Executive Vice President and Lead Advisor
Nash Stewart joins Pilko with 35+ years of experience in engineering design and the oil and gas industry. His key skills are Oil and Gas Project Management, Joint Venture Management, Resource Development Planning, and Construction Management. Nash retired from ExxonMobil after a 31-year career with his most recent position as Project Executive in Doha responsible for execution of North Field Production Sustainment suite of Projects, Barzan Pipeline Replacement project and North Field Expansion project. Prior to that, he held the positions of Senior Project Manager and Development Planning Manager in Doha. Earlier, Nash was Project Manager for the execution of the $5G onshore Caspian Pipeline Expansion Project in Russia and Kazakhstan. Nash also served as Refinery Technical Manager at the Chalmette Refinery responsible for engineering and technical staff.
Nash has also filled the Corporate Governance roles in Qatar as the ExxonMobil representative responsible for management oversight, budgets, contract approval, leadership personnel of NFPS suite of projects.
Leadership roles that Nash has filled include Project and Joint Venture governance, senior project management, engineering, construction and resource development experience in international, multicultural and joint interest environments.
As an ExxonMobil Project Executive, Nash managed four large and several small capital projects jointly in development or execution between ExxonMobil and Qatar Petroleum (QP). Some notable Qatar projects and current project stages include:
- Barzan Pipeline Replacement Project; $2.2G, Start Up
- North Field Production Sustainment suite of Projects ($20G):
― Qatargas1 Wellhead Platform Project; $1.8G, Execution
― Multifield Pipeline/Platform Project; $6.1G, Execution
― RasGas Compression Project; $1.8G, FEED
― RasGas Phase II Compression Project; $4G, Planning
― Qatargas Compression Project, $6G, pre-FEED
- North Field Expansion Project, 32 MTA LNG; $19G, Execution
- Golden Pass 15 MTA LNG Project; $10.7G, Execution
Nash received his BS Civil Engineering from Mississippi State University and MS Civil Engineering from Louisiana State University. Nash is based in Louisiana.