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John Howell

John Howell is a Professor in Petroleum Geology at the University of Aberdeen, specialising in the use of analogue data in reservoir studies. He completed his PhD in 1992 and since then has been at the interface between academia and industry. He spent 10 years in the University of Liverpool and 10 years at the University of Bergen.
He was a founder of Rocksource ASA, a small independent Norwegian E&P company, where he served on the senior management team as Production Manager and laterally Chief Geologist.

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Reservoir analogues in the 21st Century: laser scanners, UAVs and virtual outcrops
Transforming Sub-Surface Interpretation
Tuesday, March 17, 2015

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