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Senior Reservoir Engineer Advisor Unconventional Houston Texas

SENIOR RESERVOIR ENGINEER ADVISOR UNCONVENTIONAL

HOUSTON, TEXAS

Great opportunity to join a Global Energy Company in their Houston office.

As an experienced Senior Reservoir Engineer you will have the unique opportunity to serve on the Company’s central Shale team. 

In addition, you will provide expertise in the following:

 
* Share best practices on shale characterization and development concepts to BU’s

* Lead multi-functional teams in framing, planning, and conducting shale development or performance review studies

* Provide general reservoir engineering services on shale development in support of business units

* Coordinate collection of analog data on shale development and share data with business units

* Participate in or lead peer reviews of business unit projects/assets

* Represent the Firm in JIP’s 

Ideal Candidate will have the following required qualifications:
* B.S. or higher in Petroleum Engineering

* At least 15 years experience in reservoir engineering with emphasis on shale characterization and development

* More than 5 years experience managing development of shale reservoirs

* Strong level of knowledge of use of analytical or numerical tools to forecast shale reservoir performance

* Strong leadership skills

* Strong business and customer focus

* Excellent communication skills

* Good team player 

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Reservoir Engineer Jobs Houston Texas TX

RESERVOIR ENGINEER

HOUSTON, TEXAS

Join this cutting edge Energy Company in their Houston office.  As one of the key Reservoir Engineers you will be able to develop and sharpen your skills in both waterflooding and CO2 flooding areas.  Development and step-out drilling, new project development, pattern expansions and surveillance, enhancement opportunities, business planning and reserves growth will be key drivers for this challenging assignment.
To be considered for this position you must possess the following required qualifications:
  • BS in Engineering.
  • Minimum 5 years upstream oil & gas experience with 2 years in reservoir engineering focusing on secondary or enhanced oil recovery.
  • Demonstrated results in adding value through solid engineering and business / economic techniques.
  • Ability to make technically sound decisions and recommendations with less than perfect or complete input data.
  • Ability to interact in a cross-functional team environment and represent the company with other working interest partners.
  • Ability to be viewed as a leader on projects.
  • Ability to get a project pass the idea and design stage.
  • Business planning and reserves knowledge.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to be creative and the desire to solve problems.
Additional Desired Qualifications:
  • CO2 experience would be a benefit.
  • Knowledge in geologic models.

An outstanding Total Compensation Package will be offered the selected Candidate.


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Exploitation Engineer Jobs Houston Texas TX

EXPLOITATION ENGINEER

HOUSTON, TEXAS

Join a leading Energy Company as their experienced Exploitation Engineeer that will be part of the Asset Development Team.

Your duties will be to coordinate the planning and financial activities for the multi-discipline Asset Development Team. Prepare and analyze business plans, economic evaluations, reserves evaluations, production forecasts, expense forecasts, AFE preparation, and capital requirements. Drive the project evaluation process, which includes; scope, identification of critical path and bottlenecks, milestones, tracking, capital efficiency, and resource requirements. Ensure that reservoir development, operations, and facilities activities are fully integrated. This key position will also be the focal point for handling the outside operated entities within the business unit, including analyzing AFE’s and project performance.

 

Required Qualifications:
  • Engineering Degree with a minimum of 5 years Oil & Gas Industry experience in development and operations.
  • Strong business background and understanding of key financial measures.
  • Strong analytical skills.
  • Leadership skills and ability to effectively interact with other professionals to advance projects/ideas.
  • Excellent interpersonal and team work skills.
  • Ability to handle multiple assignments and meet deadlines.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills 
Additional Desired Qualifications:

Experience with Merak/PEEP, DSS

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Senior Staff Reservoir Engineer Jobs Oklahoma City Oklahoma OK

Senior Staff Reservoir Engineer

Our Client is seeking talented individuals for the position of Senior Reservoir Engineer.  This position is based at the Oklahoma City, OK office and reports to the Manager – Reservoir Engineering. We are actively seeking those with the drive and energy to join the most active drilling company in the U.S. and a desire to be part of a growing enterprise and who value the opportunity to engineer conventional and non-conventional onshore U.S. gas focused assets.   Candidates should be proficient in all areas of Reservoir Engineering including well test analysis, material balance, secondary recovery methods, performance analysis, fluid properties, volumetric recovery methods and project economics. 

