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Energy Resume Energy CV Houston Based Advanced Reservoir Simulation Engineer PhD Bilingual German Open to International Relocation

Energy Resume Energy CV of Candidate 6345.  A highly motivated, results-oriented reservoir engineering consultant with 27 years of domestic and international experience.  Extensive experience in general reservoir engineering, including PVT/EOS fluid characterization, nodal analysis, gas fields, and gas storage.  Specialist knowledge in all aspects of simulation technology including its application, and in the physical and mathematical fundamentals.  Contributions helped lead to significant dollars savings in project developments in Brazil, Qatar, Nigeria and Indonesia.

Knowledge and skills

¨     Reservoir engineering fundamentals and practice

¨     Reservoir simulation applications, compositional modeling

¨     PVT Analysis

¨     Well Tubing Analysis

¨     Gas Storage

¨     Small Business Management

Professional Experience

Major Energy Corporation                                                                         2005-2010
Senior Reservoir Engineering Advisor – Houston, Texas

Reservoir engineering for development in Brazil.

¨     Ongoing reservoir management for the reservoir in the  field in Brazil.  Worked with a team of geoscientists, drillers, and completion engineers to optimize reservoir development.  Successfully proposed water injection location based on modeling work to delay water breakthrough while still providing needed pressure support to increase production.   Recommendations have contributed to the reservoir performing significantly beyond expectations.

¨     Developed a simulation model for the carbonate reservoir in the field.   One of the main issues was the natural fracture system, which was implemented both in a Dual Permeability/Dual Porosity mode and with an enhanced Single Porosity representation.  The model is currently in the history matching phase, but has reached a level where it has been applied to locate two infill wells to be drilled  in 2010.

¨     Evaluation of (Equatorial Guinea) light oil reservoirs for company working with major energy firm, the operator of the field.   Prime focus was on operating issues, such as well locations and gas/water injection, and developing strategies for increased ultimate recovery.  Constructed three Eclipse reservoir models as a tool for discussions with the operator.   Along with other members of the team, influenced partner to modify the project development with positive results for wells.

¨     Evaluation of property in Equatorial Guinea.   Compositional and economical analyses carried out which influenced the operator in the ongoing appraisal of the field.

¨     Appraised and proposed well development plan for the Green Sand in Equatorial Guinea, which was an important component to the block being declared commercial.

¨     Mentored three summer interns, all of whom selected employment at company.  Assisted and mentored new reservoir engineers from other departments in their studies.

¨     Applications were implemented using primarily the Eclipse simulator with support from Prosper, MBAL, and PVTSIM software.

Large Energy Engineering Firm                        2000-2004
Reservoir Engineering Consultant –  Texas

¨     Completed an appraisal of a marginal oil field in Nigeria for an Energy firm.  Lead role on a team with a seismologist, a petrophysics expert, and a production engineer to evaluate a property with three well completions and 3-D seismic data.  Appraisal using CMG simulation software led to a proposed development plan, which was estimated to lead to production of 18 million barrels as compared to 0.5 million that was actually produced from the three original wells.

¨     Completed analysis of NGL production for the reservoir (gas condensate) for the energy operator.  Updated one previous model and generated a scoping model for a new reservoir. Three separate reservoir simulation models were then run under one surface control to provide compositional profiles from the produced gas stream.  A detailed compositional history match was carried out on each of the three reservoirs to validate the predictions.  The results were used to evaluate whether an upgrade in processing surface facilities would be necessary in order to eliminate the gas flare.  The model also provided an improved estimate of future NGL production.

¨     Completed update of study for Energy Corporation.  With a lead role on a team of geoscientists and engineers, updated previous models with information from 146 new well perforations.  Carried out analysis of well hydraulics to identify limiting factors on production.  Revised fluid characterization for the reservoir which helped explain declining reservoir performance.  Submitted new findings to a simulation model, which now achieved a significantly improved history match with the new data, and completed an evaluation of future development for the field.  The uplift in recovery (400 million barrels), along with the uplift from nearby reservoirs, justified the funding of the East Area project, an extensive investment (over $1 billion) in gas injection and surface facilities.

¨     Completed an EOS/1-D compositional scoping analysis using the CMG simulation software for a Joint Operating Company in Vietnam.  After guiding the selection of PVT experiments at Core Labs, an EOS model was developed which closely matched the experimental data.  The EOS model was then applied in a scoping simulation to evaluate the effectiveness of dry gas injection at different pressures, recycled gas injection, water injection, and depletion.  The work allowed development planning while an appraisal/exploration program was being carried out.

