Geophysicist
Feb 27, 2019
Dr. George Stosur
Geophysicist

Dr. George Stosur is a geophysicist who managed the upstream oil and gas R&D program at the U.S. Department of Energy in Washington, D.C. He was responsible for DOE-sponsored research conducted at several universities, National Laboratories, the National Petroleum Technology Office, several joint research projects with other countries and a program with the International Energy Agency.

His private sector experiences include Chevron and Shell Oil Companies. There, he focused on petrophysics, R&D of EOR processes, heavy oil production problems and gas production from ultra-low permeability formations. He authored 86 papers and two textbook chapters on oil recovery and served three times as Distinguished Lecturer to international engineering society conferences. He holds two M.S. degrees and a Ph.D. in petroleum engineering. A native of Poland, he holds two MS degrees and a PhD. Now retired from government service, Dr. Stosur has delivered nearly 300 lectures around the world on a wide range of scientific topics.