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Emrys McMahon

Emrys McMahon

Engineer

Deutsche Bank

Harris County, TX

Emrys McMahon is an engineer living in Houston, Texas. In his personal life, Emrys is an active community member. He has served on the Texas Diversity Council as a member of the Education Committee. He also previously held the position of Ambassadorial Scholar for Rotary International while studying abroad in New Delhi.

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Deutsche Bank

Associate


At Deutsche Bank, Emrys McMahon completes production forecasting and economic evaluation, supporting both upstream and midstream A&D advisory and credit. He also provides statistical analysis of technical factors underpinning results.

ExxonMobil

Chad

Emrys McMahon was a leader in development and surveillance for Chad Polymer EOR project. He led surveillance of pilot programs and reserves forecasting, as well as economic evaluation of future project phases.

ExxonMobil

Reservoir Engineer

As a reservoir engineer, Emrys performed simulation or analog-based performance predictions for over 100 international prospects. He evaluated undiscovered, undeveloped and undiscovered, and undeveloped projects for potential acquisitions as part of the Early Pursuit Team.

Stanford University

Master of Science (MS), Management Science & Engineering

Emrys McMahon led the strategic consulting for a product launch of a $125 million AI/Robotics startup. He performed analysis to recommend go-to-market strategy in the context of a 10+ year AI strategy. He also designed a decision model for a startup in patent litigation, leveraging analytics to make recommendations on litigation strategies for small-entity patent owners.

University of South Carolina-Columbia

Bachelor of Science (BS), Chemical Engineering

In addition to completing his bachelors degree for Chemical Engineering, Emrys was a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Tau Beta Pi, and Sigma Phi Epsilon.