Responsible for carbonate studies mainly applied to exploration programs involving sequence stratigraphy, core logging, microfacies and diagenetic studies and external training.
Experience in software includes Petrel, CoreCAD and Petrog.
Carbonate exploration experience covers the whole range of Palaeozoic, Mesozoic and Tertiary carbonate systems using thin section, core, wireline log, outcrop, to seismic-scale data. These studies have been aimed at assessing new venture opportunities, the assessment of acreage using outcrop and sub-surface data and the study of outcrops as play analogues to analyse different elements of geological risk in play types.
Director and co-founder of the company with Peter Gutteridge. Lead geologist responsible for multiclient work in Mexico and Northern Arabia (Iraq, Syria, Jordan).
Broad production, development and exploration experience.
Manipulation of dynamic and static data.
Sequence stratigraphy from logs and seismic.
Expertise in petrography, geochemistry, diagenesis, karstic and tectonic fractured reservoir systems.
Extensive experience of working with poor quality datasets.
Integration of specialist work with petroleum geology.
Director and carbonate specialist:
Carbonate and siliciclastic sedimentology and sequence stratigraphy expertise
Experienced in carbonate diagenesis
Seismic recognition of carbonates
Project management skills.
Statistical analysis of large porosity and permeability datasets.
Experience with prospect evaluation and risk analysis through data-room and farm-in evaluations.
Consultant geologist working on proprietary and non-proprietary projects, based in France.
Carbonate sedimentology, sequence stratigraphy and Carbonate Diagenesis expertise.
Wide experience in carbonate petrophysics, siliciclastic sedimentology and diagenesis.
Analysis of MICP and lab NMR datasets in carbonates; Analysis of NMR wireline log data.
Experience with structural analysis, and carbonate geochemistry.
Geologist and image analysis specialist, working on porosity systems and diagenesis. Runs the company cathodoluminescence (CL).
Analysis and digitising systems as well as routine geological investigation.
Key experience in Image Analysis of reservoir rocks using CL and SEM/BSEM.
Expertise in petrography, geochemistry, porosity and diagenesis.
Integration of specialist IA/Fluid Inclusion/Element Mapping with petroleum geology.
Knowledge of reservoir porosity systems in Brazil, Middle East, NW+S Europe, Mexico, North Sea, Former Soviet Union, Africa, N. America & Far East.
Jen Keeble Waters
Consultant sedimentologist, working on proprietary and multi-client projects.
Carbonate and siliciclastic sedimentology expertise.
Regional knowledge of Mediterranean, Middle East and North Sea reservoirs.
Experience with core logging and the identification of ichnological, sedimentological and diagenetic features including fossils.
Experience in microfacies analysis through thin section observations and point counting.
Interpretation of stable isotopes (carbon & oxygen), strontium and sulphur isotopes, fluid inclusion analysis, cathodoluminescence, scanning electron microscopy and fracture surface images.
Microfacies analysis and biostratigraphy of Cenozoic carbonates from Kurdistan
Biostratigraphy of Permian carbonates from the Barents Shelf
Previous work includes:
Biostratigraphy of Cretaceous carbonates from Kuwait and Kurdistan
Microfacies analysis of carbonates and siliciclastics from the Congo
Also gaining experience in ArcGIS software to assist in multiclient reports.
Consultant geologist, working on proprietary and multi-client projects.
Sedimentology, sequence stratigraphy and reservoir characterisation projects: Geological mapping of the Papuan Fold-and-Thrust Belt.
Diagenetic studies: Dolomitisation of Oligocene-Miocene carbonate reservoirs of the Papuan Fold-and-Thrust Belt.
Assistant geologist working with the directors on proprietary and multi-client projects.
Experience of clastic sedimentological, petrographic and diagenetic studies mainly from North Sea reservoirs of Permian and Jurassic age. Understanding of Rotliegend aeolian reservoirs supported by field trip to the Namib desert.
Since joining Cambridge Carbonates Julia has assisted in the preparation of the Microfacies Atlas of Finnmark Platform wells: 7128/4-1, 7128/6-1 and 7229/11-1. She has also provided support for work on the Precambrian of N. Iraq, Carboniferous collapse breccias of the central Spitzbergen Billefjorden area, and Jurassic Marrat and Gothnia-Hith reservoirs.
She has been involved in studies from Mexico, Papua New Guinea and the Circum-Adriatic.
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