Excellent Total Compensation Package including full relocation will be offered to the selected candidate!

Responsibilities include:

  • Coordinating project development and implementation with geoscience, drilling, production, and land professionals.
  • Integrating well performance/nodal analysis, pressure transient analysis, material balance, volumetric and decline curve analyses in the evaluation are essential.
  • Performing field and screening studies of existing assets and potential acquisitions, including associated economic analyses.
  • Acquiring and analyzing the necessary test data used to define accurate reservoir characterization.
  • Exploration project evaluations include probabilistic analyses and providing monitoring and surveillance programs for reservoir performance, and coordinate these programs to determine if the development plan is conforming to management strategy.

Qualifications include:

  • Ten (10) plus years of industry experience with a minimum of five (5) years reservoir engineering experience.
  • Expertise in economic evaluation and reserve assessment for exploration programs, development drilling programs, workovers and production optimization opportunities.
  • Knowledge and practical application of volumetric calculations, decline curve reserve determinations, appropriate analogue techniques and material balance assessments.
  • Skills associated with reservoir simulation techniques considered a plus.
  • Aries for reserve reporting and economic calculations. Previous Aries experience is not required but is considered a benefit to any potential candidate.
  • All business decisions are made in a team environment.  Successful candidates should have a broad understanding of the E&P business and be willing and able to communicate effectively with their peers in Geology, Operations and Drilling.
  • Mentoring of less experienced and inexperienced individuals is required.  Candidates should be patient but also willing to leverage the maximum work volume by delegating lesser tasks to associate engineers and engineering technicians.
  • Especially interested in unconventional experience associated with tight gas reservoirs, CBM development and shale gas resource work.

Also Required: A minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Petroleum, Chemical or Mechanical Engineering

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Energy Resume Energy CV Senior Production Facilities Engineer Experienced in Western Canada CA

Energy Resume Energy CV of Candidate 12434.  Senior production and facilities engineer with over 10 years of experience in the WCSB.  Areas of focus have included; Foothills Deep Gas, Plains Shallow Gas, and Plains Heavy Oil. Working in each of these areas has been able to build a strong foundation in production engineering/operations, facilities engineering/operations, completions engineering and workover operations.  Consistently demonstrated exceptional communication and project management skills.  Reliably develop and execute efficient capital and maintenance programs to maximize value extracted while focusing on operational cost reduction.  Self-motivated and highly adaptable to standards and processes where they exist or eager to implement or improve processes where they are lacking or don’t exist, especially relating to safety, regulatory and environmental compliance.

Professional Experience

Major Energy Firm, Calgary Alberta                                                                                                                                            2005 – 2009

Production / Facilities Engineer, Bighorn South SBU

  • Production and facilities engineer and project manager on the Berland (30 mmcfd), Edson/Carrot Creek (20 mmcfd) and Aurora/Ferrier (18mmcfd) unconventional gas, sour gas and conventional oil areas in the Canadian Foothills Gas Region, with capital programs in the $80-$110 MM annually.
  • Involved in the planning, developing and budget preparation of 1, 2 and 5 year full field capital and maintenance strategies with multidisciplinary teams including G & G, development engineering, surface land, joint interest and operational staff.  Worked with operations on facility optimization and maintenance programs including initiating operating cost reduction and greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction strategies.
  • Worked closely on the design, scoping, estimating, AFE management and execution of these projects with EPC, construction, safety and operations groups. (including commissioning, HAZOP, management of change (MOC), shutdown key reviews and conducting extensive lookbacks) 
  • Worked closely with drilling and completions to improve well on-stream cycle times through concurrent operations (reducing flare and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction initiative)
  • Worked closely with surface land to update area operating agreements (AOA’s), resolve ungulate restriction issues and ensure all D56 regulatory requirements have been met for facility and pipeline projects.
  • Provided support to acquisitions and divestitures which included review and evaluation of wells, pipeline systems and facilities.  Worked on the oil property sale and the gas property divestiture package.
  • Coordinated bi-monthly area asset team meetings in the field including well reviews and facility optimization reviews, attended monthly field safety review meetings
  • Responsible for new well production tracking, optimizing and making recommendations for well completions.
  • Responsible for developing continued optimization strategies for gas well de-liquification including continuous installation of plungerlift, annular well control systems and wellsite booster compression.
  • Worked with operations and Energy Efficiency Initiative group to install REM Slipstream Technology in the Ferrier 12-33 sour gas booster site (capture vented hydrocarbons, a greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction initiative).
  • Continuous redesign and improvement of wellsites and padsites towards developing standard print packages.   Collaborated with operations to design a near zero emissions wellsite (a GHG emissions reduction initiative).
  • Initiated, installed and commissioned approximately 11km of 6-inch Fibrespar composite pipe which realized a 10% savings in cost over steel and was 20% faster in installation.
  • Successfully installed and commissioned the Leland 30 mmcfd grassroots booster compressor and flow splitter.  This $10MM joint interest project was commissioned on time and realized 5 mmcfd of incremental gas production. 

