Back to News Archive

ProEnergy Appoints New Director of Technology

ProEnergy is pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Warren Miglietti as Director of Technology for the Turbine Services division. Warren’s primary responsibilities will include developing new repair processes for gas turbine components and driving technological advances in repair methodologies.

Warren brings over 28 years of experience and expertise in the welding, brazing and heat treatment of nickel and cobalt based superalloys as well as titanium, aluminum and stainless steels. Prior to joining ProEnergy, Warren was a Technical Expert in the reconditioning department of PSM, an Alstom Company, Special Process Technical Leader for GE Energy and Senior Technology Repair Engineer for Sermatech Power Solutions. Warren received his M.S. in Metallurgical Engineering and Welding Engineering from the University of Natal in South Africa and his Ph.D in Metallurgical Engineering at the University of Pretoria in South Africa.

He has authored or co-authored 47 published technical papers and has six repair technology patents granted, with three repair technology patents pending. Highly regarded in the industry, Warren has received the prestigious Erich Lugscheider Award from the German Welding Society (DVS) as well as the R.D. Thomas Memorial Award and the International Meritorious Certificate Award from the American Welding Society (AWS), along with the Award for Special Contribution to the field of Brazing from the Chinese Welding Society (CWS). In addition, he has been recognized with three Best Paper Awards from the MMM Committee of IGTI.

"Warren is the perfect addition to our growing Engineering staff,” said Craig Kingsley, Vice President of Turbine Services. “Uniting his unsurpassed knowledge of gas turbine components and repair methods with our state-of-the-art facilities is an important step in our commitment to provide the highest quality repair and refurbishment services in the industry."

ProEnergy is responsible for the construction, management, operations, maintenance, and repair services for energy generation facilities and equipment around the world. ProEnergy has U.S. offices in Sedalia, Missouri; Houston, Texas; and Fort Collins, Colorado; and international locations in a number of countries including Canada, Argentina, Venezuela, Brazil, Panama, Pakistan and Angola. More information is available on ProEnergy’s website at