Gianni Mallarino

Gianni Mallarino

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Gianni Mallarino has 15 years of experience in both oil and gas industry, and academia. He received his doctorate in 2003 from University of Naples, Italy, focusing on drowned Jurassic carbonate platforms from Sicily.

Mallarino studied post-doctorate at Rice University in Houston (USA), 2003-05. There he worked on Late Quaternary turbidite sediments in the siliciclastic and mixed carbonate-siliciclastic systems of Gulf of Mexico and Gulf of Papua, respectively. After that, he worked as a reservoir characterization geologist at Panterra Geoconsultants in The Netherlands. During that time, he had the opportunity to work on a large variety of carbonate reservoirs from different ages and geographical locations including Middle East, Africa, Europe and Asia.

He joined ConocoPhillips in Houston in 2010 and worked as reservoir geologist on the Eagle Ford shale play, and as exploration geologist in the eastern Gulf of Mexico and onshore Gulf Coast until recently joining the Department of Geology at Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest as researcher.

Currently, Mallarino is focused on geological reservoir characterization of Miocene and Triassic mudstones from Hungary. Also, he teaches coursework in diagenesis, carbonate sedimentology and reservoir characterization to international students in the framework of the Stipendium Hungaricum program.



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