2005: Eriksfiord AS, Stavanger, Norway, managing director and lead sedimentologist.
2004: Eriksfiord, sedimentologist, image interpretation, core description and field studies.
2004: PhD thesis “Integrated numerical modelling of a polyhistory basin, Southern Cantabrian Basin (Palaeozoic, NW-Spain)” University of Heidelberg, Germany.
Zbynek is a passionate geologist. After several field seasons in the Cantabrian Mountains for his PhD thesis, his first industry job led him to the Libyan desert. Having passed the furnace stage, he was sent to Norway for water-proofing and cooling. Zbynek leads our stratigraphic and sedimentological services, based on image logs and cores. From the main office in Stavanger he also coordinates sales and marketing for the Eriksfiord group.
Meneguolo R, Sundal A, Martinius AW, Veselovsky Z, Cullum A and Milovanova E (2022) Impact of the lower Jurassic Dunlin Group depositional elements on the Aurora CO2 storage site, EL001, northern North Sea, Norway. International Journal of Greenhous Gas Control, 119, 103723.
Gabbard P (Talos), Veselovsky Z (Eriksfiord), Ruehlicke B (Eriksfiord), Vahle C (Eriksfiord), Kosmitis D (Talos), Albertson M (Talos), Tett D (Talos) (2019): Zama Discovery: From Depocenters to Paleo-Currents. Combination of Seismic and Borehole Image Datasets. Petroleum geology of Mexico and the Northern Caribbean. The Geological Society, London, May 2019.
Veselovsky (Eriksfiord) & Stueland (OMV Norge) (2016) High-resolution interpretation of depositional environments based on the integration of borehole images and cores. Wisting discovery, PL537, Barents Sea, Norway. NPF Arctic exploration conference, Tromso, 31.5-2.6.2016.