As Vice President Technology, Jason Crusan is responsible for identifying, developing and maturing technologies that increase production, reduce costs, and enable Woodside’s people to work even more safely and efficiently.
Jason holds Bachelor degrees in Electrical Engineering and Physics, and a Masters degree in Computing Information Systems. Jason has more than 20 years’ experience in leveraging industry, academia and government partnerships to accelerate technology advancements across multiple industries.
Before joining Woodside in 2019, Jason worked for the United States’ National Aeronautics and Space Administration, primarily in human spaceflight. Jason most recently served as the Director of the agency’s Advanced Exploration Systems. In this role, Jason led many partnerships with commercial industry, including the first flights to the International Space Station of human-rated expandable habitats, additive manufacturing printers, and integrated 3D printers and recyclers.
Jason has also served as the Chief Technologist for space operations, and successfully directed various technical and strategic initiatives as program or project manager.
Jason was the founding Director of the Center of Excellence for Collaborative Innovation, formed to advance the utilisation of open innovation methodologies across the U.S. Government.
Jason Crusan, Vice President Technology at Woodside Energy, will be participating in a Closing Technology Keynote Q&A: Moon to Mars: Australia rising to the occasion within the Workforce of the Future session at IMARC. Download the programme now.