Chief Reservoir Geologist
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Ole Herman has more than 25 years experience working as an exploration and reservoir geoscientist for major oil companies both in Norway and internationally. He has contributed to several oil discoveries and major field developments as an expert on computer applications and reservoir modelling. He graduated as a geoscientist from the University of Trondheim (NTH) in 1981.
He is presenting a stone from the Jotunheimen mountains. The stone is an old gneiss that was once cut by two fractures that were filled with quartz. Much later, glaciers and rivers worked on the stone, giving it a smooth shape where the two fractures now appear as concentric circles. The stone is a beautiful symbol of the multi-dimensional nature of geology.