Big Spring, TX
Independent Well Site Consultant/ Field Superintendent: Current US Passport
April 2010 to Present
Tool Pusher, duties included managed day to day operations over rig, reported to superintendent daily regarding operations, maintenance of equipment, overseeing of drillers and their crews including the rig hiring. Coordinated rig moves. Developed and maintained relationships with all operators and field personnel.
Duties Rig Manager, all aspects of drilling shallow oil wells
September 2008 to December 2008
My wells were in and around Burkburnett, Texas
Field Superintendent for a new company
June 2006 to December 2008
for Jack Deaton, the former owner of Cactus Drilling Co., as well as consulting for him. And working in Sales for Frank's Casing.
July 2005 to June 2006
Duties: Managed day to day operations over several rigs. I reported to Division Superintendent, daily regarding operations, maintenance of equipment, overseeing of personnel, including the hiring. Monitored rig managers. Coordinated rig moves. Developed and maintained relationships with all operators and field personnel.
Before becoming Field Superintendent, I was a Tool Pusher for this company on several Oklahoma locations for Bronco, for approximately a month before being offered and accepting the Field Superintendent position
June 2003 to July 2005
This was my one trip out of the oilfields to try carpenter work.
1999 to January 2003
I worked as Solids' control operator, during the production of the Alpine Project.
My pink slip read, "Great worker, should be rehire"
1996 to 1999
1994 to 1996
Helped build and bring in the first rig out the yard. This company was purchased by Key Energy Company.
• 1977 to 1994: Pushed Tools for Pool Arctic Alaska
1974 to 1977
Rough necked and worked derricks for Parker Drilling Company out of Alaska.
Some College for oil company. in All applied science for engineering in oil field.
January 1996 to January 2000
Qualifications: In the 30 years working in the oilfield; I have taken pride in being safety minded.
Getting the job done has always been my top priority. Years before the Trans Alaska Pipeline was built, I worked the North Slope. I broke out on the King Salmon Platform in 1974, for Parker Drilling Company, offshore Alaska. I have extensive offshore experience. I was employed drilling the Discovery Well, in the Brooks Range, in 1977, for Loftland Drilling Company. I was promoted to a driller by the age of 23. With my 30 years of experience, I am looking forward to furthering my profession. I now stand waiting for a rig. I have worked as a well site consultant in the Barnett Shell, for Quicksilver Oil Company. I know the Production Access Program, and various other programs. I also was a consultant on several Quicksilver Wells. I have been drilling in the Barnett Shell for the last 3 years, consulting and training with established consultants in this area.