Tuesday, 26 June 2007

Hot Hack #003: Kelly Dyer

Apparently, World Pipelines magazine has a circulation of over 10,000. But unless you're in the Oil and Gas industry, you've probably not even heard of it, let alone read it. With features spanning the wonders of Inspection Pigging and Cathodic Protection, one wouldn't expect the editorial content of the nation's leading pipeline mag to be managed by anyone other than a man with a beard, a pipe, and a degree in advanced fuel transportation physics from Imperial College.

Kelly Dyer has none of these things - and isn't a man. What's more, she's rather easy on the eye as it turns out. According to a recent Featuresexec profile, Kelly worked her way up through the ranks at Palladian (stablemates include World Cement and Hydrocarbon Engineering), where her editorship comes with the bonus of puppy dog eyes are enough to burst valves in pipelines across the world. If there's a pipe being lain, Kelly's probably there taking note.... now, where's my shovel?