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NOVEMBER FEATURES

SPE GULF COAST SECTION

A Paradigm in RST Drilling Market Demands Drive a New Solution DRILLING

NOVEMBER 2019

Data Analytics with Human Intelligence: Outlier Analysis for Decoding Unconventional Plays PERMIAN BASIN & DATA ANALYTICS

Why Data Transparency Matters to Your Business DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION


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CONTENTS

NOVEMBER 2019

In Every Issue

NORTHSIDE

CHAIR’S CORNER Gabrielle Morrow

The 2020 Hydraulic Fracturing Market

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11/19/19

CALENDAR November 2019

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

MEMBERSHIP REPORT October 2019

Permian

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11/20/19 12 The Evolving Strategy of The DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION

YOUNG PROFESSIONALS

12/1/19 16  Volunteering at the Beacon YOUNG PROFESSIONALS 12/7/19 2019 Bicycle Build with CYCLE Houston

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YOUNG PROFESSIONALS

2/20/20 17  SAVE THE DATE!

THEN & NOW Buddy Woodroof

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VOLUNTEER SPOTLIGHT Ishita Chakraborty Jonathan Mohandessi

WESTSIDE

Study Groups

Recovery Factors in Organic Shales Using Expandable Liners and the Extreme Limited Entry Process

WOMEN IN ENERGY (WIN)

DRILLING

HSE&S

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Why Data Transparency Matters to Your Business

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PERMIAN BASIN & DATA ANALYTICS

11/5/19 08  Data Analytics with Human

11/20/19

Intelligence: Outlier Analysis for Decoding Unconventional Plays

11/20/19 13  Maximizing Refrac Treatment

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11/21/19

A Paradigm in RST Drilling Market Demands Drive a New Solution

COMPLETIONS & PRODUCTION

INNOVATE

GENERAL MEETING

11/13/19 09  Max Lift – Hp Gas Lift Systems 11/14/19 09  The US Energy Oil Boom:

What’s Next?

RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

11/14/19 10  Block Chain Network, What

Does It Mean to You?

RESERVOIR

11/14/19 11  Integrated Workflow for

Multi-Phase Multilayer PTA: Case Study of GoM Reservoir

12/3/19 14  SAVE THE DATE!

Financing A Team & A Dream – Contemporary Issues Facing the Modern O&G Startup

Committees MIT

11/8/19 15  Seminar Series #40: Joint

Meeting with SPE Petro-Tech Study Group

YOUNG PROFESSIONALS

11/17/19 16  Volunteering at the Houston

Food Bank

BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING – NOVEMBER 21

SPE-GCS Inter-Corporate TopGolf Tournament

Special Events 1/31/20 08  SAVE THE DATE!

Annual Congress

11/12/19 19  HSE & Sustainability:

Oil & Gas Environmental 101 Mini Symposium

DATA ANALYTICS

4/2/20 20  Data Science Convention 2020

(DSC20)

HSE&S

2/2020 20  SAVE THE DATE! HSE-S

Onshore Safe Lifting Symposium

Student Chapters

A&M Student Chapter 21 Texas (TAMU)

Directory

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CHAIR’S CORNER

NOVEMBER 2019

GABRIELLE MORROW 2019-2020 SPE-GCS Chair Distinguished Lecture Series The Permian Basin Study Group will host the first Distinguished Lecture of the year on Tuesday, November 5, at Core Laboratories. The discussion topic, “Data Analytics with Human Intelligence: Outlier Analysis for Decoding Unconventional Plays,” will be presented by Distinguished Lecturer Ben Stephenson. A link to the registration page can be found at spegcs.org/events/4450/. Ben Stephenson is a geoscience advisor on the Completions Effectiveness Team for Unconventionals at Shell. He holds a BA in natural sciences from Cambridge University and a PhD from Oxford University on Himalayan tectonics and metamorphism. In his 20-year career with Shell, Stephenson has worked worldwide as a subject matter expert in fractured reservoirs on conventional carbonate and geothermal fields. He now specializes in the interaction between hydraulic stimulation and the subsurface for field development decisions. Stephenson has authored more than 30 external publications on a broad range of topics, and the SPE-GCS is honored to have him present as a Distinguished Lecturer. Two case studies will be presented: the Montney play in Canada and the Marcellus play in the US. In both plays, statistical analysis of large datasets did not suffice, forcing the creation of a novel technique called “outlier analysis” in which specific hypotheses are systematically scrutinized against the production data. Emphasis is placed on understanding the very best and worst wells within the range. The outcome was a step-change improvement in well performance in both plays, which provided confidence for a major investment decision.

HSE & Sustainability Mini Symposium: Oil and Gas Environmental 101 The Health, Safety, Environmental & Sustainability Study Group will be holding a mini symposium this month on November 12 at Marathon Oil Tower in the Galleria area. Led by experienced industry professionals and environmental subject matter experts, it will provide a refresher on: • Air permitting and air emissions management • Water and wastewater management • Environmental sustainability • Regulatory risk and liability prevention The symposium will benefit new-to-industry personnel, emerging engineers and professionals, and leaders seeking to improve their awareness and understanding of the environmental considerations in E&P operations planning and execution. Registration includes refreshments, lunch and a certificate of attendance. A link to the registration page and speaker line-up can be found at spegcs.org/events/4600/. One of the utmost priorities of the Gulf Coast Section is to deliver technical education at the highest level. I encourage you to check out our online calendar for all upcoming events. Until next month, Gabrielle Morrow

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NOVEMBER CALENDAR

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NOVEMBER 2019

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• Permian Basin & Data Analytics

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06 • Completions & Production

07 • General Meeting • Reservoir • Research & Dev.

