Expedited and integrated projects and development programs in Korea, Great Britain, Peru, and USA.
· Drilled and completed extended reach wells over a mile horizontally offshore Peru long before others made even 600’ horizontal wells.
Principal Project Controls Manager
Public Company; 10,001+ employees; Oil & Energy industry
May 2008 – June 2009 (1 year 2 months)
Exxon Neftegas Limited’s Sakhalin-1 Arkutun-Dagi Development Project
Lead Petroleum Engineer and Acting Senior Oil Consultant
DOS - IRAQ TRANSITION ASSISTANCE – OFFICE OF OIL/PROJECTS
October 2006 – March 2008 (1 year 6 months)
Confidential Consultation to Iraq Ministry of Oil (MoO) on Reservoir Engineering, Drilling Rigs, Fields Development, Pipelines, Facilities, Distribution and ISP (Internal Security Projects, i.e., exclusion zones, Project Clean Delivery, etc.). Interfaced to coalition civil/military groups on same. Wrote scope for and Project Engineer for new offshore export terminals study. Approved Oil projects and project changes. Wrote Petroleum Economics course and co-instructor for Unitization course at MoO. - Office of Oil/Projects under both IRMO (Iraq Reconstruction Management Office) and ITAO (Iraq Transition Assistance Office) in US embassy in Baghdad, Iraq with visits by convoy to Iraqi sites and offices.
Development Planning Lead
Public Company; 10,001+ employees; RDSA; Oil & Energy industry
October 2005 – June 2006 (9 months)
Development Planning Lead – Shell E&P - Utilized broad experience in interfacing with personnel from Exploration and Field Development through Power and Process for developing Strategy & Plans in confidential multi-billion dollar Unconventional Heavy-Oil Thermal projects. Set-up Centralized Planning system for all projects in division and trained personnel in use. Developed concise summary of key deliverables and critical management decisions to assure accelerated projects.
Supervising Engineering Specialist / Project Manager
Public Company; 1001-5000 employees; Oil & Energy industry
November 2004 – July 2005 (9 months)
Interface Manager – My primary responsibilities were:
• To expedite information flow among all parties involved in a large FPSO/Subsea/Pipelines project
• To quickly resolve any potential conflicts, before they happen
• To provide engineering safe-guard that prudent decisions were being made
Chevron “Frade Field Development Project” FPSO-Subsea-Pipelines FEED design for 3610-foot (1100-m) water depth in the North Campos Basin, Brazil. The initial “Facilities” will be 4 gas-lift assisted production and 4 water-injection subsea wells, all tied-back to a FPSO processing facility. Oil will be offloaded to tankers and gas will be exported to the Roncador Pipeline. Another 3-9 production and 2-3 injection wells will be drilled, completed and tied-back later (max 13 production and 7 injection wells).
Project Controls – - I was primarily responsible in developing the Shenzi FEED detailed +20% -10% Budget for the Deepwater GOM Shenzi Subsea, Pipelines and Risers projects, including all Engineering, Design, Inspection, Manufacturing, Supply, Installation, Commissioning and Start-up reflecting the TIC (Total Inclusive Cost) for the client oil company, BHP Billiton.
As PCM (Project Control Manager), I also supervised the set-up of the Document Control system for the detailed design phase, and assured timely inclusion of all documents, projected manpower requirements, and a budget/scheduling control system for it.
BHP Billiton Shenzi Subsea/Pipelines Pre-feasibility Engineering project in 4375-foot (1333-m) water depth in the Gulf of Mexico, USA. The subsea development will include up to 32 wells, including both 10K and 15K production trees, and water injection trees, all tied back to a dedicated host vessel.
Offshore Projects Engineer – FPL – Long Island Offshore Wind Park (LIOWP) Project - Advised cost savings and redesign for Offshore Wind Farm Installation Projects. Evaluated alternate Installation and Engineering contractors. Trained and mentored engineers.
International Offshore Projects Engineer
Public Company; 10,001+ employees; GE; Financial Services industry
June 2003 – March 2004 (10 months)
Advised cost savings and redesign for Offshore Wind Farm Installation Projects and Offshore O&G Platform to Wind Turbine Generation (WTG) Conversions. Evaluated alternate Installation and Engineering contractors. Signed my US Patent Number 7,230,347 issued 12JUN2007 over to GE. Supervised WTG Foundation R&D Conceptual Studies.
