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Reservoir Engineer

 

SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS 

  • · Diversified petroleum engineering experience including Reservoir, Drilling, Completion, Production, and Operations.
  • · Reservoir management, pressure transient analysis, fluid property analysis, numerical reservoir simulation, reservoir characterization, understanding of surface/facility issues, and excellent knowledge of production engineering.
  • · Extensive experience with decline curve, volumetric, and material balance reserve evaluation, surveillance analysis, nodal analysis, and well test analysis.
  • · Strong experience in optimization of mature fields, field development planning, well performance forecast and modeling, forecast production and reserve estimation, risk and economic analysis.
  • · Experience with open and cased hole log analysis.
  • · Uncommon organizational skills to plan and execute studies.
  • · Excellent communication skills-written, verbal, and presentation.
  • · Remarkable ability to work in multi-disciplinary teams consisting of drilling, completion, reservoir, and production engineers.

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

 Contract Petroleum Engineer 2009 – Present 

Developed program to return 400 Panhandle Field wells to production for a small independent oil company that purchased 17 leases in Carson and Hutchinson County, Texas. Determined repair work of production equipment ranging from tank batteries, flowlines, pumping units tubing, rods, and downhole pumps needed to return wells to production. Prepared detailed workover procedures including additional perforations, stimulation, cost estimates, and established priorities for returning inactive wells to production. Reactivation of first ten wells increased production from 20 BOPD & 50 MCFD to over 50 BOPD and 125 MCFD at a cost of $6,500 per well. 

 Consulting Engineer 1994 – 2009

Worked with Sol Smith Petroleum Engineer Inc. in Austin, Texas. Prepared Railroad Commission research, walk-through permitting, State agency research, and regulatory compliance reviews. Provided turn-key saltwater disposal permitting, production and completion report filing, and other professional services and consulting.

Worked with various civil engineering firms and municipalities throughout Central Texas. Designed streets, drainage, and piping required for fresh water and sewer systems for residential and municipal projects. Prepared construction drawings, cost estimates, and engineering reports for City, County, State, and Federal regulatory approval. Reviewed and prepared comments for proposed Planned Development Districts (PDD), annexation, preliminary and final plats, subdivision/site development, and site development plans for compliance with City, County, State, and Federal regulation and acceptable engineering practices. Provided office and field engineering support for all approved water, wastewater, street, and drainage capital improvement projects funded by certificate of obligations. Reviewed and recommended payment for all consulting engineering and construction contract pay requests. Managed and directed daily activity of City’s engineering and inspection personnel.

Senior Petroleum Engineer for J.M. Huber 1982-1994

Provided reservoir, production, drilling, remedial, and completion engineering for all phases of well production from drilling, completion, remedial and workover, and abandonment operations. Worked closely with exploration department to determine potential reserves and economic evaluation of exploration prospects and property acquisitions. Prepared well drilling prognosis specifying total drilling depths, casing sizes, cement and drilling mud programs to allow well to be drilled in accordance to the latest Field and Statewide Rules. Prepared recompletion, workover recommendations and procedures, property evaluations, reservoir studies, reserve and production forecasts, economic analysis, and plugging procedures for company’s exploration and production activities. Evaluated downhole electric logs, determined perforation intervals, and made casing point election recommendations Evaluated producing properties to identify potential unexploited reserves. Worked with engineering consultants on special projects and preparation of annual company reserve reports. Monitored daily production and prepared workover and re-completion procedures to improve production. Worked with production foremen to reduce monthly operating expenses. Prepared final well analysis for marginally economic oil and gas wells. For wells with no uphole recompletion or stimulation potential, recommendations were made to either plug and abandon the property or place it for sale.

Production Engineer for Conoco and Tenneco 1976-1982

Provided a broad scope of subsurface and production engineering in conjunction with exploration and other departments to help maximize the company’s profitability through maintaining production levels and minimizing operating expenses in a safe and environmentally sound manner. Evaluated and recommended downhole corrosion prevention, artificial lift optimization, surface facility expansion, chemical treatment optimization, compression, and automation. Prepared well Repair & Maintenance and workover procedures, cost estimates, project economics, and AFE documentation for submittal to management. Provided onsite technical support to ensure quality control during critical operations such as logging, perforating, cement squeezing, and stimulation. Provided onsite supervision of all special well work operations from drilling to plugging. Ensured compliance with all company policies, procedures and plans with federal, state and local regulations.

