Mrs. Deborah Sacrey was part of the live Energy in Data 2022 Event in Austin, Texas
Energy in Data 2022 was an immersive three-in-one event for experiencing the impact of Big and Unstructured Data on the energy industry including CCUS, gas energy storage, geothermal, wind, solar, and oil and gas. Themes and topics will be focused on the integration of geoscience, data science and engineering, and endorsed by the three principal professional societies in the field (AAPG, SEG, and SPE).
Ms. Sacrey presented applications of AI/ML in the Paradise AI workbench in two sessions at the Energy in Data 2022 conference:
- Automatic Image Classification panel on 21 Feburary 2022 at 14:00 US CDT (UTC-6). The panel reviewed different applications and methods of automatic image classification in oil and gas. Ms. Sacreyy’s talk featured ML-based fault detection using synthetic fault models.
- Machine Learning Analytic Applications to an Exploration Well in Northwestern Colombia on 23 February 2022 at 11:15 US CDT (UTC-6). This talk presented an integrated machine learning study on reservoir characterization, including stratigraphic analysis and fault detection, using a combination of machine learning methods.
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About Deborah Sacrey
Deborah Sacrey is a geologist/geophysicist with 45 years of oil and gas exploration experience in the Texas, Louisiana Gulf Coast, and Mid-Continent areas of the US. She specializes in 2D and 3D interpretation for clients in the US and internationally. She started Auburn Energy in 1990 and built her first geophysical workstation using the Kingdom software in 1996. Deborah then worked closely with SMT (now part of IHS) for 18 years developing and testing Kingdom. Deborah has become an expert in the use of Paradise® software and has over five discoveries for clients using the technology.