Join successful Women in Geosciences for an open discussion on leadership traits for dynamic careers in the petroleum industry. An understanding of current academic research and new technology within a business framework can help geoscientists more effectively communicate their ideas and lead multidisciplinary teams. Technically adept and business savvy leadership is critical for today’s geoscientist as technology is applied to new play concepts, development of existing fields, and re-development of mature reservoirs.
After the panel discussion, stay for the reception to network with geoscience researchers, petroleum technology experts, and industry leaders to enrich your portfolio of connections.
- Date: Tuesday, 17 October 2017
- Time: 18:00-20:00
- Location: ExCeL London, Level 3, Capital Suite 1
- Fee: US $30 + 20% VAT
- Note: Save time and purchase your tickets in advance during registration or purchase your tickets at the door.
You don’t want to miss this opportunity to be a part of this exciting and informative geoscience forum.
Panelists will include:
- Pinar O. Yilmaz, Advisor-External Projects Upstream, ExxonMobil.
- Herlinde Mannaerts, Director of Geophysics, BP Exploration UK.
- Gretchen M. Gillis, Geological Consultant, Aramco Services Company.
- Katya Casey, Managing Director-Geoscience, Actus Veritas Geoscience, LLC.
- Stephanie N. Nwoko, Senior Geomodeler, Premier Oilfield Laboratories.
Planning Committee (AAPG PROWESS): Stephanie Nwoko, Senior GeoModeler, Premier Oilfield Laboratories and Clara Abu, Senior Geoscientist, WesternGeco, Schlumberger
Planning Committee (SEG WNC): Maitri Erwin, Manager – Global Exploration New Ventures, Nexen Petroleum and Laurie Whitesell, SEG
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