Grayum Davis is a technically competent manager with outstanding project management, design, development, and troubleshooting experience. He is known as an analytical and systematic problem solver, who responds well to difficult challenges. Grayum is an excellent negotiator with good communication skills, who successfully coordinates various disciplines when managing projects. He has lived overseas and travelled extensively. His management background includes subsea production field development/expansion planning and execution, recruiting, motivation and supervision; vendor/client negotiations and relations; budgeting, forecasting, and cost control; purchasing and material control; and managing client/marketing/manufacturing interfaces.
Grayum is experienced in subsea production systems design, original design pressure-handling equipment, design analysis, design/project management, valve forensic analysis, product management (coordinating engineering, manufacturing, and sales), technical services, operations management, R & D management, field troubleshooting, and materials and coating technology research. He has worked with subsea trees, chokes, controls, ball valves, gate valves; hydraulic, pneumatic, and manual actuators; control systems, blowout preventers, drilling riser components, pipeline subsea repair systems, and subsea connection hardware. Products used in oil & gas production and refining, chemical, power, food processing, and mining industries with services from WOG to severe high pressure/temperature and abrasives.
Masters of Business Administration, Finance and Management, University of Houston – Houston, Texas
Masters of Science, Mechanical Engineering, Texas A&M University – College Station, Texas
Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering, Texas A&M University – College Station, Texas