Meet Eunice Bartels, Principal Technical Professional, Halliburton Operations Ghana Ltd

Meet Eunice Bartels, Principal Technical Professional, Halliburton Operations Ghana Ltd

The WAIMM has dedicated the months of March and April 2022 to celebrate and highlight our women industry professionals as our appreciation to strong, committed, professionalism, courageous and resilient women across the sub-region and globally. The recognition is to raise awareness of gender inequality, diversity, and inclusion needed in the industry and also celebrate the successes of some of our women industry professionals who are making a change in the sector.

WAIMM is happy to celebrate the success of Eunice Bartels, a geoscientist providing geological and research services to the petroleum and water industry for over ten years.

Eunice Bartels holds a BSc in Geological Engineering(2010) from the University of Mines and Technology (UMaT), Tarkwa.

She is currently a Principal Technical Professional at Halliburton Operations Ghana Limited. Eunice has over 10 years of working experience in the Oil & Gas industry initially at Schlumberger and currently in a role involving Coil Tubing Production Solutions Engineering at Halliburton.

Before joining the Oil and Gas industry, Eunice was a Geologist at Sächsisches Landesamt für Umwelt, Landwirtsxhaft und Geologie (Saxon State Agency for Environment, Agriculture and Geology), Freiberg, Germany and then worked later as Research Assistant at Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), Water Research Institute.

Eunice has been involved in Project Management, Technology Transfer, Field Engineering and Mentorship working with clients such as Tullow, Aker Energy, Eni, CCG, Afren Energy, Conoco Philips & Cairn Energy, Woodside, Hess, African Petroleum and Chevron.

She has benefited technically and most of her work experience acquired through a mentorship programme that she co-pioneered. Eunice believes the industry should recognise the need for diversity and put in a lot more drive to get our young female professionals into the industry.

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