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Enabling clients to unlock the value of their assets through innovative tools and deep industry experience.
Always delivering a high impact service to clients.
Giving integrated, multi-disciplinary and unbiased advice.
Global experience – across six continents
Worked across the business cycle: production, development and exploration
Performed evaluations in a variety of operational settings: onshore, offshore and deepwater
Completed reserves, resource and competence persons (CPR) reports
Assessed conventional and unconventional reservoirs
Competence in data-rich and data-poor environments
Simon Molyneux (Principal Geoscientist & Managing Director) is a Geoscientist with 23 years of experience acquired at Santos, Talisman Energy and Shell.
He was Santos’s Exploration Manager for offshore Australia and exploration and subsurface lead for Talisman Energy’s assets in Malaysia.
He is driven by a belief that each field, prospect or basin requires an integrated approach to maximise resource value.
Simon has a Masters degree in Earth Sciences from Cambridge University, a PhD in Structural Geology from Durham University and a Graduate Certificate in Strategic Decision and Risk Management from Stanford University.
Hongfeng Wu (Principal Reservoir Engineer & Director) is a Reservoir Engineer with 20 years’ experience gained at Shell, BP and CNOOC.
He was Shell’s lead reservoir engineer for Prelude and Auriga in the Browse basin, Australia and the Champion and Champion West fields in Brunei. His knowledge covers the full range of the gas/oil field life cycle from exploration, field development, well delivery and field management.
He has competence in integrated 3D simulation and analytical well/reservoir/field performance techniques.
He is committed to work in an integrated manner with clients and apply his deep technical knowledge to resolve the issue at hand.
Hongfeng has a Masters degree in Sedimentology from University of Petroleum China (Beijing) and a MBA from the joint program of Lingnan, Sun Yat-Sen University and MIT Sloan management school.
Thiam-Guan (TG) Tan (Associate) is a Facilities Engineer with 30 years experience in the Upstream Oil and Gas industry, including 26 years with Shell.
He was Shell’s Development Manager responsible for their interests in the Greater Gorgon and Wheatstone assets, including the Foundation project and future field developments. TG’s experience includes management of subsurface and surface field development, project execution, operating venture governance and cost engineering on some of the largest and most complex gas projects in the world, e.g. Gorgon and North West Shelf.
TG has a Masters degree in Engineering from Cambridge University and has worked in Malaysia, Singapore and Australia.
Martin Storey (Associate) is a practicing Geoscientist, Petrophysicist and well data expert with over 30 years of international oilfield experience with Schlumberger, Shell, and National and International Oil Companies. He has been an independent petrophysical consultant and trainer based in Perth, Western Australia for the past two decades. His areas of expertise include petrophysics, operations, integrated team work and the acquisition, exploitation management of well data, in all sorts of environments and at all stages of the life cycle of assets. In Australia, he has worked extensively on the Browse, Carnarvon and Perth Basins in senior technical roles.
He is a keen team player, passionate about producing clear and rigorous work, with a focus on practicality and value. He is generous with his knowledge and is an active member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE), the Society of Petrophysicists and Well Log Analysts (SPWLA), and the Professional Petroleum Data Management Association (PPDM). He served on the Committee of the Australian SPWLA Chapter from 2004 to 2019, and co-founded in 2017 the first Leadership Team of the PPDM outside North America, which he chaired in its first three years.
Martin earned a BSc in Mathematical and Computer Science from Stanford University and an MSc in. Electrical Engineering from the California Institute of Technology.
Helen Debenham (Associate) is an experienced geophysical manager with proven track record of delivering the highest quality geophysical product. Previously she was Geoscience Manager for DownUnder Geosolutions (DUG) in Perth. She is one of the world’s leading seismic imagers with expertise in Full Waveform Inversion (FWI), Seismic Migration (incl. Kirchoff PSTM and PSDM, Reverse time Migration (RTM), WEM and Beam) and Tomographic velocity model building.
Helen holds a Masters in Earth Sciences from Cambridge University.
Anchuan Zheng (Associate) is a Geoscientist with 33 years of experience acquired at Shell, ExxonMobil and CNOOC. He was a Staff Geoscientist of Shell involved in exploration and development in Gulf of Mexico, Brazil Deep Water, Middle East, North Africa and China.
He is a proven oil and gas finder including the recent Whale discovery in Gulf of Mexico – the largest oil field found in the last 10 years. His experience includes conventional and unconventional play-based exploration, prospect generation and evaluation, exploration drilling, appraisal and post-drill analysis.
Anchuan holds a Graduate Certificate and masters in Exploration and Reservoir Description from Norwegian University of Science and Technology.
Feng-Xu Jian (Associate) is a development geoscientist with 30 years of international experience mostly with Chevron. He had a solid track-record for delivering reliable reservoir characterization and modelling solutions to support major asset developments and reserve assessments. He involved in world-class asset developments like Gorgon LNG in Australia, Bibiyana in Bangladesh, Tahiti in Gulf of Maxico, Browse LNG in Australia, and many other projects in West Africa, North Sea, South America, South-east Asia, and central Australia. He is also very experienced in providing review, mentoring, advice and class-room training on reservoir modelling and field development planning.
His key areas of expertise include characterization of stratigraphy, facies and petrophysical properties for reservoir models, geostatistical reservoir modelling and uncertainty analysis, reserve assessment and field development planning. He is a team player, leader, and integrated project manager.
Feng earned a Ph.D. in stratigraphy and sedimentology from UNSW, and B.Sc. in Petroleum Geoscience from China Petroleum University.
Pooya Hadian (Associate) Geophysicist and Geoscientist with 7+ years of industry experience, acquired at NIOC and Petropars.
Pooya has worked on a wide range of projects from carbon capture and storage (CCS), prospect maturation, pore pressure prediction, reservoir characterisation, seismic interpretation, seismic survey design, seismic data processing and unconventional play assessment.
Pooya has a PhD in CCS related Petroleum Engineering from Curtin University and a Masters degree in Petroleum Exploration from Tehran Polytechnic University.
Hesham Farhani (Associate) Hesham is a Senior Reservoir Engineer with 14 years of industry experience. His areas of expertise include dynamic reservoir modelling, reserve assessment, reservoir surveillance and production forecasting. Hesham is keen to develop real-world solutions for complex oilfield challenges and has proven track record of implementing WRFM system (well, reservoir and facility management) and integrated field development planning in multiple assets at different lifecycle stages, including heterogeneous fractured carbonate reservoirs and tight gas plays. He has worked on a broad range of IOR and EOR projects from pilot design, data analysis and field wide implementation.
Hesham has a MSc in Reservoir Engineering from Tehran Polytechnic University and a BSc in Petroleum Engineering from Petroleum University of Technology, Iran.
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