I'm that kid who loves the smell of road tar, gets excited at seeing oil the color of the sunset, and enjoys putting together a good development plan.
My name is Islin Munisteri. I studied Petroleum Engineering at Colorado School of Mines. I have worked in the development phase of billion barrel oilfields in the Gulf of Mexico, including Thunderhorse, Mars and Mad Dog at BP.
Previously, I have had reservoir engineering experience working in tight gas, including East Texas and Arkoma Basins. I spent a summer out in Gillette, Wyoming working coalbed methane in the Powder River Basin.
I enjoy doing reservoir simulation, material balance, pressure transient analysis, and have a special place in my heart for decline curve analysis. Well planning, surveillance planning, and depletion planning all go into support the rate and reserve forecast.
In my free time, I am launching Creating Potential, a 501(c)3 nonprofit focused on introducing STEM to middle schoolers through college freshmen, by using a hands-on approach of site visits, internships and externships. I also enjoy writing with the Society of Petroleum Engineers and leading with the Society of Women Engineers.
My Favorite SoftwarE and OS
- Operating systems: Windows 7, Apple OS X, Linux
Reservoir simulation: CMG (IMEX), Nexus, VIP
Pressure transient analysis: PIE
Decline analysis: OFM
Rate transient analysis: FastRTA
Classical reservoir engineering: PROSPER/MBAL/GAP/RESOLVE
Fluids modeling: PVTSim, CMG Winprop
Geology: Petra, All Topo Maps Pro, Geographix
Economics: Merak PEEP
Data: PI/Dwights Plus/Enerdeq, OWL, PCOOSA
Microsoft Office 2003 Suite, 2010 Suite, Excel VBA
Apple Keynote, Pages, Numbers