CV Geologist experienced in Wellsite Geology Mud Logging United States Department of Energy Las VegasNV
Geologist experienced in Wellsite Geology Mud Logging United States Department of Energy Las VegasNV
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Location (Residence): Russellville, United States Citizenship:United States
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Bachelors in Geology Years of Experience:
Authorized to work in: United States Present Location: United States, Russellville Relocation: Anywhere (International)
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]
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In addition to gaining my Bachelor of Science Degree in Geology from Arkansas Tech University, I have experience managing mud logging crews on exploration wells throughout the US, both onshore and offshore. Personally commended by supervisors for my effectiveness in management and geology while being proficient using various drilling and logging methods in diverse geologic environments. Upon completion of my last position I left work for several months to help a family member that had become sick. I have been looking for employment as a geologist since the first of the year.
I believe that these qualifications, together with my experience and background, make me a strong candidate
Thank you for considering my application, and I look forward to meeting or talking with you in the near future.
2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]
United States Department of Energy Las Vegas NV
Well Site Geologist/Drilling Engineer Mar/2007 to Jul/2008
(14 Month Contract Position)
Supervised and managed a crew of core processors and drill rig personnel while conducting daily safety meetings to guarantee a safe working environment. Maintained records of drilling activities and all materials used, for billing purposes. Measured and recorded drill pipe, bits, and casing lengths to ensure proper depth control. Studied and interpreted well logs, analyzed cores and rock cuttings to classify formation changes and areas of concern. Data was utilized in the construction of Yucca Mountain Repository. Complete information was conveyed to the manager on a daily basis and turned over to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) for examination when drilling and sampling were completed.
Pason Systems USA Golden, CO
Geologist Nov/2005 to Mar/2007
Managed logging crews in the detection and evaluation of hydrocarbons at various drilling locations throughout the U.S. Worked directly with Well Site Geologist in exploration of hydrocarbon deposits. Executed daily downloads of morning reports, mud logs, electric logs, and up to date drilling parameters. Maintained all geological and logging equipment. Was successful in providing technical support to the operator by analyzing geological and drilling data. Correlated formation tops and production zones while conducting pressure detection and hydrogen sulfide monitoring for safety purposes. Supervised 3-6 employees, scheduled work hours, resolved conflicts, and training of new personnel.
Geosite Inc. San Angelo, TX
Geologist Aug/2003 to Nov/2005
Unit Manager on oil and gas wells throughout the southwest United States. Supervised logging crews in hydrocarbon evaluation, operation and maintenance of chromatograph as well as gas equipment, collection and identification of drill cuttings, and daily downloads of reports to the operator. Made-ready and maintained logging unit. Assisted in correlation of geologic formations and packer points for drill stem tests throughout the Permian Basin.
A-1 Sporting Goods Russellville, Ar.
Salesman Feb/1994 to Aug/2003
Trained and supervised new employees while monitoring inventory for stocking purposes. Figured daily totals for bank deposits.
3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]
Arkansas Tech University Russellville Ar.
Bachelor of Science, Geology 1997-2001
Participated in a 2 month field mapping camp in Montana, while receiving Arkansas Geological Society Scholarship during my senior year. Studied on petroleum and mining mapping projects. Significant courses include subsurface and structural geology, with an emphasis on petroleum geology.
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]
My experienced includes hydrocarbon analysis, pore pressure detection, lithology identification, and subsurface evaluation. Drilling experience on directional, sidetrack, vertical, and geosteering wells, with various drilling fluids, throughout the US and Gulf of Mexico. Proficient with computer software and troubleshooting software problems as well as strong personal knowledge of electric logs, MWD surveys, and directional drilling procedures on a variety of drilling rigs.