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BP project engineer speaks to Shorter students on ANWR, Alaskan environment
Weiler has a bachelors and masters degree in chemical engineering from the Colorado School of Mines. He also earned a Masters of Business Administration from Alaska Pacific University. He has worked for BP for more than 25 years, beginning in Sohio Research at the Warrensville Production Research Laboratory in suburban Cleveland, Ohio. After a short assignment in the technology planning department in Houston, Texas, Weiler relocated to BP's Anchorage, Alaska, office. In Anchorage, Weiler had assignments in reservoir engineering, business planning and facility engineering.
In 2001, Weiler transferred to Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, where he currently works a two-week on, two-week off rotation on the North Slope of Alaska. His initial slope assignment was as the field operations team leader, supervising well operators on half of the Prudhoe Bay field. In 2004, Weiler moved into projects engineering and is currently coordinating the commissioning and start up of new pipelines and supporting facilities.
Weiler is the husband of Shorter College Music Professor Dr. Sherri Weiler. During the year they divide their time between Alaska, Georgia, and Florida.
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