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Jesse Pisel

Jesse Pisel

Jesse Pisel started as an oil and gas geologist in the WSGS’ Energy and Minerals Resources Division in January 2018. His primary focus is stratigraphy, data analytics, and the oil and gas geology of southwest Wyoming. He holds a B.S. degree from Western State Colorado University and a Ph.D. from the Colorado School of Mines, both in geology.

Prior to joining the WSGS he worked as a rig site geologist in Idaho. Before that, he was a research assistant at the Chevron Center of Research Excellence at the Colorado School of Mines for three years. Additionally, he completed internships with oil and gas companies WPX Energy in Denver, Chevron in Houston, Texas, and BP Alaska in Anchorage.









Selected Publications

Pisel, J. R., Pyles, D. R., and Kirschbaum, M.A., 2017, The influence of lateral topographic confinement on fluvial channel-belt clustering, compensation and connectivity - lower Wasatch Formation and Dakota Sandstone, Utah, USA: Sedimentology, v. 65, no. 2, p. 597–619, doi:10.1111/sed.12395..

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