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Engineer Project Management

Texas, United States
November 29, 2017

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**** ****** **** **., ********, TX 77584 832-***-****


Dynamic, innovative and detail oriented with experience in energy, oil and gas exploration and drilling. Exceptional hands-on background combined with proven ability to manage people, commission equipment, perform drilling, completions and production operations, while successfully implementing and overseeing complex projects. Outstanding strategist distinguished for proven leadership and team-building skills while leading decommissioning and well intervention operations. Expert at implementing processes that improve efficiency; accomplished in all areas of organizing and planning high-quality projects on schedule and within budget in a fast-paced, highly demanding environments.


● Hydraulic Fracturing ● Coil Tubing Operations ● Well Control ● Temporary & Permanent Abandonments ● Topsides, Platforms and Hulls ● Stress Analysis ● Land & Gulf of Mexico Well Interventions ● Sub-sea Tiebacks ● Process Diagrams ● Artificial Lift ● Acid Stimulations ● UBD & MPD Operations ● Strategic & Tactical Planning ● Team Leadership ● New Product Introduction ● Project Management ● Critical Thinking, Problem Solving ● Safety Processes & Adherence● ROV operations ●


Performance Pulsation Control, Richardson, TX 2016 - Current

Project Manager – Vibration Analysis,

Develop vibration analysis capability for current customers. Perform all API 674/675 Design Approaches analysis as required prior to manufacturing dampeners. Perform FEA structural analysis of suction and discharge systems for all API mechanical studies. Develop procedures and guidelines for Engineering Team. Train staff on vibration analysis techniques. Perform field analysis as required to solve vibration related issues. Enhance current customer relationships, while cultivating new opportunities and strategies to expand product offerings. Participate in trade shows, conferences and professional organizations. Perform presentations and product demonstrations as required.

Emergent Oilfield Services, Houston, TX 2015 – 2016

Project Safety Manager, Consultant

Evaluate P&ID for 3rd party companies before submitting to major operators for review. Determine appropriate equipment spacing during intervention activities. Work with Civil Engineers to maintain pound per foot recommendations for all temporary equipment. Evaluate pressure control systems, verify pressure relief is in place and adequate.

BP, Houston, TX 2013 – 2015

Senior Well Intervention Engineer, L48 Onshore

Ensured timely delivery of high quality engineering procedures conformant with BP standards and compliant to regulations for recompletions, tubing replacements, PxA’s and pump change-outs in Texas, Oklahoma, Wyoming and San Juan Basins. Maintain well integrity during and after intervention operations. Performed acid-wash, sand-cleanout, open hole systems frac seat mill outs, SSCSV change outs, drill-outs of plugs and packers, dump bail cementing, installation of gas-lift valves, thru-tubing logging and N2 unloads.

Analyzed approach to performing P&A’s, determined it would be more cost effective to turnkey operations. Performed safety audits for new vendors, reviewed contracts with PSCM, finalized contract for performing all P&A activities including regulatory matters, saving more than $100K per well.

Researched and determined several vendors where overcharging fuel and mileage on their invoices, organized meetings with contract managers and agreed on adjustment which saved over $500K.

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Well Integrity Engineer, North America Gas, (2011 – 2013)

Pipe all active wells in the San Juan and East Texas basins to surface for monitoring. Develop procedures to perform lube and bleed activities as required. Provide direction regarding well programs by ensuring that all technical options are properly taken into consideration by the Engineers and Consultants.

Developed risk base database for wells which applied a stricter maintenance interval from problem wells. Developed test plan to adhere to fitness for service protocols and to document anomalies and inspection results.

Provided project management and engineering support during an undergrown blowout in East Texas, working 7 days a week, resulting in safe abandonment of the wellbore without experiencing a loss of containment on the surface.

Performed technical risk assessment activities including: Fire and Explosion Risk Assessment; Escape, Evacuation and Rescue Analysis (EERA)

Implemented new tool trials: Dissolvable Plug and Perf. Systems, Sand Perforating, EDM logging, Sondex Noise Tool, Down Hole Video, Clare grease trials, etc.

Developed maintenance routing for corrosion control of small well-head appendages.

