Marc Nathan

Mechanical Engineer

Marc has extensive experience designing, building, testing, and operating complex mechanical, electrical, and thermal-fluid systems.

He has frequently led interdisciplinary teams of engineers, technicians, and laborers, and is equally comfortable with office work as he is with field work. Marc is a Licensed Professional Engineer in Texas, Colorado, Arizona, and California. Marc received BS and MS degrees in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin. After graduation, he was hired by Cameron—a Schlumberger company.

While at Cameron, he was responsible for the development, testing, and deployment of subsea oil and gas production, hardware and tooling. He was the lead site engineer for multiple projects throughout Texas and Louisiana as well as overseas in Nigeria, Singapore, England, Scotland, Germany, and offshore in the Gulf of Mexico. After leaving Schlumberger, Marc designed and commissioned cooling, heating, and process piping systems for government, military, and private sector facilities in the U.S., Canada and Japan. When he's not at work, you can find Marc wrenching on his truck, biking around Austin, or camping and hiking with his wife and dog.

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Marc Nathan

Mechanical Engineer

Marc has extensive experience designing, building, testing, and operating complex mechanical, electrical, and thermal-fluid systems.

He has frequently led interdisciplinary teams of engineers, technicians, and laborers, and is equally comfortable with office work as he is with field work. Marc is a Licensed Professional Engineer in Texas, Colorado, Arizona, and California. Marc received BS and MS degrees in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin. After graduation, he was hired by Cameron—a Schlumberger company.

While at Cameron, he was responsible for the development, testing, and deployment of subsea oil and gas production, hardware and tooling. He was the lead site engineer for multiple projects throughout Texas and Louisiana as well as overseas in Nigeria, Singapore, England, Scotland, Germany, and offshore in the Gulf of Mexico. After leaving Schlumberger, Marc designed and commissioned cooling, heating, and process piping systems for government, military, and private sector facilities in the U.S., Canada and Japan. When he's not at work, you can find Marc wrenching on his truck, biking around Austin, or camping and hiking with his wife and dog.

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