Courtney Hall is currently the Malongo Site Execution Manager for the Congo River Crossing Project (CRX) in Chevron’s Cabinda Gulf Oil Company in Angola. She is responsible for in-country support of the installation of the pipeline and pigging platforms that cross through Angola and the Democratic Republic of Congo to supply gas to Angola LNG.
Ms. Hall joined Chevron in 2007 and has had assignments in Angola, Brazil and the United States. Previous roles include Subsea Cost Engineer, Subsea Pipeline Specialist and Subsea Installation Engineer. She also leads the Texas A&M Facility Engineering Recruiting Team for Chevron.
Ms. Hall graduated from Texas A&M University with a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering in 2007. She also earned a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Texas in 2010. She enjoys volunteering in her community, specifically in the area of STEM education.