Gunfleet Sands Wind Farm Project, Thames Estuary, England
Arklow Sands Wind Farm Project, Irish Sea, Ireland
Dual-Based at Houston, TX and Greenville, SC with field assignment in SE Ireland
Project Controls Manager
Public Company; 10,001+ employees; KBR; Construction industry
June 2000 – January 2003 (2 years 8 months)
As a Project Controls Manager, I:
• Supervised Schedulers, Estimators, and Cost Engineers
• Provided Periodical Financial, Cost, General Project and Special Analysis Reports
• Interfaced with all Discipline Leads and Managers to expedite project
LNG FEED and EPC Schedules for Indonesia, Venezuela and Qatar
Exxon/Mobil Mogas Desulphurization Projects, Billings, MT; Beaumont, TX & Lake Charles, LA
EBI Industries, Inc. Suez 180,000 MTPY Ammonia Complex Proposal
Shell Chemicals Olefins Feed Hydrotreater (OFH) Project, Mobile Site, SaraLand, Alabama
BP Project Future, Texas City, Texas, Petrochemical Units Automation Modernization project
ConocoPhillips/CPC K-Resin Rebuild Project, Houston Chemical Complex; & Unit 40 Revamp, Borger, TX
Tampa Electric Company (TEC) Polk (Gas fired) Plant Expansion, Unit 3 Addition, Mulberry, Florida
Senior Management Consultant
Douglas A Brown Consultants
April 1998 – April 2000 (2 years 1 month)
OCEANEERING INTL., INC. (GAS Unlimited contract) Houston, TX
Audited, corrected/updated EPC Schedule, Progress Measurement & Procurement, and coordinated with subcontractors for Legendre MOPU Jackup & Subsea Tie-In Project for LPT Oil Development in NW Australia.
STONE & WEBSTER (Enscicon contract), Denver, Colorado, USA
Audited, corrected/updated construction schedule, integrated subcontractor schedules, and loaded Craft Manpower & Resources for Cordova 600 MW Cogen Power Plant site (Illinois)
GENERAL ELECTRIC (Team Associates contract), Slough, London, England, UK
Prepared 820 MW TISZA Hungary Retrofit II (GEII & ABB joint venture) Steam Power Plant Integrated Proposal Schedule.
EQUISTAR CHEMICALS LP (AEI, Inc. contract), Houston, TX, USA
Developed SAP, IS Dept. & Corporate Resources/Projects Prioritization/Planning Systems
In January 1999, at the Equistar LaPorte plant, I was instrumental in putting the overbudget & behind-schedule Natural Gas Project II and Flex Feed Projects back on-schedule by getting teams working efficiently. Provided Houston Facilities Planning & Construction Expedition.
1999 Corporate Capital Budget Prioritization, Cash-Flow & Resources Planning
BECHTEL (Team Associates contract), Houston, TX, USA
Planned Camisea Gas Project (Peru), which was canceled by client, Shell.
SILVERTECH SYSTEMS, INC., Houston, Texas, USA
Directed 26 personnel, organized, developed and guided all Fiber Optical Cable Multiplex Control Systems & Remote Power Modules projects for Petrochemical Plants, Offshore & Subsea in USA division.
