Grand Resources Group is comprised of engineering, geology, accounting, operations, and reservoir professionals. We have over 150 years of combined experience focused exclusively on acquiring, developing, and operating upstream conventional oil and gas assets.
Scott has been operating oil and gas wells in Oklahoma, Texas and Louisiana for over 23 years. He has extensive experience buying, drilling and managing conventional oil and gas projects. Scott has diverse experience in completing horizontal drilling projects and has drilled over 200 horizontal wells since 2002. He managed a Department of Energy grant received in 2002 titled “Enhanced Oil Recovery by Horizontal Waterflooding”. He has experience in reservoir engineering and modeling, well completions, equipment design, field operations, secondary recovery design and implementation and environmental compliance. Scott holds a B.S. in mechanical engineering from Tulane University and an M.S. in environmental engineering from Oklahoma State University.
Richard has been an integral part of the operations team since 2009. He manages field operations and supervises all construction projects. Richard is integral to designing and managing the secondary recovery projects, manages wellbore recompletions and supervises the operations of company projects. His experience includes equipment design and installation, managing upstream operations of active waterfloods, recompletions, design and execution of frac jobs, and oilfield infrastructure design and installation. Richard has a B.S. in mechanical engineering from Tulane University.
Marvin received his Bachelor of Science degree in petroleum engineering from the University of Oklahoma, and has accumulated over forty years experience in engineering, exploration, drilling and operational activities. Marvin worked for Amoco Production Company as a production engineer. After leaving Amoco, he joined Robinowitz Oil, a family business, where he managed the exploration and production departments. In 1981 Marvin formed Grand Resources (an operating oil and gas company) and grew the company through drilling into the late 1980s. Marvin developed novel drilling approaches that saved time and money using underbalanced drilling (UBD) techniques. His use of these techniques in geologic environments where UBD had never been utilized, provided Marvin with the insight that underbalanced drilling could be applied in more diverse situations than previously considered. It is his combined experience of working with both a large corporation and a small independent oil company that has given him the perspective to build and run profitable exploration and production companies.