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SPE GULF COAST SECTION

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DECEMBER FEATURES

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CO2 Storage by the Numbers: A Primer RESERVOIR

Oil Patch Writing CONTINUING EDUCATION

Staying Nimble in the Adapting Energy Industry, The Agile Way DATA ANALYTICS


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CONTENTS

DECEMBER 2020

In Every Issue

RESERVOIR

MEMBERS IN TRANSITION (MIT)

CHAIR’S CORNER Simeon Eburi 2020-2021 SPE-GCS Chair

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MEMBERSHIP REPORT

04 October 2020

DATA ANALYTICS

Energy Industry, The Agile Way

WESTSIDE

12 Design and Execution of a High 12/16/20

THEN & NOW Buddy Woodroof

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VOLUNTEER SPOTLIGHT Dr. Anand Nagoo

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Study Groups

12/3/20 08 Improving the Effectiveness

of Process Safety Management System

NORTHSIDE

12/8/20 08 Applications of Single Point Gas-

Lift displace ESP’s and Beam Lift

GENERAL MEETING

Rate Water Pack in a Deviated Offshore Gas Well

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

1/20/21 12 2020 Oil and Gas Outlook:

HSE & SUSTAINABILITY

A Primer

12/15/20 11 Staying Nimble in the Adapting

CALENDAR December 2020

12/10/20 10 CO2 Storage by the Numbers:

Restructuring and Recovery

Committees EDUCATION Where Are They Now, Past Scholarship Winner: Stephanie Hertzog

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SPE-GCS SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT FUND Contribute to the SPE-GCS Scholarship Endowment Fund

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09 The Rebuilding of the American

CONTINUING EDUCATION

COMPLETIONS & PRODUCTION

SPE YOUNG ENGINEER OF THE YEAR (YEOY) 2021 Nominations Are Now Open

12/8/20

Oilfield - Joint Meeting with API

12/9/20 10 Dual Fracturing Operations

Logistics and Best Practices

12/8/20 14 Oil Patch Writing

Co-Hosted with AAPG

Special Events YOUNG PROFESSIONALS

3/11/21 16 SPE-GCS Inter-Corporate

Topgolf Tournament

SPE

5/10/21 – 5/14/21 17 2021 Electric Submersible Pump

(ESP) Symposium

Student Chapters TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY Past and Upcoming Activities

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UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON Past and Upcoming Activities

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Event Recap

Announces 2020 Award 20 SPE Recipients

Directory

21 2020–2021 Directory

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING – DECEMBER 17 Please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone. You can also dial in using your phone. Gulf Coast Section

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CHAIR’S CORNER

DECEMBER 2020

Simeon Eburi 2020-2021 SPE-GCS Chair ¡Adios 2020! and Scholarship Endowment Fund Update When we rang in the new year and the beginning of a decade back in January, no one anticipated that 2020 would turn out to be the year it has been. It is typical around the world for people to hope for a new year full of blessings, good health, prosperity and happiness. There is no question that 2020 has been a challenging year because of the pandemic and industry downturn. I could write this entire article about the year’s challenges, but as we enter the holiday season, I will focus on the positive side of 2020 and provide an update on our SPE-GCS Scholarship Endowment Fund (SEF) efforts. Here are some of the unexpected benefits that 2020 brought: Since around March, some companies in our industry have allowed employees to work full time and remotely from home. This has allowed employees to have a better work-life balance, spending more time at home with family and less time commuting to and from work. Families are connecting virtually more frequently with relatives who are unable to travel or visit. Working from home has also allowed professionals to be more intentional with their connections and use virtual platforms to reach local and international colleagues more regularly. Within SPE, our members have benefitted from attending SPE events, conferences and Distinguished Lecturer presentations worldwide via webinars and virtual platforms. In previous years, international SPE conferences and events were harder to attend for members not willing or able to physically travel to the event locations. The resilience that we have shown as humans in these unprecedented times has been unbelievable. In my October Connect "Chair’s Corner" article, I promised I would provide an update on the Scholarship Endowment Fund. As of November 1st, 2020, SPE-GCS members have raised a total of $570,246! These funds are from donations from individual SPE members, former scholarship recipients, company matches and a few company donations. In 2015, the SPE-GCS Board of Directors launched the SEF to ensure that we will always be able to fund an adequate number of scholarships, even

during industry downturns. The goal of the SEF is $6 million. While we understand that the energy industry has been going through challenging times the past few years, we are committed to continuing to fundraise toward this goal. More information can be found at spegcs.org/spegcsscholarship-fund/. The recipients of our scholarships are the future of energy. They are the bright minds who will find creative solutions and assist the industry in the multi-decade transition to a less carbon-intensive energy environment, while also meeting huge future energy demands around the world. The SEF Committee has been actively reaching out to our GCS members to ask those who are able to give to consider donating to the SEF as they start their gift-planning season. To reach our goal, we will also need more support from companies and major corporations. I ask that you consider including the SEF during your business planning cycle. There are no donations too small; anything will help toward our fundraising goal. You can donate at spegcs.org/forms/ scholarship-donation-one-time/. In the US, Election Day is now behind us, but the impact of US election results on the energy industry and the world is still uncertain. Baker Hughes reports 296 rigs in the US, an increased number compared to previous months. The US Energy Information Administration (EIA) shared the International Energy Outlook 2020 (IEO2020), which indicated the pandemic will lead to "market transitions" for the US. In 2019, the US became a total energy exporter–net trade importer for crude oil, but a net trade exporter for natural gas, coal and petroleum products. The EIA report also showed that IEO2019 projected that petroleum and other liquids will be the most-used energy source until approximately 2050, when renewables will become the most-used energy source. Within SPE-GCS, event highlights this month include: Oil Patch writing by Jeanne Perdue, organized by the Continuing Education Committee; and the HSE&S Webinar: Guidance to improve the effectiveness of process safety management systems in operating facilities hosted by the HSE&S Study group. Check the events calendar for more information and to register. I wish you all a happy holiday season! Until next month, Simeon Back to Table of Contents


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3.11.21 - YOUNG PROFESSIONALS SPE-GCS INTER-CORPORATE TOPGOLF TOURNAMENT 5.10-14.21 - ELECTRIC SUBMERSIBLE PUMP SYMPOSIUM

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MEMBERSHIP REPORT

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The Gulf Coast Section (GCS) was established on December 13, 1935. The mission of GCS is part of our Bylaws which were amended by vote of the Board of Directors on February 16, 2016, and by vote of the general membership on April 20, 2017.

