Technology Adoption: Experiences from the Field
Monday, 20 July 2020, 1:45 p.m.–3:05 p.m. | Austin, Texas
1:45 Introductory Remarks
1:50 David Wishnow, Head of Energy Technology Identification & Relationship Management, Darcy Partners
1:55 Aaron Lazarus PhD., Chief Scientist Emerging Technologies, Pioneer Natural Resources
2:00 Amy R. Henry, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, EUNIKE Ventures, Inc.
2:05 Mouin Almasoodi Ph.D, Senior Staff Reservoir Engineer, Devon Energy
2:10 Mike Party, Drilling Engineer / Emerging Technology Specialist, Hess
2:15 Moderated Panel
2:40 Audience Q&A
How to foster and nurse new ideas for highest impact. What’s the best way to try out a new technology or a technique in the field? What are some lessons learned? What kinds of technologies have the most “quick-impact”?
Some of the high-impact technologies in 2019 no longer have the same economic punch. At the same time, some of the overlooked or low-impact technologies now are extremely useful, even transformative. For example, some of the smart operations that were used for monitoring geosteering and also completions can be used to plan the completions of wells in the future. In addition, with the new price environment, technologies that can result in cost reductions and well performance improvements have become more important than ever, particularly when they are coupled with geological and geochemical data which can result in a significant positive impact. As we discuss positive impact, we must also take a look at the potential negative impacts, and identify the techniques, work flows, and technologies that worked in the past that may have disastrous outcomes now.
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