I am interested in characterizing the reservoir properties of unconventional gas shales using rock physics modeling, seismic inversion, and statistical methods. I use well log data and core data to calibrate rock physics models at well locations, and apply these rock physics models to seismic scale to obtain continuous distributions of the reservoir properties for gas shales.
Current Research Projects
Reservoir Characterization on the Haynesville Shale
Speaker Liaison, Texas Geophysical Society, Society of Exploration Geophysicists Student Chapter (2012)
Estimation of the porosity and pore aspect ratio of the Haynesville Shale using the self-consistent model and a grid search method, Society of Exploration Geophysicists, Las Vegas, NV (2012)
Pore-shape and composition effects on rock-physics modeling in the Haynesville Shale, Society of Exploration Geophysicists, San Antonio, TX (2011)