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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

 

References available upon request.

 

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Energy Resume Energy CV MBA Petroleum Reservior Engineer Open to Relocation

Intelli-Source Candidate # NA-4851717351

 

 

 

Oil Asset Manager – Reservoir Engineer

 

Development oil and gas engineer with 25 years of experience in maximizing Oil and Gas assets, analyzing oil and gas investments, building complex field & financial models, bridging technology, and global project management. 

ACHIEVEMENTS

 

·         Exceptional technical analysis skills: Technical & financial experience as a staff and supervisory Reservoir Engineer with major and smaller oil companies.  Research experience at MIT and Yale Universities and Occidental. Example – Russian Oil and Gas investment – valued at $579 Million successfully developed.

 

 

·         experienced Oil Assets manager:  Maximize oil investments by finding opportunities, creating dynamic field acquisition options, developing efficient solutions and system metrics for operating units in multiple industries (Oil & Gas and Energy). Valuation team member of group that valued assets for two IPOs.

 

 

·   Seamless Process Specialist: Skilled at entering organizations and supporting company’s change process by identifying and adding value.  Facilitated review of National Hungarian Oil Company’s Producing Fields and Commercial and Industrial facilities valued in excess of $389 million.

   

·   Team Manager: Strong melding approach to managing communication with senior management, operations, and asset management team, and investors. 12+ years managing multi-disciplinary teams (100+) through deadline sensitive and complex ($100 million+) venture development process.

 

·         Green/Alternative Energy Expert–National Speaker: 25+ years providing consulting, field oversight, and structured financing for environmentally sensitive projects and facilities internationally and in the US.

 

 

EXPERIENCE

Confidential Company   (2000 – Present)

Senior Engineer 

§  Senior Engineer for Pacific Rim with responsibility for developing new investment projects, business modeling and metrics, pre- and post- funding support, for the venture fund and business partners worldwide.  Recommended fund acquisition of non-US Oil and Gas, Real Estate, and Energy investments.

§  Oil and other projects developed include a number of “Concept to Completion” projects.  Large scale projects include seven projects valued from $117 to $334 million – Russia, Brazil, Eurasia, and China.

§  Assist Asian Funds with investments in the US and US investors internationally several groups with Workouts and Acquisitions, reserve valuations and deal structuring of Oil and Energy Assets ($100 M+).  

§  Reservoir Engineering analysis (2008) includes Technical Lead for acquisition evaluation of Eastern Europe heavy oil and Mississippi fields including reserve & economic evaluation, drilling, waterflood, & workover plans.

§  Direct high impact analysis of Environmental and Energy Cost Reduction opportunities projects including new technology, power plants, and environmental microbial cleanup projects in US, Eurasia, and Pacific Rim.

 

Confidential Company   (2001)

·      Developed electricity price forecasting/simulation system for large utility to support macro and micro decisions power scheduling.  Simultaneously taught Finance and International Business as Associate Professor at WIU.    

 

Major University – Guest Lecturer, New Orleans, LA (1998–2000)

Production Engineer

·         Reviewed and approved designs of deep water Oil platforms in the Gulf of Mexico.  Guest Lectured at Major University.

 

 Confidential Company, Dallas, TX (1992 – 1997)

Development and Reservoir Engineer

·         Developed one of five top Russian Oil projects showcased by US VP Al Gore & Russian PM Chernomyrdin.

·         Development team successfully analyzed, negotiated, acquired, structured, and developed several Russian Oil fields with real estate properties with net value of $637 million and grew from 3 employees to several hundred.

·      Responsibilities included field development plans and budgets & reserves valuation of 1+ Billion Bbls of oil fields. Developed complex structure models and financials including sensativity studies, history matching, and reservoir simulation of new and partially depleted reservoirs, and exploration assets acquisition with limited data.  

·         Worked with geoscientists recommending numerous new-drill, overlooked zones and structure opportunities.

·      Designed & implemented high profile solution for enviromental cleanup problem for several oil fields. 

                                                                                                                                                                   

Confidential Company, Tulsa, OK  (1986-1992)

Senior Reservoir Engineer

§  Managed technical analysis and valuation of oil and gas assets valued in excess of $397 million. 

