CV Mud Engineer - gas wells in Morrow and Atoka formations in New Mexico, horizontal oil wells
Mud Engineer - gas wells in Morrow and Atoka formations in New Mexico, horizontal oil wells
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Location (Residence): Artesia, United States Citizenship:United States
English United States Other:
Education & Experience:
Work Authorization & Relocation:
Vocational in Gunsmithing Years of Experience:
Authorized to work in: United States Present Location: United States, Artesia, NM Relocation: Anywhere (International)
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]
As a mud engineer, I have worked on wells varying from shallow vertical oil wells using
brine water systems, to high pressure gas wells using both water and oil based systems and much in between. Primarily, my experience has been in eastern New Mexico, but I have branched out at different times to both west Texas and the Ft. Worth areas. During this time, I have worked a majority of polymer xantham gum muds, but have also run lime based, oil based, fresh gel/ CLS muds, and others to suit the task at hand.
2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]
November, 2008 – Present
Artesia Lumber Company (Artesia, New Mexico)
Responsibilities: Daily testing and maintaining drilling fluids, primarily utilizing polymer systems for both gas and oil drilling. Primary focus was on gas wells in Morrow and Atoka formations in New Mexico as well as horizontal oil wells.
October, 2005 – November, 2008
Ambar/ LoneStar Drilling Fluids
Responsibilities: Testing and maintaining drilling fluids to the specifications as prescribed by either the mud program or operator’s company representative, as well as presenting recommendations based on my knowledge of the surrounding and similar wells. Wells included a wide array from high pressure gas fields in Jal, NM and Mentone, TX areas to oil wells, both shallow vertical holes and horizontals in the Barnett shale in Ft. Worth and surrounding areas.
February, 2005 – November, 2005
Ft. Bragg, NC, Ft. Carson, CO, Ft. Lewis, WA
CENTCOM-AP (Iraq and Kuwait)
Responsibilities – Small arms inspection and repair. Specific weapons to include light rifles (M4A1, M24) handguns (revolvers, M9, and 1911A1,) as well as crew served machine guns (M249, M240B, M2.)
US Army 1994-1995
MOS (98D) Emitter, Locator / Identifier
Morse code and direction finding operations
3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]
Ambar/ LoneStar Drilling Fluids School (Mud School)
Basic Drilling Fluids Technology/ Water and Oil Based – March – April, 2006
Colorado School of Trades (Gunsmithing)
Associates Degree (Gunsmithing – major) July, 2003 – September, 2004
Studies include: Firearms maintenance and repair; parts fit and manufacture; machine operations with manual lathe, mill, grinders and hand tools; gunstock design and finish.
McNeese St. University
Lake Charles, LA
Two years (English major) 1992-1993
Factory Certified Armorer:
Remington Arms Co.
4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
Basic knowledge of MS Word and MS Excel programs.
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
Five years gunsmithing and machining experience.
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]