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Scott is responsible for the day-to-day operations of Greensburg Oil LLC including field and office management, drilling operations, state and federal regulation compliance and landowner relations. He served in organization and compliance as principle investigator in DOE Grant Sub Award entitled, “Electro Chemistry — An Economical Solution for the Treatment and Purification of Produced Waters”.
In 2008, Scott orchestrated the design and installation of the primary “polymer wall” water shutoff project as well as the gathering and presentation of scientific data for analysis of wall performance. He has provided service as the primary distribution point of technology transfer for Electrolytic Desalinization and Polymer Wall Project via presentations at the Stripper Well Consortium, University of Kentucky, Tennessee Oil and Gas Association and Enhanced Oil Recovery Roundtables.
Scott has conferred at multiple enhanced recovery forums including those covering dewatering operations. He has experience at the installation and programming of high volume submersible pumps with varispeed drives as well as the production and disposal of the produced water within the Greensburg Oil Pool from 2007-2010. Most recently, he has contracted for field wide mapping projects, single lease evaluations for investment groups and managed remote operations of a field development in the Illionois Basin.
A 2006 graduate of the University of Kentucky with a bachelor of arts degree in geology, Scott is a member of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Geologic Society of America, the Kentucky Oil & Gas Association, the Tennessee Oil & Gas Association and the Stripper Well Consortium.