¨     Completed an evaluation of a gas storage reservoir in Oregon to assist the land owners in obtaining a fair market rental from the gas storage operator.  The storage capacity and deliverability was first evaluated by carrying out a history match of pressure, water-contact advance, and water production.  This information was then applied in a proprietary program to evaluate the fair economic value.

¨     Consulted for Large Energy Operator in the Middle East on a relatively thin oil rim (100 feet), volatile oil with a large, rich gas condensate zone.  Proposed a relocation of the wells to develop the oil rim first.  This prognosis was then verified in a reservoir simulation model.  The revision led to an estimated increase of 75 million barrels in oil recovery, 12 fewer wells drilled, and a deferment of gas compression, all of which significantly improved the project’s economics.

¨     Consulted/assisted on several ongoing engineering projects.  Work contributed to project approvals for(Intermediate and Deep) water injection, and to the (volatile oil depletion) and (gas/water injection) developments.

¨     Provided engineering software support for fields, which included the North Field in the Middle East and several Nigerian reservoirs.

–     Made modifications to the code to meet specific field requirements.

–     Provided the support necessary to bring the simulation studies to a successful conclusion.

¨     Consulted for the Major oil company in Russia.  Served in a mentoring role with several Russian engineers using the Eclipse simulator in developing a large model for the Luginesk field.  Purpose of the study was to modify the reservoir strategy of water injection in a field with a large primary gas cap.

¨     Managed a small engineering consulting firm, which entailed the handling of tax issues, unemployment, payroll, accounting, invoicing, and marketing.

Large Energy Corporation

Exploration and Producing Technology Co.                                                     1989-2000

Reservoir Engineering Consultant –  Texas

¨     Consulted as reservoir engineering/simulation expert on major reservoir studies during the period 1990-99.  Guided the construction of models and consulted on interpretation of results.  Work contributed to major project revisions, which significantly reduced well and surface facilities costs, and in one case, added 200 million barrels of reserves.

¨     Served as team lead on maintenance and support team of proprietary simulation software.  Made significant contributions to program capabilities to meet company’s modeling needs in the field, and provided user support.  Company’s simulation software and expertise had been effectively applied on over 50 of its major oil and gas assets worldwide.

¨     Consulted as reservoir engineer on non-simulation projects.  Frequently reviewed work and conclusions presented by company partners which lessened company’s risk in multi-million dollar projects.

¨     Designed and delivered regular reservoir simulation courses at company’s affiliate sites.  Courses always received high ratings by the participants.  In addition, trained over sixty engineers one-on-one in simulation technology.

¨     Developed part of the code and mathematical algorithms used in properitary software.

Internationl Energy Corporation – German Division                                             1985-1989

Staff Reservoir Engineer – Germany

¨     Provided engineering expertise and documentation for company’s case in an equity dispute that was eventually resolved with company’s gaining its previously estimated share (90%) of the reserves.

¨     Conducted reservoir engineering studies to help determine future development of oil and gas fields.  Applied classical reservoir engineering, well test technology, and simulation techniques that contributed to one of company’s most profitable affiliates.

Major Energy Research and Development Corp.                                                                       1981-1985

Research Engineer – Texas

¨     Created two-dimensional chemical flooding/polymer simulator using the finite element method.  This simulator was applied in several research projects.

RESERVOIR EVALUATIONS PERFORMED

¨     Taiwan TCS Gas Storage: Led a team of engineers to convert a 1.3 Tscf gas-producing field to gas storage.  Application of 13 horizontal and 6 deviated wells for 660 tons/hour up to 1500 tons/hour deliverability.  Results: Determined cushion gas requirements and the number and locations of new wells for each deliverability scenario.  The analysis accounted for an active aquifer.

¨     Qatar North Field: Lean gas condensate, 10-30 Tscf in different project areas, 15 wells initially in project area, over 150 wells in total field, compositional model, 6-10 components.  Results: project design to meet deliverability for gas-sales contracts, minimize H2S production to delay $600 million investment by several years, predict condensate recovery given different field development scenarios.

¨     Indonesia Arun Field: Gas condensate (78 barrels/MMscf), 20 Tscf in place, 100 wells, compositional model, 9 components, surface facilities model coupled to the reservoir.  Results: matched pressure, CGR, water vapor, CO2, and stabilized condensate over 25 years of history, model used to optimize surface facilities and reduce expenditures by $100 million.

