Rise and shine! Start your morning off with colleagues, enjoy a great meal and hear an informative discussion from these newly added Topical Breakfasts:
Topical Breakfast: The Outlook for Energy: A View to 2040
Ken Golden, Commercial Advisor for ExxonMobil Exploration Company
Forecasting long-term energy trends begins with a simple fact: people need energy. Over the next few decades, population and income growth are expected to create new demands for energy. As people’s needs and modern technologies continue to evolve, so too will the energy landscape....MORE.
Topical Breakfast: The Permian Basin Renaissance
Ashley Meerdo, Shell Exploration and Production Company, Development Planner Petrophysical Engineer Permian Asset
After decades of declining production and focus, the Permian Basin is going through a renaissance period with renewed interest and is now the most active oil and gas basin in North America. The basin is a key focus area for the E&P industry and the primary target of....MORE.
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Topical Breakfast:Highlights from SPEE Monograph 4: Estimating Developed Reserves in Selected Low-Permeability Unconventional Reservoirs
Creties Jenkin, Partner,Rose and Associates
Topical Breakfast:Banning Proven Technologies on Possibilities Rather Than Probabilities: A Closer Look at the New York Fracking Ban
Fay C. Fitzsimons, Senior Consultant, FTI Consulting
Topical Luncheon:Earning Trust – Operating in a Distrusting World
Janeen Judah, 2017 Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) President
Topical Luncheon:Cognitive Bias, the “Elephant in the Living Room” of Science and Professionalism
Peter R. Rose, Senior Associate, Rose and Associates
Topical Luncheon:The Clues in the Crumbs: A Geostatistician’s Fascination with the Data That Challenges Our Beliefs About Climate Change
R. Mohan Srivastava, Consultant, Canada
Topical Luncheon:A Review of Induced Seismicity Issues in Oklahoma and Lessons Learned
G. Randy Keller, Professor Emeritus, Former Director-Oklahoma Geological Survey