The Technology and Engineering Group cover the energy sector, and this includes both oil & Gas and renewables. The Senior Engineering Team have about 850 years of accumulated experience and are world leading experts in their respective fields. We have expertise in Advanced Engineering. The Jukes Group covers Onshore & Facilities, Offshore SURF, and Topsides.

The Services that are offered in the Technology and Engineering Group are the following:

  • Consultancy
  • Advanced Engineering
  • Engineering
  • Technology Innovation & R&D
  • Special Studies
  • Project Management
  • Expert Witness
  • Owners Engineer
  • HSEQ
The Capabilities of the Technology and Engineering Group cover a wide range of the value chain and are the following:

  • Facilities & Topsides Engineering
  • Floating Systems Engineering
  • SURF Engineering
  • Subsea
  • Umbilicals
  • Risers
  • Flowlines
  • Pipeline Engineering
  • Structural Engineering
  • Geotechnical Engineering
  • Flow Assurance
  • Advanced Engineering
  • Construction Management
  • Installation Engineering
  • Materials & Corrosion
  • Offshore and Onshore Pipeline Engineering
  • Onshore Facilities
  • Integrity Management
  • Risk Based Inspections (RBI)
  • Offshore and Onshore Flow Assurance
The Technology and Engineering Group looks at all Engineering Stages of a Project.

  • Economics / Feasibility Studies
  • Pre-FEED & FEED
  • Detailed Design
  • Installation Engineering
  • Start-Up & Commissioning
  • Operate and Maintenance Support
  • Integrity Management
  • Decommissioning
  • Subsea Trees (Production & Injection Trees)
  • Flowlines & Jumpers
  • Flow Assurance
  • Subsea Processing (Separation, Multiphase Pumping)
  • Commingling & Injection Manifolds
  • PLETs, PLEMs & Tie-In Sleds
  • HIPPS & Control Systems
  • Risers
  • Riser Bases
  • Mid-Water Arches
  • Umbilicals
  • HP/HT Developments
  • Engineering Support for Downhole Technologies
  • Scraper Launchers / Receivers
  • Flow metering
  • Export Pipelines & Shore Approaches
  • Platform Interfaces
  • Finite Element Analysis (FEA)
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)
  • Fluid Structure Interaction (FSI)
  • Systems level structural analysis.
  • Local and component analysis.
  • Soil / structure interaction analysis.
  • Soil / pipe interaction analysis.
  • Impact and blast analysis using explicit FEA simulations.
  • Flexible pipe and umbilical FEA using substructure (super element) method.
  • Stress, vibrational and thermal analysis.

