In its first three years (2009, 2010, and 2011) the conference established a solid reputation within the process engineering community, attracting between 340 and 400 participants each year.
This year, with the venue moved from Galveston to the mainland, the conference is expected to be even bigger and better, with more regional participation from the largest concentration of petroleum refining, chemical processing, engineering and technology firms in the U.S. You don’t want to miss it.
As Director of the Compliance & Enforcement Division of the Texas Board of Professional Engineers, Mr. Clark manages the day-to-day operations of the division to include policy advisory opinions, compliance reviews of continuing education audits, seal imprint approvals, investigations of enforcement cases against violators, and providing outreach programs to educate the public and licensed engineers on engineering matters pertaining to the Board and the Engineering Practice Act.
Before joining the State of Texas, Mr. Clark worked in private industry as an Electrical Engineer with...
James entered the petrochemical industry in 1981, as an associate engineer for The BF Goodrich chemical division, following his master’s degree studies at the University of Wisconsin.
Since that time he has held positions in engineering, technology, plant management and corporate leadership. In 2005 James left the PolyOne organization (formally BF Goodrich) and accepted the Site Manager position for Dianal America; a wholly owned subsidiary of Mitsubishi Chemical.
James is currently chairman of The East Harris County Manufacturing Association and serves on various boards in the...