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Top 50 Geologist Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Geologist. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Geologist resumes they appeared on. For example, 27.8% of Geologist resumes contained Geological Reports as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Geologist actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Geologist

1. Geological Reports
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Here's how Geological Reports is used in Geologist jobs:
  • Combine reservoir analysis, log interpretation and evaluation, historical production records and geological reports to determine behind pipe potential.
  • Submit daily geological reports in the required formats, including engineering ASCII / LAS data sets by e-mail.
  • Generated geological reports, logs, show reports, geological prognoses and geological formation top picks.
  • Archived and cataloged well logs, geological reports and maps of wells drilled in Kansas.
  • Prepare daily and end of well geological reports and logs for wells supervised.
  • Prepare and send geological reports daily, and at other times specified.
  • Prepared scout tickets and weekly geological reports on wells drilled.
  • Prepared geological reports and geological support documentation for proposed oilfield drilling and recompletions.
  • Prepare and distribute daily Executive Geological Reports of wellsite activities.
  • mapped, evaluated, and prepared geological reports for several prospects around Kalgoorlie, W.A.
  • logged samples updated gas log along with completing geological reports

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2. Water Samples
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Here's how Water Samples is used in Geologist jobs:
  • Collected soil and groundwater samples per appropriate methodology.
  • Collected soil and water samples for laboratory analysis.
  • Classify the rocks, soil, vegetation & water samples collected from different locations on basis of its composition.
  • Collected air, soil, and groundwater samples for numerous projects at a large variety of sites.
  • Ship rock and groundwater samples from the Sample Management Facility to various National Laboratories and universities.
  • Collect and supervise the collection of groundwater samples from monitoring wells for analysis of chemical composition.
  • Collect water samples from monitoring wells, dye testing for the City of Yonkers sanitary sewers.
  • Conducted packer tests, collected water samples, drafted reports, and packaged/shipped electronic data.
  • Collected soil, groundwater, and surface water samples for chemical analysis.
  • Measured water levels, collected water samples, and performed recovery tests.
  • Collect groundwater samples using methods such as hand bailing and low flow.
  • Installed, maintained and collected water samples from groundwater monitor wells.
  • Collected groundwater samples using both standard and low flow methods.
  • Collected water samples from mine related sites.
  • Produced boring and well construction logs for soil/rock borings and installed monitoring wells and collected groundwater samples using low-flow sampling methods.
  • Collect water samples and flow data Job Designation: Core Logging Supervisor Core Responsibilities: 1.)
  • Mapped AOIs, measured discharge, took water samples, and adjusted artificial flow pumps.
  • Assist collecting groundwater samples for superfund site in Rock Hill, South Carolina.
  • Collected soil core and groundwater samples with Geoprobe Systems equipment.
  • Collected soil and water samples for testing.

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3. Safety Plans
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Here's how Safety Plans is used in Geologist jobs:
  • Develop and implement site-specific environmental health and safety plans and serve as site safety officer.
  • Developed health and safety plans for several emergency responses.
  • Develop, review, approve and implement health and safety plans for field crews working with potentially hazardous soil and fluids.
  • Prepared Phase I and II site assessment reports, work plans, and health and safety plans.
  • Supervised drilling and geophysical contractors and implement health & safety plans / work plans.
  • Prepared and implemented Health and Safety plans.
  • Conduct health and safety plans.
  • Performed soil borings, site remediation and wrote remedial investigation reports, sampling plans and site safety plans for brownfield sites.
  • Generate and implement site- specific health and safety plans (HASPs).

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4. Technical Support
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Here's how Technical Support is used in Geologist jobs:
  • Coordinate with mine operations providing underground technical support (interpretation and recognition of geological anomalies & roof control).
  • Evaluated proposed costs and provided technical support for claim settlement negotiations.
  • Core logging, clip logging and sampling, structural analyzer providing technical support in the upstream oil and gas sector.
  • Provided technical support and field management for site assessment projects at commercial/industrial facilities and Air Force Bases in Oklahoma.
  • Provision of technical support to mining supervisors and drill & blast crew to achieve optimum ore extraction.
  • Managed a staff of geologic professionals and Reno office technical support employees.
  • Assisted in software sales presentations, client interaction and technical support.
  • Provided both professional and technical support for the Kansas City Office.
  • Manage and provide technical support from Halliburton Office to rig site.
  • Provision of technical support for regional NPDES personnel; 5.
  • Provided technical support for the Operations and Engineering departments.
  • Provided geologic and engineering technical support for consulting firm that specialized in petrophysical field studies.
  • Provided technical support as a member of a multi-disciplinary team in the exploitation and exploration of Gulf of Mexico core properties.
  • Provide technical support to major, multi-state, multi-plant construction aggregates producer.

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5. Oversight
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Here's how Oversight is used in Geologist jobs:
  • Provided technical oversight and Health and Safety support for environmental field operations.
  • Performed contractor oversight at retail service station corrective action.
  • Performed quality control inspections and construction project oversight documentation.
  • Performed oversight of surface geophysical survey.
  • Work included monitoring well drilling oversight, remedial investigation, groundwater, soil, sediment, and surface water sampling.
  • Aided in the oversight of Aspect's proprietary 3-D seismic acquisition and non-proprietary seismic purchases in the Gulf Coast.
  • Managed well installation crews in the field, and provided technical oversight related to facility groundwater compliance.
  • Interfaced with oversight agency regulators (DTSC, SCAQMD, RWQCB, County Fire) regarding activities.
  • Operate and maintain water treatment plant including pump maintenance, contractor oversight, and water sampling.
  • Oversee SPT soil boring advancement, including field screening, drilling oversight and boring log completion.
  • Lead Technical Oversight on the abandonment of 16 wells in Central Shops and MWMF.
  • Provide technical support and oversight of drilling, WDT and sampling operations.
  • Prepare daily reports and end-of-job files to allow oversight and future planning.
  • Provided oversight as non-operating partner in two CO2 tertiary recovery oil fields.
  • Conducted field work oversight and completed daily reports.
  • Provide daily direction and oversight to contractors.
  • Performed oversight of well conditions while drilling by monitoring gas levels, identifying lithology and identifying zones containing hydrocarbons.
  • Provided excavation oversight of impacted areas, air monitoring, residential sampling, soil sampling and surface water sampling support.
  • Provide DOE oversight for QA compliance of the Nye County Early Warning Drilling Program.
  • FIELD EXPERIENCE Assistant Geotechnical Field Lead/Oversight for tower borings (i.e., 100 plus borings), CPTs (i.e.

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6. Hydrocarbon Shows
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Here's how Hydrocarbon Shows is used in Geologist jobs:
  • Experienced in hydrocarbon shows analysis and sample quality-control and documentation.
  • Evaluated all formations penetrated and reported on hydrocarbon shows.
  • Evaluate hydrocarbon shows from drill cuttings and core samples, formation changes, fluid losses and potential well control issues.
  • Evaluate all samples/cuttings for the presence of hydrocarbon shows.
  • Detected hydrocarbon shows and potential zones of interest.
  • Evaluate lithology samples and report hydrocarbon shows.
  • Generate daily geological report including files for drilling parameters, logs with lithological percentages, hydrocarbon shows and stratigraphic tops.
  • Interpreted and described rock cuttings and hydrocarbon shows Utilized chromatograph, pneumatic gas trap, flow meter and software for gas detection
  • Create a digital mudlog from surface to total depth including all lithology data, hydrocarbon shows and drilling parameters.

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7. Wellsite
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Here's how Wellsite is used in Geologist jobs:
  • Manage wellsite evaluation operations for drilling programs scattered throughout eight petroleum-producing states.
  • Mud Logging / Wellsite operations/Geological Operations.
  • Produced reports and made Vertical, Horizontal and directional bore hole logs using Power log, and wellsite systems software.
  • Led the development and execution of wellsite abnormal pressure teams, monitoring offshore wells for casing points.
  • Worked a fly in/fly out 12 hours on/off schedule at wellsites in Wyoming and Northern Colorado.
  • Promote good customer relations at wellsite and assure that customer is satisfied with work product.
  • Reported to the wellsite geologist and the operator in written report & logs per specifications.
  • Coordinate, supervise and provided Wellsite QC during wire line logging operation.
  • Advanced to lead wellsite geologist in less than one week from hire.
  • Team lead for wellsite geology during client kick off meetings.
  • Assist in mentoring graduate and company trainee wellsite geologists.
  • Performed wellsite duties at exploratory continuous core drill sites.
  • Coordinate and oversee Data Acquisition Services at wellsite.
  • Proposed and programmed new well locations within budget for annual drilling program Supervised wellsite logging and coring operations.
  • Created and updated daily stratigraphic logs using Wellsite Systems software in order to laterally correlate formations.
  • Planned and executed vertical (producers & injectors) & horizontal wells and supervised geo-steering and wellsite geology ops.
  • Manage worksite as a Lead Wellsite Geologist (Person in Charge on-site for Great Divide).
  • Promoted to lead wellsite geologist and began training other geologists in best practices and geosteering.
  • Worked as a Wellsite geologist responsible for geosteering and mud-logging well.
  • Ensured geological data acquired in wellsite are of highest quality.

