Wood Mackenzie at URTeC 2019

Survival of the fittest

In the volatile unconventional oil market, it takes a certain measure of strength to compete. Wood Mackenzie is pleased to take part in the Unconventional Research Technology (URTeC) Conference, where we'll share the tools you need to survive the evolving unknowns emerging in today's shale oil landscape.

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Analytics of the fittest

Wood Mackenzie analysts will offer three presentations throughout the URTeC technical program. Connect with our experts on the top issues afflicting unconventionals. We'll cover tight oil decline rates, Permian produced water and gas-to-oil ratios' impacts on midstream pipeline constraints. Scroll down to access the full abstracts for our technical presentations, and meet with our analysts during URTeC at booth 1323 to dive deeper into the topics.

 

Technology of the fittest

Do you have the technology to survive the unthinkable? Could you survive a $30/bbl oil market landscape?

We're delighted to unveil our newest upstream evaluations and benchmarking tool at URTeC this year. Introducing Lens® Well Evaluator, the data powerhouse you need to survive anything this market throws at you. Throughout the week, we're offering you the first glimpse at our unmatched play intelligence technology. Stop by booth 1323 and receive your 14-day free trial. 

For questions, please contact Katie Flynn at katie.flynn@woodmac.com. 

Agenda

  • 22 July 2019

    • Faster Tight Oil Decline Rates Could Mean Growing Project Spend and More Deals

      CLICK HERE to view the full abstract. 

      Location: Exhibit Hall, Station A

      Speakers

      • Mr. Duman joined Wood Mackenzie in 2015 as a Senior Analyst for the Lower 48 Upstream Team. His current focus is in leading the North American crude and natural gas supply forecasting efforts. In addition he also specializes on Lower 48 onshore plays with an emphasis on the Rocky Mountains and Northeast regions. Prior to joining Wood Mackenzie, Mr. Duman worked as an Energy Market Analyst for Ponderosa Advisors. While at Ponderosa Mr. Duman focused on upstream markets constructing supply forecasts, field and producer economics and market trends. Mr. Duman holds a Bachelor of Science from The University of Michigan and a Masters in Natural Resource Economics from Michigan Technological University.

      • Robert Clarke has been with Wood Mackenzie since 2005, originally as a member of the company’s initial US Lower 48 Upstream Research group in Houston. He has covered numerous US regions and led much of Wood Mackenzie’s early US onshore, shale gas, and tight oil research. He managed the company’s international shale, CBM, and tight gas research from 2009 to 2014 and has widespread experience benchmarking and valuing exploratory global unconventional assets. Over this period, he worked extensively with NOCs and governments. He relocated to Dallas in 2015 and now works closely with domestic E&Ps, investors, and service companies specific to North Texas. Robert specialises in geologic play description, portfolio valuation, production forecasting, analogue modelling, and sector trend analysis. He has worked on upstream consulting projects, ranging from asset opportunity screenings for the majors, to due diligence work for private equity-led M&A. Robert regularly contributes his research conclusions to written media and is a frequent speaker and panel moderator at industry conferences. Prior to joining Wood Mackenzie, he worked as a Field Geologist for a private engineering and consulting firm in Houston, Texas. Robert graduated Cum Laude from Texas A&M University in 2001 with a BA in Geology, and received a MBA in 2005 from the Eller College of Management at the University of Arizona. He is also an adjunct professor in the Energy MBA program at the Neeley School of Business at TCU in Fort Worth.

    • Benchmarking the majors

      Would your operations survive in a match up against the majors? Use Lens® Well Evaluator to benchmark companies, assets and operations to keep your competitive edge.

      Location: Exhibit Hall, Booth #1323

      Speakers

      • Jake is a Lead Specialist as a part of the Customer Solutions team at Wood Mackenzie. He spends his days building workflow-oriented solutions for Wood Mackenzie customers. Jake has worked in the oil and gas industry for more than 10 years. Prior to joining Wood Mackenzie, he held geoscience support roles at Petrosys USA and DownUnder Geosolutions. Jake holds a bachelor's degree in geology from the University of Florida and a master's degree in geology New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology.