¨     Nigeria Asabo and Isobo Fields: Light oil, 660  and 415 million barrels, black oil model.  Results: pressures, GOR and water cut matched over 30-year production history.  Study showed a 15-20% increase in recovery using gas injection, which has been recently planned for both fields.

¨     Norway Smorbukk South: Volatile oil, 400 million barrels, compositional model, 7 components.  Results: indicated effectiveness of gas injection.  Project was initiated in combination with other fields in the area.

¨     Norway Kristin Field, Qatar North Field, and Indonesia Madura and NSO Fields: Compositional tubing analysis coupled with reservoir simulation for evaluation of corrosion.  Tubing model determined water, CO2, H2S distribution, velocities, film thickness, and other parameters affecting corrosion.  Results:analysis indicated that L80 carbon steel was sufficient in the North Field, Madura, and NSO saving $1 million per well. In Kristin, higher quality steel was shown to be required.

¨     Germany Söhlingen Schneverdingen, Söhlingen Dethlingen, Siedenburg Staffhorst: dry gas, hydraulic fracturing (Dethlingen), water-drive (Schneverdingen) – reservoir modeling.

Education:

Ph.D. in Applied Mechanics, California Institute of Technology

B.S. in Civil Engineering,University of Notre Dame

B.A. in History,University of Notre Dame

Computer Skills:

Reservoir Engineering Software – Petrel, Eclipse, CMG, PVT software

PC-based word processing, spreadsheet, graphics

XP and UNIX environments

Language:

Foreign language fluency – German

PUBLICATIONS:

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Energy Resume Energy CV Experienced Bilingual Spanish Reservoir Engineer MBA Open to International Opportunities

Energy Resume Energy CV of Candidate 10401. Twelve 12 year Reservoir Engineer versed in Production Engineering as well. Primary focus on economic evaluation for major projects in deep water, onshore, conventional and unconventional areas. Complete understanding of all aspects of Reservoir Engineering. Willing to consider opportunity globally.

EXPEREINCE:

Major Worldwide E&P, Calgary, Canada

Feb 2006-Current

Reservoir Engineering –Deep Basin Unconventional Gas

June 2009 – current

  • Project Manager for unconventional resources. Responsible for the capital execution of the development and exploration capital budget.
  • Responsible for the development plan and economic evaluation of holdings for major field.
  • Managed all exploration and development projects in Alberta and British Columbia.
  • Responsible for mineral land continuation packages and land expiries.

Reservoir Engineering –Shallow Gas

July 2007 – June 2009

  • Responsible for all shallow gas activities within the SE Alberta, for several formations.
  • Project manager for Shallow Gas drilling program, consisting of 98 wells at 28 M$ gross
  • Responsible for budget management, technical and economic analysis of all shallow gas initiatives (operated and non-operated).

Production Engineering

Feb 2006-July 2007

  • Performed decline curve analysis and pool studies to manage well recompletions.
  • Run IPR analysis to optimize well production. Evaluated and recommended artificial lift systems.
  • Booked reserves based on volumetrics, decline curve analysis and offsetting well trends.
  • Managed the inactive well project, making decision on reactivation, recompletion or abandonment of all wells.

Achievements: Completed the Shallow Gas program in record time and under budget.

Major Software Development Company, Calgary

2005-2006

Business Analysis – Mosaic application

  • Provided customer support (economic evaluation and reserves booking) for the Mosaic product, including database conversion, installation, initial setup and general support.
  • Run economic evaluations for clients (Shiningbank, Provident)
  • Provided input to the development team for testing and new functionality for Mosaic.

Achievements: Helped to establish a great product image by providing outstanding customer service.

Mid Sized E&P Argentina SA, Buenos Aires, Argentina

2004-2005

Economic Evaluations

  • Performed deterministic and stochastic economic evaluations for existing assets (onshore and offshore) and for new ventures.
  • Optimized corporate-wide portfolio evaluation system and asset evaluation model using risk analysis techniques.
  • Trained and mentor junior staff in statistics, valuation, cash flow analysis and risk analysis.

Achievements: By optimizing the economic evaluations process, its frequency was reduced fromonce every two months to once every month. Mentored and trained employees who are now responsible for project evaluations.

Business Plans Development

  • Developed business plans for oil & gas upstream assets worth 300 MUS$ in a multidisciplinary team environment, working closely with geologists, reservoir engineers, facilities engineers and accountants.
  • Presented business plans to Board of Directors along with capital budget requirements for approval.

