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LAURA BéAGUE

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Geologist (from April 2015 to February 2019)
I am currenty responsible for the geological management of 5 open pits of primary kaolin deposit in Cornwall, UK. Over the past 4 years, my missions included short to long term objectives, in mine exploration, production, resource and projects: - Planned 3 drilling campaigns (4km) and managed the logging, sampling and QA/QC programs. - Undertook cost-benefit study of in-house vs. contract drilling. Results used to justify the purchase of in-house drill rig for 2019. - Manage all aspects of the resource modelling process. -Managed project to implement newer, more advanced methods of resource modelling and estimation. -Carried out pit optimisation, design and scheduling for Higher Moor pit to assist mine planning team.
Project Geologist (from September 2013 to April 2015)
I worked on different project as per needed by the different mining sites. It was an in-house technical consulting support to Imerys’ global operations: - EDA, resource modelling, basic mine design and scheduling. - Geomodelling for Talc (France) and Kaolin (Thailand) using Leapfrog - Geomodelling and Resource estimation process mapping for Andalusite (France) - Short term scheduling and production geology for kaolin (Brazil). I also assisted with various site Reserves & Resources (R&R) audits, which allowed my to understand better the reporting codes and regulations And finally, I managed and updated Imerys’ consolidated R&R reporting database.
Junior Exploration Geologist (from January 2013 to July 2013)
I helped the local geology team to log and sample 2km of drill core in Imerys’ primary kaolin deposits in Cornwall, UK, then carried out full resource modelling exercise for an open pit inclusive of EDA, 3D modelling, variography, block modelling for use in mine planning. I also managed a global density study on the whole operation, done by the water displacement method.
Junior Exploration Geologist (from July 2011 to November 2011)
I undertook brownfield ball clay exploration project (800km2) in south-east France, identifying 26 targets. I then planned, implemented, logged and sampled a campaign of auger drilling on the majority of these targets and realised the laboratory studies on the samples (MBI, PSD and CaCO3 content).

Education

Mining Geology (from September 2008 to July 2013)
2 years of basic geological knowledge: petrography, sedimentology, geochemistry, mineralogy, 4 months field work... coupled with normal sciences such as maths, physics and chemistry 1 year of applied geology: geotechnics, hydrogeology, petroleum (oil & gas), mining and exploration, followed by a 4 months exploration project 1 year of specilisation in the extractive industries: petroleum (oil & gas), mining and exploration, including a semester abroad in Canada (Mining Geology) 1 year of specialisation in the mining industry: exploration, deposit formation, advanced geochemistry, mineralisations, reosurce modelling, followed by a 6 month resource estimation project
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Geophysicist (from June 2015 to July 2018)
Worked in 3 different onshore basins in the US as an exploration and development geophysicist. North Louisiana Salt Basin: Functioned as lead geophysicist in a multi-disciplinary team that evaluated Lower Smackover commerciality. Utilized seismic attributes, seismic structural and stratigraphic interpretation, 3D reservoir modeling / visualization, velocity analysis / modeling, and quantitative interpretation. - Analyzed numerous economic permutations and risk-reward scenarios in a fractured reservoir, establishing ranges of economic outcomes under mutable geologic properties, volumetrics, and production rates. Resultant economic models with built in sensitivities illustrated the refined project value to management. - Created high-fidelity synthetics, eclipsing the accuracy of previous geophysicists by integrating geophysical, geologic, and petrophysical data. Depth conversions with new synthetics predicted formations within 10’. - Invoked Backus averaging on generated synthetics to achieve sub-seismic resolution, validating the methodology and its ability to predict formation depths amidst complex geology. - Conducted fluid substitution modeling for the conventional Smackover and investigated how altering fluid types / saturations impact reflectivity and impedance; highlighted areas with dual-reservoir potential. - Led the development program by selecting suitable drilling locations then economically ranked prospects. Prioritized drilling locations, guiding field development assuming 1 - 2 rig budget scenarios. - Developed detailed timelines with cost analysis for bolt-on 3D acquisitions, contracted archaeologic / biologic pre-requisite studies to accelerate lead times in areas associated with the highest potential value. - Marketed asset for divestiture, receiving overwhelming interest due to the technical understanding achieved and the business acumen / professionalism exhibited when presenting to bidders. - Worked multiple basins concurrently as sole geophysicist, maintaining a full development role in Fayetteville Shale drilling operations while simultaneously analyzing the Upper & Lower Smackover. Arkoma Basin: Evaluated conventional, shallow sand prospects and unconventional / resource plays (Fayetteville, Moorefield, and Chattanooga) to generate economic hierarchies of remaining inventory. Provided operational support for infill Fayetteville wells and Moorefield delineation. Geophysicist working with bank and clients, and held data rooms for the Fayetteville divestiture - Interpreted basement / deep strata, better delineating fairways by altering preconceived notions about depositional history and source / sediment provenance of the Moorefield. - Identified a suitable salt water disposal site, exceeding all regulatory standards while setting a record for highest project PVI. Increased Moorefield economics with a disposal option proximal to future activity. - Generated structural attribute volumes depicting karst collapse in the Arbuckle. Technical analysis bolstered management’s confidence in disposal capacity. Calculated storage after drilling: 2X predicted volume. - Evaluated conventional reservoirs, risking components required to create and maintain petroleum systems. - Maximized in-zone percentage for the Fayetteville and Moorefield plays by maintaining up-to-date structure maps as deviation surveys were received from operations geologists. - Interpreted regional structure of deep formations and basement, adding detailed fault interpretation to elucidate the structural evolution and constrain source mechanisms / sediment provenance. Appalachian Basin: Served on multi-disciplinary team developing the Marcellus. Guided multi-rig development with structural interpretation and seismic attribute analysis. Investigated the relationship between salt pillows and production. - Mapped the Salina salt in areas with pronounced mobilization, de-risked development strategies by producing isochore maps to explain anomalous production trends. - Created regional structure maps influenced by the deposition and dislocation of salt through extensive interpretation and mistie analysis of legacy 2D seismic data to existing 3D surveys. - Leveraged structural attributes to map regional stress orientation, optimizing directional drilling in dynamic geomechanical conditions, and increasing completed reservoir volumes and hydrocarbon recovery.
Research Assistant (from August 2013 to May 2015)
Specialized in pre-conditioning and processing of legacy 2D marine data, from raw gathers to time migrated stacks. - Processed images that reveal subtle impedance contrasts in upwelling currents, demonstrating measurable reflectivity from temperature / salinity variations in the water column were embedded in seismograms.
Geophysicist Intern (from May 2014 to August 2014)
Interpreted 3D seismic data to regionally map a thin shale, serving as a proxy for the KOP in Fayetteville laterals; used pilot holes to create synthetics and incorporated deviation surveys for T-D conversions.
Research Assistant (from June 2012 to May 2013)
Installed high-precision GPS stations, acquiring geodetic data along the western margin of Argentina. Contracted native labor; orchestrated day-to-day activity in Spanish. Oversaw finances for labor and supplies. Transmitted acquired data to Memphis on a rolling basis to meet project deadlines.
Field Researcher (from May 2011 to July 2011)
Collected seismic reflection/refraction, gravity, MT, EM, magnetic and GPR data to study the Rio Grande Rift.

