John Terneus, PMP

  • Morgantown WV

Work experience

Work experience
Dec 2013 - Present

Senior Project Manager

National Energy & Technology Laboratory (NETL)
  • Participate as a team member of an integrated project team (IPT) assigned to develop a flexible, Program and Project Management enterprise-wide solution that supports the various organizational business needs across NETL and provides strategic mission and decision support.
  • Participate as a team member of the Project Management Office (PMO) with other senior project managers, directors, and managers to facilitate NETL's commitment to effective project management by promoting a project management vision and culture of excellence, developing and maintaining project management policies and guidance, assisting in the coordination of training and career development, and developing performance measures.
  • Review development and operations of pipeline modeling, hydrotesting improvement methods, and pipeline upgrading in coordination with PHMSA Responsible for managing the overall project and its deliverables.
  • Controls planning and execution of the project's activities and resources to ensure that established cost, time, and quality goals are met.
  • Responsible for ensuring that Technology Development Subprograms and associated stakeholders obtain the desired results from the individual projects implemented through partnerships with private sector organizations(industry and academia and national laboratories external to NETL.
Aug 2008 - Dec 2013

Project Manager

National Energy & Technology Laboratory (NETL)
  • Implement and manage Oil & Gas projects from small scale, near-term, laboratory research to complex, long-range, projects that culminate in proof-of-concept operations or demonstrations.
  • Assist in technology development, design, construction, and operations for novel and complex projects including onshore and offshore drilling, completions, and extractions as well as midstream operations
  • Participate in technology assessments and road-mapping exercises
  • Initiate procurements; evaluate proposals; manage scope, time, cost, environmental, quality and risk management aspects of all projects in the form of contracts, grants, and cooperative agreements
  • Determine acceptability of project deliverables, and promotes technology transfer
  • Member of the Project Management Center, a group of senior individuals who discuss, compose, and promote new guidelines, policies, and standards for project managers at NETL.
Sep 2006 - Aug 2008

Process Engineer

Alliant Techsystems(ATK)
  • Supported stable production as a process lead through focusing on safety, quality, schedule, and cost.
  • Supported new process development, process optimization, and continuous improvement.
  • Collected and analyzed data to support composite operations.
  • Interfaced with all levels and departments of plant to complete assigned tasks.
Jan 2006 - Sep 2006

Staff Engineer

Montgomery Patent & Design
  • Analyze potential inventions for patents.
  • Produce engineering specification write-ups with AutoCAD 2007 engineering drawings.
May 2004 - Jun 2005

Tooling Engineer Intern

Aurora Flight Sciences
  • Fabricated Parts and Molds to support composite operations.
  • Developed a burn down schedule for operators to abide by.
  • Quality Assurance inspection utilizing Verisurf 9.1 and Cam2 Measure(FARO laser tracker).
May 2003 - Aug 2003

Engineer Intern

FMW Composite Systems
  • Redesigned both equipment and procedures for titanium matrix process.
  • Researched current and historical practices, developed new hardware and work methods to improve uniformity of titanium application and consistencies of binder coating.



Executive M.B.A

West Virginia University

Morgantown, WV. GPA: 4.0.

Member of Beta Gamma Sigma


B.S. Mechanical Engineering

West Virginia University

Morgantown, WV. GPA: 3.14


B.S. Aerospace Engineering

West Virginia University

Morgantown, WV. GPA: 3.14


Oct 2012 - Present

Project Management Professional (PMP)

Project Management Institute (PMI)
May 2005 - Present

Fundamentals of Engineering (FE)

West Virginia