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2016-17 DL Speakers: The 'Most Wanted'

Hi SPE NYNE!!

 

Please find below the 10 Distinguished Lecture Speakers who received the top number of votes for our 2016-2017 speakers.  This list will be submitted to SPE, and we will let you know when we get our DL assignments.

 

Thanks to everyone who submitted their votes!

 

Rank

DL Lecturer

Title if the talk

1

Ian Walton

The Role of Natural Fractures in Shale Gas Production: What Does Production Data Tell Us?

2

Isabela Falk

Improving Reservoir Simulation Modeling with Seismic Attributes

3

Reidar B. Bratvold

Creating Value from Uncertainty and Flexibility

4

Daniel Yang

The Value and the Danger of Complex Reservoir Simulations

5

Steve Morice

Borehole Seismic Solutions for Integrated Reservoir Characterization and Monitoring

6

Basak Kurtoglu

Creating a Worldwide Unconventional Revolution Through a Technically Driven Strategy

7

Ed Grave

Verifying Performance and Capability of New Technology for Surface and Subsurface Facilities

8

Frans van den Berg

The Digital Oilfield - Collaborative Working at Global Scale

9

Kevin Fisher

Integration from Multiple Disciplines in Horizontal Well Evaluations to Increase Production in Organic Rich Shales

10

Frank Blaskovich

Energy Policy: Is it Effective? Is it Fair?

 

  

 

A past event: 

 We pleased to announce that we have a SPE Young Professional  Ambassador Lecturer coming up soon.  This event is co-organized with the MIT Energy Club, and is free and open to the public.  Hope to see you there! 

 

A War Of Attrition: Energy In A State Of Flux

Dr. Anthony Yuen, Director, Global Energy Strategist Citi Research

  • Gas-on-Gas Competition
  • Shale Gas vs. Renewables – Who Will Win Out?
  • A Global War of Attrition in the Oil Market – Who Will Buckle First?

 

Friday, November 6, 2015 

10:00am to 11:00am

MIT 3-133

 

About the Speaker:

Anthony is Global Energy Strategist and also leads global macro and quantitative research within the Commodities Strategy group. He conducts research on oil, gas, power, coal, renewables and emissions, and has published on the US shale revolution, gas and oil exports, nuclear in Japan, peak coal in China, Russia-China gas and climate issues, among others. Widely cited in the media, including the Bloomberg, Financial Times and Wall Street Journal etc, he also was a reviewer of IEA’s World Energy Outlook and has advised the US Energy Information Administration. Before Citi, he worked at McKinsey & Company and Constellation Energy's Global Commodities Group, one of the largest physical/financial trading operations in North America. He previously held research and teaching positions at the University of Pennsylvania and was a faculty member of Columbia University. He received his undergraduate and graduate engineering degrees (electrical/computer/photonics) from the University of Toronto and his Ph.D. degree in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania. He is a member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers.


 

 

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY - OUR NEWEST STUDENT CHAPTER

We are excited to announce that we have a brand new student chapter in NYNE SPE - Columbia University!

This is our first student chapter in NYC, and we hope this will lead to more events in The Big Apple.  See the upcoming Distinguished Lecture Event for our first NYC event!

If you are interested in joining the Columbia University Chapter or finding out more information, check out their awesome webpage:

http://blogs.cuit.columbia.edu/cups/

 

 

 

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Meet Jing Yang!

 

Jing Yang is an Associate Scientist at Schlumberger-Doll Research (SDR) in Cambridge MA. She works in the reservoir geosciences department, developing novel methods to study unconventional resources such as oil shale and gas shale at nanoscale.

Jing earned her PhD in Applied Physics at Harvard in 2014 and Bachelor of Science from University of Science and Technology of China in 2008. She is actively involved with energy communities at Harvard while she completed the 2-year program of Graduate Consortium on Energy and Environment, which provided her a broad exposure on energy issues. She enjoys back-packing, watching musicals, and skiing besides working.