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F. Jerry Lucia

Professional Summary

July 8, 2008


Business address: The University of Texas at Austin

Bureau of Economic Geology

University Station, Box X

Austin, Texas 78713-8924

(512) 471-1534

E-mail address: jerry.lucia@beg.utexas.edu


Academic Background


B.S. Engineering, University of Minnesota, 1953

M.S. Geology, University of Minnesota, 1954


Areas of Expertise


  1. Carbonate geology.

  2. Petroleum geological engineering.

  3. Petroleum exploration geology.

  4. Sandstone geology.


Professional Work Experience


A. Present Position: Senior Research Scientist, Bureau of Economic Geology, The University of Texas at Austin (June 2004 - Present).


Petrophysical and geological description of San Andres outcrop, Guadalupe Mountains, Dune (Grayburg) and Taylor Link (San Andres) fields, Seminole (San Andres) field, and South Cowden (Grayburg) field. Characterization of West Texas oil fields for additional oil recovery, University Lands research project.


B. Present Position: Senior Research Fellow, Bureau of Economic Geology, The University of Texas at Austin (March 1985 - Present).


Petrophysical and geological description of San Andres outcrop, Guadalupe Mountains, Dune (Grayburg) and Taylor Link (San Andres) fields, Seminole (San Andres) field, and South Cowden (Grayburg) field. Characterization of West Texas oil fields for additional oil recovery, University Lands research project.


C. Present Position: Principal Investigator, Bureau of Economic Geology, The University of Texas at Austin (1992 - Present).


Oversee Reservoir Characterization Research Laboratory for Carbonates.


D. Principal Investigator, Bureau of Economic Geology, The University of Texas at Austin (1998 - 2001).


DOE Clear Fork Reservoir Characterization Project.


E. Senior Lecturer, Department of Geosciences, The University of Texas at Austin (1996 - 1999).


Carbonate Reservoir Characterization, Fall Semester.


F. Principal Investigator, Bureau of Economic Geology, The University of Texas at Austin (1993 - 1996).


DOE Outcrop Analogs Project.


G. Geological Advisor, Geoscience Institute (1987 - 1991).


Evaluation of research needs for improved recovery from existing oil and gas fields. Classification of known oil reservoirs in the United States.


H. Head Office Senior Technical Geological Engineer, Production Department of Shell Oil Company (April 1980 - February 1985).


Responsible for the technical expertise, staff level, and staff distribution of Geological Engineering specialty, Shell Oil Company.


I. Division Geological Engineer, Rocky Mountain/Mid-Continent Division, Production Department, Shell Oil Company (1970 - April 1980).


Supervising development programs and Production Department exploratory efforts in the Northern Michigan Niagaran Reef Trend, Williston Basin, Anadarko Basin, and Permian Basin.


J. Staff Geological Engineer, Production and Exploration Departments, Mid-Continent Division (July 1967 - 1970).


General production geology tasks in areas of interest to Shell Oil on the Northwest Shelf of the Permian Basin including lease surveillance, proposing and following development wells and exploratory wells (particularly in the Cato, San Andres field), coordination with the Exploration Department, and numerous administrative tasks. One year in the Exploration Department supervising the development and execution of an exploratory play for the San Andres in East-Central New Mexico.


K. Production Geologist, Production Department of Shell Development Company (1958 - 1967).


Research on the origin and distribution of carbonate rocks with emphasis on the pore space. Includes field studies, detailed mapping on outcrops of productive formations, and studies of recent sedimentation and diagenesis particularly in the area of dolomitization and tidal flat sedimentation.


L. Exploitation Engineer, Shell Oil Company (1957 - 1958).


Training program for engineers with short work assignments in various oil fields, field offices, and company schools in Oklahoma, West Texas, New Mexico, and Houston, including well-site evaluation work. Two years spent in the military.


M. Exploitation Engineer, Shell Oil Company (1954 - 1955).


Training program for engineers with short work assignments in various oil fields, field offices, and company schools in Oklahoma, West Texas, New Mexico, and Houston, including well-site evaluation work. Two years spent in the military.


Professional Societies


American Association of Petroleum Geologists

Austin Geological Society

Geological Society of America

Society for Sedimentary Geology

Society of Petroleum Engineers


Awards and Honorary Societies


Honorary Life Member, Permian Basin Section, Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, 2003


Distinguished Lecturer, American Association of Petroleum Geologists, 2000 - 2001


AAPG Wallace E. Pratt Memorial Award for Best Paper, 1994 - 1997


AAPG Wallace E. Pratt Memorial Award for Best Paper, 1995 - 1996


Distinguished Service Award, West Texas Geological Society, 1993 - 1995


Committee Responsibilities and Professional Activities


Member, Graduate Studies Committee, Department of Geological Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin, 2006


Member, Promotions Advisory Committee, Bureau of Economic Geology, 2005


Member, Promotions Advisory Committee, Bureau of Economic Geology, 2005 - present


Associate Editor, AAPG Publications, American Association of Petroleum Geologists, 2004 - present


