The Only Place To Hear Real Insight From The Industry's Top Decision Makers

Our speaker line-up is handpicked to bring you the decommissioning and late-life information that really matters to your business.

The summit has a proven legacy of bringing together only the best regulators, operators, service providers and industry bodies in the business. Take a look below at just some of the names who will be sharing insight with you in March.

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Leading Operators

Win Thornton
Win Thornton
VP Decommissioning
BP

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BP

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Dave Sinclair
Dave Sinclair
Head of Decommissioning
Maersk Oil

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Maersk

Speaker bio coming soon.

Mike Bishop
Mike Bishop
Norway Decommissioning Manager
Repsol

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Speaker bio coming soon.

soon
Andrew Richmond
GOM Decommissioning Manager
Shell

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Shell

Speaker bio coming soon.

Larry Johnson
Larry Johnson
Decommissioning and Abandonment Lead
BHP Billiton

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BHP Billiton

Speaker bio coming soon.

Keith Acker
Keith Acker
Senior VP for Production
Energy XXI

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Energy XXI

SMr. Keith Acker joined Energy XXI as our Senior Vice President of Production in January, 2014. He brings to Energy XXI nearly forty years of oil and gas industry experience, over half of which have been in a managerial role. Prior to joining Energy XXI, Mr. Acker served as Director at Altec, establishing them as an industry leader in Production Optimization Services. Mr. Acker's previous endeavors include Vice President at Superior Energy Services, President at Moore's Engineering & Wireline, Vice President at Resource Technology and various other positions in the oil and gas industry. Graduating from the University of Alabama, he holds a Bachelors of Science degree in Mineral Petroleum Engineering. He is an active member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers and served as president of the Gulf Coast section from 1986-1988.

Joseph Witt
Joseph Witt
P&A Technology Lead
ExxonMobil

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ExxonMobil

Speaker bio coming soon.

Ernest Hui
Ernest Hui
Global Decommissioning Business Improvement Lead
Shell

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Shell

Speaker bio coming soon.

Dave Barrow
Dave Barrow
Senior Advisor
Chevron

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Chevron

Speaker bio coming soon.

Darryl Fett
Darryl Fett
Research Manager – Drilling and Completions
Total E&P

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Total

Speaker bio coming soon.

Ruth Carrasquero
Ruth Carrasquero
Abandonment Finance Manager
Shell

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shell

Speaker bio coming soon.

Jason Sullivan
Jason Sullivan
SEMS Team Leader
Stone Energy

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stone energy

Jason Sullivan currently serves as the Safety and Environmental Management Systems Lead for Stone Energy managing the various aspects of the program. Jason has played an integral role in developing the Stone Energy artificial reef program collaborating with a variety of internal and external stakeholders to ensure the programs continued success. Prior to joining Stone Energy, he served as a Business Development Manager and Regulatory/Ecological Project Manager for a division of the international group of Fugro companies. In 2000, he received a B.S. degree in Biology from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and worked subsequently as a biologist at the National Wetlands Research Center conducting research projects throughout the Southeastern United States. In 2010, Jason earned his MBA, also from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.

Dylan Campbell
Dylan Campbell
Risk Engineer
PetroSA

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PetroSA

Mr. Campbell's global perspective and emphasis on strategic planning and policy are reflective of his experience in Washington, D.C. as the former General Counsel of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). During that time captain Hazelwood ran the EXXON Valdez onto Bligh Reef discharging 11 million gallons of oil into the pristine waters of the Prince William Sound in Alaska. Mr. Campbell led the federal assessment of the natural resource damage claim for that spill, and after playing a pivotal role in its negotiation, signed the $1 billion settlement.

More recently Mr. Campbell represented one of BP's co-leaseholders for the Macondo well on all issues related to the 2010 Deepwater Horizon accident and oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Leading a multidisciplinary team of lawyers and technical experts Mr. Campbell advised the client on all aspects of the successful global negotiations that led to $1.1 billion dollars in settlements resolving all private and government claims against them.

Mr. Campbell has experience testifying before Congressional committees and participating in White House and cabinet-level briefings. Mr. Campbell's articles have appeared in several law, economic and technical publications. Mr. Campbell joined the global firm, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman in May 2005 following his work as a partner with Campbell, George & Strong, LLP.

