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James W. Jones

Senior Vice President

Turner Mason & Company

HQ Phone:  (214) 754-0898

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Turner Mason & Company

2100 Ross Avenue

Dallas, Texas,75201

United States

Company Description

Turner, Mason & Company provides engineering and management consulting services for the petroleum and petrochemical industries. Founded in 1971, the firm serves a wide variety of clients, including integrated oil companies, petroleum refining and marketing com... more

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James W. Jones
James W. Jones, P.E. Senior Vice President University of Texas Austin BSChE (1976) and University of Texas Tyler MBA (1980). Formerly with LaGloria Oil & Gas. Experienced in refinery project management, process design, operations management, refinery startup, petroleum refining economics, HazOp review and application of refinery linear programs. Leads the firm's project management and technology assessment activities. Licensed Professional Engineer (Texas).


Company Leadership | Turner, Mason & Company

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James W. Jones
James W. Jones, P.E. Senior Vice President University of Texas Austin BSChE (1976) and University of Texas Tyler MBA (1980). Formerly with LaGloria Oil & Gas. Experienced in refinery project management, process design, operations management, refinery startup, petroleum refining economics, HazOp review and application of refinery linear programs. Leads the firm's project management and technology assessment activities. Licensed Professional Engineer (Texas).


Professional Engineering Consultant Management

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James W. Jones
James W. Jones Senior Vice President Graduated from the University of Texas Austin with BSChE degree(1976) and University of Texas Tyler with MBA (1980). Formerly with LaGloria Oil & Gas. Experienced in refinery process design, operations management, refinery startup, petroleum refining economics, and application of refinery linear programs. Leads the firm's project management and technology assessment activities. Licensed Professional Engineer (Texas).


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The paper (AM-15-39), co-authored by James W. Jones of TM&C, Frank Simmons of Delek Refining and Tony D. Freeman of KPE, highlighted a non-traditional approach for project development and execution to facilitate a very cost-effective project.


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"The Texas Gulf Coast will be ground zero for a push to equip refineries to handle a flood of light crude unlocked in the U.S. shale boom, but the investments will be relatively conservative" Jim Jones, of the petrochemical consulting firm Turner, Mason and Company, told FuelFix.
"Refiners won't spend the big bucks they dropped when they retooled to handle heavy, high-sulfur crude several years ago, largely because it's cheaper and simpler to modify a refinery to process lighter crude." The Gulf Coast is the center of most of this new investment "because transporting crude to the East and West coasts remains costly. A dearth of east-west pipelines means crude must be shipped by tanker or rail, at costs that trim refiners' profits," says Jones.


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