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  • Analytical Approach for Drilling Optimization in Unconventional Assets

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    A ROP optimization methodology is presented, using offset drilled wells data. Data is used to train a neural network model for different rock properties which is presented in the vertical section of the reservoir. By changing the drilling parameters like Weight on Bit, Rate of Penetration (ROP) for the target well is optimized.

    A ROP optimization methodology is presented, using offset drilled wells data. Data is used to train a neural network model for different rock properties which is presented in the vertical section of the reservoir. By changing the drilling parameters like Weight on Bit, Rate of Penetration (ROP) for the target well is optimized. Offset drilled wells data is used to train neural network; the inputs to the model are RPM,WOB (Weight on Bit) and Mud Flow Rate as well as ROP of the offset wells; the output is the new setpoints for input parameters to get the best ROP on the target well. Using offset well drilling data, rock properties of different formations drilled will be calculated explicitly. This will be used for bucketing data in the NN such that for each rock property, the best drilling parameters will be picked; these drilling parameters are then used on target well for best ROP on that specific formation. The technology is implemented in nine wells in Montney formation North of Alberta, Canada. The results are presented in this paper, among them the fastest well drilled to the lateral Kick of Point when compared with other offset wells on the same pad. The other outstanding result was the well with record low tripping for bit change to KOP.  In total, based on the stakeholder feedback, the project had more than 5X ROI. The novelty of the analytic approach to ROP optimization is the capacity to use Azure Machin Learning Studio for real-time drilling operations optimization by changing the setpoints when the formation of rock property changes.

    All content contained within this webinar is copyrighted by Stephen Park and Keivan Khademi and its use and/or reproduction outside the portal requires express permission from Stephen Park and Keivan Khademi.

    Stephen Park

    Senior Manager, Operational Certainty Consulting/Data Integration, Emerson

    Mr. Park is a Senior Manager in EMERSON handling Operational Certainty Consulting | Data Integration with over 20 years’ experience in data historian design, integration & enablement. He has a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science.

    Keivan Khademi

    Senior Consultant, Operational Certainty Consulting/Upstream Oil and Gas, Emerson

    Mr. Khademi is a Senior Consultant in EMERSON, handling  Operational Certainty Consulting | Upstream Oil and Gas, with over 15 years of upstream oil and gas experience. He has a BScand MSc in Petroleum Engineering and a MBA in Financial Management.

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  • Latest Developments in Drilling and Cementing R&D

    Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 08/16/2016

    A comprehensive overview will be given of latest developments in Dr. van Oort’s Drilling R&D group at the University of Texas at Austin and its collaborating partners. New work will be presented in the fields of cementing/zonal isolation, novel drilling fluid testing and design, drilling-related rock mechanics, drilling automation and drilling data analytics. If you want to learn more about what is new in the fields of real-time cementing sensors, superior alternatives to portland cement and improved zonal isolation & well abandonment, high-performance water-based mud replacements for oil-/synthetic-based muds, novel shale-fluid testing techniques, conventional and new thermal wellbore strengthening, multi-phase flow simulation / automated well control / MPD control, and high-frequency data analytics, then this is a presentation you should consider attending.

    A comprehensive overview will be given of latest developments in Dr. van Oort's Drilling R&D group at the University of Texas at Austin and its collaborating partners. New work will be presented in the fields of cementing/zonal isolation, novel drilling fluid testing and design, drilling-related rock mechanics, drilling automation and drilling data analytics. If you want to learn more about what is new in the fields of real-time cementing sensors, superior alternatives to portland cement and improved zonal isolation & well abandonment, high-performance water-based mud replacements for oil-/synthetic-based muds, novel shale-fluid testing techniques, conventional and new thermal wellbore strengthening, multi-phase flow simulation / automated well control / MPD control, and high-frequency data analytics, then this is a presentation you should consider attending.

    This webinar is categorized under the Drilling discipline.

