We are very excited to invite you to attend INTECSEA and Decision Frameworks Decision Clinic on Strategic Decision Making for Asset Late Life.The purpose of our bespoke decision clinics is to bring quality decision making to companies in different regions of the industry so that they can make more informed tough, decisions efficiently in these difficult times.
For Aberdeen, we have designed a unique one day interactive clinic, in which we will introduce the fundamentals of Decision Quality while discussing some of the key engineering aspects associated with late life asset management and working relevant late life North Sea case examples. Most importantly, as an attendee, you will have the opportunity to break out and begin to frame and discuss the evaluation of real late life asset decisions brought to the clinic by the invitees.
The aim of this clinic, aligned with the objectives of the Wood Report, is to showcase how operators can structure their strategic planning and decision making in relation to aging assets, identify and evaluate a spectrum of late life operating strategies and compare them to cessation of production, incorporating key risks and uncertainties.
The clinic is highly recommended for asset managers and those supporting them. Due to the targeted size of the groups working real problems, clinic attendance is limited to 20, and restricted to operators and government authorities.
We hope that you will join us for an insightful day of learning.
We offer three ways to register:
Phone: (01224 623860 or 07765 980784),
Online: (Registration link - https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/interactive-clinic-...
Very kind regards,
Ellen M. Coopersmith Keith Eagles
Founder – Decision Frameworks INTECSEA Global Decision Quality Manager
Primary Clinic Leaders
Ellen M. Coopersmith
Ellen is a Petroleum Engineer from the Colorado School of Mines and a Society of Decision Professionals Fellow. Based in Houston, Texas, she is the founder of Decision Frameworks and has spent the last 21 years specializing in Decision Analysis consultation, training, and implementation. Ms. Coopersmith worked for 16 years at Conoco, where she led their implementation of Decision Analysis in Upstream for five years. She is an accomplished technical and managerial facilitator, as well as a published author and invited speaker on the technical elements of Decision Analysis.
Keith Eagles is a physicist and mathematician and is based in Aberdeen. He is Global Decision Quality Manager with INTECSEA WorleyParsons and has spent 15 years as a decision analyst and risk management professional working on both brownfield and greenfield projects in the upstream oil and gas industry. Before relocating to Aberdeen, he worked as a Y2k risk consultant in South East Asia and was a specialist advisor to the Singapore government.
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