SPE-GCS MISSION The mission of the Section shall be the promotion of mutual cooperation in furthering the objectives of the Society of Petroleum Engineers International, Inc. This shall be accomplished by: I. Providing forums that afford members the opportunity to upgrade and maintain professional competence. II. Providing social interaction that increases member participation in Section activities as a whole, while striving to maintain the integrity of the Section. III. Supporting programs in local primary and secondary schools to encourage students to develop their abilities in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. IV. Supporting engineering programs at the university level. V. Enhancing the image of the Oil and Gas Industry by sponsoring community service programs.

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BUDDY WOODROOF

DECEMBER 2020

THEN & NOW DECEMBER 2000

Woodside Petroleum Ltd.'s independent directors late last month rejected as "inadequate" a sweetened offer by an Australian unit of the Royal Dutch/Shell Group to gain a 56 percent controlling interest in that company, up from the 34.3 percent it now holds. The bid for Woodside, which operates Australia's massive Northwest Shelf LNG export venture, marks Shell's continuing expansion into the Asia-Pacific natural gas market. The going was easier for Shell in New Zealand, where the New Zealand Commerce Commission approved the sale of gas-focused Fletcher Challenge Energy Ltd. to units of Shell and Apache Corp. Rhetoric at the Sixth Conference of the Parties to the UN Convention on Climate Change betrayed troubling political motives. French Pres. Jacques Chirac urged representatives from the US to "cast aside their doubts and hesitations" about the need for drastic response to climate change, asserting, "Each American emits three times more greenhouse gases than a Frenchman." (That last comment is certainly up for debate!)

Light sweet crude: $34.00/bbl Natural gas: $6.90/MMbtu

DECEMBER 2010 The American Petroleum Institute announced that it supports the state-based voluntary chemical registry that is being jointly developed by the Groundwater Protection Council and the Interstate Oil & Gas Compact Commission. "The states are the proper authority for determining requirements for chemical disclosure, so a program developed by the GWPC and endorsed by the IOGCC is a step toward a solution on disclosure," API Pres. Jack N. Gerard stated. He added, "But it is critical that we ensure confidential business information is protected, and we will work with the GWPC to improve the reporting elements.” Critics of hydraulic fracturing argue that full disclosure of frac fluid chemicals is essential to protect drinking water supplies. One Democratic U.S. Senator and three Democratic U.S. Representatives introduced bills in 2009 to require

DECEMBER 2005

Sen. Bill Nelson (D-Fla.) said a Nov. 30 letter from Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld to the Senate Armed Services Committee indicates that oil and gas operations would be incompatible with defense activities in parts of the eastern Gulf of Mexico. Drilling structures and associated development would be incompatible with missile flights, low-flying drone aircraft, weapons testing and training, and other military activities in those areas, Secretary Rumsfeld told the committee. Five oil company executives who were summoned to a Senate joint committee hearing on oil prices Nov. 9 find themselves in a Washington politics game. At the hearing, Sen. Frank L. Lautenberg (D-NJ) asked if the executives or representatives of their companies participated in Vice President Dick Cheney’s energy task force in 2001. Four answered "no," and the fifth said he wasn’t with his company at the time. A week later, the Washington Post reported on a document indicating the executives or representatives of their companies did meet with the Cheney task force. Gotcha! Lautenberg requested an investigation by the Justice Department of possible violations of the federal “false statements” statute. Lautenberg’s witch hunt, like the tawdry hearing from which it emerged, does nothing to fortify confidence in the ability of Congress to deal with energy.

Light sweet crude: $57.79/bbl Natural gas: $12.49/MMbtu this, and to place fracing regulation under the federal Safe Drinking Water Act. The US Supreme Court plans to address legal questions with potential to expose emitters of greenhouse gases to huge liability for harm from natural phenomena. The court agreed to hear an appeal in a case comparable to one in which oil companies are said to be liable for Gulf Coast damage from Hurricane Katrina in 2005. The case now moving onto the high court's agenda involves the electricpower industry. In Connecticut v. American Electric Power, environmental groups and the State of New York claimed emissions of carbon dioxide by major power producers aggravated global warming and caused beach erosion, drought and floods. Movement to the Supreme Court has ramifications for the case involving oil companies and Continued on next page...


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Hurricane Katrina: Comer v. Murphy Oil. In that case, an appellate court refused to rule after several judges withdrew because of conflicts of interest, essentially inviting parties to seek a Supreme Court ruling. Another oil industry case, Kivalina v. ExxonMobil, also is working through the courts. In it, native Alaskans say warming caused by oil company emissions is melting Arctic sea ice and hurting fishing.