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    Dr. Eric van Oort

    Speaker

    Dr. van Oort holds a PhD in Chemical Physics from the University of Amsterdam, and held a variety of senior technical and managerial roles over a 20-year period with Royal Dutch Shell. He joined UT Austin in early 2012 to return to his passion for teaching and R&D as tenured Professor in Petroleum Engineering. Dr. van Oort is a co-Principal Investigator of the Offshore Energy Safety Institute (OESI), is the co-founder of two start-up companies (Genesis RTS and R5 Automation) and is CEO of his own consulting firm (EVO Energy Consulting). At UT, he runs one of the largest drilling R&D groups in academia, with 15 graduate students, 10+ undergraduate researchers, 6 full-time research scientists and additional support staff. He is the director of the RAPID (Rig Automation and Performance Improvement in Drilling) consortium. He is an SPE Distinguished Lecturer and SPE Distinguished Member. His areas of expertise include: complex well construction, drilling automation, real-time monitoring (RTM), drilling optimization, rock-fluid interactions and wellbore geomechanics, drilling fluid design, cementing & zonal isolation, hydraulic fracturing and associated water management.

  • 360° Engineering Analysis for Managing Well Integrity

    Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 11/15/2016

    Effectively managing well barriers and maintaining well integrity within limits is challenging for aging wells and have a major influence on maximizing the life of wells and reducing operational costs. This is critical not only for the design phase of the well but also for the operational phase.

    Effectively managing well barriers and maintaining well integrity within limits is challenging for aging wells and have a major influence on maximizing the life of wells and reducing operational costs. This is critical not only for the design phase of the well but also for the operational phase. As more real-time downhole data becomes available, the efficient use of quality data for a more comprehensive engineering analysis has become very critical. Identifying the well integrity risks early can lead to better solutions for reducing associated costs and taking remedial action. The objective of this session focusing on well integrity is to highlight the application of comprehensive engineering analyses to improve the overall life of assets and maximize returns. The main well integrity issues covered under this session are: mechanical casing wear, wellhead movement, annular pressure buildup, corrosion of tubing / casing and erosion of tubing / casing.

    This webinar is categorized under the Completions discipline.

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    Robello Samuel

    Technology Fellow, Halliburton

    Dr. Robello Samuel is currently a Technology Fellow in the Drilling division of Halliburton, working with Halliburton since 1998. He is presently a research and engineering lead for well engineering applications and responsible for research and scientific activities for new drilling technologies. Robello began his career working on rigs as a field and drilling engineer for nine years with ONGC. Since then he has developed more than 25 years of multi-disciplinary experience in domestic and international oil/gas drilling.

    He is the recipient of Gulf Coast SPE Drilling Engineering and SPE International Drilling Engineering, SPE Distinguished Membership awards. As an SPE Distinguished Lecturer, Dr. Samuel has taught on the faculty of various universities and holds an adjunct professor appointment (concurrently) for the past 13 years, at the University of Houston. He has published more than 165 technical papers, reports, books, holds 8 patents, and 75 patents pending applications.He serves regularly as a keynote speaker at major conferences and corporate forums and is regarded as one of the world's most influential contributors to advancement of research and practice in drilling engineering.

    Dr. Samuel's unique blend of skills with broad experience as a field engineer, thinker, thought leader, innovator, researcher, educator and educationist has given him the ability to author twelve drilling books. He holds BS and MS degrees in Mechanical Engineering, as well as MS and PhD degrees in Petroleum Engineering.

    Aniket Kumar

    Principal Product Engineer, Halliburton

    Mr. Kumar works for Halliburton as a Principal Product Engineer in the Drilling and Completions group based out of Houston, and has over five years of experience in drilling engineering analysis and hydraulic fracturing field operations. Aniket has published more than 20 papers and articles in various technical journals and conferences and has 16 pending patent applications associated with advancing well designs and drilling operations.