 COMPUTER SOFTWARE EXPERIENCE

 

  • · MBAL and Oil Water Gas Water Material Balance software.
  • · POGO/PROPHET/ARIES/PEEP Economics
  • · OFM (Oil Field Manger) Schlumberger software.
  • · Knowledge of Saphire, PanSystem, and Welltest 200 Well Test Analysis software
  • · Open & Cased Hole Log Analysis Programs
  • · FlowMaster Pressure Pipe Design
  • · MSWord, Excel, AutoCAD software, 2

 

EDUCATION

Oklahoma State University,

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering

  • · Received major oil company training in reservoir engineering, water flooding operations, artificial lift equipment selection, production system design, open and cased hole logging programs and interpretation, completion and remedial procedures, acidizing and fracturing stimulation techniques, technical writing, and economic analysis.

 

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Petrophysicist Jobs Houston Texas TX

PETROPHYSICIST

HOUSTON, TEXAS

Unique opportunity to join a Global Energy Firm in their Houston Office.

Your primary job duties directly involve support of drilling activities, reservoir studies, and well performance evaluations with the ultimate goal of optimizing operations and recovery.  The successful candidate will be involved in the design, implementation and evaluation of logging programs on newly drilled wells.  In addition, this position will re-assess  existing data to validate prior petrophysical assumptions and look for bypassed reserves.
Required Qualifications:
  • BS degree in Geoscience or Engineering
  • 5 or more years Petrophysical Engineering experience
  • Working knowledge of leading industry standard petrophysical software packages (IP, Powerlog, Recall, Openworks, Emraude, PST etc)
  • Working knowledge of logging operations required for difficult logging conditions (HPHT)
  • Familiarity with advanced methods of core retrieval handling and competent in the design of conventional and special core analysis programs.
  • Possess effective technical presentation and writing skills.
  • Ability to work effectively in a multi-discipline team environment
Additional Desired Qualifications:
  • Tight Gas Experience, preferably in South Texas OR Shale Oil and Gas Experience, preferably in Williston Basin
  • Familiarity with logging requirements for horizontal well sections, including equipment and risks
  • Working knowledge of fracture mapping

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Energy Resume Energy CV Senior Reservoir Engineer PE Open Relocation

Intelli-Source Candidate # NA-1553624618

Senior Reservoir Engineer

Professional Interest 

Reservoir engineer with major oil company and independent experience seeks reservoir engineering position in Western U.S. working with multi-functional team to maximize asset values.

 Experience 

2008-2010 Jt. Interest Reservoir Manager  W&T Offshore Inc. Houston, TX

Sole responsibility for technical and Aries economic evaluation of 200 afes per year for drilling, workover and facilities projects for GOM properties operated by others. Primary responsibilities included estimating incremental reserves, identification of land issues, validation of cost estimates and generation of economic parameters. Key abilities required were effective multi-tasking, prioritization of profit opportunities, ability to meet tight deadlines, development of business processes and effective management of large workload.

2005 – 2008   Reservoir Engineering Consultant                   Houston, TX

Various projects including numerical modeling for Shell shale oil project, private oil company reservoir evaluations to maximize profitability of existing properties and waterflood evaluation for OK oil reservoirs. Skills utilized included acquisition and organization of required data, technical understanding of complex shale oil chemistry and interpersonal skills as part of multi-functional team. OK reservoir analysis resulted in acquisition of properties that are generating significant income. 

1990 – 2005 Environmental Engineering Exxon Corporation Houston, TX

Management and operations responsibility for remediation of single party Superfund sites. Sole responsibility for all project phases including negotiating cleanup standards with State and Federal regulatory agencies, contractor procurement, development of public relations plans, development of litigation strategy and oversight of construction activities.  Key abilities utilized were technical understanding of cleanup standards, third party negotiations and project management for active construction project.

 1977 – 1990   Reservoir Engineering     Exxon Corporation            TX

In South Texas identified and initiated 200 workovers and had sole reservoir responsibility for field producing 600 MMscf/d. Performed economic analysis of all workover proposals as well as 50 drilling proposals. Full reservoir evaluation of oil discovery including hydrocarbon sampling and analysis, coring program and estimation of waterflood reserves. Project was initiated and increased ultimate recovery by 20% of original oil in place.

 1977 – 1990   Reservoir Engineering     Exxon Corporation            TX

Core abilities utilized were management presentations, prioritization of profit opportunities, efficiency to increase number of workovers proposed and analysis of incremental reserves.

As member of Headquarters Reservoir organization, performed study of all Exxon U.S reservoirs and developed reserve estimates for tertiary operations resulting in increased booked reserves. Conducted field-wide reservoir studies including a retrograde condensate field that resulted in elimination of 30 MM$ pressure maintenance project due to change in calculated dew point. Performance has since validated lower dew point pressure. Skills utilized included technical analysis of complex phase behavior of system with significant concentrations of non-hydrocarbons, teamwork with operating organization and presentation skills.