Software Packages used : ABAQUS, ANSYS, Star CCM, Acusolve Hyperworks

  • Onshore & Offshore Pipelines
  • Risk Based Inspection (RBI)
  • Risk Based Integrity Management (RBIM) for Onshore Pipeline
  • Rigid and flexible flowline analysis
    • On-bottom Stability Analysis
    • Expansion Analysis
    • Lateral and Upheaval Buckling Analysis
    • Spanning and VIV V. Fatigue
    • Installation
  • Mechanical Design
  • Stress and Limit State Based Design
  • Single Pipe and Pipe-in-Pipe
  • Field Layouts
  • Flowline Component Design (Bulkheads, Buckle Arrestors)
  • Jumpers
  • Installation Engineering
  • Offshore Pipeline Supervision
  • Pipeline Remediation
  • Steel Catenary Riser (SCR), Top Tensioned Riser (TTR), hybrid, drilling, flexible and umbilical analysis using ABAQUS
  • Global strength.
  • Wave fatigue (using 1st & 2nd order motions).
  • Vortex Induced Vibration – VIV.
  • Hang-off systems design & analysis – stress joint, pull tubes, specialty joints.
  • Interference / clashing.
  • Routing & layout.
  • Installation analysis.
  • Drilling riser and wellhead analysis – wave fatigue, VIV, operability, weak point, drive off / drift off, recoil.
  • Flexible & umbilical cross sectional analysis for strength and fatigue (using B-Flex & U-Flex).
  • Global Analysis using Orcaflex.
  • Concept evaluation, for all types of development from concept through to detailed design.
  • Software capability in OLGA, PIPESim, PVTSim/Multiflash, MAXMUS, HYSIS and NATASHA.
  • Pipeline Sizing
  • Pressure Surge using Stoner Pipeline Simulator
  • Pigging Model with Olga
  • Corrosion
  • Pipeline Leak Protection
  • Onshore and Offshore
  • In-place and installation (structural) analysis of jackets, jack-ups, compliant towers, floating and subsea structures.
  • Strength.
  • Fatigue.
  • Code checks.
  • Structural analysis of fixed risers and conductors.
  • Piles
  • Suction Caissons
  • Anchors
  • Subsea Foundations
  • Conductor-Soil Interaction
  • SCR-Soil Interaction
  • Pipeline-Soil Interaction
  • Centrifuge Model Testing
  • Advanced Numerical Analyses
  • Earthquake-Foundation Structure Interaction
  • Site Investigation Planning
  • Geohazard Assessments
  • HAZOP / HAZID Workshops for subsea tie-backs, installations, pipeline repairs, packages, and onshore facilities.
  • HSE Lead for subsea projects including HSE plans, training matrix, behavioral programs and client driven safety program and training elements.
  • HSE Lead for subsea production systems at manufacturing and fabrication facilities.
  • Risk registers
  • Program quality support
  • Design of topsides
  • fixed and floating,
  • Expertize in FPSO’s.
  • All aspects for project execution
  • Project Management
  • Cost Controls
  • Preparation of RFG packages
  • Evaluation of bids and procedure
  • Multi-disciplined Projects
  • Offshore Supervision
  • Global performance and station keeping
  • Structural Design & Modifications
  • Strength & Fatigue Analysis
  • Hull Concept Selection and Evaluation
  • Model Testing Supervision
  • Mooring analysis
  • Hydrodynamics & Hydrostatic Assessments
  • Metocean Evaluation
  • Detailed FEA of Components
  • Fixed and Floating Platforms for Offshore Wind Turbines
  • Pile Design Foundation Design
  • Floater Design
  • Mooring & Anchors
  • Project Management
  • Detailed Geotechnical Design
  • Structural Design


  • BSEE Bucket Foundation White Paper
  • Alliance with Universities
  • Alliance with an Offshore Wind Company
  • Stack-up and tension optimization
  • Operability envelope analysis
  • Drift-off and drive-off analysis
  • Deployment/retrieval analysis
  • Riser, conductor and casing deployment/retrieval analysis
  • Riser recoil analysis
  • Disconnect and hang-off analysis
  • Wave and VIV fatigue analysis
  • Weak point analysis
  • Transit analysis
  • Landing string design and verification
  • Vessel uptime assessment and rig selection
  • Failure Analysis
  • Riser wear analysis
  • Drill string contact and wear assessment
  • Jackup site-specific assessment
  • Wellhead fatigue analysis
  • Fracture and fatigue crack growth (ECA) analysis
  • Failure Analysis
  • Drillstring Analysis
  • Jarring Analysis
  • Stuck Pipe Analysis
  • Piping Design
  • Facilities
  • Materials
  • Integrity Management
  • Blast & Explosion Analysis


  • Project Management
  • Risk & Interface Management
  • Process
  • Mechanical
  • Piping
  • Civil/Structural/Architecture/GeoTech
  • Electrical & Instrumentation

FEED, Detailed Design


  • Primavera 6 for monitoring the progress of the project
  • Cad Works
  • STAAD 3
  • AutoCAD
  • Caesar II
  • Abaqus for seismic and foundation design
  • Engineering
  • Procurement
  • Construction
  • Gas Processing
  • Feasibility Studies
  • Technology Evaluation
  • Technical Audits
  • Process Equipment Optimization and Selection
  • Basic Design
  • Project Specifications Development
  • Permitting Support
  • Hydrological Modeling
  • Remote Sensing and GIS Application
  • Flood Plain Planning and Management
  • Master Drainage Planning
  • Flood Mitigation Planning and Benefit/Cost Analysis
  • FIS & LOMR
  • Water Resources Management
  • Flood Control Facility Design
  • Water Resource Reclamation and Water Re-use
  • Grant Applications
  • Clients Include all Branches of the Military, DOE,GSA, EPA, FEMA,USACE, NASA
  • Technical Operations & Management Services
  • Homeland Security
  • Facilities Design
  • Disaster Relief Support
  • Environmental Studies & Remediation

