oil geologist

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a specialist in petroleum geology

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The original office opened in 1966 as the Alaska Division of the Western Oil and Gas Association (WOGA), headed by Bill Bishop, the Richfield oil geologist who is often credited with the 1957 Swanson River discovery.
From the CEO down to an oil geologist in the field, automakers have fleets of vehicles ready to sell, especially to the nearly autonomous state-run oil companies.
And in 1943 the Standard Oil geologist Wallace Pratt calculated that the world would ultimately produce 600 billion barrels of oil.
In 1956, when American oil production was riding high, a leading oil geologist named Dr.
Shultz (an ex-Marine who also chaired the Bechtel Corporation) and by oil geologist and former Shell Chairman Sir Mark Moody-Stuart.