1999-2001 FASKEN OIL AND RANCH, UNITED STATES
Exploration and Exploitation Geophysicist. Developed and drilled a variety of stratigraphic and structural prospects; evaluated dozens of externally generated prospects; improved some of the contractor generated 3-Ds with in-house post-stack processing leading to drillable prospects.
1993-1999 CHEVRON USA, INC., UNITED STATES
Senior Development Geophysicist. On the Permian Basin development geophysics staff, responsible for transferring Seismic technology down to the operating units; planned, acquired, and bird-dogged the processing of multiple 3-Ds; pioneered the use of coherency cubes in carbonate stratigraphic interpretation; extensive structural interpretation at Puckett and Pakenham fields; initiated, created, and maintained Chevrons Midland Intranet web site.
1991-1993 CHEVRON USA, INC., UNITED STATES
Development Geologist and Geophysicist. Assisted engineering staff in developing/delineating North Ward Estes Field area, Permian Basin, TX; assisted in CO2 feasibility study; proposed, acquired, processed, interpreted, and drilled the WA Estes Holt 3-D/Field; developed an innovative dual porosity model of formation analysis for completion decisions for the Holt reservoir.
1988 CHEVRON USA, INC., UNITED STATES
Development Geologist. On the Midcontinent development team; responsible for development of Chevrons north-central Oklahoma and south-central Kansas acreage.
1986-1988 CHEVRON USA, INC., UNITED STATES
Exploration Geophysicist, Northern Region. Explored for drillable Cretaceous prospects in the Powder River Basin of Wyoming and for carbonate plays in the Williston Basin of North Dakota; developed seismic-stratigraphic models for carbonate and sand plays.
1985-1986 CHEVRON USA, INC., UNITED STATES
Development Geophysicist, Northern Region. Worked with the development geology groups on a variety of projects in the Denver, Williston, and Williston Basins, and the Midcontinent region and the Wyoming thrust belt.