Lenin offers well cementing technical support and expert services as a professional consultant with experience in drilling, workover and rigless operations on any operating environment.
"I worked with Lenin at Rumaila Wells team during 2012-14. His technical credentials speak volumes and not many can match his depth of knowledge in the cementing field. Individually he is a good team player and an asset to any world class team, also a great friend."
“Lenin is a hard working senior engineer, very technical, highly professional and has a very dedicated personality. Setting procedures, standards and a strong commitment to HSE are among Lenin's strengths.”
"I have worked with Lenin in Iraq (Rumaila Field) while I was the cementing engineer providing support to BP ROO. I would say Lenin is a lively library of cementing techniques & operations. He is so brilliant in analysis; ideas transfer, sharing experience and teamwork. I personally learned a lot from Lenin and his great way of thinking out of the box."
Lenin is an O & G industry professional with over 20 years of experience in Drilling, Workover and rigless well cementing operations. He has held positions in cementing engineering, and project and operations management roles in Venezuela, Kuwait, Mexico, Central America, Iraq and UAE.
Lenin’s engineering and operational management experience includes oil, gas (conventional, HPHT, LPHT, onshore and offshore) and geothermal wells. He has great knowledge in developing and introducing technical solutions in challenging markets like Latin America and the Middle East.
He has published several SPE papers, numerous technical documents and has written cementing and zonal isolation standards, practices and recommendation for Oil Majors and Services companies. More recently, he has created the Better Well Cementing for All website. Whilst fairly new at the time of writing, it has developed a following and has provided support to individuals and companies in the Middle East, United Kingdom, Venezuela, Mexico, Australia, Russia, Nigeria, UAE, Turkmenistan and United States.