Oil and Gas Data Manipulation

Eric Keyser

Instructor: Eric Keyser
Date: November 09, 2018
Duration: 1 day
Members (early bird/price): CAD$ 400/500 (plus GST)
Non-members (early bird/price): CAD$ 450/550 (plus GST)
Location: TBA
Time: TBA



G. Eric Keyser’s interest in computers started when he was 13 during a weekend at a WATFOR programming camp at the University of Waterloo. He has always been interested in the nuts and bolts of seismic data and uses Linux, Perl and Awk scripts to ensure the data he is interpreting is valid and spatially correct.

Eric’s Geophysical career has taken him from Calgary (Amoco), to Tulsa, New Orleans, Denver, Chicago, Houston and London.  A Proven oil/gas finder with projects ranging from Shell’s Cognac field in the Gulf Coast to the North Sea where he was part of the team that convinced management to drill down dip from a wet well. This resulted in the discovery of the 4 tcf Everest trend. While stationed in Calgary, the seismically defined Blackstone discovery set the Alberta record for both rate and volume.

Eric is currently working for Modern Resources Inc. utilizing seismic to drill a faster well and to identify areas for increased production in the Deep Basin of Western Alberta.  Eric is a member of SEG and CSEG societies.