SPE GCS R&D Study Group - May Lunch Meeting

Speaker Dr. Ram Shenoy, CTO for ConocoPhillips
Speaker Bio: An electrical engineer by training, Dr. Shenoy has twenty years of oil and gas industry experience. Before taking on his current role at ConocoPhillips, Shenoy was vice president of research for Schlumberger Limited, responsible for all Schlumberger’s corporate scientific research laboratories. In prior years, he held a series ...

Speaker Bio:


An electrical engineer by training, Dr. Shenoy has twenty years of oil and gas industry experience.


Before taking on his current role at ConocoPhillips, Shenoy was vice president of research for Schlumberger Limited, responsible for all Schlumberger’s corporate scientific research laboratories. In prior years, he held a series of marketing and technology management positions with increasing responsibility, including managing director of Schlumberger-Doll Research Boston, and director and technology center manager of Schlumberger K.K. overseeing all the Engineering, Manufacturing and Sustaining activities of Schlumberger’s R&D center in Tokyo, Japan.


 


Shenoy earned a B. A. and M.A. in Electrical Sciences from Cambridge University UK in 1986, a Ph. D. in Electrical Engineering from Cornell University, NY in 1991 and an MBA from the Stern School of Business, New York University in 2000. He is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics and the Society of Petroleum Engineers.

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Speaker Dr. Ram Shenoy, Chief Technology Officer for ConocoPhillips

Presentation Topic: Developing and applying technological innovation across ConocoPhillips

In May 2012, ConocoPhillips spun off its downstream operations and emerged as the world’s largest independent E&P company based on production and proved reserves. The primary corporate objectives are profitable organic growth, aiming for organic hydrocarbon production growth of 3-5% per annum through 2017, while simultaneously increasing net margins at 3-5% per annum. Among the capabilities needed for organic growth, the company has recognized the need to strengthen its capabilities in sourcing, developing and applying technological innovation in its different businesses. The presentation will outline the elements needed to develop a strategy to position the technological capabilities of the company for the future, including culture, infrastructure and people.  

Organizer SPE GCS R&D Study Group
Event Contact: Skip Davis, skdavis@technologyintermediaries.com   Sponsor: SPEGCS R&D Study Group   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 ...

Event Contact: Skip Davis, skdavis@technologyintermediaries.com


 


Sponsor: SPEGCS R&D Study Group


 


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, May. 2, 2013
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. US/Central

How Much?

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Where?

Norris Center - Westchase
9990 Richmond Avenue
Houston, Texas 77042

South Building, Suite 102


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


Members: $35 before May 1, $40 after

Non-Members: $40 before May 1, $45 after

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