Drilling: Measuring and Driving Consistent Drilling Performance – a Drilling Contractor’s Perspective

Speaker: Andreas Sadlier
Speaker Andreas Sadlier
Andreas Sadlier is currently Director of Enterprise Operations Services at Nabors Industries. In this capacity, he is responsible for leading the development of cross-business unit solutions that enhance the operational performance for Nabors services. Prior to joining Nabors in 2013, Sadlier was the Product Line Manager at Baker Hughes for ...

Andreas Sadlier is currently Director of Enterprise Operations Services at Nabors Industries. In this capacity, he is responsible for leading the development of cross-business unit solutions that enhance the operational performance for Nabors services. Prior to joining Nabors in 2013, Sadlier was the Product Line Manager at Baker Hughes for Surface Logging Services. He joined Baker Hughes in 2007 with the marketing services group in drill bit systems where he led their technical software team to develop and support various marketing intelligence systems. There he also led much of the technology development for the launch of the weekly Baker Hughes Rig Count geographic information systems (GIS) map.  More recently, he was the Product Manager for Remote Drilling Services responsible for bringing innovative remote visualization and interpretation services into the marketplace. Before moving to the global product line organization, he worked in the US Gulf of Mexico region to bring the remote service center online and launch the real-time remote pressure management service.


 


Sadlier holds a BS degree in mechanical engineering from Louisiana State University as well as an MBA from Sam Houston State University.  He is a member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) and the Product Development and Management Association (PDMA).  He is also a member of the SPE Drilling Systems Automation Technical Section (DSATS) and has coauthored and presented a number of pieces on real-time services and drilling automation topics.

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Speaker: Clint Ford
Speaker Clint Ford
Clint Ford is the Director of Business Development for Nabors US Drilling. Following his graduation from Texas A&M University with a B.S. in Industrial Distribution, Clint began his career with BP in Houston, Texas. He held various positions within BP’s Upstream Segment, including roles in Major Projects, Operations, and Drilling ...

Clint Ford is the Director of Business Development for Nabors US Drilling. Following his graduation from Texas A&M University with a B.S. in Industrial Distribution, Clint began his career with BP in Houston, Texas. He held various positions within BP’s Upstream Segment, including roles in Major Projects, Operations, and Drilling and Completions. Shortly after completing his MBA from Arizona State University, Clint joined Nabors in his current position.  As the Director of Business Development he supports the executive team in identifying market trends and changing customer drivers, as well as overseeing any external communication and marketing campaigns for Nabors US Drilling Group.  In addition, Clint manages several Major operator accounts and works closely with the marketing teams by providing relevant market data to support the identification of new leads and the development of activity plans for strategic accounts.

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As oil and gas wellbore construction becomes increasingly more complex, operators not only expect but demand higher performance from service providers. And with the shift to a more factory drilling approach to land drilling, consistent, repeatable outcomes are critical to minimizing risk in drilling program budgets.

This presentation will examine how real-time sensor data and user-friendly rig reports can be leveraged to provide visibility into the daily performance, down to a crew-level detail for operational teams or across the entire rig fleet for the executive team.  Armed with this insight, the drilling contractor can quickly identify consistently performing assets and crews and apply their best practices to operations which may need improvement thereby driving operational excellence.

Organizer Joe Tison

SPE Drilling Study Group Chair


WTison@GTweed.com

When?

Wed, Feb. 12, 2014
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. America/Chicago

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Where?

Petroleum Club
800 Bell
Houston, Texas 77002

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