Face of USPI

Executive Committee:

Leo van Ruijven

Peter Paul Pruijn

Anders Thostrup

Elbert van der Bijl

Paul van Exel

Croon TBI
Techniek

Fluor

Shell

Yokogawa

USPI

  

USPI-NL is a non-profit association in many projects involved in, for example, standardization. 

To be able to give the best support in these projects, and to make sure the organisation can deliver the best results, we have a small but strong team that works very closely with all our associated professionals.

 

Executive Committee

Leo van Ruijven

Croon TBI Techniek

Over 30 years of experience in design, realisation and maintenance of infrastructural work. Mostly being responsible for the integral design of mechanical engineering, energy technology and process automation. 

Peter Paul Pruijn

Fluor

Project Information Manager responsible for all project systems and data. Closely involved in the development of ISO 15926 and CFIHOS. Fellow information Management, an international title for technical expertise at Fluor.

Anders Thostrup (Chair)

Shell

Technology strategy professional with commercial drive and strong change management skills. Deep knowledge of the utilities and energy sectors. Hands on experience in project execution, contracting, asset operations and maintenance processes.

 Paul van Exel

USPI

 Worked for Shell from 1974 – 1998 in process design, plant automation, energy conservation, refinery and supply economics, business training in manufacturing, strategic advice and refinery management. Since 1998 he is director of USPI. In this capacity he works with industry associations, project groups, ISO committees, universities and institutions.

 
 

 Elbert van der Bijl

Yokogawa

 

After being graduated as a chemical engineer, more than 20 years of experience in the Industrial Automation industry. Worked intensively with End Users and EPC contractors in the (petro)chemical and oil&gas industry and has been active in technology marketing within Yokogawa in Europe for many years. Worked together with the IOGP Standards subcommittee for Instrumentation & Automation, the PCIC Europe and the CFIHOS project and USPI before becoming a board member.


 

 

 

 

USPI Workforce


Vincent Grondman

Process and ICT 



Studied Educational Science with a focus on learning strategies and ICT.
Has an educational degree in engineering and worked as a technology teacher for a secondary school. Since 2017 working for USPI and focuses on analyzing and improving business and ICT processes and Information Management in USPI.

 

Ilse Hilhorst

Assistant background
processes

Assistant working on mailings, website maintenance and refinement and database improvement. Has worked for the organisation in the past and returned to provide assistance. 
She has a background in ICT in medical and generic environments, electrical and electronic engineering with specialisation in full set-ups of small buildings and social media.