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• Board of Directors Meeting

• Digital Transformation

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12.3.19 INNOVATE: FINANCING A TEAM & A DREAM

Upcoming Special Events Mark Your Calendars

1.31.20 WOMEN IN ENERGY: ANNUAL CONGRESS 2.20.20 INTER-CORPORATE TOPGOLF TOURNAMENT 2.2020 HSE&S ONSHORE SAFE LIFTING SYMPOSIUM 4.2.20

DATA SCIENCE CONVENTION ’20


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MEMBERSHIP REPORT

Membership Through October 2019

5+21+866

1,039 NEW PROFESSIONALS 2,654 LAPSED PROFESSIONALS 815 RENEWED STUDENTS

11,716 PROFESSIONALS RENEWED

TOTAL MEMBERSHIP 20,500

October 2019 Membership: 12,755

Board of Directors Meeting

JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN

17,125 14,250 11,375 8,500

WHEN November 21, 7:30 – 10:30am WHERE SPE Houston Office:

Study Group Pricing

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Current Membership Trends

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MEMBERS: $45/$55 Walk-in NON-MEMBERS: $55 STUDENTS/MiT/Retired SPE: $20 WEBINAR: $20

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

NOVEMBER 2019

THEN & NOW NOVEMBER 1974

President Ford insists that if we can’t reduce oil imports by 1,000,000 b/d by next year, he will establish a mandatory cap on imports. Contracts are received for a $169 million expansion of the Suez Canal, which will increase its depth from 50 feet to 64 feet and its width from 295 feet to 525 feet, thus helping to accommodate larger oil tankers.

U.S. active rig count: 1,596

NOVEMBER 1989

NOVEMBER 2004

Arab nations are expected to report proved reserves of 791 billion bbl, or 57 percent of the world’s total, by the year 2000... Things could change by then!

India suddenly becomes a hotspot for oil exploration, with Reliance Industries reporting plans to invest $3.26 billion in the development and transportation of natural gas from a deepwater block off eastern India, and Cairn Energy reporting plans to explore and develop several discoveries near the Pakistan border.

The California Coastal Commission blocks the utilization of tankers to transport oil from the offshore Point Arguello field to Los Angeles, thus mandating movement of the produced oil through the All-American pipeline at a transportation cost of $5/bbl versus $1/bbl by tankering. Production shut-in appears inevitable!

WTI crude: $19.95/bbl U.S. active rig count: 1,042

Light sweet crude: $49.01/bbl Natural gas: $7.40/MMbtu U.S. active rig count: 1,251

trouble, even as rumors swept through Houston that the Shamrock was poised to close. When the Chronicle reported that he was “on the threshold of the poorhouse,” McCarthy flatly lied, claiming all his operations, including the Shamrock and the chemical plant, were running at a profit. His only problem, McCarthy claimed, was new competition from low-priced Middle Eastern oil, which was imported at $1 a barrel at a time when Texas oil cost $2.65. “Every time a barrel of foreign oil comes in America, a barrel less is produced in Texas,” he groused. “Texas is taking most of the licking, but the rest of the country will feel it before long.”

oilman going bankrupt in Texas? He was too big, people said, the Shamrock too glamorous, the times too giddy to even consider such a thing. McCarthy’s legend, in fact, continued to grow. Just three weeks after the disclosure of his government loan request, he reaped the ultimate American accolade: the cover of Time magazine. Beneath McCarthy’s portrait and an illustrated oil derrick adorned with cowboy boots and a 10-gallon hat, flexing its muscles Adonis-style, the headline read, “Texas’ Glenn McCarthy: Since Spindletop a Jillion Jackpots.”

THE REST OF THE YARN This month, McCarthy seeks financial relief at the highest levels. Speculation about McCarthy’s future spread to Washington when he was seen sliding into a side door at the White House for what officials told reporters was a private meeting with President Truman. Three months later, McCarthy stunned the financial press by confirming that he had asked the federal Reconstruction Finance Corporation – and the President – for a $70 million loan package, which if approved, would be the largest government loan ever granted a private businessperson in peacetime. Still, McCarthy denied he was in

Damage from Hurricane Ivan in the GOM has forced the shut-in of more than 320,000 b/d of crude and 1.3 bcf/d of natural gas, due in part to damage suffered by surface facilities and in part to underwater mudslides.

No one around Houston seriously believed McCarthy could go under. An

Next month, the media’s coverage of McCarthy spawns a new cultural icon.


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BUDDY WOODROOF

HISTORY QUIZ What famous Italian opera was popularly believed to have been composed in honor of the opening of the Suez Canal in 1869, and who was the composer? If you would like to participate in this month’s quiz, e-mail your answer to contest@spe.org by noon, November 15. The winner, who will be chosen randomly from all correct answers, will receive a $50 restaurant gift card, courtesy of the ProTechnics Division of Core Laboratories.

ANSWER TO SEPTEMBER'S QUIZ

The Bakken field that was the site of the play’s first horizontal well in 1987 was the Elkhorn Ranch field in North Dakota.

50,000+ bwpd INJECTION RATE

CONGRATULATIONS TO OCTOBER’S WINNER, Walt Laflin with NOV Downhole Engineering.

Success with Difficult Unconventionals 12–13 November 2019 | Houston, Texas

Improve Production, Boost Value, and Reduce Challenges in Unconventional Operations Registration is now open for the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) Geosciences Technology Workshop (GTW), Success with Difficult Unconventionals, held 12–13 November 2019 in Houston, Texas. This dynamic, engaging workshop format is designed for optimal exchange of technical information, case studies, applications, experiences, and new insights. Discover the latest technologies that are improving production, assuring safety, and boosting corporate value and what technologies will lead the future. The program includes eight main topics: • • • • • •

digitalization implementation to improve decline curves smart drilling and completions optimized fracs and refracs new primary and enhanced recovery techniques and chemicals new sensors resulting in better safety and environmental control machine and deep learning for predicting flows and equipment failure • avoiding frac interference • how the IoT is being used

Register now and learn more: aapg.to/gtw2019houston

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VOLUNTEER SPOTLIGHT

NOVEMBER 2019

ISHITA CHAKRABORTY How did you first get involved with SPE?