Member, Publication Committee, American Association of Petroleum Geologists, 2004 - 2006


Member, Graduate Support Committee, Jackson School of Geosciences, The University of Texas at Austin, 2003 - 2006


Member, Graduate Studies Committee, Jackson School of Geosciences, The University of Texas at Austin, 2002 - present


Chairman, Technical Review Committee, Society of Petroleum Engineers, 1994 - 1997


Member, Development of Geology and Geophysics Technical Committee, Society of Petroleum Engineers, 1994 - 1997


Member, Nominating Committee, Society for Sedimentary Geology, 1991


Member, Reservoir Characterization Reprint Committee, Society of Petroleum Engineers, 1988 - 1989


Technical Editor, Society of Petroleum Engineers, 1988 - 1994


Chairman, Workshop on Research Needs for Hydrocarbon Fuels Reservoir Characterization Committee, U. S. Department of Energy, 1987


Member, Publication Committee, American Association of Petroleum Geologists, 1984 - 1988


Member, Research Consortium Resource Recovery Task Force, Gulf Universities, 1982 - 1983


Member, Research Council, Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, 1975 - 1978


Member, Research Committee on Reservoir Heterogeneity, American Petroleum Institute, 1966 - 1970


Publications


Books, Manuals


Lucia, F. J., 2008, Carbonate reservoir characterization, 2nd edition: New York, Springer-Verlag, 226 p.


Lucia, F. J., 1999, Carbonate reservoir characterization: New York, Springer-Verlag, 226 p.


Reports, Monographs, Brochures, Pamphlets, Bulletins


Lucia, F. J., 2000, Petrophysical characterization and distribution of remaining mobile oil: South Cowden Grayburg reservoir, Ector County, Texas: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology Report of Investigations No. 260, 54 p.


Jennings, J. W., Jr., Lucia, F. J., and Ruppel, S. C., 1998, Waterflood performance modeling for the South Cowden Grayburg reservoir, Ector County, Texas: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology Report of Investigations No. 247, 46 p.


Wang, F. P., and Lucia, F. J., 1993, Comparison of empirical models for calculating the vuggy porosity and cementation exponent of carbonates from log responses: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology Geological Circular 93-4, 27 p.


Lucia, F. J., Kerans, Charles, and Vander Stoep, G. W., 1992, Characterization of a karsted, high-energy, ramp-margin carbonate reservoir: Taylor-Link West San Andres Unit, Pecos County, Texas: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology Report of Investigations No. 208, 46 p.


Tyler, Noel, Bebout, D. G., Garrett, C. M., Jr., Guevara, E. H., Hocott, C. R., Holtz, M. H., Hovorka, S. D., Kerans, Charles, Lucia, F. J., Major, R. P., and Ruppel, S. C., 1991, Integrated characterization of Permian Basin reservoirs, University Lands, West Texas: targeting the remaining resource for advanced oil recovery: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology Report of Investigations No. 203, 136 p.


Fogg, G. E., and Lucia, F. J., 1990, Reservoir modeling of restricted platform carbonates: geologic/geostatistical characterization of interwell-scale reservoir heterogeneity, Dune field, Crane County, Texas: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology Report of Investigations No. 190, 66 p.


Bebout, D. G., Lucia, F. J., Hocott, C. R., Fogg, G. E., and Vander Stoep, G. W., 1987, Characterization of the Grayburg Reservoir, University Lands Dune field, Crane County, Texas: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology Report of Investigations No. 168, 98 p.


Lucia, F. J., and Conti, R. D., 1987, Rock fabric, permeability, and log relationships in an upward-shoaling, vuggy carbonate sequence: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology Geological Circular 87-5, 22 p.


Guidebooks


Lucia, Jerry, Kerans, Charlie, and Loucks, Robert, 2004, Collapse Breccia Field Trip: Ordovician El Paso and Montoya Groups, Southern Franklin Mountains, El Paso, Texas: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology Field Trip Guidebook for Hedberg Research Conference, unpaginated [21 p.].


Kerans, Charles, Jennings, James, and Lucia, Jerry, 2004, Algerita Escarpment field trip: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology, Reservoir Characterization Research Laboratory Field Trip Guidebook for Hedberg Research Conference, variously paginated.


Kerans, Charles, Lucia, Jerry, Bellian, Jerry, Loucks, Bob, and Playton, Ted, 2003, Cretaceous buildups and Paleokarst systems, Lake Medina area, South Texas: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology RCRL Annual Field Trip Guidebook, 29 p.


Chapters/Sections


Lucia, F. J., 1995, Chapter 14, Lower Paleozoic cavern development, collapse, and dolomitization, Franklin Mountains, El Paso, Texas, in Budd, D. A., Saller, A. H., and Harris, P. M., eds., Unconformities and porosity in carbonate strata: American Association of Petroleum Geologists, AAPG Memoir 63, p. 279–300.


