Braemar welcomes Mohammed Afifi and Yeo Min to the Singapore Adjusting team

Braemar Technical Services are pleased to welcome both Mohammed Afifi (Afifi) and Yeo Min to the Singapore Adjusting team today. Both Afifi and Yeo Min arrive with a wealth of engineering experience in their respective disciplines as well their recent loss adjusting exposure handling files across the region.

Graduating with an Honours degree in Civil Engineering from the Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS, Malaysia. Following graduation, Afifi initially commenced his professional career in the onshore civil construction sector, before crossing over into the Oil and Gas construction industry, working for the main installation contractor, now known as Sapura Energy Berhad. Specialising in Engineering, Procurement, Constructions, Installation and Commissioning (EPCIC), Afifi has been involved in various roles, including Field Engineer, Lead Engineer and Company Representative for EPCIC Projects, including offshore structures, pipelines and other subsea installation operations. After moving to join Technip, Afifi gained further exposure to the Subsea Umbilical Riser Flowlines (SURF) architecture and flexible environment of the construction sector.

With over 6 years in the industry, both in onshore and offshore roles, Afifi has transitioned his experience and technical understanding within the Loss Adjusting world, specialising in the offshore CAR, Ops claims environment, as well as shipyard BAR incidents.

Yeo Min graduated with a degree in Civil Engineering from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Yeo Min commenced working for a well engineering consultancy, specialising in Casing Design, HPHT Wells, Well Control Engineering and Well Integrity Management. In this capacity Yeo Min was involved as lead HPHT Engineer for onshore and offshore operations, on exploration wells drilled in the Browse Basin, Northwest Shelf, Australia, as well as supported the Expert Witness investigations into the Montara wellhead platform incident to the then Australian Offshore regulator NOPSA. Furthermore, Yeo Min has been involved in well control engineering support and HPHT engineering, during the planning and execution phases of a well, and numerous well integrity failure investigations and has written several Well Integrity Management documents for operating companies wanting to adopt international Well Integrity best practices for wells over the entire lifecycle.

With this depth of exposure, Yeo Min transitioned into Loss Adjusting handling OEE claims in both the traditional on and offshore Oil and Gas environments, but is also heavily involved in both hydraulic fracturing and geothermal well incidents which are developing across the Asia region. Yeo Min has also handled CAR claims across onshore gas processing terminals and Offshore Ops claims.

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