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Resume CV Candidate NA-1401816250 PhD Chemical Engineering, MBA, Economic Feasibility and Strategic Planning Management experience seeking new Financial or Energy Sector opportunity.                                              

Employment History

Major Exploration Company                                                                                                      2010 – 2011

Manager of Corporate Development – Rocky Mountain Business Unit 

  • Developed three acquisition studies of unconventional resource opportunities in the Uinta and Williston Basins, one of which was executed at $310MM for 7000 net acres.
  • Developed rail export business model for Uinta Basin black wax, creating alternative refining outlets.
  • Oversaw development of business unit capital budgets in excess of $600 million.
  • Coordinated and managed the reserves recognition process for 50 million barrels of proven reserves, exceeding goal by 200 percent and doubling business unit’s NPV to nearly $3 billion.

 

Large Canadian Energy Firm                                                                                                  2008 – 2010

Corporate Strategic Planner

  • Provided recommendations to the Executive Team on natural gas supply
  • Delivered data and analysis framework for strategic vendor assessments, industry and competitor benchmarking, macroeconomic analyses and price models for risking capital expenditures budget.
  • Created and staffed a fundamentals team with four FTEs that identified, validated and analyzed key macro and competitive issues facing natural gas producers in the continental U.S.

 

Global Provider of Energy Information                                                                                 2006 – 2008

Chief Economist

  • Held profit and loss responsibility for operations of firm’s Analytics group with a $12 million budget.
  • Restructured forecasting for North American natural gas markets through the introduction of multiple scenario evaluation using natural gas market analysis.  
  • Supported business development efforts by authoring articles in industry publications, participating in broadcast and print media interviews and speaking at industry conferences.
  • Developed a decline analysis methodology for global basin analysis used for oil supply forecasting.
  • Directed the supply forecasting and market analysis group of twelve FTEs and four interns.

 

Major US Engineering University                                                                                                                                               2003 – 2006

Associate Professor of Petroleum Engineering

  • Published two articles and two book chapters on options analyses and investment under uncertainty.
  • Developed and taught five undergraduate and graduate courses on petroleum economics and Options.
  • Developed and taught Petroleum Engineering Fluid Mechanics and Advanced Reservoir Engineering.
  • Taught Advanced Reservoir Engineering at University Middle East campus.
  • Oversaw two graduate research theses on reserves estimation methodologies.

 

 

Large Hedge Fund Capital Management Firm                                                                                                                                     2005 – 2006

Petroleum Investments Advisor

  • Advised on oil and gas investment opportunities including deal structure, risked reserve estimation and cash flow forecasting.
  • Guided the purchase of two late-stage oil fields and two development-stage gas leases using fundamental reservoir engineering analyses for residual oil/gas in place estimates and production profile forecasting.

 

Energy Risk and Investment Consulting Firm                                                                                                                              1999 – 2003

Founder

  • Provided exploration and development risk quantification and investment management consulting to more than twenty international petroleum firms, including Shell, Anadarko, Halliburton, Lukoil and BP.
  • Recommendations led to platform construction, bids on offshore leases and field service contracts, and development drilling projects ranging from $120 million to $2.5 billion.
  • Identified clients, marketed services, managed program and delivered recommendations to C-level management.  Annual billing $400,000 

 

Major Oil and Gas Corporation                                                                                              1988-1999

E&P Division Planning – Economics and Investment Risk Advisor

  • Led capital and reserves management in Company’s E&P Long Range Strategic Planning Model.
  • Provided guidance and risk quantification to operating units on capital project economics and exploration programs as well as M&A and New Ventures investment programs.
  • Developed a new investment decision analysis tool based on options concepts with stage-gating the finding and development process from exploration to first-oil.
  • Performed economic analysis of risked resources in preparation for promotion to reserves category.
  • Developed Company’s tracking program for an “in-ground” oil and gas inventory of 23+ billion barrels of oil equivalent to insure efficient movement and monetization.
  • Led a group of five planning staff responsible for a $65 million research budget.
  • Developed fit-for-purpose miscible flood programs for company’s assets around the world using petrophysics, PVT and reservoir simulation tools.

