May 6, 2022


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 sixty-ninth seminar in the series will include Strategies and Best Practices for Getting Technical Papers Published, From Good to Great Feedbackand a “Discussion of Resources for SPE Members”


Featured Speakers

Speaker: Speaker #1 Name: Byron Haynes, Jr., PE
Speaker Speaker #1 Name: Byron Haynes, Jr., PE

Speaker #1 Title: Lead Reservoir Engineer
Speaker #1 Company:  North Caspian Operating Company N.V.
Speaker #1 Bio: Byron Haynes works for Shell Oil Company as a Lead Reservoir Engineer in the North Caspian Operating Company in Atyrau, Kazakhstan.  Byron has 35 years industry experience in reservoir management, field production operations, waterflood management …

Speaker #1 Title: Lead Reservoir Engineer


Speaker #1 Company:  North Caspian Operating Company N.V.


Speaker #1 Bio: Byron Haynes works for Shell Oil Company as a Lead Reservoir Engineer in the North Caspian Operating Company in Atyrau, Kazakhstan.  Byron has 35 years industry experience in reservoir management, field production operations, waterflood management and gas flood EOR operations. Since 2005, he has been a technical editor and associate editor for the SPE Reservoir Evaluation and Engineering and SPE Production Operations magazines.  Byron is a professional engineer in Texas and Alaska and has BS and MS degrees in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Texas.


 


Speaker #1 Abstract: Strategies and Best Practices for Getting Technical Papers Published


Do you have an original technical work that you’d like to present at an SPE conference or publish in a journal? Join this webinar to learn best practices for writing papers that will be more likely selected by the conference program committee or published in a journal.  Organize your paper well to achieve your objective of disseminating technology to industry colleagues.

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Speaker: Speaker #2 Name: Birlie Bourgeois
Speaker Speaker #2 Name: Birlie Bourgeois

Speaker #2 Name: Birlie Bourgeois
Speaker #2 Title:  Asset Manager Permian New Mexico and East Texas
Speaker #2 Company: Chevron
Speaker #2 Bio: Birlie Bourgeois is the Asset Manager – Permian New Mexico and East Texas at Chevron. Birlie holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Petroleum Engineering from LSU, is a licensed professional engineer …

Speaker #2 Name: Birlie Bourgeois


Speaker #2 Title:  Asset Manager Permian New Mexico and East Texas


Speaker #2 Company: Chevron


Speaker #2 Bio: Birlie Bourgeois is the Asset Manager – Permian New Mexico and East Texas at Chevron. Birlie holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Petroleum Engineering from LSU, is a licensed professional engineer in petroleum engineering in the state of Louisiana (#32123) and has worked for Chevron since graduation in 2000.  His career has given him the opportunity to work in multiple basins with hands-on field exposure (drilling, completions, production, reservoir), technology (iField, UWT, Digital OC), business strategy (BD, strategy & Planning) and leadership responsibilities.


Birlie has passion around the inclusion, talent management and improving the business through transformative tools and technologies.


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Speaker #2 Abstract: From Good to Great Feedback


“Feedback is a gift.” Feedback has always been an important tool to coach, grow, develop and correct others.  There have been many feedback models shared over time which promise to improve the feedback process, but why doesn’t feedback always feel like a gift?  The problem doesn’t seem to lie in the processes, rather, it seems to be based in the person’s motivations behind giving the feedback.  Based on his 21 years of professional experience, Birlie will share some of the common pitfalls that he’s seen in the way people approach feedback and some easy tests you can use to help you grow your feedback from good to great.

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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 6, 2022

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

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Location

At your computer



United States of America

The webinar login information will be sent by email the morning of the event.