Light sweet crude: $82.20/bbl Natural gas: $3.97/MMbtu

THE REST OF THE YARN This month ... McCarthy makes a run at reclaiming his glory (raucous) days. McCarthy’s life would not end gracefully. He dragged himself back from Bolivia in 1957, bruised, battered, and, if not exactly penniless, no longer a rich man. Unable to build a pipeline to transport the natural gas he had discovered, he sold his Bolivian interests to a group of American companies for $1.5 million, much of which he used to repay debts. His only asset of value was the Shamrock’s aging nightclub, his beloved Cork Club, which was owned by its members. In a stab at reclaiming his glory days, McCarthy removed the club from the Shamrock and reopened it atop a downtown office building. There he emerged as a nightclub impresario, hosting glittering floor shows packed with dancing girls and Las Vegas-style entertainers such as Soupy Sales and Mel Torme. McCarthy’s real passion, though, appeared to be bourbon. Every few months the papers carried a new item about a fistfight or car accident. By 1964, the Cork Club was in decline. Membership, once near 6,000 people, had fallen by twothirds. It was losing money. McCarthy fired the dancing girls. In the coming years, the club’s reputation grew increasingly sordid. In 1967, the Houston vice squad launched an investigation after a guest claimed McCarthy had hosted an “orgy” at the club, complete with live sex acts atop the tables, but nothing came of it. By 1971, it was over. Membership was down to almost nothing. McCarthy announced he was closing the club. Houston shrugged. In 1972, McCarthy sold his mansion, the one he and his wife, Faustine, had built in 1937, to a developer, who swiftly demolished it and put up apartments. Quietly, so quietly no one noticed, the McCarthys moved into a modest house in the suburb of La Porte.

Next month ...The story of Glenn McCarthy has one final chapter.

DECEMBER 2020

HISTORY QUIZ Who was the dairy farmer who struck oil while drilling for water for his cows, and ultimately leveraged the discovery into an independent oil company with over three thousand gas stations? If you would like to participate in this month’s quiz, e-mail your answer to contest@spe.org by noon, December 15. The winner, who will be chosen randomly from all correct answers, will receive a $50 gift card to a nice restaurant (courtesy of the ProTechnics Division of Core Laboratories).

ANSWER TO NOVEMBER’S QUIZ

Peru was the first South American country to report a true oil discovery, specifically in its Zorritos field in 1867.

Congratulations to October’s winner, Eugene Kim with Encino Energy.

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STUDY GROUP

HSE & SUSTAINABILITY Improving the Effectiveness of Process Safety Management Systems Process Safety Management (PSM) systems at operating facilities in the oil and gas and chemical manufacturing industries have matured over the past 25 years and been shown to be effective in reducing the number and severity of PS incidents. Recently, however, several noteworthy PS events have occurred in the US, bringing into question the effectiveness of current PSM programs. This presentation will provide a review of several accident trends from the oil and gas and chemical manufacturing industries and the factors at play that have led to these events. Each of the factors will be discussed along with a path forward to improve the effectiveness of PSM programs.

STEWARD BEHIE, PHD

Dr. Stewart Behie is the interim director of the Mary Kay O’Connor Process Safety Center and a professor of practice at the Department of Chemical Engineering at Texas A&M University. Before joining Texas A&M, Behie was the manager of safety and process risk in the corporate HES Risk group in Oxy’s Houston office, following work in the Middle East and Canada. He holds a bachelor's, master's and a doctoral degree in chemical engineering.

NORTHSIDE Applications of Single Point Gas-Lift Displace ESP’s and Beam Lift There are many good reasons gas-lift should have always been the primary lift method for unconventional wells. Now it's finally taking over. However, the “conventional” way of doing gas-lift was developed for much different reservoirs, wells and circumstances, when compared to unconventional. A different approach – "single point" or “unconventional” gas-lift with no gas-lift valves or packers – has many advantages, which are examined in this webinar. The presentation “Single Point High Pressure Gas-Lift Replaces ESP in Permian Basin Pilot Test,” which was prepared for SPE 195180, will be included.

WILLIAM (BILL) G. ELMER, PE

William G. Elmer, PE, is vice-president of engineering for Encline Artificial Lift Technologies LLC where he is responsible for both new artificial lift and Internet of Things (IoT) product development. Prior to Encline, Elmer spent 33 years as a production and facilities engineer. Artificial lift, gas compression, and automation are the main areas of Esper's research. He has a BS in chemical engineering from Texas A&M University.

DECEMBER 2020

EVENT INFO

WHEN Thursday, December 3, 2020 12:00pm – 1:00pm

SPEAKER Stewart Behie, PhD Interim Director, Mary Kay O’Connor Process Safety Center Professor of Practice, Chemical Engineering, Texas A&M University

WEBINAR CONTACT Angelo Pinheiro - 346-219-9961 pinheiro_angelo@hotmail.com

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EVENT INFO

WHEN Tuesday, December 8, 2020 12:00pm – 1:00pm

SPEAKER William G. Elmer, PE Vice President of Engineering Encline Artificial Lift Technologies LLC

WEBINAR CONTACT David Traugott - 936-777-6204 david.traugott@nov.com

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STUDY GROUP

DECEMBER 2020

GENERAL MEETING STUDY GROUP

EVENT INFO

The Rebuilding of the American Oilfield – Joint Meeting with API

WHEN

After the greatest shock to drilling activity seen in the last several generations, the American oil and gas industry is slowly rebuilding itself, first with the restructuring of balance sheets, then with the completion of DUCs, and later with a return to drilling activity. Richard Spears will present his firm’s view for 2021 and the sequence of growth now facing the industry.

RICHARD SPEARS

Richard Spears is an owner and managing director of Spears & Associates, an oilfield market research firm founded in 1965, with over 300 clients worldwide. Spears started his career as a field engineer for Halliburton and has worked on every continent except for Antarctica. Richard is on the board of directors of Varel International Energy Services, a global manufacturer of drill bits and completion equipment, and Advanced Industrial Devices, a manufacturer of artificial lift controls. He has held board seats for Abrado Wellbore Services, Allied Horizontal Wireline Services, Evolution Engineering, Universal Pegasus, Federal Flange and W-Technology Link.

