Brian comes to Turner, Mason & Company (TM&C) with a varied background, strong in project management, scheduling, and execution; market research and analysis; crude oil and feedstock valuation; LP Modeling, refinery planning, and budgeting. He earned a B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering from Texas A&M University and an MBA from Rice University in Houston, TX.
Brian was employed by Wood Group Mustang (formerly Mustang Engineering) in Houston, TX, where he served as Project Manager / Project Engineer. He led a team of 40 plus engineers, designers, and support staff on key strategic international projects. Brian engineered offshore platforms, CO2 injection facilities, pipelines, shale oil gathering systems and refineries.
At Marathon Petroleum Corporation/Tesoro Corporation/Tesoro Logistics in Salt Lake City, UT, he worked as the Refinery Feedstock Acquisition Coordinator / Sr. Planning Engineer where he identified $22MM in crude oil supply improvement projects and led a due diligence trip managing integration for Tesoro’s $2.5B acquisition of QEPFS.
At Sinclair Oil Corporation in Salt Lake City, UT, he served as an Economics and Planning Engineer performing weekly and monthly performance reports. He ran LP Model to provide economic basis for projects and for short- and long-term planning decisions, including $3MM in projects to increase refinery production through hydrotreating and bypass blending.
Brian is bringing to TM&C a wide variety of expertise in many areas of the oil and gas industry.