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16 Mar 2006
PESGB London Evening Lecture, March 2006


PESGB London Group meeting on 14 March, 2006 will have for its London Evening Lecture: 'Faster Production Development Cycle (Challenges & Opportunities).' by Mr Ai Al-Jarwan from Zakum Development Company.

Ali Rashid Al-Jarwan currently serves as chief executive officer (CEO) at Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Company (ADMA-OPCO) in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. In 1979, he started his career at Abu Dhabi Company for Onshore Oil Operations (ADCO) as a petroleum engineer/reservoir engineer, subsequently assuming the role at ADCO of senior reservoir engineer/head of development planning. Al-Jarwan then worked as manager of petroleum development, senior vice president (svp) technical, and svp operations at ADMA-OPCO. He then moved to Zakum Development Company, where he worked as deputy general manager, becoming CEO of ADMA-OPCO in 2006.

Al-Jarwan received SPE Distinguished Membership in 1999 and several other honors from the government and the oil and gas industry, including an SPE Regional Award; two Innovation awards from BP–Middle East; and the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company 2010 Health, Safety, and Environment Man of the Year Award. He earned a BS degree in petroleum engineering from the University of Tulsa, Oklahoma; an MBA from the International Institute for Management Development (now known as IMD); and a degree in general management from the Granfield School of Management in the UK.

Andrea Collins, a director of The Geo People, who is attending said "It’s always good to meet old and new faces and discuss scientific as well as industrial issues. Thanks also to WesternGeco for sponsoring the wine reception."

Andrea looks forward to meeting you there.

The PESGB London Evening Lecture will be held at The Geological Society at Burlington House, London at 18:00 on 14 March, 2006.

 
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