James P. Farone, P.E.

Senior Engineer




Senior Engineer, Trimeric Corporation, Buda, Texas, July 2005-Present

Project Manager, Huntsman Corporation, Austin, Texas, Sept 1999-June 2005

Product Development Engineer, Dow Chemical, Freeport, Texas, Feb 1999-Aug 1999

Production Engineer, Dow Chemical, Freeport, Texas, 1993-1999

Co-op Engineer, Dow Chemical, Freeport, Texas, 1990-1992

Intern Engineer, Dow Chemical, Freeport, Texas, Summer 1989


Fields of Experience


Mr. Farone has extensive experience in root cause analysis, process engineering and process improvement from work centering on the petrochemical and natural gas industries.  Mr. Farone is an enthusiastic engineer with substantiated successes in product evaluation, plant management and customer service.  He has a proven ability to prioritize business needs and implement creative solutions.


Some of Mr. Farone’s areas of experience are:


  • Development of process designs and Process Design Packages (PDPs)
  • Development and implementation of process simulations
  • Process equipment and process plant cost development
  • Preparation of equipment specifications sheets for process equipment
  • Process plant operation and troubleshooting
  • Air pollution control equipment
  • Regulatory compliance (emission inventories, permit applications)
  • Planning, design, construction, operation, optimization of laboratory and pilot-scale process equipment.
  • Production planning and product logistics
  • Process control implementation and optimization


Professional Registrations and Affiliations:


Licensed professional engineer in Texas

American Institute of Chemical Engineers




B.S., Chemical Engineering, 3.5/4.0 GPA, Lamar University, Beaumont, Texas 1993

Omega Chi Epsilon Chemical Engineering Honor Society, Chapter President 1992 to 1993

Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society


Honors and Awards


1998 Dow Special Recognition Award

1996 Dow Special Recognition Award

1995 Dow Distributin Technology Center Award

Two 1994 Dow Technology Achievement Awards

Speaker – The University of Texas at Austin Chemical Engineering Freshman Interest Group, 1999 to present




(see separate publications list)