Michael C. Bosah
Michael Chinedu Bosah earned a mechanical engineering degree from a reputable institution in Nigeria. He started his oilfield service with brief experience with Deutag drilling, GearHart (a Halliburton company), and later with Schlumberger as a pumping and stimulation engineer for 17 years. He rose to the position of Lead CT operations/Client Support engineer for Chevron, Exxon Mobil, Shell, etc.
He possesses extensive upstream experience ranging from oil well design and construction, formation evaluation ( logging, perforation, etc ), completion processes and down-hole jewelleries design, pumping and stimulation ( which includes Coiled tubing acid stimulation, cement water shut offs, coiled tubing drilling, scale removal (blaster tools) applications, coiled tubing nitrogen services, advanced coiled tubing tools, high pressure wells applications, water control, etc).
He has worked extensively in supervisory capacity, leading project teams or directing employees with multi-cultural and diverse background to successful accomplish objective in a safe and timely manner.
His special skills are focused on operations engineering, well site delivery and field operation management. He developed competency in the QHSE management via various QHSE courses attended while working for Schlumberger and other operators like Chevron, Exxon Mobil, Shell, etc.
Sam graduated with a degree in mechanical engineering. He started his career with Schlumberger in 1991 and worked for 18 years. He worked in several cementation service supervisory levels from 1994 through 2002. His roles included cementation job execution, improving cementation activities rendered to the clients, scheduling rig audits, and ensuring compliance & standards are maintained.
He became the cell leader and service quality coach from 2002 through 2005. His responsibilities included forecasting and management of products & equipment inventory, capex evaluations, onshore cementation operational coordination, and managed rig accounts and engineering personnel logistics.
He supervised Schlumberger recruiting efforts for the Sub Saharan Africa region from 2006 to 2007 which included coordination of campus full time & summer internship hiring, and interviewed prospective candidates. He became the training and development manager from 2007 to 2008 for the Sub Saharan Africa region. He worked as the field service manager at Ghana from 2008 to 2009.