Pipeline People: Anish Goswami, YPI

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Pipeline People: Anish Goswami, YPI

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Anish Goswami
Anish Goswami

Anish Goswami is a Professional Registered Engineer with 6 years of experience working with the engineering & planning team of Tata Projects apart from working for a Fortune 500 Public Company earlier. Anish specializes in engineering and project planning and is responsible for implementing and educating other employees on using progressive systems and applications, including various new sustainable energy usages, mass communication procedures and strategies towards continuous professional development. Anish is a powerful force in the workplace and uses his positive attitude and tireless energy to encourage others to work hard and succeed. Anish is inspired daily by his father and the honorable Prime Minister of India. In his free time, Anish takes part in speaking lessons and also co-chairs the groups of young energy and pipeline professionals in the responsibility towards the upliftment and growth of the energy industry.


Why did you join YPI?

It is a platform that showcases the might of young professionals in the industry to be future energy leaders and people to look upon to drive the industry to greater heights and YPI is very much that platform.

How do you measure success in your career?

I measure success as the way once proceeds in his/her professional sphere through networking, publishing works and sharing it with people around the globe and trying to improve , upgrade and update themselves all the time.

What are you passionate about outside YPI?

I love cooking especially the Indian cuisine and always loves to take part in events involving community outreach and personal development.

What should we do to attract more young people to a career in the pipeline industry?

We can be open to them by providing the opportunity to work with industrial starworts and getting the impression of how the industry performs and being the staunch supporters of the YPI network we can also become the respective people to groom and engage them in various aspects of the field to help them grow as future energy leaders.

How you think the global pipeline industry will change over the course of your career?

With the global economy taking a sharp lead towards green resources the biggest challenge happens to be within the repurposing of the already installed pipelines and how we can still maintain and upgrade the energy basket supply so that this doesn’t go into decommissioned pipelines.


Pipeline People is a section in the Pipeline Technology Journal in which we would like to personally introduce important people from the pipeline industry on a regular basis. The ptj editorial team is happy to receive suggestions for further interviews. You can reach us at ptj@eitep.de.

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