Completions Engineer, Gas SBU                                                        2004 – 2005

  • Primary completions lead engineer for the 2005 Shallow Gas infill capital program consisting of 560 new shallow gas wells. Well workover activity included identifying 150 re-fracs and 100 re-completions.  Suffield gas had an overall capital budget of $110 MM.
  • Responsible for designing and programming of 400 shallow gas wells for multiple zone completion and stimulation, worked with multidisciplinary team to develop and coordinate area budgets for completions and workover activity.
  • Worked with business services on hiring of service rigs and completion services, cost estimate, AFE generation and taking well calls.  Supervised two lead field completion consultants (up to eight total).
  • Worked with multidisciplinary team to identify new well and workover candidates, supervised and mentored junior staff and summer interns on programming new well and workover candidates.
  • Coordinated bi-weekly field meetings with completion consultants, operations, area construction coordinator and area safety coordinator to review completion and construction crew movement and to conduct a safety review.
  • Implemented new frac and perforating strategy developed by team to help reduce per well cost while focusing on continuous load leveling throughout the year.
  • Worked directly with other SBU’s (Brooks area SBU’s) to obtain and better utilize area frac services, including logging, perforating, tank storage and trucking services.

Production / Facilities Engineer, Gas SBU                                     2002 – 2004

  • Primary SBU production / facilities engineer for new facility, facility modification, facility optimization, new pipeline installation, gas well de-liquification and gas gathering system optimization for the areas.
  • Worked closely on the design, scoping, cost estimating, AFE management, accrual, project management and execution of several capital programs and operations projects with EPC, construction, safety and operations groups (including commissioning, HAZOP, and conducting extensive lookbacks).
  • Successfully installed 3550hp Koomati grassroots booster station along with facility modification of the existing Koomati main station.  This $7.3MM project increased capacity to 60 mmcf/d in the Koomati area.
  • Siphon String/Tubing Pull program – $2MM well optimization initiative requiring the removal of 2 3/8 tubing from 125 shallow gas wells and the installation of 0.7” HDPE in 400 wells for gas well de-liquification.
  • Successfully installed and commissioned an additional 4700hp of natural gas compression to the existing CD compressor station.  This $2.6MM project had an overall net system gain of 3.5 mmcfd.
  • CD Sales Compressor Station & CD Spine Project ($4.5MM project) – Successfully installed and commissioned a 2350hp grassroots compressor station capable of 50 mmcfd process and the installation of 2 miles of 16-inch mainline with 6 miles of 6-inch pipeline laterals tying in 4 gas production batteries.

Major Oil and Gas Firm, Calgary Alberta

Production Engineer, Gas Southeast BU                                      2001 – 2002

  • Production engineer responsible for gas well de-liquification, gas gathering and facility system optimization.
  • AB-11/B1-5 Siphon String Project – evaluated the effectiveness of siphon strings on low gas well producers, set up for 2002 siphon string project.

