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Andrea Miceli Romero
Andrea Miceli Romero
Phone:
(979) 845-6269
Fax:
(979) 845-6162
Email:
miceli@tamu.edu
Office:
Halbouty 255
Address:

Department of Geology and Geophysics
3115 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-3115


Degrees:

Ph.D. Geology, University of Oklahoma, 2014

M.Sc. Geology, University of Oklahoma, 2010

B.Sc. Geochemistry, Universidad Central de Venezuela, 2006


Andrea Miceli Romero

Research Professor

Research Interests

Petroleum systems analysis

Organic Geochemistry

Basin Modeling

Unconventional resources

Selected Publications

Muscio, G.P.A, Everett, M.A., Marpaung, L., McDannell, K.T., Miceli Romero, A., and Yurchenko, I.  (2016) “Insights into migration efficiency based on stochastic mass balance calculations and full-physics forward basin modeling”. Oral presentation at the AAPG Hedberg Conference, Santa Barbara, CA.


Miceli Romero, A., Nguyen, T. and Philp, R.P. (2015) “Subsurface and outcrop organic geochemistry of the Eagle Ford Shale in West, Southwest, Central and East Texas”. Oral presentation at the AAPG Annual Convention and Exhibition, Denver, CO. Search and Discovery article #90216.

 

Lowery, C.M., Corbett, M.J., Leckie, R.M., Watkins, D., Miceli Romero, A. and Pramudito, A. (2014) “Foraminiferal and nannofossil paleoecology and paleoceanography of the Cenomanian-Turonian Eagle Ford Shale of southern Texas”. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 413, 49-65.

 

Muscio, G.P.A., Miceli Romero, A. and McDannel, K. (2013) “Evaluating migration efficiency and its key controlling factors”. Poster presentation at the International Meeting of Organic Geochemistry (IMOG). Tenerife, Spain. Book of Abstracts p-394.

 

Donovan, A.D., Staerker, T.S., Pramudito, A., Gardner, R.D., Pope, M.C., Corbett, M.J., Lowery, C.M. and Miceli Romero, A. (2013) “A 3D outcrop perspective of an unconventional carbonate mudstone reservoir”. Paper presented at the Unconventional Resources Technology Conference, URTeC. Denver, CO. SPE 168783/URTeC 1580954.

 

Miceli Romero, A. and Philp, R.P. (2012) “Organic geochemical variability of gas shales: Woodford Shale, Southeastern Oklahoma, USA: A case study”. Poster presentation at the XIII Latin American Congress on Organic Geochemistry – ALAGO, Santa Marta, Colombia.

 

Donovan, A.D., Staerker, T.S., Pramudito, A., Li, W., Corbett, M.J., Lowery, C.M., Miceli Romero, A. and Gardner, R.D. (2012) “The Eagle Ford outcrops of West Texas: A laboratory for understanding heterogeneities within unconventional mudstone reservoirs”. GCAGS Journal 1, 162-185.

 

Slatt, R. M., Buckner T.N., Abousleiman Y., Sierra R., Philp R. P., Miceli Romero A., Portas R., O’Brien N., Tran M., Davis R., and Wawrzyniec T. (2012) “Outcrop-behind outcrop (quarry), multiscale characterization of the Woodford Gas Shale, Oklahoma”, in J. Breyer, ed., Shale reservoirs — Giant resources for the 21st century: AAPG Memoir 97, 382-402.

 

Slatt, R.M., O’Brien, N.R., Miceli Romero, A., Rodriguez, H. (2012) “Eagle Ford condensed section and its oil and gas storage flow potential”. Oral presentation at the AAPG Annual Meeting, Long Beach, CA. Search and Discovery article #80245.

 

Pramudito, A., Donovan, A., McClain, A., Miceli Romero, A. (2012) “Geochemical fingerprints of the Eagle Ford sequences: Learnings and implications from the outcrops in Terrell and Val Verde Counties, TX”. Poster presentation at the AAPG Annual Meeting, Long Beach, CA.

 

Miceli Romero, A. and R. P. Philp (2012) “Organic geochemistry of the Woodford Shale, Southeastern Oklahoma: how variable can shales be?”. AAPG Bulletin 96(3), 493-517.

 

Lowery, C., Corbett, M., Miceli Romero, A., Leckie, R. M., Watkins, D., Donovan, A., Staerker, S. (2011) Multi-proxy correlation of the Eagle Ford Shale in West Texas to the Bridge Creek Limestone (Cenomanian-Turonian GSSP) in Central Colorado”. GSA Annual Meeting Abstracts with Programs 43(5), p. 377.

 

Corbett, M., Lowery, C. M., Miceli Romero, A., Watkins, D. K., Leckie, R. M., Li, W., Pramudito, A., Donovan, A., and Staerker, S., (2011) “A bio-chemostratigraphic framework of Oceanic Anoxic Event 2 at Lozier Canyon, TX: Correlations to the Western Interior Seaway and comparison to sequence stratigraphic surfaces”. GSA Annual Meeting Abstracts with Programs 43(5), p. 611.

 

Miceli Romero, A. and R. P. Philp (2011) “Organic geochemical variability of gas shales: Woodford Shale, Southeastern Oklahoma, USA, a case study”. Poster presentation at the International Meeting of Organic Geochemistry (IMOG). Interlaken, Switzerland. Book of Abstracts p-376.

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