Education

M.S. Geophysics (from August 2013 to May 2015)
Seismic data processing and interpretation.
B.S. Geology & Physics (from August 2008 to May 2012)
Full geology and physics curriculum for undergraduates.

Other

Took the following short courses while working at Southwestern Energy. All courses were 4-5 days, with the exception of Reservoir Geomechanics and Machine learning, which were 14-weeks. -Economic Valuation and Assessment, Invest Valuation Corp -Machine Learning, Stanford Online, Dr. Andrew Ng -Carbonates Applied to Exploration and Exploitation -Sequence Stratigraphy, Roger Slatt -Unconventional Resource Assessment and Evaluation, Rose & Associates -Evaluating Shale Reservoirs, Rose & Associates -Reservoir Geomechanics, Dr. Mark Zoback -Basic Reservoir Engineering, Petroskills -Applied Subsurface Geological Mapping, SCA -Interpretation of 3-Dimensional Seismic Data, Alistar Brown -Intro to Petrophysics, In-house
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Fellowship holder (from February 2017 to December 2018)
Assessment of hazard scenarios in slope affected by gravitational phenomena Department of Earth Sciences University of Florence
geologist (from June 2018 to July 2018)
Design of countermeasures for the protection of the landslide affecting A5 motorway at Chiappetti point (Quincinetto Municipality) – Project proposal for the risk management. SAV Val d’Aosta Motorway Company Ltd pty – Department of Earth Sciences University of Florence
geologist (from February 2017 to July 2017)
Study, risk assessment and mapping of sinkholes phenomena on “Il Piano” area within the territory of the Municipalities of Rio nell’Elba and Rio Marina
Fellowship holder (from February 2016 to January 2017)
Methods for monitoring and description of landslides at slope and basin scale Department of Earth Sciences University of Florence
geologist (from December 2015 to June 2016)
Assessment of sink-holes hazard within the ultimate planning of tha artificial tunnels named “Fonteblanda” and “Ansedonia” along the lot nr 5B of the new Motorway A12 Genova – Roma Spea Engineering Ltd pty - Department of Earth Sciences University of Florence
stagist (from July 2013 to July 2013)
Stage on drilling site for heat pumps installation Ecogeo Co Ltd
trainee student (academic traineeship) (from April 2012 to October 2012)
Curricular University trainer (tutor Prof. E. Pandeli) Geological mapping within "Bagnolo" geothermal permit for high-medium enthalpy fluids research (Mt. Amiata geothermal field) Coordination of the field work and elaboration the interpretative geological map

