Tito Satria Putra Perdana is a Geothermal Geology Domain Champion with GeothermEx, Inc. A Schlumberger Company, with over fourteen years of industry experience. Tito’s areas of expertise include geothermal resource exploration and evaluation; analysis of subsurface geology; structural geology; development of hydrogeologic models from multi-disciplinary data; estimation of geothermal resource capacity; project management, scheduling, and budgeting; and borehole image log interpretation (comprising fracture and fault characterization, determining in-situ stress orientations, completion optimization, sedimentary feature identification and textural analysis, sedimentology and sequence stratigraphy interpretations, multi-scale structural interpretation, porosity analysis in carbonate reservoirs, unconventional reservoir characterization, and comprehensive analysis with other subsurface data). His geothermal work includes projects in the US, Canada, Turkey, the Philippines, Japan, Taiwan, Iceland, Kenya, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Saint Lucia, El Salvador, Guatemala. Also, as a native Indonesian, Tito has extensive knowledge of and experience working on geothermal projects in Indonesia.
Prior to his position with GeothermEx, Inc., Tito worked for Schlumberger in the following locations: Bakersfield, California (as a Schlumberger SIS Manager); Calgary, Canada (as a Devonian Carbonate Specialist); Ahmadi, Kuwait (as a Senior Geologist); and Jakarta and Balikpapan, Indonesia (as a Geologist); where he was deeply involved in borehole image log interpretations of various oil and gas reservoir systems (basement, volcanic, deep-water, continental to marine environments, and carbonates) as well as in geothermal field development. Tito has published papers on variety of topics, including geothermal case studies, fracture and fault studies, geothermal and oil & gas reservoir characterizations, and others.
Tito earned Bachelor of Engineering, with cum laude predicate, from Gadjah Mada University in Indonesia. He was an active member of the Young Professional Coordinating Committee of the SPE International.