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The AAPG/Datapages Combined Publications Database
AAPG Special Volumes
Predicting Reservoir System Quality and Performance
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Dan J. Hartmann
Dan J. Hartmann received his B.S. degree in geology from New Mexico Tech. in 1963. He then joined Pan American Petroleum (now BP-Amoco) where he worked in various capacities ranging from exploration geologist through supervisor of exploration and exploitation for the western United States and Alaska. From 1981 through 1985, Hartmann served as vice-president/general manager for Mitchell Energy Company and was responsible for the western United States and Canada. In 1985, he formed DJH Energy Consulting, which specializes in exploration/exploitation consultation and education for the oil industry. Hartmann has extensive international and domestic experience that includes projects involving complex Sw models of shaly sandstones and carbonates. He has published some of his work and taught short courses on a wide variety of reservoir type and quality issues.
Edward A. Beaumont
Edward A. (Ted) Beaumont is an independent petroleum geologist from Tulsa, Oklahoma. He holds a BS in geology from the University of New Mexico and an MS in geology from the University of Kansas. Currently, he is generating drilling prospects in Texas, Oklahoma, and the Rocky Mountains. His previous professional experience was as a sedimentologist in basin analysis with Cities Service Oil Company and as Science Director for AAPG. Ted is coeditor of the Treatise of Petroleum Geology. He has lectured on creative exploration techniques in the U.S., China, and Australia and has received the Distinguished Service Award and Award of Special Recognition from AAPG.
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