§  National internal expert on best practices for technical review and organization-wide technology upgrades.

§  Technical analysis included volumetric field valuation and economic analysis (ARIES) of several hundred oil properties in OK and Texas.  Reservoir modeling included material balance, history matching, and reservoir simulation, and optimization of reservoir depletion planning including secondary and tertiary EOR techniques.

 

Confidential Company, Budapest, Hungary    (1991)

Valuation Consultant

§  Developed restructure plan including technical groups transition program and oil asset audit for national oil company with 30,000 employees and international operations shifting from socialist to international standards.

 

OCCidental Petroleum, Tulsa, OK    (1984-1986)

Corporate Strategic Planner and Research Associate

§  Management team developed strategic plan and production optimization program for west coast field. 

§  Performed petrophysical analysis of core samples for sweep efficiency and stress fracing of international fields.

 

exxon/Mobil, Midland & Houston, TX  (1980-1983)

Regional Economic Analyst & Strategic Planner

 

§  Completed optimization study of Permian waterflood programs; reduced operating expenses by 15%.

 

 

 EDUCATION

 

MBA – Finance University of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK

BS in Petroleum Engineering University of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK

BS in Systems Engineering (Equiv.) University of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK

BA in History & Economics (Equiv.)Trinity College, Hartford, CT

 

Systems Skills

ARIES, ARGUS, Quest Project Estimation, MS Office 2007, MS Project

 

 

 

Memberships

SPE, CFA Institute, CCIM, Rotary International

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Energy Resume Energy CV Rice MBA Texas Tech MS 4.0 GPA Senior Reservoir Engineer Open to Relocation

Candidate # NA-1340131399

Senior Reservoir Engineer (23 Years)

  

EDUCATION:      

M.B.A., Rice University, 2004

Jones Graduate School of Business    G.P.A.  3.89/4.00

Jones Scholar Award Recipient (Top 10%)      

M.S., Texas Tech University, 1993

MAJOR:  Mechanical Engineering        G.P.A.  4.00/4.00

B.S., Texas Tech University, 1987

MAJOR:  Petroleum Engineering          G.P.A.  3.65/4.00 (Cum Laude)

EXPERIENCE:

2006 to Present:  Confidential Major Independent (HOUSTON, TX.)

 Manager – Acquisitions and Shelf Exploitation (2009 – Present)

Supervise team of 8 geologists, geophysicists, reservoir engineers, and techs.  Responsible for all subsurface work on the GOM Shelf.  Coordinated budget submittals for group for last 3 years incorporating new drills, workovers, fuel usage, compressor installations, operating expenses, and abandonments.  Recommended and designed 5 compressor installations that added 21 Bcfe (gross) reserves.  Currently have 3 additional projects in progress which should add an additional 10 Bcfe (gross).

Spent majority of time evaluating acquisition candidates.  Took a leading role in 33 projects over the last 4 years.  Those included 11 that were screened and 22 that were fully evaluated. Of those, Company made unsuccessful offers on 7 of over $8B, and successfully acquired 4 for an aggregate of $630MM for 250 Bcfe 2P reserves and 190 Bcfe of resource potential (including property detailed below).  These projects were both onshore and offshore as well as corporate and asset deals.  The evaluations included extensive analyses of target proven and probable reserves utilizing ARIES software.  Also included dataroom visits and detailed review of technical as well as historical operating and financial data.  Responsible for incorporating this due diligence into the economic evaluation as well as performing sensitivity analyses.  Presented results to both executive management as well as Board of Directors.  Detailed listing of projects is available.

 Developed a robust, type curve driven economic model for evaluating undeveloped acreage and shale projects to complement ARIES. Full list of software expertise is also available.

 Senior Reservoir Engineer – Shelf Exploitation/Acquisition Group (2006 – 2009)   

Responsible for reservoir engineering support for all Western Gulf of Mexico properties with production of 100 MMcfd/1000 BOPD Net (approx. 1/3 of company production.)  Served as lead engineer in evaluation and acquisition of West Cameron asset for $71MM.  Subsequently installed additional compression and drilled 3 new wells resulting in addition of 34 Bcfe of net reserves.  With geophysicist, lead redevelopment of southern High Island field resulting in drilling 3 new wells with reserves of 15 Bcfe and addition of 30 MMcfd of production for $25MM investment. 

