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Location (Residence): Denver, United States Citizenship:United States
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PhD/MD in Petroleum Engineering Years of Experience:
Authorized to work in: United States, Iran, Islamic Rep. of Present Location: US, Denver Relocation: Qatar, United Arab Emirates
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]
Petroleum Engineering professional with background in gel polymer application for permeability modification and leak off control in hydraulic fracturing. Experienced in conducting engineering, technical, and economic evaluation and research. Currently, involved in technical and field application of hydraulic fracturing.
2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]
Adjunct Math Instructor- March 2008 till present
• Instructing math courses at Redstone College. Responsibilities include lecture preparation, preparing and grading exams, quizzes, assigning grades.
Halliburton Energy Services
Associate Technical Professional- Nov 2005 to May 2007
• Experienced as a frac engineer in support of hydraulic fracturing operation and quality control. Graduated an intensive training program as an ATP and worked as a field engineer in application of hydraulic fracturing in Western Colorado.
National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC)
Research Expert- June 2002 to July 2005
• Reviewed and evaluated research proposals prepared by the academic centers in the fields of enhanced oil recovery.
• Represented the R&D Directorate in a Think-Tank group focusing on the productivity improvement at all levels of the NIOC functions and activities.
• Organized the R&D's Seminar titled "Position of R&D in Oil &Gas Industry" with participation of BP and Statoil.
Amir Kabeer University
Instructor- Feb 2003 to June 2003
• Instructed a graduate course titled "Introduction to Stimulation" in the Amir Kabeer University (Tehran, Iran). The course focused on stimulation methods (i.e. Acidizing and Hydraulic Fracturing).
Marathon Oil Company
Summer intern ( Marathon Technology Center)-May to Aug 1999
• Simulated wellbore stability for developmental oil wells. Results were analyzed and a formal report was submitted.
• Second project involved enhancement of GOHFER simulator. Simulation studies were analyzed and a final report was submitted.
Amoco Oil Company
Summer intern- June to August 1998
• With a research grant, conducted experimental research investigating the effect of solid fluid loss additives on controlling fluid leak off in fractured reservoirs. Data obtained was analyzed and a formal written report was submitted.
Colorado School of Mines
Research Assistant- Aug 1995 to May 1998
• Investigated the efficiency of fluid loss additives in fractured reservoirs for a joint industry consortium (PERFORM). Presented the results in semi-annual meetings.
University of Kansas
Research Assistant- Sep 1988-May 1992
• Investigated the effects of high flow/high shear rates on permeability modification. Researched, analyzed, and compiled the results to substantiate experiment progress and findings. Presented experiment findings in formal weekly briefings. Finalized supporting documentation and reports.
Teaching Assistant-Sep to Dec 1992
• Instructed College Algebra in the Mathematics Department at the University of Kansas. Graded progressive course work, mid-term, and final examinations. Evaluated and wrote student course performance reports. Helped students with their course work.
3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]
Colorado School of Mines, Ph.D. in Petroleum Engineering graduated in May 2001.
Ph.D. research: Investigated slurry leak off control in fractured reservoirs by conducting slurry flow experiments in Plexiglas models.
University of Colorado in Denver, Masters of Science degree in International Business, graduated December 2000.
MS and BS degrees in Petroleum Engineering, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas.
Master's degree research: Conducted gel displacement experiments by flowing gel polymer solutions in a slim tube apparatus for investigating reservoir permeability modification