What is your REAL job and educational background?

I got involved around 2018 when I started attending events organized by the Data Analytics Study Group. I also attended the 2019 Data Science Convention and I was very impressed by the quality of the conference and the networking opportunities.

I have a BS, an MS and a PhD in mechanical engineering. I have experience in academic and industrial research in the fields of applied mechanics, data science and atomic force microscopy. Currently, I work as an engineering consultant with Stress Engineering Services in Houston.

What SPE study groups, committees, or volunteer events have you been involved in? I’m a member of the Events Committee of the SPE-GCS Data Analytics Study Group. I help organize various events that bring professionals in the industry together to share ideas on leveraging AI in our industry. What is your current role with SPE? I’m an Events Committee member with the SPE-GCS Data Analytics Study Group.

What is your favorite thing about SPE? We have a group of extremely dedicated volunteers working very hard to build a platform for data science in the energy industry. I’m also impressed by how frequently we’re able to organize high-quality events and that all earnings from these events go to SPE’s scholarship funds.

JONATHAN MOHANDESSI How did you first get involved with SPE?

What is your REAL job and educational background?

I first became involved with the SPE after college. I attended several networking and professional events, and this led to joining the Young Professionals community.

I work in the R&D group at Stepan Oilfield Solutions where we develop novel chemical solutions for stimulation, production, EOR and drilling applications. I received my bachelor’s degree from UT Austin and I’m currently pursuing my master’s in chemical engineering at the University of Houston.

What SPE study groups, committees, or volunteer events have you been involved in? I’ve been involved with membership. What is your current role with SPE? I’m currently the YP Membership Events Chair.

What is your favorite thing about SPE? I’ve always been impressed by the diversity and inclusivity of the SPE community. It’s been a wonderful experience to meet individuals from chapters around the world and learn about the experiences they’ve had in the oilfield.


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STUDY GROUP

NOVEMBER 2019

PERMIAN BASIN & DATA ANALYTICS Outlier Data Analysis for Decoding Unconventional Plays Thousands of wells are drilled and stimulated every year, with much data generated in the process. How can we use this information to develop our oil and gas fields most effectively? And will analytics and machine learning preclude the need for traditional scientific inquiry and modeling? In this discussion, two case studies are presented. In both plays, statistical analysis of large datasets did not suffice, forcing the creation of a technique in which hypotheses were scrutinized against the production data. The outcome was a step-change improvement in well performance in both plays, which provided confidence for a major investment decision. This methodology reminds us that the economic winners will be those that supplement data analytics and digitalization with human intelligence.

BEN STEPHENSON, SPE DISTINGUISHED LECTURER Ben Stephenson is a geoscience advisor on the Completions Effectiveness Team at Shell. He holds a BA in natural sciences from Cambridge University and a PhD from Oxford University. In his 20-year career with Shell, he has worked on conventional carbonate and geothermal fields around the world. He now specializes in the interaction between hydraulic stimulation and the subsurface for field development decisions.

EVENT INFO

WHEN Tuesday, November 5, 2019 11:30am – 1:00pm

SPEAKER Ben Stephenson Geoscience Advisor Shell

LOCATION Core Laboratories 6323 Windfern Rd Houston, TX 77040

CONTACT Samaneh Soroush samaneh.soroush19@gmail.com

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WOMEN IN ENERGY (WIN) - INNOVATE INTEGRATE INSPIRE! Friday, January 31, 2020, 7:00am – 5:00pm Petroleum Club of Houston 1201 Louisiana Street, 35th floor, Houston, TX 77002

SAVE THE DATE - ANNUAL CONGRESS The Society of Petroleum Engineer’s Women in Energy (WIN) is gearing up for another amazing Congress on January 31st, 2020 and we hope to see YOU there!

EVENT CONTACT: Nicole Tucker 832-998-3778 nicole.tucker@fogt.com

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STUDY GROUP

COMPLETIONS AND PRODUCTION Max Lift-HP Gas Lift Systems This presentation details the comparison between conventional gas lift system applications and high pressure/annular flow gas lift system applications. In Q1 of 2018, a study of the Max Lift-HP gas lift system was conducted in the Permian Basin. Results show the Max Lift-HP provides for a reduction in Flowing Bottomhole Pressure (FBHP) and increases in overall liquid production, in comparison to the conventional gas lift system application. Design comparisons with calculated FBHP and production rates illustrate the difference in overall liquid production observed in the study. Outcomes and lessons learned cover proper selection and compressor sizing, surface facility considerations and proper sizing of the gas lift equipment.

MATT YOUNG Matt Young is the technical sales manager with Flowco Production Solutions. After graduating from Texas A&M, Young started his career with BJ Services as a field engineer in the cementing division before moving into the artificial lift space. He has worked on gas lift and plunger lift installs and optimization projects throughout Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Colorado and Louisiana oil and gas fields and is a member of the SPE.

WEBINAR

GENERAL MEETING The US Energy Oil Boom: What’s Next? The US shale oil and gas boom has turned the United States into the world’s largest producer of crude oil, natural gas and natural gas liquids. With domestic needs met, US crude energy exports have soared from zero to 3mn b/d in just a few years – and continue to grow as more pipeline capacity is built to the Gulf Coast. Fueled by advantaged fuel and feedstock, US refiners have become a major supplier of refined products to Latin America and the Atlantic Basin. But how sustainable is the US shale revolution? What are the headwinds facing the industry? And where are we likely to be five years from now?

EUAN CRAIK Euan Craik is global head of crude oil at Argus, where he oversees the refined products and petrochemicals services. He has been CEO, Americas, at Argus since 2006 and has overseen the rapid growth in the company’s western hemisphere business. Prior to his move to the US, Craik held senior managerial roles in London and Moscow, giving him global insight into the markets that Argus serves.

NOVEMBER 2019

EVENT INFO

WHEN Wednesday, November 13, 2019 11:30am – 1:00pm

SPEAKERS

Matt Young Infill Well Business Development Manager Flowco Production Solutions

LOCATION Norris Conference Centre – Westchase 9990 Richmond Ave., Ste. 102 Houston, TX 77042

CONTACT Ehsan Davani - 713-485-8937 ehsan.davani@qrigroup.com

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EVENT INFO

WHEN Thursday, November 14, 2019 11:30am – 1:00pm

SPEAKERS

Euan Craik Chief Executive Office, Americas Argus Media

LOCATION Petroleum Club of Houston 1201 Louisiana St F35 Houston, TX 77002

CONTACTS Barry Faulkner - 281- 627-8790 barryf1944@gmail.com

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STUDY GROUP

RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT Blockchain Network: What Does It Mean to You? Blockchain may be the most hyped or misunderstood innovation in oil and gas since the digital oilfield. Learn from Andrew Bruce how blockchain can drive unparalleled accuracy and efficiency to the oilfield supply chain through the use of smart contracts.

ANDREW BRUCE

Andrew Bruce is a serial entrepreneur and experienced executive who launched Data Gumbo to realize billions of dollars in efficiencies across the industrial value chain. To accomplish this, Bruce is leveraging Data Gumbo’s proprietary blockchain, Internet of Things data platform and smart contracts to foster trust among counterparties, reduce barriers associated with doing business and reduce transaction time and cost. Prior to Data Gumbo, Bruce was COO for MHWirth, where he was responsible for global operations. Bruce was also the founder of the NOVOS project, a first of its kind, semi-autonomous drilling system.

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NOVEMBER 2019

EVENT INFO

WHEN Thursday, November 14, 2019 11:30am – 1:00pm

SPEAKERS Andrew Bruce CEO, DataGumbo

LOCATION SPE-GCS Office 10777 Westheimer Rd, Ste 1075 Houston, TX 77042

CONTACTS Amit Patil - 817-899-7028 apatil14@slb.com

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RESERVOIR Integrated Workflow for Multi-Phase Multilayer PTA Well diagnostics in deep, offshore Gulf of Mexico wells are vital for interpreting issues related to productivity losses, especially as interventions are costly. Multiphase flow is among the leading causes of well productivity loss. This presentation shares an integrated workflow that provides a solution to the challenge of quantifying multiphase PTA results in single and multiple commingled production cases. The workflow is used to monitor the performance of several wells over an extended period in a deep-water offshore reservoir under water/aquifer drive. It builds on a succession of PTA tests, starting from single phase flow until water breakthrough and beyond. The results provided meaningful insights that led to performance optimization.

ARASHI AJAYI Arashi Ajayi is a licensed professional engineer with experience in reservoir simulation, PTA, RTA, data analytics, intelligent well technology and distributed temperature and acoustic sensing (DTS/DAS) technology. He began his career as a reservoir engineer with Shell before joining WellDynamics. He went on to become a consultant before joining Devon as a reservoir engineering advisor. He now works as a principal reservoir engineer for BHP.

NOVEMBER 2019

EVENT INFO

WHEN Thursday, November 14, 2019 11:30am – 1:00pm

SPEAKER Arashi Ajayi Principal Reservoir Engineer BHP

LOCATION Flemings Prime Steakhouse 2405 W Alabama St Houston, TX 77098

CONTACT Deepanshu Kumar deepanshu_kumar@oxy.com

Event Sponsor:

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NORTHSIDE The 2020 Hydraulic Fracturing Market With oil companies on a forced march toward fewer rigs drilling, what’s the impact on the frac market when less drilling is combined with longer laterals, denser stages and more sand? And where is e-frac in all this? How can frac service companies survive if operators get most of the benefit? These questions and more will be addressed in this discussion.

RICHARD SPEARS Since his 1979 start driving a sand truck for Halliburton, Richard Spears has been involved in all aspects of hydraulic fracturing – designing and running frac jobs, owning proppant companies and chemical companies, sitting on the board of a leading plug and perf company, counting horsepower, inspecting equipment and helping investors deploy capital. This discussion is derived from Spears’s current global work on frac-related issues.

NOVEMBER 2019

EVENT INFO

WHEN

Tuesday, November 19, 2019 11:30am – 1:00pm

SPEAKER

Richard Spears Vice President Spears & Associates

LOCATION

Landry’s Seafood House 1212 Lake Robbins Dr The Woodlands, TX 77380

CONTACT Kelsey Ridpath - 832-796-7645 kelsey_ridpath@swn.com

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BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT The Evolving Strategy of The Permian

EVENT INFO

The Permian Basin produces more than four million barrels of oil and 14 billion cubic feet of natural gas per day. It’s been instrumental in America’s transition to a net hydrocarbon exporter, disrupting global oil and gas markets. Although the Basin has a long history of oil and gas production, the pace and scale associated with recent growth has posed many challenges.

Wednesday, November 20, 2019 5:00pm- 7:00pm

Ameredev operates the largest privately held contiguous land position in the northern Delaware Basin. The company’s president and CEO, Parker Reese, will discuss how the company has navigated these challenges to successfully grow production.

Parker Reese President and Chief Executive Officer Ameredev

PARKER REESE Parker Reese is the president and CEO of Ameredev. Prior to forming the company, he served in engineering roles at Three Rivers Operating Co. and Cimarex Energy Co. Reese graduated from Texas A&M University with a BS degree in petroleum engineering and began his career as an engineer with ConocoPhillips. He is a registered professional engineer in Texas and a member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers.

