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Geologic Experience

The extensive experience Mr. Olszewski has gained through his involvement in a diverse array projects has resulted in his exposure to a large variety of geologic techniques and disciplines. He has worked in both siliciclastic and carbonate sedimentary environments and numerous structural provinces. Greg's geologic experience includes:

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Aerial Photograph Interpretation

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Field Work

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Geochemistry

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Petrophysical Analysis

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Sequence Stratigraphy

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Stratigraphic Analysis

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Structural Analysis

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Well Site Work

If the project environment permits, Mr. Olszewski uses all available data to build a complete geological picture. All standard maps and cross sections are constructed. Core, outcrop, and aerial photographs are used to build the most accurate interpretation possible.

Regional 

It is necessary to understand the regional geologic framework to formulate a realistic geologic depiction of the area under study. Greg researches all available information to understand the regional geology.

 

Structural

Mr. Olszewski has experience in most structural settings. Geologic work has been performed in the following settings:

bulletDivergent
bulletPassive Margins
bulletRift Basins
bulletBack Arc Spreading
bulletIntracratonic Sags
bulletConvergent
bulletThrust Belts
bulletFore Arc Basins
bulletForeland Basins
bulletTransform
bulletPull Apart Basins
bulletTranspressional Basins

 

Depositional Environments

Prediction of stratigraphic trends strongly depends on an accurate interpretation of depositional environments. Interpretation of depositional environments is critical in the exploration of stratigraphic traps and the prediction of reservoir character. Mr. Olszewski has extensive experience in the interpretation of depositional environments. His interest and experience in this subject began with the work he performed on his masters thesis.

 

Sequence Stratigraphy

Sequence stratigraphic interpretation provides a regional chrono-stratigraphic framework within which depositional environments can be interpreted and plays developed. Sequence stratigraphy can also be useful in the development of individual reservoirs.

Whereas seismic data can identify large regional sequence boundaries, incorporating data from well logs, core, and surface out croppings can produce a much higher resolution interpretation. Mr. Olszewski has experience defining sequence components using seismic and merging it with all other datasets.

 

 

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