Panel Session

Moray Cluster SIG and other panelists

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Thursday 7th February 2019

Revitalising the UKCS

Presentation starts at: 12:30pm

Abstract:

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Paul Lindop
Associate, 1st Subsurface Oilfield Management

Abstract
In the Outer Moray Firth efficient, effective and sustainable subsea innovation is critical to the exploitation of its 2.5bn BOE of resources. The OMF Special Interest Group was formed by a number of Operators and Licensees to derive an Area Plan to deliver collectively on the MER obligations. 1st Subsurface are retained by the SIG as Facilitator and provider of the TROVE databases to help deliver the Area Plan and MER Strategies in the OMF.

Biography:

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Paul Lindop
Associate, 1st Subsurface Oilfield Management

Biography
With more than 30 years proven business management experience gained across oil & gas – unlisted to super major - Paul is now enjoying a portfolio career with roles in sectors such as financial services and IT & technology as well as Oil & Gas. Paul is a natural solution finder, working at the interface with customers, suppliers, co-venturers, regulators and governments to derive sustainable value adding solutions in complex and challenging circumstances. It is these skills that are being drawn on in the role of Facilitator in the Outer Moray Firth Special Interest Group. A totally industry led and driven collaboration, focused on collectively delivering MER in the OMF. With 2.5bn BOE on offer and no dominant operator it is a Prize for which true collaboration is critical.


Dr. Colin Percival
Technical Director, The Parkmead Group

Biography
Colin has more than 35 years experience in the Oil and Gas Industry, having started his career in 1981 with BP working on their international operations based in London. Colin has actively worked on all the main UKCS basins and plays and drilled wells in most basins including the SW Approaches and English Channel. He is a proven oil and gas finder with successes in WOS, NNS, CNS, SNS and the Netherlands. Since 2011 Colin has been responsible for building the Parkmead licence portfolio in the UK and Netherlands.