DE: Increasing the Velocity of Decision Making for Rapid Response to Volatile System Conditions in the Oilfield

Speaker John Gatlin
Western Region Project Manager Clariant Oil Services John Gatlin joined Clariant Oil Services in 2012 as Western Region Project Manager. Based in Bakersfield, California, John is responsible for Project Management responsibilities in Central and Southern California, focusing on improvements in technology, automation and telemetry.  He brings to Clariant extensive experience ...

Western Region Project Manager
Clariant Oil Services



John Gatlin joined Clariant Oil Services in 2012 as Western Region Project Manager. Based in Bakersfield, California, John is responsible for Project Management responsibilities in Central and Southern California, focusing on improvements in technology, automation and telemetry.  He brings to Clariant extensive experience in Project Management, Operations Management, Purchasing and Financial Analysis.


Prior to joining Clariant Oil Services, John served as Project Manager and Purchasing Manager for McJunkin Corporation within their Southern California Division.  Before that, he was Operations Manager for Chambers Operating, a production company based in West Texas.  John has held a number of other management positions throughout his career, including Sales Manager, Account Manager and Financial Analyst. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing and Management from Louisiana Tech University.


Full Description
For more than a century, oilfield data and chemical application information has been measured and recorded manually, demanding large amounts of time and resources, and increasing the potential for human error. Today, the development of enhanced data communication systems makes it possible for operators to obtain field data faster, more efficiently and more precisely, improving the speed of the decision-making process during field condition changes and challenges.

In this presentation, Clariant Oil Services explains how, through an innovative, fully integrated chemical delivery data management system, service companies can assist oil and gas operators in obtaining more frequent and accurate information about their chemical usage, product spend (delivery) and tank levels, allowing for increased operating efficiency, enhanced customer service and improved budgeting procedures. Likewise, we will discuss how use of an Information Management platform enables operators to quickly track KPI’s, production data, and spot outliers important to their specific operations. Business users can trend data, while focusing on quick time-to-value.
Organizer Carol Piovesan

When?

Wed, Sep. 12, 2012
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. US/Central

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Courtyard on St James
1885 Saint James Pl
Houston, Texas 77056
USA

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