Interactive workshops offer a rare opportunity to spend dedicated time with an industry expert getting to grips with critical issues relating to this subject. The workshops are specifically designed to be as practical as possible, and to provide the chance to tackle a critical subject in depth, and provide actionable intelligence to add further value to the experience of attending the wider conference.
Determining if potential re-engineering or improvement operations can be profitable is a critical decision in mature field exploitation. Formulating that plan requires cross-disciplinary expertise. At this full-day interactive workshop, a mature field thought leader from Halliburton shares his expertise in:
This workshop will enable you to:
Rob Hull, Global Head of Mature Field Consulting, Halliburton
Rob Hull, MBA has 35+ years’ experiencein the oil and gas industry. His backgroundas a Geophysicist, Reservoir Engineer, and extensive work throughout production optimization has provided him with a keen understanding of the entire E&P workflow. From field development to facilities optimization, Rob has maintained a specific focus on the world’s mature fields. He currently serves as Halliburton’s Global Head of Mature Fields and is a frequent publisher of SPE papers and magazine articles.
The first part of this interactive workshop with address:
You will leave this part of the workshop able to:
The second part of this interactive workshop will address:
You will leave this part of the workshop with:
Peter Leach, Senior Vice President Americas, Petrofac
Peter has over 30 years’ experience in the international oil industry starting from astrong technical basis in Reservoir and Petroleum Engineering combined with an extensive operational background in both the North Sea and internationally. He has established and managed operations for both green and brown field developments on and offshore.
Pauline Otreba, Senior Technology Analyst, ITF
Pauline is a graduate of the University of St. Andrews in Geology with over 20 yearsresearch experience, within the oil industry and in academia at the Universities ofOxford and Heriot-Watt. She now works with industry experts and academia to facilitate the ITF process of seeking out technology solutions.