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Geologist/ Mudlogger/ Reservoir Geologist/Geophysicist

Watonga, Oklahoma, 73772, United States
November 30, 2017

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Career Objective

Open to learning new things, adapt to new environment and to apply key skills in problem solving to reduce cost and increase output

Educational Qualifications

M.Sc. Earth & Environmental Science_ Wichita State University_05/2017_ Graduated GPA: 3.50

M.Sc. Oil & Gas Field Development_China Geoscience University _ CHINA_Graduated GPA: 3.65

B.Sc. Geology _ University of Ghana_ Graduated_, GPA :3.20

Language Skills: English, Chinese & French

Residency Status: Permanent Resident

Key Skills:

Excellent Geological, Geophysical and analytical background

Ability to work in Petra, Excel, GeoGraphix, Landmark, MS suites, GIS, Petrel, proficient with programming language

Background that emphasizes integration of geologic information into geophysical interpretation

Working knowledge in petrophysical applications with the ability to mine large data sets

Technical reporting, strong initiative, excellent written, oral skills, presentation skills, Teamwork skills

Ability to work with multiple disciplines and cross functionally

Proficient in Microsoft Office and computer-based geoscience applications


Wellsite Geologist II_Horizon Logging Inc_May 2017 – Current

Ability to perform sample descriptions, pick up formation tops and casing points based on well-to-well correlation and cuttings

Familiar with the geology (Stack & Scoop), Permian, Mississippian, etc.

Competent at interpreting hydrocarbon shows, gas anomalies, gamma data.

Competent at data integration (import/export), interpretation.

Good communication and interpersonal skills at all levels.

Experienced with multidisciplinary software’s and hardware tool.

Geologist Intern _ U.S Geological Survey_ May 2016 – Aug,2016

Interpreted the stratigraphy and structural evolution of the terrane

Published the findings at Geological society of America conference in Denver, CO 2016

Constructed a geological map for the Kessler Creek quadrangle (first time)

Conducted Field Mapping (1:24,000) of Kessler Creek quadrangle, Riggins-IDAHO (Pioneer Mapper)

Geoscientist _ SINOPEC OIL & GAS / PEPRIS_ June 2011 - July 2015

NW Australia Assets Vulcan Basin & Bonaparte Basin

Seismic (2/3D) and structural interpretation (1000 sq. km)

Well-tie, depth conversion, horizon, and fault interpretation

Contouring, resource evaluation and well correlation

Argentina Assets _San Jorge Basin & Cuyo Basin

Seismic and structural interpretation (1200 sq. km)

Seismic (2/3 D analysis), structural interpretation and reservoir prospect analysis (G&G analysis)

Source rock analysis and geochemical signatures


Well log analysis

Exploration Geologist_Avion Gold (Tabakoto & Segala Mine) _August 2008 – February 2009

Pioneered the RC and diamond drilling to define the gold belt in the Birimian greenstone which led to commencement of the Segala pit.

Competent in well logging using conventional and digital based software.

Diligent in managing logistics and supervision of subordinates

Competent in mineral resource estimation

Mine Geologist_Goldfields International (Tarkwa Mine) _January 2003 – June 2008

Ore management, sampling, pit mapping, pit supervision, supervising safety meetings


Kessler Creek Quadrangle Geological Map_ (U.S Geological Survey & Idaho Geological sponsored project _undergoing/working on it)

Geological Society of America Publication on Kessler Creek_

Volunteer Activities

oUnited way tax intern-WICHITA,KS : 2/19/2016-05/19/2016

oMissions Church Volunteer : 8/2015- 10/2015


Dr. William Parcell_ Geology Department Chair_ Wichita State, Tel:316978141

Dr. Bill Bischoff_ Geology Graduate Coordinator_ bill.bischoff@wichita.edu_Tel:316-***-****

David Baker, Geological Consultant, Kansas Geological Survey,Tel:316-***-****

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