Peter Hargrove

Peter joined StructureSolver in 2017.  Following his undergraduate degree in Geology at Ohio Wesleyan University, Pete did a Master of Science degree in structural geology at the University of Texas at Austin.  His thesis was on Fault-Related Fracture Systems in the Cambrian Eriboll Formation Northwest Scotland.  Pete subsequently worked as a structural geologist for BP Exploration and Production Inc.  He has considerable experience in 3D seismic interpretation, full-field fault framework interpretation, fracture analysis and fault uncertainty analysis. 

Pete is a keen hunter, fisherman and enjoys most outdoor activities.  He is also a qualified Wilderness Emergency Medical Technician.




Selected Publications

Laubach, S.E., Eichhubl, P. Hargrove, P., Ellis, M.A., Hooker, J.N., 2014. Fault core and damage zone fracture attributes vary along strike owing to interaction of fracture growth, quartz accumulation, and differing sandstone composition. Journal of Structural Geology, v. 68, Part A, p. 207-226.

Ellis, M.A., Laubach, S.E. Eichhubl, P., Olson, J.E. & Hargrove, P., 2012. Fracture development and diagenesis of Torridon Group Applecross Formation, near An Teallach, NW Scotland: millennia of brittle deformation resilience? Journal of the Geological Society, London, v. 169, no. 3, p. 297-310.

Laubach, S., Hargrove, P., Ellis, M., and Eichhubl, P., 2010. Fracturing, cementation and feedback in a small-offset oblique slip fault in sandstone. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, vol. 74, no. 11, Supplement 1, p. A565.