Petroleum Technology in a Green Environment

Mr. Kenneth E. Heselton, C.E.M., P.E. (USA), is an expert in Boiler water treatment and has many papers/books published in Boilers and Energy subjects. Mr. Heselton has over 40 years of experience in boiler technology. He conducted many training programs in seminar format on boilers, refrigeration and AC, and facility operation with computer aided AV in classroom and hands on on-site in North America and the Middle East.


During his career life, Mr. Heselton worked as a Vice President of Operations, Chief Engineer, and Engineer for Power & Combustion, Incorporated, USA, as a Senior Engineer and Engineer for Hercules Incorporated, USA and as a Second and Third Engineer aboard several U.S. flag merchant steam ships as an operating engineer licensed by the US Coast Guard.

Mr. Heselton is a licensed Professional Engineer in the States of Maryland, Pennsylvania and Delaware.  He is a Certified Energy Manager from the American Association of Energy Engineers. Mr. Heselton is a past President of the Maryland Chapter of the National Certified Pipe Welding Bureau, a Member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers and the American Association of Energy Engineers.  Further, he is a Member of the ASME QFO Testing subcommittee.

Mr. Kenneth E. Heselton has a Bachelor of Science in Engineering, 1961 to 1965, U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, Kings Point, L.I., New York. His list of publications includes:-

(1)             "Cycling Efficiency: A basis for Replacing Outsized Boilers", Energy Engineering, Volume 95, Number 4, 1998.

(2)            "What's a WADITW Worth" (WADITW- "We Always Do It That Way), Strategic Planning for Energy and the Environment, Vol. 17, No. 2 - 1997.

(3)            "The Basics of Fuel Efficiency," World Energy Engineering Congress, 1989.

(4)            "Evaporation / Heat Rate, a Simple Boiler Efficiency Measurement Method," World Energy Engineering Congress, 1988.

(5)            "Linearity, the Key to Efficient, Effective Control," World Energy Engineering Congress, 1986.

(6)            "Preheating Boiler Plant Make Up Water Using Waste Heat," World Energy Engineering Congress, 1985.




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