 2001 to 2006:       Confidential Major E&P (HOUSTON, TX.)

 Senior Staff Reservoir Engineer – Gulf of Mexico Region (2005 – 2006)   

Responsible for reservoir engineering support for West Cameron/East Cameron/High Island Team.  Provided economic assessment and engineering support for new drilling prospects as well as development in established fields.  Performed nodal analysis, material balance, pressure transient, and rate transient analysis for support of reserve determinations and identification of new investment opportunities.

 Principle Reservoir Engineer – Reservoir Engineering Staff (2004)   

Responsible, with one other person, for implementing the Rose Risk Analysis methodology within Company.  As part of the process, training was provided to all Senior Executives, Managers and Directors, and Technical Staff within the company (conducted by Rose and Associates).  In conjunction with the region technical teams, conducted risk and reserve reviews for most of the company’s exploration and development inventory.  Provided individual coaching to the technical teams in the proper implementation of this process as well as the extension of the process to economic evaluations.

Project assignments to the Business Development Group included evaluation of two unsolicited offers to purchase Companies assets and performed screening evaluations on domestic acquisition targets with detailed financial evaluations and presentation of results. Reported directly to Senior Vice President of E&P Services.

Principle Reservoir Engineer/Portfolio Coordinator – Domestic Exploration       

Division (2001 – 2004)

Sole responsibility for economic evaluation and portfolio analysis for all of Companies U.S. exploration efforts both onshore and offshore.  Made recommendations on both strategic and prospect level allocation of over $500MM during 2001-2003.  Reported directly to Senior Vice President of Domestic Exploration.

 1993-2001            Confidential Major (SUGAR LAND, TX.)

 Region Portfolio Advisor – Strategic Planning (2001)

Prepared investment portfolio analysis to support allocation of $450MM capital budget considering both short term business performance and long term strategic objectives.  One of six members on team responsible for evaluation, selection, and implementation of new economic, reserve, and business management software for the Gulf Region.

 1996 to 2001:       LOWER 48 BUSINESS UNIT – SUGAR LAND, TX.)

 Advising Reservoir Engineer – GOM Shelf Exploration Group  (1996-2001)

Sole responsibility for all reservoir engineering support for Companies exploration efforts in the shallow water Gulf of Mexico.  Primary tasks involved determination, as part of a multi-disciplinary team,  of reserve distributions and risk factors for all prospects.  Incorporated drilling and facility cost estimates, marketing options, development scenarios and deal terms to determine prospect economics. Evaluated over 200 exploration prospects in water depths ranging from 10 to 3200’.   Developed new Monte Carlo economic model (utilizing TERAS) to rigorously evaluate wellbore mechanical reliability and the associated probability and impact  of reserve truncation in subsea wells. Made numerous presentations to executive level management.

 1993 to 1996:       CENTRAL U.S.  BUSINESS UNIT – MIDLAND, TX

 Senior Reservoir Engineer – S.E. New Mexico Area (1994-1996)

Responsible for approximately 100 Company & OBO properties in Lea and Eddy Counties with production of 500 BOPD 7000 MCFD.  Evaluated 5,000 undeveloped acres for Morrow potential including reserve distributions, risk analysis, and economics resulting in a recommendation to seek alternative financing/Joint Venture partner for development

Advanced Production Engineer – South Odessa Area (1993-1994)

Responsible for 200 well area in central Permian Basin with production of 1500 BOPD 5000 MCFD. Utilized wave equation based design program to optimize the artificial lift installations on 100 wells at a waterflood property.  Reduced failure rate by 60% and lift costs by $140,000 per year

1987 to 1991:       Confidential Company (MIDCONTINENT REGION – OKLAHOMA CITY, OK.)

Senior Production Engineer – Michigan Area (1990-1991)

Responsible for all production operations in the state (3000 BOPD, 24 MMCFD) including maintaining environmental standards of operations in highly sensitive areas.  Prepared a detailed study of a $10 million environmental compliance project on a waterflood property, presented results to corporate vice-president. Performed a compositional simulation study for a  $1 million upgrade project on a condensate handling facility. Served on corporate team responsible for developing and implementing a company-wide field computer system.

