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Mr. Patrick McInturff

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  • B.S. degree , Civil Engineering
    Texas A&M University
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TenGasCo | Oil Drilling | Gas Exploration | Natural Gas | Oil Exploration | Gas Drilling | TN Oil Exploration | Kansas Gas Drilling | Tennessee Oil Drilling | Kansas Gas Exploration
www.tengasco.com, 9 Jan 2009 [cached]
C. Patrick McInturff Vice President C. Patrick McInturff is 55 years old. He earned a B.S. degree in Civil Engineering in 1975 from Texas A&M University and joined Exxon in Midland, Texas. During his 5 years in Midland, he worked as a drilling, reservoir and production engineer for Exxon and Union Texas Petroleum, ultimately specializing in secondary recovery. He relocated to Houston in 1980 where he presently resides. During his time in Houston, he was employed by Union Texas (6 years), Belco Petroleum (2 years), Global Natural Resources (3 years), Ryder Scott Company (16 years) and Capco Offshore , Inc. (1-1/2 years). These engagements furthered his expertise in secondary recovery operations and evaluation as well as in the Gulf Of Mexico as an offshore production engineer. His 16 years with Ryder Scott afforded him the opportunity to gain valuable experience as an oil and gas property appraisor domestically in many basins throughout the U.S. and internationally in Pakistan, Peru, China and Venezuela . Mr. McInturff joined Tengasco in December, 2007.
Ryder Scott Company Petroleum Consultants March-May 1999, Vol. 2, No. 1, Story 5
www.ryderscott.com, 1 Feb 1999 [cached]
"We don’t need to factor in tax credits when we estimate reserves there under an economic-limits basis," said Pat McInturff, a Ryder Scott engineer who specializes in evaluating the Antrim shale.
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We now use those analogs in our gas-in-place calculations," said McInturff.
He cautions, however, that even though the bulk density may be favorable, the pay zone must contain natural fractures to be commercially viable because of the low matrix permeability of the shale. Those permeable paths may be detected as close as a few inches apart using fracture-identification logs.
McInturff uses volumetric calculations as a starting-point upper limit for estimating the recoverable volumes from the gas in place. Analogies in the Antrim shale for complete production histories do not exist.
"The oldest producing project is 30 years old, but monthly volumes recorded before 1990 are not readily available to the public," said McInturff.
Even with all the technology improvements, "the tax credits are still a big part of the value," said McInturff, who analyzes the economics of Antrim projects using the Ryder Scott in-house cash-flow program.
Tengasco | Production | Kansas | Tennessee | Gas | Oil | Barrel | Arbuckle | Polymer | Mississippi - Management | Tengasco
www.tengasco.com, 15 Dec 2012 [cached]
C. Patrick McInturff
Vice President
C. Patrick McInturff earned his B.S. degree in Civil Engineering in 1975 from Texas A&M University, after which he joined Exxon in Midland, Texas. During his five years in Midland, he worked as a drilling, reservoir and production engineer - ultimately specializing in secondary recovery - for Exxon and Union Texas Petroleum. He relocated to Houston in 1980. In Houston he has worked with Union Texas (6 years); Belco Petroleum (2 years); Global Natural Resources (3 years); Ryder Scott Company (16 years); and Capco Offshore, Inc. (2 years). These roles, as well as a stint as an offshore production engineer in the Gulf of Mexico, expanded his expertise in secondary recovery operations and evaluation. During his 16 years with Ryder Scott he gained valuable experience as an oil and gas property appraiser in many basins in the U.S. and internationally in Pakistan, Peru, China and Venezuela. Mr. McInturff joined Tengasco in December, 2007.
Tengasco, Inc. Announces ...
www.sys-con.com, 26 Dec 2007 [cached]
Tengasco, Inc. Announces Appointment of Patrick McInturff as Vice President of Tengasco, Inc. and Tengasco/Hoactzin Management Agreement With Tengasco Participation Option in Hoactzin's Louisiana and Texas PropertiesTengasco, Inc.
