Juan P Acevedo perez
Current MSc student of the Energy and Earth Resources Program in the Jackson School of Geosciences. I am originally from Bogotá, Colombia, and I did my undergraduate studies at Texas A&M University where I earned a degree in Geophysics with minors in Geology and Mathematics. I am currently a part of the TexNet- CISR, and RISC cohorts from the Bureau of Economic Geology that are researching the link between oil and gas operations and induced seismicity in the state of Texas.
My work is focused on gathering and analyzing wastewater injection data from O&G operating companies and their relationship with induced seismicity in the Texas Panhandle.
Current Research Projects
Analysis of Wastewater Injection and Prospect Regions for Induced Seismicity in the Texas Panhandle, USA
Poster Presentation - 2nd Place - UT Energy Week (2020)
Poster Presentation - 3rd Place - UT Energy Week (2019)
Fellowship Funding - Energy and Earth Resources (2018 - 2020)
Analysis of Wastewater Injection and Prospect Regions for Induced Seismicity in the Texas Panhandle, USA, Masters Saturday - Jackson School of Geosciences, Austin, TX (Virtual) (2020)
Saltwater Disposal and Enhanced Oil Recovery Analytics in the Panhandle Region, Texas, USA, UT Energy Week, UT Alumni Center (2020)
Saltwater Disposal Analytics in the Texas Panhandle, UT Energy Week, UT Alumni Center (2019)
Seismic Anisotropy Beneath Alaska Constrained by Shear Wave Splitting Analysis, American Geophysical Union - Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA (2017)