Congratulations Spring 2015 Graduates
NASER TAMIMI earned a PhD in Geophysics. He is employed by Sigma3 in Littleton, Colorado.
JIM KEENAN earned an MS in Geophysics and is employed by EOG Resources.
TRAVIS PITCHER earned an MS in Geophysics, and will be employed by Noble Energy in Denver, Colorado.
IRENE VIÑAL earned an MS in Geophysics and is employed by CEPSA in Madrid, Spain.
We can get more out of our reservoirs with integrated reservoir characterization versus 'factory drilling and development'. Our research can help understand permeability enhancement to increase recovery, prolong reservoir life, manage environmental concerns and provide for sustainable development, including EOR.
-Dr. Tom Davis, RCP Director
The Reservoir Characterization Project (RCP) is an industry-funded academic consortium at Colorado School of Mines with a primary focus on applied research and knowledge dissemination in integrated reservoir characterization. RCP’s unique research model emphasizes a multidisciplinary, collaborative team approach for practical research and preparation of graduate students. RCP works closely with industry partners to explore new technologies and workflows such as time-lapse and multicomponent seismic technology, incorporating all geoscience and engineering data to solve complex reservoir challenges and gain improvements in reservoir performance prediction and development optimization.