James Miller

James Miller


University of Oklahoma

Master of Science in Structural Geology (2005-2007)

The Pennsylvania State University

Bachelor of Science in Geosciences (2001-2004)


Miller, J.F. and S. Mitra, 2011, Deformation and secondary faulting associated with basement-involved compressional and extensional structures: AAPG Bulletin, v. 95, no. 4, p. 675-689.

Mitra, S. and J.F. Miller, 2013, Strain variation with progressive deformation in basement-involved trishear structures: Journal of Structural Geology, v. 53, p. 70-79.

Industry Certifications:


AED/CPR/First Aid (American Red Cross)

James started with Ingram Engineering Services in June of 2016 with responsibilities including project management and geologic subsurface investigation. Prior to joining Ingram Engineering Services in 2016, James was employed by a major petroleum exploration and production company for eight years in Houston, Texas. Some of his previous job responsibilities include resource assessments of basins across the contiguous lower 48 states, geosteering, and managing a fleet of 11 rigs in North Dakota. These project management skills and background in well logging were carried over into the geotechnical services industry. James continues to expand his geotechnical skill set as he transitions from the energy industry to geotechnical engineering industry, while at the same time acting as a resource for topics related to Pennsylvania geology.

Contact: Jim@ingram-engineering.com

484-947-5549 Ext. 214