Seismic Reservoir Interpretation






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Tom Fitch has 15 years of geophysics experience with both the development, testing and application of vertical seismic profiling (VSP) and amplitude versus offset (AVO) technologies with Mobil Research and Development. He has also developed software tools for 3D seismic acquisition, and processing experience with the Promax workstation. He has a Ph.D in Seismology from Columbia University.

Joseph Fou has 28 years of domestic and international geophysical exploration, management and research experience with Mobil. He has extensive experience with 3D as well as 2D modeling and interpretation in North America, Asia, and Europe.

Don Isgitt has 25 years of geoscience software development training and application with specialization in VSP and basin modeling.

Mark Mathisen has 19 years experience with integrated reservoir geology and seismic reservoir interpretation. His experience includes rock physics, the geoseismic modeling and interpretation of clastic and carbonate reservoirs, seismic stratigraphy, and crosswell seismic interpretation. He holds a Ph.D. in geology from Iowa State University.

Dick Paschal has over 25 years experience with Arco and GSO. Areas of technical expertise include 3D/4D seismic, multicompenent seismology, multiple attenuation and super computing. He has a B.S. in mathematics from UT Arlington.



VSP migration: synthetic and field examples. R.P. Ranganayaki and G.P. Moeckel, 1987, SEG 57th annual International Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

Interpretation of complex structure by 3D modeling. Fou, J.T., 1989, The leading edge of exploration, June issue.

Applications of three-dimensional finite difference seismic modeling in oil field exploitation and simulation Fou, J.T., 1988, , International Journal of Imaging Systems, Vol. 1.

Time-lapse crosswell seismic tomogram interpretation: implications for heavy oil reservoir characterization, thermal recovery process monitory and tomographic imaging technology. Mathisen, M.E., J.H. Justice, A.A. Vassiliou, P.S. Cunningham, J. Shaw, 1995, Geophysics 60:631-650.

Crosswell seismic radial survey tomograms and the 3-D interpretation of a heavy oil steamflood. Mathisen, M.E., P. Cunningham, J. Shaw, A.A. Vassiliou, J.H. Justice and N.J. Guinzy, 1995, Geophysics 60:651-659.

Crossborehole tomography in development geology, Justice, J.H., M.E. Mathisen, J.R. Bulau, and A.A. Vassiliou, 1993, p. 404-408, In D. Morton-Thompson and A.M. Woods (eds.), AAPG Development Geology Reference Manual.

Acoustic tomography in reservoir surveillance, Justice, J.H., A.A. Vassiliou, M.E. Mathisen, S. Singh, P.S. Cunningham, P.R. Hutt, 1992, In Reservoir Geophysics, SEG Investigations in Geophysics 7:321-334.

Crosshole seismic tomography interpretations, East Fitts Field carbonate and clastic reservoirs, Arkoma Basin Oklahoma: an example of geoscience reservoir analysis Mathisen, M.E., (11 coauthors). 1990, Midwest SEG Ann. Mtg. Abstract.

Applications of three-dimensional finite difference seismic modeling in oil field exploitation and simulation Fou, J.T., 1988, , International Journal of Imaging Systems, Vol. 1.
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