This talk describes, in narrative form, the parallelism that existed between my professional career, as a Geophysicist, and some of the important developments that occurred in the Venezuelan oil industry during those times.
Emphasis is placed on the importance of making certain decisions, which had an important and positive influence on the final result of that journey. It is focused on motivating young people, students and professionals, within our profession, so that they too are encouraged to make the decisions they deem appropriate, which, with any luck, will lead them towards success in their career, and towards the most importantly, happiness at work.
José (Pepe) Regueiro
José (Pepe) Regueiro has over 35 years of experience in the application of seismic technologies to solve problems of exploration and characterization of hydrocarbon reservoirs. Principal researcher at PDVSA-INTEVEP between 1984 and 1991, specifically in seismic reservoir characterization. Professor of Seismic Methods at Simón Bolívar University, Venezuela, from 1990 to 2006, currently retired. Technical advisor to oil companies such as PDVSA (Venezuela), ENAP (Chile), Pacific-Stratus (Colombia), PETROPARS (Iran), PEMEX (Mexico). Instructor of professional courses for the oil industry (PDVSA, PEMEX, PetroEcuador, ENAP, Petrobras). More than 45 PIAs (PDVSA-CIED Integrated Training Projects). Creator and supervisor of the Schools for Seismic Interpreters (PDVSA-CIED) (1996-2002 and 2016). Current president of Geociencias Virtuales C.A.