During her five years in the chemical industry she has overseen the development and implementation of several EPA programs at chemical facilities in nine states. These programs include, SPCC, RMP, SWP3, and FIFRA as well as OSHA's PSM program. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from the University of Tulsa and a Master's degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Kansas. Her passion for process improvement and efficient design lives up to the old saying: 'engineers aren't boring; they just get excited about boring things'.
For over 8 years, Priscila has dedicated her career to keeping administration and business owners organized, prioritized and less stressed. Priscila strives in providing administrative and customer service tasks timely and accurately. She can also be described as hyper-creative enthusiast who incorporates both [traits] into a presentation, problem solving, and function in the office.
Dr. Stuart L. Scott is a well-known technical authority in the areas of artificial lift, multiphase pumping, and production engineering/operations. He is a Distinguished Member of SPE and holds the ASME Henry R. Worthington Medal for "Eminent Achievement in the Evolving Field of Multiphase -Pumping.” Received the status of ASME Fellow January 2017.
Scott is formerly the Director of Technology for Petroleum Emerging Technology Corporation (Petroleum ETC). He currently is the Artifical Lift (Gas Lift SME) with Conoco Phillips. From 2008-2016, he managed the Shell Deepwater Artificial Lift Technology Program and served several years as the Artificial Lift / Pumping Principal Technical Expert (PTE) for Shell globally. Before coming to Shell, Scott held the Bethancourt Professorship of Petroleum Engineering at Texas A&M University, was a faculty member at Louisiana State University (LSU) and worked for Phillips Petroleum Company in a variety of roles. He holds B.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Petroleum Engineering and a M.S. degree in Computer Science all from The University of Tulsa.