Noble Energy's Approach to the Permian

Speaker: Michael Lattibeaudiere, Director of Operations, Permian; Noble Energy
Speaker Michael Lattibeaudiere, Director of Operations, Permian; Noble Energy
After graduating for the University of Texas at Austin in 2001 with a degree in petroleum engineering, Michael began my career at Conoco Inc.  Throughout eight years at ConocoPhillips, Michael worked multiple roles in various areas, including San Juan, South Texas (Lobo), Permian Basin, East Texas (Cotton Valley), and Algeria. ...

After graduating for the University of Texas at Austin in 2001 with a degree in petroleum engineering, Michael began my career at Conoco Inc.  Throughout eight years at ConocoPhillips, Michael worked multiple roles in various areas, including San Juan, South Texas (Lobo), Permian Basin, East Texas (Cotton Valley), and Algeria.


In 2009, Michael began a new role at Rosetta Resources as a completions engineer working South Texas, DJ Basin, Eagleford, Pinedale and Bakken. Over the next seven years, Michael advanced to the role of General Manager of Permian Basin Operations. 


In 2015, Rosetta Resources and Noble Energy merged, and Michael became the Director of Operations for Permian, where he manages completion, production, and field operation.


Michael has co-authored five Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) papers and served as a committee member for the SPE Applied Technical Workshops.


 

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No Walk-Ins Due to High Number of PreRegistered Attending - The presentation will cover the need to be more technically aggressive during low commodity and cost period.  This technical understanding will allow you to capitalize and reduce the learning curve during an increasing capital cost cycle, enabling organizations to maximize the NPV of projects and improving economic viability.

Organizer Amy Timmons