Education

PhD Geological Sciences (Engineering Geology) - University of Florence (from November 2015 to October 2018)
PhD project thesis title: “3D rock slope modelling for rock fall risk assessment” Advisor: Prof. Giovanni Gigli
Masters degree in Geological Sciences - engineering geology (from October 2011 to February 2014)
Curriculum Geotechnologies applied to the environment and to the resources Degree thesis title: “Study of the landslide affecting Santa Maria Maddalena build-up area in the Municipality of San Benedetto in Val di Sambro (Bologna Province, Italy)” Advisor: Prof. Nicola Casagli
Short Course on perforation, completion and testing of geothermal wells (from June 2013 to June 2013)
2 days course on Drilling, completion and testing of geothermal wells
Bachelors Degree in Geological Sciences (from October 2007 to April 2011)
Curriculum Geological Risks and Environmental Management Degree thesis title: “The contact between San Lorenzo schist and Asciano breccia in Guappero Valley (Monti Pisani)” Advisor: Prof. Enrico Pandeli
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Assitant President/Excutive dupty manager of Lingbao gold mining sector (from April 2018
Top 5 senior management in sizable Hongkong listed mining company

Education

Honours degree of Ore Geology (from February 2013 to October 2013)
Ore geology

Other

Member of AussIMM
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Blast Technician (from March 2017
• All aspects of open cut shot firing, utilising Orica software and products, providing active cover for ROG contracts. This involves working with quarry personnel ensuring all production targets are met in a safe and efficient manner, as well as working the mine plan in adherence with the client. Mine planning is jointly worked to enable correct phase development. This includes everyday blast design for all aspects of blasting methods. • Extensive experience in using Ikon system and successfully demonstrated products to customers. This includes extensive use of ShotPlus for initiation designs as well as demonstrating other key features for customer use • Successfully completed fragmentation baseline study and vibration analysis, providing customer with revised limits for initiation design. • Continual customer support and involved in providing technical support for new tenders
Project Coordinator (from September 2016 to March 2017)
After completing the grad scheme, appointed Project Co-ordinator for the London Home Counties division. This role involves; • Managing all aspects of a new sand and gravel processing plant at the flagship quarry in West London • Supervising and managing contractors, ensuring they are working safely and in compliance with rules and regulations • Managing project spend and schedule • Working as assistant quarry manager, ensuring production was maintained during new build of plant as well as managing operations team • Trouble shooting any issues that arise. Ran the dry and wet commissioning stages • Project was a success, delivered on time and on budget. Was earmarked to be relocated to a greenfield site in North London, managing a sister sand and gravel plant as well as managing other projects for the division before opportunity with Orica. • Also involved in other projects for the business, including working alongside Caterpillar to revise fleet management across the whole aggregates business. This was to review HME utilisation % and efficiency, as well as tracking maintenance plans and working hours to ensure optimal use
Apprentice (from July 2012 to March 2013)
Worked as an apprentice at a new gold and silver mine site in Mexico before commencing studies at Camborne School of Mines. During my time there; • Surveyed and mapped the entire greenfield site, running and training a small team of locals in the process. • Assisted in supervising construction sites, as well as working alongside contractors and consultants on behalf of the construction and project manager. • Procured equipment for construction of the mine • Learnt basic use of Surpac • Worked alongside the geological team and associated drill rigs.
Trainee (from October 2011 to May 2012)
Primarily worked as a junior buyer at the MineFinders site in Chihuahua but moved into trainee Engineer role. Was part of a large successful gold and silver mine in full production. • Sourced specialist equipment worldwide • Worked alongside the engineering department for costings throughout the business • Worked with the production manager and mine supervisor in drill and blast methods, workshop maintenance and geological assessments

Education

Safe and Efficient Blasting (Orica) (from May 2018 to May 2018)
Orica training course in which Orica Worldwide technical lead demonstrated key blasting principles for use in both underground and open cut mining. This covered all aspects, from buffer blasts to sink shots. Discussed all aspects of blasting, from software to vibration management.
IOSH Managing Safely (from May 2017 to May 2017)
Rules and regulations pertaining to safety in the UK. How risk is assessed and managed and how to apply. Recognised management qualification in the UK.
MPQC Quarry Regulations and ACOP (from January 2017 to January 2017)
Learnt UK quarry regulations and how to apply them. Recognised management course in the UK
BEng Mining Engineering Camborne School of Mines (from September 2013 to July 2016)
• Able to survey underground and surface using total stations, GPS and traditional methods. Undertook a full underground survey of the Holmans Underground Test Mine, including AutoCAD mapping. • Used specialist software for mine design and geotechnical assessments, Deswick and RocScience respectively. • Studied in-depth geotechnical modules for surface and underground mining • Also utilised Deswick for a mine schedule as well as underground mine design • Used equipment for drilling and blasting underground as well as design blasting methods for both mining methods. • Studied quarrying methods as part of Surface mining as well as underground mining modules • Full breakdown of modules and grades available upon request. • Gained Accreditation (ACSM) July 2016

Other

Gained CDM 2015 certification
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