Petro Tech: Data Ripping – Excel Efficiency

Speaker JESSICA MCCORMICK
Sr. Engineering Tech Black Stone Minerals Jessica started with Goodrich Petroleum in their Shreveport, Louisiana office in May 2004.  In July 2004 she was transferred to the Houston office, where she remained until May 2010.  During her eight years with Goodrich she worked across a wide range of responsibilities and departments including production, reserves, corporate, federal, and ...

Sr. Engineering Tech
Black Stone Minerals



Jessica started with Goodrich Petroleum in their Shreveport, Louisiana office in May 2004.  In July 2004 she was transferred to the Houston office, where she remained until May 2010.  During her eight years with Goodrich she worked across a wide range of responsibilities and departments including production, reserves, corporate, federal, and SEC reporting, AFE’s, drilling & completion, corporate budgeting, mapping, acquisition and divestiture reviews, and software development.  


 


In May 2010 Jessica became employed with Black Stone Minerals as Sr. Engineering Tech.  She maintains multiple reserve databases, reviews acquisitions, and helps with corporate reporting. 


 


Outside her regular 40 hr week job she designs databases, builds templates, researches data, LOE, pricing, and production analysis, etc. on a contract basis. 


 


Jessica is proficient in a very wide range of O&G software and data sets, dealing with every state web site in existence, She is an expert PHD user, and was a Beta tester for PHDRMS for a year or two prior to its roll out to the general population.  She is 80% self taught, and holds 40+ certificates of varying trainings including PHD Win, DrillingInfo, Microsoft Access and Excalibur Edge, just to name a few.


Full Description
Techs maintain balance between varying sources of information, assimilating and analyzing in a multitude of ways based on department demand. Whether you’re a Geo Tech, Reserves Tech, or Records Tech, we all must maintain key knowledge of how to efficiently handle data sources that come across our desk.  Learning key steps to organize and combine multiple electronic data sources will enhance your skills, across departmental disciplines.
 
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Organizer Kiki Lockett

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Tue, Sep. 13, 2011
11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. US/Central

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