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MONDAY
16 OCTOBER
0930–1130
PLENARY SESSION"KEY DRIVERS AND CHALLENGES OF OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT IN RUSSIA AND WORLDWIDE"

MODERATORS:

Mars Khasanov, Gazprom Neft, SPE Advisory Committee Cochair
Richard Syms, BP, SPE Advisory Committee Cochair

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DARCY SPADY
Broadview Energy,
2018 SPE President
WELCOME WORD
    

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GOKHAN SAYGI
President Russia & Central Asia, Schlumberger

TBC

Gokhan Saygi is President for Russia and Central Asia (Operations & Integration), a position he assumed in April 2012. Prior to his current role, he held various management positions including vice president for East Asia (Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Brunei, Myanmar and the Philippines); vice president of strategic marketing; vice president marketing for Reservoir Characterization Group; vice president marketing for Wireline; and previously, vice president for the Middle East and Asia for Wireline.
Earlier in his Schlumberger career, Saygi held various field operations, human resource and leadership positions in Dubai, Iran, Turkey, UK, France and Malaysia. He began his career with Schlumberger in 1985 in wireline operations in Oman.
Saygi holds a Petroleum Engineering degree from the Middle East and Technical University in Ankara, Turkey. Gokhan Saygi is a member (academician) of the Academy of Technological Sciences of the Russian Federation.
Mr.Saygi was honoured with the state award "Order of Friendship" in accordance with Executive Order of President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin for significant contribution to organizing and conducting drilling operations in Universitetskaya-1 prospect (Kara Sea).

                

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GEIR TUNGESVIК
Senior Vice President, Drilling & Well, Statoil

COMPETITIVE AT ALL TIMES
Mr. Tungesvik has worked for Statoil since 1985 and has held central management positions in the company, including the position of vice president for exploration drilling, vice president for Grane production field, vice president for health, safety and the environment in Exploration, head of corporate improvement initiative "Staff and Services" and senior vice president for Drilling and Well. He has a master degree in petroleum from the University of Stavanger (UIS) and master degree in strategic management from Norwegian Business School (BI).
ABSTRACT
Senior Vice President Geir Tungesvik will share Statoil's perspective on how to stay competitive in the current market environment. An important way of building resilience is to improve the way we drill wells thus reducing overall exploration and field development costs.
   
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TAMAS SEREGI
Managing Director, Europe, CIS, Africa,
Accenture
ENERGY COMPANY OF THE FUTURE
Tamás is a Managing Director at Accenture Strategy Energy, Europe and CIS (formerly Schlumberger Business Consulting) with 20 years of industry and consulting experience in the energy sector. He holds an MBA from the University of Southern California, Economics degree from the University of International Trade & Commerce in Budapest, and a Petroleum Engineering degree from the University of Veszprem. His experience includes advising a broad range of oil and gas companies across CIS, Europe and the Middle East on strategic, operational and organisational topics. ABSTRACT Disruptive changes on both the supply and the demand side of the energy market are pushing companies to drastically re-think their strategy, organisation and operations. Rapid advances in technology enable today’s energy companies to reshape their businesses into a more adaptive, more customer focused, more collaborative and more profitable endeavour. We will briefly examine how the developments in the external environment are forcing companies to change and what could be the best paths forward to capture the opportunities created by new technologies.