Principal – Reserves Management

Planning Manager – Global Upstream R&D

Research Group Director – Miscible Processes

 

Atlantic Richfield Corporation                                                                                                 1978-1988

Research Team Lead 

Led a team of six engineers in developing improved sweep efficiency process for miscible injectants.

 

 

Education

MBA, Strategy and Finance                                                  Southern Methodist University        

PhD, Chemical Engineering                                                                     University of Illinois          

M.S., Chemical Engineering                                                                     University of Illinois        

B.S., Chemical Engineering                                                                      Kansas State University             

 

Other Skills and Achievements

  • Published more than 30 articles in academic and industry refereed publications such as Energy Economics, JPT, Journal of Chromatographic Science and Journal of Rheology.
  • Delivered more than 100 presentations and lectures at conferences such as Society of Petroleum Engineers Annual and Economics meetings, S&P Energy Annual Conference and US Energy Economists’ Annual Meeting.
  • Made regular appearances on broadcast media such as Bloomberg, CBS national news and local networks discussing oil and energy markets.  [Media-trained by former CNN on-air business correspondent]
  • Quoted in Wall Street Journal, Boston Globe, International Herald Tribune and the Associated Press on oil and gas issues while Chief Economist.
  • Chosen by Department of Energy to serve as a member of the Economics focus group which contributed to the 2007 National Petroleum Council report. 
  • Contributed to two books on E&P risk management issues.

 

PERSONAL

Member, Society of Petroleum Engineers

Member, International Association of Energy Economists

Active international traveler— work on petroleum projects in 32 countries on 6 continents

Avid downhill skier and mountain climber—17 of Colorado’s fourteen thousand foot peaks

 

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Summary

Professional Manager with 17 years’ experience with Major International Oil Company.  Awarded Company’s highest employee award only given to the top 2% of all employees.  Proven experience with reorganizing and restructuring 3 companies with one being named by Business Week Magazine as 89th among the fastest growing companies in the United States and assisted another in raising over $40 million dollars from investors.  Additional experience working in a variety of different industries from Real Estate, Healthcare and Transportation.

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Highlights of Accomplishments

PROBLEM SOLVING:  Major International Oil Company’s team leader with the Alameda county environmental lawsuit, effectively reducing company $11MM lawsuit claim by a County to $150M. Awarded Oil Company’s highest employee achievement recognition (top 2% of company performers) for this accomplishment.

LEADERSHIP: Supervised multiple sourcing teams responsible for capital investment development and company growth. Directly responsible for financial performance of investments with an asset value of $125 MM. Utilizing cost savings and revenue generation, increased income by 16.6% in the first year and 37% in the second year.

PROJECT MANAGEMENT: Identified, acquired the land, contracted with an other company and other sub-contractors, and supervised the construction and contract fulfillment of two new ground-up projects each consisting of approximately 177,000 of square feet of commercial and industrial space.

STAFF AND ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT: Reorganized and restructured a company previously experiencing 57% employee turnover rate. Joined firm with 52 employees and personally assisted with the interviewing and hiring of a staff to exceed 152 employees.

STRATEGIC PLANNING: Personally developed a staff of 8 team members and with an annual budget of $5MM. In our first year our new team successfully opened 20 new clinics @ $250M within budget and, Business Week Magazine named Company as the 89th fastest growing company in the United States in 1998.

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Professional Experience

Company Confidential – Texas                                               August 2009– Present

Manager – Support Management Strategic Petroleum Reserve              

Responsible for leadership, strategic planning and development of site personnel. Accountable for the day-to-day business operations at the Strategic Petroleum Reserve site. Direct reporting departments are: Financial/ Site Budget, Procurement, Training, Human Resources, Property, and Planning and Scheduling requirements.  The SPR stores 727MM barrels of crude oil.

Company Confidential – Houston, TX                                                                            February 2008– July 2009

General Operations Manager

Supervised the move of all operations from a 10,100 sq. ft. building to a new 21,000 sq. ft. building, adding fueling and car wash facilities. Duties include company operations administration, personnel management, financial management, Department of Transportation reporting requirements, fleet operations, fuel inventory control, process improvement, strategic planning, sourcing and negotiating contracts.

