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  • 1. Managing Your Career as a Geoscientist From Many AAPG Geoscientists
  • 2. Geoscience Professional Development Independent Manager Broadening Succession Planned Assignments Entry Training Development Student Level Assignments Mentored Consultant Formal by Experts Mentoring Mentors others Mentors others Senior Interpreter Specialist Now is the Time to Start Planning Your Career
  • 3. Your Responsibility Maintain Or Not Your Career
  • 4. AAPG Can Help You Build and Manage Your Career
  • 5. Successful Geoscientists Love Geology Creative Problem Solvers Win-win attitude Team player Perseverance and flexibility Realistic appraisal of career market
  • 6. Current Industry Geoscience Demographics Age Brackets for Geoscientists Worldwide (2008*) 300 250 200 150 Global Demand 100 50 0 >25 26-29 30-34 35-39 40-44 45-49 50-54 55-59 60+ Age (YRS)
  • 7. Successful Geoscientists Love Geology Creative Problem Solver Win-win attitude Team player Perseverance and flexibility Realistic appraisal of career market
  • 8. Geoscience Foundation Geoscience Careers Strong basic-discipline training Develop supplementary skills Math and Statistics Physics Computer and Workstation Excellent communication skills Oral, written, graphical English
  • 9. Geologic Mapping and Sampling Gravity Seismic Reflection Magnetics Geologic Mapping JMA Armentrout 2000, from American Petroleum Institute, 1986
  • 10. Stratigraphy and Depositional Systems Understanding the processes creating sedimentary units Clastic Sedimentology Record missing due to MESOZOIC CENOZOIC erosion: Must recon -struct & history from regional data U PERMIAN L Rock Physics U pper Permian U PENN. CARBONIFEROUS M MISS. L M-U Pennsylvanian Log Correlation Depositional Systems From Armentrout, 2000, AAPG.org
  • 11. Structural Geology Understanding the process of deformation of the subsurface Seismic Interpretation Contouring From Armentrout, 2000, AAPG.org
  • 12. Exploration Geochemistry Characterizing the type, history and origin of petroleum P re d ic t O il Q u a lity G as D e te rm in e L ite Generation H eavy O il G am m a D ens ity R esi stiv ity Age of O il Rate O ils .. . . ... . .. . . ......................................... . .. .. . .......... ........ ... .......... . .. . . . . .. .......... ......... ... ..................................... . . . . ................................................. . ........... . .. . .. .. . . .. . . . . 100 m y 0 my C oaly S o urce M o d el S o urc e R oc k P re d ic tion L e aka g e A ccu m u la t io n S ea l Seq u en ce R ese rvo ir P e tro le u m M ig ra tion Stratig rap h y P e t role um C ha rg e S ou rce R ock M ig ratio n Path w ays From Armentrout, 2000, AAPG.org
  • 13. Reservoir Characterization Reservoir Characterization focuses on data integration to model reservoir architecture and flow properties CUM PROD TIME Seismic visualization Fracture characterization Resistivity modeling Production data inversion Outcrop studies Reservoir Optimization Geostatistics QUANTIFIED UNCERTAINTY Volumetric and reserve Reservoir estimation simulation From Armentrout, 2000, AAPG.org
  • 14. COMPUTER SKILL