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Tuesday, December 8, 2020 11:00am – 1:00pm

SPEAKER Richard Spears Owner and Managing Director Spears & Associates

WEBINAR CONTACT Barry Faulkner - 281-627-8790 barryf1944@gmail.com

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COMPLETIONS AND PRODUCTION Dual Fracturing Operations – Logistics and Best Practices Dual frac is a novel way to obtain significant pumping efficiency by pumping into two wells simultaneously with one frac crew. The method requires a significant amount of planning to align all the field services precisely and to prepare for any sub-surface pressure reactions that may require real-time job design changes. The stimulation job design, perforation schemes, on-site service providers, pumping equipment and monitoring must be planned and optimized to ensure safe and effective stimulation treatment. This presentation will examine a step-by-step demonstration of planned activities, the method of execution, and operational gains made when comparing a zipper frac versus dual frac operation.

CHRIS CAPLIS

Chris Caplis is the completions manager for Sundance Energy. With more than 20 years of drilling and completions experience, Caplis has a keen interest in advancing well stimulation and completion practices with a science-based approach to understanding the subsurface in conjunction with data analytics. Caplis was the first to successfully implement the dual frac approach in the Eagleford shale. He has a degree in petroleum engineering from Louisiana Tech.

RESERVOIR CO2 Storage by the Numbers: A Primer

As interest in carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) accelerates, the need for CO2 storage is greater than ever. This presentation highlights key terminology and concepts of CO2 storage, focusing on storage capacity, injectivity and long-term containment. While these topics can be highly technical, this primer provides both a high-level overview for those new to the subject and a lower level review for engineers and geoscientists engaged in producing oil and gas projects. There is also an introduction to 45Q tax credit that provides a financial incentive for storage projects in the US, and the SRMS that establishes a standard for quantifying storage capacity. The key takeaway is that the skillset of oil and gas professionals is ideally suited to developing CO2 storage sites.

JOHN WAGGONER

John Waggoner is a reservoir engineer advisor at EniPetroleum and currently seconded to OGCI Climate Investments as a senior subsurface engineer. He has BS, MS, and PhD degrees in petroleum engineering from UT Austin, and worked at Sandia National Laboratories and Schlumberger prior to joining Eni. Waggoner was an SPE Distinguished Lecturer on the topic of 4D seismic and chaired the SEG Development & Production Committee.

DECEMBER 2020

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WHEN Wednesday, December 9, 2020 12:00pm – 1:00pm

SPEAKER Chris Caplis Completions Manager Sundance Energy

WEBINAR EVENT CONTACT Kanat Iskaliyev - 724-263-4538 kanat.iskaliyev@libertyfrac.com

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WHEN Thursday, December 10, 2020 11:30am – 1:00pm

SPEAKER John Waggoner Senior Subsurface Engineer OGCI Climate Investments

WEBINAR CONTACT Lotanna Ohazuruike - 346-317-5844 o.lotanna@outlook.com

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DATA ANALYTICS Staying Nimble in the Adapting Energy Industry – the Agile Way SPE GCS Analytics Study Group invites you to learn about key soft skills for data analytics professionals which are being increasingly adopted by energy companies to increase productivity. Come join a highly accomplished coach who will unravel Scrum, Sprint, Kanban and like buzzwords, and advise you on how to deal with uncertainty in your professional projects. Have you ever felt like you are spread too thin and everyone wants everything from you now, the work is piling up on your virtual desk, and there is no way you are going to catch up with all of it? Developers have the ability to speak knowledgeably about Scrum, Kanban, Sprint, and other jargon used regarding different management methods. Why not try to learn what these management methods are and implement them into your own life? Perhaps stealing a few ideas from the developers’ world would help you to manage your workload? You might also be wondering what the VUCA world is, so please join us for this presentation in order to figure it all out!

DECEMBER 2020

EVENT INFO

WHEN Tuesday, December 15, 2020 11:30am – 1:00pm

SPEAKER Alex Kudinov Managing Director Tandem Coaching Partners

WEBINAR EVENT CONTACTS Pushpesh Sharma s.pushpesh@gmail.com Mariela Araujo mariela.Araujo@shell.com

ALEX KUDINOV

Alex Kudinov is a devoted technologist, agilist, professional coach, trainer, product manager and creative problem solver. He is adept at bringing complex multi-million-dollar software products to the market in both startup and corporate environments and possesses proven experience in building and maintaining customer-focused team culture. Kudinov is a Professional Certified Coach with ICF, Scrum Alliance Certified Enterprise Coach, Professional Scrum Trainer with Scrum.org, Kanban Coaching Professional and Accredited Kanban Trainer.

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WESTSIDE Design and Execution of a High-Rate Water Pack in a Deviated Offshore Gas Well This presentation will describe a high-rate water pack performed on a relatively long deviated interval in a shelf gas well. The well involved a 420-foot MD zone (two, 120-foot perforated intervals with a 170-foot MD unperforated interval in between). The challenge was pumping above frac pressure/frac rate, while placing a competent annular pack. Since it was not possible to run a preferred diagnostic tracer log, bottomhole gauge data were used, along with a method for horizontal open-hole gravel pack analysis, to estimate the quality of the annular pack placement. The presentation will discuss the design, execution and post-job evaluation of the high-rate water pack.

MADALINA TATULESCU

Madalina Tatulescu holds an MSc in mechanical engineering from the National Institute of Applied Sciences in Toulouse, France. She has worked globally in the oil and gas industry for 24 years. She began her career with Schlumberger Dowell as a cementing field engineer and subsequently moved into sand control pumping and tools. Tatulescu joined Chevron in 2012 as a sandface completions engineer.