    Prior to joining Halliburton, he worked for Schlumberger as a field engineer in Oklahoma. He holds an M.S. degree in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Houston and also holds B.Tech. and M.Tech. degrees in Mechanical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kharagpur, India.

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  • Health Management Contract Guidelines for Clients and Contractors

    Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/19/2016

    This webinar is intended to inform professionals who either manage health contracts or who have responsibilities in supporting contracts of this nature (Procurement, HSE professionals, etc.) that in the workplace, an effective health management system requires active and positive collaboration bewteen operators and contractors.

    This webinar has been organized by the SPE HSSE-SR Health Subcommittee in collaboration with IOGP (International Oil and Gas Producers Association) /IPIECA (the global oil and gas association for environmental and social issues). The IOGP/IPIECA Health Committee has been in existence since 2003 and functions as a forum where their members can identify, debate and share best health practices. This committee develops guidance and recommendations on occupational, environmental and public health issues that are relevant to oil and gas industry organizations and the communities where they operate.

    This webinar is intended to inform professionals who either manage health contracts or who have responsibilities in supporting contracts of this nature (Procurement, HSE professionals, etc.) that in the workplace, an effective health management system requires active and positive collaboration bewteen operators and contractors. Without such as system then there is the potential for:

    • Loss of life
    • Health-related accidents
    • Injuries and illness
    • Disruptions in operations

    In 2015, to assist the operator and contractor relationship and to avoid potential confusion regarding responsibilities and expectations of both parties, the IOGP/IPIECA health committee published a guideline document entitled “Health Management Contract Guidelines for Clients and Contractors". The document provides guidance on:

    • health management system elements, requirements and deliverables;
    • establishing roles and responsibilities between contractor(s) and client/operator;
    • health aspects related to the pre-qualification, bidding and execution phase; and
    • promoting transparency and effective communication on health management in contracts.

    This webinar will involve key speakers from a leading service contractor, Eugene Toukam, Schlumberger VP HSE for Europe and Africa and a major healthcare company, Simon Hawthorne, VP Legal, and UnitedHealthcare Global Medical, providing examples of real problems that can occur in the absence of such a strategic contract management plan. Finally, Dr. Alex Barbey, International Health Coordinator, Schlumberger Limited, who chaired the IOGP/IPIECA health taskforce which produced the guideline will explain how utilization of the guidelines can avoid the issues described and prevent a negative impact due to deficiencies in contract management.

    This webinar is categorized under the Health, Safety, and Environment discipline.

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    Dr. Alex Barbey

    International Health Coordinator, Schlumberger Limited

    Dr. Alex Barbey, trained in the USA and France, has been the International Health Coordinator for Schlumberger Limited since 1989, managing health issues in over 100 countries, covering more than 110,000 employees in the company, including almost 15,000 expatriate employees plus their families.

    Dr. Barbey chaired the International Oil and Gas Producer's Association health committee that created the “Health management contract guidelines for clients and contractors”.

    Simon Hawthorne

    VP Legal, UnitedHealthcare Global Medical

    Simon Hawthorne joined UnitedHealthcare Global Medical in July 2012 as General Counsel. In January 2015, he moved into a commercial role leading business growth until this Summer when he took on a new role as VP Legal across United Healthcare Global's businesses.

    Simon has worked closely across UnitedHealthcare Global and United Health Group businesses in order to successfully design quality solutions for our clients operating in remote and challenging environments.

    In his commercial role Simon had responsibility for the company's Sales, Solution Design and New Market Entry team including the establishment of joint ventures and strategic partnerships to support growth.

    Simon is in the relatively unique position of forging ahead with deals from a commercial perspective to working with commercial teams and clients in his legal role to interpret needs and ensure contractual balance, clarity of terms and conditions and achieving overall fairness to both sides of a contract.

    He also leads RFP's and contractual negotiations with United Healthcare's external vendors and therefore has exposure to service arrangements from both a supplier and a vendor's perspective.