Production Engineer, Oil Southeast BU                        1998 – 2001

  • Production engineer responsible for oil well optimization and workover maintenance programs for the South Jenner, Dieppe, Deberg and Dakota conventional heavy oil fields (under active waterflood), which produced approximately 14,000 bopd.
  • Worked directly with service rig consultants on developing workover programs, cost estimating, AFE generation and taking well calls.
  • Worked with vendors to obtain contracts for service rig usage, purchasing rotary screw pumps, electric submersible pumps and surface drivers and motors.
  • Evaluated and identified well optimization candidates for speed up and pump upsizing.  Initial well completion design for artificial lift (ESP, PCP and beam pump), power optimization, waterflood management (through injector recompletions), cost estimating and project management.
  • Successfully re-completed 13 oil wells over to water injection increasing overall field injection capacity to 31,000 m3/d in South Jenner.
  • Successfully initiated the installation of primary three phase above ground and below ground power to the area.  This 5.0 MW of additional power allowed for the conversion of all gas driven pumping systems into electrical systems. Worked with operations to convert 65 natural gas pump drivers over to electric.  Worked with operations to convert 50 beam pumps over to progressive cavity pumps.
  • Successfully installed the first two electric submersible pumps (ESP’s) in South Jenner for oil well production optimization purposes.

Education:

Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Engineering,

University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada 1998

Software Skills:

Microsoft Office, PVR, PVR Wizard, PEEP, Accumap, PIPESIM, WEM, C-FER, FAST Piper and Virtuwell.

Certifications & Memberships:

  • Association of Professional Engineers, Geologists, Geophysicists of Alberta – Professional Engineer
  • Emergency First Aid CPR Level A (expires Aug 2011),
  • H2S Alive (expires Aug 2011), W.H.M.I.S. and TDG
  • Member of the Petroleum Society of the CIM,
  • Society of Petroleum Engineers, and Gas Processors Association of Canada

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Reserves Engineer Jobs Houston Texas TX

Reserves Engineer

Houston, Texas

Our client, is seeking and experienced Reserves Engineer to provide engineering and database expertise to complete various corporate requests quickly and accurately.

In this key role you will provied the following duties and responsibilities:

· Provide support for Reserves processes including Internal and SEC Reserve Reporting and bank updates

· Provide support for Planning processes including Monthly Forecasts, Monthly Operating Report, Budgeting, and Portfolio

· Provide support for Acquisition and Divestiture processes including cashflows, database conversions, price sensitivities, and business development slides as required

· Provide user support for PEEP economics software. Field calls from engineers, technologists, and planners.

· Provide SQL Server database expertise to solve complex problems, design company-wide reports, and streamline workflows for engineers, technologists and planners throughout organization

The ideal candidate we have the following experience qualifications:

· Minimum 3 years of oil and gas experience working with economics, reserves, and technical evaluations

· BS in engineering or computer science required.

· Proficient using MS Office products (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Access) and aptitude for designing, maintaining, and linking technical software.

· Prior experience using Visual Basic and/or SQL languages

· Familiarity with SQL Server or Oracle databases

· Prior experience and working knowledge of PEEP and/or Aries.

· Ability to work in a fast paced environment and prioritize workload

· Highly organized

· Consistent accuracy and strong attention to detail critical

· Excellent interpersonal skills to effectively interact with internal department members and external vendors

· Team player with strong communication skills

· Willingness to accept work schedule with various demands, which will vary as departmental workload fluctuates

· Requires limited supervision

The successful candidate will be offered and excellent total compensation package including incentive plans and generous benefits.

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Energy Resume Energy CV MS Reservoir Engineer extensive Canadian and China Exploration Evaluation Experience IOR EOR

Energy Resume Energy CV of Candidate 99117.  M.S. Reservoir Engineering with experience as a Reservoir, Exploration and Evaluations Engineer.  Extensive experience in reservoir engineering in oil operation, gas exploration and underground gas storage. Technical skills included waterflood study, depletion and development planning, IOR and EOR.

