Where Does Up-Scaling Begin?
Let’s Put Geology Back into Geostatistics ‘Nature’s Juggling Act’: Glaciers, Sand Dunes & Limestone
Time: Am.9:00 to Am. 10:30 , 20th Jan. 2010
Place: Room 3221, Yi-Fu Building No.2
1978 Bachelors degree, Penn-State University
1983 Masters Geology, University of Tennessee
1991 Masters Petroleum Engineering, Tulane University
2004 Successfully defended his PhD. in Geology University of Aberdeen and is tying up some loose ends before final submission.
Chris began his career with Mobil oil in Dallas in 1982 and after several U.S. postings including Lafayette, Houston and New Orleans, Chris was seconded to Saudi Aramco 1991, and in 1996 Chris joined Aramco permanently. While in New Orleans with Mobil, Chris was an Associate Professor at Tulane (1990 and 1991) in the Petroleum Engineering Department. For the last 15 years, Chris has been very active in the Aramco training program where he teaches several courses for both the geology and petroleum engineering programs. He has lead over 30 geological field trips and is a firm believer in the benefits of field work and the use of outcrop-based analogs in mapping, modeling and reservoir characterization.