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT 2020 Oil and Gas Outlook: Restructuring and Recovery After a volatile 2020, over 80 E&Ps and service companies declared bankruptcy, driven by lower oil demand and prices and increased financial stress. The industry is not out of the woods yet. Although oil and gas prices are expected to recover over the next 12 months, borrowing bases could still decrease year-on-year. The business development study group will kick off 2021 with a restructuring and bankruptcy panel featuring executives from operators and advisory firms. The panel will discuss the impact of the oil and gas markets on restructuring, as well as how to successfully navigate and exit bankruptcy.

DECEMBER 2020

EVENT INFO

WHEN Wednesday, December 16, 2020 12:00pm – 1:00pm

SPEAKER Madalina Tatulescu Sandface Completions Engineer Chevron

WEBINAR CONTACT Derek Key - 713-328- 2443 derek.key@corelab.com

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EVENT INFO

WHEN Wednesday, January 20, 2021 3:30pm – 5:00pm

SPEAKER TBD

WEBINAR CONTACT Thomas Shattuck - 281-217-6206 tshattuck@deloitte.com


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COMMITTEES

DECEMBER 2020

WHERE ARE THEY NOW? Past Scholarship Winner: Stephanie (Goettle) Hertzog The Scholarship Committee conducted a survey of past recipients of the SPEGCS scholarship. If you’re considering donating to the SPE-GCS scholarship fund or hiring an SPE-GCS scholarship winner, you’ll be glad to know that the program has enjoyed considerable success over the past six decades. Here is Stephanie (Goettle) Hertzog 's story:

"I received an SPE scholarship my freshman year, then declared chemical engineering as my major in my sophomore year." I was incredibly grateful to have had my entire undergraduate education funded through scholarships. I was fortunate that SPE was flexible in allowing students to receive scholarships even when they were still undecided on a major. I received an SPE scholarship my freshman year, then declared chemical engineering as my major in my sophomore year. Even as a chemical engineer, I have spent the majority of my career in the

oil and gas space. I have over 20 years of experience in the energy industry and have spent most of my career in service businesses focusing on general management, strategy, and sales and marketing. I started my career as a process engineer at Celanese. I worked as an engagement manager with McKinsey and then joined PSC, an environmental services firm in need of a turnaround, as senior VP of strategy. After PSC became profitable, I joined Exterran, where I held several roles, including as VP of sales and marketing, VP of strategy, and VP of product lines. I later became senior VP at Tally Energy Services, where I was responsible for sourcing acquisitions in the directional drilling, completions and artificial lift spaces. I joined SPE and found events to be a great way to meet the technical minds advancing these fields. I would tell today’s SPE-GCS scholarship students that the petroleum industry has had a rough time over the last six years, with more downs than ups. You may find you have to work to find that first job and you may have to settle for something that

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COMMITTEES

DECEMBER 2020

CONTINUING EDUCATION

EVENT INFO

Oil Patch Writing

WHEN

Unlike generic technical writing courses, this petroleum-specific class will focus on upstream jargon and oil industry writing standards following the Society of Petroleum Engineers Style Guide. Developed for engineers and geoscientists, especially those with English as a second language, this course starts by defining the parts of speech as building blocks, then teaches students how to build strong sentences, paragraphs and documents that are clear, concise and correct. Grammar, usage, capitalization and punctuation rules are covered using writing examples taken from real-life oil industry writings. Microsoft Word tips for formatting text, figures, tables and equations will be shared, along with editing and proofreading techniques for polishing the final writing product.

JEANNE PERDUE

Jeanne Perdue received a BS in chemistry from the State University of New York at Albany. She started her career as a chemist at Texaco Research Laboratories. Perdue then became an oil and gas journalist for Hart's E&P magazine and launched the award-winning Upstream Technology magazine. She is now a technical writer at Occidental Petroleum.

Tuesday, December 8, 2020 8:30am – 4:30pm

SPEAKER Jeanne Perdue Technical Writer Occidental Petroleum

WEBINAR CONTACT John Jackson - 346-268-8521 jjackson@cudd.com

EVENT PRICING Members/Non-Members: $25

Students/MiT/Retired SPE: $25

REGISTER ONLINE

SOCIETY OF PETROLEUM ENGINEERS GULF COAST SECTION SPE Young Engineer of the Year (YEOY) 2021 Nominations Are Now Open!

The YEOY nomination deadline is approaching! Submit your CV/resume and nomination letter to spe-gcs@spe.org with the subject line: YEOY – Nominee Name.

Gulf Coast Section

Young Engineer of the Year criteria: • Must be under 35 years of age and an active member of SPE • Must demonstrate a strong technical and volunteering background • Must not be a past award recipient of the SPE International Young Member Outstanding Service Award Nominations are due by December 1, 2020. Winners will be honored during the 2021 Houston Engineers Week, scheduled for February. Back to Table of Contents


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COMMITTEES

MEMBERS IN TRANSITION (MIT) MiT Seminar Series #53: Co-Hosted with AAPG The SPE Members in Transition Seminar Series is designed to include a selection of topics of interest to SPE members who are transitioning between jobs during the current industry downturn or looking for new career opportunities. This month’s meeting will be held via webinar. Please see the link below to register. Program 1: Developing as a Leader When you are in “transition,” or even thinking of moving to a new role, you can make the best use of your time and efforts by developing your leadership skills. This presentation will cover: • Trustworthiness and integrity • Self- and situation-awareness • Verbal and non-verbal communications • The importance of building relationships • The ability to teach and mentor without expectation of returns

JIM ROSS

Jim Ross is a 40-year veteran of the oil and gas industry with extensive leadership and technical experience in all phases of production operations. Ross has a proven track record for developing leaders at all levels as well as coaching and mentoring individuals in all walks of life. He is passionate about connecting people, processes and ideas to improve growth and results.

Program 2: Career Transition: Perspectives and Practices Mark Tanenbaum, a career consultant with LHH, will provide a compelling case for adopting and applying a set of career transition practices. Topics include personal branding, marketing plan development, networking and interview readiness.