Company Confidential – Houston, TX                                                                            April 2007– February 2008

General Operations Manager

Duties include company operations administration, personnel management, financial management, reporting, process improvement, strategic planning, sourcing and negotiating contracts. Point of contact for entire field services group, responsible for servicing vendors, government contracts, and client needs locally and nationally.

Company Confidential –  Houston, TX                                                                                   February 2003– March 2007

Vice President 

Completed three investment funds, Limited Liability Partnerships, using my legal contract writing experience and expertise, the three funds were for land purchases, property development and acquisition of real estate in Houston and surrounding areas. Managed investor and broker dealer investor relations, raising of capital, and the acquisition and development of properties. Contracting experience with planning, design, construction, and operational management associated with the construction industry. Reviewed and maintained contractual obligations utilizing Gantt charts with the potential owner, design professionals, and general contractors.

Company Confidential – Houston, TX                                                                         November 1999 – January 2003

Chief Operations Officer

Reorganized and restructured a company experiencing 57% employee turnover.  Joined firm with 52 employees and assisted with the interviewing and hiring of candidates to build the company staff to 152.  Direct reporting departments included human resources, construction, leasing and property management.  Responsible for the overall operating activities of the management company: including working with clients, contractors, and architects for planning multiple ground up builds, remodels, and built to suits projects for clients. Responsible for the financial performance of real estate investments with an asset value of $125 MM.  Managed a large call center and assisted in raising over $40 MM from investors.

Company Confidential  – Houston, TX                                                                         July 1997 – October 1999

Vice President of Development

Responsible for capital investment, development and company growth of one of Houston’s top medical development companies, with an annual budget of $5MM. Identified and acquired real estate clinic sites nationwide.  Supervised the successful completion and budget management of 20 new clinics in my first year with an operations budget of $250M per facility.  In 1998 the company was named by Business Week Magazine as the 89th fastest growing companies in the U. S. 

Company Confidential                                                                                                        January 1980– July 1997

Head Office – Sr. Real Estate Financial Analyst – Houston, TX

Performed and reviewed financial analysis of marketing capital investments, reviewed technical, engineering, environmental, legal, and site survey data to evaluate financial performance of investments.  Prepared and presented summary recommendations and 20 year cash flow models to senior management.

Sales Manager – Boston, MA

Managed 3 Territory Sales Managers which included 96 retail outlets in the New England area. Responsible for team development, training and market growth. This included selecting site location, acquisition of potential new sites for development, contract review, and project management for completion on time. Managed $15.5MM in Company Assets and an annual budget of $500M.

Head Office – Marketing Coordinator, Jobber Sales – Houston, TX

Traded Company Crude and Gas while tracking inventories and pipeline usage and storage capabilities on a daily basis. Reviewed “spot market” prices and adjusted shell price based on competitor pricing and financial targets to successfully ensure profitability. Assisted jobber Marketing Manager with management of Company jobber outlets nationwide and performed and adjusted jobber wholesale nationwide terminal pricing on a daily basis. Familiar with the Southwest Pipeline System, Refinery, Storage and distribution.

Area Manager – San Francisco, CA

Managed 45 retail outlets in northern California and supervised and trained retail sales representatives and was responsible for financial performance and budget control.  Designated Team Leader on the Alameda County environmental lawsuit, effectively reducing the company $11MM lawsuit claim to $150M settlement.

Territory Manager – New York City, NY

Managed 42 retail outlets in New York and was responsible for financial performance and budget control. Trained new retail sales representatives and managed a team of retail sales representatives.

Sales Development Representative – Atlanta, GA

Prepared presentations for marketing programs for Georgia, Kentucky and Tennessee. Presented to the district retail sales teams. Designed and implemented programs improving profitability and brand value.

Territory Sales Representative – Miami, FL

Managed retail sales for 32 retail outlets in Fort Lauderdale and was accountable for sales targets/financial performance.

