The sixth SPE Petroleum Economics workshop provides a platform for knowledge-sharing in the area of petroleum economics and investment analysis. The workshop provides a great opportunity for speakers to present current topics and show their latest case studies, and for participants to engage in an informal debate with colleagues from across the oil and gas industry. This event will provide a forum to network with peers and fellow enthusiasts in petroleum economics, and exchange ideas on recent industry trends and global geopolitical challenges.
“The oil and gas industry is full of uncertainty. Above and underground uncertainties impact the way we do business and affect companies' bottom lines. Quantifying uncertainty and factoring its impact in our decision-making process can improve decision quality leading to maximising the return on investment. In addition to addressing the global economic and energy outlook, this workshop will focus on decision analysis and the value of assessing uncertainty. It is the perfect platform to gain new knowledge and sail through these uncertain times.”
Hasan A. Al-Ahmadi
Reservoir Portfolio Development Group Leader, Upstream Development Strategy and Reserves Department, Saudi Aramco
Director, Palantir Solutions
Workshop Steering Committee Member
“Over several years, the SPE Workshop on Petroleum Economics has become an important forum for the Middle East region. It successfully brings together representatives from National Oil Companies, IOC’s and service companies, and really helps educate the community on the many differing perspectives. Speakers have been of a consistently high quality and debate energetically. The focus on economics, planning and commerciality has been crucially relevant to the recent turbulent times in the industry.”
This workshop brings together a wide range of oil and gas industry professionals including practitioners of economics, petroleum law, business development, corporate business planning, government regulation, petroleum geosciences, engineering, and consulting to share ideas on relevant and recent topics and provide them with an opportunity to grow their E&P professional network.
It addresses existing and emerging upstream investor challenges, approaches to evaluation techniques, best practices in executing petroleum economics as well as the development of latest software and tools.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Business Development and Corporate Business Planning
Engineering and Consulting