Kim Salinas

Young Professionals in the Oil and Gas Industry: Interview with Kim Salinas, Bank Engineer, ING

To continue with our young professional series, our talk today is with Kim Salinas, who is a bank engineer with ING. Kim is an active participant with the local SPE chapter and serves as a chairman.  Alan Alexeyev: Tell us a little bit about your current position and what you…

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Alan is a graduate from the University of North Dakota with a Master's degree in Petroleum Engineering. He previously earned his BA in Mathematics from the University of Houston and a BS in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Wyoming. Alan is an active SPE member and has presented at petroleum conferences and exhibitions.

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