Nov. 12, 2013


Description

Moore's law is one of the most famous observations in computer hardware history. The law is based on work by Gordon Moore in 1965 when he noted that transistors on integrated circuits double approximately every two years.  While we no longer talk about transistors, this correlation for computing power has continued through  almost four decades. 

This presentation will discuss the learning curve already established by the unconventional paradigm.  The learning pace has some things in common with Moore’s law and provides important clues about future unconventional production and how the industry might approach future technologies.


Featured Speakers

Speaker: Steven L. Mueller
Speaker Steven L. Mueller
Steve Mueller is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Southwestern Energy Company.  In 2008, he joined the Company as President and Chief Operating Officer and was named Chief Executive Officer in May 2009.  Mr. Mueller also became a Director of the Company in July 2009.  Mr. Mueller serves on …

Steve Mueller is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Southwestern Energy Company.  In 2008, he joined the Company as President and Chief Operating Officer and was named Chief Executive Officer in May 2009.  Mr. Mueller also became a Director of the Company in July 2009.  Mr. Mueller serves on the boards of America’s Natural Gas Alliance, the American Exploration and Production Council and the Independent Petroleum Association of America.

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Organizer

Matthew Strom

Office: 281-618-7848


Email: matthew_strom@swn.com


Date and Time

Tue, Nov. 12, 2013

11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0500) America/Chicago

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Location

Greenspoint Club

16925 Northchase Dr
Houston, Texas 77060
United States



Group(s): Northside