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Edgar Pinzon

Carlos Puerta
Graduate Research Assistant

Bureau of Economic Geology
The University of Texas at Austin
University Station, Box X
Austin, Texas 78713-8924
Email: capuerta@mail.utexas.edu
Fax: 512-471-0140

 

 

Summer 2012 Plans
After graduating this spring, I will be working will be working with Schlumberger Business Consulting in Mexico City.

Research Interests
Risk assessment, project management and energy finance

Education
M.S. Energy and Earth Resources, May 2012 (expected)
The University of Texas at Austin

B.S. Civil Engineering, April 2001
Universidad Nacional de Colombia

Experience
Field Services Manager. Schlumberger. Jul-2007 to Jan-2009
IJmuiden, The Netherlands

Technical Support (Intouch) Engineer. Schlumberger. Jan-2009 to Jul-2010
Sugar Land, Texas

Field Engineer. Schlumberger. Jun-2001 to Jun-2007
Colombia, Turkmenistan, Congo

Mathematics for Advanced engineering Teaching Assistant. Jan-2000 to Jan-2001
Universidad Nacional de Colombia. Sede MedellĂ­n, Colombia

Goals
Having a background in engineering and a considerable experience in oil & gas field operations, I now intend to acquire academic foundations in quantification/assessment of risks and project management. GCCC offers me a unique opportunity to achieve this goal by participating in the planning, characterization, monitoring and execution phases of major CO2 injection projects.

Current Projects
Characterization and monitoring of a CO2 injection project in Hastings field. Currently collecting data for the structural characterization of the field for further simulation in PETREL

Professional Memberships
Society of Petroleum Engineers. Member since 2007


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