Aaron Burton is the business development manager for Unconventional Completions, a group primarily focused on the completion of shales and similar unconventional plays that require multistage hydraulic fracturing. Burton joined Baker Hughes as a field engineer trainee for completion tools after graduation. During his tenure in operations, he has held the roles of field engineer, operations coordinator, and district engineer. He has completed wells in several unconventional plays in North America, including the Bakken, Marcellus, and the Lower Huron.
Burton holds a BS in mechanical engineering from Mississippi State University.
Sudiptya Banerjee is a completion engineer within the Baker Hughes' Center for Technology Innovation who specializes in inflow control technology and reservoir simulation. He began his career working as a cementing and stimulation field engineer for Schlumberger well services, living and working in locations ranging from Western Oklahoma to Saudi Arabia. Since joining Baker Hughes, Banerjee has focused on new product design and global technical support, developing and launching products ranging from premium sand control screens to new hybrid-geometry inflow control devices. He holds three patents related to adaptive inflow control alone. Banerjee is an author on a number of papers related to completions in a sand control environment and presented at the Sand Control Workshop in Santa Marta, Colombia.
Banerjee received his BS in chemical engineering from Case Western Reserve University and MS in petroleum engineering from the University of Alaska Fairbanks.