Dr. Arthur Camero retired from Shell Global Solutions, Inc., at the end of 2016 after more than 33 years with Shell. He has over 40 years of experience in the refining industry, including process design and start-up of major units for both Shell and 3rd party customers, technical support to refinery operations, precision on-line plant testing and yield determinations, process development, hydrotreating process research, catalyst performance modeling, pilot plant operations (design, construction, and start-up), and bench scale R&D. He has spent 8 years providing support to refinery Economics & Scheduling groups in the areas of yield technology and hydrocarbon utilization. Prior to joining Shell, he had 5 years of coal liquefaction and coal gasification pilot plant design and operations experience with Exxon Research & Engineering, and 3 years of process design experience with Fluor Engineers, Inc.
Dr. Camero received a B.S. degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Florida, and received M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in Chemical Engineering from Princeton University. He is a licensed professional engineer in the states of Texas and Oklahoma, and a member of AIChE and ACS. He has been co-chair of the Catalysis & Reactor Engineering Technical Session for the AIChE South Texas Section Southwest Process Technology Conference since 2014, and has also served as a judge in the chemistry division of the Science & Engineering Fair of Houston for over 40 years.