 Production Engineer – Oklahoma Area (1988-1990)

 Responsible for 350 well area in Oklahoma with 1989 gross revenue of $10 million.  Duties included design of artificial lift and gas compressor installations as well as surface handling facilities

 Associate Engineer (1987-1988)

 Completed comprehensive 15 month training program.

AFFILIATIONS:   Society of Petroleum Engineers

Member of SPE National Management and Economics Committee

Member of SPE National Engineering Registration Committee

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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 of Candidate NA-1190799651 MBA Gas Plant Production Revenue Accountant

Candidate # NA-1190799651

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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CV Resume of Candidate NA-1340131399 Rice University MBA, MS Mechanical Engineering, BS Petroleum Engineering, Manager Acquisitions Shelf Exploitation Senior Reservoir Engineer Seeking New Opportunity

EDUCATION:

M.B.A., Rice University, 2004

Jones Graduate School of Business    G.P.A.  3.89/4.00

Jones Scholar Award Recipient (Top 10%)

M.S., Texas Tech University, 1993

MAJOR:  Mechanical Engineering        G.P.A.  4.00/4.00

B.S., Texas Tech University, 1987

MAJOR:  Petroleum Engineering          G.P.A.  3.65/4.00 (Cum Laude)

EXPERIENCE:

2006 to Present:  Confidential Major Independent (HOUSTON, TX.)

Manager – Acquisitions and Shelf Exploitation (2009 – Present)

Supervise team of 8 geologists, geophysicists, reservoir engineers, and techs.  Responsible for all subsurface work on the GOM Shelf.  Coordinated budget submittals for group for last 3 years incorporating new drills, workovers, fuel usage, compressor installations, operating expenses, and abandonments.  Recommended and designed 5 compressor installations that added 21 Bcfe (gross) reserves.  Currently have 3 additional projects in progress which should add an additional 10 Bcfe (gross).

Spent majority of time evaluating acquisition candidates.  Took a leading role in 33 projects over the last 4 years.  Those included 11 that were screened and 22 that were fully evaluated. Of those, Company made unsuccessful offers on 7 of over $8B, and successfully acquired 4 for an aggregate of $630MM for 250 Bcfe 2P reserves and 190 Bcfe of resource potential (including property detailed below).  These projects were both onshore and offshore as well as corporate and asset deals.  The evaluations included extensive analyses of target proven and probable reserves utilizing ARIES software.  Also included dataroom visits and detailed review of technical as well as historical operating and financial data.  Responsible for incorporating this due diligence into the economic evaluation as well as performing sensitivity analyses.  Presented results to both executive management as well as Board of Directors.  Detailed listing of projects is available.

Developed a robust, type curve driven economic model for evaluating undeveloped acreage and shale projects to complement ARIES. Full list of software expertise is also available.

Senior Reservoir Engineer – Shelf Exploitation/Acquisition Group (2006 – 2009)

Responsible for reservoir engineering support for all Western Gulf of Mexico properties with production of 100 MMcfd/1000 BOPD Net (approx. 1/3 of company production.)  Served as lead engineer in evaluation and acquisition of West Cameron asset for $71MM.  Subsequently installed additional compression and drilled 3 new wells resulting in addition of 34 Bcfe of net reserves.  With geophysicist, lead redevelopment of southern High Island field resulting in drilling 3 new wells with reserves of 15 Bcfe and addition of 30 MMcfd of production for $25MM investment.

2001 to 2006:       Confidential Major E&P (HOUSTON, TX.)

Senior Staff Reservoir Engineer – Gulf of Mexico Region (2005 – 2006)

Responsible for reservoir engineering support for West Cameron/East Cameron/High Island Team.  Provided economic assessment and engineering support for new drilling prospects as well as development in established fields.  Performed nodal analysis, material balance, pressure transient, and rate transient analysis for support of reserve determinations and identification of new investment opportunities.

