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  • SPE Distinguished Lecture - Productivity Decline and Improved Production Forecasting

    Wednesday, October 20, 2021, 06:20 PM - 08:00 PM SGT
    Abstract: PI (Productivity Index) degradation is a common issue in many oil fields. Faster production declines than initially forecast were observed in numerous deep-water assets. The work has identified seven relevant decline mechanisms of which the failure of the rock and the execution of the completion are significant factors impacting PI Decline. To obtain a reliable production forecast, it is critical to include rock, well and completion attributes into the forecast. This requires the inclusion of a coupled reservoir and geomechanics simulator as well as a detailed representation of the completion and its associated flow patterns. A large degree of uncertainty exists around the associated parameters for each of these components. This uncertainty lends itself well to a machine learning approach given the large number of variables and the need to create multiple realizations of the history match to create more reliable production forecasts. The presentation will highlight the damage mechanisms associated with PI Decline. The presentation will also provide a methodology for creating a coupled simulation that utilizes machine learning to history match and produce reliable production forecasts. Incorporating geomechanics, completion description and near wellbore flow patterns enhances production forecasting by providing better estimates for initial and well life skins. Speaker Bio: Karim is a prolific author with more than 30 publications and 4 patents pending in twenty years of industry experience. He is an energetic public speaker who communicates complicated technical problems in simple understandable terms. He holds a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Texas A&M University and currently is a geomechanics Subject Matter Expert at Chevron. Karim is focused on the coupling of geomechanics with flow to impact well performance in both producers and injectors. He leads company efforts on well planning, completion selection and production forecasting for sand control producers in deep-water assets. Date & Time : 2021-10-20 at 18:30 Lecturer: Karim Zaki REGISTER HERE  

  • Virtual Distinguished Lecturer - “Opportunities to Reduce the Environmental Impact of Drilling Fluid

    Tuesday, November 16, 2021, 02:00 PM - 03:00 PM SGT
    SPE Singapore Section is happy to invite you to  Distinguished Lecturer Event:   “O pportunities to Reduce the Environmental Impact of Drilling Fluids ”   The lecture will be delivered in live by  Dr Jonathan Getliff , a SME in fluids.   Date:  Tuesday, Nov 16, 2021 Time:  2 pm    To attend the event you are requested to register via a following link:  REGISTRATION After registration is complete, you will receive a personal link to your mailbox to log in.    Kindly be aware that only SPE members will be able to access a registration web page. You can join/renew SPE membership  here .    Don’t miss the opportunity to learn more or ask your questions.   Abstract:   Drilling fluids and drilling waste management are a major part of well construction costs. Correct management of drilling fluids and associated wastes can be a significant undertaking but is essential for the management of potential long-term liabilities. The key thing to remember is that planning, and waste minimization is key. This talk focusses on drilling fluid choices and the challenges of drilling waste management in diverse environments. Experience shows that there is no global, one-size-fits-all, solution. Different regions have different approaches to managing the environmental effects of drilling fluids and cuttings. It is essential to understand the receiving environment and follow the regulatory drivers for each region. This presentation highlights key considerations, shares lessons learned and discusses the technical requirements of the drilling fluid. It also reviews the possible impacts of the chosen fluids and describes what can be done to reduce the amount of waste generated. The most effective solution may not always have the lowest “up front” cost, but this presentation shows how to reduce the environmental impact of drilling fluids, how to increase re-use and recycling rates and thus reduce overall drilling waste management costs.   Biography:   Jonathan is a Fluids SME for the Tengizchevroil Wells Team in Kazakhstan. He holds a BSc in Applied Biology and a PhD in the Microbiology of Marine Sediments and has more than 25 years of oilfield experience. Jonathan has an extensive knowledge of drilling fluids, drilling waste management and the environmental impact of drilling fluids and has worked in research and development as well as technical and operational roles. He has authored numerous papers on drilling fluids and drilling waste management and holds U.S. and foreign patents.  

