Tulsa, OK (April 13, 2016) – Audubon Field Solutions, a global pipeline and field services company, is pleased to announce that Jerry Gump, P.E. joined the team as Director of Pipeline Engineering. He brings over three decades of management, consulting, and business development experience in the oil & gas industry. Mr. Gump will be based in Tulsa, OK, where he will focus on further developing Audubon Field Solutions’ pipeline services initiatives for routing, right of way (ROW), engineering, survey, mapping, and inspection in the midstream sector. His experience also includes natural gas liquids (NGLs), crude oil, condensate, natural gas processing plants, compressor stations, pipelines, and metering.
“The wealth of pipeline expertise that Jerry brings to our organization is outstanding, and I have no doubt that his talents will strengthen and expand Audubon Field Solutions’ current offerings to our clients,” said Bryan McDonald, President of Audubon Field Solutions.
Gump also expressed his excitement about joining the Tulsa-based company. “It’s always great to be a part of such a dynamic team of individuals. Given Audubon Field Solutions’ record of excellence, I’m proud to have the opportunity to contribute to that legacy.”
Gump earned a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from Texas A&M University and attended Southern Methodist University’s Cox School of Business. He continues to actively serve in several industry organizations, such as American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE), and is currently the Chairman of Technical Section A – Facilities Design & Optimization of the GPA Midstream Association.
About Audubon Field Solutions:
Audubon Field Solutions provides field and pipeline services to the global oil & gas, petrochemical and refining, transmission and power generation markets. We support, consult, validate and manage the execution of turnkey onshore and offshore project solutions on time and within budget. Our reputation is centered on creating innovative field and integrated pipeline solutions to reduce operational costs and maximize investment returns.