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Jessica Claire
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Summary

I have 17+ years in the oil and gas industry, working in most of the West Texas area. I have experience from Production Technician II, to Geology, to drilling rigs. Some of the areas I have worked in are, Pecos, Odessa, Midland, Andrews, Patricia, Big Spring, Fort Stockton (Longfellow Ranch), Sanderson, Garden City, Stanton, Lamesa, Mentone, Barstow, Pyote, Saragosa, and New Mexico area. I am a very hard working, and dedicated individual, with the capacity to learn exceptionally quick. I have also gained a great amount of experience in my years as lease operator, that I am sure will add positively to your team. I believe practicing company policies, safety regulations, and procedures is a must. I believe that safety is first in all and everyday tasks that we perform. I am a father of 3 wonderful children, and Safety/Integrity/Dedication is top priority in my life in my every day tasks. Proper usage of PPE, I believe is a must.

Professional Experience
Lease Operator, 04/2014 to
Counting OilWorland, WY,

I am currently a contract Lease Operator with Occidental Permian, for the past year and eight months. I have been in charge of a route with 27 batteries, and 100+ wells, with production at around 7000+bbl oil per day, since hired. For a few months, I was also assigned to operate a compressor station, in addition to my current route. I operate electric pump jacks, hydraulic beams, compressor gas lifts, ESP's, SWD's and their equipment/pumps, water transfer pumps, tank circulating pumps, various battery vessels, and flowing wells. As lease operators with OXY, we are required to do most moderate repairs ourselves, such as replace packings, baird back pressure valves, pneumatic dumps, flow meters, and anything else that may go bad on our equipment, that is under 4". I have excellent experience in troubleshooting wells, equipment, and any other problems that may arise at our facilities. I.e. dumps leaking by, isolating and replacing valves, isolating leaks, avoiding spills. Along with performing all these tasks, I believe that safety is first in all and everyday tasks that we perform. I am a father of 3 wonderful children, and Safety is top priority in my life in my every day tasks. Stop Work Authority is something i believe everyone should exercise. Whether it is a minor detail or a major job, i always keep safety in mind. Proper usage of PPE, i believe is a must. I'm experienced in working around H2S and using SCBA equipment for high H2S areas we HAVE TO work in. Being a Lease Operator for several years, i have gained experience in being able to run SWD facilities, multiple batteries, and a large amount of wells.

Lease Operator, 04/2013 to 04/2014
Counting OilOklahoma City, OK,

In the production department, we are responsible for keeping gas/fluid production flowing as constant as possible. I have experience in various intermitter/plunger lift equipment such as: PCS1000, PCS 3000, IPS, Timex EZLIFT. As a Lease Operator, I am responsible for keeping multiple wells running to the best of their ability, and troubleshooting them and equipment, if they are not running as they should. Other parts of my responsibility include, replacing defective/broken equipment, inspecting all equipment for leaks and wear/tear. I have also gained abundant knowledge with various types of gas/fluid separators, in-line heaters, heater treaters, pump jacks, various types of plunger lifts and their specific purpose, and doing repairs on motor valves/lines. Trained on how to properly and safely treat wells with chemical, inspect plungers, do various types of repairs on equipment, and safely dealing with high gas pressure. I believe highly about safety first, that is why I always complete Job Safety Analysis forms before any job on a well, such as chemical treating or inspecting equipment. On a daily basis, I keep updated accurate track of each of my assigned wells on our Field Direct program, beat sheet, SPCC, and update greasebook files. Lastly we are responsible for keeping up with the fluid levels produced in each well, and dispose of accordingly, whether it is salt water for disposal, or petroleum that we work on and treat to prepare for sales.