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8. Seismic Data
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Here's how Seismic Data is used in Geologist jobs:
  • Integrated subsurface geology and seismic data to identify oil and gas prospects and development opportunities.
  • Coordinated interpretation of seismic data and integrated data with surface and subsurface control.
  • Maintained seismic database, ordered seismic data and negotiated pricing with seismic contractors.
  • Interpreted three-dimensional seismic data using a GeoQuest workstation for potential prospects.
  • Downloaded seismic data using GeoReaper.
  • Review 3-D seismic data, well logs, production data, generate subsurface maps and provide recommendations.
  • Generated prospects along the Texas Gulf Coast by mapping reservoir sands using logs and 2-D seismic data.
  • Evaluated and purchased $0.5 million in 2D seismic data and successfully proposed 3D seismic acquisition.
  • Incorporate 2D/3D seismic data to confirm prospect leads, help identify compartments, and drilling hazards.
  • Utilized offset well location to drill 2 wells, due to lack of seismic data.
  • Integrated well and seismic data from a wide variety of sources into single databases.
  • Defined necessary seismic data and work plan for acquisition, processing and reprocessing.
  • Interpret formation, potential hazards, and structures from seismic data.
  • Cross Section creation and evaluation of 2D/3D seismic data sets.
  • Called geologic tops based on gamma and seismic data.
  • Merged Seismic data using GeoMerge.
  • Developed an integrated well-seismic-stratigraphic framework on newly acquired 2D and 3D seismic data.
  • Planned curve landings and well paths (stratigraphic position) of oil/gas wells by interpreting seismic data and off-set well control.
  • Analyzed locations for each new pod of wells drilled in Pinedale against interpreted faults on seismic data.
  • Interpret seismic data, analyzed structure and formation of structure belt; 4.

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9. GIS
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Here's how GIS is used in Geologist jobs:
  • Collaborated with Senior Geologists and Senior Geophysicists on dynamic projects exploring oil and gas prospects in Southern Louisiana.
  • Organized monthly technical meeting of Permian Basin geologists.
  • Trained junior geologist on rig and operations responsibilities.
  • Served as a technician for the Pacific Marine Geology Division, providing both GIS and laboratory support for numerous ongoing projects.
  • Provide daily geologic and drilling operations updates to the Cabot Exploration Manager and Cabot lead geologists managing the well.
  • Helped Geologist with several duties while on well sites such as collecting samples and complying well logs.
  • Prompt and precise daily reporting to operating company s senior geologist and on site company man.
  • Project Coastal Geologist for the Region I, FEMA Map Modernization Program for Coastal Zones.
  • Well site geologist, monitoring drilling process, sample collection and analysis.
  • Oversee daily activities of section geologists and subcontractors.
  • Worked directly with PEMEX geologists.
  • Performed onsite visits during drilling and logging operations, reviewing down-hole geophysical logs with field engineers and client geologists.
  • Gained extensive knowledge of GIS programs including ArcInfo, ArcEditor, Arcview, ArcMap, ArcCatalog and ArcToolbox.
  • Lead Geologist for the Texas side of a large acreage acquisition in the Marmaton horizontal play.
  • Developed GIS earthquake zonation maps and analyses for seismically active regions in the western U.S.
  • Passed Geologist in Training Exam (G.I.T.
  • Advanced from Geotechnician to full Geologist.
  • Work closely with the Cartographic/Publications Division to compile hydrogeologic and hydrochemical data for Geographic Information Systems (GIS).
  • Collaborated with geoscientists from various backgrounds involving economic geologists from Newmont mining cooperation.
  • Developed and maintained geodatabases for graphic and analytical data for GIS interpretation.

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10. Soil Samples
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Here's how Soil Samples is used in Geologist jobs:
  • Provided guidance for contractors, preparation of subsurface logs, identification of soil samples, and evaluation of rock cores.
  • Collected soil and ground water samples for field screening and laboratory analysis, and prepared geologic descriptions of soil samples.
  • Collected air, water, and soil samples for a variety of sites for a major industry-leading company.
  • Experienced sampler and trained geologist collecting stream sediment and soil samples and providing geologic insight at sample locations.
  • Classify soil samples in accordance with the Unified Soil Classification System (USCS).
  • Collect GPS data, soil samples, and groundwater samples.
  • Collected and prepared soil samples for analysis in the laboratory.
  • Conduct laboratory analyses of soil samples (permeability tests).
  • Collected soil samples to check for the extent of contamination.
  • Have collected soil samples for lab analysis of sediment.
  • Collected and prepared rock and soil samples for analysis.
  • Collect air, water and soil samples.
  • Collected soil samples and recorded data.
  • Logged rock cores and soil samples.
  • Logged subsurface lithology and collected soil samples to delineate various hydrocarbon contamination plumes.
  • Characterize soil samples and describe subsurface geology and stratigraphy.
  • Experience included logging soil samples, reservoir calculations, and preparing cross sections and stratigraphic columns.
  • Recorded Lithology and ground water & soil samples.
  • Collected Shelby tubes for geotechnical analyses and soil samples for analytical analyses.
  • Collected quality soil samples at the True North prospect near Fairbanks, Alaska that helped Newmont acquire valid geochemical anomalies.

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12. Chromatograph
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Here's how Chromatograph is used in Geologist jobs:
  • Delivered accurate data for clients and on-site personnel by monitoring and maintaining total gas and chromatograph analyzers.
  • Execute regular and frequent calibrations of Chromatograph and software.
  • Monitored computer output graphs of real-time total gas and chromatography measurements to recognized potential gas shows and gas kick hazards.
  • Conduct quality control on gas detection and evaluation: gas chromatography (C1-C5), H2S, and CO2.
  • Set up and troubleshoot Bloodhound Gas Chromatographs for data detection and collection for drilling operations.
  • Repair and calibration of equipment in the field including Total Hydrocarbon Analyzer and Gas Chromatograph.
  • Rigged up company equipment, including gas chromatograph, working station, and living quarters.
  • Gas Chromatograph- Used to measure and record wet/dry gas ratios from oil/gas drilling projects.
  • Monitor gas and report on gas shows while drilling with field gas chromatograph.
  • Surface logging, rig monitoring, gas chromatography
  • Integrated chromatograph and lithologic analysis in producing detailed show reports
  • Set up and troubleshoot agitator motor for gas separation in drilling fluids Set up and troubleshoot flame ionization device gas chromatograph.
  • Deploy and maintain a variety of onsite scientific equipment (chromatograph, hydrocarbon trap, microscope, etc.).
  • Monitor equipment (Mainlog & Chromatograph) and maintain constant communication with Driller.
  • Created a multitude of lithology, oil, and chromatography/gas logs.
  • Calculated mud circulation rates Collected samples for geological analysis and gas chromatography Developed well logs of geological formations
  • Monitored chromatographic data using iBall Bloodhound and ALS MLogger gas detection systems.
  • Utilizeed a computerized hydrocarbon chromatograph and hotwire.
  • Performed onsite geological duties in the form of mudlogging, while also maintaining Bloodhound gas chromatograph unit.
  • Assisted with mud logging Total Gas Analysis (TGA), chromatography gas detections Stratigraphic and geological correlations Onsite geological support

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13. Data Collection
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Here's how Data Collection is used in Geologist jobs:
  • Created and implemented organizational documentation and policy that improved quality and efficiency in the fields of data collection and analysis.
  • Conducted environmental field investigations and data collection and sampling.
  • Formulated field data collection applications and field observations.
  • Worked directly with operations geologist on site to maximize data collection practices and data value for later reference.
  • Managed and assisted in training of survey team and field crew on data collection field assignments.
  • Proposed a pen-based data collection system projected to save $30 K in data management costs.
  • Perform drilling, installation, and completion of monitoring wells; sampling and data collection.
  • Instruct, supervise, and perform technical oversight during all field data collection.
  • Assisted project managers in data collection, research, and report writing.
  • Coordinate with mud loggers and paleontologists to ensure proper data collection.
  • Drill hole monitoring and data collections.
  • Provide data collection and reporting.
  • Designed graphical event-driven object-oriented computer system to automate data collection process for Argon Geochronology Laboratory at the USGS.
  • Participated on survey crews as an Instrument Person operating a total station with various data collectionprograms.
  • Conducted geotechnical data collection including mapping and core logging.
  • Learned new technical skills in the area of geophysics, environmental and geotechnical data collection.
  • Conduct WDT activities including step drawdown and constant rate tests, pressure transducer installation/removal, and datalogger programming/data collection.
  • Installed sondes with Yale University, focused on fDOM data collection.
  • Authored the "Cyprus Coal Data Acquisition Standards" for drilling data collection and adequacy, including applied Geostatistics.
  • Experienced in using MLogger, MControl, and PASON Gas software for Chromatograph mud gas data collection.