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Announces Appointment of Patrick McInturff as Vice President of Tengasco, Inc. and Tengasco/Hoactzin Management Agreement With Tengasco Participation Option in Hoactzin's Louisiana and Texas PropertiesTengasco, Inc.Announces Appointment of Patrick McInturff as Vice President of Tengasco, Inc. and Tengasco/Hoactzin Management A
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KNOXVILLE, TN -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 12/26/07 -- Tengasco, Inc. (AMEX: TGC) announced today that Patrick McInturff of Houston, Texas, was elected by the Board of Directors as Vice President of the Company as of December 18, 2007, the effective date of a two-year employment contract between Mr. McInturff and the Company.
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As consideration for the Company entering into the Management Agreement, Hoactzin agreed to reimburse the Company for half of Mr. McInturff's salary and certain benefits he receives during his employment by the Company.In further consideration for the Company's agreement to enter into the Management Agreement, Hoactzin granted to the Company an option to participate in up to a 15% working interest on a dollar-for-dollar cost basis in any new drilling or workover activities undertaken on Hoactzin's managed properties during the term of the agreement.The term of the Management Agreement is the earlier of the date Hoactzin sells its managed interests or 5 years.
Mr. McInturff received a B.S. in Civil Engineering degree from Texas A&M University in 1975.He is a Registered Professional Engineer in Texas and a member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers.Before joining the Company he was Vice President of Operations of Capco Offshore, Inc. and related companies in Houston from October 2006 until December 2007 responsible for managing and supervising offshore operations and workovers and identification and evaluation of drilling and workover candidates.From 1991 to 2006, he was employed by Ryder Scott Company in Houston, performing reservoir studies including determination of oil, gas, condensate and plant product reserves, enhanced recovery and oil and gas property appraisal.For most of the period 1978 to 1991, he worked in various petroleum engineering positions at Union Texas Petroleum Corp. in Midland and Houston, Texas, and Karachi, Pakistan, and was responsible for surveillance and engineering on primary and secondary recovery projects as well as design and field supervision of workovers, pressure-transient tests and completions both onshore and offshore.During that time period he also worked for Global Natural Resources from 1983 to 1986 as senior operations engineer responsible for all engineering activities.From 1981 to 1983 he was employed by Belco Petroleum performing reservoir engineering duties including field studies, economic evaluation, reserves estimation, and initiating major field studies on waterflood projects in southwestern Wyoming and west Texas.Mr. McInturff was employed by Exxon Co.USA from 1975 to 1978 primarily with the reservoir engineering group in Midland, Texas performing drilling engineering duties including cost estimation, AFE preparation, drilling programs and field supervision.He was responsible for the surveillance of fifteen Permian Basin oil and gas fields in west Texas using both primary and secondary recovery techniques.
CEO Jeffrey R. Bailey said, "I am very pleased to announce that Pat McInturff has joined the Company as Vice President.
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The first growth opportunity has presented itself with the Hoactzin management agreement signed when Mr. McInturff joined the Company.
C. Patrick ...
www.tengasco.com, 11 April 2011 [cached]
C. Patrick McInturff
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C. Patrick McInturff
Vice President
C. Patrick McInturff, 58, earned his B.S. degree in Civil Engineering in 1975 from Texas A&M University, after which he joined Exxon in Midland, Texas. During his five years in Midland, he worked as a drilling, reservoir and production engineer - ultimately specializing in secondary recovery - for Exxon and Union Texas Petroleum. He relocated to Houston in 1980. In Houston he has worked with Union Texas (6 years); Belco Petroleum (2 years); Global Natural Resources (3 years); Ryder Scott Company (16 years); and Capco Offshore, Inc. (2 years). These roles, as well as a stint as an offshore production engineer in the Gulf of Mexico, expanded his expertise in secondary recovery operations and evaluation. During his 16 years with Ryder Scott he gained valuable experience as an oil and gas property appraiser in many basins in the U.S. and internationally in Pakistan, Peru, China and Venezuela. Mr. McInturff joined Tengasco in December, 2007.
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