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  • BEHIND CASING GAS SATURATION DETERMINATION WITH PNL IN GAS-FILLED BOREHOLES & HIGH TEMP FORMATION

    Thursday, January 13, 2022, 07:00 PM - 08:00 PM ICT
    In conjunction with SPE Vietnam Section, SPE Singapore Section is happy to invite you to a technical seminar : “BEHIND CASING GAS SATURATION DETERMINATION WITH PNL IN GAS-FILLED BOREHOLES AND HIGH TEMPERATURE FORMATIONS - FIRST APPLICATION OFFSHORE VIETNAM ”   The lecture will be delivered in live by Kim Nguyen Pham Thien & Dr. Son Hoang. Date: Thursday, Jan 13, 2022 Time: 8 pm (Singapore time) Meeting link will be provided after registration.   Abstract: Managing mature fields efficiently requires continuous monitoring of the changes in formation fluid saturation. Gas inside boreholes is usually the most challenging condition for logging, where gas measurements are hampered by the lack of a fluid column. Thanks to the improved technology, a new generation of pulsed neutron logging (PNL) tools was introduced that greatly reduces the evaluation uncertainty and delivers more reliable gas saturation. The new PNL tools maintain high-resolution up to 175°C and provide a new formation property – fast neutron cross-section – an independent method to quantify gas saturation. The tool also counts with a new self-compensation algorithm for formation sigma and hydrogen index measurements that allow the accurate evaluation for a wide range of logging conditions. These features altogether provide much more reliable hydrocarbon saturation in such a tough environment. The new PNL tool was put in operation in several wells in clastic gas-condensate field A, Nam Con Son basin. These wells recently experienced high-water production. The Gas Water Contact (GWC) movement estimation and the water production forecast are challenging due to the complex structure of the reservoirs and the uncertain size and strength of the aquifers. Additionally, high formation temperature and gas-filled boreholes limited the use of previous-generation of PNL tools. The new PNL tool with the outstanding self-compensating algorithm was precisely fit to handle these problems. The tool successfully determined the current fluid contact and quantified the remaining gas saturation in the reservoirs. This gave the operator a better understanding of the reservoirs and enabled better reservoir management strategy.   Biography:   Kim Nguyen Pham Thien is currently working in Schlumberger’s Analysis and Interpretation business as Petrophysicist, supporting both Wireline and Drilling and Measurements (D&M) activities. Her focal area is formation evaluation in open holes/ cased holes and development of acoustics answer products. Her working experience embraces both clastic and carbonate reservoirs located across Southeast Asia, North and South America, and the Middle East… Kim holds a BEng from HCMUT in Geology and Petroleum. She is a member of SPE with some SPE joint publications with clients. Dr. Son Hoang is the lead reservoir engineer at BIENDONG POC. He supervises reservoir engineering, geomechanics-related works, and the application of machine learning and data science in subsurface works at BIENDONG POC. He holds a B.S. in mechanical engineering and a Ph.D. in civil engineering, both from the University of Oklahoma. Before joining BIENDONG POC, he worked as a postdoctoral research scientist at the PoroMechanics Institute, University of Oklahoma.  

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  • Renewable Energy

    Saturday, January 15, 2022, 10:00 AM - 11:00 PM ICT
    In conjunction with SPE Vietnam Section, SPE Singapore Section is happy to invite you to the Young Professionals Seminar : “Renewable Energy ” The seminar will be delivered in live by Huy Do. Date: Saturday, Jan 15, 2022 Time: 11 am (Singapore time) For registration, please email to SPE Singapore Program Chair at HoYin.Ma@halliburton.com.  