WHEN SPEAKER

LOCATION

Petroleum Club of Houston 1201 Louisiana Street Houston, TX 77002

CONTACT Heidi Epstein - 281-415-1154 heidi.epstein@energynet.com

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DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION Why Data Transparency Matters to Your Business Digital transformation is the process of adjusting data practices to take advantage of new technologies and methods. Firms need to strategize about data management, including the internal and external transparency of different types of data. A slew of new options for enabling internal data transparency are being explored, with some best practices emerging. At the same time, operators are facing conflicting pressure both to share their data with one another for the sake of improved learning for all, as well as to safeguard their data as valuable assets capable of yielding key competitive advantages. This panel will explore how leaders can navigate this pressure and discuss best practices. AGENDA: Each of the three will give a short presentation on their topics followed by a panel discussion moderated by Jim Claunch. Topics include: 1. Melinda East: Data Governance Today and Into the Future 2. Jeremy Graybill: The Importance of Good Data: A Data Science and Data Analytics Perspective 3. Alec Walker: Digital Unstructured Textual (DUT) File Management Case Studies Yield More Efficient and Informed Decision-Making

WESTSIDE Using Expandable Liners to Maximize Refrac Treatment Recovery Factors in Organic Shales

Fracture driven interactions (FDI’s) within a drilling spacing unit (DSU) have been a topic of concern in organic shales. Adverse FDI’s between wells can be eliminated with a combination of primary well refracs and infill well zipper fracs. Refracs are also significantly more cost effective than preloads, which only protect the primary well. While results from mechanical isolation have been more consistent than diverters, the issue now is determining which mechanical system is the most effective. Despite their higher initial cost, expendables are significantly more cost effective than cemented liners, when the full completion cost is considered.

BOB BARBA

Bob Barba is a recognized industry expert on refracturing mechanics and practices, having pioneered techniques to evaluate well performance in organic shales using production data and routine well log data. He has a BS degree from the US Naval Academy and an MBA degree from the University of Florida. Barba received an SPE Regional Formation Evaluation Award in 2018 and has served as an SPE Distinguished Lecturer.

NOVEMBER 2019

EVENT INFO

WHEN

Wednesday, November 20, 2019 11:00am – 1:00pm

SPEAKERS

Melinda East Head of Data Management, Equinor Jeremy Graybill Head of Data Science & Data Analytics Anadarko Alec Walker CEO, DelfinSia

LOCATION

Equinor Auditorium 2107 Citywest Blvd, Houston, TX 77042

CONTACT

Alec Walker aw@delfinsia.com

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EVENT INFO

WHEN

Wednesday, November 20, 2019 11:30am – 1:00pm

SPEAKER

Bob Barba Consultant and President Integrated Energy Services

LOCATION

Norris Center – Westchase 9990 Richmond Ave, Ste. 102 Houston, TX 77042

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

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NOVEMBER 2019

DRILLING A Paradigm Shift in RST Drilling Market Drives a New Solution

This presentation describes how a new-generation rotary steerable system was developed from a blank sheet of paper to first commercial work in just 23 months. It will address how research into customer needs drove requirement specifications that provided the direction to keep the project focused and on track, how risk was removed from the project, and how a “fail fast” philosophy and adherence to a strict cadence in testing allowed the system to be delivered so quickly. Field-test results will be covered, including the use of ultrasonic imaging during drilling to investigate hole quality.

JOHN CLEGG

John Clegg is a Weatherford Fellow in the drilling domain. He has worked with upstream technologies in engineering, manufacturing and sales and operations in multiple countries for more than 33 years. Clegg holds a master’s degree in engineering science from Oxford University, England. He holds 14 patents, has authored multiple papers and sits on the boards of three SPE sections and committees.

EVENT INFO

WHEN Thursday, November 21, 2019 11:30am – 1:00pm

SPEAKER John Clegg Weatherford Fellow, Drilling Weatherford

LOCATION Petroleum Club of Houston 1201 Louisiana Houston, TX 77002

CONTACT

Mohammed Dooply mdooply@slb.com

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INNOVATE

Tuesday, December 3rd, 2019 JW Marriott Houston Downtown 806 Main St. Houston, TX 77002)

SAVE THE DATE -

FINANCING A TEAM & A DREAM – CONTEMPORARY ISSUES FACING THE MODERN O&G STARTUP Capitalizing on the success of last year’s “Starting an E&P Company” we are pleased to announce the 2nd annual conference for O&G entrepreneurs. The event includes an outstanding lineup of speakers include Dan Pickering of Pickering Energy Partners as the keynote speaker. More information will be provided as the date approaches. Please visit our link for updates.

EVENT CONTACT: David Bowman david.bowman@ rockcliffenergy.com

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COMMITTEES

MEMBERS IN TRANSITION (MiT) MiT Seminar Series #40:

Joint Meeting with the SPE Petro-Tech Study Group

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.

PROGRAM 1

CO2 Sequestration - Enhanced Oil Recovery

David Merchant’s paper, “CO2 Sequestration - Enhanced Oil Recovery - CO2/ EOR ‘Huff-n-Puff’ in the 21st Century” targets the next evolution in the shale oil revolution. Merchant’s paper and discussion centers on the good, the bad and the ugly (flare gas) in shale oil recovery and a plan that could “put out the flare,” while recovering 2 to 3 times today’s shale oil recovery.

DAVID MERCHANT

PROGRAM 2

David Merchant is a reservoir engineer with 43 years of oil and gas experience. As a consultant, he has worked with major oil companies and independents alike. Merchant’s CO2 sequestration experience includes basin study analysis, scoping model predictions and reservoir modeling and management.

Agility

In today’s fast-changing world, agility is increasingly important. Professional agility helps you stay competent and outperform, while emotional agility helps preserve your well-being and the well-being of those around you. Topics discussed will include: self-awareness and emotional intelligence, techniques to manage change and convincing others without authority.

