華人石油協會宣布活躍會員及前會長Alfred Liaw 當選地球物理學者探測協會2010至2011副會長
Dr. Alfred Liaw has been elected as the 2010-2011 Vice-President of SEG
With great pride and honor, I’m pleased to announce a fantastic news to all CAPA members. Dr. Alfred Liaw, an active CAPA member, our 2003 CAPA President, and 2006 BOD Chairman, has been nominated and elected to be the 2010-2011 Vice-President of SEG (The Society of Exploration Geophysicists). See Alfred’s bio below from the news on the 2010 election nomination at the SEG Website.
On behalf of all CAPA members, our congratulations to Alfred!
2010 CAPA President
Alfred Liaw has been a member of SEG for 33 years. He served as the Chairman of the Global Affairs Committee (GAC) from 2008 to 2009, was on the Annual Meeting Steering Committee in 2008, and the Co-Chairman of its International Showcase. Liaw has been actively engaged in the promotion of the globalization process for more than ten years. He is serving as one of the Board of Directors of the SEG Global Inc. He led a task force to guide the operations of the SEG China office. In 2001, he instigated the SEG PC’s for Student Program which has benefited more than 35 SEG Student Chapters over the world.
Alfred is currently a Distinguished Geophysical Advisor at Anadarko Petroleum Corporation. He is a technology champion for seismic imaging technology, specifically on the application of wide-azimuth seismic techniques and subsalt imaging, pore-pressure prediction, and seal integrity. He has presented numerous technical papers on related subjects at annual meetings, research workshops, and forums. Alfred started his career with ARCO, then worked at Oryx and Kerr-McGee before joining Anadarko. During his 33 years in the oil and gas industry, he has contributed to exploration and development projects in the US onshore, Gulf of Mexico, Alaska, China, West and East Africa, Romania, Australia, and Brazil.
Alfred graduated from the University of California at Berkeley, with a PhD in engineering geoscience. He also holds an MS in geology from Southern Methodist University and a BS in geology from the National Taiwan University.
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