Gary has over thirty-five years of engineering and technical experience in Well Interventions, Workover Operations, Completions, and Wellbore Abandonments. His expertise includes well record reviews, wellbore diagnostics, completion design, AFE and procedure development, regulatory submittals, and all aspects of wellbore interventions including riser-less interventions and tiebacks on sub-sea wells. His primary emphasis in recent years has been Engineering for Rig-Less Gulf of Mexico (GOM) Shelf & Deep-Water Rig Plug & Abandonments (P&As), Thru-Tubing Interventions, and Re-Completions utilizing Electric Line Services, Coiled Tubing, Hydraulic Workover (HWO), Slickline Services, and Workover Rigs. His experience also includes Engineering Staff Supervision, Project Management, Operations Management, Product and Service Development, Business Development, Technical Sales, Quote & Tender Document Development, and Technical Sales Presentations. Gary’s geographic work experience includes United States Mid-Continent Land, GOM Shelf, Inland Waters, Deep Water and exposure to International Operations that were handled out of the US.
Bachelor of Science – Engineering Technology – Mechanical, Texas A&M University – College Station, Texas