SINCIA SHI

PROGRAM 3

Sincia Shi is the founder of SYB Solutions LLC, specializing in executive coaching and leadership development. She is a consultant for Envision Global Leadership and a frequent guest speaker on career forums. She is a certified coach and holds an MBA from Duke University.

Techno-economic and Life Cycle Assessment of CO2- based Technologies

At Cemvita Factory Inc., feasibility studies by means of techno-economic and life cycle assessment (TEA and LCA) tools is one of the primary and major steps in developing innovative solutions for environmental challenges. This presentation will cover workflows for techno-economic and life cycle assessment of technologies that are based on the utilization of CO2 and its conversion to valueadded chemicals and biochemicals.

NOVEMBER 2019

EVENT INFO

WHEN Friday, November 8, 2019 10:00am - 3:00pm

SPEAKERS David Merchant Senior Performance Consultant, Support Services-Recruiting Services Merchant Consulting Sincia Shi Certified Executive Coach and Leadership Development Consultant SYB Solutions LLC Dr. Matin Hanifzadeh Head of Process Development Cemvita Factory

LOCATION Subsurface Consultants & Associates LLC 10700 Richmond Ave. #325 Houston, TX 77042

CONTACTS

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

EVENT PRICING

Members/Non-Members: $40/$50 Students/MIT/Retired: $15

MATIN HANIFZADEH

Matin Hanifzadeh is expertly skilled in developing technologies for low cost production of renewable fuels and chemicals from photosynthetic microorganisms, as well as biotreatment for management of industrial and municipal wastewater. Matin received his PhD from The University of Toledo.

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COMMITTEES

YOUNG PROFESSIONALS Volunteering at the Houston Food Bank

NOVEMBER 2019

EVENT INFO

Your time is a gift to hungry kids, seniors and others who may not have enough to eat. Volunteers produce the equivalent of a meal a minute while helping the Houston Food Bank sort, process and pack food – and it’s fun! The SPE-GCS YP Community Outreach Committee plans this event to help make a difference, while providing an opportunity to get to know more people from our industry.

Sunday, November 17, 2019 9:00am – 12:00pm

Volunteer projects vary based on need and may include inspecting and sorting food, repacking dry food into family-size bags, stocking and cleaning the emergency food pantry and more. Closed-toe shoes and sleeved shirts are required.

Houston Food Bank 535 Portwall St Houston, TX 77029

Please also register with the Houston Food Bank.

WHEN LOCATION

CONTACT Sally Ebrahimzadeh - 832-495-7273 speyp.communityoutreach@ gmail.com

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YOUNG PROFESSIONALS Volunteering at the Beacon Please join SPE-GCS Young Professionals in their support of The Beacon, a nonprofit organization helping the poor and homeless populations of the Houston area. Since opening in 2007, the Beacon has grown from serving 80 clients per day to serving 600 to 800 clients daily in four core programs: The Beacon Day Center, Cathedral Clinic at The Beacon, Brigid's Hope at The Beacon and Cathedral Justice Project at The Beacon. These four programs come together under one roof to provide meals, showers, laundry service, case management, medical and psychiatric care, pro bono legal services and pastoral care. More than 85 percent of The Beacon’s services are operated by volunteers. We invite SPE-GCS Young Professionals to answer the call to service and we encourage you to bring friends or family. Volunteers will prepare and serve meals and help with the laundry. Donations of gently used or new items are greatly appreciated.

EVENT INFO

WHEN Sunday, December 1, 2019 10:30am – 2:00pm

LOCATION The Beacon 1212 Prairie Street Houston, TX, 77002

CONTACT Sally Ebrahimzadeh - 832-495-7273 speyp.communityoutreach@ gmail.com

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COMMITTEES

NOVEMBER 2019

YOUNG PROFESSIONALS 2019 Bicycle Build with CYCLE Houston Please join the SPE-GCS Young Professionals for our annual event with Cycle Houston. Each year, this organization partners with elementary schools to encourage students in kindergarten through third grade to improve reading skills, behavior and attendance. Those students who commit to a special monitoring program and fulfill all necessary requirements are rewarded with a bike! SPE-GCS Young Professionals will be assisting with assembling some of 10,000 bikes to be delivered to participating students the week before Christmas. A donation of $45 USD is required per volunteer, which helps cover the cost of one bicycle. SPE will cover $20 of this fee for the first 10 registered volunteers. To learn more about Cycle Houston, please visit cyclehouston.org

EVENT INFO

WHEN Saturday, December 7, 2019 9:00am – 12:00pm

LOCATION 1 Reliant Parkway Houston, TX 77054

CONTACT Sally Ebrahimzadeh - 832-495-7273 speyp.communityoutreach@ gmail.com

EVENT PRICING MEMBERS $25 Donation to CYCLE Houston NON-MEMBERS $45 Donation to CYCLE Houston

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YOUNG PROFESSIONALS

Thursday, February 20, 2020, 5:00pm – 8:00pm Topgolf, Houston-Katy 1030 Memorial Brook Blvd, Houston, TX 77084

SAVE THE DATE SPE-GCS INTER-CORPORATE TOPGOLF TOURNAMENT The Second Annual SPE-GCS Topgolf tournament will be returning this February. With hundreds of professionals in the oil and gas industry in attendance, it’s an event your company will not want to miss! Contact David Gratvol for more information.

REGISTER ONLINE

EVENT CONTACT: David Gratvol 713-562-3866 gratvol@yahoo.com


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SPECIAL EVENTS

HSE&S HSE & Sustainability: Oil & Gas Environmental 101 This mini symposium, led by experienced industry professionals and environmental subject-matter experts, will provide a 101 refresher on air permitting and air emissions management; water and wastewater management; environmental sustainability; and regulatory risk and liability prevention. It will be of greatest benefit to new-to-industry personnel, emerging engineers and professionals, and leaders seeking to improve their awareness and understanding of the environmental considerations in E&P operations planning and execution. Registration includes refreshments, lunch and a certificate of attendance.

