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Chris Yoxall

Chris is a Senior Executive Vice President of the ROSEN Group and is presently based in Houston, Texas. He has over 20 years’ of experience in asset integrity management including legal, technical, and contractual management primarily in the Oil and Gas Industry sector. Over this period, Chris has worked throughout Africa, Australasia, Asia, China and North America and remains globally actively involved participating in Standards and Committees, including Research and Development. He spends part of his time lecturing to industry and is a passionate advocate in the leadership development of future industry professionals.

Chris studied both mechanical and metallurgical engineering in South Africa and was certified in the USA as a Bachelor of Science in Engineering Management. Chris is also a member of the APGA RSC Executive.

Chris is presently involved in long term strategic management and over the last decade has held a number of senior management positions, with the most recent including;

General Manager, ROSEN Australia Pty Ltd
Executive Vice President, ROSEN Asia Pacific
Senior Executive Vice President, ROSEN USA, Middle and Central America’s


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CEO's Update May 2018

CEO's Update May 2018

31-05-18

The Energy Pipelines CRC team has continued to work over May to deliver key outcomes of research projects as well as work on new project proposals tha …

Registrations Open for June 2018 Energy Pipelines CRC/APGA RSC Research Seminar in Sydney

Registrations Open for June 2018 Energy Pipelines CRC/APGA RSC Research Seminar in Sydney

31-05-18

The next Energy Pipelines CRC/ APGA RSC Seminar will be held on the 27th June 2018 at the Sydney Stamford Plaza, Sydney Airport.

Research Update May 2018

Research Update May 2018

31-05-18

A number of projects still continue through all programs of Energy Pipelines CRC Research.

New Research Reports May 2018

New Research Reports May 2018

31-05-18

An overview of recent Energy Pipelines CRC Research Reports in May 2018.

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