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Jimmy N Breaux is a consultant engineer working for Shell International Exploration and Production as well as an instructor for John M. Campbell & Co. He has more than 30 years experience in the oil and gas industry. He is currently working as Topsides Lead Engineer for a 120,000 BOPD FPSO in West Africa. He is responsible for Process, Mechanical, Instrumentation, and Rotating Equipment Engineering deliverables. Also Mr. Breaux is the Topsides Lead Engineer for design and installation of a 45 MMscfd Gas Lift Compressor and for a Waterflood Expansion project on a Gulf of Mexico TLP. This project is in the pre approval system selection phase. The expansion will involve addition of a 2nd gas turbine driven waterflood pump for 45,000 BWPD @ 5,000 psi discharge. His previous responsibilities include Topsides Manager for the Auger TLP in the Gulf of Mexico and leading the debottlenecking team for this facility. He was the API RP 2G Chairman 1991-1993 and headed a rewrite committee for offshore firefighting systems. He received a B. S. in Physics from Loyola University of New Orleans and a M. S. in Electrical Engineering from Tulane University. He is a Registered Professional Engineer in the State of Louisiana and a member of SPE.
Gas Conditioning and Processing - G-4