Achievements: Created business plans for exploratory and producing key producing assets and presented to the Board of Directors.

Major International Service Company, Buenos Aires , Argentina

2000-2003

Business Analyst

  • Managed and upgraded a Linear Programming and Mixed Integer Programming model (86k equations and 215k variables) to optimize and analyze business cases and produce budget forecasts (monthly, yearly, and 5-year).
  • Created and managed econometric models (time series analysis) to forecast natural gas consumption, using historical data and economic variables.

Achievements: Managed a complex simulation model, challenging historic business paradigms and provided innovative solutions and business practices. The Team won the 2003 Commercial award, competing with projects from  worldwide assets.

Major International E&P, Argentina

1998-2000

Production engineering – Artificial lift systems

  • Selected artificial lift systems for high temperature, high gas-oil ratio applications.
  • Analyzed IPR curves and reported performance on a monthly basis.
  • Managed 15 oil wells with average productivity of 2,800 bopd per well.
  • On multidisciplinary teams to increase oil production and lower lifting cost.
  • Co-responsible for production improvement program, including re-perforation, acid stimulation and bottom hole equipment optimization.

Achievements: Valued member of multidisciplinary team committed to improve extraction conditions.  Extended life-in-hole from 4 weeks to 4 months. Solved gas locking and corrosion pump failures.

Surface Facilities

  • Assisted Exploitation Manager in dealing with oil plants and compressor station operation. Duties included coordination of 6 – 8 maintenance crews, 3 construction contractors, and responsibility for hot operations inside plant premises.

Achievements: Proved a “dependable team worker, who faced a huge challenge in managing day-today plant operations when it was most needed” as quoted by former Exploitation Manager.

Education:

Mechanical Engineer, 1998

ITBA, Buenos Aires Institute of Technology

MBA, 2002

CEMA University, Buenos Aires, Argentina

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Energy Resume Energy CV Texas A&M Petroleum Drilling Engineer Bilingual Spanish Seeking Texas Opportunity

Energy Resume Energy CV of Candidate NA-1844237333 Bilingual Spanish Texas A&M Petroleum Drilling Engineer seeking new opportunity in Texas. 

DRILLING ENGINEERING SKILLS

Drilling performance/optimization studies, drill bit design, bit dull evaluation, BHA & drill string design, BHA & drill string vibration modeling, hydraulics optimization, surge & swab evaluation, torque & drag analysis, downhole motor selection & operation, motor & BHA build rate predictions, drilling database searches, utilization of logging software, rock strength analysis, electric log interpretation, basic principles of directional drilling & RSS tools

EXPERIENCE

Drilling Applications Engineer –  TX

Company Confidential (4/10/10 – present) 

Identify drilling dysfunctions & advise on recommended practices & optimized BHAs for efficient drilling

 Investigate unsatisfactory drilling performance to determine root cause & generate preventative actions

 Involved in various drilling optimization projects under development in the Eagle Ford Shale play

Drilling Optimization Engineer – Houston, TX

Company Confidential (3/10/11 & 4/10/11)

 Supported development of real-time optimization software which reduces drilling downtime

 Created cases to help identify pack offs, took weight, overpull, motor stalls, erratic torque & hard stringers

 Monitored rigs from Weatherford RTOC drilling in project

Evaluation Engineering Manager

Company Confidential – Gulf Coast Region (5/06-12/08)

 Responsible for product development and successful application of all downhole drilling tools

 Assist operators with detailed performance studies for critical or strategic applications

 Interpreted drilling vibration data to generate recommendations and cost effective solutions

Drilling Optimization Engineer 

Company Confidential  – Mexico Operations District (8/03-4/06)

 Conducted field studies to enhance drilling performance for company within the Burgos Basin

 Presented technical training and seminars to company employees and clients

 Co-authored an SPE technical paper with company and other firms

Drilling Optimization Engineer – (North Sea)

Company Confidential (1/01-8/03)

 Promoted product development through field evaluations and engineering studies

 Developed drilling recommendations for Britannia-Conoco project as an in-house engineer

 Designed a bi-center bit and generated drilling procedures for a Shell TTRD project

Technical Engineering Manager – Venezuela

Company Confidential  – Venezuela Operations District (2/98 –8/99)

 Presented technical training and seminars for clienteles drilling departments

 Responsible for Technical Sales composed of multinational accounts

 Implemented and maintained drilling database

Applications Engineer – Houston, TX

Company Confidential (12/95–2/98)

