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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

NORTON PROPPANTS
DIRECTOR OF PETROLEUM TECHNOLOGY

August 2001 March 2004

Responsible for communicating the value of ceramic proppant products to Service Companies and Operating Oil & Gas Companies. Developed highly technical presentations demonstrating the benefits of using different ceramic proppants in both oil & gas wells. Designed and developed the concept for a new proppant product, Versaprop, within Norton Proppants. Directed the testing of Versaprop and other products, evaluated the results and prepared marketing campaign for Versaprop.

HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES
TECHNOLOGY LEADER

April 1998 July 2001

Joined NAL/GOM FBM Solutions team as Technology Leader Production Enhancement in April 1998. Responsible for implementation of production enhancement initiatives for the NAL/GOM FBM. These initiatives include the combination of multiple PSL services in the production enhancement process. Continued development of the Sigma Process as a Halliburton product. Developed, directed and taught a three-week internal school for engineers which initiated them into the Sigma Process. The school covered log analysis, reservoir evaluation techniques, stimulation design and many case histories of the integration of these processes.

HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES
TECHNICAL ANALYST

August 1995 April 1998

Joined Halliburton in Denver, Colorado in August 1995. Work involves improving and maintaining the technical level of stimulation services and interpretation provided in the Rocky Mountain region. Improving fracture treatment design, evaluation and implementation along with incorporating the evaluation of production response into the stimulation process are the goals of this position. Participated in the development of the Sigma Process, an integrated approach to stimulation design and evaluation. Transferred to Houston in January 1997. Member of the Houston Business Development Technical Team, responsible for the development of technology process for the improvement of production enhancement procedures.

FALCON PETROLEUM CONSULTANTS, INC.
PRESIDENT

October 1992 - August 1995

Founded company in October 1992. Work was primarily in southwest Wyoming in the Frontier and Dakota formations involving the design of hydraulic fracture treatments, supervision of treatments including quality control assurance, evaluation of reservoir properties through well logs, pre- and post-treatment pressure transient analysis and production decline analysis. Over 150 fracture treatments were supervised during the first twenty-four months. Also work in hydraulic fracture design in west and south Texas and central Oklahoma has been performed. Reservoir analysis of producing south Texas oil sands and testimony as an expert witness involving post-treatment production response.

ELY ASSOCIATES, INC.
PETROLEUM ENGINEER, PARTNER

May 1991 - September 1992

Responsible for all reservoir evaluation work performed by the company. Analysis of both pre- and post-stimulation pressure transient tests and evaluation of reservoir properties from production histories, including history matching using reservoir simulation. Formation evaluation by log and core analysis in several producing regions and various geological formations. Hydraulic fracture design and on-site supervision, including quality control supervision of fracturing fluids. Performed reserves evaluations in preparation for expert witness testimony. Work has been performed on producing formations in Utah, Oklahoma, Mississippi, Wyoming, New Mexico, West Texas, South Texas and East Texas.

S.A. HOLDITCH & ASSOCIATES, INC.
SENIOR PETROLEUM ENGINEER

April 1988 - May 1991

Involved in all aspects of production and reservoir engineering, including hydraulic fracture treatment design and supervision, well completion design, pressure transient test design and analysis, reserve evaluation, reservoir simulation and formation evaluation. Projects included hydraulic fracture treatment design and supervision of oil and gas wells, including coalbed methane wells, in West Texas, South Texas, East Texas, New Mexico and Alabama; reservoir evaluation of "tight" gas fields in Texas and Wyoming, including the preparation of "tight gas sand applications; reserve evaluations in both oil and gas fields; and reservoir simulation of hydraulically fractured oil and gas wells. Has testified before the Texas Railroad Commission as an expert witness in "tight" gas sand applications.

CLAYTON W. WILLIAMS, JR., INC.
ENGINEER

Midland, Texas
October 1985 - April 1988

Performed both production and reservoir engineering duties including evaluation of producing properties and drilling prospects, fracture treatment design and supervision, pressure transient test design and analysis, well completion design, well workover selection and design, reserve evaluation and economic analysis, artificial lift design, log analysis and production facility design. Developed reserves analysis system for presentation to lending banks. Responsible for producing properties in Texas, Louisiana and Montana. Producing formations including Austin Chalk, Travis Peak, Vicksburg, Wilcox, Olmos, Glen Rose of East and South Texas; Bell and Cherry Canyon, Ellenburger and Atoka of West Texas; and the Sparta formation of South Louisiana.

ARCO OIL & GAS
OPERATIONS ENGINEER

West Texas
Midland, Texas
September 1984 - October 1985

Performed both production and reservoir engineering duties for several fields in Southeast New Mexico, including the Empire Abo Unit operated by ARCO. Proposed and initiated reservoir simulation project on Empire Abo Unit. Evaluated workover proposals and recommended drilling prospects. Presented proposals to ARCO management and performed annual reserves analysis of producing properties.

CHEVRON U.S.A., INC.
PRODUCTION ENGINEER

Mid-Continent Division
Midland, Texas
June 1981-September 1984

Performed production and reservoir engineering duties for several producing fields in West Texas and Southeast New Mexico. Producing properties included waterflood units, primary oil recovery, deep gas production and hydraulically fractured oil and gas wells. Served on the unitization committee for the Eunice-Monument South Unit. Involved in hydraulic fracture treatment design and supervision, pressure transient test design and analysis, reserve evaluation, economic evaluation of drilling prospects and well workovers, artificial lift design and formation evaluation. Presented proposals and evaluation to management.