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Vol. 15, No. 38 Week of September 19, 2010
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry

Arctic Directory: Teeter to head engineering group at AES

ASRC Energy Services said May 4 it is pleased to announce further growth to its engineering and construction division by welcoming industry expert Steve Teeter, P.E., MBA. Teeter will serve as the technical authority for the mechanical engineering group. He is a registered professional engineer with more than 34 years of design and engineering experience, which includes nine years on the Gulf Coast and 25 years working on projects and studies associated with North Slope oil fields. Teeter is highly experienced in applying ASME, API and other industry standards to a wide array of projects and performed numerous studies, stress analyses and specification-related efforts throughout his career. He was responsible for decisions, recommendations and designs encompassing major aspects of piping and mechanical equipment at all BP Exploration (Alaska) North Slope facilities when he worked for BP. Before joining AES, Teeter worked for NANA WorleyParsons. He has held various positions in the chemical and oil and gas industries encompassing areas such as design, maintenance and facility engineering and project management.



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