Our Leadership Team
Blair Ferguson – Director
Blair Ferguson has over 18 years' experience in the oil and gas industry in Trinidad and Tobago. He has qualifications in Process Plant Operations, Natural Gas Technology, Project Management and numerous energy related disciplines and competencies.
Blair Ferguson holds directorships in the following companies:
- Kenson School of Production Technology
- Dyronx Engineering Ltd
- Kenson Group of Companies
- Energy Chamber of Trinidad & Tobago
Wade A Hamilton - Director
Wade Anthony Hamilton is a Trinidadian Registered Engineer with the Board of Engineering Trinidad & Tobago and a member of the Association of Profession Engineers of Trinidad & Tobago. He earned an Executive Masters of Business Administration at The University of the West Indies Institute of Business Trinidad in 2000 and his Bachelor of Engineering in Chemical Engineering at the Technical University Nova Scotia Canada in 1983.
He has 32 years experience in the energy sector in Trinidad & Tobago in the management and development of major capital infrastructure projects both onshore and offshore. He is now a consultant in private practice after retiring for the National Gas Company in October 2014.
He joined the National Energy Corporation in 1983 as a process engineer for the startup, commissioning and operations of the country’s first locally owned Methanol and Urea plants. At the NEC he was actively involved in undertaking technical and economic evaluations for new energy based projects. He joined the National Gas Company of Trinidad & Tobago 1990 as Engineer in the engineering services division moving on up through the organization over the years in the area of Offshore Operations in the management of the Offshore Compression Operation, Business Development and Light Industrial Commercial Marketing. During his tenure at the NGC he was actively involved in the development of the country first LNG Plant at Point Fortin. He has also worked on many technical studies such as the initiative for the development of an Ethylene and a Gas to liquids Complex, the expansion of the NGL processing facility in Trinidad, LNG for Jamaica and compressed gas (CNG) to the Caribbean.
He was the Vice President Technical Services from 2005 to 2014under who’s stewardship saw the development of the94 km North Eastern36 inch offshore pipeline, the Tobago12 inch pipeline and onshore receiving facility, the20,000 bbl/ day liquid fuel pipeline and gantry loading facility at Frederick Settlement Caroni and the Phoenix Park Valve Station upgrade to a two(2) billion cubic feet per day carrying capacity.
Has had several articles published and has presented a number of papers locally and internationally. He has served on the Board of American Chamber of Commerce Trinidad & Tobago and several local committees for the development of the energy sector of Trinidad & Tobago.
Curtis Mohammed - Director
Curtis Mohammed has 32years of experience in project Engineering/Management.
Curtis Mohammed professional roles include:
- Vice President, Projects – Juniper – BP GPO
- Vice President, Developments – BP Trinidad GPO
- General Manager – Cannonball – DPU, BP Trinidad & Tobago
- Pipeline Operations Delivery Manager, East Business Unit, BP TT (EBU)
- Chief Operator, Pipeline Operations, EBU
- Staff Facilities Engineer, Amoco Trinidad Oil Co
- Project Engineer, Phoenix Park Gas Processors
Lance Dowrich - Director
Lance Dowrich is an educational manager who is results-oriented and committed to planning and high standards of quality. He possesses a foundation in Industrial Management and has 21 years experience in Quality Management, Human Resource Management, Organizational and Human Resource Development, and Training, Assessment and Curriculum Development.
He has earned the following qualifications:
- Master of Business Administration
- Executive Diploma in School Management and Leadership
- Postgraduate Diploma in Education
- BSc. in Industrial Management
- Certificates in Assessment and Internal Verification
- Certificates in Lead Auditing and Internal Quality Auditing