MARK TANENBAUM Mark Tanenbaum has been a consultant, executive coach and workforce engagement facilitator for over 20 years. Many of his engagements involve essential team and individual communications skills and methods required for leaps in team performance, especially in settings involving cross-generational challenges. His work is strongly based on learning organization concepts, including executive reflection, mindfulness and accelerated development.

DECEMBER 2020

EVENT INFO

WHEN Friday, December 11, 2020 11:00am – 1:30pm

SPEAKERS Jim Ross Oil and Gas Operations Consulting Advisor Upstream Operations Solutions LLC Mark Tanenbaum Talent Development Consultant Lee Hecht Harrison

WEBINAR CONTACTS Yetunde Okediji - 817-845-5876 yetunde.okediji@gmail.com Susan Howes - 713-553-5020 c.susan.howes@gmail.com

EVENT PRICING Members: $15

Non-Members: $25

Students/MiT/Retired SPE: $10 Walk-ins: $25

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SPECIAL EVENTS

DECEMBER 2020

YOUNG PROFESSIONALS SPE-GCS Inter-Corporate Topgolf Tournament The Second Annual SPE-GCS Topgolf tournament will be returning this February. Registration for individuals and teams is now open! With hundreds of professionals in the oil and gas industry in attendance, this is an event you and your company will not want to miss!

EVENT INFO

WHEN Thursday, March 11, 2021 6:00pm – 9:00pm

LOCATION Topgolf Houston-Katy 1030 Memorial Brook Blvd Houston, TX 77084

CONTACT Vincent Florentine - 918-521-2587 vincent.florentine@nov.com Ryan Akbar - 346-387-0469 rakbar@reservoirdata.com

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SPECIAL EVENTS

ELECTRIC SUBMERSIBLE PUMP (ESP) SYMPOSIUM 2021 Electric Submersible Pump Symposium The SPE Gulf Coast Section 2021 Electric Submersible Pumps Symposium brings together some of the foremost ESP technical experts from around the world. Make a Plan to Maximize the Benefits of 21ESPS The Organizing and Technical Program committees have been busy working on plans for the 2021 ESP Symposium. Take a look at some of the features and events that can help you plan and maximize the benefits of participating in this great event. Sponsorship & Advertising Opportunities Are Now Open! Give your organization maximum exposure to an audience of E&P professionals through one of our many sponsorship and advertising opportunities. Exhibit Your Organization ESPS offers an excellent opportunity to showcase your products and services to a knowledgeable audience ready to see the latest technologies and products relating to ESP’s. World Class Technical Program We had a tremendous response to the call for papers that has translated to a highquality technical program. Continuing Education We are planning for three excellent continuing education courses to help you expand your ESP knowledge. Special Events Technical demonstrations, break-out sessions and networking events are among some of the special events being planned. Have Fun! Plan to join in the fun at our golf tournament to round out the week’s activities. You can find all the up-to-date details on the event website. Click on Event Info.

DECEMBER 2020

EVENT INFO

WHEN May 10-14, 2021 8:00am – 5:00pm

KEYNOTE SPEAKER Shauna Noonan 2019 - 2020 SPE President

LOCATION The Woodlands Waterway Marriott Hotel & Convention Center 1601 Lake Robbins Dr The Woodlands, TX 77380

EVENT SCHEDULE May 10, 2021 Continuing Education Classes May 10, 2021 Evening Welcome Reception & Exhibition May 11 – 13, 2021 Technical Program & Exhibition May 14, 2021 ESP Symposium Golf Tournament

CONTACT EVENT CHAIR

Lissett Barrios - 281-725-3997 lissett.barrios@shell.com SPONSORSHIPS / EXHIBITS

Cheri Vetter Wilke - 713-416-8549 cheri.wilke@borets.com

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STUDENT CHAPTERS

DECEMBER 2020

TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY Past & Upcoming Activities Recap IHS Markit Lecture Series We would like to acknowledge Dr. Alireza Haghighat and Mr. James Ewert of IHS Markit for sharing their expertise with Texas A&M SPE student members. Throughout October, 40 students learned how to navigate the IHS Harmony Forecast and IHS Harmony Reservoir packages available through Harmony Enterprise software. Upon completing the lecture series, 12 students received a certificate for presenting their well analysis project using IHS Harmony Enterprise software.

• GOHFER – Mr. Andy Benson Topic: Introduction to GOHFER, a planar 3D geometry fracture simulator

Upcoming TAMU-SPE Events We would like to invite interested companies to collaborate for these upcoming events next spring. Please reach out to Julie Nguyen (ahn_tamu@tamu.edu) and Keaton Upshaw (tamu.spe.vpe@gmail.com) for more information.

• Texas A&M University – Dr. Siddarth Misra Topic: Machine Learning Applications in Geoscience

• Career Enhancement Event – January 22, 2021 • Steven A. Holditch Sporting Clays Tournament – February 2021 • Crawfish Boil – March 2021 Technical Exhibition and Networking Event The TAMU-SPE Conference Committee would like to invite interested professionals and companies to participate in the upcoming Technical Exhibition and Networking Event, scheduled for January 23-24. The technical exhibition session aims to showcase current leading technologies, while the professional networking event teaches students and young professionals about various career paths in the petroleum industry. If you would like to collaborate with us for this event, please reach out to Debora Martogi (demartog@tamu.edu).

