Pete Worman has thirty six years of engineering, management, and operations experience in the upstream oil & gas, light industrial and aeronautical industries, of which 22 years were direct oil industry experience and 14 years were in U.S. Government service. His most recent experience has been as a manager of projects for an independent international oil and gas E&P Operator. He has also served as a Senior Vice President of SURF for a global engineering consulting company as well as General Manager for an offshore construction company, responsible for a large team with numerous projects and clients. Additionally he has been: the Vice President of Engineering for a major oil field products and services company with plants in the US, UK and Brazil; the leader of a worldwide specialized group of Subsea engineers for Chevron; the Subsea Project Manager for a $650 million major capital project for Chevron; and Subsea Controls System Engineer and Project Manager for a record breaking deepwater Gulf of Mexico development for BP.
Bachelor of Liberal Studies in Physics
Mary Washington University, Fredericksburg, Virginia
Associate of Science – Electrical & Electronics Technology
Germanna Community College, Fredericksburg, Virginia
• USPTO Patent Application; #20100252300 – Shielded Subsea Power Cable, 2010.
• USPTO Patent Application; #20090120632 – Deepwater Dynamic Power Umbilical, 2006.
• USPTO Patent #7,971,651 – Shaped Memory Alloy Actuator, 2006.
• USPTO Patent #6,588,980 – Underwater Cable Deployment System; 2003.