Expert in Completions & Workovers of Oil & Gas Wells
Expert ID: 724649 Canada
Specifies and supervises well modification and stimulation programs to maximize oil and gas recovery.
Directs and monitor the completion and evaluation of wells and well testing.
Assists engineering and other personnel to solve completion problems.
Maintains records of completion and production operations.
Confers with engineering, and technical personnel to resolve completion problems.
Writes technical reports for engineering and senior management personnel.
Consulting with independent oil and gas companies overseeing well work-over’s and completions following company process and province regulations.
Researching and verifying information and requirements relative to completion and production operations.
Identifying completions and production related problems and providing recommendations on matters related to completions & production wells jobs.
Knowledge of wire line with perforating, logging and open hole tools.
Develops and implements production tracking and quality control systems, analyzing production, quality control, maintenance, and other operational reports, to detect production problems.
Reviews plans, confer with research, and support staff to develop new strategies to optimize production.
Operates a wide variety of production equipment (see equipment knowledge list) throughout the provinces of Alberta, British Columbia and Saskatchewan Canada.
|Year: 1981||Degree: High School||Subject: High School||Institution: Brooks Composite High School|
|Years: 2005 to Present||Employer: Undisclosed||Title: Consultant||Department:||Responsibilities: He is Consulting to various Oil Companies Apache Canada, Burlington Resources, and Rockyveiw Oil & Gas – ensuring that Company’s procedures, programs and regulations are followed. Making sure completions, workover and abandonments are carried out in a professional and safe manner.|
|Years: 2004 to 2005||Employer: Apache Canada LTD.||Title: Manager/Supervisor||Department:||Responsibilities: He was contracted out to Apache Canada Ltd & Anderson Energy - responsible for managing of plants and field wells and supervisor of crews and men in five locations in the surrounding areas of Barrhead, Westlock, Clyde, Vimy and Thorhild, Alberta Canada.
Reporting to the Production Foreman.
|Years: 2001 to 2003||Employer: Airborne Energy Solutions||Title: Manager||Department:||Responsibilities: He was contracted out to; EnCana Oil & Gas,– managing plant, various field wells and equipment, crews and men for the company and monitor spending on equipment and maintenance schedule reporting to the Production Coordinator. In northern Alberta|
|Years: 2000 to 2001||Employer: Cozy Oil Service||Title: Foreman||Department:||Responsibilities: He was contracted to Pan Canadian Petroleum – operating four compressor stations, shallow and deep gas wells and ran a 1 ton with picker putting together well sites and work at plant site doing various jobs in the Brooks area.|
|Years: 1997 to 2000||Employer: KG Oilfield Contracting LTD.||Title: Operator/Supervisor||Department:||Responsibilities: He worked for Thunder Energy overseeing minor well work-over’s, swab rigs, construction; operated refrigeration gas plant and oil battery and associated gas and oil wells. Contracted to Wolverine Energy operating pumping oil wells|
|Years: 1995 to 1997||Employer: Hiebert Cattle & Trading Company||Title: Manager||Department:||Responsibilities: He manager and oversaw the operation of a 300 cattle ranch and other related farm and ranch duties.|
|Years: 1992 to 1995||Employer: Plains Perforating LTD.||Title: Operator/Driver||Department:||Responsibilities: He assisted in the assembly of wellheads; cased hole experience; assembling equipment for jobs; loading guns; worked off service rigs, operating and maintain tandem axle trucks; trained and supervised new drivers.|
|Years: 1981 to 1992||Employer: Drilling Rigs||Title: Roughneck/Derrick||Department:||Responsibilities: He started working in the oil patch on an one ton picker truck and have worked on various drilling rigs starting as a roughneck and working up to derrick hand|
Fields of Expertise
balanced oil well drilling, crane (device), crude oil, crude oil recovery, derrick, drill, drill floor, drill floor accident, drilling, drilling rig, enhanced oil recovery, gas well, heavy oil, natural gas processing, oil, oil exploration, oil spill prevention, oil tank, oil well, oil well drilling, oil well logging, petroleum industry, petroleum production, petroleum production engineering, primary oil recovery, downhole corrosion, well completion equipment, cleanout machine, reservoir pressure, workover, wellhead pressure, wellbore hydraulics, steamflooding, oil well perforating, well perforating, formation fracturing, fluid injection, coal bed methane production, petroleum product, well drilling, rotary pump