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ERE Alum Talk : Mark McClure

When:
May 19th @ 12pm PDT
Where:
Via Zoom (Link to be provided upon registration)
More Info:
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Open to the all

Sponsor:
Energy Resources Engineering

Each quarter, ERE's Alumni Outreach Services team facilitates  a discussion on a topic of interest to our alumni and other members of the department. 

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Speaker Bio:

Mark McClure established ResFrac in 2015 to help operators maximize value through the application of advanced geomechanics and reservoir simulation. Before founding ResFrac, Mark was an assistant professor at the University of Texas at Austin in the Department of Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering. After earning a Bachelor of Science in chemical engineering and a Master of Science in petroleum engineering from Stanford University, Mark earned a PhD in energy resources engineering at Stanford. His academic research is on hydraulic fracturing, proppant transport, diagnostic fracture injection tests, induced seismicity simulation and statistics and enhanced geothermal systems.

About the Event:

This event will be a virtual discussion, starting with a 30-45 minute presentation, and followed by a Question and Answer session.  You will be able to ask questions live, but we encourage you to submit questions in advance.  

This is another great opportunity to learn from a leader in the industry and also to catch up with a friend and colleague at Stanford. Please join us for an engaging discussion. 

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