Critical issues are being faced by personnel in every corner of the energy industry. From safety, to compliance, to the Big Crew Change, every turn brings a new issue that can radically re-define the industry. To navigate these constant challenges, industry personnel must be equipped with the latest data, thorough analysis, and trusted advice.
EMC, PennEnergy Research, and the Oil & Gas Journal Site License program have teamed up to offer unparalleled insight into these important issues facing the industry. The Critical Energy issues Discussion Breakfast coming April 8th at the Hilton Houston Post Oak will feature an introduction from Oil & Gas Journal Chief Editor Bob Tippee and discussion from a panel of industry experts. These prominent thought-leaders will discuss a myriad of critical issues facing the industry over the course of a casual continental breakfast, offering a unique merging of intense discussion and casual networking.
Among the morning’s speakers will be Dr. Scott Shemwell, a 30-year veteran of the industry, the Managing Director of the Rapid Response Institute, and a member of the PennEnergy Research Advisory Board. Over the course of his career, Shemwell has served as an Oracle executive, energy service company COO, and member of Halliburton’s Energy Services Leadership Team.
Joining Dr. Shemwell will be Martin Richards, Senior Director of the Energy Industry Solutions business at EMC. Richards is an expert in content management, who built the Energy Industry solution suites and brought them to market in mid-2011. To date, the suite has generated more than $50 million in sales revenue.
Also speaking at this comprehensive discussion will be Winford E. “Dutch” Holland, PhD. Dr. Holland is a management consultant with 40 years’ experience coaching energy services leaders in change initiatives at Fortune 1000 companies. He is the author of more than 20 books on strategy implementation and change management, and a frequent speaker at national and international conferences.
The spread for the event features a variety of popular breakfast foods, offering something for almost all dietary or personal preferences. The cost for this one-time event is $25. To register today, click here.