1. Eugene J. Piekenbrock
1507 Fall Wood Drive Cell: 281-937-9699
Sugar Land, Texas 77479 e-mail:email@example.com
Profile: Consultant Geoscientist/Petrophysicist with 30 years experience working petrophysical evaluation
and modeling, petrophysics lead for corporate technical team, unconventional technical research and
participation in consortia, staff development and training, field development and planning, partner and joint
venture interaction and corporate assurance whiling working areas including Canada (Montney),Texas and
Pennsylvania (Haynesville and Bossier and Marcellus), deepwater Brazil Sub Salt and deepwater GOM
development, North Slope Alaska Heavy Oil and Tar and Wyoming Cretaceous Tight Gas Sand
BG Group/EXCO Resources 2008-Present
BG BG-Advanced Group review of Montney Resources in BG Canadian LNG study.
EXCO/BG partnership in Haynesville Bossier Development and EXCO BG Joint Venture in Marcellus . Currently
seconded to EXCO Resources in Dallas and on the EXCO Corporate Technical Team; built petrophysicalteam and
models for shale gas resources,directed and planned data acquisition, data analyses,technical research with
consortia, and participated in internal processes for evaluation of sweet spots,OGIP, well spacing,understanding of
seals and landing zones, analyses of fracture conductivity,and other issues associated with shale gas development.
Results for various consortia have led to over 300 horizontal wells drilled and completed in Haynesville and
Marcellus asset,with EXCO production at over 1BCF per day.
BG-Group Brazil Asset development and exploration: evaluation of subsalt exploration and field delineation wells
including interaction with Petrobras on planned logging and coring operations for development in Tupi (Lulu),
Guara and Iara fields. Peak production of 120,000 barrels of oil per day for the Lulu field is expected in the
second half of 2014.
British Petroleum 2004-2008
BP EPTG, Exploration, Production and Technology Reservoir Management Group; group goal is to provide
support and consultation and training for all BP assets as well as support for development projects. Taught BP’s
Fundamentals of Petrophysical Field Studies course. Provided courses in BP’s Alaska, Houston and Calgary
offices. Supported the Atlantis team in development drilling in Atlantis field with results supporting increased
production. Atlantis reached plateau production by end of 2008, the production capacity as 200,000 barrels of oil
and 180 million cubic feet of gas a day.
Development petrophysicist for the Wamsutter Tight Gas field in Southwest Wyoming. Provided major revision of
petrophysicalmodel based on core data taken with a protocoldeveloped to evaluate issues for tight gas; effective
permeability to gas and gas in place and determination of net pay and completions in non water producing intervals;
the results of reviewing over 3000 wells was to get sanction for a $10 Billion major project for the BP development
of the Wamsutter field. During the three years increased number of wells drilled per year (over 120 per year),
increased gas production,decreased water zones and selected targets for following year.
Alaska Consulting 1999-2004
Consulted on development program for the Schrader field, Kuparuk field and Sag fields in the Milne Point Unit.
Developed the full field reservoir model description for input into reservoir simulation, developed petrophysical
models for facies and petrophysicalparameter prediction, and permeability prediction. MPU contains complex
reservoirs with as many as 50 oil water contacts and thin bedded shallow marine sands. Involved integration of
several BP software packages, Geolog, Landmark, and SAS.
2. Resume E.J. Piekenbrock2
British Petroleum 1980-1999
Provided development consultation to the geoscience team for the BP Western North Slope Asset.Provided
petrophysicalanalyses on diverse intervals within the Asset in environments ranging from fluvial, shallow marine
and turbidite environments on the BP property. Participated in a team effort that brought on more than 100 new
wells in a 3 year time period. Result was to increase production from 10,000 bpd to 55,000+ bpd in the fluvial to
shallow marine to turbidite environments within Milne Point Unit.
Led petrophysics effort for BG while seconded in EXCO. EXCO initially had no petrophysicalstaff so developed a staff
and built log data bases; initially used Petra, then Powerlog and finally Techlog. Initiated use of Spotfire for data mining
tool. Quarterly technical committee meeting for both Haynesville and Marcellus assets required attendance and technical
presentation. Membership in the various consortia has proved useful in forward planned development. Challanging
because of different philosophies for corporate assurance at BG and EXCO.
Led geoscience effort for BP in evaluating field development of the Kuparuk River Unit, operated by Arco (Conoco-
Phillips). Interacted with partner on the evaluation of peripheral and in-fill drilling. Approved drilling plans and
evaluated joint prognoses for development. Results include over 30 successfulwells.
Led the geoscience effort in the appraisal of the marginal heavy oil/tar reservoirs of the Coleville, West Sak and
Ugnu formations on the North Slope of Alaska. Reviewed/directed technical studies by Arco and BP research labs.
Results focused on a joint laboratory evaluation of the West Sak and Ugnu developments. West Sak heavy oil field
is under development by Arco (Conoco-Phillips) because of these initial studies.
Currently involved in Shale Gas/Oil Shale analyses. Involved in Terra Tek RPSEA project on fracture
conductivity, review of facies and mineralogy distribution for shale gas reservoirs, creating MEM in shale gas
reservoirs, BG Shale Hub studies,well spacing consortiumand and the analyses of facture barrier between the
Haynesville and Bossier shales.
Alaska Interior Basin Shallow Gas Development. The results were exploration and planned development of
shallow gas resources in the Tertiary of the Holitna Basin within interior Alaska.
Geoscience applicationsprogramshave included:
Petrophysical packages: Geolog, CSS/UPS, Techlog
Statistical programs: SPSS, SAS, JMP, R, Spotfire
Mapping packages: Landmark Openworks,CPS-1,ISM,ZMAP,Petra
Database management systems: Sybase, Oracle,
EDUCATION AND LICENSE
UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO, Boulder CO B.A.
Registered Professional Geologist State of California: License #3847.