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  • Virtual DL: Making Better Upstream Acquisitions- The role of the Petroleum Engineers and Why it's di

    Thursday, January 20, 2022, 03:00 PM - 05:00 PM SGT
    SPE Singapore Section is happy to invite you to  Distinguished Lecturer Event:   “Making Better Upstream Acquisitions - The role of the Petroleum Engineer and Why it's Different from the Day Job ”   The lecture will be delivered in live by  Geoff Salter. Date: Thursday, Jan 20, 2022 Time: 3 pm    To attend the event you are requested to register via a following link:  REGISTRATION After registration is complete, you will receive a personal link to your mailbox to log in.    Kindly be aware that only SPE members will be able to access a registration web page. You can join/renew SPE membership  here .    Don’t miss the opportunity to learn more or ask your questions.   Abstract: Global upstream transactions are estimated at $150 bn in 2019. Production/cost forecasts and assessment of future opportunities/risks are crucial inputs to the economic evaluation of a potential acquisition. It follows that potential buyers need to conduct technical due diligence on these inputs. In times of volatile oil and gas prices, good technical due diligence can be the difference between a good and a bad deal.   Petroleum engineers are often called upon to join acquisition teams. With typically a few days/weeks of evaluation time, technical due diligence requires considerable focus and a fundamentally different approach to the typical industry workflow. Yet, there are no industry courses on this subject and a OnePetro search reveals the last paper was 30 years ago.   This talk highlights how a Petroleum Engineer should approach working in an upstream acquisitions team and illustrates practical methods for conducting technical due diligence. A 'top down' process that starts with identifying what drives value is proposed. Several case studies are presented showing how good technical due diligence has had a fundamental impact on acquisition decisions.   The key thing I would like people to take away is that technical due diligence requires a very different approach from the Petroleum Engineer's 'day job'.   Biography:   Geoff Salter is a Partner at RISC Advisory specializing in Reservoir Engineering. He holds an MSc in Petroleum Engineering. His early industry experience was focused on field development and production operations with major operators Shell and Woodside. During his nearly 25 years at RISC Advisory based in London or Perth, he has led technical due diligence teams on oil and gas acquisition opportunities in the Asia-Pacific region, Europe, Middle East and Africa. He has travelled extensively throughout these regions, presented at industry conferences and participated in SPE ATWs.  

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  • Virtual DL: Global LNG - An Industry in Disruptive Transformation

    Friday, February 18, 2022, 07:00 PM - 08:00 PM SG
    SPE Singapore Section is happy to invite you to  Distinguished Lecturer Event:   “ Global LNG – An Industry in Disruptive Transformation ”   The lecture will be delivered in live by Peter Nigel Cameron . Date: Friday, Feb 18, 2022 Time: 7 pm    To attend the event you are requested to register via a following link:  REGISTRATION After registration is complete, you will receive a personal link to your mailbox to log in.    Kindly be aware that only SPE members will be able to access a registration web page. You can join/renew SPE membership  here .    Don’t miss the opportunity to learn more or ask your questions.   Abstract: The global Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) industry is going through disruptive transformation. This term is often heard but one we can now see applied to a large capital intensive industry. For decades, the LNG business had been traditional, cosy, conservative and uncompetitive, with a few large players, opaque and rigid.   We consider the drivers that make an industry change, particularly an energy industry and the characteristics of energy markets. We find that LNG meets the criteria of an industry ready for change. Three key factors drive transformation, namely an industry wide crisis, action to enable the business environment and then the market developing by itself.   Drivers for LNG change include technological (FSRU, FLNG, supersized ships, Mini-LNG, bunkering) and commercial (global LNG oversupply, regulatory, new demand and supply centres, new business models, new players, new trading patterns). Any of these can provide an industry crisis but among the most important is the entry of the USA, set to become the world’s marginal LNG supplier (which sets the price) and also largest supplier, with different business models. The combined effects are transformational.   Change is continuing, with the growing influence of the USA, LNG hubs, bunkering and mini LNG. The sleepy traditional LNG world is changing and will continue to do so. Coronavirus has a large impact but the LNG world was already transforming.   Members should consider what further disruption will come. They should also identify additional value in gas from previously stranded supplies and demand which can now be opened up.   Biography:   Mr Peter Cameron is Founder and Managing Director of Energy Markets Global, a UK based international energy markets consultancy. He is also lecturer in Business Strategy for Middlesex University (UK) Oil and Gas MBA.   Peter advises governments and companies globally on the economic and commercial aspects of gas markets. He has over 25 years of worldwide project experience (long and short term). He was Chairman of the International Services Board of the Society of British Gas Industries and represented the British Government on the gas sector worldwide. Previously, Peter was Corporate Strategist and Planner for British Gas (now Shell).