SBM and Mooring – The Jukes Group Engineer team has extensive experience in the design, analysis and Engineering to offshore loading terminals, SBM and Mooring, and Buoys. The capability includes the design of subsea pipelines, subsea PLEM structures, riser systems, buoy design, hydrodynamics, flow assurance, control systems and floating hose analysis. This includes work scopes from Conceptual studies, FEED, Detailed Design, Fabrication and Installation oversite. Also, Operational Support can be provided.

the jukes group

The Jukes Group team has experience on the following projects:

St. Eustatius SPM, EPCM, NuStar Energy. The Jukes Group completed a large EPCM project of a SPM buoy system in St. Eustatius in the Netherland Antilles for NuStar Energy. The project consisted of designing and installing two new 36-inch diameter 6,000ft long pipelines, a new 180 Tons subsea PLEM, tie-in spools and a control umbilical system for remote subsea valve control. The Jukes Group performed the pre-FEED study, FEED, Detailed Engineering, and Procurement & Installation oversight for the project. Procurement support involved procuring the pipe, the PLEM & spool material, the umbilical, and the Onshore Valve Control Skid. The Jukes Group had over 25 Engineers that included pipeline engineers, riser engineers, flow assurance engineers, designers, and project and document controllers.

Jamnagar SPM-1, Floating Hose Analysis, Yokohama. Reliance Industries Ltd. contracted the Yokohama Rubber Company to replace the floating hoses for the Jamnagar SPM-1 CALM buoy. Yokohama contracted ETA International to analyze the suitability of the new floating hose string for the Jamnagar site using OrcaFlex software. ETA International contracted The Jukes Group to undertake the analysis. The Jamnagar SPM-1 buoy site is located in the Gulf of Kutch, approximately 11 km northwest offshore from Jamnagar, India. The buoy is a round, turret type for single point mooring (SPM), with two floating hose strings. The SPM-1 CALM buoy was subjected to “collinear” and “oblique” environmental cases of wind, waves and current that represented maximum Operational and Survival METOCEAN conditions.

NES Hose project (Brunei HengYi Project CDSR’s Hose Analysis). TJG has been subcontracted by hose supplier, CDSR to perform the integrity check for the CDSR hoses. TJG has performed strength and interference analysis to assess the suitability of these hoses to be used for SPM at PMB facility. Hengyi Industries Sdn. Bhd. (HYBN) HYBN is planning to build a Single Point Mooring System and subsea pipeline to import the crude oil and condensate oil required by petrochemical refinery plant. The water depth at and around single point moored buoy is 33m, which will allow the oil tanker of 300,000DWT class to berth and transfer fluids to and from between the SPM system and the tanker. Floating and submerged hoses are utilized to connect the SPM with the tanker and PLEM respectively. The crude oil in the tanker will be transported to the land storage and transportation facilities through approximately 8.7km subsea pipeline, connected to the PLEM.

Past SPM Terminal Experience, by the Engineering team, includes the following:

  • Brunei Shell Petroleum – FEED for Seria Crude oil Terminal
  • Pertamina – Submarine & Floating Hose Specifications
  • ONGC & Reliance – Submarine and Floating Hose Analysis
  • NuStar (Caribbean) – EPCM of pipeline & PLEM systems
  • Oil Terminal Facilities Feasibility Study, Romania – Preparation of feasibility study for the modernization of the oil terminal facilities at Constantza Port.
  • Client (Confidential) – Product Storage & Loading Facilities Preliminary Design, Central Africa – Prepared preliminary designs for product storage and loading for propane and butane LPG and stabilized condensate facilities for a new export terminal.
  • Kuwait Oil Co. – Storage & Loading Facilities – Review of specifications for storage and loading facilities for single point mooring terminals.
  • Project Manager & Engineering Lead. Cochin Port Trust, Supertanker Oil Terminal for Crude Unloading and Product Loading, and Fertilizer Berth. Detailed engineering and preparation of tender documents and their evaluations for the two port facilities.
  • Indian Oil Corporation, Crude Oil Subsea Pipeline & SPM Terminal, Gulf of Kutch – Conceptual and detailed engineering to Construction management of the crude oil import subsea pipeline & single point mooring terminal.
  • Engineering Lead. Oil and Natural Gas Commission – Various Offshore Development Projects. Design review and engineering of submarine pipeline systems. Installation supervision of submarine pipelines, risers, and Single Buoy Mooring.

