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Manager Operator

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Dickinson, ND
Posted:
September 20, 2018

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Scott Patrick Huggins

Oilfield History

**** ****** ******* **. **** 532

M: [602-***-****]

E: ac64b1@r.postjobfree.com

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Scott Patrick Huggins

Oilfield History

**** ****** ******* **. Unit 532

M: [701-***-****]

E: ac64b1@r.postjobfree.com

EXPERIENCE

Operations Manager, NG Construction & Environmental. Dickinson, ND 04/2018 8/2018 At NG I was hired as an operator driver for the Hydrovac division. Shortly after I was put into a management position due to my years of experience in hydro excavation in and out of the oilfield industry. Shortly after my promotion I became aware that NG was preparing to close the ND division due to all of our work was on the reservation. Not being comfortable with invoicing being paid so far down the road they chose to shut down the ND division and continue with their work in CO.

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Accomplishments

● Establishing Maintenance programs for all equipment.

● Making sure all employees were compliant with all safety regulations including training.

● Maintaining DOT regulations for all CDL employees.

● Human resources, being up to date with all state and federal laws of employer/employee rights. Skilled Laborer, JK Excavation. Dickinson, ND 8/2017 4/2018 At JK Excavation I was hired to help with the installation and repair of water and sewer piping and tanks. I was also used in the shop to repair or maintenance trucks and machinery along with welding projects throughout the year. I was laid off due to the lack of work.

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Accomplishments

● Knowledge of septic systems.

● Ran excavators, dozer, trencher and skid.

● Insight of different pipe fittings for water line installation.

● Aware of safety protocols while working in open trench or hole. Scott Patrick Huggins

Oilfield History

2017 Sierra Commons Dr. Unit 532

M: [701-***-****]

E: ac64b1@r.postjobfree.com

EXPERIENCE

Service Tech, Zimmerman Equipment. Belfield, ND 12/2016 4/2017 At ZECO I learned how to work with and work on centrifuges, vertical cuttings dryers and all kinds of pumps as well as how to dewater on Brine and fresh water. In the field I learned the daily operations of each section of drilling and also the daily requirements of maintenance on each piece of equipment. I took a layoff in April on 2017 due to the lack of work.

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Accomplishments

● Knowledge of solid control implements.

● Maintained a good network of valuable clients & vendors.

● Problem solving in and out of the field.

● Aware of safety protocols.

Welder/Fabricator, O’Brien’s oilfield Service. Belfield, ND 7/2016 12/2016 At O’Brien’s Oilfield Service I was hired to help with day to day fabrication duties. From Mig welding to Stick welding, also I learned how to use a Break, Shear, Roller, Ban saw, Hydraulic hole press and sand blaster. I also was in training on a C&C table. I ran equipment as well: loader, skytrac, petibone, skid steer and trenchers.

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Accomplishments

● Knowledge of different strengths of welding rods and metal’s.

● Experience on a C&C table (Plasma table).

● As a fabricator I had to think outside the box to complete projects. Scott Patrick Huggins

Oilfield History

2017 Sierra Commons Dr. Unit 532

M: [701-***-****]

E: ac64b1@r.postjobfree.com

EXPERIENCE

Project Manager, Environmental Driven Solutions. Killdeer, ND 12/2015 4/2016 At EDS I had my work cut out for me. Old equipment & most of it was patched together to make it to the next job. I was hired to make changes to the way employees cared about equipment and to change moral around so employee’s worked together and not against each other. When it came down to it I couldn’t do either of these tasks asked of me. One by one of the operators were either fired or they quit to go on to bigger and better things. I was back to being the only operator and putting in extensive hrs. to maintain equipment and operate equipment in the field. In the end I was over worked and underpaid as I was on salary. I had to make a choice between my family and my job. Accomplishments

● Project Manager, Operator with Class B CDL, Mechanic & sales.

● Maintained a good network of valuable clients & vendors.

● Kept spreadsheets for all equipment maintenance.

● Safety regulations & upkeep of training logs.

● Knowledge of oilfield disposal operations, refining production fluid for injection, extracting oil with modern filtration technology.

Regional Manager, Price Pumping. Belfield, ND 11/2014 12/2015 After Hell Creek Environmental shut their doors, Derk Price called me from Vernal, UT. He stressed to me how he wanted to start a ND hydrovac branch and offered to have me run it. I took him up on the offer and by 12/14 Price Pumping was up and going with new MSA’s and a brand new hydrovac. It didn’t take long to keep a nice piece of equipment running around the clock. With well-trained hands and contacts thru the Bakken the word spread quickly about our service. After three months’ work died down due to oil prices and I ended up laying off everyone and continued operating by myself. For ten months I was a one-man show, rig jobs, frac jobs & hydro excavation. Derk Price finally pulled the plug at the end of 11/2015.

Accomplishments

● Regional Manager, Operator with Class B CDL, Mechanic & sales.

● Maintained a good network of valuable clients & vendors.

● Health & Safety Coordinator, familiar with IS net & certification to be compliant in the field.