Principle Reservoir Engineer – Reservoir Engineering Staff (2004)

Responsible, with one other person, for implementing the Rose Risk Analysis methodology within Company.  As part of the process, training was provided to all Senior Executives, Managers and Directors, and Technical Staff within the company (conducted by Rose and Associates).  In conjunction with the region technical teams, conducted risk and reserve reviews for most of the company’s exploration and development inventory.  Provided individual coaching to the technical teams in the proper implementation of this process as well as the extension of the process to economic evaluations.

Project assignments to the Business Development Group included evaluation of two unsolicited offers to purchase Companies assets and performed screening evaluations on domestic acquisition targets with detailed financial evaluations and presentation of results. Reported directly to Senior Vice President of E&P Services.

Principle Reservoir Engineer/Portfolio Coordinator – Domestic Exploration

Division (2001 – 2004)

Sole responsibility for economic evaluation and portfolio analysis for all of Companies U.S. exploration efforts both onshore and offshore.  Made recommendations on both strategic and prospect level allocation of over $500MM during 2001-2003.  Reported directly to Senior Vice President of Domestic Exploration.

1993-2001            Confidential Major (SUGAR LAND, TX.)

Region Portfolio Advisor – Strategic Planning (2001)

Prepared investment portfolio analysis to support allocation of $450MM capital budget considering both short term business performance and long term strategic objectives.  One of six members on team responsible for evaluation, selection, and implementation of new economic, reserve, and business management software for the Gulf Region.

1996 to 2001:       LOWER 48 BUSINESS UNIT – SUGAR LAND, TX.)

Advising Reservoir Engineer – GOM Shelf Exploration Group (1996-2001)

Sole responsibility for all reservoir engineering support for Companies exploration efforts in the shallow water Gulf of Mexico.  Primary tasks involved determination, as part of a multi-disciplinary team,  of reserve distributions and risk factors for all prospects.  Incorporated drilling and facility cost estimates, marketing options, development scenarios and deal terms to determine prospect economics. Evaluated over 200 exploration prospects in water depths ranging from 10 to 3200’.   Developed new Monte Carlo economic model (utilizing TERAS) to rigorously evaluate wellbore mechanical reliability and the associated probability and impact  of reserve truncation in subsea wells. Made numerous presentations to executive level management.

1993 to 1996:       CENTRAL U.S.  BUSINESS UNIT – MIDLAND, TX

Senior Reservoir Engineer – S.E. New Mexico Area (1994-1996)

Responsible for approximately 100 Company & OBO properties in Lea and Eddy Counties with production of 500 BOPD 7000 MCFD.  Evaluated 5,000 undeveloped acres for Morrow potential including reserve distributions, risk analysis, and economics resulting in a recommendation to seek alternative financing/Joint Venture partner for development

Advanced Production Engineer – South Odessa Area (1993-1994)

Responsible for 200 well area in central Permian Basin with production of 1500 BOPD 5000 MCFD. Utilized wave equation based design program to optimize the artificial lift installations on 100 wells at a waterflood property.  Reduced failure rate by 60% and lift costs by $140,000 per year.

1987 to 1991:       Confidential Company (MIDCONTINENT REGION – OKLAHOMA CITY, OK.)

Senior Production Engineer – Michigan Area (1990-1991)

Responsible for all production operations in the state (3000 BOPD, 24 MMCFD) including maintaining environmental standards of operations in highly sensitive areas.  Prepared a detailed study of a $10 million environmental compliance project on a waterflood property, presented results to corporate vice-president. Performed a compositional simulation study for a  $1 million upgrade project on a condensate handling facility. Served on corporate team responsible for developing and implementing a company-wide field computer system.

Production Engineer – Oklahoma Area (1988-1990)

Responsible for 350 well area in Oklahoma with 1989 gross revenue of $10 million.  Duties included design of artificial lift and gas compressor installations as well as surface handling facilities

Associate Engineer (1987-1988)

Completed comprehensive 15 month training program.

AFFILIATIONS: Society of Petroleum Engineers

Member of SPE National Management and Economics Committee

Member of SPE National Engineering Registration Committee

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CV Resume of Candidate NA-4851717351 experienced Oil and Gas Asset Mananger Reservoir Engineer MBA Finance BS Petroleum Engineering

Oil Asset Manager – Reservoir Engineer

Development oil and gas engineer with 25 years of experience in maximizing Oil and Gas assets, analyzing oil and gas investments, building complex field & financial models, bridging technology, and global project management.

