L. Price Young
13610 Pepper Knoll Dr.
Houston, Texas 77065
(832) 477-7109 Cell – youngpy5@sbcglobal.net
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AIPC Energy San Antonio, Texas
Contract HSE for TX, LA and MS Drilling Operations, Denbury Resources
March 2014 to Decembe...
ENCANA OIL & GAS (USA) INC. Dallas, Texas
EHS Auditor July 2010 to August 2012
Planed, directed and managed the compliance...
 Appointed as the corporate contact for regulatory agencies, to include OSHA,
EPA, State and local regulatory agencies.
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 Served as single point contact for regulatory agencies, to include OSHA, DOT,
EPA and MMS on the federal level and vario...
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PriceResume-2014

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  • 1. L. Price Young 13610 Pepper Knoll Dr. Houston, Texas 77065 (832) 477-7109 Cell – youngpy5@sbcglobal.net ****************************************************** Auditing-EHS Management-Regulatory Compliance A highly motivated, organized and tactical manger, and certified ISO 14001:2004/OHSAS 18001:2007 lead systemauditor with expertise in oil and gas production and drilling, manufacturing operations, pipeline construction/repair, natural gas plant turn-a rounds, waste management, environmental remediation and Process Safety Management. A proven leader that recognizes alternatives and solutions, with expertise in supervising with a proven track record and strategic solutions.. Key Skill Summary Safety/Environmental affairs Regulatory Compliance Mgt. Risk Assessment/Management HAZOP Analysis Oil and Gas Drilling Site and Mgt. System Audits Oil & Gas Production Operations Tap Root/Cause Map Certified Environmental waste Management Pipeline Construction/Ops. Tier I, II & III Evaluations/Solutions HAZMAT Shipping Certified EHS Policy/Procedures Development SPCC Norm Surveys Site remediation State/BLM Proficient in directing and implementing state of the art strategies to reduce hazards, risks and injuries that effect personal and financial liability. Specific strategies include; Contractor assessments and auditing. Job Safety, and Environmental Analysis. Hazardous Materials shipping, handling procedures. Detailed Personal Protection Equipment evaluation, inspection and record keeping. Emergency Response Procedures for remote and populated facilities. Employee Orientation and Training programs. Site Specific Standard Operating Procedures. Education Bachelor of Arts – Health Education 12/81 Minor - Psychology
  • 2. AIPC Energy San Antonio, Texas Contract HSE for TX, LA and MS Drilling Operations, Denbury Resources March 2014 to December 2014 Coordinated HSE Activities for up to five (5) Drilling Rigs located in TX, LA, and MS for Denbury Resources. Laid off due to a reduction in drilling activity.  Rolled out Hazard ID program from Denbury to all drilling operations.  Incident investigations inclusive of Root Cause Analysis that were followed to completion.  Conducted comprehensive rig audits weekly for all rigs operating in TX. LA. and MS. And reported findings to Drilling Operations and Denbury HSE.  Participated in field investigations that encompassed not only drilling contractor activities, but all contractors in the fields of operation. Inclusive of work-over and production activities.  Reviewed and audited weekly all contractors on each drilling location, inclusive of Class I-IV inspections on each rig.  Conducted stand down HSE meetings as needed.  Having the ability to work one on one with the contractors and teaching them to work within IADC and API standards in a fast paced drilling program (RU/RD and move avg. 8 days) the reduction in incidents and recordable injuries was reduced by 50%. CETCO OILFIELD SERVICES Houston, Texas EHS Manager, U.S. West August 2012 to October 2013 Managed Five (5) direct reports through out Texas, in a variety of disciplines that include, Well Testing, Coil Tubing, Nitrogen Services, Water Filtration and Water Transfer. Laid off due to a reduction in work force.  Managed JSEA’s, BBS, incidents, and equipment failures and ensure they are all documented and followed to a root cause resolution and correction. Then track all deficiencies in a score card report for each operating area.  Responsible for permitting of SPCC, Storm Water programs for all major facilities. Completed all Phase 1 & 2 evaluations, Tier I & II reporting and initiated clean up activities on BLM work sites.  Conducted audits on new contractors and field/facilities audits for all disciplines.  Worked directly with business operation management staff to complete annual OSHA Training Requirements.  Coordinated and document ERP, drills and plans. Document and manage findings to closure.  Manage State and BLM site remediation for produced water, salt water and crude spills. Predict and align budget costs to regional and corp. Management.  Manage five (5) HSE coordinators, oversee continuing education, resource and salary needs and budget accordingly.
