Wyoming Energy Consultants offer complete project management to handle client needs from the very beginning with mineral research and leasehold analysis, to well design and cost estimation. We can do the necessary permitting and handle all the regulatory issues for you to get your project off the ground. When its time for wheels to hit the road, we can handle on site drilling and completion supervision, as well as facilities design and construction. When that’s in place, we have contract pumping services to get your oil and gas to the sales point. At the end of the life of the well, we can arrange for plugging and abandonment services. Through every stage of the life of the well, we have complete accounting, joint interest billing, revenue distribution and production reporting capabilities to keep track of your assets. Very importantly, we will keep you current with the necessary reporting to the regulatory agencies. We can handle your project from start to finish, or you can pick ala cart from which services you may need to round out your staff. Our staff are experts in every facet mentioned above, and we also have a team of on site supervisors working throughout Wyoming and Colorado to safely and efficiently make your project happen.
Joe is a Petroleum Engineer with over 31 years’ experience in the oil and gas industry. He specializes in project management from well design and construction through to completion and production. He does engineering services and wellsite supervision throughout Wyoming and Colorado, specializing in horizontal well completions and workovers. Recently, Joe has worked as project manager for Wold Oil Properties, developing one of the highest producing CBM fields in the Powder River Basin. This project included the drilling, completions, infrastructure construction, production and management of 59 wells. He has vast experience in CBM evaluations through his past employment with Welldog, a company which measures critical desorption pressure and gas content for the CBM industry. Before working with Welldog, Joe was employed by Schlumberger for 22 years. While employed with Schlumberger, Joe held various positions including Field Engineer, Senior Sales Engineer, Operations Manager, Business Development Manager, and Oilfield Services Sales Coordinator focusing on the Northern Rockies. He gained experience in log analysis, pressure transient analysis, cementing operations, and artificial lift while at Schlumberger. Joe has a B.S. in Geological Engineering from South Dakota School of Mines & Technology. He is a 25 year member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers.
Carmen Goodman, P.E.,
Carmen is a certified Professional Civil Engineer and has 17 years experience in the industry. She performs all aspects of Federal and State APD oil and gas permitting all around Wyoming including horizontal well applications and well exception location applications. She has been involved in all facets of permitting, implementation, and monitoring of water discharge operations in Wyoming. She has established working relationships with the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality (WDEQ), Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (WOGCC), and the State Engineer’s Office (SEO) in Wyoming. Her professional license enables her to prepare bonding documents for reservoirs as well as other documents that require a Professional Engineer’s certification. Carmen has also been involved in several Phase One Environmental Assessments. She prepares Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure Plans (SPCC) required by the EPA for oil and gas operations.
Production Accountant/Production Technician
Laura has a degree in Business Administration from the University of Wyoming and seventeen years experience in the oil and gas industry. Her capabilities include all facets of production accounting including revenue distribution, joint interest billing, and production reporting. Laura is also well versed in fee and State permitting as well as land administration including lease rental payments, working with surface use agreements, division of interest and lease/land checks.
Cameron conducts mineral research, leasehold analysis, composes and verifies title chains, and reviews agreements as part of the due diligence process for oil and gas acquisitions and divestitures. He is active in negotiating and acquiring oil and gas leases, surface damage and use agreements, and working interest buyouts. He also has experience with federal unitizations, nominations for state and federal minerals, and the entire abstracting process. Cameron is an active member of the Wyoming Association of Professional Landmen and American Association of Professional Landmen. Cameron holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with emphases in Finance and Management from Colorado Christian University, and a Professional Land Management Certificate from the University of Houston-Downtown. He is also currently pursuing a Master of Business Administration in Energy Management from the University of Mary.
We have a group of very experienced onsite consultants and employees specializing in safety supervision, completions, workovers, and production. If you have a need for one of those specialists, please give us a call or send an email and we can send a resume or set up an interview.