National Association of Distinguished Professionals Selects Dr. Vladimir G. Ingerman as an Honored Member of the Executive and Professional Online Registry

Top Quote Vladimir G. Ingerman, Founder and President of Amros Corporation, has been selected as an Honored Member of the National Association of Distinguished Professionals. The selection recognizes Dr. Vladimir G. Ingerman's commitment to excellence in Oil and Gas. End Quote
  • Houston, TX (1888PressRelease) January 24, 2014 - Dr. Vladimir G. Ingerman, who holds an MS in Geophysical Methods from Oil Institute of Grozny, a PhD in Oil Field Development from National Science Research Institute of Natural Gas, and a Doctorate of Technical Science from Institute of Oil, Chemical, and Gas Industries, has over 30 years of experience in the energy sector across the US, Russia, India, Mexico, Venezuela, Ecuador, and Denmark.

    Over the years, international and domestic experience in the evaluation of clastics and carbonates, conventional and unconventional hydrocarbons, the interpretation of open and cased hole logs, and integration with geological, CCAL, SCAL, geophysical, and engineering data to build static and dynamic models have provided Dr. Ingerman with a knowledge-base that is hard to dispute. He has worked from exploration to integrated field studies and from operations to data management, database optimization, and software development.

    As the founder and president of Amros Corporation since 1994, an oil and gas services company with proprietary technology for calculating production profiles and completions optimizations for shale oil deposits, Dr. Ingerman has developed a new way of looking at the same data that everyone else sees, but in a way that no one else can; a powerful and effective innovation decades in the making. He helps clients minimize fracking cost and optimize hydrocarbon flow rates, is responsible for the transformation of unconventional resources into producing assets, and also oversees prospect generation.

    "I love what I am doing and am happy that all of my accomplishments are able to benefit both the country and the people," Dr. Ingerman said.

    Dr. Ingerman hopes to bring international growth and expansion to Amros Corporation in the coming years. To date, Amros has been able to successfully test a new technique for direct hydrocarbon identification using seismic data. In the last few years, he's developed a technology for optimizing the development of shale oil deposits. When this technology was applied to more than 100 vertical wells in the Permian Basin it demonstrated that, for most wells, instead of fracting 10-12 stages, it was sufficient to fract only 5-6 stages without decreasing production. Amros technology has lower environmental impact than conventional technologies, significantly decreasing fracting water injection in shale formations.

    Dr. Ingerman previously served as vice-president of Tyumenneftegeophysica, the second largest geophysical company in the former Soviet Union. He is an active member of Oil Field People USA, Petrophysics Group, and The Oil and Gas Explorationist Network and the recipient of government decorations by the Soviet Union. In 1981, Dr. Ingerman published the book 'Computerized Interpretation of Log Data', through Nedra Moscow.

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