What We Do


Stephanie Nwoko

Stephanie Nwoko is a reservoir geologist specialized in geomodeling with 16 years’ experience in the oil and gas industry. She holds a BSc in Geology from the University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria and currently undertaking a Master’s degree in Petroleum Geology from the Royal Holloway University of London. She started her career working offshore North Sea in 2003 in Aberdeen, UK with Geoservices Ltd (now Schlumberger) and her roles included mud logging geologist, data engineer, wellsite geologist and operation geologist for various international oil company clients in different field locations. She has worked in countries including Scotland, Norway, Denmark and United States.

In 2007, she left the wellsite world and joined a consultancy company called Senergy Ltd as a Lead Geoscientist which embodied roles such as Petrophysicist and Geologist. In 2010 she joined a Norwegian consultancy firm called Blueback Reservoir in Aberdeen, UK as a Geomodeler and was involved in building 3D static reservoir model for their global multi-clients and in 2011 was transferred to Houston, US.

She is currently a Senior Geomodeler at Premier Oilfield Group, Houston. Her focus is on the integration of geological data with petrophysics, seismic and production to provide input for reservoir modeling and reservoir characterization studies in Unconventional Resources.

She is a member of Geological Society of London, Petroleum Exploration Society of Great Britain (PESGB), Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE), Houston Geological Society and American Association of Petroleum Geologist (AAPG). She currently volunteers for the SPE Gulf Coast Section for the college scholarship by grading and interviewing potential candidates. She is part of the AAPG Visiting Geoscientist Programme. Also, an active member of the AAPG PROWESS and organized a couple of special sessions at AAPG ACE and ICE. Finally, she loves mentoring, coaching and believes in sharing her career experiences and knowledge with young professionals. She is a recipient of the DPA’s Recognition of Distinction. She is currently a 2019 candidate nominee for AAPG Secretary.