LBBC Baskerville teams up with University of Leeds on KTP
LBBC Baskerville teams up with The University of Leeds on a KTP project
LBBC Baskerville, autoclave manufacturers in Leeds, have teamed up with The University of Leeds on a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) project. The project will look at the opportunity to develop a range of innovative high pressure autoclave incorporating, continuous, real-time monitoring of the corrosion process being investigated within the vessel.
Danny Burkle who will be leading the project, holds a Masters degree in Mechanical Engineering and is about to complete a PhD in oilfield corrosion from The University of Leeds. Danny has 4 years’ experience in the oil & gas and steel industries working on a range of projects with BP, Petrofac and Tata Steel Projects. He is a member of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.
Robert Pickard, Director said “We are pleased to be working with the University of Leeds again on our second KTP project. Danny is a great addition to the team and will lead the project to develop Baskerville products to meet the future needs of those involved in corrosion testing”