Ken Peters is Science Advisor for Schlumberger where he uses geochemistry and numerical modeling to study petroleum systems. He has >35 years of experience with Chevron, Mobil, ExxonMobil, USGS, UC Berkeley, Stanford University, and Schlumberger. Ken is principal author of The Biomarker Guide (2005, Cambridge U. Press), Honorary Teaching Fellow at the University of Aberdeen, a NeXT instructor, a Fellow in the Geochemical Society, and Consulting Professor at Stanford University where he co-leads the Basin and Petroleum System Modeling Industrial Affiliates Program [bpsm.stanford.edu]. He was Chair of the AAPG Research Committee (2007-2010), AAPG Distinguished Lecturer (2009-2010), editor for the 2009 AAPG compact disk Getting Started in Basin and Petroleum System Modeling and the 2012 AAPG Hedberg Series 4 Basin Modeling: New Horizons in Research and Applications. He is Associate Editor for AAPG Bulletin and Organic Geochemistry. He received the Alfred Treibs Medal (2009) presented on behalf of the Geochemical Society for major impact on the field of organic geochemistry through long-standing contributions and the AAPG Honorary Member Award for service and devotion to the science and profession of petroleum geology. He twice received the Schlumberger Henri Doll Prize for Innovation (2009, 2013). Ken has a Ph.D. in geochemistry from UCLA.
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