Daniel Dunbar, a licensed P.E. in the State of New York, has been associated with EnSys since 1984. He has over forty years of experience in the petroleum and related industries with particular expertise in petroleum technology and economics, oil and gas production, electric utilities and computer-based simulation.
He has a deep understanding of refining economics, technology and markets. He has worked extensively on fuel reformulation and refinery emissions regulation and energy conservation issues for over twenty years.
Mr. Dunbar has been the mainstay of EnSys’ extensive petroleum refining technology and fuels properties work since the mid 1980s. He has also played a central role in the creation and progressive enhancement of EnSys’ WORLD modeling system. He has received national awards for his innovations in developing refinery simulation models focused on the technology and economics of jet fuel production.
Prior to associating with EnSys, he held supervisory and executive positions with Getty, Chemico and Commonwealth Oil, Nuclear Power Services Co., Gordian and ICF. International experience encompasses: USA, Alaska, North Sea, Caribbean, South America, Middle and Far East and India.
Education and Achievements
B.S., Chemical Engineering, Columbia University (1952)
Honors: Tau Beta Pi, Phi Lambda Epsilon.
Post Graduate work in Chemical Engineering at the University of Delaware, (1959 to 1962).
Licensed Professional Engineer, State of New York (1964).
Certificate of Award from NASA Inventions and Contributions Board for Creative Development of Technology for the development of a refinery simulation and jet fuel production computer model.
Member of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers and the American Society of Petroleum Engineers
Honors: Tau Beta Pi, Phi Lambda Epsilon
Veteran, U.S. Army (Korean War Period)