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Bryant W. Bradley

Bryant W. Bradley

Bryant W. Bradley
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Bryant W. Bradley joined DeGolyer and MacNaughton in 2018. Since arriving at D&M, he has focused primarily on the geological aspects of oil and gas field and reservoir studies. Prior to joining DeGolyer and MacNaughton, Bradley worked in various roles at Chevron, including as an asset development geologist for legacy carbonate fields in the Permian Basin, a deepwater exploration geologist for the Gulf of Mexico, and as an applied reservoir management geologist for producing brownfield assets in the San Joaquin Valley of California.

Bradley received a bachelor’s degree in geology in 2011 from Washington and Lee University, and a master’s degree in geology in 2013 from the University of Oklahoma, where he was a ConocoPhillips SPIRIT Scholar. Bradley is a member of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Dallas Geological Society, and Houston Geological Society.

Geographical Experience

  • Gulf of Mexico
  • Libya
  • North Sea
  • United States (Onshore)

 Topical Areas of Expertise

  • Subsurface mapping
  • Sequence stratigraphy
  • Seismic interpretation
  • Velocity modeling
  • Reservoir characterization
  • Reservoir modeling
  • Risk analysis
  • Prospective resources evaluations

Major Projects

Bradley has experience calculating reservoir volumes, using computer technology to develop and utilize geologic models and manage data. He has evaluated reservoirs in all types of depositional environments and basins. He is also proficient at traditional geologic practices, including reservoir description, log correlation, and cross section construction, and other various mapping methods.

As a geologist at Chevron, Bradley integrated various types of geologic, geophysical, engineering, petrophysical, and production data into full-field reservoir models. His skills included subsurface mapping, seismic interpretation and PSDM velocity modeling, core description, reservoir modeling, and prospect identification and maturation.