Lonny Jacobson

Lonny L. Jacobson is an assistant director for subsurface field operations at the Energy & Environmental Research Center (EERC), where he directs a team of scientists and engineers in the design and conduct of field activities related to drilling, logging, coring, cement design, and completion; monitoring, verification, and accounting (MVA) plans; permit preparation for Class I, II and VI wells; and underground injection control (UIC) Class VI storage facility permits. In addition, he analyzes hydraulic fracturing practices and conducts oil and gas pipeline evaluations and inspections in conjunction with EERC oilfield projects. He holds a B.A. degree in Economics from the University of North Dakota. Jacobson’s principal areas of interest and expertise include project management; drilling and completion design; logging; coring; cement design; MVA plans; permit preparation for Class I, II, and VI wells; UIC Class VI storage facility permits; optimizing wellsite layout for well servicing/completions; hydraulic fracturing techniques; logistics; field implementation planning; site management; and economic cost–benefit analysis of projects.