● P&L speed sheets, monthly financial updates AR aging reports. Scott Patrick Huggins

Oilfield History

2017 Sierra Commons Dr. Unit 532

M: [701-***-****]

E: ac64b1@r.postjobfree.com

EXPERIENCE

Operations Manager, Hell Creek Environmental. Belfield, ND 11/2011 11/2014. I have been with Hell Creek since they started in 2011. Hell Creek has always been a Hydrovac company with hopes of branching out further than just cleaning pit systems, frac flow backs & hydro excavation. I have always been all of the above to help this company grow. (Mechanic, sales, operator, swamper, safety & dispatch). I have learned more about the internal workings of a business in the past 3 years. And was ready to take this knowledge to wherever I go. Accomplishments

● Operations Manager, Operator with Class B CDL, Mechanic & sales.

● Gained a good network of valuable clients & vendors.

● Health & Safety Coordinator, familiar with ISnet & certification to be compliant in the field.

● P&L speed sheets, monthly financial updates AR aging reports. Operator/Shop Foreman, Mountain States Casing. Greeley, COLO 4/2009--11/2011 Mountain States gave me a chance to work & learn from them. I was able to understand their equipment & operations in the field from my prior experience running casing as a driller. Rebuilding open & closed face tongs was something new and challenging as well as building hydraulic power units for field use. Being the shop foreman/operator gave me a lot of knowledge from coworkers that have worked in many aspects of the oilfield. Accomplishments

Shop foreman. Rebuilding open & closed faced casing tongs, slips & elevators.

● Installing PTO’s and custom hydraulic power units for trucks & trailers.

● Stabber, guided 9 5 8”, 7” & 4” casing latch on the fly or on the floor while fully exposed to all weather conditions.

● Casing operator, ran open faced Eckel & closed face Foster tongs.

● Operator of laydown machinery.

Scott Patrick Huggins

Oilfield History

2017 Sierra Commons Dr. Unit 532

M: [701-***-****]

E: ac64b1@r.postjobfree.com

EXPERIENCE

Directional Driller, Leam Drilling. Midland, TX 5/2006--2/2009 As a directional hand for Leam I learned how to land a curve using slide projections off of mathematical equations from what degree “KICK” the mud motor was set & what my motor yield “INC” is in the current formation. Also I was able to work on compound to top drive rigs. This showed me how even though all drilling do the same job, (up & down & round

& round). They also have a lot of different ways to complete the task. Like what type of mud might be used, different drilling bits & BHA’s. All together being a directional driller has taught me a lot about formations around the country & the different ways to be efficient when it comes to finishing a well. Accomplishments

Knowledge of different formations & pay zones & mapping a well using only MWD surveys.

Daily Drilling report & projections.

Rebuilding MWD tools & programming.

Able to track where existing wells are located for anti-collision, “merging with a well that is producing”. Driller, Mountain Drilling. Houston, TX 6/2003--4/2006 With Mountain Drilling I started as a motor hand and quickly learned all components of the rig. After 4 months I was Promoted to Driller. I quickly learned that knowing how to operate a drilling rig is easier to pick up than downhole knowledge. Each well is different from the next and with that you can never get complacent. Accomplishments

Well Control certified.

Learned how to delegate & run a crew safely & efficiently.

Morning reports of daily drilling record.

Rigging down & rigging up, in field & long haul moves.

Tread types, crossovers, fishing, milling & reamer tools. Free pointing for stuck pipe. Scott Patrick Huggins

Oilfield History

2017 Sierra Commons Dr. Unit 532

M: [701-***-****]

E: ac64b1@r.postjobfree.com

REFERENCES

NG Construction. Luke Hofmen 701-***-****

JK Excavation. Justin Kruger 701-***-****

Zimmerman Equipment. Jeff Widner 701-***-****

Environmental Driven Solutions. Zac Griffin 701-***-**** Price Pumping. Derk Price 701-***-****

Hell Creek Environmental. Todd Kjellesvik 541-***-**** Mountain States Casing. Allen Mead 970-***-****

Leam Drilling. Dan Harvick 432-***-****

Mountain Drilling Robin Rivers 318-***-****

EDUCATION

Loveland High School. Loveland, COLO 1993-1996

Finished high school at Loveland High in Loveland Colorado. Also went to a trade school for welding & business management I would love the in Anaconda, opportunity MT to & show Clearfield, your team UT. that I can wear many different hats to suit day to day operations. With as fast as any company grows in the BAKKEN there are fewer and fewer qualified hands to do the task at hand. With that means it is harder to keep the work you've got and keep equipment running that is being neglected. This is where I can help keep your profits up and your clients happy. I would like to be able to do all aspects of this job and office. I can manage your hands and keep morale up by working with everyone rain, sleet or shine. And with that everyone gains each other’s knowledge & respect.

Communication is the key to any relationship and even though this may sound simple. It takes a special breed to be able to make a bad situation turn good. When a client is upset or stressed due to the performance of equipment or hands all it takes to turn the situation around is to work with them not against. Showing clients that with all our experience & knowledge combined we can handle any problem big or small. Sincerely, Scott Huggins

Scott Patrick Huggins

Oilfield History

2017 Sierra Commons Dr. Unit 532

M: [701-***-****]

E: ac64b1@r.postjobfree.com



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