SPM and Pipeline Previous Project Experience



Bob Holloway

NuStar Energy

NuStar Energy LP- Sint Eustatius Project, Project Manager

NuStar Energy has a terminal facility located on the Island of Sint Eustatius in Netherland Antilles. Included in the offshore moorings is a SPM buoy system. NuStar contracted to expand their capabilities at the Sint Eustatius terminal by installing two new 36-inch pipelines, approximately 6,000 ft in length. Install a new subsea control umbilical. Change out the existing SPM with a refurbished Single Point Mooring (SPM) buoy loading system.  Both 36-inch pipelines and the existing 48-inch pipeline tie into a new designed subsea 180 Tons Pipeline End Manifold (PLEM) at the SPM location, and connected to the SPM by two lazy wave risers. Managed a project team of 25 engineers that included pipeline engineers, riser engineers, flow assurance engineers, designers, and project and document controllers. The team prepared field drawings and reviewed calculations of the existing 48-inch flowline. Also included procurement and inspection of all the project components. Managed a team of engineers and inspectors offshore during installation of pipelines.

Ravi Ramachandra

Nustar Energy

St Eustatius- Caribbean Sea, 2016, Detail design of two 36-inch Onshore and Offshore pipelines from the offshore SPM Buoy to the onshore terminal.


Abu Dhabi, 2015, The Upper Zakum (UZ) 750 project. Offshore and onshore pipelines in the Arabian Gulf.


Mozambique, 2013, Deep-water discovery off the town of Palma in the Cabo Delgado Province of Mozambique. Engineering of onshore and offshore LNG pipelines.

BHP Billiton Petroleum

Exmouth – Western Australia, 2009-11, Engineering consist of onshore and offshore 75km 20-inch diameter wet gas pipeline from offshore to an onshore gas plant.

NGC Trinidad

Trinidad, 2003, 56-inch Cross Island onshore pipeline project. Detailed engineering included shore approach and onshore routing of the 56-inch export pipeline, design of the pig launcher/receiver facilities, valve stations, expansion spools and manifold along the pipeline route across Beachfield to Point Fortin in Trinidad. This included the design of an anchor block for the 56-inch pipeline to reduce the pipeline expansion at the pig launcher/receiver facilities onshore.

Pemex E&P

Mexico, 1997-88, Pemex EPC 7 project. Detail engineering of the 36-inch gas pipeline consist of the landfall design, the design of the onshore and offshore pipeline and the onshore terminal piping design.

UK Continent Gas

UK, 1994, Engineering of the 38 and 40-inch interconnector pipeline from Bacton to Zeebrugge.  Carried out landfall routing, costing, and dredging volume calculations for Bacton and Zeebrugge landfalls.


Norway, 1994, Involved in the design of offshore, landfall, and onshore pipeline route to Calais and Dunkerque.  The work included pipeline routing, dredging, and trenching for pipeline protection and landfall construction.

Shiv Anand

Kuwait Oil Corporation

Burgan Oil Field, Kuwait, 2007, Detailed engineering for Wara Pressure Maintenance Project for the water injection pipelines and facilities


Tengiz Field, Kazakhstan, 2003, Detailed engineering a 40-inch diameter, 120 km long gas export pipeline, an 18-inch/24-inch diameter, 4.5 km long crude oil export pipeline and for the field development of the onshore Tengiz field with 90 pipelines for sour service, from 24-inch down to 2-inch diameter, total length of 370 km.

