From his office in Billings, Casey Anderson supervises more than a dozen petroleum geologists
Finding oil in the Bakken oil play has been compared to hitting a bull’s-eye from 1,000 yards away. You have to drill 10,000 feet below the surface and at some point turn the bit 90 degrees, steering it to a horizontal plane until it hits an oil-bearing formation somewhere between 10 and 20 …
Casey Anderson is president Brara Geo, which provides geologic and hydrocarbon analysis for oil and gas wells.
Although he won’t be signing any autographs, visitors to the Great Rockies Sport Show this weekend can have their picture taken with one of America’s biggest television and movie stars.
MIKEL LENHARDT AND CASEY ANDERSON
Mikel Lenhardt and Casey Anderson, both of Billings, plan an April 6 wedding. Their parents are Lisa and Mark Lenhardt of Billings, Anne Anderson of Helena and Terry Anderson of Tempe, Ariz.
Casey Anderson, an East Helena native, teaches his 7-year-old bear, Brutus, how to swim and catch fish during a filming of a television show Thursday in the East Helena, Mont., pool. Anderson’s show will air on the National Geographic Channel. (Courtesy photo)