Under Mr. Campbell’s guidance, Campbell, George & Strong pioneered the use of the three concepts: habitat equivalency analysis (“HEA”); net environmental benefits analysis (“NEBA”) and ecosystem services, conceptualized during his tenure at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (“NOAA”). Through his efforts, these concepts have been incorporated into various regulatory and statutory regimes globally.

Rick Cody
Rick Cody
Drilling, Completions and Interventions Engineering Consultant
Marubeni Oil and Gas

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Marubeni Oil and Gas

Speaker bio coming soon.

John Hand
John Hand
Technology Program Manager
ConocoPhillips

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ConocoPhillips

Speaker bio coming soon.

Steve Ashcraft
Steve Ashcraft
Senior Staff Engineer
Anadarko

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logo

Speaker bio coming soon.

Carly Fisher
Carly Fisher
Facilities Engineer
Anadarko

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logo

Speaker bio coming soon.

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Atif Janjua
Finance Manager
BHP Billiton

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BHP Billiton

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Regulators and Associations

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George Tropiano
Risk Management Operations Group
BOEM

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BOEM

Speaker bio coming soon.

Ann Bull
Ann Bull
Environmental Sciences Section Chief, Pacific Region
(Retired)
BOEM
View Bio

Speaker bio coming soon.

Randall Luthi
Randall Luthi
President
NOIA

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NOIA

Randall Luthi became President of the National Ocean Industries Association (NOIA) on March 1, 2010.

An attorney and rancher from Freedom, Wyoming, Luthi has had an exciting career holding various positions ranging from Wyoming Speaker of the House, to director of a Federal agency, to legislative assistant in the U.S. Senate, to an attorney at both the Department of the Interior (DOI) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), where he worked on natural resource damages following the Exxon Valdez accident.
Luthi most recently served as the Director of the Minerals Management Service (MMS) at DOI from July 2007 through January 2009. There Luthi oversaw offshore lease sales and collection and distribution to the States and Federal government of mineral revenues and royalties. He also oversaw the expansion of a renewable energy office at MMS, which manages development of wind, wave and current energy in the U.S. oceans.

Immediately before directing MMS, Luthi served as the Deputy Director of the Department’s Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS).

In 2000, he started the law firm of Luthi & Voyles, LLC, in Thayne, Wyoming, which helped pay for his working ranch which consists of a cow/calf operation and the growing of hay and barley.

Luthi’s career in the Wyoming House of Representatives began in 1995 with his name being drawn from a cowboy hat by Governor Mike Sullivan to declare him the victor in a tie vote. He served as Speaker of the House in 2005 and 2006.

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Consultants, Legal Experts and Scientists

Bruce Crager
Bruce Crager
Executive VP
Endeavour Management

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Endeavour Management

Speaker bio coming soon.

Mike Cowan
Mike Cowan
Resins Expert
Endeavor Management

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Endeavor Management

Speaker bio coming soon.

Debbie McIntosh
Debbie McIntosh
Head of Subsurface and Wells Practice
OTM Consulting Ltd

View Bio
OTM Consulting Ltd

• Debbie leads the Subsurface & Wells Practice at OTM, with oversight of all projects and networks related to  D&C, G&G, Petrophysics and Engineering (Reservoir/Well/Production)

• Working with a range of clients to maximise value from technology, her focus areas for the practice are currently: Plugging & Abandonment, Drilling Automation and Harsh Environments

• She has recently launched the global Plugging & Abandonment Collaborative Environment (PACE), and is currently the Project Manager for both the global Inflow Control Technology knowledge-sharing network (formerly PICT) and the Geopressure Management Network (GMN)

• Debbie is a Chartered Mechanical Engineer with the IMechE, specialising in completions technologies, zonal isolation, and IOR/EOR

Scoot Nuzum
Scott Nuzum
Of Counsel
Van Ness Feldman

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Van Ness Feldman

Speaker bio coming soon.

Mike Farber
Mike Farber
Partner
Van Ness Feldman


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Van Ness Feldman

Speaker bio coming soon.

soon
Speaker TBC
Blue Latitudes

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Blue Latitudes

Speaker bio coming soon.

Tom Leeson
Tom Leeson
Director
Decom North Sea

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Speaker bio coming soon.

soon
Milton Love
Associate Research Biologist
University of California

View Bio

Speaker bio coming soon.

Astor Luft
Astor Luft
Regional Director for Latin America
IPA

View Bio
IPA

Speaker bio coming soon.

Bob Byrd
Bob Byrd
VP Consulting
TSB

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TSB

Speaker bio coming soon.

