Adya Deshmukh is a Senior Process Engineer at Fluor Limited with 20 years of experience in process engineering for upstream oil and gas production, refineries, gas treating, utilities, and CO2 capture and compression facilities worldwide. She has worked on conceptual studies, front-end and detailed engineering design project phases.
Adya’s CO2 capture and compression experience encompasses studies and front-end engineering for post-combustion carbon capture and compression retrofitted to waste from energy, cement, coal power, gas power, and steam methane reformer facilities located across the UK, Germany, USA, and Canada. She is based in Farnborough, UK. Her experience also includes assignments to the Econamine FG PlusSM licensed technology groups in Aliso Viejo and Houston, USA. Recently, she led a review of 20 direct air capture technologies, worldwide. Adya has written a response to the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Energy Studies (PGES) 40th Anniversary Inquiry “What are the energy policies that will drive an independent UK to Net Zero while fuelling the economy?” and the BEIS Decarbonisation Readiness Call for Evidence, which was used to produce the BEIS Next Generation Carbon Capture Technology Review Work Package 2. She has also presented “Carbon Capture - The First Step to Net Zero” at
GPA Europe’s “The Future of Gas” Conference, and “Carbon Capture: A Project-Based View of the Green Energy Transition” at the BCECA Energy Transition Conference.
Adya graduated from the University of Surrey (UK) with a First-Class Honours degree in Chemical Engineering, is a registered Chartered Engineer, IChemE member and mentor.