Stephen G. Pilch, P. Eng., Sr. Reservoir Engineer

Responsibilities include managing evaluations/audits of oil and natural gas properties using a variety of engineering software. Estimation of conventional and unconventional oil and natural gas Reserves by volumetric, dynamic data analysis or flowing material balance, material balance, decline analysis, analog analysis, and by developing type curves. Ensuring compliance to NI51-101 and COGEH standards and Alberta Security Commission (ASC) reporting, filing and recommending. In addition, assessing field development strategies by assessment of water source and disposal wells for cavern engineering applications through well test and long-term injection analysis.

Stephen Pilch

Education

University of Calgary (Canada) 1996
Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering


Previous Positions

GLJ Petroleum Consultants
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
[2001 to 2015]

Senior Reservoir Engineer Responsibilities included evaluation of oil and gas properties, perform flowing material balance studies, well test analysis, full field simulations, expert witness testimony in court cases, provide technical back up for emerging play Reserve assignments on both a domestic and international basis.

Duke Engineering and Service
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
[1997 to 2000]

Reservoir Simulation Engineer Participated in numerous domestic and international reservoir simulation and engineering studies. Perform numerical well tests and full field studies on a wide variety of fields and zones both domestically and internationally. Develop and present reservoir engineering and simulation courses for international clients.

Imperial Oil Ltd.
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
[1996 to 1997]

Field Reservoir Engineer Monitored and adjust water/solvent floods, reviewed and suggested new patterns for EOR flooding. Optimized water injection to voidage in highest oil producing areas. Recommended and oversaw well workovers.


Professional Registration and Societies

Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA)
Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE)