Osvaldo Di Giorgio

02 Mar 2016

Education

Evron Israel, Lajarilla, Israel
Higher Study in Automatic Control Systems for Pipeline Transport and Storage of Oil, Gas, Water and Industrial Fluids. 1995

National University of Salta, Salta, Argentina
Ph. D. in Geology Thesis: “The epithermal fields In Northwest Argentine”. 1993

University of Buenos Aires, Faculty of Engineering, Institute of Petroleum
Reservoirs Engineer Specialist Oil and Gas Reservoirs. 1985

University of Buenos Aires, Faculty of Natural Sciences
Degree in Geology
Thesis: “Tungsten mineralization in intrusive fedspar Quartz Vein hosted in Proterozoic migmatites of Northern Precordillera, Sierras de: Aconquija, Cumbres de Narvaez, Santa Ana, in the provinces of Catamarca and Tucumán, Argentina”. 1983

Awards And Other Achievements

Vice President of the House of Geology,
Director of the Higher Council of Geology. 1992 – 1990

Petroleum Geology Award “Dr. José María Sobral” 1988 Geology and Western Atlas

Scholarship University of Buenos Aires, Faculty of Engineering, Institute of Petroleum 1983

Lecturing experience

Tucumán Province , Department of Mining, 2000-Today
Social Plan Craftwork Mining
Curriculum and Instruction for Ethnic Groups in Mining and Exploration, Tucumán Province

University of Buenos Aires, Faculty of Engineering, Institute of Petroleum, 1988 – 1992
Drilling and Oil Production Engineering
Global structure of the course and its administration

Yacimientos Petrolíferos Fiscales (YPF), YPF Training Centre, 1985 – 1987
Physical Sampling/Measuring
Instructor of Physical Sampling/Measuring

National University of Salta, Sede Tartagal 1984 – 1988
Introduction to Geology
Director of Practical Studies at the “Technical University of Drilling”

University of Morón 1982 – 1984
Mineralogy
Director of Practical Studies at the “Technical University of Drilling”

Memberships

Superior Council of Professional Geology

Geologists Professional Council of the Province of Buenos Aires

Geologists Professional Council of the Province of Tucumán

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