Zach graduated in 2011 from the University of Tulsa with Bachelor of Science degrees in both Chemical and Petroleum Engineering. Since then Zach has accumulated five years experience working in midstream, downstream, and upstream sectors of the Oil & Gas industry with four years working for ConocoPhillips. Previous projects have included supporting NGL fractionation and CO2 EOR plant expansions in Texas and New Mexico, designing systems for gathering and infrastructure in the Denver-Julesburg basin in Colorado, and assisting with planning and cost for scheduled plant maintenance activities across the U.S. Lower 48 States as a facilities and project engineer. Currently Zach is working as a production engineer in the Permian basin in a mature asset with numerous wells with multi-zone completions on electric submersible and sucker rod lift. His interests include flow assurance and multiphase flow modeling with a focus on predicting scale and organic deposits within the production system.