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14. Arcgis
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Here's how Arcgis is used in Geologist jobs:
  • Facilitated training in ArcGIS flood/watershed modeling and furthered understanding of water geochemistry analyses.
  • Collected GIS data and performed research in ArcGIS for site evaluations and analysis.
  • Update digital field maps daily by recording GPS coordinates for entry into ArcGIS.
  • Created detailed geologic mineral/commodity summaries and data tables in Microsoft Excel and ARCGIS.
  • Field Mapping blast hole & high wall utilize ArcMap / ArcGis software.
  • Identified and mapped fluvial and alluvial sand deposits using ArcGIS and ESRI.
  • Completed three exercises using field tablets and ArcGIS.
  • Processed field data for analysis with ESRI ArcGIS.
  • Created sample location maps using ArcGIS.
  • Experience with ArcGIS 10, MapTek Vulcan, Microsoft Office Suite, ProChain (MS Project) and Adobe Suite.
  • Project included multi-user Access database dynamically linked to drilling rig schedule and ArcGIS
  • Collected spatial data to process and integrate Conducted due diligence inspections and into ArcGIS for client presentations.
  • Performed geospatial analysis and advanced editing in ArcGIS v. 9 and 10.
  • Use Trimble GPS and ArcGIS to update, create, and review map data.
  • Analyze and process geomorphic data following each survey using Hypack, GrafNav, ArcGIS, and Matlab.

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15. GPS
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Here's how GPS is used in Geologist jobs:
  • Located sites by GPS and topographic maps and acquired data using PQL, LogPeek, NEO, and Linux operating systems.
  • Collected site data using GPS and prepared diagrams and maps using GIS software.
  • Utilized GPS, and reading and comparing of topographic maps with aerial photographs.
  • Performed GPS surveys and calibrated methane monitoring equipment at the Sunrise Mountain Landfill.
  • Worked in collecting raw GPS point and shape file data.
  • Located objects underground using magnetic, GPR, and GPS.
  • Mapped well locations and information using GPS & ILWIS
  • Collected spatial data using GPS for later upload.
  • Conducted site feasibility study for installing seismographs and permanent GPS Installed and maintained seismographs and permanent GPS (Global Positioning System)
  • Use Trimble GPS and survey equipment * Managed a crew of 7 perform operations and maintenance of remediation equipment.
  • Retrieved data from Niton XRF Analyzer and used that data combined with GPS coordinates to produce GIS maps.
  • Mastered, and implemented new technologies, including GPS, and strong motion sensors (accelerometers).
  • Created geophysical survey grids utilizing Trimble base station and rover GPS systems within 2cm of precision.
  • Use of Trimble GPS to plot locations of pipelines, trenches, and utilities.
  • Mapped geological areas in the Inchiri desert region; created field maps using GPS.
  • Performed geological and geotechnical core logging, theodolite and GPS surveying.
  • Used precision equipment like Trimble GPS for recording technical data.
  • Experienced with use of Photoionization (PID) and Flame Ionization (FID) Detectors, and Trimble GPS units.
  • Perform perc tests, GPS surveys and resistivity surveys.
  • Used laser profiler and ODOT Trimble GPS system.

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16. Mwd
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Here's how Mwd is used in Geologist jobs:
  • Work On-Site with drilling companies, directional drillers, MWD teams, superintendents of job sites, etc.to optimize well drilling.
  • Evaluate offset data, wire line logs, and correlate with MWD gamma logs to insure maximum exposure of horizontal target.
  • Trained in pore pressure prediction, including using LWD/MWD data and drilling parameters to provide real time pore pressure predictions.
  • Used WITTS links program to transfer MWD/LWD data after surveys and to update MD, TVD and horizontal logs.
  • Monitored and interpreted Gamma readings obtained from MWD tools in drill string to ensure proper placement of well bore.
  • Employed proprietary steering software for maintaining position in targeted formations using off-set wells data and current MWD data.
  • Utilized SES for maintaining position in targeted formations using off-set wells data and current MWD data.
  • Analyze LWD and MWD data to interpret the angle a rock formation is dipping.
  • Supervised the MWD/LWD and DD personnel in completing the job on rig.
  • Share information and electronically data exchange with MWD and Mud Engineer.
  • Establish written procedures for Mud Log and MWD requirements.
  • Interpreted gamma from MWD surveys to identify geologic formations.
  • Coordinate operations between office geologists and onsite personnel, including directional drillers, MWD hands and company hands.
  • Coordinate with MWD/LWD and Directional Drilling operations to carry out geosteering.
  • Supervised Formation Evaluation Contractor including Mud Logging Geologist, MWD Logging Engineers, Wireline Engineers, Coring and Well Testing Personnel.
  • Lead engineer for Baroid's logging crew on offshore drilling rigs providing geophysical logs generated by the MWD tool.
  • Oversee Horizontal landing and monitor Construct well to well and regional cross- MWD gamma throughout drilling sections with PETRA.
  • Led MWD and LWD jobs, running gamma, resistivity and geo-steering tools worth millions of dollars.
  • Worked as wellsite geologist for the mud logging, LWD/MWD, wireline logging and coring.
  • Oversee geo-steering contractors and mud-loggers in MWD of lateral Marcellus wells.

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Here's how Formation Tops is used in Geologist jobs:
  • Prepared detailed reservoir maps from assured formation tops.
  • Called formation tops based off information from cuttings, gamma ray activity, rate of penetration, and offset well logs.
  • Designed a MS EXCEL spreadsheet to keep record of the interpreted formation tops, and the different wire log values.
  • Analyzed drill cuttings, called formation tops and monitored drilling operations and gas levels on oil and gas drilling rigs.
  • Drafted a well log describing formation content, gas content in the mud, drill rate and formation tops.
  • Analyzed and described drill cuttings and monitored gas quantities to determine formation tops and production zones.
  • Assisted with the identification of formation tops and soil sample points based on geophysical logging results.
  • Correlate target zones on well logs and pick formation tops in the area of drilling.
  • Created logs containing sample descriptions, including formation tops and gas and rig data.
  • Correlated well logs for prediction of formation tops and the picking of casing points.
  • Picked formation tops and correlate with offset well data to determine sub-sea elevations.
  • Analyze and describe formation cuttings, give percentages and call formation tops.
  • Monitor well path and formation tops during vertical and directional drilling.
  • Identify and report all formation tops.
  • Assist geologist in determining formation tops.
  • Create logs detailing the lithologies, formation tops, drilling parameters, and gas data for each well.
  • Perform stratigraphic correlation with control wells and identify formation tops using drilling information and wireline log information.
  • Assisted geosteerers in locating formation tops and received basic geosteering training.
  • Interpret lithology of well cuttings to create detailed stratigraphic logs, predict geologic formation tops, and navigate fault zones.
  • Identify downhole lithology, as well as formation tops and bottoms in Appalachian Basin.

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Here's how Drill Cuttings is used in Geologist jobs:
  • Maintained well trajectories using sub-surface information by analyzing drill cuttings through visual, microscopic and ultraviolet gas techniques.
  • Performed microscopic analyses of drill cuttings obtained from petroleum exploration wells completed throughout the Great Basin.
  • Collect and analyze minerals in drill cuttings to determine relative geologic formations.
  • Monitored drill cuttings and penetration rate in order to better evaluate subsurface pressure gradient and optimize mud weight.
  • Analyzed drill cuttings and core in order to verify electric log and mapping interpretations.
  • Organized, photographed, logged, and sampled drill core and RC drill cuttings.
  • Monitor gas equipment, create well log, and analyze drill cuttings.
  • Manifest drill cuttings for disposal o Install groundwater monitoring wells.
  • Tested drill cuttings for the presence of oil using solvent/fluoroscope.
  • Collected and interpreted geologic samples from drill cuttings.
  • Collected and archived drill cuttings.
  • Collected, cleaned and characterized drill cuttings to determine lithology of Devonian-aged sediments.
  • Prepared waste management documents for disposal of contamintated drill cuttings.
  • Drill cuttings examination and lithological analyses.
  • Detailed and reconnaissance scale geologic mapping of McNairy Sand in central Tennessee Detailed logging of sonic core and reverse circulation drill cuttings
  • Collected, cataloged, and described drill cuttings while measuring gas output on site in order to monitor progress of wellbore.
  • Warehouse Detail logging of drill cuttings if needed.
  • Logged core and reverse circulation drill cuttings at the Penasquito silver, lead and zinc prospect in Zacatecas, Mexico.
  • Lead a project investigating feasibility of using handheld XRF on drill cuttings to optimize geosteering.
  • Contract) Examined and analyzed formation drill cuttings and drilling mud.