ACHIEVEMENTS

  • Exceptional technical analysis skills: Technical & financial experience as a staff and supervisory Reservoir Engineer with major and smaller oil companies.  Research experience at MIT and Yale Universities and Occidental. Example – Russian Oil and Gas investment – valued at $579 Million successfully developed.
  • Experienced Oil Assets manager: Maximize oil investments by finding opportunities, creating dynamic field acquisition options, developing efficient solutions and system metrics for operating units in multiple industries (Oil & Gas and Energy). Valuation team member of group that valued assets for two IPOs.
  • Seamless Process Specialist: Skilled at entering organizations and supporting company’s change process by identifying and adding value.  Facilitated review of National Hungarian Oil Company’s Producing Fields and Commercial and Industrial facilities valued in excess of $389 million.
  • Team Manager: Strong melding approach to managing communication with senior management, operations, and asset management team, and investors. 12+ years managing multi-disciplinary teams (100+) through deadline sensitive and complex ($100 million+) venture development process.
  • Green/Alternative Energy Expert–National Speaker: 25+ years providing consulting, field oversight, and structured financing for environmentally sensitive projects and facilities internationally and in the US.

EXPERIENCE

Confidential Company   (2000 – Present)

Senior Engineer

§  Senior Engineer for Pacific Rim with responsibility for developing new investment projects, business modeling and metrics, pre- and post- funding support, for the venture fund and business partners worldwide.  Recommended fund acquisition of non-US Oil and Gas, Real Estate, and Energy investments.

§  Oil and other projects developed include a number of “Concept to Completion” projects.  Large scale projects include seven projects valued from $117 to $334 million – Russia, Brazil, Eurasia, and China.

§  Assist Asian Funds with investments in the US and US investors internationally several groups with Workouts and Acquisitions, reserve valuations and deal structuring of Oil and Energy Assets ($100 M+).

§  Reservoir Engineering analysis (2008) includes Technical Lead for acquisition evaluation of Eastern Europe heavy oil and Mississippi fields including reserve & economic evaluation, drilling, waterflood, & workover plans.

§  Direct high impact analysis of Environmental and Energy Cost Reduction opportunities projects including new technology, power plants, and environmental microbial cleanup projects in US, Eurasia, and Pacific Rim.

Confidential Company (2001)

  • · Developed electricity price forecasting/simulation system for large utility to support macro and micro decisions power scheduling.  Simultaneously taught Finance and International Business as Associate Professor at WIU.

Major University – Guest Lecturer, New Orleans, LA (1998–2000)

Production Engineer,

  • Reviewed and approved designs of deep water Oil platforms in the Gulf of Mexico.  Guest Lectured at Major University.

Confidential Company, Dallas, TX (1992 – 1997)

Development and Reservoir Engineer

  • Developed one of five top Russian Oil projects showcased by US VP Al Gore & Russian PM Chernomyrdin.
  • Development team successfully analyzed, negotiated, acquired, structured, and developed several Russian Oil fields with real estate properties with net value of $637 million and grew from 3 employees to several hundred.
  • · Responsibilities included field development plans and budgets & reserves valuation of 1+ Billion Bbls of oil fields. Developed complex structure models and financials including sensativity studies, history matching, and reservoir simulation of new and partially depleted reservoirs, and exploration assets acquisition with limited data.
  • Worked with geoscientists recommending numerous new-drill, overlooked zones and structure opportunities.
  • Designed & implemented high profile solution for enviromental cleanup problem for several oil fields.

Confidential Company, Tulsa, OK  (1986-1992)

Senior Reservoir Engineer

§  Managed technical analysis and valuation of oil and gas assets valued in excess of $397 million.

§  National internal expert on best practices for technical review and organization-wide technology upgrades.

§  Technical analysis included volumetric field valuation and economic analysis (ARIES) of several hundred oil properties in OK and Texas.  Reservoir modeling included material balance, history matching, and reservoir simulation, and optimization of reservoir depletion planning including secondary and tertiary EOR techniques.