    Before joining UnitedHealthcare, Simon was Head of Market Structures for AVIVA's European Health businesses, where he was responsible for organizational design and strategy. Simon previously was Head of Legal and Compliance for CIGNA International's European business. He started his legal career in Scotland as a litigator in private practice, specialising in corporate litigation.

    During the last 15 years, Simon has gained extensive exposure within the international healthcare and insurance markets to the challenges of business growth in challenging market conditions.

    Simon is a graduate of the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow.

    Dr Phil Sharples

    Global Senior Medical Director, UnitedHealthcare Global Medical

    Dr Phil Sharples has been Senior Medical Director at UnitedHealthcare Global Medical since 2006 and is responsible for the clinical care delivery to UnitedHealthcare Global Medical clients.

    Phil is responsible for healthcare governance and clinical excellence working closely with other clinical functions in UnitedHealthcare Global in order to deliver quality healthcare solutions to clients. He has demonstrated the ability to facilitate and manage numerous projects whilst maintaining excellent client and colleague relationships.

    Prior to joining UnitedHealthcare Global, Phil worked internationally for a substantial part of his professional career. Philip trained as a General Practitioner in the British Army serving abroad in Germany and Hong Kong, then spent eight years as a senior partner in a NHS General Practice in London furthering his interest in Occupational Health and Travel Medicine. Phil then gained valuable oil and gas industry experience as part of the international medical team for Chevron and through his work for Chevron as a Medical Director in Nigeria and Kazakhstan before joining UnitedHealthcare Global .

    Phil has a proactive involvement in the business development of the company and is a member of the International Association of Oil & Gas producers / The International Petroleum Industry Environmental Conservation Association Health Sub Committee and has helped to define industry health guidelines. Phil is also a member of the Institute of Remote Healthcare and as a keen interest in professional development and works in close liaison with colleagues to improve professional training standards.

    Phil is a graduate of the University of London.

    Eugene Toukam

    Vice President, HSE, Schlumberger

    Eugene Toukam is currently the Schlumberger Vice President, HSE for Europe and Africa based in Paris, France. This is a position he has held since April 2015. He has over 25 years of experience in the oil and gas industry working within the Schlumberger group. Prior to his current assignment Eugene held several senior management positions in the company and over the years has distinguished himself as an experienced leader in Operations, HSE, Strategic and Operations management within the company and externally. His recent previous positions in Schlumberger include: Vice President and Group Managing Director, Southern and Eastern Africa based in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania; Group Security and HSE Manager for Nigeria and West Africa based in Lagos, Nigeria; Well Services Operations Manager, Sub Sahara Africa based in Luanda, Angola Nd various operations and field engineer roles in locations spanning Canada, North Africa and sub-Saharan Africa.

    Eugene's professional development includes short courses in Strategic Marketing Management at the Havard Business School, USA and Strategic Finance Management at the IMD Lausane, Switzerland.

    Eugene has a Master's degree in Mechanical Engineering and a Bachelor's degree in Applied Mathematics and Mechanical Engineering, both from Ecole Polytechnique, Cameroon.

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  • Programming for Engineers

    Contains 9 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 09/22/2016

    In this four-part webinar series, participants will review fundamental computer science and programming concepts in the context of writing Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) "macros" to automate Microsoft Excel.

    This four-part webinar series will review fundamental computer science and programming concepts in the context of writing Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) "macros" to automate Microsoft Excel. We'll build simple automated tools for common oil & gas tasks while covering algorithms, data structures, program design, and debugging. Along the way we'll explore the Excel automation API, discuss the limitations of the Excel/VBA environment, and discover some topics for future self-directed learning.

    When you register you are automatically signed up for all four parts of this series! Each session runs 60 minutes.

    Click on the tabs above to get details on each session and to learn more about the speaker.

    Please fill out the pre-event survey when you register so we can learn more about you and tailor this series to your needs! Click on the "Pre-Event Survey" button to the right.

