Quality Process Services would like to recognize Ray Prejean for his excellence of going above and beyond.
Ray was asked to relocate for Renaissance to WD 27, when they noticed a dramatic change in production from its outlined facility (WD 28) that flows into WD 27. Production dropped from 360-370 BOPD to 160 BOPD. Upon arriving on location and verifying a few things, Ray noticed that the BS&W that was being shown on the morning report was 60%. The BS&W was being pulled before the well entered a 3 phase vessel. Renaissance’s production was allocated from the BS&W that was entered in to the morning report. Upon correcting the BS&W, going back and changing all morning reports, Renaissance was able to receive compensation for corrected production.
Thanks Ray from all of us at Quality Process Services. Our Most Valuable Asset Is Our Employees.