Peter M.

Peter M. Lloyd

Honorary Professor

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Asia Pacific Training Ltd., Falicon, France

Academic Degrees

  • 1978: M.A., Geology, Cambridge University, Cambridge, England
  • 1974: B.A., Geology, Cambridge University, Cambridge, England

Experience

  • 2014-Present: Asia-Pacific Training Limited, Honorary Professor, Falicon, France 
  • 2008-11 HWU, Honorary Professor, Petroleum Engineering Masters Program
  • 2006-14 Shell Open University, Lecturer and Learning Advisor, E&P Consultant
  • 2004-14: NExT Training Consortium (Schlumberger, Texas A&M, OU, HWU),  Instructor, Worldwide Teaching Portfolio
  • 2004 Brunei University, Visiting Professor, Petroleum Geoscience Masters 
  • 2000-04: NExT, Schlumberger, Business Manager, Middle East and Asia Pacific, Kuala Lumpur & Abu Dhabi
  • 1997-2000: Schlumberger, Interpretation and Development Manager, East Asia
  • 1995-97: Schlumberger, Chief Geologist, SE Asia and Australasia, Jakarta
  • 1994-95: Adjunct Professor, University of Texas, Austin, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Software Engineering, Masters Program
  • 1990-95: Schlumberger, Austin Systems Center, Quality Assurance Manager, 
    Austin, Texas 
  • 1998 Brunei University, Visiting Professor, Petroleum Geoscience Masters
  • 1987-90: Schlumberger, Austin Systems Center, Workstation Systems, Senior Engineer, Austin, Texas 
  • 1984-87: Schlumberger, Formation Imager, Worldwide Field Test Coordinator, Clamart, France
  • 1982-84: Schlumberger, Marketing and Interpretation Manager, North Continental Europe, The Hague, Netherlands
  • 1981-82: Schlumberger, Chief Geologist, Latin America and Europe
  • 1978-81: Deminex, Lead Geologist, Latin America Exploration and Production
  • 1976-78: British Petroleum, Senior Exploration Geologist, The Netherlands
  • 1974-76: British Petroleum, Exploration Geologist, UK Offshore, Aberdeen

AAPG Activities

AAPG Honors & Awards

  • AAPG Certificate of Merit, Regions Chair, 2010
  • AAPG DEG Certificate of Merit, 2010 
  • AAPG Honorary Member, 2008
  • AAPG Certificate of Recognition, 2003
  • AAPG Certificate of Merit, 2002
  • AAPG Distinguished Service Award, International Commendation, 2000 


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The Vice President, Regions, when elected earlier than the Vice President, Sections, shall perform the duties of the President in the absence or inability of the President to serve. The Vice President, Regions, when elected earlier than the Vice President, Sections, shall assume the office of President in case of a vacancy for any cause in that office; and shall perform such duties as may be assigned by the President. The Vice President, Regions shall, with his or her other duties, concern himself or herself with the activities of the Association in respect to International Regions. A Vice President, Regions elected pursuant to the provisions of Section 12 of this Article II shall be presumed for the purposes of this Section 4 to have been elected on the date of his or her predecessor’s election.

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