Brian Twomey
Brian Twomey
Managing Director
Reverse Engineering Services

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Reverse Engineering Services

Speaker bio coming soon.

Joe Nicolette
Joe Nicolette
Partner and Senior Principal
EPS, inc.

View Bio
EPS, inc.

Joseph Nicolette has over 30 years of experience in the environmental consulting field with a focus on the Oil & Gas Industry. He is a Partner, Senior Principal, and Ecosystem Services Practice Leader at Environmental Planning Specialists, Inc. (EPS). He provides strategic advice and oversight for projects to help balance the risks, benefits and tradeoffs associated with competing alternatives (e.g., remedial cleanup, decommissioning, oil spill response actions and tactical plans, development options and permitting, etc.).

Joseph is recognized for his demonstrated contributions in developing the NEBA approach, which supports environmental decision-making strategies that provide the greatest net environmental benefit to the public while managing site risks and costs (i.e., an environmental cost-benefit analysis approach). He co-authored the first formalized NEBA framework recognized by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA), the USEPA Science Advisory Board (USEPA SAB), the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and the Australian Maritime Safety Association (AMSA).

NEBA is a comparative risk management framework for social, environmental and economic valuation of actions that affect the environment. The NEBA approach is holistic in its application as it supports the comparative assessment process and has evolved to include: Environmental, Short and Long-Term Risks, Health and Safety Risks, Economic and Social, and Technical Feasibility associated with alternatives (i.e., decommissioning). NEBA, incorporating quantified ecosystem service values using non-monetary and monetary metrics where appropriate, provides a systematic, quantitative, transparent, and scientifically defensible basis for decision-making associated with the evaluation of removal, partial removal, and leave in-situ alternatives for decommissioning.

NEBA, Decommissioning, and Comparative Assessment

Joe has led the development of quantitative NEBA applications for offshore decommissioning as part of the comparative assessments for subsea structure for well fields in the Gulf of Mexico, Australia, and the North Sea. These have included a multi-Platform, a Floating Production and Storage Offloading (FPSO) facility, and an analysis of specific subsea components for another well field. Additionally, these applications have also incorporated risk analysis of residual chemicals, where warranted, that may be associated with various management options such as removal, partial, removal, or leave in-situ, alternatives.

Joe has worked closely with the operators to develop and scope the NEBA comparative assessments. The overall goal of NEBA in these cases was to support decision-making regarding what should be removed versus what should be left in place. Comparative assessment using NEBA as applied in these case studies focused on evaluating the environmental benefits and costs of the subsea structures so as to balance the risks, benefits, and tradeoffs between various removal, partial removal, and leave in-situ alternatives.

Thomas Campbell
Thomas Campbell
Partner
Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pitman

View Bio
Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pitman

Speaker bio coming soon.

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Service Companies

Gerard Van Der Jagt
Gerard Van Der Jagt
Chief Chemist
PEI

View Bio
PEI

Speaker bio coming soon.

Ben Taylor
Ben Taylor
Metrol

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Metrol

Speaker bio coming soon.

Cary Bowman
Cary Bowman
Senior Vice President – Operations
Abrado


View Bio
Abrado

Cary Bowman is the Senior Vice President - Operations for Abrado Wellbore Services. He has over 30 years petroleum industry experience, ranging broadly from the domestic US onshore shale, shelf and deepwater Gulf of Mexico, to international arenas including Canada, Mexico, South America, North Sea, the Middle East and the Far East.Prior to joining Abrado in 2016, Cary held various management positions within the oilfield service sector for Deltide, Baker Hughes, BJ Services and Tam International. In addition, he also worked with Amerada Hess and Kerr McGee, where he was focused on the installation of deepwater intelligent well technologies.

soon
John Greeves
Versabar


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Versabar

Speaker bio coming soon.

Delaney Olstad
Delaney Olstad
Weatherford


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Weatherford

Delaney Olstad is the Global Business Development Manager for Well Abandonment and Intervention Services at Weatherford. In that role he provides technical support to further develop the well abandonment and late-stage intervention product line. He has been with Weatherford for 18 years and held positions in both the Engineering and the Operations group in several product lines including manufacturing, Thru-Tubing, R&D, Tubular Running Services, Fishing & Re-Entry, Intervention and Well Abandonment. Delaney has authored multiple technical papers, has been published in several industry magazines and currently holds 5 patents.

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Leading Operators

Win Thornton
Win Thornton
VP Decommissioning
BP

View Bio
BP

Speaker bio coming soon.

Dave Sinclair
Dave Sinclair
Head of Decommissioning
Maersk Oil

View Bio
Maersk

Speaker bio coming soon.

Mike Bishop
Mike Bishop
Norway Decommissioning Manager
Repsol

View Bio

Speaker bio coming soon.

soon
Andrew Richmond
GOM Decommissioning Manager
Shell

View Bio
Shell

Speaker bio coming soon.

Larry Johnson
Larry Johnson
Decommissioning and Abandonment Lead
BHP Billiton

View Bio
BHP Billiton

Speaker bio coming soon.

Keith Acker
Keith Acker
Senior VP for Production
Energy XXI

View Bio
Energy XXI

SMr. Keith Acker joined Energy XXI as our Senior Vice President of Production in January, 2014. He brings to Energy XXI nearly forty years of oil and gas industry experience, over half of which have been in a managerial role. Prior to joining Energy XXI, Mr. Acker served as Director at Altec, establishing them as an industry leader in Production Optimization Services. Mr. Acker's previous endeavors include Vice President at Superior Energy Services, President at Moore's Engineering & Wireline, Vice President at Resource Technology and various other positions in the oil and gas industry. Graduating from the University of Alabama, he holds a Bachelors of Science degree in Mineral Petroleum Engineering. He is an active member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers and served as president of the Gulf Coast section from 1986-1988.

Joseph Witt
Joseph Witt
P&A Technology Lead
ExxonMobil

View Bio
ExxonMobil

Speaker bio coming soon.

Ernest Hui
Ernest Hui
Global Decommissioning Business Improvement Lead
Shell

View Bio
Shell

Speaker bio coming soon.

Dave Barrow
Dave Barrow
Senior Advisor
Chevron

View Bio
Chevron

Speaker bio coming soon.

Darryl Fett
Darryl Fett
Research Manager – Drilling and Completions
Total E&P

View Bio
Total

Speaker bio coming soon.

Ruth Carrasquero
Ruth Carrasquero
Abandonment Finance Manager
Shell

View Bio
shell

Speaker bio coming soon.

Jason Sullivan
Jason Sullivan
SEMS Team Leader
Stone Energy

View Bio
stone energy

Jason Sullivan currently serves as the Safety and Environmental Management Systems Lead for Stone Energy managing the various aspects of the program. Jason has played an integral role in developing the Stone Energy artificial reef program collaborating with a variety of internal and external stakeholders to ensure the programs continued success. Prior to joining Stone Energy, he served as a Business Development Manager and Regulatory/Ecological Project Manager for a division of the international group of Fugro companies. In 2000, he received a B.S. degree in Biology from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and worked subsequently as a biologist at the National Wetlands Research Center conducting research projects throughout the Southeastern United States. In 2010, Jason earned his MBA, also from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.

Dylan Campbell
Dylan Campbell
Risk Engineer
PetroSA

View Bio
PetroSA

Mr. Campbell's global perspective and emphasis on strategic planning and policy are reflective of his experience in Washington, D.C. as the former General Counsel of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). During that time captain Hazelwood ran the EXXON Valdez onto Bligh Reef discharging 11 million gallons of oil into the pristine waters of the Prince William Sound in Alaska. Mr. Campbell led the federal assessment of the natural resource damage claim for that spill, and after playing a pivotal role in its negotiation, signed the $1 billion settlement.

More recently Mr. Campbell represented one of BP's co-leaseholders for the Macondo well on all issues related to the 2010 Deepwater Horizon accident and oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Leading a multidisciplinary team of lawyers and technical experts Mr. Campbell advised the client on all aspects of the successful global negotiations that led to $1.1 billion dollars in settlements resolving all private and government claims against them.

Mr. Campbell has experience testifying before Congressional committees and participating in White House and cabinet-level briefings. Mr. Campbell's articles have appeared in several law, economic and technical publications. Mr. Campbell joined the global firm, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman in May 2005 following his work as a partner with Campbell, George & Strong, LLP.

Under Mr. Campbell’s guidance, Campbell, George & Strong pioneered the use of the three concepts: habitat equivalency analysis (“HEA”); net environmental benefits analysis (“NEBA”) and ecosystem services, conceptualized during his tenure at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (“NOAA”). Through his efforts, these concepts have been incorporated into various regulatory and statutory regimes globally.

Rick Cody
Rick Cody
Drilling, Completions and Interventions Engineering Consultant
Marubeni Oil and Gas

View Bio
Marubeni Oil and Gas

Speaker bio coming soon.

John Hand
John Hand
Technology Program Manager
ConocoPhillips

View Bio
ConocoPhillips

Speaker bio coming soon.

Steve Ashcraft
Steve Ashcraft
Senior Staff Engineer
Anadarko

View Bio
logo

Speaker bio coming soon.

Carly Fisher
Carly Fisher
Facilities Engineer
Anadarko

View Bio
logo

Speaker bio coming soon.

soon
Atif Janjua
Finance Manager
BHP Billiton

View Bio
BHP Billiton

Speaker bio coming soon.

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Regulators and Associations

soon
George Tropiano
Risk Management Operations Group
BOEM

View Bio
BOEM

Speaker bio coming soon.

Ann Bull
Ann Bull
Environmental Sciences Section Chief, Pacific Region
(Retired)
BOEM
View Bio

Speaker bio coming soon.

Randall Luthi
Randall Luthi
President
NOIA

View Bio
NOIA

Randall Luthi became President of the National Ocean Industries Association (NOIA) on March 1, 2010.

An attorney and rancher from Freedom, Wyoming, Luthi has had an exciting career holding various positions ranging from Wyoming Speaker of the House, to director of a Federal agency, to legislative assistant in the U.S. Senate, to an attorney at both the Department of the Interior (DOI) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), where he worked on natural resource damages following the Exxon Valdez accident.
Luthi most recently served as the Director of the Minerals Management Service (MMS) at DOI from July 2007 through January 2009. There Luthi oversaw offshore lease sales and collection and distribution to the States and Federal government of mineral revenues and royalties. He also oversaw the expansion of a renewable energy office at MMS, which manages development of wind, wave and current energy in the U.S. oceans.

Immediately before directing MMS, Luthi served as the Deputy Director of the Department’s Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS).

In 2000, he started the law firm of Luthi & Voyles, LLC, in Thayne, Wyoming, which helped pay for his working ranch which consists of a cow/calf operation and the growing of hay and barley.

Luthi’s career in the Wyoming House of Representatives began in 1995 with his name being drawn from a cowboy hat by Governor Mike Sullivan to declare him the victor in a tie vote. He served as Speaker of the House in 2005 and 2006.

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Consultants, Legal Experts and Scientists

Bruce Crager
Bruce Crager
Executive VP
Endeavour Management

View Bio
Endeavour Management

Speaker bio coming soon.

Mike Cowan
Mike Cowan
Resins Expert
Endeavor Management

View Bio
Endeavor Management

Speaker bio coming soon.

Debbie McIntosh
Debbie McIntosh
Head of Subsurface and Wells Practice
OTM Consulting Ltd

View Bio
OTM Consulting Ltd

• Debbie leads the Subsurface & Wells Practice at OTM, with oversight of all projects and networks related to  D&C, G&G, Petrophysics and Engineering (Reservoir/Well/Production)

• Working with a range of clients to maximise value from technology, her focus areas for the practice are currently: Plugging & Abandonment, Drilling Automation and Harsh Environments

• She has recently launched the global Plugging & Abandonment Collaborative Environment (PACE), and is currently the Project Manager for both the global Inflow Control Technology knowledge-sharing network (formerly PICT) and the Geopressure Management Network (GMN)

• Debbie is a Chartered Mechanical Engineer with the IMechE, specialising in completions technologies, zonal isolation, and IOR/EOR

Scoot Nuzum
Scott Nuzum
Of Counsel
Van Ness Feldman

View Bio
Van Ness Feldman

Speaker bio coming soon.

Mike Farber
Mike Farber
Partner
Van Ness Feldman


View Bio
Van Ness Feldman

Speaker bio coming soon.

soon
Speaker TBC
Blue Latitudes

View Bio
Blue Latitudes

Speaker bio coming soon.

Tom Leeson
Tom Leeson
Director
Decom North Sea

View Bio

Speaker bio coming soon.

soon
Milton Love
Associate Research Biologist
University of California

View Bio

Speaker bio coming soon.

Astor Luft
Astor Luft
Regional Director for Latin America
IPA

View Bio
IPA

Speaker bio coming soon.

Bob Byrd
Bob Byrd
VP Consulting
TSB

View Bio
TSB

Speaker bio coming soon.

Brian Twomey
Brian Twomey
Managing Director
Reverse Engineering Services

View Bio
Reverse Engineering Services

Speaker bio coming soon.