    This webinar is categorized under the Management and Information discipline.


    In the first one-hour session on September 19, we'll cover fundamental programming concepts in the context of the VBA language. Data types, functions, and basic data structures will be used to build simple calculations that can be used from Excel spreadsheets.

    In the second one-hour session on September 20, we'll discuss object-oriented programming and begin exploring the Excel automation API. We'll begin work on a larger "case study" project and use the VBA debugger to locate programming errors.

    In the third one-hour session on September 21, we'll complete the case study project started in the second session. We'll also discuss how to provide a graphical user interface for Excel automation projects using VBA's built-in tools.

    In the final session on September 22, we'll review what we've accomplished, survey selected additional topics, and discuss other programming languages and paradigms that students may wish to explore in the future.

    Derrick W. Turk

    Data Science Consultant

    Derrick W. Turk is an independent data science consultant supporting the E&P industry. His consulting work frequently incorporates completion optimization, reservoir characterization, machine learning, and custom software development. He is the author of the aRpsDCA open-source library for decline curve analysis and developer of several proprietary custom software systems for production forecasting, portfolio modeling, and other tasks.

    Prior to his consulting career, he worked as a reservoir engineer assisting exploration and A&D efforts with numerical and statistical modeling. Derrick holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering degree from the University of Texas and has been a member of SPE since 2010.

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  • An Integrated Simulation Approach to Field Development Planning

    Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits

    You may not be able to make it to the presentations in Houston, TX, but there's no reason we can't bring it to you. By registering for this session, you can listen to the speaker live and watch the slides broadcast from the presentation without leaving your desk...all for FREE.

    You may not be able to make it to the presentations in Houston, TX, but there's no reason we can't bring it to you. By registering for this session, you can listen to the speaker live and watch the slides broadcast from the presentation without leaving your desk...all for FREE.

    Historically supply of subsea equipment has been mainly a product business: the operating company (client) has generated a specification and the equipment vendor designs, manufactures, tests and delivers a product to meet that specification. Over time some clients began to see the value of instead ordering integrated products (e.g. trees + controls) or in some cases “systems" (e.g. trees, controls, umbilical, manifolds, jumpers, connectors) – more scope for supplier innovation, fewer interfaces to manage, fewer integration issues. OneSubsea was formed in 2013 with the intention to take this evolution one stage further by strengthening the link between the subsea equipment supplier and the reservoir. To this end, integrated reservoir and production system simulation workflows have been developed and applied to expedite and improve the field development planning process. This talk will give an overview of these workflows and examples of how they have been applied in practice.

    Ian Roberts

    Flow Assurance Engineer/Manager, OneSubsea (a Schlumberger company)

    Based in Houston, Ian has more than 20 years' experience in the oil and gas industry. Ian graduated from Imperial College, University of London with a master's degree in Chemical Engineering and a Ph.D. in multiphase flow. He has undertaken a variety of roles during his career including: software developer; consultant; project manager and team lead, all within the flow assurance discipline. Currently Ian works for OneSubsea, a Schlumberger company, and is the North America regional manager for the Production Assurance team, part of OneSubsea's Integrated Solutions division. In this role he is instrumental in making OneSubsea's Optimize from Pore to Process vision a reality through performing integrated studies and early engineering on subsea system deliveries and developing new technology and workflows.

    Elena Valova

    Senior Reservoir Engineer, OneSubsea (a Schlumberger company)

    During her 12 years career, Elena has worked in software support, technical sales, software development, and consulting for Petroleum Engineering. Elena's goal is to make it standard practice to integrate reservoir with production assurance, subsea engineering and economics and through the use of innovative simulation workflows to minimize risk and make more confident decisions regarding field development planning.

  • Measuring Sustainability Performance

    Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/11/2016

    You may not be able to make it to the presentations in Houston, TX, but there's no reason we can't bring it to you. By registering for this session, you can listen to the speaker live and watch the slides broadcast from the presentation without leaving your desk.

