Greg P. Leveille
Chief Technology Officer, ConocoPhillips
“Unconventional Reservoir Development in the United States
A Revolution of Enormous Scale and Importance”
Over the past decade, production from unconventional reservoirs has surpassed expectations, and in the process transformed America’s Oil & Natural Gas Industry from one that was slowly fading away into a world-class powerhouse.
And while U.S. oil production has declined from peak 2015 levels, the industry is poised to begin growing again after having dramatically reduced cost of supply.
During the presentation on January 26th possibilities for further productivity improvements will be discussed along with implications associated with continued rapid technological advancements.
Gregory (Greg) P. Leveille is chief technology officer for ConocoPhillips.
Leveille began his career with Conoco in 1984.
During the first decade of his career, Leveille held various exploration, development and operations geology assignments, working both in the United States and northwest Europe.
Beginning in 1995, Leveille held leadership positions in exploration, planning and portfolio management, asset management, operations, general management, commercial and technology organizations.
Leveille is a member of the Executive Committee of the Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTeC) and has held leadership roles in several United Way fundraising campaigns.
Price per person
Requires a minimum reservation of 10 persons, but can be set for 11 or 12. (Price per person: $65.00)
By Tuesday, January 24th
No Shows will be billed if not cancelled 48 hours prior to the event.