The Leviathan Project: Groundbreaking Discoveries, Massive Untapped Potential & Long-Term Reliability

Speaker: Brian Hogan, Project Manager for Noble Energy’s Leviathan Development
Speaker Brian Hogan, Project Manager for Noble Energy’s Leviathan Development
Brian Hogan brings almost 20 years of experience in the oil and natural gas industry to his current role as Project Manager for Noble Energy’s Leviathan Development. Prior to this role, he served as Onshore Manager for Noble Energy’s Tamar Development, which currently supplies 60 percent of Israel’s power generation. ...

Brian Hogan brings almost 20 years of experience in the oil and natural gas industry to his current role as Project Manager for Noble Energy’s Leviathan Development. Prior to this role, he served as Onshore Manager for Noble Energy’s Tamar Development, which currently supplies 60 percent of Israel’s power generation. His responsibilities on Tamar included oversight of expansion of the Ashdod Onshore Terminal. Brian also managed the Tamar Compression Project, which further expanded the Ashdod Terminal capacity following the start-up of Tamar.  Previously, he served as Project Manager for Noble Energy’s Aphrodite Development located offshore Cyprus in the Eastern Mediterranean.


 


 

Full Description

Noble Energy’s work in the Eastern Mediterranean can be described in firsts. With groundbreaking discoveries and major project execution, they are advancing energy security in the region with a long-term, reliable supply of natural gas. The company’s Tamar Platform supplies 60 percent of Israel’s power generation. The Leviathan Project is on track for first production by the end of 2019. Don’t miss the opportunity for a personal glimpse from Leviathan Project Manager Brian Hogan into how Noble Energy’s Major Projects Team is navigating the challenges of major project execution to deliver natural gas to the Eastern Mediterranean from the company’s largest discovery and third major project in the region.

Organizer Mark Sokolow

Jan. 18, 2018
11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.


Petroleum Club of Houston


1201 Louisiana, 35th floor


Houston, TX 77002

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Thu, Jan. 18, 2018
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. US/Central

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