- Premier consultant and experienced course instructor with over 35 years experience in the O&G industry, with most of his experience with Shell International
- Specialized in Development Geology (Field Development Planning, Drilling, & Production)
- Worked in Oman, the Netherlands, UK and Gabon as Petroleum Engineer, Production Geologist, Petrophysical Engineer, Unitization Lead
- Instructor within Shell Training Organization for various Development Geology Programs
- Proprietary Projects Include: Mandarin Turnstone Fields, UK North Sea, various Oil and gas field
- Offshore and Onshore Netherlands, Rabi Field, Lucina Marine Field Gabon, West Africa, various fields Oman, Egbema and Kolo Kreek and others in Nigeria
- Member of American Association of Petroleum Geologists
Evert Uitentuis (1951) graduated in Geology at Utrecht University in 1976. After a spell in the Dutch army he joined Shell International Petroleum Company in 1978. He worked in various functions (petroleum engineer, production geologist, petrophysical engineer, unitisations) in Oman, the Netherlands, UK and Gabon. He completed his career in Shell in 1999 as sub-surface coordinator for an HPHT project in London. Evert is currently active as technical consultant on short assignments for eg. Shell Nigeria and running courses related to all aspects of Development Geology.
SELECTED PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE FEATURE:
Oil Company Secondments:
Petroleum Development Oman (PDO)
Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij
Shell UK Exploration and Production
Shell Gabon Exploration and Production
Shell Production and Development Company of Nigeria (SPDC)
Field and Prospect Evaluation:
Geology of several oil elds in Oman, North Sea UK and Western Africa (Gabon, Nigeria)
Petrophysical eld evaluations in North Sea UK and Nigeria.
Field Characterisation Studies:
Appraisal and Development of the Sette Cama Concession (Rabi, Echira and Niungo elds) in
Involving contract negotiations and project planning with Exploration and Production
organisations and governmental bodies of the Netherlands, Gabon and UK.