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  • Dehydration of Carbon Capture Technologies

    Thursday, February 24, 2022, 06:30 PM - 08:00 PM SG
    SPE Singapore Section is happy to invite you to a  technical seminar : “Dehydration of Carbon Capture Technologies ”   The lecture will be delivered in live by Ross Weiter. Date:   Thursday, Feb 24, 2022 Time: 6:30 pm  Meeting link will be provided after registration.  

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  • Deep Learning: Computer Vision, NLP and Oil & Gas

    Tuesday, April 12, 2022, 06:30 PM - 08:00 PM SG
    SPE Singapore Section is happy to invite you to a  technical seminar : “Deep Learning: Computer Vision, NLP and Oil & Gas ”   The lecture will be delivered in live by   Rina Buoy. Date:   Tuesday, Apr 12, 2022 Time:  6:30   pm  Meeting link will be provided after registration. 

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  • [POSTPONED] Circular Economy

    Thursday, May 19, 2022, 06:30 PM - 08:00 PM SGT
    In conjunction with Energy Institute Singapore, SPE Singapore Section is happy to invite you to a technical seminar : “Circular Economy ”   The lecture will be delivered in live by   Peter Godfrey Date:   Thursday, May 19, 2022 Time:  6:30   pm  Meeting link will be provided after registration. 

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  • SPE Singapore Section 2022/23 AGM

    Thursday, September 22, 2022, 06:00 PM - 09:00 PM SGT
    SPE Singapore Section AGM & Networking Date: 22 September 2022 Time: 18:00 – 20:30 (Singapore Time) Venue: Pasta Fresca, Boat Quay Please RSVP and join us at the 2022/23 SPE Singapore Section AGM! Agenda 6pm: Networking drinks 7pm: AGM starts and Zoom dial-in 9pm: event closes. The committee is putting out a call for nomination for the 2022/23 SPE committee. As per our constitution, all positions are listed below, along with current nominations as of today: Committee Officer Nominations for 2022/23 Chairperson Paulina Svoboda Secretary Stephanie Lim (current) Treasurer Wee Chin Wong (current) Program Peter Mark Smith Membership Kean Wee Cheah (current) Officers   General Committee  Daniel Pastor (current), Manoj Prabhakar (current), Joseph Ma Past President Dave Hayes, Mike Reeder, Peter Cockcroft, Tran Ngo Nguyet Sponsorship vacant Young Professional vacant Qualifications for a committee member are that the nominee: be a resident in Singapore be a fully paid up SPE Member be a previous SPE Committee Member for the Section Chairperson office have accepted the nomination  We encourage you to self-nominate to run (on the night of the AGM you will need your nomination seconded by another member). We especially encourage any student members to join and take up the position of YP chair which also has the role of student liaison.  Close of nominations will be the 15 th of September. Please send any nominations to Stephanie by email with the name of the person and office sought. The AGM is scheduled for 22nd of Sept 2022   at Pasta Fresca, Boat Quay . Tickets are $25 ($35 non-member) and includes 2 drinks and snacks. The AGM will be in hybrid form (voting allowed) from 7pm via MS Teams , with more details to connect below. Please RSVP and either pay via cash on arrival or via Paynow to +65 8337 4173 (WCW) with the comment: SPESG-AGM22-<INITIALS>.

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  • Virtual DL: Entrepreneurship in the Transitioning Oilfield