Confidential Company, Budapest, Hungary    (1991)

Valuation Consultant

§  Developed restructure plan including technical groups transition program and oil asset audit for national oil company with 30,000 employees and international operations shifting from socialist to international standards.

Occidental Petroleum, Tulsa, OK    (1984-1986)

Corporate Strategic Planner and Research Associate

§  Management team developed strategic plan and production optimization program for west coast field.

§  Performed petrophysical analysis of core samples for sweep efficiency and stress fracing of international fields.

Exxon/Mobil, Midland & Houston, TX  (1980-1983)

Regional Economic Analyst & Strategic Planner

§  Completed optimization study of Permian waterflood programs; reduced operating expenses by 15%.

EDUCATION

MBA – Finance University of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK

BS in Petroleum Engineering University of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK

BS in Systems Engineering (Equiv.) University of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK

BA in History & Economics (Equiv.)Trinity College, Hartford, CT

Systems Skills

ARIES, ARGUS, Quest Project Estimation, MS Office 2007, MS Project

Memberships

SPE, CFA Institute, CCIM, Rotary International

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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 Reservoir Engineer with MBA, MS Petroleum Engineering, BS Chemical Engineering seeking Energy Opportunities

Energy Resume Energy CV of Candidate 99126.  MBA, MS Petroleum Engineering, BS Chemical Engineering.  Experienced Reservoir Engineer seeking new energy opportunities.  Expert in EOR, heavy oil, conventional, non-conventional and CBM assets.  Open to US and Canada relocation.

PROFILE:

  • 7+ years experience in reservoir engineering, simulation and numerical modeling.
  • Worked on conventional, non-conventional (EOR), heavy oil and CBM assets
  • Extensively applied reservoir engineering tools including reservoir surveillance, statistical, graphical and simulation tools. Proficiency in reservoir engineering and pattern management practices including material balance, injection optimization, conformance improvement, flood pattern surveillance, and performance forecasting.
  • Demonstrated strong technical, analytical, problem solving and project management skills.
  • Reservoir Simulation skills: Proficiency in streamline, compositional and black oil models (CMG, Eclipse, and Exodus). Specialized knowledge of CO2 miscible, thermal and heavy oil reservoir simulation model building and use.
  • Extensive exposure to oil and gas operations including drilling, completions and facilities design.
  • Experience in economic analysis, economic models and asset value assessment
  • Ability to manage multiple projects, keeping track of daily progress and associated costs and implementing cost-control measures to ensure projects are completed at or below budget.
  • Excellent communication skills (verbal, written and presentation)
  • Track record of identifying opportunities to improve reserves through new technology, reservoir analysis and management techniques.
  • Ability to interact effectively with cross-functional teams and stakeholders.
  • Experience in analysis of heavy oil reservoirs with primary, water and steam injection processes. Strong data analysis and computer skills.
  • Experience in analysis of CO2 miscible floods and other EOR mechanisms.
  • Extensive experience with asset development and reservoir management experience.
  • Demonstrated skills in data analysis and statistics,
  • Demonstrated strong team working mentoring and training skills

WORK EXPERIENCE

Supervisor, Reservoir Engineering (M.Sc., P.Eng.):

