On 25th February, at 11h00, the seminar entitled “Innovation in the geo-modelling workflow: a geophysical perspective” will be held by Dr. Pierre Thore, TOTAL.
This presentation looks over the current state of TOTAL's research and development for geosciences and reservoir modelling. Real case examples illustrate the current R&D projects with a particular focus on geophysical data integration.
Pierre Thore (26/03/1957)
MsC from Ecole de Geologie de Nancy (1980)
PhD from Ecole de Geologie de Nancy (1982) in applied geophysics
Post-doctoral at Houston University 1983;
HDR (Habilitation à diriger des recherches) (1998) Université de Pau
Velocity Model Building (1985-1991) several publications in journal and conferences.
Uncertainty Quantification Applied to Structural Models and link with Flow Simulation (1992-2000) use of geostatistics, development of 3D algorithms; publications in journal and conferences.
Seismic Modeling and High Resolution Model Building (2001-2005) development of algorithms for massive modeling and use of Geostatistics in new Workflow for populating models; publications in journal and conferences.
Reservoir Geophysics (2006-…) 3D and 4D inversions, uncertainty quantification and management, integration of various sources of information (geophysics, petrophysics, geology, geomechanics) ; publications in journal and conferences.