May 13, 2020


Description

It is difficult to overstate just how dire the situation is in North America at the present moment. Industry sentiment going into 2020 was “merely” bad but recent developments have pushed the production landscape to the brink.

In this webinar, David Vaucher will provide a viewpoint to answer the following crucial questions:

  • Just how bad can things get?
  • Is there any light at the end of the tunnel?
  • How have these general conditions affected the fracing market specifically?

While the fracing market was in a state of oversupply well before this year’s recent events, one bright spot piquing the interest of operators was electric fracturing. Mr. Vaucher will cover a recent study which examined:

  • Perceived benefits of the technology
  • Potential cost savings relative to diesel fuel

Featured Speakers

Speaker: David Vaucher
Speaker David Vaucher
David Vaucher is an Associate Director in IHS Markit’s Cost & Technology group, where he oversees the company’s analysis on North American upstream field operations. He previously worked for the management consultancy Alvarez & Marsal where he contributed to a variety of projects to optimize clients’ cost structure and profitability, …

David Vaucher is an Associate Director in IHS Markit’s Cost & Technology group, where he oversees the company’s analysis on North American upstream field operations. He previously worked for the management consultancy Alvarez & Marsal where he contributed to a variety of projects to optimize clients’ cost structure and profitability, and prior to that held a variety of upstream technical roles.


Mr. Vaucher holds a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering from Rice University, an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin, and a Master of Engineering in petroleum engineering from Texas A&M University at College Station. He has passed the examination to be an SPE-certified petroleum engineer.

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Organizer

Romina Myrtaj

Email:Rominamyrtaj2019@gmail.com


Date and Time

Wed, May 13, 2020

noon - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

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Location

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