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Dwayne Purvis

Contributor since: 09 Mar 2016

Dwayne Purvis

Biography

Dwayne Purvis, P.E. is a reservoir engineering and management consultant based in Texas.  Find commentary and free resources at www.dpurvisPE.com. Besides writing and speaking on topics of industry interest, Dwayne assists operators and investors to make circumspect acquisitions and to increase value, especially in hard-to-understand reservoirs.  Over 20 years of practice, Dwayne has studied scores of fields and advised clients of all sizes.  He graduated from Texas A&M University, Magna Cum Laude with University Honors, and he is a member of AAPG, SEG, SPEE and a 25-year member of SPE.

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