Company: Geologic Reservoir Engineering
Location: Morrison, Colorado, United States
Charles W. Barrows, President at Geologic Reservoir Engineering, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Scientists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in geology.
Prior to spearheading his professional career in geology, Mr. Barrows served as a radio relay and carrier officer in the U.S. Army in 1968 and 1969. While sitting in a bunker in Vietnam, his fellow solider and friend suggested he explore the world of geology, which he did upon returning home. Mr. Barrows received a Bachelor of Science in geology from Fort Hays State University in Kansas in 1971 and went on to conduct graduate coursework at the Colorado School of Mines. At the beginning of his career, he distinguished himself as a geologist at the American Stratigraphic Co. for two years until 1976 and a geologic manager of Western Colorado for Fuel Resources Development Co. from 1976 to 1993. Mr. Barrows had also been a senior geologist at Carbon Energy and Black Hills Corporation between 1999 and 2009.
Presently, Mr. Barrows excels as the president of Geologic Reservoir Engineering, a role he commenced in 2009. Geologic Reservoir Engineering specializes in geologic exploration and production evaluations with emphasis on log evaluations in studies of producing fields. With a current area of interest in the development of oil properties in the Mid-Continent, Mr. Barrows recalls his most notable accomplishment was in the field of petrophysics, where he developed computer analysis techniques to analyze oil and gas wells. To remain aware of his industry, he maintains membership with the Kansas Geologic Society and the American Association of Petroleum Geologists. Outside of his profession, Mr. Barrows is a volunteer accountant and treasurer for the Golden Church of Christ.
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