Skills & Experience:

2008 – 2009            Reservoir Engineer, Canada

  • Maintain SPS US gas storage asset reservoir work- update historical SI pressure analysis, gas sample , water test ,  flow test and spinner survey summary, tracing water production issue and SPS injection and withdrawal performance strategy, well performance, workover and recompletion review
  • Assist with the operation and maintenance of natural gas storage fields, weekly reported to monitor field and well response to injections, withdrawals, and shut-ins to ensure the integrity of the reservoir and the gas inventories; establish well backpressure C, N model to monitor pressure and flow limits for the injection and withdrawal cycles; perform periodic inventory verification studies
  • Inventory verification – collect, evaluate and analyze BHP pressure and inventory data, develop P/Z Vs. inventory graphs for SPS gas inventory verification; develop a aquifer model for SPS water drive gas reservoir and estimation of aquifer effect to reservoir capability; corrected pipeline fuel gas Inventory for WGS US asset
  • Deliverability assurance – assist in developing and utilizing a predictive reservoir capability model( Nodal analysis and exponent ional decline curve)  to forecast future well and field gas production, recommended SPS well withdrawal targets
  • Well performance evaluation- identification of work over candidate on existing wells/reservoir (perfs, acid treatment, gas control), recommend SPS 4 wells recompletion and 4 wells acid treatment; Perform post-well work over evaluations of projected reserves and production, initial increased WGV 1.5 Bcf by workover  project
  • Development and implementation of SPS reservoir models to maintain and enhance the deliverability as well as the potential expanded storage capacity. Mini-data Frac analysis and build gas storage injection reservoir model; Combined  reservoir models and revised compressor testing curve  as well pressure loss mathematic model to forecast SPS max potention extra injectivity 3 bcf
  • Dewater assessment project, improved MBE model and gas loss model  for Suffield I pool gas migration issue and additional 2 bcf  inventory

2003 – 2007        Staff Engineering Technologist, Large Energy Firm, Canada

  • Calculated light oil water flood field voidage replacement of enhanced recovery schemes; provided quarterly water injection targets for the field (111 nine-sport pattern and 9 HZ injectors) as well as group production performance for the 9 HZ injectors.
  • Revised the waterflood strategy by adjusting the waterflood injection rate and pattern design, thereby reducing the injection rate by 600 m3/d, which greatly reduced water treatment costs, and controlled the water cut which had been increasing at 1% per year.
  • Conducted 3 pool depletion plan studies. Participated in the development of detailed reservoir engineering studies and reservoir simulation for drilling 18 HZ injectors in the Valhalla Doe Creek I Pool (2000 BOE/D), the Valhalla Halfway C 3 well conversion and waterflood reactivation project as well as the Valhalla Charlie Lake waterflood assessment.
  • Conducted production optimization , annual 400+ well review and well packer isolation failure review, stimulation injectors and provided workover, completion suggestions and reserves estimation.
  • Provided reservoir engineering support and reserves estimation for exploitation, completion and workover including Belloy formation, Charlie Lake, Doe Creek, Halfway C (Method: volumetric oil & gas, decline analysis, material balance oil & P/Z)
  • Coordinated the 61 well annual pressure survey, BHP report and pas file submission prepared programs, and interpreted results from the pressure surveys, and submit results to AEUB within the required deadlines.
  • Analyzed 12 exploration well testing in the Cardium, Dunvegan, Grande Cache, Cadomin, Boundary Lake, Charlie Lake, Halfway, and Banff Formations to study reservoir parameters, drive mechanism & reserves size.
  • Familiar with OFM & DSS software, monitored reservoir and production performance, injector optimization, conformance improvement, flood pattern surveillance, and performance forecasting e.g diagnose Waterflood field existing problem, wellbore channeling and region flux due to overinjection (Hall plot, conformance plot, streamline, Hydraulic efficiency etc.)

