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Dr. Richard A. Schultz has been appointed Senior Research Scientist with the Center for Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin. Working with Jon Olson in Petroleum & Geosystems Engineering (PGE), Rich will conduct integrated structural geology and geomechanics research, work with students in PGE and JSG, and strengthen cross-disciplinary geomechanics collaboration across the Structural Diagenesis Initiative.
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Prior to working at ConocoPhillips Dr. Schultz served on the faculty of the University of Nevada, Reno (UNR), culminating as Foundation Professor of Geological Engineering and Geomechanics, Emeritus. He taught a wide range of undergraduate and graduate courses in structural geology, geological engineering, fracture mechanics, geomechanics, physical and environmental geology, and planetary science. His grant-funded Geomechanics-Rock Fracture Group produced 5 Ph.D. and 13 M.S. students, 2 postdoctoral scholars, and an international reputation for innovative research and excellent presentations. Schultz has served on the Editorial Board of Lithosphere, Journal of Structural Geology, and Journal of Geophysical Research.
Interpretation of petroleum geomechanics and fracture data is increasingly central in many exploration and development situations. This issue will investigate petroleum geomechanics interpretations, encompassing examples from structural geology, rock mechanics, petroleum engineering, and geophysics to address a wide range of geomechanical problems that arise during the exploitation of oil and gas reservoirs. Topics to be covered include the exploration, assessment and production phases of petroleum reservoir development.
The northern North Sea rift is considered to have formed above a heterogeneous substrate with, in places, structures inherited from previous Proterozoic and Paleozoic contractional and extensional events (e.g., Bartholomew et al., 1993; Færseth et al., 1995; Roberts et al., 1995; Færseth, 1996; Doré et al., 1997; Fossen et al., 2016; Fazlikhani et al., 2017). These structures include strongly deformed Precambrian basement, allochthonous rocks, and large-scale Devonian extensional shear zones and faults that are exposed onshore west Norway, immediately east of the rift (e.g., Andersen and Jamtveit, 1990; Fossen, 1992; Andersen and Andresen, 1994; Milnes et al., 1997; Eide et al., 1997, 1999; Krabbendam and Dewey, 1998; Fossen, 2000; Osmundsen and Andersen, 2001; Johnston et al., 2007). Despite intensive study of the formation and collapse of the Caledonides onshore west Norway, in addition to northern Scotland, Orcadia and West Orkney Basin, and the Greenland Caledonides (e.g., Brewer and Smythe, 1984; McGeary and Warner, 1985; Cheadle et al., 1987; Coward et al., 1989; Snyder, 1990; Bird et al., 2015; Norton et al., 1987; Coward, 1990; Wilson et al., 2010; Andresen et al., 2007; Gilotti and McClelland, 2008), the onshore geology can be projected offshore for only a short distance, meaning the structural architecture and composition of the crystalline offshore basement remain poorly understood.
Figure 10 shows a 1:1 scale, E-W cross section illustrating the geometric relationships among the WGR, NSDZ, and Caledonian allochthons on the Måløy Slope as interpreted from seismic data, in comparison to the onshore geology near the Devonian Hornelen Basin. The onshore part of the cross section was derived from literature and geological maps (based on Norton, 1986, 1987; Bryhni and Lutro, 2000a, 2000b; Lutro and Bryhni, 2000; Fossen et al., 2016), although the exact structural configuration below the Hornelen detachment is uncertain (indicated by question marks in Fig. 10). The Hornelen detachment defines the contact between the Hornelen Basin and the underlying mylonitic NSDZ (Fossen et al., 2016). Both the lower part of the allochthons and the upper part of the WGR are incorporated in the NSDZ (Fig. 10). Pink color gradients illustrate the upward and downward decreases in strain in the allochthons and WGR away from the core of the NSDZ, respectively. Geological maps (e.g., Fig. 1A) and published onshore profiles (e.g., Fig. 1B) indicate the presence of the Lower and Middle Allochthons within the NSDZ south, east, and below the Hornelen Basin. The exact thickness of the allochthonous units onshore remains unknown (maximum 5 km; Osmundsen and Andersen, 2001).
Dr. Haakon Fossen is Professor of Geology at the University of Bergen, Norway, where he focuses on structural geology and tectonics. In additional to his undergraduate and graduate (can.scient.) degrees from Bergen, he holds a PhD in structural geology from the University of Minnesota, USA.
This Special Issue aims to integrate data and models from different disciplines. such as structural geology, numerical and physical modeling, isotope geochemistry, geophysics, tectonics, geochronology, petrology, and basin analysis, to better understand the processes and mechanisms governing the tectonic evolution of orogenic belts. Works that integrate different methods are particularly welcome.
Torabi is a professor in structural geology at the University of Oslo since September 2019. She has earlier been a principal researcher at NORCE, Norwegian Research Centre. She was principal researcher (2015-2018) and geoscience research leader (2016-2018) as well as senior researcher (2008-2015) at Uni Research CIPR (Centre for Integrated Petroleum Research). She holds a Ph.D. in geosciences from the University of Bergen, Norway (2008). She has successfully led several scientific projects and supervised many PhD, Post-Doc and Master students.
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