Ted Furlong is the Global Data Science Leader for OFS Digital, a position he has held since 2017. He has over 30 years of experience, spending the last 22 in Baker Hughes in various positions in Engineering & Technology developing sensors, controls, and algorithms of all sorts. He studied Aerospace Engineering at UT Austin, and then after a brief stint with Raytheon, pursued a Master’s and then Ph.D. in Mechanical & Electrical Engineering at Stanford. He specialized in advanced instrumentation and adaptive control, which has now evolved to become the core of the Data Science discipline of machine learning.
He is a Whitney Award winner, is named on over 25 US/International patents & applications, and is a contributing author on more than 30 conference and journal articles and a book chapter on advanced diagnostics and real time control. His hobbies include tennis, skiing, boating and playing guitar & piano.
Justin Hayes joined Bedrock Energy partners in October 2018 to lead all reserve analysis, subsurface evaluation, and development planning and optimization efforts. Prior to joining Bedrock Energy Partners, Mr. Hayes was with Anadarko Petroleum Corporation (APC) where he was managing Reservoir Engineering and Analytics efforts for APC’s Powder River Basin (PRB) asset. In the PRB, Mr. Hayes applied analytical and physics-based efforts for optimizing PRB’s appraisal and development planning. Prior to working on PRB Mr. Hayes was the Subject Matter Expert on Subsurface and Economic Evaluations for Unconventional Assets in APC’s Advanced Analytics and Emerging Technology (AAET) team. In AAET, Mr. Hayes was responsible for leading efforts to develop analytical and physics-based techniques and tools for deployment in asset development teams, acquisition and divestiture efforts, US onshore exploration, and company-wide portfolio optimization. Previously Mr. Hayes worked in various roles including US Onshore Development and Operations, and Deepwater GOM Development and Operations.
Mr. Hayes began his career with APC after graduating Cum Laude from Colorado School of Mines with a B.S. in Petroleum Engineering, where he was a Boettcher Scholar. Mr. Hayes also earned an MBA from the Jones Graduate School of Business at Rice University.