Officer – Petroleum Association of Wyoming
Member – Montana Tech Petroleum Engineering Industry Advisory Board
Born and raised in Montana. Graduated from Montana Tech in 1982, with a bachelor’s degree in Petroleum Engineering, and went to work for Diamond Shamrock/Maxus Energy in June, 1982. Worked 16 years for Diamond Shamrock/Maxus Energy, and held various engineering or supervisory positions in Texas, Montana, Wyoming, and Colorado, as well as an overseas position in Ecuador. During this time period worked with natural gas (both normally pressured and high pressured), waterfloods, polymer floods, reservoir stimulation, natural gas injection, heavy oil development, and conventional oil and gas operations. Joined Quicksilver Resources in 1998, as their Rockies Division Operations Manager, located in Casper, Wyoming. At Quicksilver we worked with heavy oil, waterfloods, and natural gas (conventional and unconventional), from Montana to Texas and east as far as Michigan. In 2002, after Quicksilver announced the sale of their Wyoming assets, joined Howell Petroleum at Midwest, working the Salt Creek field. Shortly after joining Howell, Anadarko Petroleum Corporation purchased the company, and for the past 5 years worked for Anadarko Petroleum as their Production Engineering Manager at Salt Creek. Primary responsibilities in this role are engineering oversight (flood surveillance, wellbore reactivations, production optimization, CO2 nominations, etc.) of the CO2 activities at Salt Creek.
P.O. Box 10
Midwest, WY 82643
307 233 4505