I have had over 7 years’ experience in the Drilling industry, and have been working for the past 2 years as a Tool Pusher with Saxon working on cyber chair doubles. I am confident in leading staff, and able to communicate clearly and effectively. I am not afraid to take charge and am always willing to take the time to teach those with less experience than myself. I am a hard worker and work well in a team environment.
Relevant Qualifications & Licences
Current Supervisors IWCF Well Control
Certificate 2, 3 & 4 in Drilling Oil/Gas (On Shore)
Diploma of Drilling Oil/Gas (On Shore)
Current First Aid Certificate
Open ‘C’ class license and ‘HR’ license
Apply Risk Management Processes
Conduct Safety & Health Investigations
Front End Loader Ticket
4 x 4 Certification
Confined Space Certificate
Working At Heights Certificate
Operate Breathing Apparatus Certificate
Current Permit Authority rev3
Current Australian passport
Certificate III Automotive (Mechanical Light Vehicle)
I am currently working as a Senior Toolpusher with Saxon. I have had experience with a wide variety of drilling. I am a hard worker, used to working long hours in all conditions and I always give 100%. I work well in a team environment, and am able to take charge of any situation. I am patient and willing to take the time needed to teach those with less experience than myself. I am keen to gain further experience within the oil and gas industry and I am willing to undertake any training required and travel if necessary.
Feb 2013- Present
Currently drilling deviated oil and gas wells down to 11000ft for Santos. Using an ATD400 cyber chair double. My role consists of maintaining the rig operations and trouble shooting, ensuring all safety procedures are followed, supervising the rig crews, organising parts, maintaining preventative maintenance system (Tracking Hours), running and planning pre-job safety meetings, completing all paper work for the well, keeping the safety culture and rig moral up so that the rig runs efficiently. I also carry out incident investigations and reporting systems and maintain the rig budget.
April 2012-Feb 2013
Drilled CSG holes for QGC Shallow holes-maximum of 3500ft using a super single . Duties included: training of all crew members and onsite personnel, safety of all personnel onsite, maintain drilling equipment, supervision of crew, complete reports and other necessary paperwork communicating with client, conduct pre-tour safety meetings & pre-job safety meetings.
April 2010-April 2012
When working for Lucas, it was all directional well intersecting verticals. Duties include: general driller duties, supervision and training Assistant drillers and other less experienced drillers, risk assessments, pre spuds, hazard observations & completing DDRs.
October 2009-April 2010
Experience with large diameter directional drilling, mud rotary holes, large diameter hammer vent holes & horizontal intersection holes. Duties included: general driller duties, completed all paperwork required including tour reports, drill logs, onsite inductions, work permits and incident reports training and supervising all crew members and enforcing procedures.
August 2009-October 2009
EDI Downer-Drilling Division
Assistant Driller / Derrickman
Experience with RC & Diamond Drilling. Duties included: general duties, repairing drill rig conditioning muds and working the mud tanks supervising crew and planning the next step. Filling in for the driller and completing tour sheets
October 2007-August 2009
Lease hand –Motor man
Experience with Directional Drilling and some Hammer work. Duties included: assisting Driller onsite, pre-starts and pre-checks on all machinery, maintaining the equipment, implementing Workplace Health and Safety requirements, organising Toolbox meetings and carrying out site inductions for other mining staff. I also completed onsite training for the operation of EWPs and front end loaders.
May 2006-October 2007
Sunshine Coast Mazda
Duties included: running the workshop, delegating of tasks to technicians, liaising with customers about mechanical problems, training and supervision of apprentices, diagnosing and repairing mechanical faults.
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