Contact Information

  • ANDREINA LIBORIUS
    (405) 410-2337

Description

Fully integrated geoscientist with experience in new play identification looking for a full-time job in the oil and gas industry. Proficiency in reservoir characterization of conventional and unconventional reservoirs, 3D seismic interpretation, and applied petroleum geochemistry for exploration and production. Comprehensive knowledge in Deepwater GOM, Permian Basin, Late Cretaceous, and Upper Devonian Formations (La Luna, Eagle Ford, and Woodford Shales) from northern and southern America.

Location

Houston, Texas

Experience

NOVEMBER 2019– TO PRESENT
GEOSCIENTIST, REVOCHEM LLC
• Developed static reservoir characterization, landing zone optimization and dynamic reservoir fracture monitoring using production geochemistry for different operators along the Permian, Anadarko, Williston and Western Gulf Basins

JUNE 2019 – NOVEMBER 2019
GEOSCIENTIST INTERN, LLOG EXPLORATION
• Applied geoscience principles and analysis towards detailed prospect evaluation and risking in Deepwater Gulf of Mexico, Tertiary Wilcox trend (Keathley Canyon and Walker Ridge)
• Utilized a multidisciplinary geologic and geophysical workflow correlating logs, incorporating biostratigraphy, core interpretation and geometrical attributes from 3D seismic data (using AASPI and Petrel) to generate structure maps and fault planes subsalt
• Generated net-pay isopach maps using log correlations and 3D seismic data to determine OOIP; Developed a petrophysical geostatistical reservoir model and evaluated the most prospective areas integrating reservoir properties and 3D seismic data

SEPTEMBER 2016 – JUNE 2019
PART-TIME GEOSCIENTIST, PALADIN GEOLOGICAL SERVICES
• Developed petrophysical interpretations and formation evaluation of unconventional shales and tight reservoirs integrating extensive core-log integration on a field scale
• Evaluated and interpreted shale rock properties for different unconventional reservoirs (Wolfcamp, Eagle Ford, Mississippian Limestone, Woodford Shale, and Oswego) using an integrated petrophysical, mineralogical and geochemical approach by incorporating well log, core, and cuttings data

JANUARY 2014 – MAY 2019
RESEARCH ASSISTANT, OU INSTITUTE OF RESERVOIR CHARACTERIZATION
• Performed various geological and geophysical studies, i.e., sequence stratigraphy, facies development, 3D seismic interpretation and geochemical surveys to generate new play and prospects in northern and South-America Basins
• Identification of landing zones using petrography, XRD, XRF, geomechanics, well logs, Rock-Eval and TOC, and organic geochemistry

Awards and Certifications

• Winner of the AAPG OUTSTANDING STUDENT CHAPTER AWARD (national category) 2019
• Outstanding Leadership Award 2018, The University of Oklahoma
• Grant recipient for the 2017 and 2018 AAPG Foundation Grants-in-Aid Program
• Finalist Imperial Barrel Award 2012, South-American category, spring 2012
• Second Place Ph.D. Research, SEG/AAPG student expo, spring 2017
• Second Place Ph.D. Research, ConocoPhillips Student Research Symposium, spring 2017

Skills

•Proficient in 3D seismic interpretation, Static reservoir modeling and petrophysics for unconventional and turbidities deposits
• Proficient in Petrel, AASPI, Kingdom, Petra, Techlog, and Arcgis
• Proficient in the integration of sequence stratigraphy and petroleum geochemistry
• Experience in production allocation using production geochemistry
• Knowledge in sequence stratigraphy; reservoir characterization; basin analysis and deep-water petroleum geology
• Fluent in English and Spanish (oral and written) and intermediate level in French

Education

MAY 2019
DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY, THE UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA/SCHOOL OF GEOLOGY AND GEOPHYSICS
Advisor: Dr. Roger Slatt /Dr. Paul Philp

DECEMBER 2015
MASTER OF SCIENCES, THE UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA/ SCHOOL OF GEOLOGY AND GEOPHYSICS
Advisor: Dr. Roger Slatt

JULY 2012
BACHELOR OF SCIENCES IN GEOLOGICAL ENGINEERING, UNIVERSIDAD DE LOS ANDES