Asset & Integrity Management Business Stream Leader
Allison is the discipline lead for integrity and asset management within subsea and pipeline projects.
Allison graduated with a Bachelor of Engineering (Materials Engineering) and Bachelor of Commerce (Management & Marketing). Her 15 years of experience in Australia, Indonesia and Thailand crosses a broad spectrum of roles with consultants, operators and instillation contractors; which has translated into an appreciation of challenges faced by each organisation. Allison’s area of speciality is in the Brownfields and integrity management of subsea and pipeline systems; in particular the development, implementation and execution of inspection, monitoring, maintenance, and repair (IMMR) programs for concept through to execution. She is a Chartered Professional Engineer and on the register of Professional Engineers in Queensland, Australia.
Sitting on the Chartered Professional Engineering Panel as an interviewer for the Oil and Gas Industry, Allison’s industry involvement doesn’t stop there. As a promoter of new talent, Allison works with the Young Engineers Australia Association; helping to educate the next generation. Working in a predominantly male dominated industry and recognising the opportunities, challenges and diversity which engineering has bestowed on her own career, Allison is a promoter of Women in Engineering. Allison devotes her own time for individual mentoring and coaching to young female engineers who are a member of the Women in Engineering Association.
- 2014, “Joint Industry Project on Pipeline Shoreline and Waterway Crossings”, OPT, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
- 2013, “In-Line Inspection Programs for Corroded Pipelines”, ACA Corrosion and Prevention Conference, Brisbane, Australia
- 2013, “The Complexity of a Subsea Pipeline Repair Operation”, Australia Oil & Gas Conference, Perth, Australia
- 2012, “Subsea Pipeline Repair Challenges in Australia”, Deep Offshore Technology, Perth, Australia
- 2012, “Subsea Pipeline Repair Challenges in the Australasian Region”, ISOPE, Rhodes, Greece
- 2010, “How to Handle your Pipeline Data”, World Pipelines Magazine Publication
- 2000, “Physical Modelling of Transfer Chutes – Case Studies Application in Bulk Materials Handling”, BULKEX2000 Conference, Melbourne, Australia
- 2000, “Australian Innovation Solves Age-Old Problem”, Bulk Solids Handling
- 2000, “Improving Flow through Transfer Points”, Engineers Australia
- 2000, “Physical Modelling of Chutes – A Practical Tool for Optimising Conveyor Performance”, Improving Conveyor Performance