Chadwick Falkenstein

Chadwick K. Falkenstein, Ingénieur Pétrolier

Responsibilities include providing a wide variety of petroleum engineering, underground storage engineering and mining engineering consulting services to oil and gas companies, gas transmission companies, natural gas and liquids storage companies, banks, trusts and institutional investors

Chadwick Falkenstein

Education

The University of Texas at Austin (USA) 2013
Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Engineering


Previous Positions

Lonquist & Co. LLC
Houston, Texas, USA
[2012]

Petroleum Engineering Intern Completed a mechanical integrity test study on salt cavern wells in Kansas. Developed a new system to update progress of cavern wells in one central location. Constructed multiple work over and completion reports delivered to clients for cavern wells in Texas, Louisiana, and Kansas, as well as updating wellbore schematics. Developed in-house standard for geological mapping submittals to states, regions, and provinces, based on interviews with agency personnel. Performed cost assessment analysis on a coil tubing unit job and recommended which company to use. Completed a drilling report researching lost circulation material in previously drilled wells in order to optimize drilling new wells in the same field. Observed fishing job in Mineral Wells, Texas along with mechanical integrity tests of cavern wells in McPherson, Kansas and Markham, Texas.

Quantum Resources
Houston, Texas, USA
[2011]

Petroleum Engineering Intern Completed a field performance study for the Jay Field in Florida capturing data from well files and company databases. Identified workover cleanout and stimulation candidates. Ranked and rated candidates based upon build-up potential and workover chance of success. Completed a field wide review for add-pay potential for a field in Mitchell County, Texas identifying definitive hydrocarbon potential. Constructed basic hydraulic models using PIPESIM for the gathering system in the Jay Field. Additional activities for the summer included project management, daily field production monitoring, and exposure to field operations including a frac job in West Texas. Presented summary of internship results to company executives.

Quantum Resources
Houston, Texas, USA
[2010]

Petroleum Engineering Intern Worked in East Texas field observing production operations. Observed and supervised coil tubing clean out, wire line unit, and swab unit. Involved with plunger lift systems, operations, and installation. Wrote an authorization for expenditure and created well bore diagrams. Compiled well data summaries from well files for plunger lift candidates in East Texas. Presented summary of internship results to company executives.


Professional Societies

Society of Petroleum Engineers
Solution Mining Research Institute