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Claire Channelliere



Claire Channelliere, Metocean Specialist

Claire Channelliere began her career as a naval architect at Noble Denton, after graduating in metocean engineering from SeaTech in France in 2004. After this initial experience, she returned to metocean engineering at Noble Denton and then Worley Parsons.

Joining Total as a metocean specialist in 2009, she is responsible for defining the metocean criteria necessary to design and build offshore and onshore oil and gas facilities. She also organizes in-situ metocean data acquisition surveys, manages in-house metocean databases and tracks R&D projects.

Apart from the technical support given to projects such as Moho NordIchthys LNG and North Platte, and affiliates such as Total E&P South Africa, Total E&P do Brasil and Total Austral, Claire is also part of the metocean committee of the IOGP and has chaired various joint industry projects, such as “Trajectory Modelling in Ice” within the Arctic Response Technology JIP (2013-2017) and “Metocean Specifications” within the IOGP Offshore Structures Specification Task Force (2018-2019).

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