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Engineer Engineering

Morgantown, West Virginia, United States
January 29, 2018

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Kristen Carpenter

PO Box *** Cowen, WV *****

Phone: 304-***-**** E-Mail:


Louisiana State University – Baton Rouge, LA

Master of Petroleum Engineering

West Virginia University – Morgantown, WV

Bachelor of Science Chemical Engineering

Graduate of Honors College

Biomedical Engineering Certificate

GPA 3.1

December 2017

GPA 3.4

May 2011

Work Experience

Chevron Deepwater Drilling and Completions Intern – Houston, TX Summer 2016

• Engaged with multiple stakeholders and various engineering teams within Chevron to complete integrated model using Petroleum Experts software Reveal and Prosper

• Quantified production capabilities and economic viability of two different completion methods to predict performance and cost cutting advantages of proposed new system

• Assessed and implemented an innovative completion method in a high profile Deepwater Gulf of Mexico field

Schlumberger Senior Deepwater Wireline Engineer – Larose, LA 2011-2015

• Acted as the lead wireline engineer for various high level operators in the Gulf of Mexico

• Managed crews of operators and engineers at the base and on jobsites on land and offshore

• Completed multimillion dollar jobs with lost time averaging $50k/hr in ultra-deepwater environments under high stress requiring quick decision making and troubleshooting

• Responsible for maintenance and functionality of multimillion dollar assets and equipment

• Adopted stringent Schlumberger safety standards not only on the job, but into lifestyle

• Implemented LEAN projects and directed regional transformations as a result of these projects

• Attended three technical schools and passed technical control interviews with high level management for promotions within the company

Radiation Safety Officer Schlumberger Wireline 2012-2014

• Responsible for over 100 radioactive assets including but not limited to active sources used for density measurements as well as calibration blankets, calibration sources, electronic neutron emitting sources, and survey meters

• Ensured safety for all employees and general public by performing annual surveys and inspections of radioactive materials and location, providing training, monitoring individual exposure levels, and staying up to date with governmental and company regulations Professional Development

Teaching Assistant at Louisiana State University – Baton Rouge, LA 2015-2017

• Assist professor in lecture and administer in class presentations, evening review and help sessions for over 200 petroleum engineering undergraduates in Well Logging and Rock Properties courses

US Radiation Certification Instructor for Schlumberger Employees and Contractors – USA 2012-2015

• Performed monthly radiation safety meetings, annual refresher and update courses, and National certification informative courses required for all Schlumberger employees working with radioactive material, and was a HAZCOM course instructor Memberships and Volunteer Organizations

Society of Petroleum Engineers – Officer, Graduate Student Rep, Chevron Mentorship Program Director American Association of Drilling Engineers – BSEE Technology Day Mentor, Deepwater Symposium Presenter Research Experience in Carbon Sequestration – DOE summer 2017 program discuss carbon capture technologies Schlumberger Quality Steering Committee – Leader on projects to improve service quality and safety Webster County 4-H – STEM ambassador, active in annual camps for youth in rural West Virginia American Institute of Chemical Engineers – President of WVU Chapter 2010-2011, founder annual charity 5K WV Women’s Rugby Club – Officer: Match Secretary, Starting Center, Social Chair Committee Chi Omega Sorority – Theta Chapter, Model Initiate in Pledge Class

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