Years of professional and academic study of the needs and the methods of the energy transition are available for a friendly, frank discussion. Structured as a Q&A, the "presentation" allows for maximum content on the most important topics -- those of interest to the audience -- ranging from the science of climate change to the technologies and timeline for reducing emissions as well as the opportunities they create.
Dwayne Purvis, P.E. offers consulting and advisory services for the oil and gas industry, building on two and a half decades in reservoir engineering and executive leadership as a consultant and operator. From engineering studies and reserve reports to strategic decision-making on the energy transition, Mr. Purvis helps operators and investors with reliable analysis for prudent decisions.
He has led or participated in hundreds of engineering studies over dozens of basins in the United States and abroad and advised on tactical and strategic decisions large and small. Mr. Purvis frequently speaks and writes on issues of shale reservoirs, the energy transition, commodity prices, decline curve analysis, and risk analysis.
He is a registered professional engineer in the state of Texas, member of SPEE, AAPG, SEG, SIPES and an active, 25-year member of SPE. He is also pursuing a masters degree in sustainable energy at Johns Hopkins University.
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