Dale Embry

Principal Engineer at ConocoPhillips

Dale Embry has a long and varied work experience in the engineering field. Dale started their career as an Engineering Intern at Union Carbide in 1978. Dale then joined Phillips Petroleum Company in 1979, where they held various roles focused on supporting and developing process modeling tools. Dale was responsible for developing thermophysical property models for extractive distillation, refinery processes, and petrochemical processes. In 2002, Dale moved to ConocoPhillips and worked as a Senior Principal Modeling Engineer until 2012. Dale then joined Phillips 66 as a Senior Principal Modeling Engineer for a year before returning to ConocoPhillips in 2013. At ConocoPhillips, Dale worked as a Senior Thermodynamics and Heavy Oil Engineer until 2016, when they were promoted to Principal Engineer. Dale's expertise lies in process modeling and thermodynamics.

Dale Embry pursued their education at Texas A&M University from 1974 to 1979, where they earned a Master's degree in Chemical Engineering. Following this, from 1980 to 1984, they attended The University of Tulsa for post-graduate studies, specializing in Chemical Engineering.


Previous companies


  • Principal Engineer

    October, 2016 - present

  • Sr Thermodynamics And Heavy Oil Engineer

    June, 2013

  • Sr Principal Modeling Engineer

    August, 2002

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