Graham has extensive international experience of ultra large project development and operations in the Oil, Gas and Renewables sectors. This experience includes international assignments to Alaska, the North Sea, the Middle East and to BP’s Corporate Head Office in London.
Operating at Vice President level for a number of years, Graham retired as Chief Engineer of BP’s global upstream exploration and production business in 2010. With a career spanning over 40 years he was subsequently appointed as an Advisor to the UK Government Cabinet Office as an approved Reviewer of high risk, high capital government projects.
With significant safety case and organisational behaviour experience he has undertaken assignments with many of the leading National Oil Companies and independent oil and gas companies around the world, and has worked with clients including Schlumberger, Boston Consulting Group, Goldman Sachs, Centrica, Nabarro and KUFPEC.
After retiring from BP, Graham ran his own consultancy specialising in risk management, project management, capability development and M&A due diligence before joining Hydrock.
With Hydrock, Graham was the Chair of the Independent Review Group responsible to Government for the independent verification of the decommissioning derogation case for the Dunlin Alpha Platform in the North Sea.