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Oil and Gas Fracking Expert: Well Completions, Interventions and Waterlines

Technical Consultant #2163


  • Nuclear reload core design.
  • Oil and gas completions.
  • Oil and gas well intervention.
  • Pipeline construction management.
  • Project management in nuclear, oil and gas, construction.
  • Hydraulic Fracking: Project management, contracting, well completions, well interventions, and waterlines.
  • Nuclear: Project management, specific technologies - incore and environmental.
  • Regulatory: Federal and State permits and codes, environmental, including encroachments, wetland and wildlife.


Undisclosed Company, Senior Director, Present

  • Specific to construction and engineering, responsible for directing the pre-construction, Engineering and the Construction department (35 employees, 10 pieces of heavy equipment).
  • Developed the process for acquiring the waterline right-of-way, providing the permitting and engineering for temporary and permanent waterlines to support fracking operations.
  • Responsible for installation of permanent and temporary waterlines.

Shell Oil Company, Engineering, 2012 - 2014

  • Well intervention engineering: Designed and managed well intervention projects for both completions and production departments. Designed and managed Plugging and Abandonment (P&A) for a New York well.
  • Completions Engineering: Designed and managed the fracing operation for 3 projects for Shell corporate research and development.
  • Water Management - Managed the water delivery to frack operations.
  • Provided creative solutions such as stitching together infrastructure, temporary waterlines to municipal supply, and developing "credit water" as a source. Saved in excess of $20 million to the Shell operation.


  • Permitting and Engineering of a department for the pre - construction engineering for acquiring the waterline right-of-way and permitting and engineering the temporary and permanent waterlines.

Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Account Manager-Public Service Electric & Gas, 1981 - 1996

  • Managed commercial interface between PSE&G Nuclear Business Unit and two Westinghouse Business Units.
  • Sold $131 million of products and services (versus objective of $106 million).
  • Worked with all levels of organizations from system engineer to Business Unit presidents.
  • Worked with Boston Consulting Group and Senior Executives at PSE&G and Westinghouse.

Principal Engineer - Engineering Technology Products

  • Managed the Engineering Service and Technology Product line. Increased annual sales from $8 million to $16 million.
  • Directed the development of new engineering services. Participated in two Division-wide process improvement teams.

Commercial Nuclear Fuels Division Representative-Carolina

  • Implemented a new technical interface between the Westinghouse Commercial Nuclear Fuels Division and three electric utilities in the Southeast - Carolina region.
  • Coordinated the technical communications between the Westinghouse Energy Systems Business Unit (ESBU) divisions and the utilities.
  • Provided technical consultation with Westinghouse field sales.
  • Organized regional technical meetings.

Lead Engineer - Commercial Nuclear Fuels Division Core Engineering

  • Managed three engineers and one technician in the core design nuclear reactors.
  • Developed unique, successful engineering solutions to emergent issues.
  • Initiated the first sale of nuclear design technology to Korea Electric, which resulted in the largest value technology transfer contract.
  • Served as an Account Manager of over six years.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 1975 - 1979

  • Officer


  • M.S. Nuclear Engineering, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
  • M.S. Human Resource Management, University of Utah, Salt Lake, UT
  • B.S. Physics, Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, VA
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