Lepillier, B.P.


Since March 2016, PhD Candidate: Geothermal Exploration
Characterization of a fracture controlled EGS test site in the Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt

2012 – 2015: Exploration Geologist at ENGIE

Indonesian Assets Exploration (North Makassar Straits) – Turbiditic Clastic Systems
- Seismic interpretation
- Resources risks and volumetric evaluation (GeoX)

Exploration and appraisal of Qatar Block 4 geology focusing on Arab (Jurassic) and Pre-Khuff (Permian) objectives, respectively carbonate and clastic environments.
- Participation in well design and follow-up processes
- Well log interpretation and correlation
- Seismic to well tie calibration, seismic interpretation (PETREL).

2010 – 2012: Geophysicist at Total E&P Qatar

- Operation follow-up of a carbonate field (Late Cretaceous)
- Participation to the well design process, GeoSteering and follow-up of development wells
- Integration of all well results in the geophysical loop
- Structural Interpretation to contribute in GeoModel elaboration
- Progradation study in fracturation implication
- Attribute cube calculation
- Seismic to well tie calibration
- Time to Depth conversion
- Well site geologist on horizontal multidrain

2009 – 2010: Sedimentologist at SHOM-IFREMER – Marine Research
- Sedimentology & geodynamic study (Mediterranean Sea & English Channel)
- Geological marine map creation (map & database)

2009, MSc Thesis: Petroleum Engineering And Marine Geology at LaSalle-Beauvais


  • Geology (Sedimentology, Volcanology, structural)
  • Geophysics
  • Geodesy & Surveying
  • Geomechanics
  • Well drilling

Baptiste Lepillier

PhD Student