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Apr. 2009–Present Oman Sea Petroservices for Shell Oman Well Site Geologist Then Senior Well Site Geologist •Evaluating offset data before the start of drilling; •Analyzing, evaluating and describing formations while drilling, using cuttings, gas, FEMWD (formation evaluation measurement while drilling) and wire line data •Comparing data gathered during drilling with predictions made at the exploration stage •Advising on drilling hazards and drilling bit optimization •Taking full responsibility for making decisions about suspending or continuing drilling •Advising operations personnel on-site and in the operations office •Acting, in effect, as the representative of the onshore oil company geology team •Supervising mud logging,FEMWD and wire line services personnel and monitoring quality control in relation to these services •Keeping detailed records, writing reports, completing daily, weekly and post-well reporting logs and sending these to appropriate departments •Maintaining up-to-date knowledge of MWD (measuring while drilling) tools, such as gamma and resistivity, as geosteering becomes increasingly important •Communicating regularly with onshore operations offices Jan.2009–Apr.2009 Oman Sea Petroservices for Shell Oman Mud Logging Engineer •Working in well site units collecting, processing, logging and analyzing geological samples •Using various laboratory techniques to evaluate detailed and complex data for signs of oil or gas •Monitoring computer recordings of drillings •Interpreting information and feeding it back to the drilling team to enhance safety and success •Operating and maintaining a real-time computer-based data acquisition system, the advanced logging system (ALS), which records all aspects of rig activity •Undertaking some on-site maintenance, for which a knowledge of electrical and mechanical systems is useful •Taking on the primary health and safety role for the well through constant monitoring of all critical drilling parameters •Predicting dangerous situations, such as over-pressured formations •Assisting the well site geologist during coring operations •Reporting to the well site geologist and the oil company in written reports •Frequently acting as a drilling engineer, collating and then logging details of drilling operations in oil companies' computer systems
Bachelor of Science, Geolgy Department, Geophysics Division – Premasters in Petrophyiscs, Doing masters in petrophysics
Basic Mud Logging. Advanced Mud Logging. Applied Geology. Stuck Pipe Course. Hydraulics and Well Control. Safety (OSHA, Fire Fighting, First aid).
Team working & leadership skills: Team member and team leader experience throughout study and final projects. Result oriented - persistent in achieving desirable results despite any type of challenges faced. Effective at time management and prioritizing tasks to achieve deadlines. Extremely punctual.
Personal characteristics: Sense of humor and ability to handle stressful situations in a positive manner. Focused on achieving best possible quality for given tasks. Creative and innovative in finding ways to improve existing processes.