1997 – 2002       Exploitation/Reservoir Engineer, International Company, China

  • Monitored well performance, adjusting heavy oil injection water targets and predicted monthly production ration, year-end production ration. Completed separated-zone water injection plan and oilfield injection water optimization for the oil field (Member of the 1st prize of science technology)
  • Production optimization- identification of work over candidate on existing wells/reservoir (perfs, change pump size, acid treatment) , perform post-well work over evaluations of projected reserves and production . Acidized to remove formation damage in Bohai Bay oil field. (Daily production rate increased 3600 bbl s, the project was awarded the first prize)
  • Researched  and completed  a new offshore oil field 30 wells completion perforation scenarios and  successful put into  operation program
  • Designed a new oilfield development model and program as well as economic assessments. Researched PVT and formation testing of assessment wells, determined production well open flow capacity ,  new oilfield development model, well patterns, well density and well spacing predicted oilfield depletion performance, sensitivity and feasibility and risk.
  • Reserves evaluation and management: Updated oilfield reserves changes and the oilfield development database ; Edited semi-annual and annual oilfield production reports and annual oilfield development technology strategies report
  • Research several heavy oil fields development and operation standard in Bohai Bay. Including reservoir characteristics, fluid propery, waterflooding rules, production forecasting, reserves and recovery estimation , operation strategy and development plan study

Education:

2004-2006              Master of Engineering degree in Reservoir Engineering

University of Calgary, Canada

1994-1997             Master of Science degree in Development Engineering

Daqing Petroleum University (Daqing, China)

1990-1994              Bachelor of Science degree in Production Engineering

Daqing Petroleum University (Daqing, China)

Professional Development:

Course & Training: DST, Waterflooding, CBM Operation, Fractured Reservoir, Reservoir Engineering I, Phase Behaviour of Oil and Gas, Secondary and Tertiary Recovery, Engineering Economics, Thermal Recovery, CO2 Flooding, Horizontal Well Technology, Well Logging and Formation Evaluation, Drilling and Completion, Well Completion & Workover & Stimulation, Advanced Production Engineering, underground  Gas Storage

Engineering Software:

DSS, OFM, Accumap, PVR, Peep, Energy Navigator, PasportRW, Fekete, Saphir, Virtuwell, Wellflow, REBALANCE

Memberships:

P.Eng –APEGGA

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Petroleum Financial Reserves Engineer Jobs Houston Texas TX

Petroleum Financial Reserves Engineer

Houston Texas

Our client, a major financial firm is searching for an additional experienced Engineer to support their financial functions relating to reserves lending. This is an outstanding opportunity to join  a major solid financial institution that has an established presence in the Energy industry.

The ideal candidate will have at least 8-10 yrs of experience in U.S. petroleum reservoir engineering.  You should have been with an upstream E&P company working as a  reservoir or M&A consultant or in a financial institution. Would prefer some financial background if possible, but work with reservoir consultants or M&A firms will be considered. Must be well versed in Office Software programs, especially Excel, as well as Aries and Phd Win reserve programs. In this key role, you will evaluate oil and gas reserves, systems, pipelines and markets in order to support lending and investment decisions. Frequent travel may be involved, primarily in U.S and Canada. Must be able to write and present his/her conclusions effectively with senior management of the bank and its customers, and other bankers and outside representatives.

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Reservoir Engineering Specialist Jobs Texas TX

Reservoir Engineering Specialist

Beautiful Texas Hill Country!

Our client, a leader in the Oil and Gas Industry is seeking to add an additional experienced Reservoir Engineering Specialist to their staff.  The key job duties and responsibilities will be as follows:

·         Management of Aries database for all producing properties

·         Preparation of periodic reserve and cash flow analysis reports

·         Preparation of various reports for President, and CFO  related to economic performance, projections and variances

·         Economic analysis support to Geology, Drilling, Completions and Production Departments

 

Experience and skills required:

·         Undergraduate degree in Engineering, Business, or Mathematics

·         Minimum of 5 years of industry experience

·         Ability to work in a team oriented multi-disciplinary environment with various groups

·         Minimum of 3 years experience involving reserve and economic analysis of oil and gas wells

·         Experience with reservoir decline curve analysis

·         Experience with Aries software is strongly desired, although experience with other petroleum economic analysis programs such as PeeP, PHDWin, and OGRE will be considered

Benefits: The selected candidate would be eligible for employer matched 401K, incentive bonus plan, free gym membership and half day Fridays.  An excellent medical/dental program will also be offered.