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Here's how Petra is used in Geologist jobs:
  • Maintain geological software by renewing annual software licensing, while keeping Petra database updated with well information.
  • Evaluated conventional and unconventional reservoirs using Petrel and Petra.
  • Managed geologic operations for West Texas, North Texas and South Arkansas conventional assets (400+ wells) using IHS Petra.
  • Learned and used PETREL and PETRA geologic integration software suites within three months and used to perform geologic analysis.
  • Utilize IHS Petra for well log analysis, cross section interpretation, map creation, and field analysis.
  • Experience with Petra mapping software and seismic interpretation through Landmark, as well as more basic software packages.
  • Developed skills in the use of Petra and GIS software to create subsurface maps.
  • Created and maintained Petra database to include geological, well, and production data.
  • Maintained Petra database, including directional surveys, gamma files, and plans.
  • Generated detailed prospect brochures and Petra projects in support of new prospect sales.
  • Hired as a Petra GeoTech and promoted to Geologist within 9 months.
  • Geo-steered 16 horizontal Bone Spring wells using Petra and SES software.
  • Skilled in LOLA and CORETRAC programs, as well as some PETRA.
  • Participated as the sole BHP representative wellsite geologist for a critical GOM tight hole exploration well Skills Used Petrel, Petra
  • Project and interpolate geologic prognosis Maintain 14,000 acres of data within PETRA for drilling operations.
  • Used SES geosteering systems and IHS Petra to effectively map and operate wells.
  • Design horizontal well diagrams and Create presentation maps in PETRA for models.
  • Mentored new operations geologists in geosteering, Petra, and drilling.
  • interpret petrophysical wireline data in cross sections; proficient in Petra and Geographix
  • Interpret data using TerraVu, Kingdom SMT, Petra, Blueview, PDSview, ArcView, Geographix, and Paintshop software.

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  • Generated technical reports summarizing our findings and commenting on the economic viability of various prospects.
  • Prepare end-of-well technical reports for management and investors.
  • Research methods were tuned through daily through the processes of daily reading of technical reports such as the NI 43-101 standard.
  • Prepare technical reports and risk assessments for LANL to deliver to the New Mexico Environmental Department (NMED).
  • Assist in authoring reports including NI 43-101 compliant Technical Reports, Project Summaries, and Consolidated Financial Statements.
  • Produced biweekly technical reports for mining companies and served as the in-house editor for our geologic consulting company.
  • Created technical reports, memos, and other documents to send to very high level clients.
  • Preform field sampling, sample testing, and write Geo-technical Reports for multiple projects.
  • Prepare technical reports twice daily for the geologists and drilling engineer off-site.
  • Prepared technical reports, project proposals, and cost estimates.
  • Prepared technical reports, proposals, and geologic maps.
  • Prepared and presented detailed technical reports to clients.
  • Assisted in the preparation of Technical Reports.
  • Prepared complete drafts of technical reports.
  • Prepare and submit technical reports.
  • Write technical reports for clients.
  • Used MAPinfo and Adobe Illustrator to draft maps and diagrams for use in technical reports and presentations for investors.
  • Document drilling activities on boring logs for subsurface exploration to be included in geotechnical reports.
  • Assisted with geologic settings for geotechnical reports, sampling, describing samples.
  • Developed Bowers and temperature models to investigate secondary overpressure generation mechanisms Wrote various technical reports and presented results to clients

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21. Water Quality
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  • Coordinated and performed a groundwater quality study and remediation of a chlorinated solvent contamination site.
  • Analyze groundwater quality data for contaminants; analyze fate and transport of groundwater contaminants.
  • Attend meetings and conferences dealing with water quality methodology and water quality programs.
  • Analyzed groundwater quality data through statistical and/or modeling techniques for release determinations.
  • Utilized a variety of water quality monitoring instruments and sampling techniques.
  • Conducted site assessments, fate and transport modeling, remediation, risk management and groundwater quality monitoring for various sites.
  • Work as a geologist evaluating groundwater and site geology for development projects within the Water Quality Area.
  • Perform field water quality measurements using a YSI water quality meter.
  • Collected water samples in a survey of private well water quality.
  • Organized and wrote water quality exam reports.
  • Sampled surface water for water quality.
  • Directed subcontractor wastewater management operations to ensure adherence to strict water quality requirements under U.S. EPA guidelines.
  • Water sampling using bailers, water level meter, turbidity meter, other water quality test equipment.
  • Compiled mudlog to Fox Hills formation in conjunction with CU-Boulder's water quality monitoring initiative.
  • Performed water quality testing and gained experience reading and maintaining sondes.
  • Evaluated the geochemical impact of coal ash on water quality.
  • Created and maintained water quality databases in MS Access and Foxpro Analyzed groundwater and soil contamination using MapInfo software
  • Conducted water samplings of streams, rivers, and private wells throughout Roanoke County Performed laboratory water quality testing.
  • Well logging and casing arrangement (Well construction log ) * Pump tasting and water quality control.
  • Performed hydrologic and hydraulic analyses and design for flood management and water quality Prepared hydrologic, hydraulic and sediment transport models.

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22. Core Samples
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  • Prepared core samples for fossil marker identification.
  • Identify critical strata from core samples and rock-cutting data, and build up knowledge of the structure being drilled.
  • Collected and compiled real-time data for logs and scientific reports based on drill cuttings and core samples.
  • Examined core samples and created logs using Vertical and Horizontal Strip Log program.
  • Edited digital photos of core samples to be used in well summary reports.
  • Log core samples, create crack density logs, and determine RQD.
  • Recommend sidewall core samples, and MDT pressure or sample points.
  • Delineated formation boundaries from well logs and core samples.
  • Analyzed rocks using specialized tests and core samples.
  • Analyze and describe drill cutting and core samples.
  • Perform core logging by analyzing core samples.
  • Measured density of core samples.
  • Completed a macroscopic analysis and petrographic analyses of drill cuttings and borehole core samples.
  • Cordinated core drilling exercises and transportation of core samples to laboratory.
  • Reported preliminary data in Daily Progress Report (DPR) Prepared 50 core samples twice weekly to be sent to assayer.
  • Use of Adobe products, including Photoshop to color correct and produce a database of sediment core samples.
  • Performed geo-technical analysis of core samples in search for oil and natural gas.
  • Logged drill cuttings and core samples for sequence stratigraphy and development modeling.
  • Collect water and core samples for numerous different sampling parameters.
  • Implemented specialized cleaning techniques to remove water and oil-based muds from cutting and core samples for various geochemical analysis.

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23. Surface Water
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  • Conducted groundwater evaluations throughout Colorado and Wyoming for water supply, groundwater/surface water interactions, and water rights litigation.
  • Establish surface water discharge measurements in a complex bog-river environment.
  • Performed 40+ Phase II Environmental Site Assessments to sample wells and analyze soils, sediments, surface water, and groundwater.
  • Process hundreds of ground and surface water withdrawal permits; perform fieldwork regularly including site assessment and water level measurements.
  • Collected a variety of samples, including soil, surface water, groundwater, sediments, and wastes.
  • Planned and conducted soil, groundwater, surface water, and air sampling events across the US.
  • Construct miscellaneous site maps for permits and annual reports using surface water data viewer and Google earth.
  • Assisted in the surface soil, sediment, and surface water sampling at several sites.
  • Developed and implemented soil, sediment, and surface water sampling plans.
  • Coordinated soil, sediment, groundwater, and surface water sampling.
  • Monitored surface water flows using a Marsh-McBirney Model T2000 Flow Meter.
  • Ground and surface water monitoring for AMD research at AEP Gavin.
  • Evaluated surface water flow and drainage patterns for contaminant transport.
  • Prepared documents to obtain licenses for surface water intakes.
  • Gathered groundwater, soil and surface water samples.
  • Conducted hydrologic field investigations utilizing manual and automated stream gauging equipment, and surface water sampling within the Wyoming U.S.G.S.-W.R.D.
  • Collected and analyzed historic and current groundwaterdata, surface water data, precipitation data, and 225 boring logs.
  • March 2015-August 2015 Conducted groundwater, surface water, and soil sampling.
  • Measured ph of surface water and collected samples.
  • Surface water sampling throughout Prudhoe Bay.

