With nearly 15 years of experience in mechanical and marine engineering, Peter Subtelny brings international and domestic expertise to his work. A lifetime member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Peter Subtelny has lived and worked in Angola, the United Arab Emirates, Denmark, Japan, the People’s Republic of China, and South Korea. While working toward his BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Houston, Peter Subtelny completed an internship with Halliburton–Offshore Energy Services, a role that prepared him for a position as Maritime Engineer for Maritime Petroleum Transportation and Upstream Offshore Oil and Gas Production. In this position, he was responsible for the approval of designs for process and safety equipment, cargo containment, and structures for liquid natural gas carriers and other vessels used in the marine petroleum industry. Today, Peter Subtelny resides in League City, Texas, and serves as a Senior Mechanical Engineer at the LaPorte, Texas, location of INEOS Olefins & Polymers USA, a petrochemical firm. Since 2005, he has contributed his expertise to the support of the company’s various mechanical and structural engineering projects. Peter Subtelny’s book, Introduction to Pipe Support Design, was published by American Literary Press in 2003. He holds a patent for a Constant Level Oiler Laser Level Adjustment Tool. In addition to having his research work published, he has earned awards for his engineering design work and patents. In his spare time, Peter Subtelny shares his knowledge with local high school students as a mentor through a program organized by his employer. He is a practicing Buddhist and contributes to various charities. He remains active by playing rugby and racing motorcycles.