Other Events Of Interest

TiE Houston presents: Opportunities for Large/Medium Enterprises and Startups in Global Energy Mix of Oil and Gas

When:
March 30, 2017 @ 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Where:
Hess Club
5430 Westheimer Rd
Houston, TX 77056
USA

 

http://houston.tie.org/event/keynote-panel-on-energy/?instance_id=339

 

 

Celle Drilling 2017: The Way Ahead – Gearing Up for Recovery

Date: September 11-12, 2017
Location: Celle, Germany
Website: 
www.celle-drilling.com 

The call for papers is now open for Celle Drilling 2017, held in Celle, Germany, near the world’s first drilling operations in 1858.  This fall marks the seventh annual conference that highlights case studies and innovative technology, with an emphasis on land drilling in Europe.  Please submit an abstract and consider joining members of the German Section of the SPE and other industry groups to explore how best to position yourself for the economic recovery ahead.

Submit papers here
Paper submission deadline: March 31, 2017.

 

Jones Partners Thought Leadership Series


Transforming the Oil and Gas Industry
The decade-long corporate transformation initiative at Schlumberger offers powerful insights about how to manage effectively in the Oil & Gas Industry and produce value for customers and the company. Jean-François Poupeau will describe key pillars of this program and share a series of case studies describing the implementation of the program and its substantial benefits to stakeholders. Professor Utpal Dholakia will provide insights about what we can learn from academic research on corporate transformation.

Thursday, October 27, 2016
6 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Jones Graduate School of Business, McNair Hall

Jean-François Poupeau

 

Utpal Dholakia

Jean-François Poupeau
Executive Vice President, Corporate Development & Communication
Schlumberger

 

 

Utpal Dholakia
George R. Brown Chair of Marketing, Head of Energy Industry Initiatives
Jones Graduate School of Business

Enjoy this Rice Business Wisdom article on the topic of Corporate Transformation: Silver Linings

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Global Competitiveness and the Texas Economy

Friday, October 28, 2016
James A. Baker III Hall, Rice University
6100 Main Street, Houston, TX
8:30am-10:30am
8:30am – Registration and Coffee
9:00am – Panel Discussion

 

 

 

 

Texas has consistently enjoyed above-average economic growth each year, and the state routinely produces almost a quarter of the United States’ total economic growth. But countries around the world are aggressively competing to attract jobs and economic activity. What local, state and federal policies can help keep Texas at the forefront of the global economy? How can we ensure that Texas keeps producing good, high-quality jobs into the future? Join us as representatives from government, business and academia offer firsthand perspectives on what it takes for the state to compete and succeed around the world.

This event is co-sponsored by the Baker Institute, General Electric and Jones Partners. Space is limited. The dress code is business attire.

Featured Speakers

The Honorable Kevin Brady
U.S. Representative, 8th Congressional District

John W. Diamond, Ph.D.
Edward A. and Hermena Hancock Kelly Fellow in Public Finance, Baker Institute

Jeffrey R. Immelt
Chairman and CEO, General Electric

The Honorable Sylvester Turner
Mayor of Houston

RSVP on the web at bakerinstitute.org/events/tx-econ before Wednesday, Oct. 26. Join the conversation online with #BakerBusiness.
 

 

Presentation & Networking - Project Cost and Schedule Risk

The Oil & Gas Decision Quality Houston (DQH) Group invites SPE members and other interested professionals to a Guest Speaker event with networking on October 13.  Our guest speaker will be John Hollmann, presenting "Project Cost and Schedule Risk”.  A networking snack and mingle will immediately follow, followed by the regular monthly meeting of the DQH group (open to anyone interested).   INTECSEA will be hosting the meeting at their office at 575 North Dairy Ashford, Houston TX 77079.  We plan to invite the INFORMS Houston chapter as well as local SPE members.  Please join us there for the presentation and networking! 

Visitors should park in Visitor parking and proceed to the Energy Center 2 building. Visitors should go to the elevator lobby on the ground floor, and will see the room doors open in front of them at one end of the elevators.  It might have "WorleyParsons Academy” on the door.


 

Inoapps Webinar Event

At Inoapps, we realize that the Engineering and Construction industry is facing margin pressure and intense competition.

At the same time, your company’s cash position and liquidity are crucial to success and growth. In this context, operational excellence and greater efficiency is key to achieving profitability.

And the good news is, with Oracle’s Cloud technology, it is achievable!

