Mohit Paryani is a reservoir engineer at FracGeo focused on application of innovative technologies in the oil and gas industry. Paryani holds a BS degree from Maharashtra Institute of Technology, India and a MS degree from University of Alaska Fairbanks, both in petroleum engineering. His current research interests include developing and implementing various frac-design packages, reservoir and geomechanical simulators, predicting reserves estimates and quantifying uncertainty in production forecasts. He has presented several technical publications that cover a wide range of multidisciplinary topics, including fracture modeling, unconventional reservoirs, reservoir simulation, stochastic modeling and geomechanics.
Nicholas Umholtz is a Geoscientist with FracGeo. He received a B.S. (Geological Sciences) in 2012 from Indiana University at Bloomington, and a M.S. (Geological Sciences) from The Ohio State University at Columbus in 2014. Nick is currently applying new 3G (Geomechanics, Geophysics, Geology) concepts for unconventional reservoir characterization and completion optimization.