Friday, 11 October 2013

Agenda October to November '13

Agenda October  to November 2013


The desert Job

Doug Short has me along as his off-sider for my third job as consultant. No contracts except handshakes so far, lots of travel food and beer along with a Grand Final.

Waiting for spud and beds at the site. Innamincka, Copley, bed stops along the way- Big Stars, big trucks.

WIll have to investigate graphics programs to do composite logsStarted the desert job end of September, looks like will finish end of October.

Job is north of Moomba, and I am consulting wellsite geologist- night shift. An old friend and colleague, Doug Short is the senior man of the desert job- I consider him as The Mentor, his experience is fantastic, and he
keeps you amused as well.

Updated Linked-In profile, and started another web site for self promotion at this site, a Facebook spin off?

There was a message from a group boss about work in Gippsland next year, so not worrying too much about that yet, nice to have a network growing out there. Wondering whether chasing up insurances have been a great idea, joining a group might mean good money not used well next year- will see what the contract is all about.

That's about the Agenda October  to November '13


Tuesday, 24 September 2013

Agenda October '13

Agenda October '13

Looks like a shared desert job in the old oil and gas hunting fields out of Moomba for October.

A little trip to Adelaide, then a shared drive with an old mate up north for a few weeks consultant wellsite geologist work, probably night shift or shared day work, some reports and inspections, pick a zone, all the usual.

Complete the hole, drive back south , then visit a few old friends if the old phone numbers still work, and a favourite winery visit in the Barossa, maybe a sail down the coast.

Nothing else new on the horizon past December at the moment; one of my first clients is not contactable, and I know there is some work by them coming up... A bit worried.

Ready now to be independent consultant wellsite geologist, with public liability extended, just waiting on the PI.

That's the Agenda October folks, wish me luck!


Sunday, 4 August 2013

ADFord Geologist

PhotoOil and Gas Exploration Wellsite Geologist








2013

Available as a consultant/contractor/subcontractor Wellsite Geologist as of August 2013

December 2012 through to June 2013

Since December 2012 was the Wellsite Geologist and assistant to the Operations Geologist at Lakes Oil NL at Morwell, Gippsland on a stratigraphic hole, including HQ coring through the Strzelecki Group and into the main objective of the well, the underlying Tyers Subgroup (media released quarterly report May 7 2013). Results as per company quarterly report here, page 6
Reached target depth and now looking for the next project.


 2012

Recruitment company got me a second job with Lakes Oil PL over summer- a top hole supervising and maybe continuous coring next.

October 2012
Consulted for a company late September  to October in the Latrobe Valley, as the Wellsite Geologist and Company Rep working on a coal coring job up valley from home, with an option if successfully completing this task for another in south Gippsland next year too. RESULT- 6 days worth paid out a laptop and MSOffice- just need a log program.
Resume
Graduated Applied Science (Geology) 1983, started in Oil and Gas which meant logging and sitting wells to identify productive zones via hand specimens or microscopy or fluoroscopy or chromatography or interpreting drilling parameters or from logs of gammaray, density, neutron and sonic via wireline or LWD- and passing on recommendations or reports as needed . Directional well surveyor, MWD, directional drilling tool operator. LWD engineer before leaving the field due to family reasons. These are Wells Worked On. Locations were around Australia and overseas in different areas of Oil and Gas Exploration. Picture below is the Maersk Valiant. I appreciate your taking the time to review my resume. If you feel that your company is in need of someone with my background, I would enjoy talking about any opportunities. Please contact me at your earliest convenience so that we may discuss the possibilities in detail.