David Lancaster

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David Lancaster
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BSc Petroleum Engineering
MSc Petroleum Engineering
BSc university Texas A&M University
MSc university Texas A&M University

Biography

David E. Lancaster holds BS and MS degrees in petroleum engineering from Texas A&M University. He joined S. A. Holditch & Associates in College Station, Texas, in 1980 and is now its vice president and international projects coordinator. His areas of technical specialization include transient well test analysis and formation evaluation, stimulation design and analysis, and well performance predictions, especially in lower permeability gas reservoirs.[1]

Honorable Mention (Geophysics) 1996

Bob A. Hardage, David L. Carr, David E. Lancaster, James L. Simmons Jr., Robert Y. Elphick, Virginia M. Pendleton, and Ronald A. Johns received 1996 Honorable Mention (Geophysics) for their paper 3-D seismic evidence of the effects of carbonate karst collapse on overlying clastic stratigraphy and reservoir compartmentalization.[2]

References

  1. Contributors, GEOPHYSICS 61(5):1564.
  2. Hardage, R. A. et al. (1996) 3-D seismic evidence of the effects of carbonate karst collapse on overlying clastic stratigraphy and reservoir compartmentalization, GEOPHYSICS 61(5):1336.

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