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Certifications

PIV II Certification – U. S. Government – DOE – Personal Identity Verification card (PIV Card)  The Personal Identity Verification (PIV) card is required for all U.S. Government employees and contractors to gain physical and logical access to government resources, as mandated by Homeland Security Presidential Directive, number 12 (HSPD-12).  In order to attain the card and obtain top secret clearance, individuals must pass an extensive FBI background check.

Education

Louisiana Tech University                                                                             B.S. Business – Marketing

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Energy Resume Energy CV of Candidate NA-1190799651 MBA Gas Plant Production Revenue Accountant

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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Confidential Major Independent  (Contractor)                       Houston, Texas

Gas Plant Accountant                                                          August 2009 – February 2010

  • Monitor, maintain and process monthly gas allocations for four (4) gas gathering plants in Midstream Accounting.
  • Prepare monthly producer and purchaser statements and invoices for gas delivered each month.
  • Record journal entries for receivables for delivered gas using Oracle.
  • Review gross margin reports and explain production variances.
  • Reconcile customer receivable and payable accounts and plant imbalances.
  • Prepare wire transfers and check request in regards to gas purchases and transportation.
  • Monitor and maintain gas plant documentation files which contain supporting volume data, pricing, meter change notices, and correspondence to remain in compliance with Sarbanes Oxley requirements.
  • Design desk documentation procedures to process gas plant allocations.

ACCOUNTING OPERATING SYSTEM – ORACLE & EXCEL

Confidential Mid Sized Independent                                                                              Houston, Texas

Production – Revenue Accountant                                              January 2008 – April 2009

  • Managed Production and Revenue Accounting for an offshore exploration company with annual revenues of one-hundred million dollars ($1,000,000,000) annually.
  • Calculated monthly third party joint venture invoices for fee usage and ownership percentage.
  • Prepared and submitted a monthly account payable report detailing the invoices paying for Approved For Expenditures (AFE), LEASE OPERATING STATEMENTs (LOE) and Joint Interest Billing (JIB).
  • Primary contact for operated and non-operated joint venture properties.
  • Maintained and monitored monthly production volumes for eleven (11) Gulf of Mexico offshore platforms.
  • Reconciled third party oil and gas statements and allocation statements to ensure the accuracy of volumes and payments.
  • Prepared monthly royalty statement to schedule payments to Material Management Service (MMS) and participating investors.
  • Allocated oil and gas volumes to each well in accordance with the interest per well.
  • Reconciled gas statements to pipeline statements to generate gas allocation invoice.
  • Generated pipeline statements from third party websites.
  • Prepared prior period adjustments to reallocate production volumes as necessary.
  • Created gas allocation invoice to bill participant in accordance with PHA agreements.
  • Prepared and file monthly Oil and Gas Operations Report (OGOR, Form MMS 4054) monthly
  • Production Report (PR) for the State Railroad Commission, Oil Well Status Report (W-10, semi-annually) and Gas Well Status Report (G10, quarterly) and Organization Report (Form P-5).
  • Knowledgeable in preparing Sales and Royalty Remittance (Form MMS 2014) and Oil and Gas Royalty Valuation.
  • Researched and resolved compliance notifications within a given grace period to avoid fines and penalties.
  • Established a positive work relationship with regulatory agencies to maintain company integrity.
  • Received and recorded revenue payments from participating partner on working interest properties.
  • Compared revenue statements with pipeline statements to ensure accuracy of payments.

ACCOUNTING OPERATING SYSTEM – MICROSOFT EXCEL

CHEVRON CORPORATION  (Contractor)                                                                        Houston, Texas

Production Accountant – Contractor                                         November 2006 – June 2007

  • Coordinated and managed production volume allocations using SAP/PRA for San Joaquin Valley properties.
  • Generated post closing production reports for internal and external business units using Business Warehouse Reporting Systems.
  • Prepared and allocated monthly gas production using total flow volumes from gas production meters and third party invoicing.
  • Generated monthly gas balancing statements for property owners and internal verification reporting.
  • Identified and resolved revisions and variances in gas production reporting.
  • Generated regulatory analysis reports using Business Warehouse for filing state reports.
  • Created, monitored, and disassembled production wells and meters within the SAP/PRA network systems.
  • Monitored and maintained well status revisions within SAP/PRA production systems.
  • Collaborated with Data Management Team to ensure accuracy of production accounting data in processing production volumes and revenue valuation.

