Contact Information

  • Dylan White
    (979) 966-9204


Immediate and impactful contributor to bottom-line; Maximize ROI on assets and optimize operational activities. Adept at navigating high-pressure and time-sensitive situations, with limited room for error. Skilled in numerous software and modeling applications including ARIES, Spotfire, Theta, Microsoft Excel (VBA), Enverus (DrillingInfo), and RSEG (PRISM)


Woodlands / Spring / Houston


Bellatorum Resources Houston, TX
Reservoir Engineer February 2020 - Present
Principal engineer responsible for valuations and mineral acquisition strategy
• Responsible for appraising assets within the portfolio and supporting C-level executives with the organization’s business strategy
• Oversee asset and portfolio evaluation projects by coordinating inter-departmental tasks and delegating activities to appropriate personnel
Jetta Operating Company Fort Worth, TX
Reservoir Engineer July 2016 - January 2019
Principal engineer responsible for optimizing Delaware basin field development strategy
• Led field development to propel sales; assessed and integrated innovative practices and technologies to provide value-added recovery of hydrocarbons
• Prepared bi-annual decline-curve reserve estimations for PDP assets; promoted inter-departmental collaboration to plan development projects and prioritize annual $20 million capital expenditures
• Contributed to reserve audits to ensure reserves and resources were defined to accepted guidelines and provided data to validate assigned reserves classification; ensured loan amounts were not reduced by banks, and that reserves were on par or increased year-over-year
• Characterized formation damage; identified the associated processes and mechanisms responsible; designed development strategy to control and remediate formation damage
• Provided analytical assistance to business development team; formulated field development and production models to provide asset comparisons and appraisal estimates for bid evaluations and deal viability assessments
• Identified optimal refrac/recomplete upside candidates through multivariate analysis; designed hydraulic fracture “best practices”, and shared learnings with asset teams outside the Delaware basin
• Tracked and delivered updates to executive management and investment personnel on science projects and current development cost, timetables, and performance measures
Production Engineer June 2014 - July 2016
• Researched, assessed, and deployed new artificial lift technology design improvements; reduced artificial lift failure frequency by 30%, and attained annual ongoing LOE savings of $400 thousand
• Developed data driven predictive analytics tool (Excel-based integrated with Microsoft Access) to identify pending lift failure and implemented preventative maintenance procedures improving well productivity; allowed for optimized use of resources and reduced downtime, helping to meet production goals
• Maintained 100% compliance with state and federal performance emission standards

Awards and Certifications

Recipient of Joint Service Commendation Medal, two Army Commendation Medals, Joint Service Achievement Medal, Army Achievement Medal, Good Conduct Medal, Petroleum Engineering Honor Society, School Chapter Vice President


Reservoir evaluation, Financial modeling, decline curves, business development, Acquisition and


Rice University Houston, TX
Master of Business Administration May 2022
Texas A&M University, College of Engineering College Station, TX
Master of Engineering, Petroleum Engineering December 2019
GPA: 3.82/4.0
Texas A&M University, College of Engineering College Station, TX
Bachelor of Science, Petroleum Engineering May 2014
GPA 3.58/4.0, cum laude