ROWLAN GREAVES Rowlan Greaves is a senior staff engineer with Southwestern Energy’s Government & Regulatory Affairs team. He manages the company’s Freshwater Neutral program, which seeks to restore equal volumes of freshwater used in operations back to the environment.

KIMBER HAMILTON Kimber Hamilton joined Marathon in March of 2002 as a process engineer and environmental professional. She is currently an Environmental Supervisor for the Eagle Ford Asset and has worked in the oil and gas industry for over twenty years, seventeen of those with Marathon.

KAITLYN ALLEN Kaitlyn Allen founded Global Affairs Associates (GAA), a niche sustainability consultancy that helps clients bridge business and sustainability, in 2013. GAA often works at the executive level on strategy, but also dives deep into organizations to understand the realities of work in the field.

LARRY W. NETTLES Larry W. Nettles is a partner in the Houston office of Vinson & Elkins LLP. He currently serves as the Environmental and Natural Resources Practice Group Leader, Co-Chair of Vinson & Elkins' Energy and Infrastructure practice group and Chair of the Shale and Hydraulic Fracturing Task Force. Event Sponsors:

NOVEMBER 2019

EVENT INFO

WHEN

Tuesday, November 12, 2019 8:00am – 1:00pm

SPEAKER Rowlan Greaves Senior Staff Engineer Southwestern Energy Kimber Hamilton Environmental Supervisor Marathon Kaitlyn Allen Founder Global Affairs Associates Kimber Hamilton Partner Vinson & Elkins

LOCATION Marathon Oil Tower & Conference Center 5555 San Felipe Road, Rm P1021 Houston, TX 77056

CONTACT

Angelo Pinheiro - 713-296-3820 abpinheiro@marathonoil.com

EVENT PRICING Members: $100 Non-Members: $125 Students/MIT/Retired: $40

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SPECIAL EVENTS

NOVEMBER 2019

DATA ANALYTICS Data Science Convention 2020 (DSC20) The Gulf Coast chapter of the Society of Petroleum Engineers will host a one-day Data Science Convention on Thursday, April 2. The convention is intended for upstream oil and gas professionals, academia scholars and students with interests in emerging data science, machine learning and artificial intelligence applications. The agenda will include presentations from leading professionals to showcase their recent advancements and the applications of data sciences. We will also be hosting startup and technology companies who will exhibit their state-of-the-art and emerging products, and a poster competition for university students and young professionals. With 400+ attendees, there will be ample networking opportunities during lunch and coffee breaks, which are covered in your registration fees. Event Sponsors:

EVENT INFO

WHEN Thursday, April 2, 2020

LOCATION

Norris Conference Center CityCenter 816 Town and Country Blvd #210 Houston, TX 77024

CONTACTS

Manisha Bhardwaj manisha.bhardwaj@halliburton.com

PLEASE SUBMIT Platinum

Gold

Silver

Silver

SPEAKER ABSTRACTS POSTER ABSTRACTS

Exclusive Exhibition

Exclusive Exhibition

Exclusive Exhibition

SAVE THE DATE -

HSE&S ONSHORE SAFE LIFTING SYMPOSIUM SAVE THE DATE FOR THIS ONE-DAY EVENT TO BE HELD IN FEBRUARY 2020. Topics will include: • Onshore US E&P Mechanical Lifting Performance: A 5-Year Performance Review

• Well Completions: Safe Crane Operations Best Practices

• ASME B30 Crane Operations and Lifting Standards Update

• Competency Assurance in Lifting Operations

• IADC Gin Pole Truck Guidelines Update

• Mechanical Integrity: Inspections and Planned Maintenance

• Well Drilling: Safe Rig Move Planning and Lifting Best Practices Registration is now open. Please visit our page on the SPE-GCS website for more updates.

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STUDENT CHAPTERS FEBRUARY 2019

NOVEMBER 2019

Fall Semester Events Our student chapter started the fall semester with numerous events. We hosted our second annual Sophomore Retreat, a three-day camp that allows incoming sophomore students to get to know their peers and upperclassmen and gain valuable resume writing, networking and interviewing skills from company representatives. Per tradition, we hosted our first general meeting of the year with a resume workshop with Hilcorp Energy, in preparation for recruiting season. We also hosted our flagship career enhancement event, which featured over 20 E&P and service companies, with the goal of recruiting TAMU-SPE members into company internship and fulltime positions. The event included company informationals and informal networking to allow our members to maximize facetime with recruiters. We hosted several philanthropic events in September, including Adopt-a-Street and Kyle Field Clean up. As part of our effort to recruit new members, our chapter also presented at Texas A&M’s engineering open house and the MSC open house. We wish all our members every success in their career searches and with coursework this year. We would like to extend our sincere thanks to our several sponsors for the continued privilege to host events that are crucial to our education as future petroleum engineers.

STUDENT CHAPTER DIRECTORY HOUSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Iskandar Rahbani: iskandar.rahbani@gmail.com

RICE UNIVERSITY

Eric Vavra: edv1@rice.edu

TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY

Magy Avedissian: magylouise@tamu.edu

UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON

Nicholas Dunbar: president.uhspe@gmail.com

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25TH ANNIVERSARY

CON F E R ENCE

A F O R U M F O R P R A C T I C A L I N N O VAT I O N S

STIMULATING CONVERSATIONS BETWEEN THE FIELD AND OFFICE FOR 25 YEARS Co-Hosted by the SPE Permian Basin Section

Carbon Management: New Thinking CO2 Flood Field Trip to SACROC Natural Transmissive Fracture Short Course US and International CO2 EOR Case Histories Cyclic Gas Injection (Data Rich) Session 650 Well Horizontal Play Update

DECEMBER 9-13, 2019 |

REGISTER TODAY @ CO2CONFERENCE.NET AT T HE NE W BUS H C O N V EN T I O N C EN TER , MI D L A N D , TEXA S

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Grow your technical skills at our local and international conferences, workshops, and training courses.

