Philip Freeman is an Operations Research Analyst with the USGS Geology, Energy & Minerals (GEM) Science Center in Reston, VA.
Philip obtained his B.S. in Engineering at Cornell University in 1986. He is an Operations Research Analyst at the Eastern Energy Resources Science Center in Reston, Virginia. His experience in resource assessment work spans oil and gas, coal, reserve growth, and carbon dioxide storage resources. He has worked on teams tasked to develop probabilistic resource assessment methodologies. His contributions to economic analysis includes developing business development models, constructing geographic analysis and estimating annual production functions. He has experience combining large datasets of well, reservoir and field data for physical characterization of rock and/or fluid properties and using GIS for analysis or presentation.
1999 to present: Operations Research Analyst, U.S. Geological Survey, Geology, Energy & Minerals Science Center, Reston, VA
1997 to 1999: Cartographic Technician, U.S. Geological Survey, Eastern Energy Resources Team, Reston, VA
Education and Certifications
B.S. Engineering. Operations Research and Industrial Engineering, Cornell University, 1986