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Anton Kozlov

Anton Kozlov

Anton Kozlov
Petrophysicist
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Anton Kozlov joined DeGolyer and MacNaughton’s Moscow office in 2020 as a petrophysicist specializing in reservoir studies based on log, core, well-test, and geologic data. Prior to joining D&M, he was a senior petrophysicist for Equinor.

Kozlov graduated from Novosibirsk State University with a bachelor’s degree in petroleum geology in 2011. He graduated with distinction from Heriot-Watt University with a master’s degree in reservoir evaluation and management in 2012. He has co-authored several SPE papers.

Geographical Experience

  • Brazil
  • Norway
  • Russia
  • Uzbekistan

Topical Areas of Expertise

  • Petrophysical interpretation of clastic and carbonate reservoirs
  • Russian logging tools
  • Advanced wireline logging tools
  • LWD tools
  • Log quality control
  • Formation evaluation
  • Integration of core, well-log, mud-log, well-test, production, and geological data
  • Routine and special core analysis

Major Projects

Kozlov has many years of experience in advanced petrophysical data planning, acquisition, interpretation, and integration as an operations petrophysicist. He has worked with nuclear magnetic resonance tools, elemental spectroscopy, acoustic and resistivity imaging, dielectric, three-dimensional resistivity, probe and dual-packer formation tester data, field development projects for complex fresh water reservoirs, thin-bedded reservoirs, low-resistivity pays in West Siberia (Vankor cluster, Krasnoleninskoye, Achimovskoye, and other fields), as well as exploration activities in a complex mineralogy of vuggy and fractured Cambrian-Precambrian carbonates with salt-plugging in East Siberia.

Kozlov has experience using deterministic and probabilistic (multi-mineral model) approaches, and petrophysical uncertainty analysis methods such as Monte-Carlo. He specializes in working with multi-disciplinary project teams to provide petrophysical evaluations integrated with geological and engineering results.