PDHonline Course Provider Biography
Mr. Campbell is a graduate of Texas A&M University and LeTourneau University, and a licensed Professional Engineer in several States. Mr. Campbell began his Engineering career in 1979 and since then has gained significant experience in the Natural Gas and related Energy Industries in the detailed design and fabrication of Gas Processing Equipment; Field Erection and Construction; and decades of Operation of Natural Gas facilities and Pipeline Industry. Mr. Campbell is considered an expert in all things Sour Gas (H2S/ other sulfurs/CO2), Dehydrations, NGL Recovery including Cryogenic Processes, Fractionation, Stabilization, Pipelining, and the like. With his over 40 years in the Energy Industry performing ALL phases of asset life cycle, from Project Engineer to Manager of Business Development, including the complete cycle of Conceptual/ Facility/ Equipment Design and Fabrication, to Field Design Engineering, to Startup and long term Operations, to Shut down, mothballing, and relocations. He has been involved in more than 150 amine treaters, hundreds of dehydration systems, 15 SRUs, several AGI systems, over 75 cryogenic expanders, numerous fractionators, Offshore Process Units, and many more natural or refinery related process units in all aspects.