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Stuart Scott

PetroleumETC | LiftETC | eLynx

CEO PetroleumETC | CTO LiftETC | Consulting Artificial Lift SME eLynx Technologies

experience

Consulting Artificial Lift SME  
eLynx Technologies, July 2018 to Present, Houston, Texas United States
(Software)
A part-time consultant servicing as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) in the area of Artificial Lift and Production. Development of Data Analytics products.

Founder and CTO  
Lift ETC, January 2018 to Present, Houston, Texas United States
(Energy)
Founder of co-owner of a startup oil field service company Lift ETC. Lift ETC is commercializing a new type of artificial lift technology termed Liquid Assisted Gas-Lift (LAGL).

Owner and Director of Technology  
Petroleum Emerging Technology Corp (PetroleumETC), November 2016 to Present, Houston United States
(Energy)
Founder and Technology Director for PetroleumETC which has 3 business lines: 1) Vesting/Events - industry leading events such as the Multiphase Pump User Roundtable (MPUR), MPUR-Paris, MUR-South America and the Frac School 2) Validation - executing pilot testing. Currently executing a Shell GamerChanger project at LSU for the Liquid Assisted Gas-Lift (LAGL) Technology 3) Venture - creating and spinning off new technology companies. LiftETC was spun-off Jan 2018 to commercialize the Liquid Assisted Gas-Lift technology. Currently incubating an EOR Venture (using Liquid Assisted Gas Injection), a high-tech ESP Venture and others.

Global Principal Technical Expert - Artificia Lift  
Shell Exploration and Production Company (SEPCO), May 2008 to October 2016, Houston, Texas United States
(Energy)


Associate Professor  
Texas A&M U., January 1999 to May 2008, College Station, Texas United States
(Energy)
holder of the Bethancourt Professorship in Petroleum Engineering

Assistant Professor  
Lousiana State University (LSU), January 1996 to December 1998, Baton Rouge, Louisiana United States
(Energy)


Reservoir Eng.- Non-Operated Properties CA & AL  
Phillips Petroleum Company, June 1993 to December 1995, Houston, Texas United States
(Energy)


education

The University of Tulsa  
Doctor of Philosophy, Petroleum Engineering, Aug, 1985 to Dec, 1987
Shell Doctoral Fellow SPE Graudate Fellowship Winner of SPE Graduate Student Paper Contest - Ph.D. Level

The University of Tulsa  
Master Of Science, Computer Science, Aug, 1982 to May, 1985


The University of Tulsa  
Bachelor Of Science, Petroleum Engineering, Aug, 1978 to May, 1982


Awards

ASME Worthington Medal