Experience: 17 years
Phone: (817) 382-0843
Address: 9800 Hillwood Pkwy. Ste 140, Fort Worth, TX 76177
Henry is the founder and CEO of Inteleum. Henry’s passion for engineering and technology developed at an early age while helping his father, who worked for several civil engineering firms during his active years as a topographer. His early successes as a student and professional reinforced his idea that developing a clear vision of who you want to become, relentless pursuit of that vision, dedication to excellence, and attention to detail pays off.
Henry started his career in his home country, Venezuela, working as a production engineer providing technical support to conventional assets across the country on formation damage diagnosis, stimulation, hydraulic fracturing, perforating, integrated production systems modeling, waterflooding surveillance, and new technologies evaluation and deployment.
After finishing his Ph.D. in Petroleum Engineering at Colorado School of Mines, Henry joined Shell Upstream Americas as a Senior Staff Production Engineer with the Unconventionals Center of Excellence team. He provided technical support and conducted special projects and R&D on multiple topics related to Hydraulic Fracturing and Production Operations for Shell Unconventional Assets in the Americas, including Green River Basin, Permian, Eagle Ford, Haynesville, Marcellus, Deep Basin, Montney, and Vaca Muerta.
At Pioneer Natural Resources, Henry served as a Senior Staff Operations Engineer for the Permian Asset Team, where he designed remedial treatments for Horizontal and Salt Water Disposal wells, advanced the Flow Assurance and Corrosion Management program for horizontal wells and production gathering facilities, championed the Artificial Lift strategy project for Horizontal wells, led the development of a solution to integrate production operations and chemical data for advanced analytics, and coached less experienced operations engineering staff, field personnel, and summer interns.
Henry in an active member of SPE and NACE, where he has served in several capacities including technical editor, conference, and workshop sessions co-chair.
Henry holds a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Universidad de Los Andes VE, a master’s degree in Petroleum Engineering from Texas A&M University, and a Ph.D. in Petroleum Engineering from Colorado School of Mines.