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Jean-Michel Munoz

R&D

Jean-Michel Munoz - Exploration Production - Total

Jean-Michel Munoz - R&D Project Manager

After graduating in Engineering (Ecole Centrale de Lille) and in Petroleum Engineering and Project Development (Institut Français du Pétrole – IFP), Jean-Michel began his career as a Technical Support Engineer in 1992.

With his Field Operations profile, he completed various overseas placements (Nigeria, Norway, Indonesia, Gabon). Back to our Jean Féger Scientific and Technical Center (CSTJF) in Pau, Jean-Michel was appointed R&D Flow Assurance Projects Manager in 2010, notably in charge of Flow Modelling and Production Chemistry.

In 2014, he was named R&D Project Manager for Field Operations where he deployed various thematics in Operations such as Digital or 4G Telecommunication.

His current position is R&D Project Manager for Next-Generation Facilities. The objective is to reduce capital and operational expenditures with the use of new technologies such as Robotics or Minimalistic Installations.

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Research & Development

Ground Robots, a Key to Future Architectures