• Engineering Management
  • Project Development & Management
  • Energy Infrastructure
  • Transportation Systems
  • Water Reticulation Infrastructure
  • Alternative Energy
  • Information and Communication Technology

Glenvin is an MBA graduate and registered Professional Engineer (Pr.Eng) as well as a registered Project Manager (MAPM) with over 18 years’ experience in the design, execution and project management of major capital projects.

His career started at Africon Engineering International, a world leader in consultancy services. It was here that Glenvin gained a wide range of experience in the energy sector, oil & gas industry, industrial processes of water supply and waste-water treatment plants. Whilst working at Africon, he worked on several projects in Africa and the Middle East.V In July 2005, Glenvin was appointed as a Professional Engineer with the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) and in April 2006 he joined Kellogg Brown & Root International, a world leader in Engineering, Procurement and Construction management as part of the engineering team for onshore/offshore oil and gas projects. As part of the Global Discipline Leadership Team (GDLT) at KBR, Glenvin provided support to the global projects team that operated in several countries. During this time he worked on projects in Turkey, Kazakhstan, UK and Nigeria.

In 2008, he joined ExxonMobil Production Company to work in Russia as part of the Engineering team. His role on this project was the responsibility for the management of the electrical system for all ExxonMobil Production Sites in Russia. In 2012 he was transferred to ExxonMobil Angola as a consultant for the engineering teams to resolve issues experienced on the Production Platforms. In 2013 he was transferred to Chad/Cameroon for a short-term project that required expert advice in power generation. After this short term assignment he was moved to Papua New Guinea to provide engineering support for the start-up of new operations for an LNG Gas Plant. In 2014 he started up Veritas to address the shortage of Energy Consultants in the South African market.

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