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Energy Resume Energy CV of Candidate RG23608257.  10 years Gulf of Mexico experience, both offshore andonshore.  Experienced as a geologist and a field engineer running LWD tools.  Open to opportunities as a geologist or as an LWD field engineer domestically or internationally.

EXPERIENCE:
Large Energy Firm,  Lafayette, LA        2007 – 2009
LWD Field Engineer
Lead engineer in the field (primarily offshore GOM) running LWD with Gamma, Downhole Pressure, Payzone steering and Resistivity tools.
Monitored all aspects of the drilling process when running the Downhole Pressure Module to ensure job success.
Maintained regular contact and coordination with onshore geologists, drilling engineers and company men to facilitate exchange of well information and discuss drilling operations to ensure drilling efficiency and success.
Sustained a consistently low level of rig downtime by approaching MacNRG Energy Jobs in a proactive manner and hands-on troubleshooting. On a daily basis interpreted and correlated well logs.
Participated in the drilling of horizontal wells in the Haynesville Shale.
Analyzed logging curves for pore pressure and fracture gradient estimates.
Selected to lead MacNRG Energy Jobs for new and key clients that required extra attention.
Led high profile multi-well project with international client that resulted in outstanding customer satisfaction and successful completion.

Geoservices Firm, Lafayette, LA        2005 – 2007
Staff Geologist


Interpreted complex data sets of magnetometer, side scan sonar, pinger, and seismic data in order to publish MMS compliant hazard assessment reports and maps.
Published numerous MMS compliant geohazard reports containing structure and isochore maps.
Regularly interpreted 2D seismic data, including some structurally complex areas around salt intrusions.
Worked independently and in teams to complete a variety of GOM geohazard projects.
Published large geohazard report regarding a natural gas pipeline in the Sabine River Valley.

Large Energy Firm, Lafayette, LA 2001 – 2005
LWD Field Engineer

Lead engineer in the field (primarily offshore GOM) running LWD with Gamma, Downhole Pressure, and Resistivity tools.  Frequently led MacNRG Energy Jobs with less experienced personnel acting as a mentor teaching tool and job knowledge.
Drilled wells with a variety of profiles and worked on a large assortment of rig types.
Maintained a perfect safety record.

GULF COAST 3-D, Lafayette, LA 2000 – 2001
Geotechnician


Interpreted seismic data using Landmark and Kindgom software.  Digitized well logs.  Managed office.
Participated in a diverse range of geophysical projects involving seismic survey planning, well log analysis, and seismic interpretation.
EDUCATION:
Master of Science. Geology. University of Louisiana at Lafayette,  2008.
Board of Regents Fellowship.

Bachelor of Science. Geology. Salem State College, 1999.

SAFETY CLASSES:
Respirator Use
Bloodbore Pathogens
Hazard Communications
Fire Protection – 2001
First Aid & CPR
PEC Orientation
Confined Space
Hearing Conservation
H2S
Personal Protective Equipment
Ergonomics and Back Safety
Water Survival (GOM)
Fire Protection – 1999
Safe Driving
PEC Core Compliance
Ergonomics and Back Safety
Annual Radiation Review
Lock Out Tag Out

TECHNICAL CLASSES:


Introduction to Surveying & MWD – Gerhardt/Pathfinder
HDS1 Theory & Operations
RX4 Theory & Operations
UGS Theory & Operations
AWR Theory & Operations
PZIG Theory & Operations
DPM Theory & Operations
Pore Pressure Theory
Radiation Safety

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