Atcheson, Mack 2016-05-05

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This interview features Mack Atcheson. Atcheson talks about working in chemical engineering and his various projects during the course of his career. Atcheson discusses his work in helping design plants, build pipeline, and selling natural gas. Atcheson worked in both El Paso and Odessa before eventually moving back to Lubbock.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Mack Atcheson

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Date: May 05, 2016

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: Andy Wilkinson

Length: 03:00:10


Getting out of the army, Meeting Marianne, Working in Borger, Chemical research, Nitrogen in gas, New job in El Paso, Solving equations to build pipelines, Becoming chief process engineer, W. D. Noël, Selling natural gas, Building an oil refinery in Odessa, Nylon and trip to Russia, Making gas from coal, Back to El Paso, Negotiating with the Navajo, Refinery near Gallup, New Mexico, Computer programming to make pipeline, Computer processes for pipeline in Odessa, Projects during retirement, Family and children, Consulting jobs, trip to France, Moving to Lubbock

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