Zamora, A. A.

Tecnicas Reunidas, Madrid, Spain

Ali Abdelkhaliq Zamora is a Project Engineer for Tecnicas Reunidas and has worked on several mega-projects for clients that include ExxonMobil of USA, BP of Spain, and SADAF/SABIC and ARAMCO of Saudi Arabia. He has extensive experience working on energy, petrochemicals and oil and gas projects focusing on project management, including the mechanical design, installation and startup of critical machinery and associated systems. Mr. Zamora also acts as project advisor for mechanical model reviews for maintenance/reliability optimization of critical machinery and associated systems and static equipment. With his extensive experience with critical machinery, he provides valuable input to HAZOP studies, as well. He earned an MSc degree in process systems engineering from Cranfield University in the UK and a BSc degree in mechanical engineering from the American University in Cairo, Egypt.

Can nuclear power plant methodologies help improve hydrocarbon processing reliability?—Part 1

Pradhan, S., Consulting Engineer; Zamora, A. A., Tecnicas Reunidas

Safety requirements within nuclear power plants (NPPs) have encouraged the development of several rigorous methodologies that, in turn, have stimulated excellence in operability, availability, reliability and maintenance to the extent that numerous guides and standards now regulate that industry.