May 14, 2021


Description

The SPE Members in Transition Seminar Series is designed to include a selection of topics of interest to SPE members who are transitioning in between jobs during the current industry downturn or who are looking for new career opportunities.  The agenda for the 58th seminar in the series is "Stand Out – Amplify Your Change Skills", "Members in (Energy) Transition", and will include a “Discussion of Resources for Members in Transition”. 


Featured Speakers

Speaker: Speaker #1 Name: Marisé Mikulis
Speaker Speaker #1 Name: Marisé Mikulis

Speaker #1 Title:  CEO
Speaker #1 Company: EnergyInnova
Speaker #1 Bio: A proven Upstream change leader, Marise Mikulis is experienced in working with business operations to lead and successfully implement transformational change, at narrow or sweeping scale, producing measurable business improvement. Examples include Upstream Technology Management, O&G Organizational M&A, Upstream Digital Transformation, …

Speaker #1 Title:  CEO


Speaker #1 Company: EnergyInnova


Speaker #1 Bio: A proven Upstream change leader, Marise Mikulis is experienced in working with business operations to lead and successfully implement transformational change, at narrow or sweeping scale, producing measurable business improvement. Examples include Upstream Technology Management, O&G Organizational M&A, Upstream Digital Transformation, O&G Diversity, Equality & Inclusion, and New Product Introduction. Marise has been a prominent catalyst and an effective, motivating voice in the change/growth arena for SPE, including “Winning at Change – Beating the Odds” in the 2020 GSC WIN Congress, as well as “Turning Point: Engineering Change for the Business” from SPELive July 9, 2020. She has served on the SPE Gulf Coast Section Board of Directors as Secretary and in At-Large roles and has been an SPE GCS Section Service Award recipient. Marise’s career includes affiliations with Baker Hughes, Microsoft, PGS, and Energistics.


Speaker #1 Abstract: Stand Out – Amplify Your Change Skills


Your technical strengths are a given, so how do you stand out as gifted at producing and supporting inventive solutions that get adopted as accepted norms? Good news: you’re already equipped with many of the competencies you need to showcase. Come get (re-)acquainted with our sister discipline, Change. Woven throughout are practical tips and industry-relevant examples, including new technology introduction, organization restructuring, and global energy transition.

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Speaker: Speaker #2 Name: Moji Karimi
Speaker Speaker #2 Name: Moji Karimi

Speaker #2 Title: Co-founder and CEO
Speaker #2 Company:  Cemvita Factory
Speaker #2 Bio: Moji Karimi is a multidisciplinary entrepreneur and engineer who helps ideate, develop, and commercialize ground-breaking technologies. He has a proven track record of taking ideas to market, both at big companies and startups. Moji's experiences range from developing …

Speaker #2 Title: Co-founder and CEO


Speaker #2 Company:  Cemvita Factory


Speaker #2 Bio: Moji Karimi is a multidisciplinary entrepreneur and engineer who helps ideate, develop, and commercialize ground-breaking technologies. He has a proven track record of taking ideas to market, both at big companies and startups. Moji's experiences range from developing advanced deep-water drilling methods to new biologically inspired technology with applications in the energy and space industries. Moji holds BS and MS degrees in drilling and petroleum engineering, respectively.


Speaker #2 Abstract: Members in (Energy) Transition


With change comes opportunity. In this session which includes presentation and fireside chat, Moji Karimi, co-founder and CEO of Cemvita Factory describes how the energy transition is giving birth to a new industry where Oil and Gas professionals can embark on a new journey. In particular, Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage (CCUS) and Subsurface Carbon Utilization as opportunity areas where a petroleum engineer's skills can be transferred.

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Organizer

Yetunde Okediji / Susan Howes

Event Contact Name: Yetunde Okediji / Susan Howes


 


Event Contact Email: yetunde.okediji@gmail.com / c.susan.howes@gmail.com


Event Contact Phone #: 817-845-5876 / 713-553-5020


Date and Time

Fri, May 14, 2021

11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

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Location

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United States of America

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