Tijuana Devaul has dual and complementary roles as an engineer and an economist in her work at Econ One. She leverages her diverse background in reservoir, drilling, planning engineering and economics, to provide sophisticated, integrated analyses for valuation, forecasting and damage assessments in consulting and litigation matters.
Ms. DeVaul is a highly accomplished, petroleum engineer bringing over 20 years of experience in reservoir characterization, reserves estimation, full field development planning, well performance analysis, and economic modeling. She has led numerous initiatives to appraise investment opportunities for multi-million dollar projects and executed some of the largest growth developments in the Gulf of Mexico. Her extensive reservoir engineering and leadership roles with top tier independent and major energy companies brings depth and real industry knowledge to her consulting projects.
M.S. in Chemical Engineering, University of Illinois at Chicago
B.S. in Chemistry, Jackson State University, Mississippi, cum laude
Econ One, 2018 – Present
Hess Corporation, 2008 – 2016
British Petroleum (BP), 2001 – 2008
Texaco, 1997 – 2001