ACCOUNTING  OPERATING  SYSTEM – SAP/PRA

AMERADA HESS CORPORATION

Houston, Texas

Production Accountant / Sr. Staffing Assistant                                    May 2001 – June 2006

  • Coordinated and managed daily and weekly production volume transmissions using SAP/PRA for onshore, offshore, and West Africa properties.
  • Allocated and coordinated monthly well sales for producing properties in an SAP/PRA environment.
  • Prepared and filed monthly State Production Reports using the Railroad Commission (RRC) Online System (Production Form PR).
  • Knowledgeable in preparing and filing Oil and Gas Operations Reports (MMS-4054) and Sales and Royalty Remittance Reports (MMS-2014).
  • Reconciled monthly oil statements from Transporters to ensure the accuracy of oil production for State Regulatory filings.
  • Researched and resolve compliance notifications within grace period to avoid fines and penalties.
  • Revised daily and month-end production reporting documents with regards to changes in the use of oil and gas production equipment.
  • Performed field visits to address and enhance daily production: collaborate with Engineers, Production  Superintendent, and Lease Operators in reference to active and inactive wells and production variances.
  • Monitored and maintained current and historical Gulf Coast and West Africa Production files to remain in compliance with requirements of the Sarbanes / Oxley Act.

ACCOUNTING  OPERATING  SYSTEM – SAP/PRA, PREMAS PLUS, &

MERRICK SYSTEM PROCOUNT

CHASE MANHATTAN MORTGAGE CORPORATE

Houston, Texas

Mortgage Technician II                                                                                    May1997 – June 2000

  • Presided over a team of 4 Mortgage Technicians which researched and resolved payment discrepancies and inquires

on residential mortgage accounts.

  • Identified aged accounts with credit and debits balances to generate refunds or request additional funding to clear

outstanding deficiencies.

  • Processed written and telephone inquires from borrowers regarding payment applications and disbursements from

escrow accounts.

EXXON COMPANY, U.S.A.

Houston, Texas

Commercial Account Representative                                                                July    1995 – April 1007

  • Scheduled commercial account to receive payments using SAP Accounts Receivable processing system.
  • Post journal entries and adjustments on accounts to ensure accuracy of debits and credits.
  • Coordinated special pricing on accounts which generated additional revenue of two ($2) million dollars annually.
  • Researched and identified delinquent accounts to reduce outstanding balances on pas due accounts.

CONOCO / DUPONT, U.S.A.

Houston, Texas

Purchasing Assistant                                                                     March 1990 – December 1993

  • Purchased goods and services for administrative and constructional use for Gulf coast Operating Plants.
  • Monitored and maintained purchasing contracts to ensure competitive and cost effective pricing.
  • Created and initiated purchase requisitions and purchase orders for contractual and non-contractual goods and services.
  • Assured delivery of goods and services to operating sites in accordance with purchasing contracts.

UNITED STATES CUSTOMS SERVICES

Houston, Texas

Data Entry Supervisor                                                                       May 1989 – February 1990

  • Supervised Data Entry Operations at four (4) U. S. Customs ship channels (Baltimore, Chicago, Detroit, and Houston).
  • Coordinated and trained Data Entry Operators on procedures to research and verify domestic and international vendors  to eliminate duplicate and erroneous identification information.
  • Researched, identified, and validated historical domestic and international vendors to determine active or non-active trade status within the United States.
  • Collaborated with Customs Manager and field offices in reference to revisions on vendor databases.

