Team Member

Casey Meirovitz

Ph.D. Candidate
University of Utah
cmeirovitz@gmail.com

Topic: Reservoir characterization and simulation: essential architectural elements, scales, and uncertainty.

 

Research Topics

  • Reservoir characterization and simulation of a marginal marine reservoir system: essential architectural elements, scales, and uncertainty.

Publications and Presentations

  •  Casey Meirovitz, Lisa Stright, Stephen M. Hubbard & Brian Romans (2016). The Influence of Intra- and Inter-Channel Architecture in Selecting Optimal Gridding for Field-Scale Reservoir Simulation. AAPG Annual Convention and Exhibition, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Poster PDF
  •  Casey Meirovitz, Allie Jackson, Lisa Stright, Stephen M. Hubbard & Brian Romans. Quantifying Inter- and Intra-Channel Architectural Controls on Reservoir Performance in a Deep-Water Slope Channel System, Tres Pasos Formation, Magallanes Basin.  AAPG Annual Convention and Exhibition, Denver, CO. Poster PDF
  • Quantifying Reservoir Performance for Deepwater Slope Channel Deposits. by Thomas Smith in GEO ExPro, September 2016. Article PDF
  • Casey Meirovitz, Lisa Stright, Steve Hubbard & Brian Romans (2017). Field-Scale Reservoir Simulation of the Lower Laguna Figueroa Deep-Water Channel Complex Set, Tres Pasos Formation, Magallanes Basin, Chilean Patagonia Presentation PPT
  • Casey Meirovitz, Lisa Stright, Brian W. Romans & Stehpen M. Hubbard (2017). Optimal Gridding Selection for Field-Scale Reservoir Simulation of a Channelized Deep-Water System, Tres Pasos Formation, Magallanes Basin, Chile Poster PDF

Previous degrees:

  • B.Sc. (Brigham Young University)
  • M.S. (University of California, Davis)

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