Robin D Dommisse
Robin Dommisse is a senior geological modeling advisor at the Bureau of Economic Geology. He studied Geology at the Free University of Amsterdam and Petroleum Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin. His research interests include sequence stratigraphic interpretation, petrophysics, geological modeling, geostatistics, and reservoir simulation. He has spent his professional career in the energy industry in the fields of reservoir characterization and software design, performing over 50 integrated 3D reservoir modeling projects for both supermajor and independent oil & gas companies.
Present position: Research Scientist Associate, Bureau of Economic Geology, The University of Texas at Austin (March 2016 - present).
His areas of expertise include integrated 3D geocellular modeling, seismic interpretation, reservoir simulation, hydrocarbon reserves assessment, petrophysics, and sequence stratigraphic well log interpretation. At the Bureau, he has contributed to various industry associate programs and research groups, including RCRL, TORA, MSRL, Texnet, CISR, SUTUR, FRAC, and STARR.
Recent interview: www.beg.utexas.edu/people/featured-researcher/robin-dommisse
- Creation of regional subsurface models for the Bakken, Barnett, Haynesville, Fayetteville, and Marcellus Unconventional Reservoir Shale Production and Reserve Studies.
- Creation of regional and reservoir 3D integrated geocellular models of the West Texas Permian Basin, including the Midland and Delaware basins.
- Creation of reservoir scale 3D integrated seismic-to-simulation models of conventional oil and gas reservoirs of the Central Basin Platform.
Areas of Expertise
3D geological interpretation and modeling - Integrated reservoir characterization - Petroleum Geology - Petroleum Engineering - Carbonate sequence stratigraphy - Conventional and unconventional reservoir exploration and development - Oil field exploration and production reservoir management - Petrophysics - Geostatistics - Reservoir simulation - Software development
Bethany Rysak, M.S., 2021
Jackson School of Geosciences