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24. Sample Collection
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  • Achieved significant cost savings by minimizing purge water volumes requiring disposal and by modifying Quality Control sample collection protocols.
  • Conducted initial geologic mapping and sample collection; developed, planned and managed drilling programs for subsurface exploration.
  • Supervised and coordinated drilling and sample collection activities related to engineering projects.
  • Planned and executed week-long wilderness backpacking expedition for sample collection.
  • Followed standard operating procedures for sample collection and preservation.
  • Sample collection and sanitation including cataloging and photographing.
  • Demonstrated superior time management skills while simultaneously performing sample collection, sample analysis, report writing, and equipment maintenance duties.
  • Lead a field crew to perform an extensive site-wide low-flow groundwater sample collection effort at Aberdeen Proving Ground.
  • Experienced at sample collection in treated sludge, surface water, soil, and groundwater mediums.
  • Provided on-site geological support for borehole logging, sample collection, and well installation.
  • Experience with proper sample collection, preparation and analysis throughout the drilling process.
  • Water sample collection and analysis.
  • Researched and prepared field reports of drilling and/or sampling activities Developed sampling plans and performed soil and groundwater sample collection
  • Project work included soil borings, monitoring well installations, and associated environmental sample collection.
  • Supervised well surface completion construction, geotechnical soil sample collection and well development, surface casing installation and rock coring.
  • Sample collection and description, prediction of apparent dip from offset or pilot wells, production of dip profiles.
  • Rock cutting sample collection and evaluation to determine lithology and the presence of hydrocarbons.
  • Work included sample collection and prep for lab submital for site assessment.
  • MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES Performing wet & dry sample collection, analysis and description.
  • Field activities included geotechnical soil borings, sample collection and well installation.

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25. EPA
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  • Prepared proposals, supervised monitoring and sampling activities and prepared annual and quarterly reports in accordance with Ohio EPA requirements.
  • Supervised subsurface investigations and removal of underground storage tanks and hazardous wastes associated with automobile repair and painting facilities.
  • Prepared well rehabilitation approach, analysis, and cost estimate to address existing infrastructure using local methods and labor.
  • Prepared first USACE borehole geophysics Statement of Performance and Technical Specifications.
  • Prepared Post-Closure Plan for several hazardous waste management units.
  • Prepare regulatory reports o Manage budgets.
  • Provided in-house training for geology department.
  • Prepared daily reports and recommendations.
  • Used and enforced regulations set forth by the State Oil and Gas Council and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
  • Partnered with engineering department to develop ore reserves and mining schedules as well as long term business plans.
  • Prepare rock sample in the form of thin section in order to make it ready for an examination.
  • Completed the Underground Injection Control (UIC) work plan and non-compliance reports for EPA.
  • Prepared plans, monitoring reports, alternatives analysis, and implemented remedial action for No.
  • Prepared and submitted updated borehole geophysics section for the draft Engineering Technical Letter No.
  • Prepared groundwater monitoring plan for this facility also in accordance with 401 KAR 48:308..
  • Analyze, interpret, and integrate numerous data sets between various departments to conduct multi-disciplinary technical data presentations for clients.
  • Assisted in preparation of further hydrogeological site assessment design and scope of work for groundwater monitoring and characterization program.
  • Prepare running interpretive cross sections displaying local geologic structure and relative position of rig wellbore.
  • Performed static/drawdown tests as well as preparing reports on data.
  • Prepared integrated geophysics scope for formation and geotechnical investigation of DNAPL karst remediation pilot study in Tyson MO.

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26. Project Management
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  • Provided oversight and project management of subsurface environmental investigations and remedial activities including confirmatory sampling for numerous City of Chicago projects.
  • Provided cost effective project management, budget control, invoice review, and environmental construction management.
  • Provided site project management/oversight for multiple environmental investigation projects at various local and out-of-state sites.
  • Project management responsibilities include budget control and supervision of field sampling crews and office personnel.
  • Project management, budgeting, project oversight, subcontractor administration, supervising drilling contractors.
  • Project management responsibilities included supervision of geologic mapping, surface sampling and drilling.
  • Produce monthly project management reports covering budgets, drilling activities, drilling rates, significant assays, and geology interpretation summaries.
  • Assisted project management with report writing, project planning, scheduling, and budget analysis.
  • Project management for Survey activities and ROV for clients in pipe-laying and Construction.
  • Phase I and Phase II ESA, RFP preparation, project management.
  • Project management and team leadership with fast learning qualities.
  • Computerized the data and analysis and publishing Project management.
  • Provided jobsite consulting and project management for HazMat and LUST abatement projects.
  • Key duties: Project management.
  • Project Management Coordinating, organizing, and scheduling with engineers, state agencies, contractors, and town personel.

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27. Data Analysis
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  • Supervised exploratory drilling operations, including field geology and geological data analysis/interpretation.
  • Assisted in signal processing and data analysis, assessing data validity and QA/QC, and created Python scripts for data visualization.
  • Managed data and systems related to mapping and data analysis for small oil and gas exploration company.
  • Conducted data analysis and developed 3D surface contour maps, isobars and various graphs for reports.
  • Carried out field sampling plans, conducted data analysis, and developed reports and presentations.
  • Field geologist monitoring drill sites, subsurface testing, data analysis, site boring reporting.
  • Performed logging of core and RC drill cuttings, geologic mapping, elemental data analysis.
  • Collected and interpreted GPS map data and core data analysis for the SC hazards map project
  • Initiated a tectonic study of the Java Sea from gravity data analysis (06.2004-01.2005).
  • Performed field work, completed data analysis, and prepared environmental reports for clients.
  • Identified soil/rock samples, conducted log preparation, and performed data analysis.
  • Perform data analysis and capturing for GIS products.
  • Employed software applications for data analysis including analytical, geologic and environmental modeling and imagery.
  • Collaborated with petrophysicist and drilling engineer to gather data and perform data analysis.
  • Provided data analysis and reduction and final compliance report preparation and submittal.
  • Well data analysis for reservoir and source rocks stratigraphic interpretation.
  • Work included geologic mapping, geochemical sampling, sampling scheme design, and data analysis.

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28. Phase II
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  • Participated in the implementation of UST closures, Phase II site assessments and remedial actions at many Arizona State Lead sites.
  • Conducted Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments and underground storage tank removals and grid sampling of petroleum stations.
  • Project Geologist, Phase II Environmental Site Assessments, South Florida Water Management District.
  • Performed Phase I and Phase II environmental investigations, as well as remedial investigations.
  • Perform Phase I and Phase II ESA including field work and report preparation.
  • Performed Phase I and Phase II property risk assessments for environmental remediation firm.
  • Prepared monitoring, Phase I, Phase II, and drilling reports.
  • Conduct Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments and feasibility studies.
  • Conducted Phase I & Phase II Environmental site assessments.
  • Worked as Geologist under Phase II Site Assessment.
  • Performed Phase I and Phase II environmental assessments.
  • Phase I ESA, Phase II ESA, Industrial Hygiene.
  • Completed PHASE I and PHASE II field work and reports.
  • Field Manager/Site Health & Safety Officer for Phase II Site Assessment, King Pontiac GMC Subaru Property, Loveland, CO.
  • Experienced in Phase II ESA, SPCC and SWPPP Accomplishments Obtained Nebraska DHHS Water Well Monitoring Technician Licensure
  • Perform Phase II environmental site assessments (ESAs) at sites throughout the greater Chicago area.
  • Performed Phase I assessments/Phase II remediation and write these reports.
  • Field Manager/Site Health & Safety Officer for Phase II Site Assessment, Centerra East Development Site, Loveland, CO.
  • Field Manager/Site Health & Safety Officer for the Phase II Site Assessment, Spreng Property, Larimer County, CO.
  • Supervised several Phase I/Phase II environmental site assessments in support of a Brownfields grant application.

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29. RC
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  • Coal and Lignite mine regulator enforcing compliance with Louisiana and Federal Surface Mining Regulations.
  • Recommend areas for future domestic and international Coal Bed Methane projects through research on 40+ countries with Coal Bed Methane potential.
  • Collect and interpret drill cuttings in the search for oil and natural gas deposits throughout the United States and Canada.
  • Challenged to provide soil sample research, detailed analysis, and accurate reporting for construction clients of engineering consulting firm.
  • Demonstrated GIS capabilities for visiting scientists/politicians and trained fellow employees how to utilize ESRI Arc/Info.
  • Directed marketing through research and communication with oil and gas players in the US.
  • Performed Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments at commercial properties including PBS facilities.
  • Load resources and reserves into Peabody s Land Management System (LMS).
  • Generated geophysical subsurface maps for drilling prospects by using data in ArcGIS.
  • Inspected landfill sites at Cannon Air Force Base.
  • Claim staking o Research ownership records.
  • Designed and conducted research to understand geologic and hydrogeological problems using geologic field mapping and remote sensing platforms.
  • Conducted a regional study of intercontinental foreland basin.
  • Project manager/lead investigator for evaluation of thirteen (13) residential and commercial properties for the Kenwood Road Widening Project.
  • Seized limited resources: ice, comfort seat in vehicle, food, water, and geotechnical.
  • Served as section chief for the Mineral Resources Section Develop and execute strategic plan for the section.
  • Sample collection and interpretation Data correlation from several sources Coordination and data recording from other technical personal
  • Monitored Drilling Operations of Exxon Trinidad Ltd. Gas Study Part of the Production Enhancement Task Force responsible for increasing production.
  • Used Minesight software for all portions of the resource modeling.
  • Applied GIS (ArcView and MapInfo) and Corel- Draw 6 for geo-visualization & interpretations of geological & geochemical results.

