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Jean-Pierre Duneau



Jean-Pierre Duneau - Head of the Field Reservoir R&D Program

Jean-Pierre is a petroleum engineer who graduated in 1991 from the Ecole Centrale of Paris. He joined the Total group in 1993 and successively filled different positions as an expatriate and in central services.

After several experiences in the drilling domain, Jean-Pierre narrowed down his specialty towards the end of the 1990s. From 1997 onwards, Jean-Pierre focused his career on the reservoir domain, supervising the Reservoir departments of Total Stockage Gaz France (2002-2005), Total Exploration & Production Angola’s non-operated assets (2005-2008) and Total Exploration & Production Yemen (2008-2010).

After a stint as Producing Assets Manager, also in Yemen, he was appointed Geosciences Country Coordinator for Nigeria, then seconded as Geosciences Manager to SSOC (South Sulige Operating Company), the Petrochina affiliate in charge of operating the South Sulige gas field. In 2017, he became the Manager of the Field Reservoir R&D program.

Research & Development

Field Reservoir: Lowering Costs for Maximizing Reserves