Venessia Petroleum

Malawi, 2007, Feasibility study for Malawi’s economic development by improving availability of refined fuel products through a new pipeline from Port of Beira, Mozambique, to Nsanje, Malawi.  The study considered the demand for refined fuel for Malawi in the next twenty years, identification of an optimum pipeline and terminal system, an estimate of the costs and the economic feasibility

US Trade & Development Authority / Concordia Petroliera Romania

Constantza in Romania, through Hungary and Slovenia, to Trieste in Italy, 2000, Researched and analysed petroleum and pipeline data for the feasibility study for the proposed 1375 km long, cross-country 38-inch/28-inch diameter crude oil pipeline from the Black Sea to the Adriatic Sea

Confidential Client

Central African country, 1999, Preliminary engineering for product storage and loading for propane and butane LPG and stabilised condensate facilities for a new export terminal.  

Otepi Foster Wheeler

Venezuela, 1999, Basic Engineering for an onshore diluted heavy crude gathering lines, 10-inch to 20-inch diameter from 72 well clusters, naphtha diluent distribution to the well clusters, 12-inch diameter naphtha import and 26-inch diameter diluted crude export pipelines, 21 km long.

Saudi Strategic Storage Project

Saudi Arabia, 1991-1994, Pipeline Systems between refineries and underground caverns for Strategic Storage of products at four locations.

Gas Authority of India

India, 1980s, Development of techno-economic feasibility studies, and engineering for onshore gas pipelines

Neal Prescott (Ensign Oil & Gas)



Alaska, 2015, Leader for pipeline team responsible for developing a high-level estimate and study involving, constructability and execution schedule for the Alternate Route Study for Shell Chukchi Field Development in the Chukchi Sea and onshore Alaska



Alaska, 2014, Leader for pipeline team responsible for developing a high-level estimate and study involving, constructability and execution schedule for the Primary Route Study for Shell Chukchi Field Development in the Chukchi Sea and onshore Alaska

Shah Gas Development,


UAE United Arab Emirates , 2011, Sr. Technical Adviser for a high-H2S & CO2 natural gas gathering pipeline and water jacketed heated molten sulphur pipelines, some 400-km of buried desert pipelines.



Florida-USA, 2002-2007, Technical Adviser for Permitting Support and Preliminary Engineering – on an onshore and offshore pipeline from Bahamas re-gas facility to Florida.  Pipeline includes a micro-tunnel to protect the reef environments on the shore approaches.


Iskateley Settlement, Russia, 2004, Technical Adviser for an Arctic crude loading terminal wherein cost saving alternatives for the terminal, pipeline and tankage were being considered to implement a fast track schedule to allow load out by the year 2007 for the Varandey Terminal.


Exxon Neftegas Ltd

Russia - Sakhalin Island, 2002, Project Sponsor and Technical Adviser for the conceptual design of the large diameter and high-pressure oil and gas export pipelines and large diameter full well stream flowline gathering system. Project included different gathering and export options to China, Russia, and Japan.


Mobil Oil Corp

Canada - Nova Scotia 1984 – 1986, Project Manager for Mobil Venture Development Project near Sable Island, Canada. Facilities included five offshore gas fields with associated drilling and production platforms. Included inter-field pipelines, 175-mile submarine gas transmission pipeline, 90 miles of onshore pipelines, shore-based slug facilities, a gas processing plant and marine product terminals. Responsible for a three-company consortium. This FEED study and preliminary engineering was for the first offshore production in Canadian waters.


UK, Norway and North Sea, 1981 – 1984, Engineering Manager for Statpipe Development Project covering engineering, procurement, construction management, and general services for an offshore gas gathering system in the Norwegian sector of the North Sea. Facilities included 550 miles of submarine pipeline (20" to 36") and onshore pipelines tying the Statfjord, Heimdal and Ekofisk platforms into a gas distribution network crossing the Norwegian Trench in water depths of 1,000 ft.  Both the British and Norwegian Sectors were utilized during this program.  This was the first pipeline in the world laid in 1,000-ft water depths.  Quality Control and Quality Assurance procedures were introduced into the Oil & Gas Sector in Europe and the North Sea to allow this project to be constructed. Two of the world’s largest corrosion coating and concrete weight coating plants were installed in Norway for this project.