Joe Nicolette
Joe Nicolette
Partner and Senior Principal
EPS, inc.

View Bio
EPS, inc.

Joseph Nicolette has over 30 years of experience in the environmental consulting field with a focus on the Oil & Gas Industry. He is a Partner, Senior Principal, and Ecosystem Services Practice Leader at Environmental Planning Specialists, Inc. (EPS). He provides strategic advice and oversight for projects to help balance the risks, benefits and tradeoffs associated with competing alternatives (e.g., remedial cleanup, decommissioning, oil spill response actions and tactical plans, development options and permitting, etc.).

Joseph is recognized for his demonstrated contributions in developing the NEBA approach, which supports environmental decision-making strategies that provide the greatest net environmental benefit to the public while managing site risks and costs (i.e., an environmental cost-benefit analysis approach). He co-authored the first formalized NEBA framework recognized by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA), the USEPA Science Advisory Board (USEPA SAB), the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and the Australian Maritime Safety Association (AMSA).

NEBA is a comparative risk management framework for social, environmental and economic valuation of actions that affect the environment. The NEBA approach is holistic in its application as it supports the comparative assessment process and has evolved to include: Environmental, Short and Long-Term Risks, Health and Safety Risks, Economic and Social, and Technical Feasibility associated with alternatives (i.e., decommissioning). NEBA, incorporating quantified ecosystem service values using non-monetary and monetary metrics where appropriate, provides a systematic, quantitative, transparent, and scientifically defensible basis for decision-making associated with the evaluation of removal, partial removal, and leave in-situ alternatives for decommissioning.

NEBA, Decommissioning, and Comparative Assessment

Joe has led the development of quantitative NEBA applications for offshore decommissioning as part of the comparative assessments for subsea structure for well fields in the Gulf of Mexico, Australia, and the North Sea. These have included a multi-Platform, a Floating Production and Storage Offloading (FPSO) facility, and an analysis of specific subsea components for another well field. Additionally, these applications have also incorporated risk analysis of residual chemicals, where warranted, that may be associated with various management options such as removal, partial, removal, or leave in-situ, alternatives.

Joe has worked closely with the operators to develop and scope the NEBA comparative assessments. The overall goal of NEBA in these cases was to support decision-making regarding what should be removed versus what should be left in place. Comparative assessment using NEBA as applied in these case studies focused on evaluating the environmental benefits and costs of the subsea structures so as to balance the risks, benefits, and tradeoffs between various removal, partial removal, and leave in-situ alternatives.

Thomas Campbell
Thomas Campbell
Partner
Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pitman

View Bio
Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pitman

Speaker bio coming soon.

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Service Companies

Gerard Van Der Jagt
Gerard Van Der Jagt
Chief Chemist
PEI

View Bio
PEI

Speaker bio coming soon.

Ben Taylor
Ben Taylor
Metrol

View Bio
Metrol

Speaker bio coming soon.

Cary Bowman
Cary Bowman
Senior Vice President – Operations
Abrado


View Bio
Abrado

Cary Bowman is the Senior Vice President - Operations for Abrado Wellbore Services. He has over 30 years petroleum industry experience, ranging broadly from the domestic US onshore shale, shelf and deepwater Gulf of Mexico, to international arenas including Canada, Mexico, South America, North Sea, the Middle East and the Far East.Prior to joining Abrado in 2016, Cary held various management positions within the oilfield service sector for Deltide, Baker Hughes, BJ Services and Tam International. In addition, he also worked with Amerada Hess and Kerr McGee, where he was focused on the installation of deepwater intelligent well technologies.

soon
John Greeves
Versabar


View Bio
Versabar

Speaker bio coming soon.

Delaney Olstad
Delaney Olstad
Weatherford


View Bio
Weatherford

Delaney Olstad is the Global Business Development Manager for Well Abandonment and Intervention Services at Weatherford. In that role he provides technical support to further develop the well abandonment and late-stage intervention product line. He has been with Weatherford for 18 years and held positions in both the Engineering and the Operations group in several product lines including manufacturing, Thru-Tubing, R&D, Tubular Running Services, Fishing & Re-Entry, Intervention and Well Abandonment. Delaney has authored multiple technical papers, has been published in several industry magazines and currently holds 5 patents.

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Matthew D’Agostino

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Rob McManus

Commercial Director
DecomWorld
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rmcmanus@decomworld.com

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