Lorena Moscardelli (presenter), Equinor Houston
Lorena Moscardelli discusses mass-transport complexes and associated processes in the offshore area of Trinidad and Venezuela after 14 years of publishing, and evaluate what’s new and relevant for the New Boom in the region. This presentation was part of the Southeast Caribbean Basins Virtual Research Symposium held on September 2020.
Lorena Moscardelli, Equinor
Lorena is a Geological Engineer from the Universidad Central de Venezuela (2000) and earned a PhD in Geological Sciences from the University of Texas at Austin (2007).
In her 10 years of experience she has worked at PDVSA (2000-2003) and BEG (2003-2013). Currently, she is Principal Researcher Exploration at Equinor in The Matrix (Austin, TX and Bergen, Norway), where is responsible for field development activities in the Norwegian Continental Shelf.
Lorena is a member of AAPG, SEPM, AGU and GSA.