When I arrived at Silvertech as their Director of Projects they had several projects that were running way behind schedule. In fact, most were already due. I worked:
• With the engineers, designers, and other managers to more accurately schedule/sequence the workload
• Negotiated with clients new delivery deadlines
Senior Principal Project Controls Engineer
Public Company; 10,001+ employees; Shaw; Oil & Energy industry
July 1992 – April 1998 (5 years 10 months)
Responsible for Project MIS design, set-up, maintenance and Due Diligence. Audited and established standards for, and created, maintained and supervised effective Cost, Finance, Documents and Schedule Project Controls for International & Domestic Power, Pipeline, Petrochemical & Refinery projects. Simultaneous projects ranged from simple small local projects, to the 4 billion US$ TPPI multinational project. During this TPPI project, directed the Planning at 9 locations in 7 countries, participated in Risk Analysis, Due Diligence reviews and Cost Control, and produced periodic Executive Financial Metrics and Status Reports. The TPPI project was the largest at-risk project that S&W had undertaken. When the End-1997 Asian Money Crisis forced shutdown of the project during the middle of construction, S&W did not suffer a negative cash flow, due to the anticipatory contract payment terms that always covered the “Contract Cancellation Liability” at any time. Set-up the Cash Flow and Liability Cost Analysis System before the project started. Was usually assigned to the highest-risk largest projects from their conception, or to recover small/medium projects already behind schedule and/or over budget. - Based at Houston, TX and assigned at Korea, New Brunswick & England. Process studies & proposals for ethanol facility in Hawaii, gas-processing facilities in Texas & Pennsylvania, & pesticide plant in Texas.
Developed new Integrated Scheduling/Cost System for Stone & Webster and ISO-9001 standards for Planning and Scheduling (P6-2) and Progress Measurement (P6-11).
Prepared the following proposal schedules, utilizing a new standard format which he developed.
Senior Management Consultant
Douglas A Brown Consultants
March 1987 – July 1992 (5 years 5 months)
NORTHERN ENGINEERING (1 Year)
Chief Estimator, Project Control and Project Engineering - Cogen Power Projects - Developed/used integrated computer network to provide management with Project Proposal Estimates, Change Order Cost Control & Refutation, Risk Analysis, Cash Flow Analysis, Reports & Planning, Expedited Projects and field start-up.
• Coal Gasification Plant Studies
• Pyrolysis Furnace Studies for Petrochemical, Biomass or Tire Fuels
• Gas Compressors Stations
• Gas Treatment Plants
• Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia - Gas Turbine Pre-cooling Power-Supplement Retrofit
Created 28 cogeneration power, single power and pyrolysis furnace proposal schedules. Responsible for generation of tabular reports, bar chart schedules, analytical reports, and maintenance/update of schedules
ESTIMATORS INTERNATIONAL, INC., HOUSTON, TEXAS
BROWN & ROOT - International Power & Infrastructure Projects - Estimates Quality & Risk Analysis
AMERICAN REF-FUEL – Schedule 3 Refuse Disposal-Conversion Power Generation EPC projects
Harris Associates Inc., Las Vegas, Nevada, - Church Street Station & Main Street Development $30 million Casino, Hotel, Retail Asbestos Abatement and Contaminated Soils removal projects
Supervised 13 to 220 personnel as Comptroller, Office Manager, Chief Estimator, Planner, Safety Director, & backup Project & Construction Manager.
HAWKER SIDDELEY POWER ENGINEERING (1 year)
Chief Estimator; Proposals Coordinator; Project Control Engineer
Cogen Power Projects - Established integrated network
BROWN & ROOT (1 year)
Scheduler at Quantum (Equistar) Chemicals Plant, LaPorte, TX
HARRIS COUNTY ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT (1 year)
Computer Network Supervisor (IT Manager)
CONSTRUCTION INFORMATION SERVICES, INC. (1 year)
Project Control Engineer
Lead Senior Reservoir/Petroleum/Project Engineer
Public Company; 10,001+ employees; BP; Oil & Energy industry
July 1983 – July 1986 (3 years 1 month)
BRITOIL, LTD., (NOW BP), GLASGOW, SCOTLAND, UK (3 YEARS)
