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Logging Geologist II

Location:
Whitesburg, KY
Posted:
February 17, 2015

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Thomas E. Pike

Permanent:

**** ***. ****

Mayking, Ky. 41837

606-***-****

606-***-**** (Cell)

acocnz@r.postjobfree.com

OBJECTIVE:

Aspire to acquire a position in the oil/gas field where I can skillfully apply my knowledge

in a positive manner for the company. I wish to gain additional knowledge and

experience in this respective field.

SUMMARY:

Work effectively as an individual or in a team-oriented, collaborative environment

Trained in field mapping and field equipment, including maps and GIS

Competent with MS Word, Excel Spreadsheets, E-Logs, ArcGIS, Trimble GPS,

ERDAS, and PowerPoint

Colonel Scholarship recipient at Eastern Kentucky University

E.K.U. Geology Department Scholarship Recipient

President's List at Eastern Kentucky University

Dean's Award at Eastern Kentucky University

College of Arts and Sciences Dean's Advisory Board

Graduated Magna Cum Laude at Eastern Kentucky University

Completed Pre-Field Training for Mud Logging

Competent with Wellsite for Logs, TOTCO, Bloodhound, iBall Gas System, Main

Log, and Litho-Logic.

EDUCATION:

Bachelor of Science in Geology, May 2014, Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, Ky.

Graduated Magna Cum Laude with a GPA of 3.73 on a 4.0 scale

Courses taken include: Mineralogy, Petrology, Hydrology, Plate Tectonics, Historic

Geology, Petroleum Geology, Structural Geology, Sedimentary Geology, Geochemistry,

Senior Seminar, Independent Study, Stratigraphy/Paleontology, Field Methods, GIS,

Advanced GIS, Remote Sensing, GIS Cartography, Geology of Soils, Meteorology, and

all supporting courses (Calculus II, Chemistry II, Physics II, and Statistics)

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Logging Geologist II (August 2014 - Feb. 2015, laid off due to a reduction in work force)

Horizon Well Logging, LLC, 7136 S. Yale Ave., Suite 414, Tulsa, Ok. 74136

Work and live on site from well start up through the installation of production casing.

Observe and interpret the indicators in the mud returns during the drilling process.

At regular intervals, log properties such as drilling rate, mud weight, flowline

temperature, oil indicators, pump pressure, pump rate, lithology of the drilled

cutting, and other data.

Report and communicate daily with the company's Geologist, Company Man, Tool

Pusher, Drillers, Derrick Hand, and other site personnel.



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