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Former FRAC Staff Staff formerly associated with FRAC

John Hooker

Bureau of Economic Geology

Fracture maps; Provenance:

Soft-sediment faults

Research Scientist Associate, BEG 2012
currently:
Postdoctoral Researcher, Oxford University, UK
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Tobias Weisenberger

Bureau of Economic Geology

Clastic diagenesis

2012
currently:
Assistant Professor, University of Oulu, Finland

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Hyein Ahn

Bureau of Economic Geology

Structural imaging, fluid inclusion analyses

Research Scientist Associate, BEG.

currently:
ConocoPhillips Bartlesville, OK

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Steve Becker

Bureau of Economic Geology

Fluid inclusions

2007
currently:
ExxonMobil Upstream Research Corp., Houston, TX

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Virginio Neumann

University Pernambuco, Brazil

Bureau of Economic Geology

Carbonate geology

2005
currently:
Professor, University Pernambuco, Brazil

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Sigrid Clift

Public Information Geologist, Bureau of Economic Geology

Austin, Texas

formerly: SEM operations at BEG

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James Simmons
Ph.D. 1999, The University of Texas at Austin. Geophysics.

formerly: seismic fracture research with FRAC

GXT
Houston, Texas

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Former Students Students formerly associated with FRAC

Christopher M. Hare
M.S., Department of Geological Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin. Quantitative analysis; flow modeling.

Contact: harecm@mail.utexas.edu

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John Hooker
M.S., Department of Geological Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin. Faults in carbonate rocks; microfracture analysis.

Research Scientist Associate, FRAC

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Patricia Montoya
M.S., Department of Geological Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin.
Ph.D. Student, Geophysics

Characterization of a sandstone fractured reservoir; from core to 3D seismic analysis Tacata Field, northern Maturin Basin, Venezuela
University of Texas, Austin, Austin, TX, United States, Master's thesis (2002) 186 pp.

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Myeong-Hwan Noh
Ph.D. Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering. Flow and chemical modeling; simulation.

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Namsu Park
Ph.D., Department of Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering. Characterization of fractured reservoirs, hydraulic fracturing.

Contact: npark@mail.utexas.edu

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Eloise Doherty
Department of Geological Sciences

Consultant
Austin, Texas

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Peter Hennings
Ph.D. Department of Geological Sciences

 

Phillips Petroleum
Bartlesville, Oklahoma

Mary Johns
Ph.D., Department of Geological Sciences

ExxonMobil
Houston, Texas

  

Astrid Makowitz
Ph.D. Department of Geological Sciences

 

Additional Information
BP
Houston, Texas

Astrid Makowitz
The genetic association between brittle deformation and quartz cementation; examples from burial compaction and cataclasis
University of Texas, Austin, Austin, TX, United States, Doctoral thesis (2004) 298 pp.

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Faustino Monroy-Santiago
Doctoral Candidate, Structural Geology, Department of Geological Sciences. Fractures in carbonate reservoir rocks; mechanical and fracture stratigraphy and structural diagenesis. Petroleum-industry experience in Mexico.

Pemex

Contact: f.monroy-santiago@mail.utexas.edu

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Javier Moros
M.S. Department of Geological Sciences

Ecopetrol
Columbia

  

Orlando J. Ortega
Ph.D. Department of Geological Sciences

 

Shell
Houston, Texas

 

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Aysen Ozkan
M.S. Department of Geological Sciences

 

Core Laboratories
Houston, Texas

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Zeno Philip
Ph.D., Petroleum Engineering. Rock property and Subcritical Crack Index testing, fluid-flow modeling.

Contact: zphilip@pe.utexas.edu

Pinnacle

Houston

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Yuan Qiu
Ph.D.

Petroleum Engineering.

Shell
The Netherlands

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Tarek Elshayeb
Ph.D, Department of Geological Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin.

Chris Wilson
M.S., Petroleum & Geosystems Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin.

Currently: Stanford University Ph.D. program.

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Department of Geological Sciences
Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering
 
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