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  • Developed streamlined data management and data validation procedures for low-cost risk-based remediation projects, used at several Air Force Bases.
  • Conducted testing protocols for baseline water sampling and related data management.
  • Completed geological analysis, data management, microscopy, formation and gas cutting analysis for oil and gas drilling projects.
  • Designed, developed, and published computer programs and documentation for scientific data management, processing, and display.
  • Team Lead and mentoring, training, final reporting, client visit, presentation, project and data management.
  • Specialized in core logging, mapping, drill rig management, data management.
  • Lead on the Center's groundwater modeling program and data management activities.
  • Perform computerized data management on FLIPS (General Data).
  • Drill site data management and quality control.
  • Coordinate with contractors/and client representatives, perform project tasks Writing technical reports and data management including site assessments and remedial investigations.
  • Post demolition activities included oversight of monitoring well installation, quarterlygroundwater sampling, client interfacing and data management.
  • Worked on exploration and development drilling, geotechnical and geological mapping, RC chips and core logging, and data management.
  • Prepared detailed pre-drill cross sections and drilling plans using awide range of geological and data management software's.

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31. Autocad
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  • Associated work included AutoCAD uranium roll front interpretation and delineation.
  • Developed and prepared detailed 2D AutoCAD plans, specifications, and estimates in accordance with applicable standards and procedures.
  • Work with GIS/Land department in an effort to convert AutoCAD based geologic data into an ESRI ArcGIS platform.
  • Prepare mine inventory reports and mine face advancement reports by processing surveys using AutoCAD Civil 3D.
  • Assist survey crew with basic field surveying and basic AutoCAD drawings.
  • Used AutoCAD and geology knowledge to interpret blast hole Geology.
  • Experience with AutoCAD and Microsoft Office.GEOLOGIST I ARCH COAL
  • Utilize AutoCAD for the creation of site maps.
  • Updated maps using AutoCAD and created drill reports.
  • Draw groundwater flow maps using AutoCAD Civil 3D.
  • Create site maps using AutoCAD.
  • Utilized AutoCAD 10 thru 12, TerraModel, CorelDRAW 4, and traditional drafting techniques to produce and complete maps.
  • Use of various computer software: AutoCAD/SurvCAD, Microsoft Office Suite, ArcGIS, Adobe, CorpsCon, Gartrip.
  • Synthesized historic and present day drilling records to compile data and create coal isopach maps and reserves with AutoCAD.
  • Well logs were drawn using Autocad.
  • Experience in programs AutoCAD, WQSTAT, gINT, and Sanitas along with proficiency in the Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Gained proficiency in Garmin devices and softwares, AutoCAD, Microsoft Office, and Adobe Suites.
  • Use Gemcom and Autocad to design drill stations.
  • Use also Autocad - Promine software.

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32. Drill Core
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  • Logged diamond drill core in both NQ2 and HQ3 to include engineering geology and rock quality design (RQD).
  • Logged drill core and determined drill targets for a variety of gold and base-metal properties.
  • Experience logging drill core, reverse circulation drilling and rotary air blast.
  • Logged and sampled diamond drill core and reverse-circulation drill chips.
  • Performed data entry of geologic data from drill cores.
  • Photographed drill core in accordance with standard procedure.
  • Conducted cross-sectional mapping of drill cores.
  • Conducted detailed description of structure and mineralization of drill core.
  • Supervised multiple-rig surface drill programs at various district locations Completed underground mapping, drill core logging, and sampling
  • Drill Core Analysis, Compiled Drill Logs Compiled reports to be sent to Lead Geologist and CABOT Representatives
  • Logged and sampled approximately 3000' of drill core, determined future drilling exploration sites.
  • Logged and sampled 4861' of drill core, responsible for approving/calling underground drill holes.
  • Selected and prepped drill core samples for assays following [ ] QA/QC protocol.
  • Evaluate drill core to determine zones of mill ore for geometallurgical sampling.
  • Drill Core Program In charge of the core program.
  • Designed a drill core logging program and performed structural, lithological, and geotechnical analysis on historic core.
  • Analyze drill core, Measure the depth of the core, Data logging measurments into the computer..
  • Logged diamond drill core from Besshi type copper volcanogenic massive sulphide deposit.

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33. Rcra
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  • Prepared geologic and environmental reports including transport modeling Performed in-field environmental investigations including Superfund and RCRA
  • Reviewed RCRA permit applications for technical and regulatory completeness and adequacy.
  • Generated documents supporting RCRA and CERCLA regulatory requirements.
  • Provide hydrology seminars on RCRA Regulations.
  • Perform on-site RCRA groundwater monitoring inspections.
  • Collected air, water, soil and sediment samples for RCRA, CERCLA, TSCA, UIC and other regulatory programs.
  • Collected and reviewed all groundwater data in accordance with the requirements of the facility's RCRA hazardous waste operating permit.
  • Work within both CERCLA and RCRA compliance regulations as well as within the framework of DOE orders.
  • Coordinated subcontractors and laboratories for CERCLA, LUST, RCRA, SRP, and projects.
  • Project site experience including Ohio EPA VAP and US EPA RCRA Corrective Action sites.
  • Conducted geological entry level work at Underground Storage Tank Sites and RCRA sites.
  • Enforced Tennessee solid waste and Federal RCRA hazardous waste regulations.
  • Served as geologist and compliance officer for RCRA-permitted facilities.
  • Drafted and negotiated RCRA consent orders.
  • Provided field services for a RCRA Corrective Action site including groundwater, surface water, and soil sampling activities.
  • Project manager for EPA driven RCRA Corrective Action projects Arthur Andersen & Co., Florence, KY.
  • Supported the EPA RCRA Corrective Action program at active large hazardous waste TSDFs and closed landfills.
  • Manage subcontractor drilling in overburden and bedrock lithologies on EPA Superfund and RCRA Brownfield sites.
  • Assisted compliance officers during Compliance Evaluation Inspections (CEI) at RCRA-permitted facilities.
  • Supervised field activities in order to comply with RCRA Part B requirements for Amerada Hess, St. Croix, USVI refinery.

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34. Oil Company
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  • Maintained constant communication with oil company representatives, Geologists and their clients.
  • Maintained professional relationships with oil company geologists and representatives, rig managers and personnel, and oil field service personnel.
  • Barber Exploration is an oil company so every project is centered around petroleum and furthering our oil findings.
  • Document and catalog all rock samples and provide a finalized well summary report to oil company.
  • Maintain line of communication with well site geologist and the Oil Company at all times.
  • Analyzed oil company maps of Gulf of Mexico leases for NGPA gas pricing applications.
  • Distribute daily reports and end of well reports to oil company personnel.
  • Report to the geologist and the oil company in written reports.
  • Prepared data and daily reports for delivery to Oil Company clients.
  • Design and make well logs/charts for oil company geologist.
  • Advised onsite oil company field representatives and senior geologists at headquarters of exploration firms of present and expected future drilling conditions.
  • Recorded data on mud log from Drillers, directional crew, mud engineer and oil company.
  • Worked one month at Waha Oil Company as summer training program.

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35. UST
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  • Managed environmental investigation and remediation projects at military bases and industrial facilities.
  • Coordinated distribution of refined oil to customers.
  • Responded to over 200 public inquiries regarding potential meteorite samples utilizing a custom-made MS Access database built using SQL.
  • Analyze core from the drilling mud to compile data for directional drilling adjustments to maintain optimal well production.
  • Collaborate with Australian staff to write JORC resource estimation reports for Peabody projects across Queensland.
  • Delivered daily status reports to customers, geologists, company personnel and other third parties.
  • Performed Phase I, and Phase II environmental assessment investigations for industrial and commercial properties.
  • Trained new course custodians and field representative in the office and in the field.
  • Completed geophysical surveys for industry leading geophysical firm on UXO sites across the country.
  • Implemented EPA mandated underground fuel tank storage (UST) registration program for Virginia.
  • Project manager for ~50 facilities which were contaminated with UST petroleum products.
  • Supervised monitoring well installation of shallow, deep, and cluster wells.
  • Integrated next generation system with existing industry's computer networks and software.
  • Work with laboratory IT department to customize software for company-wide use.
  • Estimate coal reserves and resources for Australia using JORC guidelines.
  • Collected gas/air samples using chain of custody forms.
  • Prepare geologic and hydrogeologic cross-sections and maps, and other illustrations for data interpretation and presentation.
  • Performed geologic and hydrogeologic field tasks in support of remedial investigations at industrial and Superfund sites.
  • Course Custodian Liaised with Nautilus' industry leading course instructors to develop, plan, and improve their courses.
  • Well experience included horizontal (Austin Chalk, Eagleford, Woodbine deltaic), small target directional, and HPHT.

