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Oil and Gas –Environmental, Health and Safety Fields Resume

Desired Industry: Environmental SpiderID: 79894
Desired Job Location: Kilgore, Texas Date Posted: 9/13/2017
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date:
Desired Wage: 80000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: Yes, Less Than 25%
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: Yes

Versatile, performance-focused, and goal-driven professional with hands-on experience in operations management, regulatory compliance, and safety administration in oil and gas industry.
Equipped with comprehensive knowledge of gas monitor awareness, hot work practices, control of work, and hazardous waste operations and emergency response (HAZWOPER) operations. Armed with proven skills in executing projects in adherence to existing standards to guarantee efficient operations. Highly capable of working within stressful and critical environments without compromising the quality of work and performance. Known for articulate communication and interpersonal aptitudes in establishing strong rapport with professionals at all levels.

CH Shafer EHS Consulting Services, LLC  Kilgore, TX
Owner/Operator| Environmental Instructor, Curriculum Development 2016–Present
Provide services to University of Arlington, Division for Enterprise Development, and Environmental Training Institute
Lead instructor services and curriculum development for the following courses: Resource Conservation Recovery Act (RCRA), Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP), and Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasures (SPCC)

ETX BP America Production Company  Hallsville, TX (Corporate-Houston, TX) (2010–2016)
Operations Support Team Lead Inclusive Years–2016
Make sound recommendation and assist in L48 mobility project and application development; L48 deferment project and reporting analysis; L48 process and tier 2 documents; and L48 One map, geographic information systems (GIS) analysis, Spotfire finance project, and Incident Management Team (IMT) response map
Serve as point of contact between Houston and field operations regarding information technology and services (IT&S) project efforts
Oversee daily operations of building maintenance activities, including security and septic systems, water wells, lawn and air condition maintenance, office supplies, cleaning contracts, pest control, and Center and Jasper offices
Improve efficiencies by identifying cost-cutting opportunities, administering tasks in-house, and rebidding with new contractors
Assume full responsibility for fleet management; sales, donations, transfers, Geotab Telematics, SAP GT1, mileage reporting for joint venture of Council of Petroleum Accountants Societies (JV COPAS); pool vehicle inspection and registration; map authorizations; and vehicles assignment
Approve invoices for utilities, communications, building services, Verizon and AT&T cell service, and pager phones for operators
Administer maintenance agreements and contracts bidding through combined efforts of project and supply chain management (PSCM) teams
Monitor compliance task manager database for fire extinguishers, office automated external defibrillators (AEDs), and water well pump
Offer effectual technical support to operations, developments, and other business meetings, as well as backup support to front desk and administrative duties
Facilitate CoW training and L48 CoW orientation regarding ground disturbance, working at heights, hot work, level-1 risk assessment, lifting practices, confined spaces, and energy isolation

Systems Operator | Hydrocarbon Value Recovery (HVR) Analyst Inclusive Years
Took charge of maintaining the EC10 database for production reporting from the company operations field
Worked collaboratively with various teams for production data flow into EC10, encompassing:
Flow-Cal, SAMS and PI administrators; and
Measurement Team regarding well test information
Provided assistance to the following personnel:
Team leads with data control updates, spreadsheets, Texas Railroad Commission (TxRCC) and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulatory and compliance issues, material safety data sheet (MSDS), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requirement and violations, EPA Greenhouse Gases Monitoring Reporting Rule (GHG MRR) compliance awareness, as well as SIWH annual reporting and SWD monitoring and reporting; and
Regulatory specialists on the TxRRC inactive wells compliance project, new well delivery project, facility and surface equipment changes, W-1 completion for new wells, and proration fields well testing requirements
Performed a wide array of functions, including forecasting future production for GAFS market sales, supporting operations daily team meetings, and managing Verizon cellphones for East Texas asset
Closely cooperated with the different teams and individuals, which involved:
Base Management Team to provide accurate active well count in compliance with HB 2259 inactive wells project and wellbore information, recompletions updates, plugging and abandonment (P&A) status and email notifications; wells status, and first gas sales notice;
Vendors to deliver correct information for trucking, mechanics, and outside operators;
Production and facility engineers to ensure the correctness and update of data and surface equipment to document control and GIS analysis;
Houston production revenue teams (PRA) teams, and Accenture for correct production reporting and allocation for the Texas Railroad Commission and the General Land Office of Texas; COPAS recovery; oil, water, and gas allocation corrections; and new well delivery; along with assistance to Argentina Accenture counterpart in network delivery setup;
Houston HVR Team to establish new delivery program; and
Operators to receive training on wells and facility equipment pertaining to meter runs, remote terminal unit (RTU), wellheads, tanks, separators, high and low pressure lines, salt water disposal (SWD) facilities, gun-barrel operations and compressors
Guaranteed accuracy in managing reliability and engine overhaul reports for all engines in the asset; maintaining schedules and on-call rotation for operations and supporting functions to ensure coverage during vacations and holidays; and providing comprehensive call out center information for issues regarding wells
Delivered reports on any immediate changes to correct line of authority, while continuing best practices sharing through energy components community of practice

