Kevin Fisher – Flotek
Kevin is the Executive VP of Business Development at Flotek Industries and is involved today in the development and marketing of green fluid chemistries to optimize the hydraulic fracturing process. He began his career with Halliburton in 1979 and served for 14 years as logging engineer, field supervisor, log analyst, US sales manager, and global technical marketing manager. He joined ProTechnics as Director of Sales and Marketing in 1993 and Pinnacle in 2000, ultimately serving as the CEO until the sale of Pinnacle to Halliburton in 2008. He remained as General Manager of Pinnacle a Halliburton Service until 2011 when he joined Flotek. Kevin holds 3 U.S. patents related to spectral gamma ray, gravel pack density logging, and tiltmeter instrumentation and has written more than three dozen technical papers and articles on well logging and hydraulic fracture diagnostics. Kevin has a B.S. in Natural Science/Physics from Cameron University in Lawton, Oklahoma.
George E. King – Apache
George is a registered professional engineer in Texas and Oklahoma with 43 years of experience since joining Amoco Research Center in 1971. George’s technical work has provided advances in shale developments, environmental risk reduction in well construction and fracturing, sand control reliability and underbalanced perforating. George has a BS in Chemistry from Oklahoma State and a BS in Chemical Engineering and a MS in Petroleum Engineering from University of Tulsa, where he also taught Fracturing and completions courses for 11 years at night as an adjunct professor. He has written 68 technical papers and has served as a SPE Distinguished Lecturer, was awarded the 2004 SPE Production Operations Award and the 2012 Professional Engineer’s Engineer of the Year award for the Houston area. He is Apache’s Distinguished Engineering Advisor. His hobby is rebuilding vintage Ford Mustangs.
Bridget Todd – Baker Hughes
Bridget Todd is Manager of the Environmental Conformity Group within Baker Hughes with a focus on chemical disclosure, product review and refinement, and greenhouse gas emissions.
Prior to joining Baker Hughes in 2011, Bridget worked as environmental consultant collaborating with energy companies globally on mitigation/remediation design, regulatory compliance, and litigation support. Bridget received a Bachelor of Science in Geology from Sam Houston State University and is an active member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers.
Stuart Kemp – Halliburton
Stuart Kemp graduated from South Texas College of Law in 1993 and after working with ExxonMobil and American Airlines on Insurance Coverage Litigation, he joined Halliburton's Law Department in 2003 as an environmental attorney. Stuart is the Senior Director of Environmental Law and oversees the Environmental Law Practice Group within Halliburton's Law Department, handling legal issues relating to Halliburton's hydraulic fracturing issues around the world.
Joe Lima – Schlumberger Well Services
Joe joined Schlumberger in 1989 as a Sand Control Field Engineer working in the Gulf of Mexico, USA. Over the past 25 years, he where has held various technical, marketing and management roles across cement, stimulation and other oilfield services with global responsibilities. In his current role as the Environmental Solutions Marketing & Technology Manager, he is focused on global implementation of high performance hydraulic fracturing fluids that exceed US drinking water quality standards as well as other processes to help reduce the overall footprint of the stimulation process. Joe is currently the Global Environmental Solutions Marketing & Technology Manager for Schlumberger. He holds a Bachelors of Science in Petroleum Engineering.
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