Highlights of the draft ISO standard 15257 on Cathodic Protection Certification and Comparison with the NACE CP Certification Process
Paul Nichols has over 40 years of experience in the oil and gas business in various pipeline engineering capacities and as a corrosion, materials and integrity engineer for Shell Oil Company and El Paso Pipeline Company. He has been a member of NACE for 29 years and has served on numerous technical and administrative task groups, is a past chair of STG 35 and a past member of the TCC. He also served as the chair of the NACE Education CP sub-committee, is currently on the NACE Institute Specialty Board on Pipeline Certifications and is an instructor of several NACE CP and Pipeline Integrity courses. Paul is currently one of the USA’s representatives on the ISO TC 156 / Work Group 10, which is developing an international standard on the competence requirements for people that work in the field of cathodic protection.
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