My professional background consists mainly of experience in the oilfield. After graduating as a Chemical Engineer I acquired knowledge in the execution of oil well stimulations as well as tools required for the design, evaluation and marketing of such. In my short career I have been fortunate enough to work in companies with a strong HSE culture and therefore have developed a solid one of my own.
My main "non-professional" asset resides in my ability to deal with people even out of my comfort zone, particularly in foreign assignments. This comes from a strong interest in other cultures, a vast desire to rapidly be able to communicate in local language and tolerance as one of my more treasured core values.
One of my main areas of opportunity is becoming a more effective multi-tasker; at the time I might be only slightly above average at best.
Main responsibilities included the design, execution and evaluation of oil well stimulations such as matrix acidizing, acid fracturing, hydraulic fracturing, water control and sand control.
Experience of such operations mainly offshore in Brazil using stimulation vessels. Additional experience includes offshore operations in the gulf of Mexico as well as onshore operations within the mexican territory. The main clients involved being Petrobras, OGX, BP, Pemex and Shell.
Schlumberger Stimulation Intervention Project Leader for three deepwater wells in Brazil operated by Shell in 2013 Q2.
In 2012 Q3 a 6 week training course (WS-WPS-FE-TS) focused on advanced design and new technology was completed in Abu Dhabi, UAE.
Main responsibilities included learning the basics of oil well stimulation both theoretically and on the oil field itself. During this period an 8 week training course (WS-WPS-OS) was completed in Abu Dhabi, UAE. Its main objective is to give the trainees the ability to lead stimulation jobs on the field.
Main activities included the assistance in the surveillance and corrective action implementation to guarantee full local HSE compliance in the Bosch Syherheitssysteme headquarters in Ottobrunn, Germany.
A side project required the gathering of CO2 footprint of all Bosch Siherheitssysteme locations worldwide to later determine action plans for the next 15 years that would sustain or reduce the footprint where feasible.
5 year bachelors with the understanding of the three major phenomena dictating any chemical process (energy, momentum and mass transfer) as main focus in able to eventually interpret, design, upgrade and operate chemical process plants.
Minor in Environmental Engineering includes waste management and HSE courses amongst others.
Exchange semester at the TUHH (Technische Universitaet Hamburg-Harburg) in Germany.
86/100 overall grade average.
Top 10 in the national exam (EGEL-CENEVAL) presented by all mexican chemical engineers upon graduation.
Enlgish: Pseudo-Native (116/120 TOEFL IBT)
Portuguese: Advanced (C1 Level)
German: Upper Intermediate (B2 Level)
French: Basic (A2 Level)
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