• FESCO – Mr. Justin Findley Topic: Data Acquisition Technology • PowerBI – Ms. Alejandra Angulo and Mr. Trevor Greer Topic: PowerBI Intro to Oil Data Modeling and Visualization • Decision Frameworks – Mr. Luis Mendoza and Ms. Ellen Coopersmith Topic: Decision Quality in the Oil and Gas Industry

• Peloton Topic: Well Data Lifecycle • Aramco Services Company – Dr. Chicheng Xu Topic: Machine Learning for Carbonate Vuggy Facies Classification If you are interested in collaborating with our student chapter, please do not hesitate to reach out to Julie Nguyen (ahn_tamu@tamu.edu) and Keaton Upshaw (tamu.spe. vpe@gmail.com). Publication Contact: Debora Martogi (demartog@tamu.edu) TAMU SPE Website: spe.tamu.edu

STUDENT CHAPTER DIRECTORY

Fall Technical Talks, Webinars and Recruitments Our student chapter would like to offer thanks for the continued industry support we've received this fall, despite the ongoing pandemic. We would like to acknowledge several industry professionals and companies for sharing their expertise and bringing insightful information and discussions to our student members. We value your time and contribution to educating our members.

HOUSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE

• Chesapeake Energy – Mr. David Jones Topic: Candidate Selection for Shut-in and Field Level Observations

UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON

Marian Kahlia Gager

RICE UNIVERSITY Yali Li: xd6@rice.edu

TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY

Dean Murphy: deanmurphyiii@tamu.edu Lotanna Vitus Ohazuruike: president.uhspe@gmail.com

PRAIRIE VIEW A&M Au Myia C Collins

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STUDENT CHAPTERS

DECEMBER 2020

UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON Past & Upcoming Activities Recap Introduction to CMGL Workflows Workshop UH-SPE collaborated with CMG to hold an "Introduction to CMGL Workflows" course. The course allowed students to learn the basics of reservoir simulations latest preand post-processing technology for CMG simulators. Participants received certificates for their attendance. Third General Meeting with Turbo Chem UH-SPE hosted its third general meeting with a presentation by James Berry on "Novel Techniques for Curing Lost Circulation and Achieving Zonal Isolation in Extremely Fractured Carbonates." This was a great opportunity for students to network and discover more about lost circulation in drilling. Thanksgiving Food Drive UH-SPE collaborated with UH SPWLA to host a canned food drive to give back to the community and feed those in need. Steps to Obtaining A Professional Engineering (PE) License UH-SPE hosted a presentation with Amjad Abdelrahman on the steps to obtain a professional engineering license. This talk covered how to become a professional engineer and the needed preparation for the PE exam. Practical Aspects of EOR Projects Technical Half Day Course UH-SPE presented a technical half-day course on the practical aspects of EOR projects, led by Dr. Ganesh C. Thakur. Students got the opportunity to widen their knowledge on EOR. Career Planning in Cyclic Industries UH-SPE hosted a talk with Dr. Ganesh C. Thakur on career planning in cyclic industries. This was a great opportunity for students to ask questions and receive tips on career planning. Technical Writing Workshop UH-SPE hosted a professional technical writing workshop led by instructor Jeanne Perdue. The workshop covered how to write a technical paper using SPE formatting and how to edit final reports, set up a table of contents and shortcuts, and more.

Second General Meeting UH-SPE hosted its second general meeting with Kongsberg to allow students to learn about digital twins programs and network with company representatives. UH-SPE STEM at Home Contest UH-SPE started its STEM at Home Contest in which UH and non-UH-SPE members got an opportunity to create a 10-minute experiment that thoroughly explains a STEM concept and that can be understood by kindergarteners through middle-schoolers. Thermodynamics of Phase Equilibria - Technical Half Day Course UH-SPE hosted a course with Dr. Birol Dindoruk on the "Introduction to PVT and Fluid Properties for Petroleum Engineering Applications." Students got the opportunity to learn different oil and gas fluid properties regarding pressure, volume, and temperature, along with their applications to the petroleum industry. Marathon Oil Information Session UH-SPE hosted an information session in partnership with Marathon Oil. This session gave students the opportunity to meet and network with company representatives and ask questions regarding the recruitment process. Machine Learning 101 in the Midland Basin UH-SPE hosted "Machine Learning 101 in the Midland Basin" with Ted Cross. This presentation gave students the opportunity to learn about the key components for machine learning in unconventional resources. Upcoming Events: IHS Training Workshop SPE Student Paper Contest


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EVENT RECAP

DECEMBER 2020

SPE Announces 2020 Award Recipients Please congratulate SPE’s 2020 International Awards recipients from the Gulf Coast Section. These awards recognize members who have contributed exceptional service and leadership to the society and the community, as well as those who have made major professional contributions to their technical disciplines. The SPE International Awards are also global in scope, recognizing members who have made industry-wide achievements or provided significant local impact. These awards were presented in October during ATCE 2020 in Houston.

2020 INTERNATIONAL AWARDS RECIPIENTS Honorary Membership Alfred (Dan) Hill, Texas A&M University Ronald L. Hinn, PetroSkills D. Nathan Meehan, Baker Hughes Distinguished Membership Luiz C. Amado, BHP Billiton Fred Florence, Rig Operations LLC Phaneendra B. Kondapi, University of Houston Marcelo Laprea-Bigott, Texas A&M University Marisela Sanchez-Nagel, OilField Geomechanics LLC

Stephen A. Holditch Visionary Leadership Award Stephen A. Holditch (Honored posthumously) Completions Optimization and Technology Award William D. Norman, NSI Technologies LLC Drilling Engineering Award Paul E. Pastusek, ExxonMobil Upstream Integrated Solutions Co. Formation Evaluation Award E.C. Thomas, III, Bayou Petrophysics

John Franklin Carll Award John W. Ely*, Ely & Associates Of Texas LLC

Management and Information Award Sushma K. Bhan, Shell Information Technology International BV

Anthony F. Lucas Gold Medal Hisham A. Nasr-El-Din, Texas A&M University

Projects, Facilities, and Construction Award Y. Doreen Chin, Yunka Energy LLC

(Honored posthumously) Lester C. Uren Award I. Yucel Akkutlu, Texas A&M University DeGolyer Distinguished Service Medal Anil K. Ambastha, Chevron ETC

Reservoir Description and Dynamics Award Oliver C. Mullins, Schlumberger *Automatically elected as SPE Distinguished Member

Cedric K. Ferguson Medals & Certificates Paper: Use of Far-Field Diverters To Mitigate Parent- and InfillWell-Fracture Interactions in Shale Formations Medals Junjing Zhang, ConocoPhillips Co. Jamie McEwen, ConocoPhillips Co. Certificates David D. Cramer, ConocoPhillips Co. Matt White, ConocoPhillips Co.

