In the current climate, oil and gas operators are increasingly relying on WellDrive to ensure their drilling and completion well file data is being captured and distributed. With the recent surge of 16 new customers, along with the increasing need to make use of both structured and unstructured data, WellDrive is pleased to announce the addition of Nathan Zenero to the management team as Vice President of Engineering.

Nathan has used data to make significant advances in oilfield automation, safety, quality systems, and regulations.  He is an innovator who has patents in computer vision and is a pioneer in sensor data quality, automated bit grading and pipe inspection.  He joins WellDrive and will bring new and valuable solutions to help the industry drive value from their digital assets.

Combining his background in drilling operations with his experience in various oil and gas technology firms gives him unique insight into the needs of customers and prospects. Nathan has served in several leadership positions at companies such as Devon Energy, Chesapeake Energy, Teradata, and others during his 18-year career.

“Nathan will play a key role in developing our strategy and adding capabilities to strengthen our existing services. His unique operations and data analytics expertise, as well as his team-oriented personality make him a natural fit for the WellDrive family”, says Derek Garland, WellDrive’s President.

WellDrive is the most advanced well file and data-sharing platform available in the oil and gas industry today. By combining web-based well file technology software with 24/7 support from oil and gas experts on the Operations Team, WellDrive ensures customers have accurate and complete well file information when and where they need it.

To learn more about how WellDrive works with Oil & Gas Operators to get the right well data, to the right people, right when they need it, please visit https://info.welldrive.com/ or email us at kharbuck@welldrive.com.


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