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WME recognizes budgetary sensitivities, and as a virtual company with lower overhead, offers reasonable rates. Depending on project scope, budget, and time, we have hourly, project, and retainer pricing options.

Please contact us for more information regarding your specific project needs.

About

WME was formed to provide regulatory and geologic support for projects in the Rocky Mountain Region.

WME is owned by Brandy Butler, a 3rd generation Casper, Wyoming native. Brandy is a dedicated and enthusiastic Wyoming licensed and insured professional geologist (WYPG #4068). She has worked as a consultant and for different operators in the Rocky Mountain Region, and is an active member of the Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists. She has a broad set of skills applicable across different roles, experience in multiple basins for oil, gas, tight oil, tight gas, CBM, and water resources utilizing both conventional and unconventional methods. Recent projects include water disposal wells, prospect evaluation, and basin evaluation for large-scale prospect generation and CO2 sequestration.

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brandy@windymtn.com

 

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