    You may not be able to make it to the presentations in Houston, TX, but there's no reason we can't bring it to you. By registering for this session, you can listen to the speaker live and watch the slides broadcast from the presentation without leaving your desk.

    Sustainability performance is integral to the way companies like Ikea, Unilever and Novo Nordisk conduct business. When energy industry business decisions are made to “include" sustainability, people can find themselves at a loss to describe what this really means. Measuring sustainability performance can be an even more abstract concept. Aggregation of sustainability data is done for many reasons, some central to our business, others to satisfy external needs.

    Appropriate measures of sustainability performance depend on where you and your company sit on the sustainability maturity curve and which segment, department or organization is tasked to carry out the work. Imagine you've been tasked to make a project or program more sustainable. Where do you start? Often, understanding what others have done, having the right people in the room to create a game plan and determining how performance gets measured will help you achieve your sustainability goals. Why is this important?If you measure it, it will get done.

    This webinar is categorized under the Health, Safety, and Environment discipline.

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    Flora Moon

    Sustainability Practice Director, Expressworks International

    Ms. Moon has had a diversified 25-year consulting career in oil and gas, technology, media and communications. She is the Sustainability Practice Director for Expressworks, a change management consultancy. Floraserves on the Board of Directors of the SPE Sustainable Development Technical Section (SDTS) and co-chairs its Performance Subsection. Her oil and gas clients have included operator, service and chemical companies. Her recent focus has been Sustainability, HSSE and organizational capability. Flora is formerly an award winning filmmaker who has worked with US and international Broadcast and Cable Networks and later worked on startup teams for technology companies including TimeWarner.

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  • Leading Virtual Teams from Global to Teleworking

    Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 12/07/2016

    More teams are operating virtually and the degree of virtual working could encompass a team that is spread across the globe, or one where individual team members tele-work. Virtual working is defined as a situation where separated team members need to collaborate, share knowledge and use IT tools to communicate.

    More teams are operating virtually and the degree of virtual working could encompass a team that is spread across the globe, or one where individual team members tele-work.Virtual working is defined as a situation where separated team members need to collaborate, share knowledge and use IT tools to communicate.A number of issues become predominant for the manager in this setting. These include: managing the “them" and “us" syndrome amongst dispersed team members; motivating an individual that operates remotely from other members; creating a sense of team unity and identity; and understanding the range of national cultures that shape local individual decision making.

    Participants will be shown strategies for managers to adopt in order to overcome common issues.They will understand that an effective operation requires managers to focus their attention on building and maintaining team member relationships. Additional focus is required on managing the myriad of communications tools available to ensure that the best tool is used for the appropriate task. By creating a collaborative environment, dispersed team members are encouraged to capture and share knowledge that aims at both the team and the organization's institutional memory.

    This webinar is categorized under Business, Management and Leadership.

    Rahul Dogra

    International Management and Leadership Instructor

    Mr. Dogra has developed and delivered programs on a wide array of management topics by working with customers to design and tailor solutions that enable attendees to access practical tools and approaches to common issues and problems faced.He has delivered programs to clients in five continents to date.Rahul writes on a Blog at www.rahuldogra.com and is a co-author of two books on Executive Leadership.

    Rahul has worked with large and small organizations, for and not for profit organizations including: BP, Shell Global Solutions, Food and Agricultural Organization, International Fund for Agriculture and Development, Emerson Electric, Islamic Development Bank, World Wild Life Fund, HP, NATO, UNICEF, King Faisal Specialist Research Hospital, Axa Rosenberg, JP Morgan, Pepsico, Sunrise Communications, Clear2 Pay, Kuwait Oil Petroleum, Autodesk, Societe Generale, Ford Credit, Deloitte UK, World Food Program and US Federal Government Social Security Administration.

