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Click Here to see a bibliography of my contributions to SEP reports.
Temple University, Bachelors of Science, Geology 1993
Stanford University, Masters of Science, Geophysics 1998
Stanford University, PhD, Geophysics 2006
Thesis - Seismic volumetric flattening and segmentation
- Research Assistant, Stanford Exploration Project, Stanford
September 2001 to October 2006
- Geophysical Intern, Chevron, San Ramon, CA
June 2005 to September 2005
- Geophysical Intern, 4th Wave Imaging, Aliso Viejo, CA
September 2003 to December 2003
Processed multi-component data for CCP binning using Promax.
Evaluated 4D applications for automatic flattening.
- Staff Geophysicist, Occidental Petroleum, Bakersfield, CA
August 1998 to August 2001
Interpreted 3D and 2D seismic data to select locations for developmental drilling using Landmark Suite software- including Seisworks, Earth Cube, and Stratworks.
Drilled over 35 seismically influenced wells, several of which are step-outs capturing completely new reserves.
Demonstrated the use of attributes, amplitude in particular, to locate by-passed reserves.
Evaluated the use of AVO.
During the acquisition of the 3D data, I was exposed to numerous aspects of acquisition including vibroseis trucks, linesmen, and observers.
- Research Assistant, Stanford Exploration Project, Stanford University
March 1998 to July 1998
Applied least squares inversion methods to remove noise from satellite altimetry data.
- Teaching Assistant, Stanford Geophysics Department, Stanford University
September 1997 to March 1998
Taught labs, graded papers, academic consultant to under graduate and graduate level students.
- Geophysical Intern, Mobil Oil, Houston, TX
June 1997 to September 1997
Interpreted the Queen City Formation, located in South Texas, utilizing Landmark Seisworks 3D software tools.
Evaluated the area for hydrocarbon potential.
- Logging Field Engineer Cell Manager, Anadrill Schlumberger, Lafayette, LA
June 1994 to July 1996
Responsibilities included all aspects of logging while drilling(LWD), from logging to final presentation of the log to the client.
Mostly Resistivity Gamma Ray Directional while drilling.
Participated in geosteering jobs.
Managed field crew.
- Mud Logger Continental Laboratories, Houston, TX
February 1994 to June 1994
Responsible for monitoring and logging of drilling rig parameters including lithological, gas, and fluid descriptions, and pore pressure evaluation.
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