Peter J. Hatgelakas - serving the oil and gas industry for 30 years with APPALACHIAN BASIN expertise
SKILL SETS: mapping <all kinds>, seismic interpretations, seismic q/c, bird-dogging crews, computer graphical data processing, balanced cross-sections, log analysis, mud logging, well-site geology and well-site engineering, reservoir analysis, reserve analysis, decline analysis, economic analysis, basin analysis and studies, core analysis, review of production and well histories - workover recommendations, contractor bidding - scheduling - supervision
TECHNICAL SUPERVISOR & LEADER: If your geologic staff needs inspiration, direction, training and technical resource - I'm your man.
Mr. Hatgelakas was educated in the sciences at MIT, Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), Boston College and University of Pittsburgh. At MIT he conducted introductory research on iron coordation as it applies to structures within certain silicate minerologies, with Dr. R. Burns. Mr. Hatgelakas attended WPI where he worked with Dr. L.B. Sand on zeolites and iron silicates research. During the four years of undergraduate studies he worked on phase mineralogy and synthesis of iron clays and certain iron pyroxeniod minerals. Mr. Hatgelakas ran the x-ray lab and became versed in all aspects of diffraction techniques. He was a teaching fellow at Boston College and studied under Prof. E.G. Bombolakis in structural geology and rock mechanics. Afterwards he left to work at SSC where he was trained in all aspects of reflection and refraction exploration seismology. After several years in industry he went back to school at U. of Pittsburgh studying under Dr. A. Reznik <and an assortment of Gulf Research adjunct professors> and attained a Masters in Petroleum Engineering.
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