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Gavin Hancock

Development Planner and Asset Manager
Gavin is a highly experienced Petroleum Engineer and Rockflow project manager for Field Development Planning and asset operations. Gavin has expertise in development Feasibility screening, Concept Assess and Select activities in combination with strong asset management, project management and operations management skills.

Gavin has wide ranging leadership experience through the project lift-cycle from appraisal to production and operations management. He has managed large teams of local and expat staff / contractors and lead significant upstream projects through the Field Development Planning, execution and operations phases.

Gavin has over twenty-five years of industry experience with a major service company, major and minor operators and in consultancy and has extensive onshore and offshore projects and operations experience in the Middle East, USA, Europe, Russia & FSU, Africa and the UK.

Gavin is a Chartered Petroleum Engineer and member of the Energy Institute. He holds an HND in Mechanical Engineering, A BEng in Mineral Resource Engineering and an MSc in Petroleum Engineering from Imperial College London. Prior to working in the oil industry, Gavin completed a full five year ‘hands on’ engineering apprenticeship.

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