    Monday, September 26, 2022, 07:30 PM - 09:00 PM SGT
    SPE Singapore Section is happy to invite you to  Distinguished Lecturer Event:   “Entrepreneurship in the Transitioning Oilfield ”   The lecture will be delivered in live by Omar Abou-Sayed. Date: Monday, Sep 26, 2022 Time: 7:30 pm    To attend the event you are requested to register via a following link:  REGISTRATION After registration is complete, you will receive a personal link to your mailbox to log in.    Kindly be aware that only SPE members will be able to access a registration web page. You can join/renew SPE membership  here .    Don’t miss the opportunity to learn more or ask your questions.   Abstract: Building an entrepreneurial venture is a challenge underestimated by most founders. During periods of stability within a given industry, founders face the normal stresses that come from building a startup: a lack of resources, having to serve in multiple functional roles, powerful customers, unclear business model, loneliness, stress to personal finances, and more. During periods of substantial upheaval, as the oil and gas industry is facing today, the challenges – and the rewards – can be even greater. This lecture will equip attendees with a thorough understanding of how to build a successful entrepreneurial venture during this time of energy transition. Core universal concepts applicable to creating a successful startup will be presented, while industry-specific trends will be explored to highlight areas that are ripe for innovation. At the end of the lecture, attendees should have a grounding in how to approach building a successful startup during this period of intense transition in the oilfield.   Biography:   Omar Abou-Sayed's experience spans the global energy, chemicals, oilfield services, and clean tech industries. He has worked in a variety of engineering, business, and leadership roles within SuperMajors, management consulting firms, private equity funds, and venture-backed startups. He currently serves as CEO of Advantek Waste Management Services, a private equity-backed industrial waste management company. He advises or has invested in nearly a dozen early-stage companies and venture funds. Omar holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin, and an MBA from the Harvard Business School.  

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  • Virtual DL: Physics Embedded Machine Learning for Modeling and Optimization of Mature Fields

    Tuesday, October 11, 2022, 11:00 AM - 11:59 AM MY
    When: 2022-10-11 at 11:00 * Lecturer: Pallav Sarma Invitees: Singapore Section , Java Indonesia Section , Thailand Section , Kuala Lumpur Section , Vietnam Section , Ho Chi Minh University of Technology Chapter , Hanoi University of Mining and Geology Chapter , University of Science Ho Chi Minh City Chapter , PetroVietnam University Chapter

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  • Peter Godfrey, perspectives on CCS projects -in person dinner and technical lecture.

    Thursday, October 20, 2022, 06:00 PM - 09:00 PM MY
    Peter Godfrey Vice President Asia Pacific,  STOREGGA   Based in Singapore, Peter is the regional representative of Storegga, a UK headquartered company established in 2019 with the sole purpose of acting as an independent champion for the development of carbon capture projects and related decarbonisation technologies. Storegga is the lead developer of the Acorn project in Scotland in partnership with Shell and Harbour Energy, one of the leading UK CCS and hydrogen projects. Storegga’s business interests are rapidly expanding in internationally.   In addition to his Storegga role, Peter is also the Managing Director APAC of the prestigious Energy Institute (EI).  The EI is the UK chartered professional membership body working across the world of energy with a focus of creating a better energy future for its members and society by accelerating a just global energy transition to net zero.   Peter has spent most of his career in the oil and gas industry but is now a strong advocate for the energy sector’s need to transition towards a cleaner, greener future. In recent years, Peter has worked as an independent advisor, consultant and executive coach to a number of organisations and governments agencies on issues related to the energy sector development within the context of the energy transition and decarbonisation and their strategic implications.    Abstract: A report published last month (in September 2022)   highlighted that the 13 flagship existing CCS schemes worldwide, which together   represent 55 per cent of captured CO2 have mostly significantly underperformed. Across their lifetime, the report states that ExxonMobil’s LaBarge facility at Shute Creek in Wyoming has underperformed by around 36 per cent in terms of capacity. The world’s only large power station with CCS, Boundary Dam in Saskatchewan, Canada, has captured about 50 per cent less than planned, according to the report, and the capacity of Chevron’s Gorgon gas scheme in Western Australia has been about 50 per cent lower than planned in its first five years.  Two projects included in the report failed completely, including the Kemper coal CCS project in Mississippi, which was long delayed and construction was eventually abandoned in 2017. On a more positive note, the report finds the Sleipner and Snøhvit CCS projects in Norway have been a success, which it says is largely due to the “country’s unique business and regulatory environment”. Some say that CCS projects, more often than not, never actually work to its design capacity others (including the presenter) firmly believe that performance has largely been driven by the fundamental conflict between optimising carbon storage capacity and utilising carbon capture as a means of increasing core business activity, in particular, oil and gas production. CCS technology dates back to the 1970s, and in most cases has been used to extract more oil and gas from reservoirs rather than focused on curbing climate change by capturing CO2 for the long term. “For CCS projects to play their part in decarbonisation, project development needs to be commercially justified on the basis of the carbon value chain alone if they are to become a successful tool in our global decarbonisation toolbox”. The presenter will aim to present his case utilising the lessons leaned from his company, STOREGGA, whose business model is entirely focused on decarbonisation. Storegga is the lead developer of the Acorn project in NE Scotland and is actively developing a global portfolio of CCS project development opportunities,  including here in SE Asia. Dinner and networking starts at 6pm.  Lecture begins at 7pm.  Event closes at 9pm.  Soft drinks, Alcoholic drinks and meal included in price - Members of EI, SICC and SPE are $50, Non members $75 and students $25.

