Eric Carlson

Reservoir Engineer

Eric Carlson has 35 years of experience as a reservoir engineer with high proficiency in reservoir characterization, well test analysis, fluid properties, project economics, and reservoir simulation application/development. He has performed single well, full field, and basin characterizations with decline curve, volumetric, material balance, analytic, and simulation methods for dry gas, wet-gas, condensate, volatile-oil, black-oil reservoirs in carbonate (primarily Smackover), deltaic sand (most notably Citronelle Oil Field), and marine sand formations. Eric Carlson is also an expert in high performance computations.

  • Braided Logix, Inc, Consulting Petroleum Engineer, Birmingham, Alabama, June 1990 – 2015
  • The University of Alabama Department of Chemical Engineering, Associate Professor of Chemical
  • Engineering, , Tuscaloosa, Alabama, 1996 – 2015
  • Part-Time Faculty Research Associate National Energy Technology Laboratory, Morgantown, WV and Pittsburgh, PA, 2001 – 2004
  • The University of Alabama Department of Mineral Engineering Assistant Professor of Petroleum Engineering, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, 1990 – 1996
  • Oak Ridge Associated Universities, Part-Time Faculty Research Associate, U.S. Department of Energy’s Morgantown EnergyTechnology Center, Morgantown, West Virginia, 1991- 1993
  • Oak Ridge Associated Universities, Fossil Energy Research Intern, U.S. Department of Energy’s Morgantown EnergyTechnology Center, Morgantown, West Virginia; 1988 – 1990
Education:

Ph.D. Petroleum Engineering, University of Wyoming, 1986
M.S. Petroleum Engineering, University of Wyoming, 1984
B.S. Petroleum Engineering, University of Wyoming, 1981