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Energy Resume Energy CV Candidate 12182180 Oil & Gas Masters Prepared Petroleum Engineer with experience with Economic Evaluations, Reserves, Acquisition, Divestiture and Field Development

ENGINEER – OIL & GAS EXPLORATION & PRODUCTION

Increased Revenues / Profitability s New Well Development s Project Leadership

Dynamic, hands-on leader with history of maximizing both top line and profitability by overseeing all aspects of large oil & gas projects. Expertise in conducting in-depth analysis and conducting studies to determine project financial viability. Broad, in-depth knowledge of industry. Poised professional with superlative communication skills; adept at building key relationships with customer leaderships, and contractors, and regulatory agency professionals. Proven ability to effectively motivate and pilot goal-focused, highly productive teams. Equally adept in both back-office operations and in field. Dedicated to achieving highest quality levels while serving both short- and long-term corporate objectives.

Areas of Expertise

s Financial Due Diligence       s Team Leadership      s Proposal Creation

s Strategic Planning    s Quality Assurance / Control s Documentation Mgmt.

s Operations Coordination      s Regulatory Compliance        s Communications

s Contractor Relations            s New Opportunity Recognition        s Customer Service

s Financial Mgmt. / P&L        s Field Studies / Forecasting   s Problem Resolution

PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY

Confidential Company           Houston, TX

Reservoir Engineer- Contract assignment       06/10 to 09/10

Provided client with Deep Water field study and reserve documentation. Conducted field study to identify  operated  opportunities. Provided  reserves input documentation and RyVol reserves calculations. Conducted geological / engineering review of 8 mapped fault blocks.

Confidential Company           Houston, TX

Senior Reservoir Engineer- Contract assignment       2008 to 2009

Provided YE 08 reserve, investment, and expense documentation  using PHD-WIN, plus identified $20M re-development opportunities.

Conducted field study to identify 50 PBP & PUD opportunities; obtained 200 production records from Dwights, and conducted geological / engineering review of 100 mapped fault blocks. Analyzed each reservoir drive mechanism, authored assessment of each fault-block development history, and created specific well-work proposal for obtaining remaining reserves.

Confidential Company           Houston, TX

Senior Reservoir Engineer         2006-2008

Confidential Major Independent – Provided reserves data to Netherland, Sewell & Associates: Developed Q1 & Q2 08 new drilling result reserve bookings for proprietary shale gas horizontal drilling program in Arkoma Basin, Fayetteville Shale, Overton, and Marcellus Shale.

Created Aries database and PowerPoint drilling results presentation. Reviewed drilling pattern, horizontal leg length, number of frac stages, and surface microseismic measured frac orientation & length. Optimized productivity by reviewing volume of pumped proppant effects to forecast GUR.

Provided reserves data to Ryder Scott Company: Developed YE 07 reserves documentation for $30M re-development of newly acquired GOM shelf properties for company reserve adds (PUD, PBP) and changes (PDP).

Evaluated all projects in PEEP (using decline curve analysis and volumetrics) to develop YE Budget. Coordinated operating costs, project timing, and investment input from Production Department; fields included newly acquired Gulf of Mexico shelf assets.

Provided reserves data to Cawley, Gillespie & Associates, Consultant: Developed YE 06 reserves documentation for $10M redevelopment of newly acquired property; reserves included adds (PUD, PBP) and changes (PDP).

Evaluated all projects in Aries and performed wellbore utility studies of shut-in and low-rate wells to identify and assess recompletion and re-drill opportunities; extended life of field, which enhanced cashflow and project ROR.

Facilitated successful field-work implementation, additional reserve, production, and accelerated cashflow by providing management-ready well-work descriptions, reserves, and cash flow projections. Improved interpretation of early field performance by researching old well files, analyzing logs, correlating petrophysical information, and amending maps; increased ROR on field purchase vs. initial forecast. Collaborated with geology on prospect risk analysis by recommending purchase of Rose & Associates – Prospect Risk Analysis Suite; subsequently calculated single zone probabilistic resource estimation, chance factor determination, and multi zone amalgamated prospect resource distribution for multiple zones.

