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Energy Resume Energy CV Candidate NA-1454971300 Bilingual Spanish Risk Manager Seeking new opportunity open to relocation MBA Texas A&M BS Civil Engineering Bringham Young

EDUCATION:

Texas A&M University – College Station, Texas May 2002

Masters of Business Administration – Finance Emphasis

Brigham Young University – Provo, Utah December 1997

Bachelors of Science Civil Engineering

Engineer in Training Certificate

Spanish Study Abroad – Argentina Oct 1990 – Oct 1992

EXPERIENCE:

Confidential Company

October 2010  – Present

Managing integration of energy acquisition for global investment bank.

Confidential Company Director Risk Analysis

January 2007 – June 2010

Work directly with CRO on all ad hoc senior management requests and executive reporting. Responsible for risk valuations and analysis in Board of Directors presentations and investor Calls.  Valued other company’s trade books for potential merger and acquisition opportunities.  Forecast the company’s gross margin, stress test the portfolio and reconcile changes to budget for Senior Management.  Worked with Credit group to provide scenario testing for S&P credit survey and margining thresholds.  Manage Term analysts to ensure their forward risk books accurately reflect Companies exposure to market changes.  Developed and maintained risk metrics to update senior management of commodity exposure.

Same Company Manager Risk Analysis

September 2005 – January 2007

Worked with Bear Stearns investment bank to create the Intra–Month and Term risk reports under the joint venture.  Managed the daily reporting of Companies position, P&L and various volumetric and monetary limits on a daily basis.  Responsible for the risk analysis of trader’s physical and financial trades and explanation of changes in position and P&L.  Worked closely with Bear Stearns employees to ensure proper recording of P&L at month end and to reconcile any variance.  Served as main point of contact for Bear Stearns and Company regarding risk and valuation.

Same Company MBA Rotational Program

May 2002 – September 2005

Associate Risk Analysis (Term)

Calculated forward risk books on a daily basis to facilitate trading activities.  Explained any changes to position and P&L to the traders and management as needed.  Booked structured deals in Risk Management System (Nucleus) in order to appropriately manage associated risks.  Worked closely with Structuring group to ensure structured deals are accurately reflected in Nucleus and to reconcile any modeling differences.  Developed tool for deal capture to accurately book all components of heat rate deals in Nucleus and for Term analysts  to check if deal is booked correctly.  Performed ad hoc analysis and projects as needed.

Associate Gas Scheduling

Coordinated with the Gas and Power Desk in order to schedule the correct gas volumes to various plants as needed.  Maintained relationships with several pipeline representatives to ensure gas demand for each plant was met and to avoid costly penalties associated with ramp rates and plant outages.  Worked closely with accounting to settle pipeline invoices and explain differences.  Set up risk book for gas traders to manage fix price exposure and physical gas requirements during bid week.

Associate Risk Analysis (Intra-Month)

Maintained traders positions and P&L and explained respective changes to traders and management as needed.  Monitored  Intra-Month exposures and interfaced with Trading, Deal Capture, Scheduling and Accounting Departments to ensure proper recording of P&L. Monitored daily actualization activities among middle and back office to ensure the integrity of P&L.  Worked closely with accounting to tie out any differences to Risk Flash process at end of month.  Developed improvements to automate and improve efficiency of Intra-Month books.

El Paso Corporation MBA Summer Intern

May 2001 – August 2001

Created hedge strategies for El Paso Field Services in order to comply with FAS 133 requirement.  Compiled hedge strategy documentation for risk book to be maintained by Risk Management Group on an on-going basis.  Performed an extensive series of linear regression analysis on the changes in NGL commodity prices using various indexes as  underlyings.  Determined where Field Services is under/overhedged with regards to price exposure and worked to renegotiate contracts in order to increase the effective NGL volumes that are marketed.

Bechtel Corporation Civil/Structural Engineer

April 1999 – August 2000

Civil/Structural Area Lead Engineer – Aberdeen Chemical Disposal Facility

Responsible for coordinating with client and other engineering disciplines to design and analyze structures, buildings, pipe racks and foundations.

January 1998 – April 1999

Structural Engineer – Chevron Normal Alpha Olefin Expansion Project

Responsible for the production of working drawings and calculations, and the 3-d Micro Station model for reviews with client.  Coordinated with other engineering disciplines throughout the design stage to optimize engineering design.

