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consultant , Chemical engineer

Nick Hallale, Israeli, British chemical engineer, consultant. Member of American Institute of Chemical Engineers.

Background

Hallale, Nick was born on October 22, 1973 in Tel Aviv, Israel. Son of David and Marcelle Hallale.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, University Cape Town. Doctor of Philosophy in Chemical Engineering, University Cape Town, 1998.

Career

Lecturer University Manchester, England, 1998—2002. Staff consultant AspenTech, Warrington, England, since 2001. Consultant climate change British Foreign/Commonwealth Office, London, 1999—2000.

Achievements

  • Achievements include development of hydrogen management methodology that is now being used by many oil refineries worldwide. Work was recognized by AspenTech with an award for Technical Innovation in 2004. Development of software to optimize refinery gas systems.

    Environmental benefits include clean fuels production as well as reduced Carbon dioxide (global warming) emissions. Research in development of pinch technology methods to minimize costs of wastewater recycling and other chemical process waste minimization technologies. Detailed in several academic and industry journals.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals, scientific papers.

Membership

Member of American Institute of Chemical Engineers.

Connections

Married Shiva Shadi, October 6, 2002.

father:
David Hallale

mother:
Marcelle Hallale

spouse:
Shiva Shadi