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Jean-Michel Munoz



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 Munoz 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 French headquarters 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.

Research & Development

Ground Robots, a Key to Future Architectures