Single Point of Accountability, EPA Greenhouse Gases Monitoring Reporting Rule Inclusive Years
Carried out the coordination of field data gathering efforts with Mustang Engineering in Houston
Led the implementation of preliminary monitoring reporting plan and development of a site-specific GHG monitoring plan in 2012
Rendered support in collecting emissions information from existing databases and physical counts
Conducted keen monitoring of changes in equipment for GHG MRR compliance in partnership with Web Map Service (WMS) Team
Collaborated with various personnel in fulfilling the following tasks:
Houston engineers for the progression of reporting information and plan development;
Operations and environmental advisors for environmental critical labeling in the WMS; and
Maximo administrator for fugitive association to specific well types
Held responsibility in organizing biweekly meetings for stakeholders and facilitating FLIR camera training
Ascertained the timely completion of the following:
North America Gas Control of Work Job Safety Environmental Analysis (NAG CoW JSEA) and PA competency;
All GHG MRR action items; and
2011 reporting requirements
Provided effective advice to stakeholders on timelines and reporting requirements to meet compliance, as well as third-party walk down and fugitive counts for emissions reporting requirements
Exhibited expertise in updating well information and design for emissions calculations and reporting

BP L48 Onshore Hallsville, TX
Systems Operator, Greenhouse | Gas Monitoring Reporting Rule Single Point of Accountability (field location) | Operations Support Team Lead | PSCM Specialist 2010–2016
Employed keen attention to detail in examining daily and monthly gas, oil, and water production; ETX field production of approximately 36.1 MMCF/day = ~ $32,018,895.00/year @ 2.43 mcf
Effectively utilized multiple databases, including energy components 10, Flow-Cal, SAP Business Objects, and TRRC website to prepare reports for federal and state required reporting and perform data entry of daily production
Assisted multiple functions across many assets which involved field operations, environmental groups, new well delivery, recompletions, Accenture in Argentina, production revenue, and engineering
Headed a team of four in support of mobile application initiatives, GIS analysis, IMT response and training, and office structures and external buildings maintenance, while coordinating budgets with Finance and PSCM groups
Performed fleet management and maintenance of more than 300 vehicles. Implemented cost reduction and fleet size of approximately $250,000/year
Surpassed expectations in two consecutive years (2012 and 2013) on the annual review

Buddy’s Plant Plus  Ballinger, TX
Warehouse Manager, Project and Supply Chain Management (PSCM), Inventory Control, Shipping, and Receiving 2006–2007
Fulfilled diverse duties, involving purchasing and maintaining raw materials, conducting quality control of supply warehouse, and shipping and receiving
Controlled inventory of finished products warehouse, production supplies, and chemicals
Carried out chemical inventory forecasts for attainment requirements from Scotts Nursery
Ensured the maintenance of SDS guidelines with existing requirements for chemicals and raw materials handling in accordance with OSHA and EPA guidelines
Guaranteed the Homeland Security requirements and compliance for highly volatile chemicals and terrorist potential, as well as TxDOT compliance for chemical transportation in the State of Texas
Delivered ongoing communications with consumers on product components, operations, and finished product availability
Interacted directly with Texas Port Authority for release and delivery of raw materials and chemicals

Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science, University of Phoenix, Online Campus  Phoenix, AZ
Coursework in Petroleum Technology, San Juan College School of Energy  Farmington, NM
Coursework in Flow-Cal Basics, Flow-Cal University  Houston, TX
Coursework in General Studies, Howard College  San Angelo, TX
Coursework in Computer Science, American Commercial College  San Angelo, TX

Data Gathering and Analysis | Inventory Control | Staff Supervision and Training | Requirements Analysis and Management | Energy Isolation | Lockout/Tagout | Database Maintenance | Documentation and Report Generation | TRRC Specialist

Additional Information:

Job Safety Environmental Analysis Performing Authority (JSEA/PA) Competency Certification | Certified Environmental Science Professional | Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and First Aid Certified | Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Certified FEMA-NIMS ICS-200 Certified

Professional Development

L48 Onshore Training:
Safety Stand Up | Payroll Compliance | L48 Confined Space Practice | L48 Control of Work (CoW) Training
L48 Energy Isolation Practice & Quiz | L48 Ground Disturbance Practice Training | L48 Hot Work Practice & Quiz
L48 Lifting Practice | 8 Golden Rules Re-Launch | Safety Meeting | Code of Conduct Annual Refresh 2015
IMT Annual Exercise | Service Entry Sheet (SES) Creation | Getting Started with SAP | Getting Started with SRM
Invoice Resolution and Tolerances | Plan Work | PSCM Approvals | Purchase to Pay Overview | Reports in Maximo
Searching and Bookmarking in Maximo | Service Entry Sheet (SES) Confirm Service | Shopping Cart Approvals
Supplier Enablement Overview | Work Order Approvals (using workflow | Business Matters; Lease _Operating L48 Driving Policy | Electrical Safety Practice MOC 165 | EPC: Why Conversations Matter


VIP Woman of the Year 2014, National Association of Professional Women


Member, InfraGard | Committee Member, Great Place to Work Committee | Committee Member, Veteran’s Business Resource Group | Volunteer, Veteran’s Plaza-Teague Park, Longview, TX | Volunteer, Safety City and Fire Theatre, Longview, TX |
Jr. Volunteer Goodfellow USAF Family Services, San Angelo, TX | Committee Member, Local Photographer for business functions; Christmas Party, Team Building, Townhalls, Veteran’s Business Resource Group, Great Place to Work Committee President (local Longview Chapter) National Association of Professional Women

Technical Acumen

Microsoft Office Suite 2007-2013 | Outlook 2007/2010 | SAP | SRM | GIS ARC | Energy Components 10 | SAP Business Objects

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