Daniel graduated from the University of Bath in 2009 with a MEng in Mechanical Engineering. During his final year project, he investigated the instability modes of vehicle trailers and, in particular, the effect of the towing vehicle’s parameters on system stability.
After graduating from university, Daniel joined an offshore oil and gas engineering consultancy. As a pipeline design engineer, Daniel gained experience of a wide array of both onshore and offshore oil and gas projects. Most notably, he was involved in the design of retrofitted riser clamps for North Sea platforms, assisted with the development of a multinational company’s integrity management system, and performed a feasibility study to determine the viability of converting existing offshore infrastructure for carbon capture and storage. He also wrote and expanded upon several training course books used extensively within the industry.
Continuing his work as a pipeline design engineer, Daniel later joined a leading offshore oil and gas contractor where he worked on projects all over the world, ranging from offshore Nigeria to the Sea of Okhotsk, offshore Russia.
Daniel joined Kilburn & Strode in 2012 as a technical assistant in the Engineering group.