SHELL EXPLORATION & DEVELOPMENT, Multiple Locations, USA 2005 – 2011

Completions, Integrity & Well Intervention Supervisor, Gulf of Mexico, (2008 – 2011)

Implemented drilling, completions, integrity and well intervention operations off-shore

Developed maintenance routines for topsides, negotiated a 5 year corrosion control contract for Jack-ups

Provided direction & planning for slick-line, electric-line and coil tubing operations in Gulf of Mexico

Collaborated with operation & production leaders in Maracaibo to provide turbine generator fuel gas to power current and future ESP lifted wells in Urdaneta West Field, Lake Maracaibo, Venezuela.

Facilitated accurate budget auditing by developing and implementing improved tracking processes.

Managed staff activities involving process improvements and equipment upgrades and prepared detailed work instructions and assist with writing job specific JSA’s.

Communicated with upper management, detailing progress, work and safety issues on a daily basis

Led cross-discipline team during project initiation of multi-million dollar platform expansion in South America.

Supervised subsea production systems installations including structures, manifolds, pipelines and trees, plus knowledge of FPSO hull and mooring systems, experience in applicable industry standards, specifications and guidelines.

Led project of $88M, involved in the design, construction and installation of a six valve manifold, four jumpers to trees, an umbilical and two flexible flowlines. Responsible for the fabrication and installation of the manifold, flowlines, jumpers, flying leads and spools.

Drilling Supervisor, Rocky Mountain Production Region, (2005 – 2008)

Managed contract employees performing drilling operations and supervised short-term service employee review process for drilling contractor and vendors.

Achieved fastest start-up of new drilling rig on Pinedale Anticline, from commissioning to drilling.

Created and delivered safety presentations designed to improve safety awareness & incident rating.

Reviewed rotating & reciprocating equipment data, review design data, develop finite element models, performing vibration analyses, red-line and sign off drawings and prepare customer reports.

BETA MACHINERY ANALYSIS, Houston, TX, Calgary, Alberta 2001 – 2005

Field Engineer and Integrity Consultant, US, Canada & South America

Provided field vibration analysis throughout the US, Gulf of Mexico and South America.

Expanded product offering through development of commercial vibration suppression devices.

Performed finite element analysis for new compression projects offshore Gulf of Mexico.

Designed pulsation suppression internals and prepared detailed design for manufacture.

Generated mechanical integrity reports for clients and provided details for repair.

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Traveled throughout Germany and the Netherlands exploring business practices & central governments as an International MBA Student.

Siemens - Westinghouse, Houston, TX 1999 – 2001

Cell Leader

Initiated, authored, and implemented the company computer generated repair procedures.

Installed 1st robotic repair cell. Installed laser welding and coating for internal gas turbine repairs.

Supervised NDT of all welds, x-ray and PT. Provided guidance on NDT techniques and meeting appropriate standards.

Recruited and fully staffed the new repair cell, building cohesive and productive teams.

Reduced component repair time by developing a fabricated mouth for the “F” style transition piece, which was a reliable replacement for the cast model.

General Electric Power Systems, Houston, TX 1993 – 1999

Power Generation Engineer

Lead facility engineering of new HVOF coating cell in Beaumont, Texas

Lead productivity team and increased contribution margin by 12% per year by; reducing rework, outsourcing and improving on final deliveries to both end users and vendors

Responsible for NDT activities after all weld repairs of the combustion system components.

Developed several statistical process control training presentations which led to a reduction in manufacturing rejects and improved component throughput

Lean Manufacturing Greenbelt

Previous positions include Field Services Engineer Top Drive Installer – Varco; Delivery Driver/Package Handler – United Parcel Service; SMT Technician – Compaq Computers


Master of Business Administration, International Business, Our Lady of the Lake University, San Antonio, TX

Bachelor of Science Mechanical Engineering, Mathematics, Prairie View A&M University, Prairie View, TX

Project Management ASME VIII AWS D1.1 API 579 OSHA 10 Safe Gulf WCS Well Servicing Well Control TWIC Randy Smith Safe Driving HUET Heartsaver First Aid CPR and AED Certification Licensed Life and Health Insurance Agent - Texas


American Society of Mechanical Engineers Member, 1990 – Present

Society for Petroleum Engineers Member, 2011 – Present

Texas Association of Sports Officials, 2007 – Present

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