Deepti is a senior consultant in DNV GL’s Maritime Advisory team based in Dubai, and is the local focal point for the gas segment. After graduating in Chemical Engineering from Imperial College London in 2009, Deepti joined DNV GL and has been exposed to a range of projects. Deepti’s core experience lies in technical safety projects in the gas segment, including quantitative risk analysis (dispersion modelling and risk assessment) and technology qualification projects. Her projects range from safety studies and marine risk assessments for FSRU and LNG bunkering terminals (Europe), blast study for a gas compression station in Central London as well as technology qualification for GTT’s Offshore Membrane System NO96 and its Under Platform Access equipment, and various LNG transfer systems.
As part of business advisory services, Deepti has been part of the Joint Industry Project (with 14 companies) to assess the LNG value chain in South East Asia in 2010, and has developed stochastic cost models for oil spill clean-ups (Australia’s AMSA) and cost risk analysis for one subsea template at Ormen Lange field in Norway, and for Statoil’s offshore wind project Hywind II. Deepti is currently running Business Advisory projects for two ship and MOU yards (Middle East and Africa), as well as Safety, Risk & Reliability studies such as cyber-security projects for local shipping companies (for TMSA3 compliance), and Energy Efficiency and Safety Culture projects for regional oil majors.
Deepti holds a Master’s Degree (MEng) in Chemical Engineering from Imperial College London (UK), with year abroad at Carnegie Mellon University (USA).