Level 5 Senior Mud Logging Engineer, 05/2005 to 11/2012
Trans Pecos Well LoggingCity, STATE,

Analyze and interpret rock formations being drilled on-site at oil rig. Monitor gas/oil units/levels during drilling and throughout well; example...propane, methane, ethane. Give detailed description of all rock formations being analyzed, as interpretive information for senior geologist in charge. Constantly check lithology for any gas/oil shows, and any possibly oil stain, fractures, and present fluorescents. Closely inspected equipment for safety problems, leaks and wear and tear.Reviewed the daily computerized well mudlog and edit/correct any inaccuracies.Coordinated ongoing maintenance and housekeeping of the logging unit. Directed routine preventative maintenance such as adjustments, cleaning and repairing equipment.Recorded all operating data on mud log and daily reports from gas analyzing equipment. Daily interaction with on-site drilling engineers/superintendents. Made sure all superiors, including on-site superintendents, off site senior geologists in charge, were always kept well informed of current stats and any immediate changes throughout well. Made and sent out up to 5 detailed well reports every 24 hours. Interpret and correlate offset logs and electronic logs. Trained and supervised new recruits until able to work on their own. Always practiced proper safety procedures, and followed all regulations, such as usage of proper attire, including FRC's, eye protection, footwear, hardhat, harnesses, Also lock-out tag-out procedures as well.

Highlights
  • Materials handling training
  • Safety-oriented
  • Safety inspections
  • Operational process tools
  • Able to lift up to 150 pounds
  • Self-motivated
  • Experience in project finance
  • Troubleshooting specialist
  • Staff training
  • Computer-savvy
  • Calm under pressure
  • Complex problem solving
  • Mechanically-inclined
  • Dexterous with hand tools

  • Operation records maintenance
  • Results-oriented
  • Dedication to product quality
  • Machinery inspector
  • Efficient
  • Initiative to work independently
  • Strategic thinker
  • Mathematical reasoning aptitude
  • Production scheduling familiarity
  • Proficient in electrical repair
  • HAZMAT knowledge

Accomplishments
  • Assigned to my own route in a few weeks, rather than to remain a floater for several months.
  • Raised production on the majority of the wells on my assigned route.
  • Received wage raise within 8 months of employment, for exceptionally well job performance and work ethic.
  • CPR certified, Attended all safety meetings required with our company.
  • Held my Level 5 Senior Mud Logging title for 4 years, being the highest level one is able to achieve, at the company I worked with.

  • Always performed well above company and supervisors' expectations, earning recognition for being most productive and efficient employee, by supervisors and geologists.

  • Assigned numerous times on wells with new drilling companies, as a top employee to gain more wells from that individual company.

  • My mud log was recorded numerous times, for use in presentations for many geologists, for use in sales pitch for more potential work.

  • Requested on every well I was assigned, by highest geologists to work on their High Profile wells.

  • Assigned to work horizontal oil-based/wildcat wells, the highest profile wells available to ONLY select individuals.

  • Since hired on as a mud logging engineer trainee, I was promoted 3 times in first six months of my employment, for great job performance and work ethic.
Education
Associate of Science: Computer Science//Computer Tech, Expected in 2002
Sul Ross State University//Midland College - Alpine//Midland, Texas
GPA:

Attended Sul Ross State University from ages 14-16 in between High School breaks, taking my basic college courses. Finished in Midland College, after graduating High School. Kept a 4.0 GPA throughout my attendance. Earned accomplishment awards in Sul Ross such as Most Creative Writer.


Majored in Computer Science.

Minor in Computer Maintenance.

High School Diploma: Advanced classes, Expected in 2001
Fort Stockton High School - Fort Stockton, Texas
GPA:

Graduated High School in a 3 year term, rather than the usual 4 year term.


Advanced Mathematics coursework

Advanced English coursework

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School Attended

  • Sul Ross State University//Midland College
  • Fort Stockton High School

Job Titles Held:

  • Lease Operator
  • Lease Operator
  • Level 5 Senior Mud Logging Engineer

Degrees

  • Associate of Science
  • High School Diploma

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