Peter Dsouza: About the Author
Corrosion and Materials Engineer, LyondellBasell

Peter Dsouza

Peter Dsouza is a Corrosion and Materials Engineer at the LyondellBasell Houston Refinery. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from the University of Saint Thomas in Houston and a Master’s degree in Materials Engineering from the University of Houston. Mr. Dsouza has over 8 years of engineering experience in materials, metallurgy and corrosion engineering in the oil/petrochemical and aerospace industries. He is an active member of NACE and STG 34, has participated in ASME B31.3 committee meetings and holds the following certifications: API 571, API 580 and NACE Refining Corrosion Technologist.

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May/June 2015 Inspectioneering Journal

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