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As a graduate of Dalhousie University's Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering cooperative education program, Christina Clarke first joined the Deep Panuke team as a quality advisor for the EHSQ Group. She provided input and support to the engineering and procurement functions in developing, evaluating and awarding bids from potential suppliers to the project. Recently, Christina expanded her role to include working as a Loss Control Engineer. In this role she is focused on safety and risk engineering.
Being able to live and work in Nova Scotia, close to her hometown in Dartmouth, is a plus for Christina. Since joining the Deep Panuke team, she has completed Basic Survival Training that allows her to go offshore and an ISO 9001 Lead Auditor Course. She has travelled offshore and worked in Goldboro, NS, during pipeline installation, and performed several audits including two at the construction yard in Abu Dhabi where the production facility for Deep Panuke was built.
"Being a part of the Deep Panuke team from the design and development stage through to first gas is an incredible opportunity," says Christina. "This project will help expose me to the oil and gas industry and gain hands-on experience."
Christina is an avid sailor and crew member on a 33-foot long sailboat during the summer months. She plays the clarinet in the 36 Canadian Brigade Group Band - the army reserve band based out of Halifax - and has participated in military parades, inspections, mess dinners and the Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo. Christina has been involved with various activities at Encana. She's a mentor for the Techsploration program that encourages girls to consider careers in science, trades and technology, participated as a member of the Medavie Blue Cross War Canoe Challenge team and volunteered with the Energy in Action program of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers.