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SPE Dinner Meeting TUESDAY 30th May: An uncertain evening

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Royal School of Mines

Imperial College

Prince Consort Road

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SPE Dinner Meeting TUESDAY 30th May: An uncertain evening

Dear members,

We would like to invite you and your colleagues to An uncertain May London Section evening meeting. Distinguished Lecturer Prof Reidar Bratvold and members of the London Decision Quality Group (probably including a speaker from Shell) will try to create value in a world of unknown unknowns.

The afternoon will start at 3.30pm with a presentation by the winning team of the MSc Petroleum Geoscience Barrel Award at Imperial College London, an exploration-based project focused on assessment of the petroleum potential of a frontier basin, this year being the Great South Basin, offshore, Southeastern New Zealand.

Then at 4pm we will have a presentation of this year's two best Field Development projects by the MSc in Petroleum Engineering students. The Field Development project is a group integrated study of the evaluation and development of a North Sea oil field (currently, Wytch Farm). Each team will have 20 minutes for their presentation, plus 5 minutes for questions. The audience will then help select the best presentation, which will be awarded the Colin Wall prize, named after one of the founding petroleum engineering professors from Imperial. The prize (£300 in £1 coins) will be given at the dinner.

This event will be held at Imperial College; Royal School of Mines, Prince Consort Road, London, SW7 2BP.

The Royal School of Mines is about 15 minutes’ walk from South Kensington tube station via Exhibition Road and Prince Consort Road.

The Board has decided to reduce the fees to university students to £5, if booked on or before the Friday preceding the meeting.

Date: TUESDAY 30th May 2017


Time; 3.30pm - 4.30pm

Talk: Colin Wall Prize

Time: 5.00 pm – 5.25 pm

Talk: Event-based risk management for subsurface risks: An approach to protect value in oil and gas fields, Craig Smalley (Imperial College)

Time: 5.25 pm – 6.00 pm

Talk: Making decisions can be hard and what happens when the stakes are high? Peter Wood, Shell U.K. Limited; Andrew Tweedie, Nexen Petroleum U.K. Limited

Time: 6.00 pm – 6.30 pm

Talk: What would it take to increase the use of Decision Analysis/Decision Quality? Pete Naylor (Shell)

DRINKS AND NETWORKING BUFFET: 6.30 pm-7.15 pm

Time: 7.15 pm – 8.45 pm

Talk: Creating Value from Uncertainty and Flexibility,Distinguished Lecturer Prof Reidar B. Bratvold, University of Stavanger

Cost £34 for SPE/PESGB/EI members, £44 non-members, £19 unemployed members.

Non-refundable £5 for students booking by Friday 26st May (£19 after).

The SPE reserves the right to modify the program if speaker availability changes due to unforseen circumstances.

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