Gary L. Wieland

Principal Consultant / P.E. / Houston

Background

Mr. Wieland holds a B.S in Mechanical Engineering and has extensive experience in the operation, design and project management of a wide variety of petroleum and petroleum products facilities including pumping stations, product terminals, large storage tanks, and pipelines, both onshore and offshore. 

His background and knowledge includes all aspects of operations, pipeline hydraulics, design, construction, measurements, quality control, emergency response, operations, cathodic protection, project management, and DOT compliance plus a sound understanding of economic analysis, contracts, tariffs, and business development.

Mr. Wieland has been responsible for engineering, design, and construction of offshore and onshore pipelines, pump stations, large API storage tanks, large product stations/manifolds, asphalt storage/loading terminals, convenience stores, product terminals with loading racks, truck stops, carbon dioxide pipelines, PD and turbine meter facilities, and subsea inspection and repair of offshore subsea pipelines.  He also was a member of Marathon’s Corporate Emergency Response group during his last 10 years of employment and was the Incident Commander on several crude oil and product release responses and cleanup projects.

Education and Certifications 

• Mechanical Engineering, B.S.: University of Wyoming
• Program for Management Development: Harvard Business School
• Registered Professional Engineer: Illinois, Texas, and Wyoming