Mark Fraser

NT Regional Representative

Mark has more than 35 years of experience in the manufacturing
& services sector of the Oil & Gas Industry, where he has manufactured;
modified; inspected and/or repaired an extensive range of down-hole drilling,casing, tubing and completion equipment, including PDC Drill Bits through to Surface Wellheads, used for both onshore and offshore applications.

Mark started out as an apprentice Fitter & Turner (Mechanical Fitter + Metal Machinist) in the early 1980’s, where he later became a tradesperson, then a foreperson. During
the 90’s Mark lived and worked overseas holding key technical or managerial positions in Malaysia, Singapore & Vietnam where he setup new and/or
retrofitted existing specialised O&G service & manufacturing facilities.

His most recent role back here in Australia was as the country manager for a leading multinational OCTG service & manufacturing group, where he grew the number of O&G premium thread capabilities to double that of any other facility in Australia.

Mark provides TNR with a rich resource of knowledge relevant to the applicable industry standards and procedures associated with many of the industry’s critical equipment’s

Mark is now managing director of his own O&G equipment supply company which supplies high-criticality products for both the upstream & downstream sectors of the O&G industry.

Media Releases

SA Parliamentary enquiry regarding “fracking” in SA simply more unfounded myths propagated by activists

The Norwood Resource (TNR) has a mission to get the facts about the impact of oil & gas (petroleum) exploration and production impact upon the...

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Next Big Wave Of Economic Development For SA Great Opportunities For South Australia

South Australia is on the cusp of a huge economic adrenalin shot with a billion dollars of major oil & gas exploration development in the...

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Extreme claims about resource exploration ignore facts

Predictable, unsubstantiated, scary and misleading claims by some environmental groups do little to inform public debate about the benefits of seismic surveying work in the...

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