Lead Senior Reservoir/Petroleum/Project Engineer in the Asset Appraisal and Development team of the Reservoir Engineering section of the Britoil Petroleum Engineering Department – He directed the Planning/Scheduling, Alternate Development Design and Analysis for the $4 billion Bruce Oil and Gas Condensate Field, North Sea Development. Analysis included Compositional Reservoir Modeling. Analyses included being official company representative for Intercompany/Government Development, Technical and Unitization meetings. He directly participated in the analysis of the development of scenarios for, and financial/production/cash-flow analysis for:
BRITOIL. LTD (BP) Bruce Gas Condensate Field, Reservoir Eng., Unitization/Development Planning
Offshore Platforms Construction/Drilling/Production Design/Scheduling
• Alternate Tension Leg Platform Floating Construction/Drilling/Production Design/Scheduling
• Subsea Production Systems Construction/Drilling/Production Design/Scheduling
• Oil, Gas and Condensate (Dual/Single flow) Offshore Pipelines Design/Scheduling
• Well Tests Design/Analysis and Reservoir Engineering
BRITOIL Research: Offshore Platforms/Floaters/Pipelines/Subsea Construction/Drilling/Production Design
TLP, Semi, FPSO, FSO (Floating) Construction/Drilling/Production Design
Subsea Production Systems Construction/Drilling/Production Design
Oil, Gas and Condensate (Dual/Single flow) Offshore Pipelines Design
Translated FORTRAN mainframe programs to PC spreadsheets w/ Tabular/Graphics output
Chief Engineer (Tecbnical Manager and Projects Director)
BELCO CORPORATION, TALARA, PERU (SOUTH AMERICA)
January 1982 – June 1983 (1 year 6 months) Peru
Supervised 81 engineers, 2 geologists, 3 designers, and about 400 contractors in a field operation with 20,000 direct/indirect employees, with all of Peru's offshore oil/gas production, oil/gas distribution and offshore terminal facilities, pipe-coating plant, hospital, living quarters, 96 ships/barges, compressor and pump stations, power plant, road/air-strip maintenance, water lines, piers, port facilities, onshore and offshore pipe-laying and construction facilities, 9 drilling rigs, refinery support, communications system, etc. Oil production was increased from 12 to 45 Mbbls/day. Installed 14 platforms/year in up to 420' water depth, and maintained a massive emergency aid effort during the worst flood in Peru's history. Drilled and completed extended reach wells over a mile horizontally long before others made even 600’ horizontal wells. Company's profits were doubled, although the oil and gas prices halved. Analyzed Reservoirs and introduced & trained staff in new Completion designs & methods.
All Offshore Oil & Gas Exploration/Drilling/Development/Production/Reservoir Engineering in Peru
Tender-Barge/Platform modifications, Offshore pipelines, New/Moved Platforms, Marine Fleet Modifications/Maintenance, Port Facilities Construction/Upgrade, Dredging, offshore Northern Peru
Peruvian Offshore/Coastal Oil/Gas Gathering/Treat/Injection/Distribution Systems
International Project Financial Analysis Program (Varying Currency Exchange & Tax Laws)
Peru; El Nino Emergency replacement of Roads, Utilities, Housing & Infrastructure
Negritos, Peru, Electrical Power project
Wrote/Intiated HSE/SHE safety program
Senior Petroleum Engineer
Public Company; 10,001+ employees; COP; Oil & Energy industry
January 1979 – January 1982 (3 years 1 month)
Operating out of the Conoco headquarters’ Technical Support Group, he was seconded to Conoco's GOM Offshore Drilling, Construction, Workover, Operations, Planning and Design. Both Supervised rigs, crews, boats, barges, & platforms, and Designed and Analyzed logs, tests, etc. In their Engineering Computer Programming group, he wrote multi-force static/dynamic offshore riser structural-design/analysis FORTRAN programs with documentation for Platforms, Floating Drilling Vessels, and the Tension Leg Floating Platform. He also set-up a new scheduling and planning program on the mainframe computers. Field-tested, wrote most of the programs, and wrote the doc’s and simple field guidebook for the Conoco "Drillchip" TI-59 drilling/offshore programs module for use by the field personnel. Taught part of Conoco Offshore, Drilling & Engineering courses in Norway, England, Scotland & USA.
