Adam M. Snarski, Engenheiro de Petróleo

Responsibilities include providing a wide variety of field support to oil and gas companies, gas transmission companies, natural gas and liquids storage companies, banks, trusts and institutional investors.

Adam Snarski


University of Nebraska at Omaha (USA) 2013
Bachelor of Science in Physics

Texas A&M University (USA) 2015-Current
Master in Petroleum Engineering

Previous Positions

Fluor Federal Petroleum Operations (FFPO)
Sulphur, Louisiana, USA

Supervisor Site Cavern Engineer Managed technical support and operational schedules. Assigned engineering manpower where appropriate across all Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) sites. Standardized engineering procedures and ensured regulatory compliance was maintained in Texas and Louisiana. Comprehensive redesign of SPR Mechanical Integrity Testing (MIP) Program for cavern access wells & brine disposal wells (BDW). Developed initial SPR Sustained Casing Pressure (SCP) Management Plan.

Cavern Integrity Engineer Field Subject Matter Expert concerning all matters regarding SPR caverns, cavern wells & BDWs. Field coordination, execution & oversight for wireline, workover, cavern/well diagnostic operations. Executed cavern well MITs and data set evaluations for leak detection.

Department of Energy
Sulphur, Louisiana, USA

Site Engineer Oversaw facility operations to ensure M&O contractor compliance with DOE and state regulations. Evaluated and approved engineering design modifications to facility operational, maintenance and construction.

Texas A&M University
College Station, Texas, USA

Graduate Teaching Assistant Assistant Instructor in Drilling Engineering. Provided tutoring in fundamental drilling engineering concepts to new graduate students.

U.S. Army

Airborne Infrantryman Active Duty Military. Deployments for Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Professional Societies

Solution Mining Research Institute
Gulf Coast Cavern Operators Group
Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE)
Texas A&M Veteran’s Association