Randy Larson

B.S. in Geology, University of Utah, 1979

Mr. Larson has over 35 years of field experience as a geologist, he has worked for Daub & Associates, Inc. for 19 years.  Mr. Larson is experienced in all aspects of subsurface exploration for uranium, coal, oil, natural gas, oil shale, saline minerals, and geologic investigations involving extensive use of geophysical data, core and cuttings analyses, formation definition and resource evaluation.  He has specialized in field data acquisition, organization and analysis for rotary and core drilling operations.  His expertise includes core and drill cuttings analysis; core handling, description and photography; coring in fluid sensitive formations; gas chromatograph analysis; analog and geophysical log generation and evaluation; coalbed methane exploration and coal desorption; and safety protocol development and quality control programs

Recent experience includes geo-steering of directionally drilled oil and gas wells.  In addition, he is proficient in the planning, drilling and construction of directionally drilled and interconnected wells for solution mining of saline mineral deposits.  Mr. Larson currently acts as an impartial observer of drilling operations, collecting daily reports from company personnel and sub-contractors, compiling well drilling histories; noting successful and unsuccessful strategies, and recommending improvements to clients for drilling and constructing future wells.  He has extensive experience in the Piceance, Uinta, Greater Green River, Raton and San Juan Basins for the past 25 years.