Managing the Argentine Cost Challenge
Category : Seminars
Venue - DoubleTree Houston Greenway Plaza Hotel
Guest Speaker: Richard Spies
Progress has been made and continues to be made to improve efficiency and move Argentine costs toward international costs to make the development of unconventional resources competitive. Organized efforts that began two years ago have shown results and recent efforts build upon those to give a positive outlook for seeing further progress toward improving Argentine oil field costs. This will be necessary to realize the potential of Argentine resources.
About the Speaker:
Richard is CEO of Pan American Energy and is based in Buenos Aires. Mr. Spies has 40 years of oil and gas experience beginning in 1975 with Amoco. From 1975 to 1990, he held various technical, supervisory, and managerial positions with responsibilities for the US Gulf of Mexico, and later international operations. He served as Vice President of Amoco Argentina from 1990 to 1992 and President for Midcontinent E&P. He served as the Chief Executive Officer of Pan American Energy, an AMOCO (and subsequently BP) joint venture from 1997 to 2005. Mr. Spies served as President of BP Russia from 2005 to 2009. He served as the Chief Operating Officer of BPZ Resources, Inc. from September 3, 2013, until its end in 2015. Mr. Spies has served since 2000 as a director of the non-profit AEDIN, a school in Buenos Aires for children with severe neurological disorders. He is a past-President of the Argentina AmCham, past-President of the Lincoln International School in Buenos Aires, and a past-Director of the Russia AmCham in Moscow.
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2017-02-16 1:30 PM
End Date & Time :
2017-07-30 3:30 PM
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