Expand your network with managers, engineers, scientists, and other professionals locally and worldwide.

Participate in SPE Gulf Coast Section’s events, meetings and activities.

Develop leadership skills and contribute to the profession through our programs and activities.

Submit a technical paper for presentation or publication.

Give back to our community and the E&P industry through volunteer opportunities.

RENEW YOUR MEMBERSHIP ONLINE For inquiries, please contact the SPE-GCS Membership Team at membership@spegcs.org.


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2018-2019 GULF COAST SECTION

Board of Directors CHAIR

Gabrielle Morrow, Ryder Scott spegcschair@gmail.com

VICE CHAIR

Simeon Eburi, Chevron simeon.eburi@chevron.com

PAST CHAIR/ ADVANCEMENT COMMITTEE

Sunil Lakshminarayanan, Occidental Petroleum sunil.laksminarayanan@oxy.com

SECRETARY

Carlos Torres ctorres@roes.online

TREASURER

Brian Sinosic bsinosic@hotmail.com

VICE TREASURER

Reza Safari reza.safari@weatherford.com

Board Committee Chairs CAREER MANAGEMENT

Josh Harton Newpark Drilling Fluids jharton@newpark.com

COMMUNICATIONS

Karin Gonzalez, Chevron karin.gonzalez@chevron.com

COMMUNITY SERVICES Antonio Lazo antonio.lazo@chevron.com

EDUCATION MEMBERSHIP

Lisa Li, Houston EP yuli2008@comcast.net

NOVEMBER 2019

Committee Chairs AWARDS BANQUET Sally Ebrahimzadeh,

PROGRAMS

Triple Five Energy Resources sallyz@T5Energy.com

bdavis0819@gmail.com

GOLF CHAIR

Bill Davis

SOCIAL ACTIVITIES Jasen Gast

jgast25@icloud.com

YOUNG PROFESSIONALS

Kumar Pugazhenthi, Shell

kumaresan.pugazhenthi@ gmail.com

DIRECTORS AT LARGE 2018 – 2020 Prashant Sainani CIBC Prashant.sainani@cibc.com

Marc Davis, Champions Cinco Pipe mdavis@ccpipellc.com

ESP SYMPOSIUM

Lissett Barrios, Shell - EP Americas

lissett.barrios@shell.com

MEMBERS IN TRANSITION (MiT) Yetunde Okediji

yetunde.okediji@gmail.com

NEWSLETTER

Sarah Sameei editor@spegcs.org

Steve Loving

PUBLICITY

Kim Thames Padeletti

SCHOLARSHIP

Core Laboratories, Inc. stephen.loving@corelab.com Amazon Web Services kim.padeletti@gmail.com

DIRECTORS AT LARGE 2019 – 2021 Leslie Malone

lmalone@sanchezog.com Jose Villa

jose.villa@total.com Mikhail Alekseenko mikhailalekseenko@gmail.com

Zafar Kamal szkamal@hotmail.com Eric Robken, Ashland Global

erobken@ashlandinvest.com

SPONSORSHIP

Fabian Vera fevera07@gmail.com

SPORTING CLAYS Prue Smith, BP

pruee.smith@bp.com

TENNIS

Erin Chang, BP erin.chang@bp.com

WEB TECHNOLOGY Lindsey Newsome

Newsome Marketing Group lindseynewsome@gmail.com


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CONTACT CONNECT

CISH

Misael Uribe

misaelub@yahoo.com

IN-CLASS STEM TUTORING Richard Murphy

stancal@windstream.net

SOCIAL MEDIA

Davis Scott, Schlumberger

daviswsd@gmail.com

Study Group Chairs BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

NOVEMBER 2019

HSSE & SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

Angelo Pinheiro, Marathon Oil

abpinheiro@marathonoil.com

INTERNATIONAL Pablo Perez, Bardasz

pablo.perez@bardasz.com

NORTHSIDE Kelsey Ridpath

Southwestern Energy kelsey_ridpath@swn.com

PERMIAN BASIN

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

Heidi Epstein, IHS Markit heidiepstein@gmail.com

PETRO-TECH

COMPLETIONS & PRODUCTION

RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

Kanat Iskaliyev

Liberty Oilfield Services kanat.iskaliyev@libertyfrac.com

COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS (CFD) Madhusuden Agrawal, BP

madhusuden.agrawal@bp.com

DATA ANALYTICS

Manisha Bhardwaj, Halliburton manisha.bhardwaj@ halliburton.com

DRILLING

Mohammed Dooply Schlumberger mdooply@slb.com

GENERAL MEETING

Robert Saucedo, SLC Technologies

Amit Patil, OneSubsea

apatil14@onesubsea.slb.com

RESERVOIR

Swathika Jayakumar, Corelab swathika.jayakumar@corelab.com

WATER & WASTE MANAGEMENT

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

WESTSIDE Derek Key

derek.key@corelab.com

Newsletter Committee CHAIR

Sarah Sameei editor@spegcs.org

AD SALES

Kristen Washam

kwasham@spe.org

BOARD LIAISON Karin Gonzalez

karin.gonzalez@chevron.com

NEWSLETTER DESIGN DesignGood

designgood.com

SPE-GCS Office GULF COAST SECTION SPECIALIST Kristen Washam

spe-gcs@spe.org

HOURS & LOCATION

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

CONTACT

T 713 779 9595 F 713 779 4216 For comments, contribution or delivery problems, contact:

spe-gcs@spe.org

WOMEN IN ENERGY (WIN) Riteja Dutta, Drilling Info

riteja@gmail.com

robertsaucedo@gmail.com

INNOVATE!

Elizabeth Cambre elizabeth.cambre@tendeka.com

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