Mr. Montgomery, with a BS from Colorado State University and MS from Ball State University both in Biochemistry, is recognized within the industry as one of the leaders in all areas of stimulation, including hydraulic fracturing, acid fracturing, matrix stimulation, cavity completions, waste/cuttings injection, rock mechanics, and scale prevention/removal. Carl also has considerable experience in cementing, sand management, conformance control, perforating strategy, and formation damage.  Formerly, Carl was with ConocoPhillips, Arco, and Dowell Schlumberger and has worked on wells in 54 different countries around the world.  Carl has served the SPE as a Distinguished Lecturer, was the first SPE International Technical Director for Completions, presents SPE short courses on Fracturing and was awarded the 2007 SPE Drilling and Completions award.  He has authored numerous papers and chapters in several stimulation and cementing books and holds 27 US/International patents.  
Education
BS Colorado State University, Biology, 1967
MS Ball State University, BioChemistry, 1972
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
Carl is recognized within the Petroleum Engineering industry as one of the leaders in all areas of stimulation, including hydraulic fracturing, acid fracturing, matrix stimulation, cavity completions, waste/cuttings injection, rock mechanics, and scale prevention/removal. Carl also has considerable experience in cementing, sand management, conformance control, perforating strategy, and formation damage.
Personal Interests
Carl lives with his wife, Janie Bea, in Key West, Florida and enjoys deepsea fishing and biking.