Mr. Wang has seven years of technology development and operations experience in the oil and gas industry with a focus on oil-well drilling fluid and formation evaluation. He is currently working on the research and development of new nano-particle products that enhance drilling fluid performance and reduce the cost of drilling operations.
Prior to joining nFluids, Mr. Wang worked as the Research Assistant in the Real-time Drilling Engineering Research Group of the University of Calgary (UofC). His project was focussed on the design of environmentally friendly drilling fluids for the Arctic. Mr. Wang also spent three years at Weatherford International – one of the largest international oil and gas service companies. As a field engineer in the Wireline Service Department, he was responsible for the engineering design and field operation of open-hole wireline logging and drill-pipe conveyed logging. He is also experienced with the analysis and interpretation of petro-physical logging data.
Mr. Wang holds a Master of Science in Chemical Engineering with a specialization of Petroleum Engineering from the University of Calgary, and a Bachelor’s degree in Petroleum Engineering from Southwest Petroleum University in China.