Kevin D. Lacy is the Vice President of Drillings and Completions in the Gulf of Mexico for BP where he is also responsible for the HSSE staff. Previous to that, he held a number of positions within Chevron Texaco, completing his career there as the Principal Advisor for Well Engineering and Operations and being responsible for the global drilling function regarding staffing , employee development, best practices and common processes, and safety performance. He attended The University of Tulsa, where he graduated with honors in 1980, with a Bachelor's of Science degree in petroleum engineering. He went on to earn a MBA from the University of California at Berkeley in 1989. In 2002 he was named to the University of Tulsa Engineering Hall of Fame.
Susan Rosenbaum has a BA in Mathematics from the University of Texas at Austin and an M.S. in Computer Science (College of Engineering) from the University of Texas at Arlington. She has been working at Schlumberger for over 18 years in a variety of technical and management positions. Having worked in several business segments within Schlumberger, she has developed a broad knowledge of expertise as to both business and technical needs in the oil & gas industry. Rosenbaum is currently the Director of Technical Communities and Knowledge Management, overseeing the communities of practice of the technical disciplines in Schlumberger as well as managing Schlumberqer's technical career ladder. In addition, she runs a "virtual" team of representatives from across Schlumberqer's business which is focused on the key knowledge management challenges within the organization.
Managing the First Five Years of your Career in the Oilfield
- Specialists or Generalist
- Depth or Breath of Expertise
- Differentiating Yourself
- Technical or Managerial
1) Susan Howes, Horizons Program Manager, Chevron
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