Allan Shareghi was Chief of the Lease Management Section with the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) Pacific Region prior to his retirement on January 1, 2017.
Allan received his BS in Geology in 1979 and MS in Petroleum Geology in 1981 from the University of Memphis. He started his professional career in Houston with Cities Service Oil and Gas Company and worked as a member of the geoscience staff responsible for geological evaluation efforts onshore Alaska. Allan worked with Arco, Texaco and Cities Service in Alaska conducting geological field-work in preparation for the Bering Sea Federal OCS lease sale.
Following the acquisition of Cities Service by Occidental Petroleum Corporation, Allan worked for Reservoirs Inc. as a geologist in Houston, Texas. He joined the Minerals Management Service (MMS) in January 1984 as a geoscientist with the Pacific Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) Region. Here, he worked in the Resource Evaluation Unit, geological and geophysical interpretation group and played vital roles in the geological and geophysical evaluation of the 1984 OCS Lease Sale 80, the last OCS lease sale in the Pacific Region.
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