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David Norman

David Norman has had an extensive history in the international oil and gas industry which brings him to the Energy Pipelines CRC as Chief Executive Officer. David holds degrees in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering from Melbourne University and has completed a Masters of Business Administration (MBA).

He worked for Royal Dutch Shell for over 21 years in an array of commercial, managerial & technical roles, both in Australia and globally. His most recent role was General Manager of LNG for Transport delivering a visionary new fuel for the trucking, marine and mining industries using locally sourced natural gas as a substitute for existing diesel fuel. Prior to this position, he was the Business Development & Strategy Manager within Shell Downstream Australia, leading a cross business team focused on analysing, planning and delivering future growth developments for Shell from a market, industry and customer perspective.

Prior experience in various roles at Shell included Supply Chain Optimisation Manager for Australia and New Zealand, Capital Investment Planning Manager for Manufacturing sites throughout the Asia/Pacific region, Plant Manager of the Luboil/Bitumen Complex at Geelong refinery and various engineering roles at Clyde refinery in Sydney and Newport Terminal in Melbourne.

He is a member of Engineers Australia and the Australian Institute of Energy.

David has a passion for facilitating relationships between research and industry partners and sees the long term benefit. In his role as Chief Executive Officer of the Energy Pipelines CRC, David is responsible for ensuring the long term success of the organisation well into the next decade and to continue its support of the broader pipeline industry.


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CEO's Update July 2018

CEO's Update July 2018

31-07-18

The highlight for this month was the 8th and final Energy Pipelines CRC Research Conference.

Final Research Conference Celebrates  Legacy and Achievements

Final Research Conference Celebrates Legacy and Achievements

31-07-18

The final Energy Pipelines CRC Research Conference was held from the 9th-10th July 2018 at Waurn Ponds Estate Geelong.

Seven New Projects To Commence

Seven New Projects To Commence

31-07-18

Project information is available on the Energy Pipelines CRC Website Members' Area.

APGA/ACA Pipeline Corrosion  Management Technical Seminar

APGA/ACA Pipeline Corrosion Management Technical Seminar

31-07-18

The joint APGA/ACA Technical Conference was well attended with many informative sessions.

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