Seeking a career opportunity to gain experience and further knowledge as a Petroleum Engineer in the oil and gas industry as well as apply the knowledge I have acquired through school in the areas of Production, Completions, or Drilling.
C&J Energy Services Midland, TX January 2014 to August 2015
I prepare frac designs, design frac fluids, sand volumes and other required components associated with the stimulation jobs for the customers, utilize software for frac modeling and data acquisition to monitor the chemicals and sand are pumped down hole during the frac, prepares reports concerning daily activities. Assist Sales staff with technical needs and cost proposals. Continually emphasize safety.
Chevron Midland, TX June 2013 to August 2013
Petroleum Engineering Intern
Interned as a production engineer where I worked a plunger lift optimization project in the field. Researched several wells including reviewing wellbore diagrams and collected data from the well’s controller boxes to insert into a program to provide optimal run time for the wells to increase production. Adjusted setting on the plunger controller boxes to increase production. Worked daily with production and field specialists on field operations including equalizing or recirculating tanks, collecting production readings, and handling lease alarms.
United Fuel & Energy / Cardlock Fuel Systems Midland, TX March 2008 to April 2009
Fleet Fueling Tech Specialist
Provide customer service to companies which included reviewing customer accounts, reviewing fuel transactions at all location, emailing statements, ensuring all stations were working properly and if not contact the maintenance department, monitoring fuel prices and adjusting prices as needed to stay competitive, taking payments, issuing and cancelling fuel cards.
United States Marine Corps Yuma, AZ February 1999 to March 2003
Consolidated Automated Support Systems (CASS) Technician / Individual Material Readiness List (IMRL) Manager
As a Lance Corporal in the Marine Corp, I was an aviation electronic tech I level (CASS) in which my duty was to test, troubleshoot, repair, and replace bad components such as resisters and capacitors on items like the radar systems to ensure the aircraft were mission ready. I was also an IMRL manager which was a staff sergeant billet were I managed 80 billion dollars of equipment and assets between 4 different squadrons and ensured the equipment was operational and with current calibration.
University of Texas of the Permian Basin August 2009 to December 2013
Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Engineering GPA: 3.29
- Society of Petroleum Engineers: Student Chapter, previous position: Vice President 2012-2013
- National Society of Leadership and Success member, previous position: UTPB Executive Board Student
Networking Teams’ (SNT) Coordinator 2012-2013
- Falcon Veterans Association, previous position: President 2011-2012, Vice President 2012-2013
Midland College Dec 2012
Associates Degree: General Studies in Applied Sciences
-Society of Petroleum Engineers Member and UTPB Student Chapter Advisor
-Greenwood Volunteer Fire Department, Former Firefighter and Secretary/Treasurer
Working knowledge of ERAD, Myers, Frac Pro, Aquedata, Microsoft Word, Excel, and Power Point