Dr Jeremy Meyer
Jerry has over 10 years experience in petroleum geomechanics. After completing a mathematics and computer science degree he undertook an honours degree in geophysics and then a PhD in geomechanics entitled "the determination and application of in situ stresses in petroleum exploration and production". During his PhD research he completed several consulting/research projects which led to further employment with Adelaide University working on additional consulting projects. Jerry is now a managing director of JRS Petroleum Research and is in charge of software development. He has experience in projects as diverse as wellbore stability, image-log interpretation, fracture stimulation, fault reactivation and CO2 sequestration and has worked in Brunei, Thailand, Indonesia, New Zealand and Australia.