Join our webinar on September 14th at 11 am PT /1 pm CT and find out from  Inoapps’ Engineering and Construction industry specialists how Oracle’s Cloud applications allows you to:

  • Improve efficiency with enhanced cost and billing analysis
  • Reduce risk with actual vs budget vs forecast reporting
  • Run ‘smart projects’ that maximize margins

Join us for a webinar to learn more about Inoapps' solutions for the Engineering and Construction Industry.


 Chevron Workshop with Professor Sam Savage

On September 20th, Chevron will be hosting Professor Sam Savage’s workshop on dealing with uncertainty and avoiding the “Flaw of Averages.”  The workshop will include analysis of real world problems and the opportunity for hands-on computer exercises using SIPmath.  A SIP, or Stochastic Information Packet, is a way of representing an uncertainty as a data array comprised of thousands of possible outcomes.  A SIP makes the abstract concept of a probability distribution actionable, additive, and auditable.  This provides a number of benefits and SIP capability is starting to appear in software like Lumina Systems Analytica and the Frontline Systems Solver platform.  SIPmath may be used with native Excel, with or without free Excel plugins.  More information is available here

Chevron is one of several corporate sponsors of ProbabilityManagement.org, which is a non-profit 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization dedicated to improving communication of uncertainty.  Their Board of Directors includes Doug Hubbard, author of How to Measure Anything, and Nobel laureate Harry Markowitz.  Sam Savage is their Executive Director and is quite a speaker.  I can attest he always packed the room when he spoke at the INFORMS Analytics Conferences.  ProbabilityManagement.org recently was added to the Gartner Hype Cycle for Data Science.

Chevron has donated pro bono use of facilities; the event is a ProbabilityManagement.org event.  Fees all go to ProbabilityManagement.org to support their work. The workshop will be held at the Chevron office at 1400 Smith Street, Houston.  Workshop space is limited, so I encourage you to consider registering yourself or your employees quickly. 

For more specific details visit ProbabilityManagement.org to register.


 

Houston Energy Breakfast

The Houston Energy Breakfast is your dedicated resource providing you with an informative outlook on the industry’s opportunities and challenges through the eyes of an accomplished senior level expert panel.

The power of the event comes down to this:

  • Panel of 4 leading Energy Executives and Industry Analysts
  • Held four times each year and centered on industry headliners
  • Receive the most relevant, informative and worthwhile information in a condensed format
  • The lineup of the 2016 Houston Energy Breakfast will focus on the volatile aspect of the energy business. Each event will leave you with a mindset centered on the latest insights, developments, and perspectives on the current state of the global energy industry.

EXECUTIVE INSIGHTS

Get executive insights on the latest trends across the industry. Each panel presentation and Q&A session offers attendees exclusive access to industry leaders. Walk away with answers to critical questions affecting the global energy sector.

REAL RELATIONSHIPS through ENHANCED NETWORKING

Connect with senior energy executives from all sectors of the oil, natural gas, power, and renewables industries. Network with investors, academia, investment bankers, industry analysts, and leading journalists. The Houston Energy Breakfast by KCA is held four times each year --each event attracting hundreds of prominent industry veterans, including leaders and mid-level managers from throughout the global energy sector. If your network is your net worth, this event is well worth your time.

WHEN

March 31st, June 10th, September 16th, December 2nd

6:15 AM – 9:00 AM

Registration: 6:15 AM

Networking: 6:15 – 7:15 AM

Breakfast: 7:15 – 7:45 AM

Presentations: 7:45 – 8:45 AM

Panel Q&A: 8:45 – 9:00 AM

WHERE

Norris Conference Center at City Centre Red Oak Ball Room 816 Town & Country Blvd, Suite 210, Houston, Texas 77024

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Parking

SHOWCASING VETERAN INGENUITY

In partnership with the Texas Veterans Leadership Program, the Houston Energy Breakfast gives returning veterans a place to connect with potential employers.

 

SUPPORTING JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT

10% of net proceeds from the Houston Energy Breakfast benefit Junior Achievement of Southeast Texas, a non-profit organization that uses hands-on experience to teach workforce readiness, entrepreneurship, and financial literacy to the next generation.

TARGETED SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

 

“The Houston Energy Breakfast is the place to connect with Houston’s energy influencers. The slate of programs for 2015 is substantive and PKF Texas is proud to be a sponsor.” Kenneth Guidry, CPA, President, Pannell Kerr Forster of Texas, P.C. (PKF Texas)

Sponsors make the Houston Energy Breakfast possible. Generate leads, increase credibility, get media exposure, and gain awareness and recognition in front of a highly targeted audience of decision makers.