J. Mark Landrum, P.E.
Mark Landrum has over 40 years of experience in the US and abroad in plant operations, project management, project engineering, construction management, process/facilities engineering, process technology licensing, and oil & gas facility commissioning. His expertise includes technical safety and loss control engineering, process engineering for processing facilities, pipeline transportation of oil and gas, topsides process and utility systems for fixed offshore platforms and floating production systems, natural gas processing and treating, material handling processes, and synthesis gas conversion technologies. He has related experience in natural gas liquefaction, crude oil and refined products, gas-to-liquids (GTL), coal-to-liquids (CTL), power/ cogeneration, renewable fuels, processing/treating, syngas conversion, underground gas storage, catalyst metals recovery, supply chain logistics, and petrochemicals production. Mr. Landrum’s consulting engagements for clients have involved accident investigations, root cause analyses, feasibility studies, technology assessments, market analyses, project evaluations, contract audits, due diligence reviews for oil and gas asset acquisitions, field development and optimization studies, and construction disputes. Mr. Landrum has served as lead technical expert with claims amounts ranging from $250,000 to over $200 million. Mr. Landrum previously has been a partner or principal at four consulting firms. Prior to his work with Synergen Consulting, Mr. Landrum also managed a small exploration and production enterprise called Syntroleum Gas Resources Company. While at the parent firm, Syntroleum Corporation, he worked to commercialize advanced gas processing technologies as both a lead process engineer and business development manager on offshore floating production systems and onshore projects with emphasis on gas monetization and associated natural gas flaring reduction. Earlier in his career, Mr. Landrum worked for several oil and gas production and transportation companies, including affiliates of Delhi Gas Pipeline and Sun Oil Company. His operations experience includes CO2 removal/injection at a large enhanced oil recovery project in West Texas. Mr. Landrum has testified in courts in the U.S. and Canada, as well as US and international arbitration proceedings. Mr. Landrum holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from Texas A&M University and a Master’s in Business Administration from the University of Texas at Dallas.