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Frédéric Cailly

Reservoir

Frédéric Cailly - Exploration Production - Total

Frédéric Cailly, manager of 4D seismic monitoring

Frédéric Cailly holds a degree in geology from the ENSG (French graduate school of geology) and a degree in geophysics from the ENSPM (IFP School), and was hired by the French Petroleum Institute in 2000. He started out in the R&D department working on seismic reservoir characterization, then joined the consulting branch (Beicip-Franlab).

He started his career with Total as a reservoir geophysicist in 2003, and soon left on expat to Nigeria (Port Harcourt then Lagos). After time spent in Great Britain, he was then appointed to TEP Congo as 2G manager for the Miocene developments of the Moho-Bilondo operating permit (Mobim, Bilondo, Moho-Nord).

Since 2014, he has been in charge of the 4D seismic monitoring service in Total.

He has authored and co-authored several publications on seismic reservoir characterization and 4D seismic data interpretation.

Reservoir

In the Forefront of 4D Seismic Monitoring