Christine holds a PhD in Chemical Engineering and has over 35 years experience in the energy and petrochemical industry, specifically in front end concept engineering, process design and multi-disciplinary engineering management.
Christine holds a PhD in Chemical Engineering from the University of Leeds (UK) and is a Chartered Engineer. She has 35 years’ experience in the energy and petrochemical industry, specifically in front-end concept engineering, process design and multi-disciplinary engineering management. Christine was a member of the Group Management team of Sasol (Executive Manager Engineering) and has held several directorships.
She has been involved in the front-end development & design of many of Sasol’s plants, as well as the PetroSA GTL plant in Mossel Bay, South Africa. She started up and led Sasol’s Concept Development function for more than 10 years, accountable for prefeasibility and feasibility studies on Sasol’s capital projects. Christine was on the Joint Steering Committee of the Sasol China CTL project through prefeasibility & feasibility as well as playing a pivotal role in early development of Sasol’s GTL projects (Oryx, Canada, USA etc).
Christine’s areas of expertise include:
- Group Management (of Sasol Group of Companies)
- Business Management
- Strategy Development
- New Business Development
- Project Concept Development (prefeasibility & feasibility) and Process Development and Design
- GTL and CTL technologies and flowsheets
- Project framing and scope development
- Multi-discipline engineering management.
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