Feb. 22, 2018


Description

New development plays often require technology development to mature their potential.  The Jack/St. Malo development, in the GOM’s Lower Tertiary play, is an clear example where both technology development and collaborative relationships were required to exploit the fields’ significant resource potential.  

Key success factors were early recognition of, and investment in,game changer technologies, and fostering long term relationships and excellent collaboration with Service Providers and Co-owners to make them a reality.

 

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Featured Speakers

Speaker: Christopher Riccobono
Speaker Christopher Riccobono
Chris Riccobono has over 37 years of industry experience predominately focused on Upstream Development and Operations.  He has held a variety of Petroleum Engineering, Staff and Leadership roles across all phases of Chevron’s projects and operations.  He has been involved with new field development projects in West Africa, Scotland, Norway and most …

Chris Riccobono has over 37 years of industry experience predominately focused on Upstream Development and Operations.  He has held a variety of Petroleum Engineering, Staff and Leadership roles across all phases of Chevron’s projects and operations.  He has been involved with new field development projects in West Africa, Scotland, Norway and most recently, the Gulf of Mexico.  Between 2010 and January 2017, he was the Subsurface Manager for the Jack/St. Malo Development. 

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Organizer

Swathika Jayakumar

Email Organizer: Swathika.spe@gmail.com 


 


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Date and Time

Thu, Feb. 22, 2018

11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

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Location

Fleming's Prime Steakhouse (River Oaks)

2405 W Alabama St
Houston, Texas 77098

 


 


 



Group(s): Reservoir