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2020-2021 GULF COAST SECTION

Board of Directors CHAIR

Simeon Eburi, Chevron spegcschair@gmail.com

VICE CHAIR

PROGRAMS

Carlos Torres, Royal Oaks Energy Services ctorres@roes.online

VICE PROGRAMS

Nii Nunoo, KPMG nnunoo@kpmg.com

Bharath Rajappa, ConocoPhillips bharath.rajappa@ conocophillips.com

PAST CHAIR/ ADVANCEMENT COMMITTEE

YOUNG PROFESSIONALS

Gabby Morrow, Ryder Scott gabrielle_morrow@ryderscott.com

SECRETARY

Swathika Jayakumar, Core Lab swathika.jayakumar@corelab.com

TREASURER

Reza Safari, Weatherford reza.safari@weatherford.com

Kim Salinas, ING Capital kimberly.salinas@ing.com

DIRECTORS AT LARGE 2020 – 2021

Leslie Malone lesleahmalone@gmail.com

Committee Chairs AWARDS BANQUET

DECEMBER 2020

MEMBERS IN TRANSITION (MIT) Yetunde Okediji yetunde.okediji@gmail.com

NEWSLETTER

Sarah Sameei editor@spegcs.org

SCHOLARSHIP

Eric Robken, Ashland Global erobken@ashlandinvest.com

SPORTING CLAYS

Prue Smith, BP pruee.smith@bp.com

WEB TECHNOLOGY

Lindsey Newsome Newsome Marketing Group lindseynewsome@gmail.com

Sally Ebrahimzadeh, Triple Five Energy Resources sallyz@t5energy.com

CISH

COMMUNITY SERVICES

IN-CLASS STEM TUTORING

Antonio Lazo, Chevron antonio.lazo@chevron.com

Richard Murphy stancal@windstream.net

CAREER MANAGEMENT

ESP SYMPOSIUM

SOCIAL MEDIA

Lissett Barrios, Shell - EP Americas lissett.barrios@shell.com

Davis Scott, Schlumberger daviswsd@gmail.com

COMMUNICATIONS

GOLF CHAIR

WOMEN IN ENERGY (WIN)

VICE TREASURER

Bill Davis bdavis0819@gmail.com

Board Committee Chairs John Jackson, Cudd Energy Services jjackson30180@cudd.com

Alexsandra Martinez DeGolyer and MacNaughton adinorah.martinez@gmail.com

EDUCATION

James Barry, Turbo Chem jbarry@turbochem.com

Marc Davis, Champions Cinco Pipe mdavis@ccpipellc.com

INNOVATE!

Elizabeth Cambre, Tendeka elizabeth.cambre@tendeka.com

MEMBERSHIP

Lisa Li, Houston EP yuli2008@comcast.net

Misael Uribe misaelub@yahoo.com

Kristine Kuse, Oxy kristine_kuse@oxy.com


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CONTACT CONNECT

Study Group Chairs BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT Drew Limbacher, Vencer Energy andrewlimbacher@gmail.com

Thomas Belsha, Grenadier Energy TBelsha@grenadierenergy.com

COMPLETIONS & PRODUCTION

DECEMBER 2020

PERMIAN BASIN

Aaron Burton Unconventional Oil and Gas Training waaronburton@uogtraining.com

RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT Amit Patil, OneSubsea apatil14@onesubsea.slb.com

RESERVOIR

Newsletter Committee CHAIR

Sarah Sameei editor@spegcs.org

AD SALES

Kristen Washam kwasham@spe.org

BOARD LIAISON

Kanat Iskaliyev, Liberty Oilfield Services kanat.iskaliyev@libertyfrac.com

Jody Mahoney, BHP jody.mahoney@bhp.com

COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS (CFD)

WATER & WASTE MANAGEMENT

NEWSLETTER DESIGN

WESTSIDE

SPE-GCS Office

Madhusuden Agrawal, BP madhusuden.agrawal@bp.com

DATA ANALYTICS

Sarath Ketineni, Chevron sarath.ketineni@chevron.com

DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION

Chris Lenzsch, Dell Technologies chris.lenzsch@dell.com

DRILLING

Mohammed Dooply, Schlumberger mdooply@slb.com

GENERAL MEETING

Robert Saucedo, SLC Technologies robertsaucedo@gmail.com

HSSE & SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

Angelo Pinheiro, Marathon Oil abpinheiro@marathonoil.com

Kelly Steinberg, Test America kelly.steinberg@ testamericainc.com

Derek Key, Core Lab derek.key@corelab.com

Alexsandra Martinez adinorah.martinez@gmail.com

DesignGood kristie@designgood.com

GULF COAST SECTION ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANCE Kristen Washam kwasham@spe.org

HOURS & LOCATION

10777 Westheimer Rd. Ste 1075 Houston, TX 77042 Monday – Friday 8:30am to 5:00pm* *Office is temporarily closed

CONTACT

T 713 779 9595 F 713 779 4216 For comments, contribution or delivery problems, contact: spe-gcs@spe.org

INTERNATIONAL

Pablo Perez, Bardasz pablo.perez@bardasz.com

NORTHSIDE

Taylor Butler, Southwestern Energy taylor_butler@swn.com

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