Exxon representative to Prudhoe Bay Unit. Evaluated incremental reserves related to horizontal and high angle drilling. Developed surveillance program for existing large waterflood project. Key skills were technical analysis of reservoir performance,  negotiation of  technical issues with operators and interpersonal skills to improve teamwork.

 Education               1977  University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR – BSChE

 Exxon In-House Training

– Reservoir Engineering

– Open Hole Logging

– Cased Hole Logging

– Reservoir Simulation

– Clastic Facies

– Subsurface Engineering

Other Qualifications

Registered Professional Engineer Texas

40 hour Hazwoper

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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 Experienced Petrophysicist Texas A&M Graduate Open to Domestic Relocation

Energy Resume Energy CV of Candidate RG8700957.  Texas A&M Graduate Petroleum industry professional with seven years experience, serving in roles such as petrophysicist, well logging field engineer, and applications engineer.  Excellent problem solving skills, and ability to manage projects on time and at or under budget.  Open to International travel and Domestic Relocation.

EXPERIENCE:
January 2007 – June 2009  Energy Firm, Humble, Texas
Petrophysicist
Worked as a wireline logging engineer in East Texas and North Louisiana furthering my experience in this field.
. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Resistivity and Acoustic Imaging tool Theory – Advanced Logging School (2006).

August 2006 – January 2007
Large Energy Firm, Houston, Texas
Application Engineer
August 2005 – August 2006 Major Energy Firm, Tyler, Texas
Field Engineer
Provided advanced petrophysical solutions to oil and gas companies worldwide by modeling conventional well log data to have similar response characteristics as NMR outputs using Company’s proprietary software process.
. Broad knowledge of Powerlog; used this application in a variety of environments including organic shales, sands, and complex carbonates.
. Performed quality control and preparatory work on well data including normalizing, depth matching, logging run splices, environmental corrections, check formation tops, review core analysis and formation test reports.
. Evaluated approximately 20-30 wells per month with shaly sand, complex lithology, and organic shale models.
October 2004 – August 2005  GOULDS PUMPS- Stafford, Texas
Application Engineer

Integral member of an established technical team at Goulds which provides innovative engineered solutions in the chemical processing, pulp and paper, oil refining, gas processing, power generation, and mining industries.
. Evaluated centrifugal pump specifications and requirements and selected appropriate pump solutions.
. Developed sales proposals and supported outside sales engineers.

June 2002 – July 2004 BAKER HUGHES – Hassi Messaoud, Algeria
Field Engineer

Worked in Baker Atlas division of Baker Hughes, Inc. as a wireline logging engineer in Algeria and trained in West Texas and the Gulf Coast of Texas.  Trained in open-hole and cased-hole logging services.

EDUCATION:
1999 – 2002
Texas A&M University – College Station, TX
Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering

– Knowledge in Design, Heat Transfer, Thermodynamics, Fluid
Mechanics, Dynamic and Static Systems, Manufacturing, Materials,
Feedback Controls, HVAC, and Petroleum Geology
. Senior Design Project – Worked in conjunction with Kvaerner Oilfield Products to design subsea production equipment.
. Obtained Engineer-in-Training (EIT) Certificate.
CERTIFICATIONS:
Engineer in Training Certificate
SKILLS:
Powerlog, MS Word, Excel, Power Point, and Project
Specialize in identifying bypassed pay zones, including finding potential fractures in carbonate reservoirs based on different fracture indicators produced from well log responses, all adding greater value by boosting client companies’ reserves.

Successfully completed Goulds’ Vertical Products Operations and Seneca Falls Operations pump schools. Also while at Goulds, Identified value added opportunities such as variable speed drives and control systems, to reduce pump speed, decrease energy consumption, and monitor pump discharge pressure and flow for pump protection and improved reliability.

Responsible for installation of new heavy logger open hole unit into the service fleet while at Baker.  Completed Well Logging School in 2002 – Open hole logging tool theory, log analysis and interpretation, Baker Atlas ECLIPS software and hardware, UNIX, HazCom training, wellsite safety, explosive safety, radiation safety, and STOP safety training.Responsible for the support of Sales Engineers and their customers, primarily large domestic and multi-national firms including engineering consultants, contractors, and upstream and downstream hydrocarbon processing companies that purchase or specify engineered pumping equipment for major projects.
. Evaluated RFQ’s and specified the sizing and selection of ANSI and API process, multi-stage horizontal, between bearings, vertical, and other pumping solutions
. Team member of the Shell-Athabasca Sands project.

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