Meet the Team
Mr. Heinle began his career in 1974 as a petroleum engineer for Amoco Production Company in field operations and reservoir engineering in the Rocky Mountain Region after receiving a BS in Geological Engineering from the University of North Dakota. He later was employed as a petroleum engineer and assistant Vice President for the First National Bank of Denver valuing oil and gas properties in the United States and Canada. In 1983 Mr. Heinle formed Heinle & Associates, Inc. with valuation experience that includes properties in the United States, Canada, Russia and South America.
Ms. Dede also worked for Ryder Scott Company as a consulting petroleum engineer determining reserves, performing economic analyses of oil and gas properties and determining the feasibility of secondary recovery projects and infill drilling. She evaluated properties throughout the Rocky Mountains and other oil and gas producing states. Since 1986 Ms. Dede has been associated with Heinle & Associates, Inc. as a consulting petroleum engineer.
Ms. Rabun previously worked at Noble Energy as a reservoir and production engineer in the Wattenberg Business Unit. During her time as a production engineer she was responsible for appraising and selecting new drill locations, monitoring base production, and evaluating secondary recovery candidates. Ms. Rabun then transitioned to various reservoir engineering roles gaining experience in prospect development, exploration and reservoir systems, acquisitions and divestitures, resource assessment, and project performance analysis.
Previous work experience includes an internship with Ryder Scott Petroleum Engineers where Ms. Heinle modeled various infill drilling scenarios in the Bakken formation and fracture break through patterns between wells completed in the Bakken and Three Forks formations. Before joining Heinle & Associates, Inc., Ms. Heinle worked at Noble Energy as a production and completions engineer in the Wattenberg Business Unit. Her responsibilities included the economic analysis and management of vertical and horizontal well production, wellbore integrity, horizontal re-fracs and completion designs. She also analyzed various completion designs and well recoveries to identify methods of best completion and production practices.