Highly-acclaimed power-course.


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American Association of Petroleum Geologists Education Blog 

“I have never been impressed with a geological talk the way I was impressed with Jon's: clear, sharp, with lots of facts, and entertaining.”


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OUR MISSION

TO IMPROVE YOUR BUSINESs PERFORMANCE AND STRATEGY.

Basin Dynamics provides innovative geoscience and reservoir characterization solutions dedicated to the oil and gas industry to quantify geologic risk and uncertainty.  The company's core strengths enable operators to replace traditional reservoir description with high resolution data derived from advanced knowledge of reservoir architecture, process sedimentology, depositional systems and sedimentary basins.

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Jon's course covered leading edge concepts.


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Jon rotzien 

President & Owner


Mr. Rotzien established Basin Dynamics in 2015 to provide business consulting for the global oil and gas industry.  Basin Dynamics provides solutions to a wide range of upstream E&P challenges.  Jon's expertise is deep-water sediment transport and deposition as it pertains to the exploration, appraisal and production of oil and natural gas. He is winner of the GCSSEPM Distinguished Service Award (2018and co-founder of the Houston Explorers Club.  Public CV here; for extended resume, please submit request.

Training 

Practical Methods for Mapping and Interpreting Deep-Water Stratigraphy and Reservoirs (online version)Integrated Methods for Deep-Water Reservoir Characterization (online version)


NEW!  Deep-Water Depositional Systems Masterclass (Singapore & Bogota)

NEW!  Applied Deep-Water Sedimentology and Stratigraphy (Houston)


NEW!  Applied Deep-Water Depositional Systems 


NEW!  Integrated Subsurface Interpretation 

Marine Sedimentary Processes


AAPG GTW 2022 on Mixed Depositional Systems