EDUCATION

Master of Business Administration                            December 2007

G.P.A. 3.7

Belhaven College,  Houston, Texas

Bachelor of Business Administration  – Finance    August 2004

Houston Baptist University,  Houston, Texas

SOFTWARE

Oracle,  SAP/PRA,  Merrick Systems ProCount,  Premas Plus, Oildex,

Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)

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Energy Resume Energy CV of Candidate NA-9379487443 E & P Oil and Gas Revenue Royalty Accounting Manager

Candidate # NA-9379487443

E&P Accounting

Employment

Confidential Royalty Company (E&P)

Financial Accounting, Reporting Manager 1/2008 – 5/2009

  • Supervise 5 accountants, prepare monthly closing schedule for accounting department,
  • Evaluate and prepare Amortization schedules, Lease Operating Statement to Production/Engineering group.
  • Evaluate non-equity investor sub-ledger and audit schedules and maintain reconciliation to GL for 20 investment companies.
  • Calculate and verify investor dividends to pay-out status.  Process dividend disbursements, issue annual 1099’s.
  • Reconcile property detail ledgers in each entity. Clear acquisition, divestiture control GL accounts.
  • Evaluate and prepare multiple consolidated financial statements for monthly closing including supporting schedules and documents for presentation to partners, auditing group and investors.
  • Supervise cash/bank statement reconciliations and interface with Treasury and bank functions.

Confidential Major Independent 6/2006 – 12/2007

Joint Interest Billing Manager

  • Perform all billing functions for properties, prospects, facilities and cost centers.
  • Produce monthly Lease Operating Statement reporting to 5 district managers. Review and establish system functions within the Joint Interest Billing and ownership distribution maintenance areas.
  • Administer project based Authority for Expenditure budgeting/cost process and reporting.

Confidential Mid-Sized Independent 11/1989 ­- 6/2006

Decision Support Analyst (2001-2006)

  • Perform cost-benefit and return on investment analyses for proposed software (Enertia)system to aid management in making implementation decisions.
  • Assist in planning, design, development, and deployment of new applications and enhancements to existing applications.
  • Lead SOX compliance evaluation team process.  Develop and implement SOX compliant components of Enertia software.
  • Manage $1 million dollar application development budget with Enertia and Chaparral management teams.
  • Meet with decision makers, system owners, and end users to define business requirements and system functionalities.
  • Approve deliverables, participate in project planning meetings and identify corresponding trade-offs.
  • Create system design proposals and ensure projects adhere to scope.
  • Keep management informed of project progress, status, cost and escalating issues. Communicate application problems and issues to key stakeholders, including management, development teams, end users and unit leaders.
  • Test fixes and perform post-resolution follow-ups to ensure problems have been adequately resolved.
  • Corporate Trainer.
  • Manage migration from SSI Oil and Gas system to Enertia Software system.
  • Manage two internal conversions due to system operational modifications made by software vendor.  Manage two external data conversion due to acquisition and mergers of internal entities.

General Ledger/Financial Reporting Manager (1999-2001)

  • Supervised partnership accounting and reporting for a $75 million dollar partnership with GE Capital, including monthly Lease Operating Statement data uploading to their website.
  • Responsible for the financial reporting, data modeling and general ledger accounting for seven entities including daily entries, closings, and accruals (revenue, production volumes, Lease Operating Expenses, etc.).
  • Managed the Treasury functions including daily cash reporting, wire transactions, sweeps, ZBA’s, cash account reconciliations and cash projections.
  • Supervised three General Ledger accountants.

Joint Interest Billing Manager (1989-1999)

  • Supervised billing for 1,066 operated wells, 1,870 outside operated wells, 12 field offices, 22 facilities and 125 profit center producing 5,100 invoices monthly.
  • Supervised and maintained internal audits, Authority For Expenditure costs and budgeting setup, maintenance and all function reporting.
  • Administer capital expenditure payouts, property detail ledgers, property acquisition payouts and sub-ledger analysis and account reconciliations to the GL.
  • Produced monthly and quarterly Lease Operating reports, Lifting Cost
  • Analysis, Authority for Expenditure budget/variance reporting for the Engineering/Production group.
  • Supervise three Joint Interest Billing accountants, four AP accountants and one file clerk.
  • Worked directly with Engineering/Production management to resolve invoice expenditure coding and departmental accounting procedural issues.

Education

Trinity College & University

BBA, Accounting

Skills

Excel, Access, Word, Outlook, SSI Oil and Gas, BOLO Oil and Gas, Integra Oil and Gas, Enertia Oil and Gas, EDI, SQL and Access report writer. Data file importing/exporting.  Familiar with CODE, GRADE, CDEX and SCADA file formats.