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  • Virtual DL: How Do CEOs Lead for Success? Insights to Boost Your Leadership Skills

    Wednesday, November 9, 2022, 06:30 PM - 07:00 PM SGT
    SPE Singapore Section is happy to invite you to Live Distinguished Lecturer Event:   “How Do CEOs Lead for Success? Insights to Boost Your Leadership Skills ”   The lecture will be delivered in live by Elizabeth Coffey. Date: Wednesday, Nov 9, 2022 Time: 6:30 pm   To attend the event you are requested to register via a following link:  REGISTRATION After registration is complete, you will receive a personal link to your mailbox to log in.    Kindly be aware that only SPE members will be able to access a registration web page. You can join/renew SPE membership  here .    Don’t miss the opportunity to learn more or ask your questions.   Abstract: What actions do CEOs take behind the scenes to create success? What can go wrong that leads to CEO failure? How long do most CEOs have in post? What skills do they need to create high performance? What can you learn from these insights to accelerate your leadership journey, regardless of your current point? You'll hear behind-the-scenes stories and practical guidance grounded in 25 years of collaborating with energy CEOs. We look at what CEOs actually DO. During a CEO’s tenure, a leader focuses on 3 activities: destroying aspects of the inherited organization that don’t work, creating new elements to improve performance, and preserving aspects that work well. Ideally, the leader delivers these empathetically. We consider the (often brief) life cycle of the CEO. Upon entry, the CEO plans a strategic path for the business. Next, the CEO disrupts the status quo by operationalizing those ambitions. Third, a CEO tries to stabilize the organization to establish a positive legacy. What are the upsides of this high wire act? Company growth plus status, wealth, and power for the CEO. If a high-visibility CEO fails, it can devastate the organization's valuation and the individual's reputation. Which core skills do CEOs need? We look beyond the myths to explore real examples from the oil and gas industry to reveal the most important 4 skills for CEO success. Which skills are crucial for you to achieve your own career peak? We highlight the critical few skills that sign-post the way to your leadership achievement.   Biography:   Elizabeth Coffey, Founder of Spark Leadership, is an internationally recognised consultant, speaker and author who develops CEOs, CEO Successors and Board Executives of FTSE 100 and Global 500 companies. She has coached CEOs or their Successors over a wide range of businesses and sectors and is recognised in the industry for developing the leadership skills of Board Executives in Europe, the Middle East, India and North America. Elizabeth curates bespoke, intensive, inspirational development programmes to select senior leaders. In 2018, visits included Bangalore, the UAE and rural Karnataka and in 2017, Jaipur and rural Rajasthan. Previously a Senior Partner in Korn Ferry’s Leadership and Talent Consultancy, Elizabeth held senior positions with Mercer Delta Consulting and The Change Partnership, which - in 2000 - was acquired by Whitehead Mann (now Korn Ferry). Following a British High Commission exclusive UK trade delegation to Mumbai in 2008, Elizabeth founded her Indian entity in 2014. Elizabeth has written several leadership books, including McGraw Hill's ‘10 Things That Keep CEOs Awake – and How to Put Them to Bed’(2002); Deutsche Bank's ‘The End of Tolerance?’ (2001) and ‘The Changing Culture of Leadership – Women Leaders’ Voices’ (1999). She has developed organisations through pioneering strategic change in a portfolio of Global 500 companies. Elizabeth has received many awards over the past two decades including: 2018 Women Super Achiever (Femina), 2007 Mentor of the Year and 2001 European Woman of Achievement of Award. Elizabeth is a cum laude graduate from Wellesley College with a double degree in Psychology & English Literature.  

