Tom Bratton

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Honorable Mention (Geophysics) 2007

Romain Prioul, Adam Donald, Randy Koepsell, Zakariae El Marzouski, and Tom Bratton received 2007 Honorable Mention (Geophysics) for their paper Forward modeling of fracture-induced sonic anisotropy using a combination of borehole image and sonic logs.[1]

Biography 2007[2]

Tom Bratton received an M.S. in atomic physics from Kansas State University, Manhattan. In 1977, he joined Schlumberger in Grand Junction, Colorado, as a field engineer. He has held staff, management, and interpretation positions with wireline, drilling and measurements, well services, and data and con- sulting services, specializing in petrophysics, acoustic analy- sis, and geomechanics. He is a scientific adviser for Schlum- berger in Denver, Colorado, and is developing solutions for geomechanical-related drilling and completion problems. He is a member of SPE, SPWLA, and ARMA


References

  1. Prioul, R., et al. (2007), Forward modeling of fracture-induced sonic anisotropy using a combination of borehole image and sonic logs,, Geophysics VOL.72,NO.4 P.E135–E147.
  2. Contributors, Geophysics Vol. 75, No. 4, pp. Z91-Z98.