Huang Weihe (1957.11.28-), born in Shanghai, is an expert in oil and gas storage and transportation engineering. In June 1982, he graduated from East China Institute of Petroleum, majoring in oil and gas storage and transportation. In June 1996 he pursued a master's degree of management engineering and science from Huazhong University of Science and Engineering. He is currently Vice President of PetroChina, as well as director of Chinese Petroleum Society oil and gas storage and transportation committee, and director of National Gas Standardization Technology Committee.
Mr. Huang has led key technologies research and project construction management of several main pipelines in China, for instance, the West-east Gas Pipelines. He built an innovated model of pipeline construction collaboration, and solved several difficult problems, including rupture control of large-diameter, high-pressure, and high-strength steel pipeline, and congealable and high-viscous crude oil transportation. He established a consistent system of large-scale oil and gas pipeline network based on information security, and enhanced operation of oil and gas pipeline network comprehensively. He has won one State Science and Technology Progress Award (first prize) and two provincial science and technology progress awards (grand prize and first prize).
Mr. Huang was elected as academician of Chinese Academy of Engineering in 2013.