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  • Carbon101 for Oil and Gas Engineers - a talk by Vinod Kesava from Climate Resources International

    Thursday, November 17, 2022, 06:00 PM - 09:00 PM MY
      Vinod is a carbon markets specialist with 20 years’ experience in the carbon markets. He is the CEO and  co-founder of CRX.   He has launch auction systems for credit, originated over 100 different carbon credit programs and has over 50MT of Carbon Assets under management in CRX. The Carbon 101 talk will explain to engineers what a Carbon Credit is, how they are originated, valued and traded and where the Oil and Gas Engineers sit in the carbon ecosystem along with an explanation of where CCUS is right now in the Carbon Credit space in our region.

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  • 2023 look ahead

    Thursday, February 2, 2023, 07:00 PM - 09:00 PM SGT
    Eugene Chiam for a look ahead on 2023 trends and things to expect for the upstream Oil and Gas
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  • A talk by Phil Solomon from GCA - "seeing around the curve"

    Thursday, February 23, 2023, 06:00 PM - 09:00 PM MY
    Phil is the Global Business Director based in Singapore for GCA.  He is an engineer with over 25 years’ experience in leading and managing the planning, finance, development and deployment of major infrastructure assets in the oil & gas, renewable, power and water infrastructure sectors in North America, Europe, Asia and Australia. He has held roles as a senior executive in both IOCs and the oilfield service sector.  Phil brings extensive M&A experience on both the buy and sell side, and experience in JV negotiation and management, gas supply agreements, crude oil and condensate processing and sales and associated transportation agreements. Phil has extensive experience in the power sector, developing power generation assets throughout Asia, as well as leading technical development, commercial structuring, multi-party financing, negotiation of creditworthy offtakes and construction.  He has proven capability in delivering infrastructure projects through the full life-cycle including planning, concept development, design, evaluation, project execution and operation.

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  • DL - Martin Storey "A survival guide to digital transformation"

    Thursday, March 16, 2023, 06:00 PM - 09:00 PM MY
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  • Jeff Dwigging from Artifical Lift Solutions discusses ALS

    Thursday, April 27, 2023, 06:00 PM - 09:00 PM MY
    Jeff Dwiggins has over thirty years of experience in the domestic and international energy industry. Jeff started DCL LLC in August 2002. He subsequently founded Artificial Lift Solutions Pte Ltd in 2005. His focus has been the supporting of artificial lift efforts for oil and gas companies. Artificial Lift Solutions (ALS) is a Private Limited Singapore based company with unrivalled ESP expertise and a strong international presence. The company was established with the primary objective of supporting and improving artificial lift performance for operators throughout the globe, with significant emphasis on electric submersible pumps (ESPs). ALS provides unparalleled and unbiased technical expertise through its team of consultants. Having worked with numerous operators in countries around the world, and in a wide variety of environments and situations, ALS brings a unique level of experience to the benefit of existing and future clients. The ALS team includes 20+ expert consultants positioned around the globe, as well as a full-time engineering staff based in the USA, Singapore, UK, and UAE. This versatility allows ALS to provide the highest quality of support, incorporating a wide variety of skill sets and experience to execute its projects efficiently and effectively. ALS has been involved to support reservoir appraisal and ESP feasibility, well design and facilities design, quality management of ESP vendors and project execution. ALS can also assist with detailed material requirements for each well, facilities design advice specific to ESP, power requirement studies, planning for control systems and ESP operating/safeguarding philosophies.

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    Singapore, Singapore