Contact Information

  • Roger Urgel Pinto
    +5 917 819 6712


Petroleum Engineer with a master's degree in Chemistry, experience in physicochemical characterization and determination of elemental concentrations. Passionate about drilling and completion fluids. I look forward to working with new technologies and approaches. A person who likes to work with people of different cultures and with experience living abroad. Scholarship holder from PAEC 2017 program by OAS and GCUB.


Santa Cruz de la Sierra - Bolivia


03/2017 – 03/2019 - Intern
Cepetro - Centro de Estudos em Petróleo
Chemical and physicochemical analysis.

Determination of hardness, alkalinity, total acidity, water content, and concentration of chlorides by volumetric and potentiometric titration, determination of pH, turbidity, density, viscosity, sediment content, particle/drop size, acid decomposition, chemical determination by spectrophotometric and chromatography.

In addition, participation in a Petrobras project developed in Cepetro for chemical analysis with few amounts of petroleum.

06/2015 – 02/2017 - File Clerk
YPFB Andina
A 3-year project to support the registration of Exploration, Production, and Drilling department´s files.

The project was finished in half of the previously established time.

Awards and Certifications

Well Control – Level 1.
Well Operation Crew Resource Management.
Selected for PAEC scholarship by the OAS and GCUB


Drilling fluids, Analytical Chemistry, Microsoft Office, Excel, communication skills, teamwork, leadership, organizational skills, empathy, VBA, Python.


03/2017 – 03/2019 - MSc. In Chemistry
Universidade Federal de Santa Maria - UFSM Brazil
Master's Degree in Chemistry in the area of Analytical Chemistry. I worked in the development of a methodology for water, salt, and sediment removal of Pre-Salt petroleum using microwave radiation.
02/2009 – 04/2015 - Petroleum engineering
Universidad Privada de Santa Cruz - UPSA Bolivia
Graduated with honors (92/100) with the project "Application of the Ex-tension Pac system in the Yantata formation for the completion of the UPSA-28 well". A sand control system that combines a gravel pack with a hydraulic fracture.