Fogg, G. E., Lucia, F. J., and Senger, R. K., 1991, Stochastic simulation of interwell-scale heterogeneity for improved prediction of sweep efficiency in a carbonate reservoir, in Lake, L. W., Carroll, H. B., Jr., and Wesson, T. C., eds., Reservoir characterization II: New York, Academic Press, p. 355–381.


Kerans, Charles, and Lucia, F. J., 1989, Recognition of second, third, and fourth/fifth order scales of cyclicity in the El Paso Group and their relation to genesis and architecture of Ellenburger reservoirs, in Cunningham, B. K., and Cromwell, D. W., eds., The lower Paleozoic of West Texas and southern New Mexico—modern exploration concepts: Permian Basin Section, Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, Publication No. 89-31, p. 105–110.


Major, R. P., Bebout, D. G., and Lucia, F. J., 1988, Depositional facies and porosity distribution, Permian (Guadalupian) San Andres and Grayburg Formations, P.J.W.D.M. field complex, Central Basin Platform, West Texas, in Lomando, A. J., and Harris, P. M., eds., Giant oil and gas fields: a core workshop: Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, Core Workshop No. 12, p. 615–648.


Articles


Peer Reviewed


Lucia, F. J., 2007, Reservoir geology, in Holstein, E. D., ed., Volume V(A), Reservoir engineering and petrophysics, in Lake, L. W., ed.-in-chief, Petroleum engineering handbook: Society of Petroleum Engineers, p. V-1–V-24.


Kurtzman, Daniel, Jennings, J. W., Jr., and Lucia, F. J., 2007, Dissolution vugs in fractured carbonates: a complication? Or perhaps a key for simplifying reservoir characterization: Geophysical Research Letters, v. 34, doi:10.1029/2007/GL031229 [6 p.].


Lucia, F. J., 2004, Origin and petrophysics of dolostone pore space, in Braithwaite, C. J. R., Rizzi, G., and Darke, G., eds., The geometry and petrogenesis of dolomite hydrocarbon reservoirs: London, Geological Society, Special Publications, 235, p. 141–155.


Lucia, F. J., Kerans, Charles, and Jennings, J. W., Jr., 2003, Carbonate reservoir characterization: Journal of Petroleum Technology, v. 55, no. 6, p. 70–72.


Jennings, J. W., Jr., and Lucia, F. J., 2003, Predicting permeability from well logs in carbonates with a link to geology for interwell permeability mapping: Society of Petroleum Engineers Reservoir Evaluation & Engineering, v. 6, no. 4, p. 215–225.


Jennings, J. W., Jr., Lucia, F. J., and Ruppel, S. C., 2002, 3D modeling of stratigraphically controlled petrophysical variability in the South Wasson Clear Fork reservoir: Society of Petroleum Engineers, SPE Paper No. 77592, 15 p.


Lucia, F. J., Jennings, J. W., Jr., and Ruppel, S. C., 2001, South Wasson Clear Fork reservoir model: outcrop to subsurface via rock-fabric method: Society of Petroleum Engineers, SPE Paper No. 70063, 10 p.


Jennings, J. W., Jr., and Lucia, F. J., 2001, Predicting permeability from well logs in carbonates with a link to geology for interwell permeability mapping: Society of Petroleum Engineers, SPE Paper No. 71336, 16 p.


Lucia, F. J., Jennings, J. W., Jr., Rahnis, M. A., and Meyer, F. O., 2001, Permeability and rock fabric from wireline logs, Arab-D reservoir, Ghawar field, Saudi Arabia: GeoArabia, v. 6, no. 4, p. 619–646.


Jennings, J. W., Jr., and Lucia, F. J., 2001, Predicting permeability in carbonates for interwell permeability mapping: Journal of Petroleum Technology, v. 53, no. 11, p. 42–43.


Lucia, F. J., 2000, San Andres and Grayburg imbibition reservoirs: Society of Petroleum Engineers, Paper SPE 59691, 7 p.


Prasad, R. K., Lake, L. W., Jennings, J. W., Jr., and Lucia, F. J., 2000, Improving economics of production in heterogeneous reservoirs by redirecting water injection patterns: Society of Petroleum Engineers, SPE Paper No. 59692, 15 p.


Lucia, F. J., 1999, Characterization of petrophysical flow units in carbonate reservoirs: discussion: AAPG Bulletin, v. 83, no. 7, p. 1161–1163.


Wang, F. P., Lucia, F. J., and Kerans, Charles, ed., 1998, Modeling dolomitized carbonate-ramp reservoirs: a case history of the Seminole San Andres unit --Part 1, petrophysical and geologic characterizations: Geophysics, v. 63, no. 6, p. 1866–1875.


Lucia, F. J., and Ruppel, S. C., 1996, Characterization of diagenetically altered carbonate reservoirs, South Cowden Grayburg reservoir, West Texas: Society of Petroleum Engineers, Paper SPE 36650, p. 883–893.


Lucia, F. J., Kerans, Charles, and Wang, F. P., 1995, Fluid-flow characterization of dolomitized carbonate-ramp reservoirs: San Andres Formation (Permian) of Seminole field and Algerita Escarpment, Permian Basin, Texas and New Mexico,
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