Experienced field engineer in oil and gas with three years of technical support experience with an emphasis in hydraulic fracturing. Demonstrated strengths include efficiency, data management and analysis. Seeking opportunities to use skills in business management and development.
Strong leadership and interpersonal skills
Engineer-In-Training Certification, NCEES, Colorado State Board
Production Enhancement Field EngineerHalliburton Energy Services - Fort Lupton, Colorado, and Hobbs, New Mexico07/2013 - 03/2016
Executed hydraulic fracturing treatments for unconventional reservoirs in the Denver-Julesberg and Permian Basins, working out of Hobbs, New Mexico, from July 2013-March 2015 and Fort Lupton, Colorado, from March 2015-March 2016.
Acted as the technical specialist on-site for the frac crew and client in the implementation of fracturing treatment designs.
Conducted quality assurance lab tests of fluid and proppant systems prior to execution of fracturing treatment.
Performed data analysis and recommendations using real-time monitoring software (Insite for Stimulation and FracPro) to achieve optimum delivery of hydraulic fracturing and acidizing treatment.
Reviewed treatment data for further reservoir analysis and fluid performance using CYPHER Microseismic and Fracture Modeling software suite.
Played key role in lab testing and customer presentation of new fluid system (Viscosifying Friction Reducer) in the Denver basin that resulted in the fostering of further business with major client, Noble Energy. Served as the local product champion during the initial field trials of the fluid system.
Reduced manufacturing cost by 45% on new VFR fluid system compared to the incumbent for more efficient and environmentally conscious oil and gas production. Created a savings of 12.5% for the customer and an increased gross profit of 16% for Halliburton.
Contributed to the preparation, mobilization and logistics of fluid and equipment.
Halliburton training credentials in Fluid and Rock Mechanics, Pressure Analysis While Pumping, Reservoir Engineering, Insite for Stimulation Software and CYPHER Microseismic and Fracture Analysis Software.
Introduction to Petroleum Engineering Teaching AssistantColorado School of Mines Petroleum Engineering Department - Golden, Colorado01/2013 - 05/2013
Assisted Alumni Emiritus, Dr. Craig Van Kirk, with teaching and administrative duties for his capstone introductory class.
Coordinated office hours and review sessions with other teaching assistants to help students better prepare for exams.
Forecasted production values (Expected Ultimate Recovery) for wells in the Northern and Central Rockies using decline curve analysis software (ARIES, Oil Field Manager and Fekete Harmony).
Lead interdisciplinary project between engineering and geology on the migration of sour crude oil to correlate the location of major natural fracture systems.
Conducted field reviews (CAPEX reports) and maintained well inventory using mapping software (ArcGIS).
Familiarity with various state databases and regulations: North Dakota Industrial Commission, Wyoming Oil & Gas Conservation Commission, Colorado Oil & Gas Commission, Louisiana Department of Natural Resources.
Bachelor of Science: Petroleum EngineeringColorado School of Mines - Golden, ColoradoMay 2013
National Society of Black Engineers\\\' Programs Chair and Treasurer
Society of Petroleum Engineers and Petroleum Engineering Department Scholarship Recipient
Club Volleyball and Intramural Sports Player
\'Digger Dial Student Caller
International Office and Petroleum Engineering Department Employee