Petroleum Authority of Thailand (PTT)

Thailand, 1978 – 1981, Branch Manager in Bangkok and Deputy Project Director for Petroleum Authority of Thailand Gas Development Project. Project consisted of financing, design and construction of a 32-inch, 275-mile offshore gas sales pipeline and a 24-inch, 75-mile onshore pipeline, dew point control facility, operations center, and tank farm. This included start-up and commissioning of the pipeline facilities.  Responsibilities were to assist in developing the Petroleum Authority of Thailand and training their initial engineers on this program. At the time, this was the world’s longest single segment pipeline project for offshore.  It still ranks as the only project successfully completed in Thailand ahead of schedule and under the $500 million budget.  


Ecuador, 1970, Project Engineer and Site Representative. Planned and executed field site investigation of onshore and offshore crude oil export terminal for Trans-Ecuadorian pipeline at Balao on the Pacific Coast. Mobilized and drilled for soil samples along pipeline route, conducting extensive oceanographic bathymetric, and meteorological surveys to determine site conditions for design and to establish onshore survey control and benchmarks for construction.

Trans Alaskan Pipeline System (TAPS),

Alaska, 1968 – 1969, Project Engineer and Site Representative for the initial site investigation for the marine terminal at Valdez for the design of the marine loading-terminal for the Trans Alaskan Pipeline System. Supervised the construction and up-grading of the Valdez city dock, which as designed to accept the first loads of pipe shipped from Japan for the Alaska Pipeline.



GARDEN BANKS 387 PROJECT DEVELOPMENT: Gulf of Mexico, 1994–1996, Responsible for the design and construction of subsea will tieback system to tieback 3 satellite wells 3-miles away to a 24 well subsea template. Flowline bundle consisted of six 10,000-psi flowlines insulated within a 28-inch carrier pipe with a control umbilical, pressure/temperature sensors, and ROV installed jumper connections. Fabricated on Matagorda Beach, Texas in full lengths and towed with PLEMS / PLETS up to 450-miles through water depths of up to 3,000-ft. including twin 12" OD export pipelines 54-miles in length with subsea tie-ins to a 24-well subsea template.
- 1st use of dual acoustic and wire-line measurement of subsea jumper tie-ins.
- 1st use of electrical sensors for pressure & temperature inside subsea pipeline bundle for monitoring health (asset integrity) of pipeline bundle in deep-water.


GARDEN BANKS 388 PROJECT DEVELOPMENT - 1993-1994. Responsible for the design and construction of all pipeline facilities related to the project and consisting of two 12 inch 54 mile oil and gas gathering pipelines connecting a 24 well subsea template and Floating Production Facility in a water depth of 2100 ft to a Shallow Water Facility platform in Eugene Island Block 315 in 250 ft of water depth. This also included an 8-inch Oil Sales Pipeline and a 12" Gas Sales Pipeline connecting to subsea tie-in points. The gathering lines are laid through 2,400 ft of water depth with a conventional flat-bottom S-lay barge for a world record for this type of installation. - Extended the 1st free-standing riser tower (Placid Oil) for use on Enserch Garden Banks project and supervised heat flow evaluation of riser resulting in modifications.



MISSISSIPPI CANYON 441 PROJECT DEVELOPMENT - 1990-1993. Responsible for the design and construction of two subsea bottom-towed pipeline bundles consisting of six flowlines and control umbilicals connecting two subsea production templates in water depths of 1,500 ft to a Shallow Water Facility in 450 ft of water depth. The two pipeline bundles were 22" in diameter and were 3 to 6 miles in length. The bundles were made-up on Matagorda Peninsula in the Gulf of Mexico and towed 450 miles through maximum water depths of 3,000 ft to the site and were connected by diverless connections in the deepwater section and by divers in the shallow water portion.



1988 – 1990, BELIDA GAS PROJECT IN INDONESIA - Was responsible for the initial site investigation, conceptual layout and design for the Singapore Strait Crossing from Batam Indonesia to Singapore of a 24-inch sales gas pipeline and a 250 mile 24-inch sales gas pipeline from the Natuna Sea. Interfaced with Singaporean government concerning connecting to the planned state-owned power plant.



