WinRSA Breakfast

WinRSA & SPE Networking Breakfast

Special Guest Speaker Shauna Noonan, 2020 SPE President

Date: Wednesday 20th November 2019

Time: 07:30 arrival for 08:00 start, concludes by 09:00

Venue: Level 12, Santos Centre, 60 Flinders Street, Adelaide

Free attendance with limited places available.
RSVP required for catering by COB 15th November. Please click here to register.
Contact with any questions

Event proudly sponsored by Santos Ltd


About the Presentation: Self-Imposed Ceilings
After over a decade of career coaching and mentoring, the presenter will provide various examples of when people actually hold themselves back from career progression without realizing it.  From this presentation, one should gain a better sense of self-awareness and peer perception along with how to break through any self-imposed career ladder barriers.

About the Speaker: Shauna Noonan, 2020 SPE President
Shauna Noonan is the Director of Artificial Lift Engineering for Occidental Petroleum Corporation (Oxy), based in Houston, where she directs the company’s efforts in artificial lift system performance globally.

Prior to joining Oxy in late 2015, she worked worldwide on artificial lift projects and technology development at ConocoPhillips and Chevron for over 22 years. She has authored or co-authored more than 25 technical publications on the subject of artificial lift and is a frequent speaker at industry events. She has driven the development of industry standards and recommended practices for artificial lift systems while serving as chair for ISO and API committees. She wrote the JPT Technology feature for artificial lift systems for eight years and has received industry awards for her contributions to the discipline.

She served on the SPE International Board of Directors as the Technical Director for Production and Operations from 2012-2015 and has returned to lead the SPEI Board as the 2020 SPE President. Noonan holds a BS degree in petroleum engineering from the University of Alberta.


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