Benjamin Johnson, vice president and technical adviser at Netherland, Sewell & Associates Inc. (NSAI), is today’s Forty Under 40 featured honoree.
Benjamin entered the oil and gas industry after graduating from Texas Tech University in 2005 with a degree in petroleum engineering. He accepted his first job as an operations engineer with Merit Energy Co. before joining NSAI in 2007.
Based in Dallas, Benjamin is a reservoir engineer and team leader at NSAI who has been promoted to vice president and acknowledged as a technical adviser for the oil and gas consulting firm that provides independent reserve reports and services to the petroleum industry and financial community.
“I’m proud to be in a position where I can work on a wide range of projects domestically and internationally,” Benjamin said. “The experience has helped me become a diverse and well-rounded engineer.”
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