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Summary of Qualifications

  • Four years supervisory/management skills.
  • Eleven years oil and gas accounting.
  • Thirteen years full-charge bookkeeping.
  • Twenty-two years working with various accounting software.

Professional Experience

Confidential Company – Houston, TX.      Jan 2007-Present

Oil & Gas Accountant

  • A/R and A/P.
  • Monthly joint interest billing and revenue run utilizing OGSYS software.
  • Reconcile general ledger accounts and bank statements.
  • Month end accruals and adjusting journal entries.
  • Prepare various reports, financial statements, and lease operating statements utilizing OGSYS software.
  • Upload files to set-up new properties, decks, chart of accounts, etc. for conversion to the OGSYS software system.

Confidential Private O&G Company Denver, CO   Dec 2005-Jan 2007

Revenue Accountant

  • Generate all gas pipeline imbalances utilizing Enertia software, maintain shipper contracts.
  • Disburse monthly revenue after doing allocations utilizing Excel worksheets, inputting purchaser’s revenue statement detail.
  • Verify all DOI discrepancies with the land dept.
  • File KS and South Ute severance taxes.
  • Submit all check requests for transportation costs associated with gas sales.
  • Invoice all current gas purchasers verifying information from current gas purchaser contracts.
  • Respond to all revenue owners’ inquiries in reference to current and past revenue disbursements.
  • Generate all gas pipeline allocations.
  • Generate and file all Texas severance tax reports electronically.
  • Disburse Texas GLO royalties electronically.
  • File all MMS/OGOR reports electronically.
  • File Texas Railroad Commission PR, P-1, P-2 reports.
  • File all Louisiana OGP & R5-D reports.
  • Reconcile all crude oil statements against run tickets.
  • Monthly revenue distribution on all Texas properties utilizing Enertia software.
  • Record all transactions and prepare monthly financial statements for yacht chartering company utilizing
    Quick Books
    software.

Confidential Mid-Sized Operating Co., Corpus Christi, TX

April 2004- April 2005

Revenue Accountant

Confidential Management Co., Houston, TX    Aug 2003-Mar 2004

Oil and Gas Accountant

  • A/R and A/P.
  • Monthly joint interest billing and revenue run utilizing OGSYS software.
  • Reconcile general ledger accounts and bank statements.
  • Month end accruals and adjusting journal entries.
  • Prepare various reports, financial statements, and lease operating statements utilizing OGSYS software.

 

 

Confidential Resources Co., Inc., Houston, TX    Dec 1999 – May 2003

Oil and Gas Accountant

  • A/R and A/P.
  • Monthly joint interest billing and revenue run utilizing OGSYS software.
  • Reconcile general ledger accounts and bank statements.
  • Month end accruals and adjusting journal entries.
  • Prepare depreciation schedules, financial statements, and lease operating statements.
  • File P-1 and gas severance tax reports.
  • Assist with preparing yearly audit for bank.
  • Assist with yearly reserve report.

 

Antara Resources Co., Inc., Houston, TX     Dec 1998-Dec 1999

Oil and Gas Accountant

  • Supervise A/R and A/P clerks.
  • Monthly joint interest billing and revenue run utilizing OGSYS software.
  • Prepare state/parish sales tax reports-LA, TX.
  • Reconcile general ledger accounts and bank statements.
  • Month end accruals and adjusting journal entries.
  • Prepare financial statements and lease operating statements.

Genesis Producing Co., Corpus Christi, TX      1996-1998

Assistant to Controller

  • Supervise A/R and A/P data entry clerks.
  • Monthly revenue distribution utilizing Wolfe Pak software.
  • Prepare severance tax reports.
  • Prepare payroll.
  • Reconcile general ledger accounts and bank statements.
  • Month end accruals and adjusting journal entries.
  • Prepare lease operating statements.

Del Mar College, Corpus Christi, TX

Texas A & M University, Corpus Christi, TX

San Jacinto College, Pasadena, TX

 

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