Members in Transition Seminar #18

Speaker: Russell Parker
Speaker Russell Parker
Speaker #1 Name:  Russell Parker Speaker #1 Title: Chief Executive Officer Speaker #1 Company:  Phoenix Natural Resources Speaker #1 Bio: Russell Parker currently serves as the Chief Executive Officer for Phoenix Natural Resources, a startup upstream E&P company focused on redevelopment of unconventional resources in the Lower 48.  Mr. Parker ...

Speaker #1 Name:  Russell Parker


Speaker #1 Title: Chief Executive Officer


Speaker #1 Company:  Phoenix Natural Resources


Speaker #1 Bio:


Russell Parker currently serves as the Chief Executive Officer for Phoenix Natural Resources, a startup upstream E&P company focused on redevelopment of unconventional resources in the Lower 48.  Mr. Parker began his career at Platt, Sparks & Associates, a petroleum engineering consulting firm. In 2001, he joined Hilcorp Energy Company as a Reservoir Engineer. During 12 years with the company, he held a variety of roles working assets, corporate reserves and A&D as a Reservoir Engineer. In 2007, he became the Asset Team Leader for Tom O’Connor which later became the South Texas Region. In 2009, when Hilcorp began its first unconventional project, Mr. Parker served as the Asset Team Leader executing development of the Eagleford program from inception to the ultimate sale to Marathon in late 2011. After the sale, he led the first Asset Team to work the Appalachian basin for Hilcorp. In 2012, Parker joined Chief Oil & Gas based in Dallas and focused on the Marcellus.  After serving as VP of engineering and acquisitions and SVP of engineering and operations, Parker was later promoted to President.


 


Event Description/Presentation Abstract: Can’t Find the Opportunity You Want?   Just Create It! 


How many times have you found yourself in a corporate situation and thought, “I know there is a better way to do this”?.   The question is, how do you create the organization that can execute “the better way”.    That is the subject of this presentation, how does one take a concept and turn it into a company?    Through our various roles, SPE Members develop the skills and expertise needed to develop and produce hydrocarbons.    Turning that process into a profitable business venture, however, requires skills, networks, knowledge and sheer drive that you will not find as the subject matter of any course required in Petroleum Engineering.     

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Speaker: Ramesh Anand
Speaker Ramesh Anand
Speaker #2 Name:  Ramesh Anand Speaker #2 Title: President Speaker #2 Company:  American Personnel Resources LLC, A Tysonite Partners Company Speaker #2 Bio:  Ramesh started his company in 1985 in Mumbai, India. Over the years, through his corporate office in Houston and a global network, he has facilitated hiring for diverse ...

Speaker #2 Name:  Ramesh Anand


Speaker #2 Title: President


Speaker #2 Company:  American Personnel Resources LLC, A Tysonite Partners Company


Speaker #2 Bio: 


Ramesh started his company in 1985 in Mumbai, India. Over the years, through his corporate office in Houston and a global network, he has facilitated hiring for diverse positions for clients across industries and across the world. His clients have included Halliburton, KBR, McDonalds, Monsanto, DHL, Bank of America, Hilton group of hotels, Wipro Technologies among many others. Ramesh is very involved in giving back to the community. Ramesh has recently embarked on a paying it forward program with ‘workshops on finding a job’, for professionals in transition. He serves as the Planning & Zoning Commissioner of the City of Missouri City and his passion is rescuing animals - he has rescued about 300 dogs and cats. Ramesh’s recent passion includes participating in marathons, long distance biking and triathlons.


 


Event Description/Presentation Abstract: How to Prepare for a Job Fair


Most professionals attend job fairs as one of the ways to secure their next assignment.  Ramesh has participated, as a recruiter, in job fairs across the world. He will share common-sense strategies to derive the maximum return from attending a job fair. The discussion will include simple ‘Dos and don’ts’ that one needs to keep in mind while attending a job fair.

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Speaker: Jim Raney
Speaker Jim Raney
Speaker #3 Name:  Jim Raney Speaker #3 Title: Director, Engineering  Speaker #3 Company:  Anadarko Petroleum Corporation Speaker #3 Bio: Jim Raney is the Director of Engineering for Anadarko. He is responsible for the development of 20,000 psi equipment for the Deepwater GOM. Prior to his current position, Jim was responsible for ...

Speaker #3 Name:  Jim Raney


Speaker #3 Title: Director, Engineering 


Speaker #3 Company:  Anadarko Petroleum Corporation


Speaker #3 Bio: Jim Raney is the Director of Engineering for Anadarko. He is responsible for the development of 20,000 psi equipment for the Deepwater GOM. Prior to his current position, Jim was responsible for technology developments and technical services on a worldwide basis. With 36 years of experience at Anadarko, Mobil and ExxonMobil in a variety of technical and management roles, COL Raney also served in support Operation Enduring and Iraqi Freedom before retiring in 2005. Jim holds a bachelor’s degree in Engineering from the United States Military Academy at West Point. Jim is past-Chairman of the CSOEM and Chairman of the GISC.

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Speaker Alan Sansovich

Speaker #4 Name:  Alan Sansovich


Speaker #4 Title: Director of Operations and Strategy


Speaker #4 Company:  IPT Global, LLC

 

The SPE Members in Transition Seminar Series is designed to include a selection of topics of interest to SPE members who are transitioning in between jobs during the current industry downturn or who are looking for new career opportunities.  The agenda for the seventeenth seminar in the series will include “Can’t Find the Opportunity You Want?   Just Create It!”, “How to Prepare for a Job Fair”, and oil and gas industry jobs for veterans returning from military service  and a “Discussion of Resources for SPE Members”.

Organizer Ashish Fatnani / Susan Howes

832.415.6835(Ashish) / 713-553-5020 (Susan)

When?

Fri, Jul. 28, 2017
10 a.m. - 3 p.m. US/Central

How Much?

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  • Student/Member in Transition/Retired -  $15.00
    (ends 07/27/2017)

Where?

Houston Technology Center
410 Pierce Street
Houston, Texas 77002

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