  • How to Write a Good Technical Paper - 10/18/2016

    Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/18/2016

    In an effort to assist authors submit their best papers to conferences and journals, SPE is offering a web event hosted by SPE member Byron Haynes, Jr. P.E. on How to Write a Good Technical Paper. In this presentation, Mr. Haynes will cover both basics and some more advanced methods for authors. Post presentation, he will field questions from participants.

    In an effort to assist authors submit their best papers to conferences and journals, SPE is offering a web event hosted by SPE member Byron Haynes, Jr. P.E. on How to Write a Good Technical Paper.

    In this presentation, Mr. Haynes will cover both basics and some more advanced methods for authors. Post presentation, he will field questions from participants.

    This webinar is categorized under the Management and Information discipline.

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    Байрон Хэйнс-младший

    Советник по обучению инженеров-разработчиков, Shell

    Г-н Хэйнс – инженер-нефтяник, обладающий более чем 34-летним опытом в геологоразведке, оценке, добыче и разработке новых и зрелых месторождений, первичной разработке, заводнению и закачке смешанного газа. Он имеет опыт разработки нефтяных месторождений на Аляске, в Мексиканском заливе, в Западном Техасе (Пермский бассейн), Северном море, Колумбии, Кувейте, Катаре и Омане. Он планировал и реализовывал программы разработки месторождений, основываясь на исследованиях по определению свойств коллекторов, и имеет опыт работы в области закачки газа в пласт, заводнения и технического обслуживания в полевых условиях.  

    Г-н Хэйнс по образованию инженер, учился в Техасе, также имеет сертификат SPE «инженер-нефтяник». Он является членом SPE  с 1978 года и в настоящее время работает в компании Shell советником по обучению инженеров-разработчиков.

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  • New Rules for Women: Revolutionizing the Way Women Work Together

    Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/20/2016

    Why do women often feel belittled, betrayed, or sabotaged by other women in the workplace? Why do women so often report feeling unheard and unsupported in workplace environments? Based on her original research, published in her book, NEW RULES FOR WOMEN: Revolutionizing the Way Women Work Together (Third Bridge Press; September 2014), Dr. Anne Litwin reveals startling paradoxes that spur misunderstandings, conflict, and between women on the job, along with structural issues that can make it difficult for women to feel valued or supported. She will share powerful solutions and tools for ways male and female leaders can create work environments that truly value the contributions of both women and men.

    Why do women often feel belittled, betrayed, or sabotaged by other women in the workplace? Why do women so often report feeling unheard and unsupported in workplace environments? Based on her original research, published in her book, NEW RULES FOR WOMEN: Revolutionizing the Way Women Work Together (Third Bridge Press; September 2014), Dr. Anne Litwin reveals startling paradoxes that spur misunderstandings, conflict, and between women on the job, along with structural issues that can make it difficult for women to feel valued or supported. She will share powerful solutions and tools for ways male and female leaders can create work environments that truly value the contributions of both women and men.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Learn what patterns exist in working relationships among women and how women's expectations can create misunderstandings
    • Examine structural issues that create unique challenges for women in organizations
    • Learn what male and female leaders can do to help women succeed

    This webinar is categorized under Business, Management, and Leadership.

    Anne Litwin

    Consultant and Coach

    Anne Litwin (Ph.D.) has been a consultant to organizations and a coach to senior managers for more than 30 years in the USA and internationally. She has worked in China, Africa, Myanmar, Singapore, Malaysia, India, Mexico, Europe, and Canada. She has been the C.E.O. of her family retail business and is past-Chair of the Board of Directors of NTL Institute. She recently authored a book entitled, New Rules for Women: Revolutionizing the Way Women Work Together. Dr. Litwin is also co-editor of the book, Managing in the Age of Change, along with numerous journal articles. She received her Ph.D. in Organizational Development from Fielding in 2008. Dr. Litwin believes that each stage of life and/or turn of events open opportunities to ask new questions and discover new sides of ourselves – if we have the courage to grab the moment.