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As of 2009, the Formation Evaluation Society of Australia has an Education Ambassador in its committee. The Ambassador is a senior Formation Evaluation professional who is keen to communicate to young adults and students his enthusiasm for the discipline and the industry, and to share some of his insights and stories.
This year’s Education Ambassador is Hugh Crocker. He can be contacted by writing to email@example.com.Post Views: 2,699
The Formation Evaluation Society of Australia has initiated a number of industry awards to recognize the exceptional work or contribution of some of our peers to the field of Formation Evaluation or to FESAus itself. Inaugural awards were given out during the Awards Ceremony at the 2010 SPWLA Annual Conference, held in Perth.
The “Medal of Honor for Career Service” is awarded to an individual in recognition of their extraordinary and long term service to the FESAus Society and to the promotion of Formation Evaluation.
The “Distinguished Service Award” is awarded to an individual in recognition of their outstanding service to the FESAus Society.
FESAus Medal of Honour for Career Service was awarded to Hugh Crocker in 2010, in recognition of his untiring, enthusiastic support and promostion of Formation Evaluation over the years. This award is also a Honorary Life-time Membership to FESAus.
FESAus Distinguished Service Award was awarded to Martin Storey in 2010, in recognition of his outstanding work in FESAus with regards to the construction and update of the FESAus website, his involvement with the creation and registration of FESAus as a national entity, the SPWLA wiki Glossary project, and generally for his willingness and readiness to help and provide support where ever possible, to whom so ever requires it in matters concerning FESAus.Post Views: 2,975
From 2009, the Formation Evaluation Society of Australia has initiated a “Distinguished Lectures” series to bring landmark lectures to audiences across Australia outside of Perth.
2011 Distinguished Lecturer #1: Dr. Joseph Hamilton
A FESAus roadshow featuring the topic “Clay” (as presented in Perth in 2010) and was presented Dr. Joseph Hamilton in Brisbane, Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide during August 2011.
Joseph is Senior Reservoir Minerologist with Ammtec Ltd with a BSc from London University and a DPhil from Oxford University. From 1975 to 1988 he held research positions as a geochemist at Columbia, Glasglow and Cambridge Universities. From 1988 to 2003 he held various positions as a geochemist at management positions in CSIRO and in the Australian Petroleum CRC. This period was followed by two years of the running the Petroleum Geoscience Unit of the University of the West Indies. Subsequently he returned to Australia and is now Senior Reservoir Minerologist with AMMTEC. During his career he has received four best paper awards from international conferences an has more than 100 published papers.
2011 Distinguished Lecturer #2: Cherie Sims
Cherie presented her SPE paper entitled “Unveiling Invisible Pay” at a series of joint FESAus/PESA lectures in Canberra, Brisbane and Adelaide during April 2011.
Cherie is a Petrophysicist with Shell Development Australia.
For more information, check the Events calendar or email to Lectures@fesaus.orgPost Views: 2,757