  • 23 July 2019

    • Completions cost savings

      Is it possible to overcome inferior geology by optimizing frac design without sacrificing capital efficiency? Find out our strategy using Lens® Well Evaluator.



      Location: Exhibit Hall, Booth #1323

      Speakers

      • As Product Director for Lower 48 data analytics, Andrew leads technical teams to build and deliver data solutions for WoodMac's customers. Andrew joined Wood Mackenzie in 2009 as a Product Analyst for the unconventional oil & gas research team, specializing in global shale gas and tight oil plays. Andrew holds a Bachelor of Science degree from The University of North Carolina at Wilmington in Economics and Information Technology.

    • Core vs non-core acreage

      How is geology impacting your well performance? Use Lens® Well Evaluator to understand how subsurface characteristics play a role in determining well productivity.

      Location: Exhibit Hall, Booth #1323

      Speakers

      • Stephanie is a product analyst as a part of the subsurface team at Wood Mackenzie. In her daily role, she focuses on understanding client workflows related to benchmarking and analysis of historical Lower 48 well and production data while also ensuring that Wood Mackenzie delivers tools and solutions necessary to exceed client needs. Stephanie has worked in the oil and gas industry for more than 10 years. Prior to joining Wood Mackenzie, she was a geoscientist at Schlumberger specializing in the development, marketing and support of subsurface modeling tools and data management solutions. Stephanie holds a bachelor's degree in geology with a minor in business foundations from the University of Texas at Austin.

  • 24 July 2019

    • Permian Produced Water: Impact of Rising Handling Costs and Larger Water Cuts on Wolfcamp Growth

      CLICK HERE  to view the full abstract. 

      Location: Room 601/603

      Speakers

      • Mr. Duman joined Wood Mackenzie in 2015 as a Senior Analyst for the Lower 48 Upstream Team. His current focus is in leading the North American crude and natural gas supply forecasting efforts. In addition he also specializes on Lower 48 onshore plays with an emphasis on the Rocky Mountains and Northeast regions. Prior to joining Wood Mackenzie, Mr. Duman worked as an Energy Market Analyst for Ponderosa Advisors. While at Ponderosa Mr. Duman focused on upstream markets constructing supply forecasts, field and producer economics and market trends. Mr. Duman holds a Bachelor of Science from The University of Michigan and a Masters in Natural Resource Economics from Michigan Technological University.

    • Monetizing Growing Permian Basin Supply: A Holistic Midstream Approach to Understanding Potential Bo

      CLICK HERE to view the full abstract.

      Location: Room 708/710/712

      Speakers

      • Eugene Kim is a Research Director on Wood Mackenzie’s Americas Gas Research team, which covers short term and long term market analysis and outlooks for supply, demand, pricing, and flows in North America and as part of the global gas market. Eugene recently re-joined Wood Mackenzie in 2018, initially serving as the senior analyst for the Americas Gas Research team from 2005 to 2007. In between, Eugene took several commodity trading analytics roles at Citadel, Shell Trading and most recently Millennium Management where he served as an Oil and Gas Strategist managing fundamental supply-demand balances to generate trading recommendations. Prior to his initial role at Wood Mackenzie, Eugene performed geological research for the Texas Bureau of Economic Geology publishing several Permian, Gulf Coast, East Texas, and Barnett play analyses and reservoir characterization studies. Eugene holds a Ph.D. in Geological Sciences from The University of Texas at Austin and a B.S.E in Mineral and Petroleum Engineering from Seoul National University.

    • Benchmarking the majors

      Would your operations survive in a match up against the majors? Use Lens® Well Evaluator to benchmark companies, assets and operations to keep your competitive edge.

      Location: Exhibit Hall, Booth #1323

      Speakers

      • Jake is a Lead Specialist as a part of the Customer Solutions team at Wood Mackenzie. He spends his days building workflow-oriented solutions for Wood Mackenzie customers. Jake has worked in the oil and gas industry for more than 10 years. Prior to joining Wood Mackenzie, he held geoscience support roles at Petrosys USA and DownUnder Geosolutions. Jake holds a bachelor's degree in geology from the University of Florida and a master's degree in geology New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology.

Fees

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