Dallas started his career in 1991. Over the years he has held progressively responsible positions working in the EPC environment and working directly for Operating Oil and Gas companies.
Areas of expertise include field compression, sour gas plants, sulfur plants, SAGD central facilities, power projects, and remote modularized facility installations. Duties have included project management, mechanical engineering, cold climate design, systems engineering, project management & engineering procedure development, technical specification development, equipment specification & selection, procurement, construction, commissioning, and field facility development planning.
Dallas has completed various plant and field projects including well pads, pipelines, compressor stations, and power generation stations as well as large grassroots facilities with values up to $800 MM.
Dallas completed a degree in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Alberta in 1991 and is a registered member in Alberta and British Columbia.