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Jon Snyder joined OspreyData in 2019 with 15 years petroleum operations experience in both reservoir and production engineering and advanced analytics. Jon advocates passionately for digital oilfield technologies and innovates solutions daily for our clients who leverage OspreyData’s Production Intelligence Solutions on their assets.

Before joining OspreyData, Jon served as subject matter expertise manager and lead pre-sales engineer at eLynx Technologies, where he ensured the successful adoption of SaaS anomaly detection and production optimization solutions for plunger, ESP and gas lift wells.

He also served as the lead production and reservoir engineer for Venoco, an award-winning producer in California. Here Jon managed an active waterflood and oversaw the production and optimization of offshore oil platforms Gail, Grace and Holly in the Santa Barbara channel.

Prior to Venoco, Jon held several engineering roles at Encana Oil & Gas where he completed a comprehensive analysis of the North American natural gas supply from the Eagle Ford, Haynesville, Fayetteville, and Bakken Shale plays, among other unconventional resource plays.

Jon holds a Bachelor of Science degree in petroleum engineering from Colorado School of Mines and is an active member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers. He speaks frequently at Oil & Gas industry events.


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