Manager – Structure and Geomechanics, ConocoPhillips Technology and Projects
Research and knowledge sharing program design and execution, coordination of global technical service projects, staff resource management and career development, budget administration, internal and external program communication and marketing.
Technical Specialty: General consultation for world-wide exploration and producing projects, reservoir geomechanics, characterization and hydraulic modeling of fractured and compartmentalized reservoirs, seismic interpretation methods, thrust belt kinematics, geology of the Laramide Rockies, geology of Southeast Asia.
Consulting (Adjunct) Professor – Stanford University Department of Geophysics:
collaborative research and service on graduate student committees, geomechanics focus.
Adjunct Professor – University of Wyoming Department of Geology and Geophysics:
teach Geomechanics and Seismic Structural Analysis and Rocky Mountain Geology in alternating years, serve on the School of Energy Resources EORI Technical Advisory Board, service on graduate student committees.
Current Teaching: Introduction to Petroleum Systems: Sources, Reservoirs, Traps, and Basins of the Laramide Rockies (ConocoPhillips internal), AAPG, Univ. WY; Geological Mechanics Field Seminar, Wyoming (ConocoPhillips internal, AAPG); Compressional Structures Field Seminar, Montana (Nautilus Inc); Structural Interpretation Fundamentals Workshop (ConocoPhillips internal, GSA, Univ. WY, Univ. TX); 3D Architecture of Thrust Closures, Kananaskis, Alberta (AAPG).
*denotes papers or abstracts where I have sponsored the research and served as thesis committee member
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