West Virginia Wesleyan College

Department of Physics and Engineering

 

Graduates Employed in Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering

 

 

Petroleum and natural gas engineers design systems for discovering, producing, processing, and transporting petroleum and natural gas.

 

 

Denny Vincent (2012) works for Weatherford in Weston. Denny writes, “My employer asked me to attend a 12-week program in Ft. Worth, Tex. And they promoted me to the position of Certified Field Engineer.”

Kim Larch Ayers (2010) completed her M.S. in Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering at WVU. She works at Tenaska in Pittsburgh.

Duncan Oliver (2009) completed his M.S. in Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering at WVU. He works at Consol Energy in Pittsburgh.

http://www.wvwc.edu/academics/dept/physics/Web2008/Picnic2008_files/Adkins.jpgDillon Drinkard (2007) completed is M.S. in Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering at WVU. He works at Eastern Reservoir Services in Morgantown.

Sandra Adkins (2006) writes, “I work at Schlumberger. I started my job with an orientation in Houston. Next I went to Kenai, Alaska, for a month of training. Following that, I have worked in North Dakota, Colorado, and Canada. Schlumberger pays well and has great benefits. I really like my job!”