Jay Nguyen

Engineerably Me

I manage teams and engineering projects with over 20 years of know-how.

I am Australian... and now also British.

I was born in Vietnam.  Raised in Perth.  I now live in London.

I have a beautiful Welsh wife, whom I met in Perth and brought her back to the UK.

I have a French Bulldog called Chopin, but we call him Chops.

I am endlessly learning.  Currently it's Business Analytics and EU GDPR Transitions.

I played AD&D with dice when I was younger and secretly wish I still did.

I go snowboarding every year and can still only do the same tricks.

I'm and engineer and a consultant, currently working with KBR Granherne

Interface and Package management

When delivery of your engineering packages requires interface management as well as practical engineering

The safe and timely  delivery of site commissioning and construction packages requires a wholistic approach that considers all interfaces across disciplines and subcontractors - ensuring priorities are allocated and communicated to all parties, while changes need to be controlled and managed seamlessly for safe operation and HSSE compliance.

Clients:  CladTek - Batam  |  Subsea 7 - Angola

Engineering to deliver practical  and cost-effective solutions for riser and pipeline tie-in spool installations

Specialist knowledge and experience in the design and installation of risers and deepwater subsea tie-in spools, enabling offshore operations to be optimised - reducing the equipment capacity requirements, offshore schedules and associated installation vessel costs.

Able to utilise industry recognised software packages including Orcaflex, AutoPIPE and Abaqus​ to model complex problems and deliver concise solutions in accordance with international codes and standards.

Clients: Chevron - Wheatstone  |  Genesis Oil and Gas  |  Wood Group Kenny  |  Saipem UK

Deepwater Tie-in Spool Engineering
Weather Downtime Assessments 

Your offshore projects are sensitive to weather conditions. Do you know how much weather downtime to expect?

By utilising historical weather data such as wave heights, current velocity and wind speed, statistical assessments can be performed to assess the impact of bad weather on offshore projects operations.  
As a result, Clients can assess the commercial risks of a schedule overrun and select the most effective engineering solution.

Clients: MRTS  |  GMC Deepwater  |  Ceona Offshore

Previous Clients



Wood Group Kenny

Wood Group

GMC Deepwater


Subsea 7

Subsea 7

Genesis Oil and Gas Consultants

Oil & Gas