Oct. 19, 2022


Description

Measuring, reporting, and forecasting Greenhouse Gas ("GHG") emissions has become an integral part of quantifying associated ESG risks and rewards. As a result, GHG emission metrics and targets are incorporated with internal and external company goals and are evaluated within the phases of project and development planning.

In this forum, we will discuss how to integrate emissions calculation and forecasting with the overall decision-making process to deliver results of decarbonization promises and support progress toward net zero goals.

We will kick off with a networking happy hour from 5-6, followed a presentation and Q&A from 6-7, and end with a raffle.

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Featured Speakers

Speaker: Vahid Shabro
Speaker Vahid Shabro

Vahid Shabro is the Product Manager for GHG at ComboCurve with over 15 years of research and industry experience ranging from sustainability, decarbonization strategy and accounting, and risk management to project planning and execution in energy, high-tech, and software sectors. Before joining ComboCurve, Shabro was selected to start the Low …

Vahid Shabro is the Product Manager for GHG at ComboCurve with over 15 years of research and industry experience ranging from sustainability, decarbonization strategy and accounting, and risk management to project planning and execution in energy, high-tech, and software sectors. Before joining ComboCurve, Shabro was selected to start the Low Carbon & Sustainability team to transform BPX Energy into a low carbon energy producer within BP, where emissions were nearly halved within two years. He holds a Ph.D. in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin, where he is an Advisory Board Member at the Center for Subsurface Energy and the Environment.

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Speaker: Nathaniel Hartwig
Speaker Nathaniel Hartwig

Nathaniel Hartwig holds a B.S. in Industrial Engineering from the Louisiana State University and received his MBA in Strategic Leadership from Michigan State University.  After starting his career as a field engineer with ExxonMobil for 9 years, he moved to McKinsey & Company supporting Energy companies on Strategy and Operations …

Nathaniel Hartwig holds a B.S. in Industrial Engineering from the Louisiana State University and received his MBA in Strategic Leadership from Michigan State University.  After starting his career as a field engineer with ExxonMobil for 9 years, he moved to McKinsey & Company supporting Energy companies on Strategy and Operations around the world.  He joined Schlumberger in 2014 holding various Director, Vice President and General Manager positions in operations and strategy based in Houston, Dubai and Abu Dhabi. He supported the corporate strategy creation for our current CEO leading sustainability and marketing.  


He is currently Director North America, Schlumberger New Energy, leading new energy solutions in North America.  Those include Carbon Capture, Hydrogen, GeoThermal,  Energy Storage, and Critical Minerals.   Nathan is currently on the Board of Directors at Pure Energy a low carbon Lithium company. 


Notably, Nathan recently gave a speech with the US Department of Energy Secretary Granholm announcing the Geothermal Earth Shot here in Houston.  Today he lives in Houston and is also an active triathlete. 

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Speaker: Trina Engels
Speaker Trina Engels

Trina Engels is the Director of ESG for Talos Energy (NYSE:TALO) where she is leading sustainability initiatives, driving ESG communications and reporting efforts, carbon mapping, and shaping the company’s energy transition strategy. Prior to joining Talos she held the position of ESG Director for NewTech Global Environmental where she advised …

Trina Engels is the Director of ESG for Talos Energy (NYSE:TALO) where she is leading sustainability initiatives, driving ESG communications and reporting efforts, carbon mapping, and shaping the company’s energy transition strategy. Prior to joining Talos she held the position of ESG Director for NewTech Global Environmental where she advised private equity and small to mid-size energy companies along their ESG journey, developed strategic sustainability plans, and conducted emissions studies.


With more the 24 years of experience in the energy industry, Engels has developed expertise working for both E&P and integrated companies such as Occidental Petroleum, Anadarko Petroleum, and ExxonMobil. Her previous roles include serving as Project Advancement and Planning Director, International and U.S. Commercial Engineering Advisor, Regulatory Engineering Manager, Production Manager, Corporate Strategic Planning Engineer, and various other engineering roles in both onshore shale and offshore conventional resource plays around the world. 


Engels holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from the University of South Florida, a Master of Science degree in Environmental Engineering from The University of Texas at Austin and is a Harvard Business School alumnus through their Executive Education Program. She has been a long standing member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers and evolved in numerous Gulf Coast Section committees over the years such as D&I, Scholarships, and Young Professionals.

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Speaker: Eric Wooten
Speaker Eric Wooten

Eric Wooten is an Environmental Department Manager for Sport Environmental, a Terracon Company. Eric focuses on helping clients develop accurate and sustainable GHG and ESG programs, while providing insight into current and emerging air quality regulations. Eric started his career as an environmental professional in 2014 with Occidental after graduating …

Eric Wooten is an Environmental Department Manager for Sport Environmental, a Terracon Company. Eric focuses on helping clients develop accurate and sustainable GHG and ESG programs, while providing insight into current and emerging air quality regulations. Eric started his career as an environmental professional in 2014 with Occidental after graduating from the University of Missouri School of Law. During his eight years with Occidental, Eric held various roles of increasing responsibility related to developing, implementing, and advocating for effective state and federal environmental programs.

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Organizer

Megan Jones


Date and Time

Wed, Oct. 19, 2022

5 p.m. - 7 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

Pricing

  • SPE Non-Member Pricing
    $55.00
    (ends 10/19/2022)
  • SPE Member Pricing
    $45.00
    (ends 10/19/2022)

Location

Petroleum Club of Houston, 35th Floor, Total Plaza

1201 Louisiana Street, Floor 35
Houston, Texas 77002