MERRILL LYNCH   Philadelphia, PA

Financial Advisor        2000 to 2005

POGO PRODUCING COMPANY  Houston, TX

District Petroleum Engineer (1995 to 1998) | Senior Petroleum Engineer (1998 to 2000)

1995 to 2000 Directed all aspects of managing petroleum production fields for Company. Field assignments included: Thailand offshore (Tantawan, Benchamas, Maliwan), Texas onshore (Lopeno), New Mexico onshore (Lea Co. fields) and GOM OCS (Louisiana State Lease 340, EC 334/335 and WC 252/253).

Key projects details:

Generated $50M for Company by identifying behind-pipe and undeveloped reserves in existing fields. Identified the following: 200 gas zones for commingling in Lopeno Field, South Texas; 500 oil zones for commingling in Southeast New Mexico; 30 partially depleted gas zones ready for new production, and 200 gas zones for commingling in Tantawan Field, Offshore Thailand.

Originated and designed field development program for $100M Benchamas-A and B fields, with 25 horizontal oil wells, gas wells and water flood injection wells; oil wells designed for 3000 BOPD productivity. Also originated and designed a field development program for E. Cameron 334-E consisting of two 100 MMcfd completions.

Monitored outside operated properties, including Pogo’s 4% interest in Mobil-operated sidetracking of WC 352 A-3 to an alternate location.  Recognized bypassed zone of interest in openhole section of well after operator deemed well dry hole.  Well subsequently completed successfully.  Partners BIAPO. Conducted reservoir modeling for waterflood projects using Gemini Solutions–Merlin & Apprentice mapping & simulation software.

Led nodal analyses using Dwight’s PERFORM software; also evaluated reserves and cash flow using Munro Garrett-ARIES software, and retrieved production data using DWIGHT’S CD ROM and online services.

AGIP PETROLEUM Houston, TX

Senior Reservoir Engineer      1991 to 1995

Collaborated with Kaverner to implement deepwater subsea development and tieback to host platform of $20M Agip EB 112/156/157 field; selected wellhead, umbilical and control equipment. Also conducted DST design and testing for wells from semi-submersible drilling rig.

Also worked on other deepwater projects valued at $2M total, including Agip GB 208/252; handled DST design and testing from semi submersible drilling rig.

Initiated, authored, and conducted all Company-sponsored reservoir engineering partner meetings; provided recommendations for stimulation, cased-hole logging, workovers, recompletions, development drilling, and enhanced oil recovery projects. Secured partner consent for participation and initiated field work to achieve mechanical and economic success.

Operated $25M offshore water-flood at G1 102; novel completions incorporated continuous down hole pressure monitoring to dictate initiation / maintenance of water-flood injection while still above volatile oil bubble-point pressure.

Designed, implemented, and operated $8M offshore gas-flood of oil reservoir at SM 175; novel completions incorporated stacked series of multiple sliding sleeves to control expanding gas-flood front breakthrough.

Monitored water-flood voidage balance in two operated water-floods in West Delta 88 / 89, which improved flood front conformance and generated $4M in incremental DCF.

Oversaw outside operated high-producing Norphlet gas operations in Mobil-operated Mobile Bay 822/823 (“Mary Ann”) and horizontal attic oil redevelopment program in Shell-operated MC 194/195/150/151 (“Cognac” 1023’ WD).

As Company lead representative for evaluation of properties for acquisition, attended data rooms for Gulf of Mexico, Gulf of Suez, and Columbia.

Conducted reservoir engineering studies and wellbore utility field studies, and supervised three contract reservoir simulation studies by Intera and Petresim, which employed VIP and ECLIPSE software; identified additional reserves and accelerated all reserves depletion, which resulted in better project DCF metrics.

Individually evaluated all company US reserves and cash flow for SEC using ARIES software.  Interacted with DeGolyer & MacNaughton on Agips’ outside operated reserves determinations.

EDUCATION & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

M.S. Petroleum Engineering Systems – University of Louisiana at Lafayette

B.S. Petroleum & Natural Gas Engineering – Pennsylvania State University

B.A. Science – Elizabethtown College

Registered Professional Engineer – State of Texas

Registered Oil & Gas Operator – State of Texas

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