Roy Helge Gabrielsen
Publications in ResearchGate.
- Structural geology
- Petroleum geology
- Basin analysis
Higher education and employment history
- 1976-77 Research associate, NAVF, Structural geology, isotope geochemistry, Norwegian Caledonides (SW Norway). Department of Geology, University of Oslo.
- 1977-81 Research Associate, Petroleum geology, Remote sensing/fracture tectonics. Institute of Geology, University of Oslo.
- 1981-87 Structural Geologist, Saga Petroleum A/S.
- 1987-88 Chief Geologist, Norsk Hydro, a.s.
- 1988-91 Professor of Petroleum Geology/Structural Geology, University of Bergen.
- 1989-91 Chief Scientist, Geological Remote Sensing, Nansen Remote Sensing Centre, Bergen.
- 1992-94 Managing Director, Norsk Hydro a.s., Research Centre, Bergen.
- 1992-94 Adjunct Professor of Petroleum Geology/Structural Geology (“Professor II; 20% time appointment at full professor level) of Petroleum Geology, University of Bergen.
- 1994-03 Professor of Petroleum Geology/Structural Geology, University of Bergen.
- 2000-03 Scientfic Advisor, Norwegian Geological Survey, Trondheim.
- 2003- 06 Executive Director, Divison for Science, The Research Council of Norway.
- 2005 - 2009 Adjunct Professor of structural and petroleum geology, University of Aarhus, Denmark.
- 2006 - present Professor of Petroleum Geology, Section Head Petroleum Geology and Geophysics (PEGG), University of Oslo.
- Statoil Research Prize for 2000
- Awarded status as Principal Investigator in Centre of Excellence "Center for Integrated Petroleum Research", University of Bergen, appointed by the Norwegian Research Council, 2002.
- Norwegian Petroleum Society Science Prize for 2002.
- Falcon Award 2005 awarded by the European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers for the paper: Lothe,A.E., Borge,H. & Gabrielsen,R.H.: Modelling of hydraulic lekage by pressure and stress simulations and implications for Biot’s constant: an example from the Halten Terrace. Offshore Mid-Norway. Petroleum Geoscience, 10(3), 199-213.
- Special Award 2005, American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG).