Reservoir: What Makes the Delaware Tick?

Speaker: Jeff Sieler
Speaker Jeff Sieler
Jeff Sieler is a Managing Director in the Global Energy Group of Citigroup Investment Bank headquartered in Houston, Texas. Sieler joined Citigroup as the founding member of the A&D team in 2014. Sieler's industry and technical experience prior to banking spans over 30 years with companies such as: Shell Oil ...

Jeff Sieler is a Managing Director in the Global Energy Group of Citigroup Investment Bank headquartered in Houston, Texas. Sieler joined Citigroup as the founding member of the A&D team in 2014. Sieler's industry and technical experience prior to banking spans over 30 years with companies such as: Shell Oil Co., Marathon Oil Co., and Kinder Morgan CO2. He was the leader of Marathon's Reservoir Performance team and Champion of its Eagle Ford Integrated Project Team prior to joining Citi. Sieler's 28 years with Shell culminated at the vice president level as manager of the subsurface and well technologies team, and as a member of Royal Dutch Shell’s Research and Development council. He graduated from Tulane University with an M.S. degree in petroleum engineering and a B.S. degree in chemical engineering from the University of North Dakota.


 


Bronze Sponsors



 

Full Description

The Permian basin has more rigs running than any other basin in the lower 48. Currently the Delaware sub basin has more rigs running than the Midland sub basin. The first half of the year was dominated by spectacular transactions in the Delaware. Many research firms conclude that the Delaware has some of the lowest break even prices in the unconventional landscape. At least three super majors and ten major independents are materially active in the sub basin. Newly discovered reservoirs in deeper formations are proving to be strategic game changers in the Delaware. Midstream infrastructure is gearing up for additional capacity both with respect to oil and gas.  What is under pinning this list of impressive metrics? Mr. Sieler will review the various dimensions of geology, engineering, economics, deal space, and midstream activities that are driving the Delaware.  

 

NO WALK-IN REGISTRATIONS AVAILABLE FOR THIS MEETING

 

Valet parking available for $25. The Petroleum Club provides a $10 discount sticker. 

 

Late arrivals after 12 p.m. will be considered no-show. 

Organizer Swathika Jayakumar

Email Organizer: Swathika.spe@gmail.com 


 


Bronze Sponsors


 



&


When?

Wed, Jan. 10, 2018
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. US/Central

How Much?

A $5 donation for the SPE-GCS Scholarship Fund has automatically been added to the registration fee. Use OptOut in the Discount Code field if you do not wish to donate at this time.
Event has ended

Where?

Petroleum Club – Wyatt Suite
1201 Louisiana St, 35th Floor
Houston, Texas 77002

Refund Policy: You must notify the SPE-GCS office of your intent to cancel at least 24 hours prior to the event date to receive a refund. For all refund inquiries, email spe-gcs@spe.org. View our Terms & Conditions for more information.