Mavis Sika Okyere (née Nyarko), is a Pipeline Integrity Engineer with Ghana National Gas Company. She lectured at the Department of Oil and Gas Management of Blue Crest College, Kumasi. Formerly, an Associate Engineer at INTECSEA/Worleyparsons Atlantic Ltd, Ghana.
Mavis Sika Okyere is a pipeline integrity engineer at Ghana National Gas Company. She holds a Bachelor of Civil Engineering degree from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology and a Master of Science in Gas Engineering and Management from University of Salford. Her industry experience includes teaching oil and gas management courses at Bluecrest College, serving as an engineer with Ghana National Gas Company, Technip, and INTECSEA/Worleyparsons Atlantic Ltd. She is the author of the chapter “Stress-based design of pipelines” published by John Wiley & Sons. Mavis enjoys cooking, listening to music, and spending time with her family, especially her son, and husband.
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