CV Drilling / Petroleum Engineer, Berry Petroleum, Denver CO
Drilling / Petroleum Engineer, Berry Petroleum, Denver CO
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Location (Residence): Denver, United States Citizenship:United States
English United States Other:
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Bachelors in Petroleum Engineering Years of Experience:
Authorized to work in: United States Present Location: USA, Denver Relocation: Anywhere (International)
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]
A highly motivated and hard working Drilling Engineer with almost 5 years of experience in the Oil and Gas Industry. Major strengths include underbalanced and managed pressure drilling operations with very good technical and operational background. An intelligent and reliable engineer who strives to improve operations and reduce costs.
Air/mist/foam and aerated drilling systems.
Underbalanced and managed pressure drilling operations.
Multi well pad, S curve and Horizontal wells.
Casing drilling technology.
Some high pressure/high temp experience.
Hard/abrasive drilling conditions.
High altitude drilling (over 8,000 elevation).
Major shale/coal instability and loss circulation.
2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]
Berry Petroleum. Denver CO, Drilling Engineer, Feb 2007- April 2009
Piceance Basin and Bossier/Haynesville Shale. Considerable field involvement and weekend duty.
Write and review under balanced drilling, casing, bit, cement, directional drilling (S-curve & Horizontal) and drilling fluid programs.
Assisted in reducing Piceance drilling times from 30 days to less than 10 days.
Identify probable causes of hole problems and review with Drilling Supervisors.
Analyze data and assist in service company selection.
Work closely with COGCC (Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission).
Fidelity E & P. Houston TX, Well Engineer, July 2006-Dec 2006
Split time as a night drilling supervisor and drilling engineer in the office.
Responsible for all daily and end of well paperwork (pacesetter, lessons learned, Five Day Forecast, etc.).
Supervise drilling operations and lead pre-tour safety meetings.
Assist in well planning (mud/cement programs, casing design, bit selection and hydraulics).
Coordinate operations with service companies.
Weatherford. Houston TX, field engineer, Oct 2005-July 2006
MWD/LWD field engineer.
Most experience was in the Barnett shale, south and east Texas.
Supervise and rig up tools.
Work closely with directional driller.
Monitor gamma ray to pick casing seats/etc.
Halliburton. Lafayette LA, lab technician summer internship, June-August 2004
Technician in cement lab. Ran various tests including thickening time, rheology, compressive strength, fluid loss, free water, and mud compatibility.
Franks International. Aberdeen Scotland, shop and field assistant, Dec 99-June 2000
Casing/Tubing cleaning and inspection.
Worked in the completions shop making up production assemblies for shipment offshore.
3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]
Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Engineering from University of Louisiana at Lafayette, Lafayette Louisiana. May 2005
Attended Marietta College, Marietta Ohio. 2000-2001
Industry Courses & Certificates
Masters Course in Drilling Engineering from Texas A&M. Spring 2009 Semester.
Murchison Drilling School. Operational Drilling Technology and Advanced Well Control. Albuquerque, NM. August 2008.
SPE Casing and Tubing Design Seminar. Denver, CO. November 2007.
IADC/API certified for Well Control (WellCap).
4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
Lone Star Steel (Casing Design Program)
Mudlite (underbalanced drilling software)
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
SPE and AADE member.
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]