1988 – 1990, JOLLIET GREEN CANYON BLOCK 184 PROJECT - Was responsible for management of design and construction contractors for the steel pipeline portion of the project located offshore Louisiana in the Gulf of Mexico in water depths to 1,400 ft. Supervised field installation of pipelines. Project consisted of installation of 10” ID flexible pipe in 1,800 ft of water depth from the TLP connecting to a junction manifold in 1,000 ft water depth and steel pipe to 14” OD from the junction manifold to a Shallow Water Facility. Junction manifold consisted of piggable wyes, ROV operated valves, and the first working dive to 1,000-ft water depths during the connection phase. Project consisted of a 30-mile oil export pipeline and subsea tie-ins.

- 1st Tension Leg Platform in Gulf of Mexico
- Deepest Pipelines in Gulf of Mexico (at the time)
- 1st Pipeline Tie-In Manifold to 1,000-ft Water Depth in Gulf of Mexico
- 1st Working Dive to 1,000-ft + Water Depth
- 1st ROV Installed Valve Operator in 1,000-ft Water Depth
- 1st Piggable Wye Pipeline Connection in Gulf of Mexico


Jim Lewis (Ensign Oil & Gas)

Alaska – Houston BP

Lead Engineer for the design of facilities for the development of the Prudhoe oil field – for BP stationed in Houston

Alaska – Prudhoe Bay

Resident Construction Manager – Civil, BP Stationed at Prudhoe Bay. In charge of all field development associated with the gathering system including the pipelines well heads and manifolding systems. Also responsible for all exploration construction both on and offshore.

Alaska – BP, Anchorage

Project Lead for the gathering system expansions. Responsible for the design of well connection packages.

Houston – Alaska Gas Pipeline

Project lead for the offshore section of the proposed Alaska gas pipeline. Responsible for the design and Pre-FEED of the offshore section of the McKenzie River route of the pipeline. 365 miles in the Arctic ocean.

Houston – Pt. Thompson Field development

Project Lead for the pre-FEED design of the gathering and shipping pipelines for the Pt. Thompson development on the North Slope of Alaska

Anchorage – Chukchi Sea, Shell

Project Lead on the conceptual design of the offshore sales pipeline for the Chukchi Sea development for Shell oil.

Houston – Williams Pipeline

Project lead for the pre-FEED design of the Texas/Mexico offshore gas sales pipeline. 365 miles along the Eastern shore of Mexico. Texas to Tuxpan

Houston – Spectra Energy

Project Lead on the offshore design of the sales gas pipeline to the Prince Rupert terminal. The route was through a fjord and located in deep water rocky terrain.

Houston – Fluor Ice LNG Port

Project Lead for a revolutionary Arctic port. The port would service all types of marine activities

Gordon Aaker (Ensign Oil & Gas)

Shell Oil Company (Land Base)

Engineering & Project Management support while serving as Shell’s resident representative at Jacobs, Worley Parsons, Mustang Engineering, CBI Engineering, and Technip.

Projects include:  Permian Basin - Gather Lines, Eagle Ford - Gather and DOT Transmission Lines, Arrowhead - Gather Lines, Arrowhead - Gather Lines, Swann - Cross Country, Westward Ho - Cross Country- 36 in by 285 miles, Penguin - Gather Lines, Par - Loading Lines - multiple offshore, Cardinal - Transmission line 24 in by 185 miles, Tigris -Gather Lines.

TECHNIP/R J BROWN (Subsea – Gulf of Mexico)

Engineering & Project Management support on conventional subsea pipelines and pipeline bundles in the Gulf of Mexico.

Projects include: Garden Banks 254 - ENSERCH-Sales line Gulf of Mexico, Garden Banks 387 - ENSERCH-Sales line Gulf of Mexico, Garden Banks 388 – ENSERCH, Mississippi Canyon, Ewing Block 914 – FLEXTREND, Boovang Nansen, WILLIAMS- Gather lines Gulf of Mexico, Trokia        BP, Blind Faith – CHEVRON, Devil’s Tower – WILLIAMS.

SBM and Mooring – The Jukes Group

SBM and Mooring – The Jukes Group

SBM and Mooring – The Jukes Group

SBM and Mooring – The Jukes Group

SBM and Mooring – The Jukes Group