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AP-Networks appoints Dan Morlang to serve as Vice President, Capital Project Consulting
Dan Morlang, former Head of Projects for BP, will lead AP-Network's capital project consulting group.
“Dan’s extensive industry knowledge and demonstrated leadership capabilities make him the perfect candidate to further evolve the capital projects space and AP-Networks’
Dan takes a holistic approach to project management, assessing problems from three angles—people, processes, and behaviors. In his new role, Dan will join Shawn Hansen, Gordon Lawrence, and Steve Jewell in expanding the reach of AP-Networks’
“More than anything, I’m excited to work with the next generation of project professionals to devise new strategies for project management,”
Before joining AP-Networks, Dan spent more than 35 years at Amoco and BP managing a diverse array of projects involving natural gas, LNG, solar power, cogeneration, wind, and hydrogen conversion & storage.While at Amoco, he led the effort to develop a common capital project management work process for global use. Prior to the company’s merger with BP, he headed up Amoco’s capital project execution work outside of the U.S. When Amoco and BP merged, Dan helped unify and optimize BP’s capital project work process, and went on to serve as Head of Projects for Gas, Power, and Renewables before becoming the Head of Projects for Alternative Energy.
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AP-Networks is the trusted leader for improving asset and operational performance in petroleum, chemical, and energy companies across the globe. The company’s solutions are a powerful hybrid of Software as a Service (“SaaS”) and consulting expertise that together generate measurable results. Since AP-Networks was founded, the company has focused on bringing predictability and competitiveness to high-risk events—namely, capital projects and turnarounds. Industry leaders not only recognize the AP-Networks brand, but they insist on the company’s involvement in their most critical improvement initiatives. For more information on AP-Networks, please visit http://www.ap-