WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This 3-day Conference Has Been Designed For Job Functions Including:
- VPs of Operations
- VPs of Facilities
- VPS of Engineering
- VPs of EHS&R
- Regulatory Directors
- Senior Facilities Engineers
- Production Engineers
- Automation Specialists
- Data Scientists
- Senior Operations Managers
- Production Superintendents
- Facility Engineering Directors
- Environmental Managers
- Automation Leads
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The Texas Railroad Commission
Travis EthredgeDirector, Environment and Sustainability
Chris J WhiteDirector, Operational Excellence
Ali HamshariFacilities & Construction Manager
Lucas GreenSenior Project Manager
Maverick Natural Resources
Shayne JeterPermian Basin Production Superintendent
With more than 20 years of experience in the oil and gas industry. For the better part of the last decade, Shayne has helped multiple private equity companies manage start up, growth, and profitable exit strategies. Most recently helping Riley Exploration Permian transition from a private equity company to being a publicly traded company. Automation, Facility Construction, Infrastructure Planning, Production and Workovers are among Jeter’s responsibilities at Riley Permian. Shayne holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Economics/ Finance from Eastern New Mexico University. While not working, Shayne enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter and playing golf.
Gary BaxterArea Field Superintendent
Syed AliIIoT & Automation Specialist
Chevron Technology Centre, Asset Performance
Nicholas DurhamAdvising Facilities Engineer
Nic Durham is an Advising Facilities Engineering for Devon Energy and has been with the organization since 2014. He has over 12 years of experience in Oil & Gas including roles in upstream, midstream, and downstream. He is a graduate of Oklahoma State University where she earned a BS in Chemical Engineering and is a licensed Professional Engineer in the state of Oklahoma. In his free time Nic enjoys reading, golf, family road trips and creating overcomplicate spreadsheets for non-sense reasons like all engineers should.
Stuart FergusonConstruction & Facilities Asset Infrastructure Manager
Discovery Natural Resources
Matt WarrenNational Oil and Gas Program Lead
Solomon AdenleInfrastructure Project Manager
Steven AutrySenior Facilities Engineer
Magnolia Oil & Gas
Brandon DavisAutomation Manager
Red Bluff Resources
Hoss BelyadiSenior Data Scientist/Engineer
Vine Oil & Gas
Hoss Belyadi is a senior data scientist/engineer at Vine Oil and Gas, LP. Additionally, he is the founder and CEO of Obsertelligence, LLC, focused on providing artificial intelligence (AI) in-house training and solutions. Mr. Belyadi has served as an adjunct faculty member at multiple universities, including West Virginia University, Marietta College, and Saint Francis University. There, he taught data analytics, natural gas engineering, enhanced oil recovery, and hydraulic fracture stimulation design. Mr. Belyadi has over 10 years of experience working in various conventional and unconventional reservoirs across the world. He has worked on various machine learning projects and held short courses across various universities, organizations, and the department of energy (DOE). Mr. Belyadi is the primary author of "Hydraulic Fracturing in Unconventional Reservoirs (1st and 2nd editions) and is the author of "Machine Learning Guide for Oil and Gas Using Python." Hoss earned his BS and MS, both in petroleum and natural gas engineering from West Virginia University.
Toby BakerExecutive Director,
Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
Toby Baker was appointed executive director of the TCEQ on August 20, 2018.
The executive director, who is hired by the commissioners, is responsible for managing the agency’s day-to-day operations.
Prior to Baker’s recent move to executive director, he served as commissioner for TCEQ for 6 years. He along with his two fellow full-time commissioners established overall agency direction and policy and made final determinations on contested permitting and enforcement matters.
Baker also serves as Governor Abbott's appointee to the Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Council, represents Texas as the chair on the Gulf of Mexico Alliance Management Team, and serves on the Coastal Land Advisory Board.
Baker was a policy and budget advisor on energy, natural resources and agriculture issues for the Governor’s Office, where he was also the liaison between the office and members of the Legislature, constituents, the Railroad Commission of Texas, the TCEQ, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, the Texas Department of Agriculture, and the Texas Animal Health Commission. He is a past natural resource policy advisor to Sen. Craig Estes, and the former diretor and clerk of the Texas Senate Subcommittee on Agriculture, Rural Affairs and Coastal Resources.
Baker received a bachelor’s degree from Texas A&M University, where he was a member of the Corps of Cadets, and a Master of Public Service and Administration from the Texas A&M George Bush School of Government and Public Service. He is also a graduate of the National Outdoor Leadership School and the Governor’s Executive Development Program at the University of Texas LBJ School of Public Affairs.
Jake BalderramaFacilities Superintendent
Formerly With Guidon Energy
Jacob MoehrigSenior Production Engineer
Gauthier PierozakESG Advisor
Steve HuntPresident, Project Manager
Big Rock Consulting International
Hans MuellerCTO and Co-Founder
Hans has been involved in turning waste into energy for concrete plants and public landfills. He designed, engineered, and constructed two generations of ERS units, which are known as the most sophisticated, systems-based engineering design in the field over the last 8 years with EcoVapor. He is a Colorado School of Mines graduate with a BS in Engineering. He was named the Entrepreneur of the Year in 2012 by the Colorado Cleantech Industry Association.
Perspectives on the evolving regulatory framework and how operators can monitor their carbon footprint. Plus regulators insights into the implementation and new approaches and technologies
Case Studies From Leading Operators On Their Experience:
- Implementing and building reliable power infrastructures
- Implementing strategies & technologies for sustainable flare emissions reduction
- Calculating the impact of upfront capital investment on longer-term operational expenditure
- Optimal approaches to retrofitting & optimizing existing assets to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and expenditure
- Investigating the impact of new modular facility design on fast tracking facility construction
- Investing new developments in multiphase metering to deliver greater accuracy at the well head
- Discover how to mitigate gas break out in liquid emulsion though utilizing multiphase flow meters
- New innovations in technologies for tank venting mitigation
- Evaluating centralized tank battery designs for their effectiveness in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and expenditure
- Delivering continuous onsite monitoring to accurately detect, report and mitigate fugitive emissions
- Overcoming barriers to electrification
- Power infrastructures for remote facilities: investigating options for supplying electricity to remote areas
- Generating electrical power to sell back to the grid and industries with needs for additional electrical power
- Mitigating flare on low and high pressure gas sales
- Striking the balance between upfront capital investment and automation and longer-term reductions in lease operating expenditure
- Implementing the right mix of automation applications and technologies to allow the facility to be operated by exception
- Key insights into how automation implementation is shaping manpower resources and allowing the facility to run lean
- Utilizing data for facility controls
- Investing the capabilities of digital technologies to move us beyond the automated facility to the truly smart facility