GOM (Gulf of Mexico) Drilling, Development, Production and Workover - Construction & Operations
TLP, Floating Vessel & Platform Multiforce Riser Design
Wrote “Drillchip” programs/manual, Fortran Multi-Force Riser Analysis & Schedule/Graphics programs
Sr. Project/Petroleum (Drilling/Production) Engineer out of Anchorage, Alaska office
Public Company; 10,001+ employees; XOM; Oil & Energy industry
February 1978 – January 1979 (1 year)
EXXON COMPANY, USA Gulf of Alaska Exploration, Prudhoe Bay Development & Operations
Optimization project for Subsea, Navigational, Environmental/Weather, Ship and Automation systems for “Alaskan Star” experimental Semi in Gulf of Alaska
Prudhoe Bay Topping Plant, Surface Facilities, and Large Diameter Pipeline Multiphase Flow Analysis
Privately Held; 10,001+ employees; Oil & Energy industry
September 1977 – February 1978 (6 months)
Engineer III (Sr. Drilling/Completions/Testing Engineer) at Ras Tanura, Saudi Arabia
Designed Well Drilling/Completion/Testing plans, and supervised field tests and special completions, such as sand/gravel packs.
Northern/Offshore Drilling/Testing & wrote Offshore Emergency Blowout Control Plan
Specified Special design/equip/Barges for Offshore Emergency Blowout Control Plan
Subsea/Petroleum Reservoir/Drilling/Completions Engineer – Deepwater drilling operations/design
Public Company; 10,001+ employees; FLR; Construction industry
December 1973 – September 1977 (3 years 10 months)
FLUOR OIL & GAS CORP. – Reservoir Engineering analysis for Indonesian exploration program
FLUOR DRILLING SERVICES - Drill/Test/Completion-Greece, Italy, Tunisia, Indonesia, Taiwan, Malaysia
FLUOR DEEP SEA OIL TECH Modular Design support for TLP/Subsea/FPSO drilling/production systems
USC - Catalina Island Divers Rescue Medical Center Hyperbaric Surgery Facility Expansion
FLUOR DRILLING SERVICES Design/Procure/Unitize/Install Subsea Systems for New/Used Drill-Ships/Barges
FLUOR Intl. Facilities/Equipment Maintenance/Procurement System (Mainframe & Cardex system)
Doug Brown's Projects
Team Members: Doug Brown, Christopher James Henkhaus, Marvin Brandon, Oscar Fabricio Montesdeoca, Freddie D. Lucas III, Carmenza Perdomo, Jorge "JC" Calderon, Bill Barton, Corey Savo, Chris Cantu
- September 2012 to May 2014
EPCI: Petroamazonas Amistad Field Satellite Platforms: Gulf of Guayaquil, Ecuador
Fast-track fabrication projects:
Dalmatian Gas and Oil PLETs
Murphy Dalmatian riser pull heads
Murphy Dalmatian pig launchers/receivers and installation aids
Enbridge Big Foot break away joints
Shell Cardamom transition joints
Transocean foundation tensioner plates
Doug Brown's Languages
English (Native, Primary)
Doug Brown's Certifications
Security Clearance: Secret (active)
- US Department of State
- October 2006 to September 2016
Registered Professional Petroleum Engineer
- License 63198
- September 1980
Registered Professional Petroleum Engineer
- License EP4783
- December 1979
Registered Professional Engineer
- License 15725
- July 1978
Doug Brown's Patents
- United States Patent US Patent Number 7,230,347 issued 12JUN2007
- Issued June 12, 2007
A corrosion protected wind turbine unit includes a wind turbine unit support structure or foundation implanted in water and an impressed current anode electrochemically coupled to the wind turbine unit support structure or foundation through the water. Also included is a controlled current source configured to receive electrical current from the wind turbine unit or at least one other wind turbine unit located in proximity to the corrosion protected wind turbine unit and further configured to operate the impressed current anode.
Doug Brown's Publications
Doug Brown's Skills & Expertise
- Project Engineering
- Project Planning
- Natural Gas
- Project Control
- Contract Negotiation
- Petroleum Engineering
- Contract Management
- Field Development
- Power Generation
- Engineering Design
- Security Clearance
- International Relations
- Project Execution
- Renewable Energy
- Cost Control
- Cost Estimating
- Supervisory Skills
- Feasibility Studies
- Cash Flow Forecasting
- Offshore Drilling
- Project Estimation
Doug Brown's Education
University of Southern California
MS, Petroleum Engineering
1975 – 1977
BS, Petroleum Engineering
1968 – 1973
Doug Brown's Additional Information
Contact Doug for:
- career opportunities
- consulting offers
- expertise requests
- reference requests
- getting back in touch