  • 3. ENCANA OIL & GAS (USA) INC. Dallas, Texas EHS Auditor July 2010 to August 2012 Planed, directed and managed the compliance auditing structure for all contractors in the Mid-Continent business unit. Left due to unethical practices with-in one of the Operational functions.  Completed contractor ISO audits for Drilling, Production and Construction groups.  Provided technical assistance for a staff of one (1) in the field auditing process.  Input, track and assist Hiring Managers in the closure of contractor findings in the incident management system.  Assisted in annual internal document review with EnCana USA auditing group to ensure accuracy in regulatory changes and new technology.  Completed internal management system ISO audits within the business unit.  Demand of my self and staff, total integrity, honesty and document control in the auditing process. ALLIS CHALMERS DRILLING L.L.C. Houston, Texas HSE Manager August 2009 to May 2010 Directed and managed all aspects of the Drilling Divisions EHS policies and programs for the United States Operations. Laid off due to closure of the drilling department.  Interfaced directly with Management, field operations and field employees to ensure established policies, procedures, training and health concerns are being maintained.  Acted as the company contact for regulatory agencies to include OSHA, EPA, State and local regulatory agencies.  Conducted weekly site visits to include audits, training reviews and instruction of new policy or procedures.  Investigated all incidents, reports and investigations for U.S. operations. Made certain all retraining and recommendations from the investigation process have were completed within an established time frame.  Maintain and manage SPCC requirements as required.  Maintained a TRIR of 0.0 since the company started. PATHFINDER ENERGY SERVICES, INC. Houston, Texas Global HSE Advisor October 2004 to August 2009 Managed all aspects of the established corporate Health, Safety, and Environmental policies and programs worldwide. Owner sold Company forcing lay off.  Worked directly with field operations and field employees to ensure established corporate policies, procedures, training, and health concerns are being maintained.
  • 4.  Appointed as the corporate contact for regulatory agencies, to include OSHA, EPA, State and local regulatory agencies.  Completed annual site visits globally to include audits, training reviews, and instruction of new policy or procedures and determine the need for new policy and or procedures. Review quarterly audits conducted by a staff of 5 globally.  Conducted all incident reporting and investigations globally. Inclusive of assurance that all retraining and recommendations from the investigation process have been completed within an established time frame.  Managed three (3) HSE Coordinators in the US and two (2) international HSE coordinators. Coordinate all aspects of each persons daily activities relating to issues from training, incident investigation and storm water permitting requirements in the US. Manage and assist in international training requirements, disposal issues and coordinate globally for all HAZMAT shipping certifications.  Finalized all Phase I, II and III reviews/remediation as required with a set budget.  Maintained a TRIR of less than 1.0 since the company was started. INDEPENDENT SAFETY CONSULTANT Houston, Texas December 2003 to October 2004  All consulting work was related to establishing Drilling Safety programs for Exploration companies and contractor requirements/bridging documentation. DUKE ENERGY Ozona, Texas EHS Coordinator III July 2001 to December 2003 Managed all aspects of the safety, environmental and regulatory compliance for a mid- stream gas gathering and processing asset. Inclusive of three (3) PSM regulated gas processing plants, eighty five (85) miles of DOT regulated pipeline, and over two thousand (2,000) miles of gathering pipeline.  Completed onsite field and plant audits and evaluations as related to OSHA, EPA and DOT regulations.  Served as single point contact for regulatory agencies, to include OSHA, EPA and DOT on the federal level and various state and local regulatory agencies. Oversee remediation of all spills.  Maintained and conducted annual audits of primary contractors inclusive of construction, machining, welding, transportation and general labor.  Completed many plant turn-a-rounds with no incidents or regulatory issues of any kind. TORCH OPERATING COMPANY Houston, Texas Senior Safety Coordinator September 1992 to July 2001 Managed all aspects of the safety and regulatory compliance for an E&P asset management company. Owner sold Company forcing a lay off.  Interfaced directly with production, drilling, mid-stream processing and construction departments to develop regulatory needs. Inclusive of compliance manuals, training, inspection, emergency response and incident investigation.
  • 5.  Served as single point contact for regulatory agencies, to include OSHA, DOT, EPA and MMS on the federal level and various state and local regulatory agencies.  Maintained an incident database for statistical and trend analysis.  Conduct site assessments for environmental/safety for new and existing assets. GRACE DRILLING COMPANY Dallas, Texas Manager-Accident Prevention March 1982 to September 1992 Directed and managed all aspects of safety and regulatory compliance for at the time, the largest U.S. based land drilling contractor. Company bought by Nabors Drilling, laid off.  Recruited, hired, trained and supervised activities of five (5) District Safety Coordinators.  Maintained an incident database for statistical and trend analysis.  Developed managed and maintained the safety manual for the Company.  Conducted basic HSE training for all Tool pushers who in turn conducted documented training for all field personnel.  Maintained training data base inclusive of all required well control training for field employees.  Help develop guidelines for new and developing Environmental laws for the Drilling industry at the time.

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