SKILLS/COMPETENCIES:

Knowledge of options, Black Scholes Model, swaps, futures and other derivatives.

Computer skills: Highly proficient in excel both creation and use of complex excel based models.  Proficient with Nucleus Risk Management System, Curve Manager, LIM, FEA and Microsoft products including Word & PowerPoint. Fluent in Spanish.  Good communication skills and willingness to work as a team.

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Energy Resume Energy CV Candidate 12182180 Oil & Gas Masters Prepared Petroleum Engineer with experience with Economic Evaluations, Reserves, Acquisition, Divestiture and Field Development

ENGINEER – OIL & GAS EXPLORATION & PRODUCTION

Increased Revenues / Profitability s New Well Development s Project Leadership

Dynamic, hands-on leader with history of maximizing both top line and profitability by overseeing all aspects of large oil & gas projects. Expertise in conducting in-depth analysis and conducting studies to determine project financial viability. Broad, in-depth knowledge of industry. Poised professional with superlative communication skills; adept at building key relationships with customer leaderships, and contractors, and regulatory agency professionals. Proven ability to effectively motivate and pilot goal-focused, highly productive teams. Equally adept in both back-office operations and in field. Dedicated to achieving highest quality levels while serving both short- and long-term corporate objectives.

Areas of Expertise

s Financial Due Diligence       s Team Leadership      s Proposal Creation

s Strategic Planning    s Quality Assurance / Control s Documentation Mgmt.

s Operations Coordination      s Regulatory Compliance        s Communications

s Contractor Relations            s New Opportunity Recognition        s Customer Service

s Financial Mgmt. / P&L        s Field Studies / Forecasting   s Problem Resolution

PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY

Confidential Company           Houston, TX

Reservoir Engineer- Contract assignment       06/10 to 09/10

Provided client with Deep Water field study and reserve documentation. Conducted field study to identify  operated  opportunities. Provided  reserves input documentation and RyVol reserves calculations. Conducted geological / engineering review of 8 mapped fault blocks.

Confidential Company           Houston, TX

Senior Reservoir Engineer- Contract assignment       2008 to 2009

Provided YE 08 reserve, investment, and expense documentation  using PHD-WIN, plus identified $20M re-development opportunities.

Conducted field study to identify 50 PBP & PUD opportunities; obtained 200 production records from Dwights, and conducted geological / engineering review of 100 mapped fault blocks. Analyzed each reservoir drive mechanism, authored assessment of each fault-block development history, and created specific well-work proposal for obtaining remaining reserves.

Confidential Company           Houston, TX

Senior Reservoir Engineer         2006-2008

Confidential Major Independent – Provided reserves data to Netherland, Sewell & Associates: Developed Q1 & Q2 08 new drilling result reserve bookings for proprietary shale gas horizontal drilling program in Arkoma Basin, Fayetteville Shale, Overton, and Marcellus Shale.

Created Aries database and PowerPoint drilling results presentation. Reviewed drilling pattern, horizontal leg length, number of frac stages, and surface microseismic measured frac orientation & length. Optimized productivity by reviewing volume of pumped proppant effects to forecast GUR.

Provided reserves data to Ryder Scott Company: Developed YE 07 reserves documentation for $30M re-development of newly acquired GOM shelf properties for company reserve adds (PUD, PBP) and changes (PDP).

Evaluated all projects in PEEP (using decline curve analysis and volumetrics) to develop YE Budget. Coordinated operating costs, project timing, and investment input from Production Department; fields included newly acquired Gulf of Mexico shelf assets.

Provided reserves data to Cawley, Gillespie & Associates, Consultant: Developed YE 06 reserves documentation for $10M redevelopment of newly acquired property; reserves included adds (PUD, PBP) and changes (PDP).

Evaluated all projects in Aries and performed wellbore utility studies of shut-in and low-rate wells to identify and assess recompletion and re-drill opportunities; extended life of field, which enhanced cashflow and project ROR.

Facilitated successful field-work implementation, additional reserve, production, and accelerated cashflow by providing management-ready well-work descriptions, reserves, and cash flow projections. Improved interpretation of early field performance by researching old well files, analyzing logs, correlating petrophysical information, and amending maps; increased ROR on field purchase vs. initial forecast. Collaborated with geology on prospect risk analysis by recommending purchase of Rose & Associates – Prospect Risk Analysis Suite; subsequently calculated single zone probabilistic resource estimation, chance factor determination, and multi zone amalgamated prospect resource distribution for multiple zones.

