Charles Graves

Charles J. Graves
Petroleum Engineer

Responsibilities include providing a wide variety of petroleum engineering, underground storage engineering and mining engineering consulting services to oil and gas companies, gas transmission companies, natural gas and liquids storage companies, banks, trusts and institutional investors.


Texas A&M University (USA) 2016 –
Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Engineering
Minor in Business Administration


INEXS Houston, Texas, USA [2016]

Reservoir Engineer Completed basin studies for major reservoir plays in the lower 48 states. Researched potential leases in the Permian Basin and calculated high level economics for each region. Conducted a risk study of an operators’ assets for a Chapter 11 bankruptcy case.

Energen Resources Farmington, NM, USA [2015]

Petroleum Engineering Intern Performed well reviews for future exploratory wells by researching the mechanical integrity of wells. Created a perforation calculator program to aid fracture treatment design based on preferred cluster and plug spacing.

Escondido Resources II Houston, Texas, USA [2014]

Petroleum Engineering Intern Researched the economics of a re-frac for a vertical well in South Texas. Generated flow schematics to show production path from wellhead to sales for all wells. Designed compressor installations and completed AFE’s for four gas systems.

Prator-Bett Petroleum Engineers Houston, Texas, USA [2013]

Petroleum Engineering Intern Researched horizontal wells in the Eagle Ford Shale to determine average EUR’s by county. Estimated reserves for a potential shallow offshore drilling location off the coast of Louisiana. Updated production data/carts for clients.

Cima Energy Houston, Texas, USA [2013]

Natural Gas Scheduling Intern Scheduled two pipelines by setting up the nominations to reserve and deliver gas to downstream clients.


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