Eisenberg, William, Will, Texas, TCU, Texas Christian University, fun, Broman, William C. Eisenberg, Bill, Billy, Houston, Fort Worth
Understanding uniaxial compressive strength changes in different lithologies is important to understand the changes in behavior of rocks under confinement in the subsurface. While laboratory testing often assesses the strength of a particular lithology, there are few studies such as that by Deere and Miller (1966) that compare a large variety of different lithologies and their overall strength. Here, we present a data compilation of strain at failure under uniaxial compression for various lithologies in order to show how widely strain data can vary in a given lithology and between different lithologies. Metadata for the study were obtained through searching existing literature. We show that the lithology strongly controls the amount of strain that a material can accumulate prior to failure and that rocks fall within predictable ranges of strain prior to failing under uniaxial compression.
Energy Industry, Oil & Gas, Finance, Energy Consulting
Highly motivated students with direct analytical and results-driven experience in industry and academy. Seeking professional development opportunities to leverage and to improve my skills in energy consulting and industry analysis.
Oil and Gas Exploration, Geophysics, Seismic Interpretation, Project Management, Data Integration, Microseismic Monitoring, Microseismic Processing
Over 6 years of experience in the Oil and Gas industry working as a Professional Geophysicist. Experience in seismic interpretation for exploration and exploitation, as well as microseismic monitoring for hydraulic fractures and reservoir activity. Currently pursuing a Masters Degree at Rice University in Houston, TX to enhance knowledge of geology and geophysics as well as business and management.
Geologist, Geoscientist, Carbonates, Log Analysis, Petrophysics, Geophysics, Mapping, Perta, ArcGIS, PowerLog, Risk Management, Reservoir Modeling
Well Log Interpretation, Oil & Gas, Fine Description, Well Arrangement, Geological Mapping, Seismic Interpretation
The most recent research that he participated in is "arrangement of well locations" in Maidston, SK, canada. The purpose of this study is by using the collected data from drilling and well logging to analyze the favorable distribution area of oil & gas.
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Carbonate Sedimentology, Paleoclimate, Diagenesis
My research is based on Understanding the demise of upper Cambrian large microbial reefs in Mason County, Texas. I am focusing on interbuild up sediments from the last stages of microbial growth. The idea is to reconstruct the paleoenvironmental history of microbial growth using geochemical techniques (carbonate content variation, clay mineralogy) and thin section studies. I am also working on understanding the origin of stylonodular limestones, a product of burial diagenesis using thin section studies.
geology, geoscience, energy, oil, gas, business, graduate, masters
Geologist, Petrophysicist, Geomechanics, Pore Pressure Prediction, Well Log Analyst, Drilling Parameter Interpretation, Seismic Data Interpretation, Code Development, Texas A&M University
Polly, GIS, Data Visualization, Geology, Geophysics, Oil and Gas, Energy, Seismic Interpretation, Petrel, China, Deep Water, Fractures, Unconventional
Marine Micropaleontology, Geological Modeling, Seismic Interpretation,Exploration & Production, Energy Policy
GIS, Seismic Interpretation, Well logging, Sedimentology, Unconventional Reservoir
Sedimentology, Geologic Mapping, Seismic Interpretation, Well Log Interpretation, Oil & Gas， Unconventional Reservoirs
Study of a series of areas, including the initial beds that are overlying an Upper Cambrian microbial reef unit (Wilberns Formation) in Mason County, Central Texas. The main objective of the study is to determine the nature and diagenesis of the carbonate deposits (San Saba member) and interpret the overall depositional environment and diagenetic pathways.
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