MERRILL LYNCH   Philadelphia, PA

Financial Advisor        2000 to 2005

POGO PRODUCING COMPANY  Houston, TX

District Petroleum Engineer (1995 to 1998) | Senior Petroleum Engineer (1998 to 2000)

1995 to 2000 Directed all aspects of managing petroleum production fields for Company. Field assignments included: Thailand offshore (Tantawan, Benchamas, Maliwan), Texas onshore (Lopeno), New Mexico onshore (Lea Co. fields) and GOM OCS (Louisiana State Lease 340, EC 334/335 and WC 252/253).

Key projects details:

Generated $50M for Company by identifying behind-pipe and undeveloped reserves in existing fields. Identified the following: 200 gas zones for commingling in Lopeno Field, South Texas; 500 oil zones for commingling in Southeast New Mexico; 30 partially depleted gas zones ready for new production, and 200 gas zones for commingling in Tantawan Field, Offshore Thailand.

Originated and designed field development program for $100M Benchamas-A and B fields, with 25 horizontal oil wells, gas wells and water flood injection wells; oil wells designed for 3000 BOPD productivity. Also originated and designed a field development program for E. Cameron 334-E consisting of two 100 MMcfd completions.

Monitored outside operated properties, including Pogo’s 4% interest in Mobil-operated sidetracking of WC 352 A-3 to an alternate location.  Recognized bypassed zone of interest in openhole section of well after operator deemed well dry hole.  Well subsequently completed successfully.  Partners BIAPO. Conducted reservoir modeling for waterflood projects using Gemini Solutions–Merlin & Apprentice mapping & simulation software.

Led nodal analyses using Dwight’s PERFORM software; also evaluated reserves and cash flow using Munro Garrett-ARIES software, and retrieved production data using DWIGHT’S CD ROM and online services.

AGIP PETROLEUM Houston, TX

Senior Reservoir Engineer      1991 to 1995

Collaborated with Kaverner to implement deepwater subsea development and tieback to host platform of $20M Agip EB 112/156/157 field; selected wellhead, umbilical and control equipment. Also conducted DST design and testing for wells from semi-submersible drilling rig.

Also worked on other deepwater projects valued at $2M total, including Agip GB 208/252; handled DST design and testing from semi submersible drilling rig.

Initiated, authored, and conducted all Company-sponsored reservoir engineering partner meetings; provided recommendations for stimulation, cased-hole logging, workovers, recompletions, development drilling, and enhanced oil recovery projects. Secured partner consent for participation and initiated field work to achieve mechanical and economic success.

Operated $25M offshore water-flood at G1 102; novel completions incorporated continuous down hole pressure monitoring to dictate initiation / maintenance of water-flood injection while still above volatile oil bubble-point pressure.

Designed, implemented, and operated $8M offshore gas-flood of oil reservoir at SM 175; novel completions incorporated stacked series of multiple sliding sleeves to control expanding gas-flood front breakthrough.

Monitored water-flood voidage balance in two operated water-floods in West Delta 88 / 89, which improved flood front conformance and generated $4M in incremental DCF.

Oversaw outside operated high-producing Norphlet gas operations in Mobil-operated Mobile Bay 822/823 (“Mary Ann”) and horizontal attic oil redevelopment program in Shell-operated MC 194/195/150/151 (“Cognac” 1023’ WD).

As Company lead representative for evaluation of properties for acquisition, attended data rooms for Gulf of Mexico, Gulf of Suez, and Columbia.

Conducted reservoir engineering studies and wellbore utility field studies, and supervised three contract reservoir simulation studies by Intera and Petresim, which employed VIP and ECLIPSE software; identified additional reserves and accelerated all reserves depletion, which resulted in better project DCF metrics.

Individually evaluated all company US reserves and cash flow for SEC using ARIES software.  Interacted with DeGolyer & MacNaughton on Agips’ outside operated reserves determinations.

EDUCATION & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

M.S. Petroleum Engineering Systems – University of Louisiana at Lafayette

B.S. Petroleum & Natural Gas Engineering – Pennsylvania State University

B.A. Science – Elizabethtown College

Registered Professional Engineer – State of Texas

Registered Oil & Gas Operator – State of Texas

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