After his stint at Placid, Elmo worked as an independent geologist building prospects from inception to drilling, as a consulting geologist helping others to delineate prospects and to high grade existing production, and then finally as an exploitation geologist with Voyager Exploration, Inc. While at Voyager Exploration, he unraveled the sedimentary and structural history of the company's premier property, a 50-year old field in the Big Horn Basin of northwest Wyoming, helping the company to increase production from 25 BOPDE to almost 1300 BOPDE.
Since 2006 Elmo has worked for Discovery Group on a variety of projects ranging from tight gas sands in North America and Australia to shale plays in North America and Europe.
Elmo is a member of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (recipient of the 2003 Public Service Award, Rocky Mountain Section Officer 2011-2015 and serving as RMS-AAPG President in 2014), the Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists (recipient of the 1999 Distinguished Service to RMAG Award, elected President in 2005, recipient of the 2007 Honorary Membership Award, and recipient of the President's Award in 2015 for his lengthy and dedicated service to RMAG and numerous geological societies), and is a registered professional geologist in Wyoming (PG 3016).
Jack Breig is a Petrophysical Consultant with The Discovery Group. Prior to this, Jack was the Chief of Petrophysics at Whiting Petroleum, specializing in advanced logs analysis and core analysis for various unconventional oil and gas reservoirs. He has also worked at Newfield Exploration on tight gas sand and shale gas plays in the Midcontinent, as a technological consultant with Schlumberger, and as a Senior Production Geologist with Tenneco and Exxon Production Research. His specialties with unconventional resources include foundational studies on the Woodford Shale in Oklahoma, and development of advanced evaluation programs for the Bakken, Three Forks, Niobrara, Eagle Ford, and Marcellus formations. Jack is a member of SPWLA, AAPG, SPE, and the current VP-Technology for the Denver Well Logging Society.
Erin, owner of Innovative Geotech Resources, has been working in the oil and gas industry for 14+ years and has extensive experience in consulting geoscience technician work (in-house and out-of-house), dozens of geoscience software packages, map digitizing, well log services, and large format scanning and printing.
Co-owner of Interactive Earth Sciences with more than 40 years of technical geophysical experience with GULF and CHEVRON in a variety of research and interpretation positions. Markís previous experience has involved seismic project management and 2D/3D seismic workstation interpretation in exploration and development projects. At IESC, Mark specializes in workstation seismic interpretation, project management, exploration evaluation, AVO analysis, and technical training. Markís recent 3D interpretation experience includes projects in Wyoming, South Texas, South Louisiana, and Kansas. Recent international projects include field assessments in Mexico and Kingdom of Bahrain. Mark holds a BS degree in Physics and an MS degree in Geophysics.
Co-owner of Interactive Earth Sciences with more than 36 years of geophysical experience with CHEVRON Exploration and Production and IESC. Peterís experience is primarily in 2D and 3D seismic data acquisition, processing, and management, workstation systems administration, and geophysical workstation interpretation. At IESC, Peter is responsible for workstation seismic interpretation, project management, computer systems management and supervision/quality control of seismic data acquisition and processing. Peterís recent interpretation experience includes projects in Kansas, the Permian Basin, and the North Slope of Alaska. Peter holds a BS degree in Geology and an MS degree in Computer Information Systems.