 Developed literature and software for analysis and application of products

 Analyzed rock strength programs for bit selection and drilling optimization

 Evaluated field performance of experimental bits and PDC cutter components

Formation Evaluation While Drilling Engineer – LA

Company Confidential – Offshore Louisiana (8/94–12/95)

 Analyzed directional & geological data to improve efficiency of drilling operation

 Operated rig site computers and equipment to collect data pertinent to drilling staff

 Provided recommendations and assistance to the operator, geologists and drilling personnel

Intern Safety Engineer – Houston, TX

Mobil Exploration & Producing- Environmental & Safety Dept. (5/94-8/94)

 Conducted safety audits and developed corrective action plans

 Reviewed disposal projects of Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material

 Maintained contractor safety database and evaluated contractor safety plans

EDUCATION

Texas A&M University; College Station, TX

 B.S. in Petroleum Engineering

 minor in Safety Engineering

 fluent in Spanish

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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 Senior Geophysicist MS Petroleum Engineering and Applied Geophysics Seeking Canada CA

Energy Resume Energy CV of Candidate 99120. M.Sc. in Geophysics and Petroleum Engineering. Twenty years of experience in the oil and gas industry.  Experienced in seismic processing, structural, stratigraphic, quantitative interpretation, risk analysis, reservoir characterization, reserve estimates in different trap mechanisms, structural styles and petroleum systems.  Six years of North American experience. APEGGA member.

EDUCATION

2003-2005      M.Sc. Petroleum Engineering, University of Houston, Texas

1985-1987      M.Sc. Applied Geophysics,  Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria

1981-1984      B.Sc. Physics, University of Lagos, Lagos, Nigeria

EXPERIENCE

Senior Geophysicist

2008 Major Independent E&P, Canada

  • Pioneered the Kingdom software application set up and used it to evaluate 50 km2 blocks in the Lower Congo Sedimentary Basin.

Senior Seismic Interpreter

1988-2007 Major E&P, Houston

  • Evaluated the Bonga North discovery seismic data and quantitative attribute analysis (SFR of 549 MMBO).
  • Evaluated 10 deepwater blocks (Top 100 Prospects & Leads) in Tertiary Niger Delta.
  • Carried out review in the southwest Mediterranean block for gas development with 2TCF SFR.
  • Evaluated the Kamunsu Cluster Basin frontier petroleum system of 2,350 km2 seismic data in Northwest Borneo.
  • Carried out Alpha and Foxtrot prospects risking and volumetric (SFR of 200 MMBO).
  • Operations Geologist for partner operated blocks drilling, resulting in savings of $2 million USD and divestment from unattractive blocks. 

Senior Geoscientist

1998-1999                   Technology Center, Houston

  • Carried out Niger Delta regional structural, stratigraphic and quantitative interpretation (1,400 Prospects & Leads) in 22 Plays in the deep offshore (prolific HC province > 100 Billion BOE).

Senior Geophysicist

1995-1998                   Nigeria

  • Carried out prospectivity of 2 partner operated blocks OPLs 211 & 316 and post drill Engule-1 (59 MMBO, 80 Bcfg), Oberan-1 (196 MMBO) wells.
  • Drilled 1 well onshore Gongola basin with sub commercial gas discovery.

Seismic Processor

1994                            Netherlands

  • Carried out Ahia Field onshore Nigeria 3D (100 km2) seismic processing.
  • Evaluated the Geopusher 3D seismic processing productivity tool.

Team Lead 2D3D Seismic Processing

1988-1993                   Nigeria

  • Processed Obote 3D (250 km2) seismic onshore Niger Delta.
  • Processed 25,000 km of 2D seismic data western Niger Delta.

COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

  • Landmark, 123DI, Kingdom, Xstream, Petrel, Strata and AVO.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

2009 Hampson Russell Quantitative Interpretation Course, Calgary

2009                 Seismic Data Inversion CSEG Course, Calgary

2009                 Schlumberger Petrel 2009 Course, Calgary

2009                 Geostats for Reservoir Characterization CSEG Course, Calgary

2009                 Naturally Fractured Reservoirs CSEG Course, Calgary

2009                 Petroleum Geoengineering – SEG/EAEG Course, Calgary

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

  • Member with APEGGA
  • Member with CSEG
  • Memberwith SPE
  • Member  with AAPG

REFERENCES

  • Available upon request.

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