Petroleum Technology Luncheon - May 9th

Petroleum Technology In-Person meeting May 9 at 11:30AM

The Grand 4101 E Willow St Long Beach, CA 90815
Presentation: 11:30AM - 01:00PM
$35.00 Luncheon Fee
$10.00 for Students

Optimization of Oil Field Operations and Engineering Decision Quality with Aerial Data

Winston Seiler
KCSI Aerial Patrol, Inc.

For more information contact Ted Frankiewicz using email


Aerial data, including high resolution aerial imagery, gas leak detection, and thermal imagery provides added value to focus and inform both operational and engineering decision making: updated maps show the currently existing infrastructure and elevation models for project planning; change detection; hydrologic and erosion monitoring; status updates can be provided for ongoing projects; wells with potential shallow casing damage are identified to prioritize casing integrity testing and workover queues; and gas leak detection surveys.


Winston Seiler is a commercial pilot and former Geologist with 9 years of experience in the San Joaquin Valley, including Cymric, McKittrick, Lost Hills, and San Ardo oil fields in the San Joaquin and Salinas Valleys.

For more info contact Ted Frankiewicz at