Speaker: Dwayne Purvis, PE
Topic: Joint Ethics Seminar with SPEE - Ethics of Brinkmanship
Date: Thursday, November 8, 2018
Location: Brookhaven College Geological Institute, (Map)
Cost: $25 if SPE member paying electronically in advance, $10 for students, retirees, and members in transition. All others $30.
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Dwayne Purvis, P.E. has spent over two decades in reservoir engineering and executive leadership as a consultant and operator. He has led or participated in hundreds of field studies and reserve analyses over dozens of basins in the United States and abroad, and he has participated in the sale or acquisition of projects valued from tens of thousands to billions of dollars.
Before starting his own consulting practice in 2015, he served Jetta Operating Company as Reservoir Engineering Manager and Reserves Manager. Prior roles include founder and Executive Vice President of consulting firm The Strickland Group and partner at Cawley, Gillespie & Associates.
\Mr. Purvis has published on issues of reserves, risk analysis and shale reservoirs. He is a registered professional engineer in the state of Texas, member of SPEE, AAPG, SEG and a 25-year member of SPE.
Ethical people are the most common doers of unethical deeds, and they often do it because they don't realize they have gone over the edge. In fact, research tells us that everyone behaves unethically, but only to the extent that we can internally justify our actions.
Mr. Purvis will examine how people get into situations that place them at professional, moral and legal risk, then how to recognize, evaluate and resolve them. Using a combination of videos, examples, and condescending pontification, Mr. Purvis help to raise your sensitivity to and skill to resolve ethical challenges.