January 2004 – Present

Major Independent

  • Identify opportunities to improve asset reserves through new technology, acquisitions, optimization and proper field management techniques.
  • Design, develop and monitor multi-lateral horizontal well development plan (including reserves and economic evaluation) for a laterally discontinuous reservoir
  • Design, develop and monitor of CO2 miscible flood pilots
  • Develop a CO2 commercial development plan for several Fields
  • Successfully designed and developed heavy oil Druid field with horizontal wells-bottom water control (conning)
  • Reservoir engineering assessment of heavy oil thermal Pilot (CSS and SAGD) for field. Conducted sensitivity study for SAGD operations, including start up strategy, steam split between casing and tubing, steam chamber pressure, steam quality and injection rate.
  • Evaluated performance of SAGD versus combination of horizontal producers and vertical injectors.  Compared growth of steam chamber in gas cap and non-gas cap areas. Recommend location of the initial pilot.
  • Water flood analysis and optimization for various pools within the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin including PTA on vertical and horizontal wells, pattern performance analysis and identifying infill drilling potential.
  • Develop and update various black oil and compositional simulation models for reservoir assessment including production history matching and phase behavior modeling for various oils and gas samples.
  • Evaluate various fields in Alberta and Saskatchewan for EOR and EGR potential
  • Evaluate reserves
  • Co-ordinate/support reservoir studies (experimental and simulation) contracted out to consultants
  • EUB/ADOE compliance related to enhanced oil recovery.
  • Provide guidance, coaching, mentorship as required to New Ventures EIT/Junior/Intermediate reservoir engineers
  • Provide general reservoir engineering/well test support.
  • Conduct in-house reservoir simulation studies for EOR projects.
  • Work with New Ventures manager to prioritize, define workflows, help establish timelines/deadlines/milestones and ensure New Ventures reservoir engineering projects are completed in a timely and appropriate fashion.
  • Oversee technical reviews of New Ventures reservoir engineering projects
  • Track New Ventures reservoir capital cost budget on regular basis – make sure we are within capital budget

Reservoir Engineer: January 2002 – January 2004

Service Company

  • Evaluate reserves.
  • Interpreting well logs and other geological data.
  • Conduct PVT analysis for chemical, hydrocarbon and CO2 miscible floods.
  • Conduct reservoir simulation studies for oil and gas clients.
  • Evaluate oil recovery from enhanced oil recovery and water flooding schemes.
  • Assess CO2 flooding potential for various pools in Alberta.
  • Analyze field performance.
  • Develop strong working relationship with clients.
  • Development of VAPEX and CSS simulation models.

Research assistant: May 2001 – Dec 2002.

University of Calgary / Imperial oil resources.

  • Developed, tested and validated a heavy oil numerical simulator.
  • Investigated the improved oil recovery in heavy oil reservoirs.
  • Developed simulation models for depletion of heavy oil reservoirs

Process Engineer: September 1998 – Dec 1999.

Small Independent.

  • Worked in a team of experience chemical engineers on the design and operation of a mixing unit
  • Acquired supervision skills by co-coordinating contract labor
  • Analyzed plant performance and recommended new opportunities
  • Employed technical expertise to trouble-shooting facility operating problems

Special Projects:

  • Developed simulation models.
  • Investigated the effect of capillary number on gas mobility during flow in reservoirs.

Key courses:

  • Reservoir engineering.
  • Reservoir simulation.
  • Phase behavior of Oil and Gas system.
  • Advance topics in heat and mass transfer.
  • Applied numerical methods
  • Well testing
  • Well logging and formation evaluation
  • Water flooding
  • Phase behavior analysis.
  • Petroleum engineering (Drilling and production operations)
  • Petroleum/chemical engineering design
  • Engineering economics.

EDUCATION

Masters of Business Administration, November 2010

Cornell-Queens MBA.

Masters of Science, Petroleum Engineering, November 2002

University of Calgary, Faculty of engineering

Bachelor of Science, Chemical Engineering, June 1998

University of Lagos, Lagos.

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Senior Production Engineer Jobs Calgary Canada CA

Senior Production Engineer
Calgary, Alberta
Overall Responsibilities and Key Accountabilities:
• Monitor and analyze barriers to optimum efficiency in field, including wells, pipelines and facilities;
• Recognize and prepare workover and well performance enhancement opportunity programs;
• Work with the team to develop opportunities to enhance production and prioritize downhole work procedures;
• Act as a liaison between Calgary and field operations;
• Develop and execute capital budget for field production optimization and facility maintenance; and
• Monitor and improve operating costs, enhancing net back in area of responsibility.Knowledge, Skills and Experience Required:
• University degree in Engineering and a registered APEGGA member;
• Minimum 10 years related industry experience directly involved with production engineering;
• Understanding of open hole and cased hole logs;
• Experience with artificial lift, pump design and pressure transient analysis;
• Knowledge of environmental, regulatory and safety guidelines;
• Highly organized with excellent project management abilities;
• Familiarity with well modeling tools such as Fekete’s Virtual well, Piper and MBA;
• Understanding of costs and economic requirements;
• Self-motivated and results-oriented; and
• Team focused with excellent communication skills.

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