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Mr Roy Robinson

Global P&C Mgr - Development

I am an offshore development project specialist with broad knowledge of the technical and commercial aspects. Have held leading roles in many areas including evaluation, contracting, management, and engineering.

experience

Global Contracts and Purchasing Manager  
Repsol, January 2013 to Present

Coordination of upstream development, production, and non-operated project contracts and purchasing activities for Repsol Exploration.

Project Manager  
Repsol, July 2008 to December 2012

I was the Project Manager for the Montanazo & Lubina Project tie-back to Casablanca platform.

Project Engineer  
Repsol YPF, October 2004 to July 2008

Project Lead for Gulf of San Jorge, Argentina exploration project

Pipeline Consultant through JPK  
Petrobras, January 1995 to January 1997

Pipeline design and studies for Campos Basin Fiber Optic Cable Installation procedures Deepwater Pipeline Repair Study

Pipeline Engineer  
JP Kenny, January 1990 to January 2004

Engineering of large diameter offshore deepwater pipelines Cathodic Protection Route and Site Surveys Lead in development of and/or testing of various Company Softwares

education

Heriot-Watt University  
Master of Business Administration (MBA), None, Jan, 2004 to Jan, 2007


Texas A&M University - Galveston  
Bachelor Of Science, Marine Engineering, Aug, 1987 to Jun, 1989


publications

Oman India Pipeline: Development of Design Methods for Hydrostatic Collapse in Deep Water'     
Published by (Offshore Pipeline Technology Conference)
Authors: Robinson Roy, Tam C. Raven P. . Stensgaard T. Al-Sharif R. and Preston R..  Published January 01, 1996

Paper details the methods used to calculate the wall thickness required to resist collapse in 3000m of water by DSAW pipe.

Assessment of Operational Risk for North Atlantic Pipeline     
Published by (Offshore Magazine)
Authors: Robinson Roy, P. German.  Published February 01, 1998

Details the iceberg risk to gas pipelines off the coast of Newfoundland.

Design Challenges of a 48-inch Pipeline Subsea Manifold     
Published by (OTC 2003)
Authors: Robinson Roy.  Published May 04, 2003

Paper details the design, construction, and installation of the BOMBAX Pipeline manifold for the 48-inch diameter gas pipeline system which weigh 400ton and was 50 ft by 50 ft x 25 ft.

OMC 2009 Paper 024: The Economic Impact of Early Production Planning (EPP) On Offshore Frontier Deve     
Published by (Offshore Med Conference 2009)
Authors: Robinson Roy.  Published June 02, 2009

Study of the value of time to project economics.