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36. Bakken
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  • Detected any changes in formation's dip, generating additional data to prevent drill-bit from leaving the middle Bakken.
  • Tracked location of drill bit within formation, resulting in data relative to location of the middle Bakken.
  • Created and continually updated the subsurface Bakken Structure map as new data was acquired through drilling.
  • Provided geological support and real-time data monitoring during drilling of horizontal wells in the Bakken oilfield.
  • Worked in conjunction with asset team in planning, drilling and optimization of Bakken development.
  • Worked multiple wells vertical, curve, and lateral in the Bakken.
  • Described numerous Bakken and Three Forks cores.
  • Geo-steered wells in Bakken and Barnett.
  • Geo-steered precision laterals in narrow target windows, between 8' and 15', of theMiddle Bakken formation.
  • Maintained and updated geochemical maps detailing productive limits of our acreage and the Bakken shale maturity boundary.
  • Design of a fracture job for various well stimulations and cost analysis in Bakken Shale Formation.
  • Steer horizontal wells in the Bakken and Three Forks Formations of the Williston Basin.
  • Worked with facilities in planning of water takeaway Petrophysical analysis of deeper Bakken pool prospects.
  • Oil plays include Bakken, Niobrara, Eagle Ford, Barnett, and the Marcellus.
  • Utilized geo-steering software to improve structural interpretation of Eagleford, Niobrara, Bakken, Utica and Marcellus formations.

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  • Key skills: Seismic mapping & amplitude extraction in Petrel, play sizing & risking for deterministic & probabilistic ranges
  • Tracked well trajectories in Petrel modeling program as wells are drilled.
  • Identified injection opportunities using injection profile data, upscaled to a property in Petrel model.
  • Log correlation Cross-section building and surface modeling using Petrel.
  • Recommended using Petrel to build a predictive facies model to identify new infill and exploration targets for the Bossier/Deep Bossier sands.
  • Edited and applied looping Petrel workflow capable of calculating the full range of in-place volumes using deterministic 2D geological maps.
  • Used Petrel to correlate 45 well logs within producing fields, using both bio- and lithology picks.
  • Created Petrel models for multiwell projects using log data, borehole images and micro-seismic.
  • Worked on Geoframe, Elan, and petrel.
  • Evaluated basins worldwide for EM potential and help create mutli-client basin strategy Evaluated reservoir potential using Petrel and EM technology.
  • Used Petrel to build structural, facies, and petrophysical models in support of resource calculation.

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  • Monitored and analyzed drilling parameters as secondary indicators of pore pressure trends.
  • Manage offshore unit crew performance and logistics including mud loggers, pore pressure engineers, sample catchers, and gas specialists.
  • Report oil shows detection, analysis, drilling parameters, pore pressure, and hydrocarbon gas ratios.
  • Well logging with computerized data acquisition system, pore pressure evaluation and final well report writing.
  • Sound understanding of pore pressure analysis, fracture gradient, overburden pressure and well bore stability.
  • Review and analyze well prognosis and job orders, pore pressure predictions.
  • Analyzed pore pressure of a Miocene field to determine fault compartmentalization.
  • Selected casing points based on pore pressure predictions created using offset well data and real-time cuttings data.
  • Evaluated formation type, pore pressure limits and frac gradients to propose safe casing set points.
  • Mud Logging, Sample Analysis, Chromatography, Pore Pressure Prediction

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39. Formation Evaluation
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Here's how Formation Evaluation is used in Geologist jobs:
  • Provide support to sales team, field operations and multidisciplinary team of formation evaluation analyst.
  • Selected to work on the international Tunisia team for operational and formation evaluation expertise.
  • Supervised well-site formation evaluation during drilling operations.
  • Experience with log correlation, formation evaluation, seismic interpretation, structure maps and cross-section preparation.
  • Produced formation evaluation logs and created Final well reports using MS Word and MS Excel.
  • Utilized and interpreted formation evaluation tools such as electrical logs and gamma ray logs.
  • Prepare Formation Evaluation Acquisition Plan for new wells in Gulf of Mexico.
  • Experienced using mudlogging software to produce accurate and complete formation evaluation log.
  • Created formation evaluation / stratigraphic logs using GeoDraft software.
  • Coordinated and participated on formation evaluation and volumetric assessment.
  • Performed on site formation evaluation using drill-cuttings collected by depth interval and logged samples using Wellsight Mud Log v6.4 software.
  • Created formation evaluation / stratigraphic logs using the LogPlot program.

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40. Site Investigations
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  • Prepared preliminary reports for site investigations involving hazardous and toxic wastes.
  • Performed environmental site investigations individually or in a 2-man crew.
  • Managed numerous Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments, Site Investigations, and Remedial Action activities.
  • Implemented, site investigations, soil/ground and water/air sampling, and monitoring programs.
  • Project Manager responsible for Class V injection well site investigations and closures.
  • Performed Phase II Site investigations using a GeoProbe.
  • Conducted hydrogeologic environmental site investigations at government and industrial facilities.
  • Performed supplemental site investigations, data evaluation, and planning in preparation of mass source area removals and site closures.
  • manage environmental site investigations and remediation projects in Chemical Hazard New Zealand.

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41. Isopach Maps
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Here's how Isopach Maps is used in Geologist jobs:
  • Create detailed cross sections and develop structure/isopach maps.
  • Identified optimal well placement using structural grids and isopach maps created from regional well log correlations and 3D seismic data.
  • Constructed subsurface oil and gas reserves isopach maps by evaluating and correlating electric, sonic, and nuclear logs.
  • Created well plans based on continuously updated structure, isopach maps, and various net pay and cut-off maps.
  • Work with geologists and geophysicists to evaluate locations based on seismic, structure and isopach maps.
  • Generated isopach maps for top and base of Eagle Ford Shale in the Upper Gulf Coast.
  • Assisted in refining and updating isopach maps at multiple locations based on well data.
  • Prepared a variety of structure and isopach maps along with production maps.
  • Learned and used Kingdom/SMT for contouring structure and isopach maps.
  • Created isopach maps by hand.
  • Analyzed logging/geologic/geophysical/formation testing data in order to correlate wells, draft structural and isopach maps, and generate resource play concepts.
  • Correlated the wells in Stratworks and generated Structure and Isopach maps in Z-Map Plus on a Unix Workstation.
  • Analyze well logs to build structure, IP, Gross/Net Pay and isopach maps with geographix software.
  • Create geologic structure and isopach maps Coordinate and analyze geochemical data.
  • Created Geoprogs, Subsurface Structure Maps, Resistivity Maps, Isopach Maps, Porosity Maps, Net Pay Maps, etc.

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42. Data Entry
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Here's how Data Entry is used in Geologist jobs:
  • Conduct research and complete data entry, using defined procedures to identify relationships and provide validated and credible data.
  • Performed computer data entry, coal seam correlations, computer-aided geological mapping, landfill and coal modeling.
  • Use Data Entry Database software to log submitted Surface Mining and Notice of Exempt applications.
  • Reorganized, expanded, and updated shorthand data entry guidebook.
  • Contributed to miscellaneous department projects including working on geophysical maps, geochemical and geophysical research, and field data entry.
  • Report writing experience includes data entry, analytical data evaluation, groundwater mapping/flow modeling, and technical writing.
  • Core logging * Geotechnical services (RQD, photo, sampling) * AcQuire data entry
  • Supervised junior geologists, data entry clerks and field personnel Acted as Senior Geologist when required
  • Insured data entry of core into Gemcom Software was updated and accurate.
  • Major Responsibilities: Input data entry and update the database.

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43. Lwd
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Here's how Lwd is used in Geologist jobs:
  • Maintain desired position of bit in formation at all times through supervision of directional drillers, MWD/LWD personnel.
  • Perform of quality control of mud logging and MWD/LWD operation data handling.
  • Control of mud logging and LWD data handling operation.
  • Supervised 3rd party contractors: LWD, MWD, mudlogging operations, wire-line logging operations and perforation jobs.
  • Used LWD GR to provide a clear, concise geologic interpretation of the wellbore path.
  • Perform quality control of mud logging, LWD & wireline logging operation.
  • Directed feasibility studies for downhole tools to identify best technology applications through wireline modeling and LWD offset data.
  • Specialized in team-oriented geosteering and LWD of horizontal/directional drilling operations (San Juan Basin and Moab area).

