Expert Access: Organizing the Weather Off Sakhalin

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Join marine meteorologists Eric Brozefsky and Francis Kredensor, of Wilkens Weather Technologies LP, a Rockwell Collins Company for a live presentation and Q&A session. Brozefsky and Kredensor will discuss their experiences off Sakhalin Island during the ice-free 2012 season, as onsite forecasters for Exxon Neftegas Limited (ENL), a subsidiary of Exxon Mobil Corp. and operator of the Sakhalin-1 project. Read more about their experiences in our article "Organizing the Weather Off Sakhalin," which originally appeared in the June issue of OE.

Patrick Zirnhelt
Eric Brozefsky

Eric Brozefsky joined Wilkens Weather Technologies in 2003 where he serves as senior marine meteorologist. He also attended Penn State University. He nearly 10 years of forecasting experience.  His onsite forecasting experience includes Exxon Mobil Arkutun-Dagi Project offshore Sakhalin Island in July 2012, and Saipem Bien Dong Project offshore Vietnam in October 2012.

Patrick Zirnhelt
Francis Kredensor

Francis Kredensor is a marine meteorologist with Wilkens Weather Technologies (A Rockwell Collins Company). He attended Penn State University, graduating with honors in 2006. He has spent the past seven years active in his field as an operational meteorologist.

Published: Tuesday, July 16, 2013 11 AM CST

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