International: STATOIL – GLOBAL BUSINESS STRATEGY, TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENTS & COLLABORATIVE EFFORTS

Speaker: Helge Hove Haldorsen
Speaker Helge Hove Haldorsen
VP Strategy Statoil Houston Mr. Helge Hove Haldorsen currently holds the position of VP Strategy for Statoil in Houston. Helge has an MSc in Petroleum Engineering from The Norwegian Institute of Technology in Trondheim and a PhD in Reservoir Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin. Helge was a ...

VP Strategy
Statoil Houston


Mr. Helge Hove Haldorsen currently holds the position of VP Strategy for Statoil in Houston. Helge has an MSc in Petroleum Engineering from The Norwegian Institute of Technology in Trondheim and a PhD in Reservoir Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin. Helge was a Second Lieutenant in The Royal Norwegian Navy and before joining Hydro, he held various positions within reservoir engineering at Esso Exploration Norway in Stavanger, Sohio Petroleum Company in San Francisco and Anchorage and The British Petroleum Company in London. Helge joined Hydro in 1987 and has held a number of key management positions with the company: Chief Reservoir Engineer, VP Exploration & Research and President E&P International. After the acquisition of Spinnaker by Hydro, Helge was the President of Hydro Gulf of Mexico downtown Houston. Helge has served on the Society of Petroleum Engineer's (SPE) Board of Directors for 3 years and he has been an SPE Distinguished Lecturer. He is the author of many technical papers and articles and has been a Professor II of Industrial Mathematics at the University of Oslo as well as a lecturer at Stanford University. Helge is currently a member of the Cockrell School of Engineering Advisory Board at The University of Texas at Austin, a member of the OTC Board of Directors and a Director on the Houston World Affairs Council.


Full Description
In this presentation, Mr. Haldorsen will give a brief Statoil business update and discuss Statoil’s corporate growth strategy:
  1. Steps Statoil takes to maximize the value of the Norwegian Continental Shelf
  2. International growth planning focusing on deep water, heavy oil, the natural gas value chain and harsh environments
  3. New energy approaches.
  4. Statoil leadership capturing and storing CO2.
  5. Statoil development and application of advanced technologies to create value. Specific examples given on how these technologies could be deployed to boost recovery rates in the low-permeability, Paleogene Gulf of Mexico’s deep water locations.
  6. Statoil approach to E&P collaborative efforts in the post-Macondo era. Special emphasis placed on describing how collaborative efforts were successfully applied to the E&P offshore programs in Norway.    
*Valet parking is available at the ExxonMobil Building for $7.
Organizer Philippe G. Mitterrand

When?

Mon, Nov. 8, 2010
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. US/Central

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Where?

Petroleum Club of Houston
800 Bell, 43rd Floor
Houston, TX 77002
USA

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