Stephen Scott

Stephen Scott

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Stephen M. Scott is an Exploration Geophysicist for Genting Energy in Jakarta, Indonesia focusing on the company’s Kasuri Block PSC in West Papua, Indonesia. He has extensive international experience having worked in over 15 basins in 10 countries/regions on: acreage/basin evaluation and prospect generation within all structural regimes and covering terrestrial to deepwater depositional systems; 2D/3D seismic interpretation and seismic acquisition/processing oversight; broad petroleum system concepts; exploration and appraisal drilling; reserves certification and staff training and development. He has helped achieve a composite 75% success rate on ~55 exploration, appraisal and development wells thus far in his career.

Stephen practiced his profession for more than 20 years with Atlantic Richfield Corp. where he was a principal in the discovery of the 22 tcf Tangguh Gas Fields in Bintuni Bay, West Papua. He holds B.S. and M.S. Degrees in Geophysics from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in the United States and active status professional membership in AAPG and SEG.

Stephen has been active in volunteer service to the petroleum industry and academia having served as Chairman of the Technical Program Committee for the Indonesian Petroleum Association’s 2006 and 2012 annual conventions and exhibitions and as Conference Co-Chairman for the joint HAGI (Indonesian Association of Geophysicists)-SEG Conference in 2009. He has also given approximately 160 three-hour guest lectures on reflection seismology and petroleum systems fundamentals at five Indonesian universities. Most of those lectures have been under the banner of the AAPG Visiting Geoscientist Program.



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