Jing Li

Ms. Li has a M.S. in Electrical Engineering with seven years of experience in log review and technical support with Schlumberger and Halliburton. She worked on sensor design and numerical modeling on various down-hole resistivity sensors, including LWD geo-steering and conventional resistivity tools, induction, array laterolog, WBM resistivity imager (FMI type), EM telemetry, etc. She won the Halliburton MVP (Maximizing Value-Added Performance) Award in 2007. She is author or co-author of 4 U.S. patents and 15 technical papers. She is also serving as a reviewer for various petroleum journals. Jing is an active member and leader in SPWLA. She successfully organized four SWPLA Resistivity Special Interest Group (RT-SIG) meetings from 2010 to 2012 (record high attendance), and served as co-chair of SPWLA 2013 Spring Topical Conference. Now she is a Sr. Petrophysicist at OXY and comes to Subsurface Geoscience on a part-time basis. Her plan is to expand her knowledge of geology and continue developing her career as a Petrophysicist.