I am a petrophysicist with strong background in operations and production petrophysics as well as reservoir description. I hold a PhD in Petroleum Engineering with research focus in capillary pressure hysteresis in reservoir rocks and network modeling of drainage and imbibition displacements in porous media. My job experience involves
- Planning and interpretation of open-hole and cased-hole logs,
- Developing and improving log models for porosity, permeability, water saturation and saturation-height functions through rock typing and calibration with core data
- Modeling and analysis of cased-hole saturation logs including sigma and carbon/oxygen logs including the new generation of multi-detector nuclear tools.
- Monitoring reservoir fluid movements through time-lapse fluid saturation analysis and repeat saturation logs.
- Modeling and analysis of production logs using PLATO software
- Interpretation of cement bond logs including sonic andultrasonic logs (SCMT, USIT, CAST, etc)
Reservoir Description Petrophysicist June 2012 to December 2013BP Exploration, Alaska － Anchorage, AK
- Time lapse analysis of fluid movements within reservoir, Prudhoe Bay Gravity Drainage Reservoir Management
Ph.D. : Petroleum Engineering, 2012University of Wyoming － Laramie, WY, USAExperimental measurement and network modeling of capillary pressure hysteresis during consecutive drainage and imbibition in sandstones
Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE)
Society of Core Analysts (SCA)
Society of Petrophysicists and Well Log Analysts (SPWLA)