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44. Rig
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Here's how Rig is used in Geologist jobs:
  • Communicated real time with drilling crew and supervisors to ensure the right decisions were being made at the right time.
  • Operated drill rigs for shallow holes for loading dynamite and blasting for excavation of roads and ore rock formations.
  • Notified rig personnel and clients of any potential operational hazards affecting rig, personnel, and environment.
  • Rig up/down and keep client and appropriate staff member up to date with the proper forms.
  • Field work included supervising two core drilling rigs in the fall of 2013.
  • Communicate interpretations and well bore placement to drilling rig operations in real time.
  • Rig Types include but not limited to Drill-ships, spur and semi-sub jack-up.
  • Reduced risks at rig sites by remotely monitoring and troubleshooting gas detection systems.
  • Used well guidance experience to increase efficiency on the rig site.
  • Saved the company from a right-of-way lawsuit by asking key questions.
  • Resolve operational problems that occur to keep drill rigs operating.
  • Operated Pneumatic, and Electric Drill Rigs.
  • Required to work with drill rig operators to determine the orientation of proposed drill holes and extent of mineralization.
  • Preformed daily functions of mud logger Responsible for monitoring the rig operations and performing sample evaluations.
  • Served as liaison between the drilling rig manager, directional drilling supervisor, and company geologist.
  • Evaluate and describe lithology and hydrocarbon content of cutting samples from active drill rigs.
  • Established Water Rights and Mineral Rights on unpatented and patented mining properties.
  • Utilized Rigwatch, TOTCO, and DML software programs.
  • Collected cuttings, lithologic description, hyrdrocarbon detection, rig-up and monitoring of drilling operations.
  • Field management of geologic operations on rigs drilling in 'tight gas sands' (Piceance Basin, Colorado).

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45. Log Analysis
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Here's how Log Analysis is used in Geologist jobs:
  • Performed geophysical log analysis for each logging project.
  • Supervised and instructed entry level geologist in basic well log analysis, correlations and cross section construction and subsurface mapping methods.
  • Determined new development possibilities through creation of cross-sections, geologic maps, production maps, and well-log analysis.
  • Provided project support services such as formation evaluation, log analysis and surveying to clients.
  • Used GIS to perform subsurface mapping and well log analysis.
  • Project: Real-Time Well Log Analysis.
  • Developed a strong background in petrophysical well-log analysis through extensive training & project work.
  • Log analysis using Prizm, to match well completion design.
  • Log analysis and water pumping test on wells and piezometers.
  • Provide Geologic and GeoTech support Basin wide mapping (Isopach, Structure, Pay/Porosity) Log Analysis Utilizing various software packages

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46. Structure Maps
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Here's how Structure Maps is used in Geologist jobs:
  • Maintained up-to-date structure maps for optimization of well landing accuracy.
  • Generated structure maps, as well as, production type maps to determine the oil/gas boundary in the Upper Gulf Coast.
  • Calculated Target Lines Based on Offset Data, and Current Structure Maps and Logs.
  • Hand contouring of structure maps in area and picked estimated tops before drilling.
  • Updated structure maps on regular basis to edit and ensure correctness of interpretations.
  • Provide post-well analysis and work with operations geologist to update structure maps.
  • Prepare geological prognoses for conventional wells; prepare isopach and structure maps of the Lansing-Kansas City formations for development and exploration.
  • Constructed cross-sections, structure maps to show separation from other fields in the Lobo trend thus warranting new field designation.
  • Prepared numerous boring logs, isopach, and structure maps for sites across Pennsylvania and the Midwest.
  • Construct structure maps, reservoir isopachs and other supporting data necessary to recommend drilling well locations.
  • well mapping, and seismic structure maps.
  • Create structure maps and reservoir isopachs for field development in shallow-water carbonate sequences of the Williston basin.
  • Generated Isopach, Isochore, and structure maps showing oil, gas and water contacts.

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47. Data Interpretation
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Here's how Data Interpretation is used in Geologist jobs:
  • Collaborated with team members on selecting lateral perforation position from data interpretation.
  • Trained two geologists to use computer-modeling software and data interpretation techniques.
  • Performed seismic data interpretation; Integrated Geophysical and Geologic data.
  • Assist drilling operator with data interpretation for evaluation of abnormal pressure ramps that will be drilled.
  • Attended well log and seismic survey data interpretation sessions with senior SGE geologists.
  • Manage the quality of the Data interpretation before and after modeling.
  • Job Functions* 2-D Seismic Data Interpretation with JV Partners, e.g.
  • Core Logging, Data Entry, Data Interpretation
  • Readied geologic and hydrogeological cross-sections and maps for data interpretation and presentation.
  • Well versed in Mudlog software applications, Excel, and Pason data interpretation.

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48. Geophysical Data
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Here's how Geophysical Data is used in Geologist jobs:
  • Identified geological relationships critical to the integration of multidisciplinary information into working interpretations, especially geophysical data and interpretation.
  • Assist in reorganizing and streamlining TIC data tables of cataloged and stored geologic/geophysical data.
  • Interpreted and integrated all geological and geophysical data for exploration drilling campaign preparation.
  • Integrated geophysical data in subsurface mapping e.g.
  • Supervised drilling operations and geophysical data collections.
  • Managed geological and geophysical data.
  • Managed geological and geophysical databases; including well logs, seismic data, films and maps.
  • Trained numerous people in the scanning of oil/gas/geophysical data to PDF files.
  • Performed subsurface mapping from well data, geological interpretation of geophysical data, aquifer testing and calculation of hydrogeological parameters.
  • Evaluated geologic and geophysical data for the development of oil and natural gas prospects in Louisiana and Texas.
  • Prepare, transcribe, or analyze seismic, gravimetric, well log, or other geophysical data.
  • Utilize lithological and geophysical data to steer horizontal rigs in real time.
  • maintain geochemical data base, interpret geologic/seismic/geochemical & geophysical data in relation to oil/gas exploration
  • Correlate well log and geophysical data for the Marchand, Cottage Grove and Woodford formations.Interpreted lithology, stratigraphy, and maturity.

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49. Geographix
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Here's how Geographix is used in Geologist jobs:
  • Generate structural/porosity maps and cross sections to identify oil/gas prospects using GeoGraphix software
  • Assisted in the implementation of GeoGraphix as the mapping and database management software for the office.
  • Produced maps and cross-sections using GeoGraphix and Petra software.
  • Generated maps with use of the geological and geophysical interpretation software, Geographix Discovery.
  • Created and updated regional base maps using Intellex and GeoGraphix software.
  • Mapped all leases using GeoGraphix Leasemap.
  • Managed and utilized Geographix and ArcGIS to preform geologic mapping, creating stratigraphic cross sections, and maintaining the geology database.

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50. Osha
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Here's how Osha is used in Geologist jobs:
  • Remained current on all relevant OSHA safety practices and required certifications.
  • Attended several OSHA training seminars to ensure workplace safety.
  • Completed health and safety training under OSHA regulations.
  • Obtained OSHA 40 HOUR HAZARDOUS WASTE CERTIFICATE and was Site Safety Officer on Level C Hazardous Waste Sites.
  • DOT Hazardous Materials Transportation Training (2014) OSHA 32 Hour Construction Safety Training (2015)
  • Exit Strategy, Former Copper Mill, Kenosha, Wisconsin.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Geologist

Geological Reports

37.9%

Water Samples

8.9%

Safety Plans

7.5%

Technical Support

5.1%

Oversight

4.3%

Hydrocarbon Shows

4.1%

Wellsite

4.0%

Seismic Data

3.1%

GIS

2.9%

Soil Samples

2.5%

Water Pumps

2.1%

Chromatograph

2.0%

Data Collection

2.0%

Arcgis

2.0%

GPS

2.0%

Mwd

2.0%

Formation Tops

2.0%

Drill Cuttings

1.9%

Petra

1.8%

Technical Reports

1.8%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Geologist

Rank Skill
1 Geological Reports 27.8%
2 Water Samples 6.6%
3 Safety Plans 5.5%
4 Technical Support 3.8%
5 Oversight 3.2%
6 Hydrocarbon Shows 3.0%
7 Wellsite 2.9%
8 Seismic Data 2.3%
9 GIS 2.1%
10 Soil Samples 1.8%
11 Water Pumps 1.6%
12 Chromatograph 1.5%
13 Data Collection 1.5%
14 Arcgis 1.5%
15 GPS 1.5%
16 Mwd 1.4%
17 Formation Tops 1.4%
18 Drill Cuttings 1.4%
19 Petra 1.3%
20 Technical Reports 1.3%
21 Water Quality 1.2%
22 Core Samples 1.2%
23 Surface Water 1.2%
24 Sample Collection 1.1%
25 EPA 1.1%
26 Project Management 1.1%
27 Data Analysis 1.1%
28 Phase II 1.0%
29 RC 1.0%
30 Data Management 1.0%
31 Autocad 0.9%
32 Drill Core 0.9%
33 Rcra 0.9%
34 Oil Company 0.9%
35 UST 0.9%
36 Bakken 0.9%
37 Petrel 0.9%
38 Pore Pressure 0.8%
39 Formation Evaluation 0.8%
40 Site Investigations 0.8%
41 Isopach Maps 0.7%
42 Data Entry 0.7%
43 Lwd 0.7%
44 Rig 0.7%
45 Log Analysis 0.7%
46 Structure Maps 0.7%
47 Data Interpretation 0.7%
48 Geophysical Data 0.7%
49 Geographix 0.7%
50 Osha 0.7%
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