Ed has completed pore pressure projects in areas where seismic velocity data are the only available data to large regional studies that include more than 600 wells. Ed’s career with Ikon Science started in 2008 initially based in the Teddington office working on rock physics projects. He transferred to the geopressure team in 2009.
Prior to joining Ikon, Ed was employed by Petris, where he supported the petrophysical software Recall, helping clients to resolve problems and assist with their understanding of the software.
Ed graduated from Southampton University UK with an MGeol (Master of Geology). His final year dissertation involved studying whether climatic indicators (i.e. quartz/feldspar ratio) can be used to correlate Permian sandstone sequences in the North Sea. He also spent part of the final year of his degree on and around on-shore oil rigs in the Western Canadian sedimentary basin.