SPE GCS R&D Study Group - April Lunch Meeting

Speaker Dr. Greg Kusinski
Dr. Greg Kusinski, will be presenting and discussing asset driven technology needs in the collaborative space. With DeepStar membership including over 70 organizations employing well over 1 million people and operating in all of the world’s deepwater and ultra-deepwater basins, it is well position to ensure membership are focused on ...

Dr. Greg Kusinski, will be presenting and discussing asset driven technology needs in the collaborative space. With DeepStar membership including over 70 organizations employing well over 1 million people and operating in all of the world’s deepwater and ultra-deepwater basins, it is well position to ensure membership are focused on the right technical challenges and leveraged to produce meaningful and value-added results. 


Greg was appointed in 2012 as the Director of DeepStar®, a global deepwater technology R&D consortium and serves as Chevron Senior Advisor to that organization. Since 1998 he has worked in various corporate capacities focusing on technology development, acceleration and commercialization. During a portion of this time he was responsible for technology development at a startup company that commercialized new technology licensed from UC Berkeley and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Dr. Kusinski received a degree in engineering from AGH University, Krakow, Poland and went on to earn B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. in Materials Science and Mineral Engineering from UC Berkeley where he also completed the Management of Technology program.  Dr. Kusinski currently serves on several advisory boards and is pursuing an EMBA from Rice University


 


About DeepStar®:


DeepStar is an operator funded global Research & Development collaboration between oil companies, vendors, regulators and academic/research institutes started in 1991. Its mission is to facilitate a cooperative, globally aligned effort focused on identification and development of economically viable methods to drill, produce and transport hydrocarbons from deepwater.  DeepStar’s current Phase XI program is focused on global deepwater development in water depths to 10,000+ feet. As the premier global forum to define deepwater technology needs, it provides value to its membership by leveraging financial and technical resources to:



  • Define and rank important deepwater technology needs

  • Deliver technologies via a well-honed stage-gate process

  • Build deepwater technical competency

  • Execute development and adoption of deepwater technology projects.

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Speaker: Dr. Greg Kusinski, Director of DeepStar® and Chevron Senior Advisor to DeepStar®

Presentation Topic: DeepStar® – Collaborative technology development that focuses on deepwater and ultra-deepwater asset driven technology needs

Dr. Greg Kusinski will be presenting and discussing asset driven technology needs in the collaborative space. With DeepStar membership including over 70 organizations employing well over 1 million people and operating in all of the world’s deepwater and ultra-deepwater basins, it is well positioned to ensure membership are focused on the right technical challenges and leveraged to produce meaningful and value-added results. 

 

 

Organizer SPE-GCS R&D Study Group
Sponsor: SPEGCS R&D Study Group. We are still building critical mass and hope you will join us at this event.   SPEGCS R&D Study Group Mission: The mission of the R&D Study Group is to create a regular forum for learning, discussion and networking for oil & gas R&D, technology ...

Sponsor: SPEGCS R&D Study Group. We are still building critical mass and hope you will join us at this event.


 


SPEGCS R&D Study Group Mission:



  • The mission of the R&D Study Group is to create a regular forum for learning, discussion and networking for oil & gas R&D, technology development and new product development professionals. We will be closely aligned with the SPE R&D Technical Section.


 


SPEGCS R&D Study Group Goals:



  • To provide opportunities for members to:


–      Promote R&D and technology development


–      Discuss R&D methods, tools, structures and funding


–      Enhance R&D people skills


–      Hear R&D viewpoints from outside of the Oil & Gas industry


–      Share Best Practices and Lessons Learned


–      Create networking opportunities

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When?

Thu, Apr. 4, 2013
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. US/Central

How Much?

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Where?

Norris Center - Westchase
9990 Richmond Avenue - Suite 102
Houston, Texas 77042
Event Info: Date: April 4, 2013 / Time: 11:30 to 1:00 Location: Norris Conference Center – Westchase, 9990 Richmond Ave., South Bldg., Ste. 102, Houston, TX 77042 Event Contact: Skip Davis, skdavis@technologyintermediaries.com Members: $35 before April 3, $40 after Non-Members: $40 before April 3, $45 after Registration: Go to SPEGCS ...

Event Info:


Date: April 4, 2013 / Time: 11:30 to 1:00


Location: Norris Conference Center – Westchase, 9990 Richmond Ave., South Bldg., Ste. 102, Houston, TX 77042


Event Contact: Skip Davis, skdavis@technologyintermediaries.com


Members: $35 before April 3, $40 after


Non-Members: $40 before April 3, $45 after


Registration: Go to SPEGCS website and register (http://www.spegcs.org/events/month/)


Sponsor: SPEGCS R&D Study Group. We are still building critical mass and hope you will join us at this event.


 


SPEGCS R&D Study Group Mission:



  • The mission of the R&D Study Group is to create a regular forum for learning, discussion and networking for oil & gas R&D, technology development and new product development professionals. We will be closely aligned with the SPE R&D Technical Section.


 


SPEGCS R&D Study Group Goals:



  • To provide opportunities for members to:


–      Promote R&D and technology development


–      Discuss R&D methods, tools, structures and funding


–      Enhance R&D people skills


–      Hear R&D viewpoints from outside of the Oil & Gas industry


–      Share Best Practices and Lessons Learned


–      Create networking opportunities

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