Relief Drilling Supervisor(Night Company Man)
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|Experience: 20 years
|Relocation: Yes - Internationally
|Position in the supervision of drilling operations in the field. Most familiar with the Night Company Man position, at a drilling location.
|Company Liason; 2008 to 2008
Fortesa International(Field Division); Ngadiaga, Senegal
Drilling Optimization Engineer; 2007 to 2008
Cenergy International; Houston, Texas
Drilling Supervisor Trainee; 2004 to 2007
Bison Energy Partners, Houston, Texas
Mudlogger; 2001 to 2004
Martin Consulting, Irving, Texas
Instructor; 2000 to 2001
Well Control School, Lafayette, Louisiana
|Bachelor of Science Degree in Petroleum Engineering
The University of Louisiana at Lafaytte
Degree Conferred: December 20, 1987
|(1.) Rotary Drilling Well Control Combined Surface & Subsea BOP Stack, IWCF
Randy Smith Training Solutions, U.S.A.
(2.) Horizontal/Extended Reach Drilling Industry Training
K&M Technology Group
Shell Robert Training & Conference Center
|Developed simplified version of The Volumetric Method. This simplified method does not involve the use of a calculator or any associated computations. This method is applicable for the situation in which the drill bit is on bottom and there is pressure communication between the drill pipe and casing. The proper implementation of this procedure allows the operator's representative to safely bring an influx to the surface without the ability to pump or otherwise circulate well bore fluids. This method has been tested successfully on drilling simulators on a variety of different scenarios, on numerous occasions. In the implementation of the method, an operations window is constructed midway between the shut-in casing pressure value and the integrity pressure value. An operating window of 100 psi is commonly used. When the casing pressure reaches the upper limit of the operating window, then the casing pressure is bled down 100 psi to the lower limit. Then the choke is closed. This procedure is repeated until the influx reaches the surface.