27 Capital Strategy, Risk Management & Economic Evaluations
Tuesday, 17 October
Room 217 D
Effective management of capital, risks and economics are critical to success in our capital-intensive and rapidly-changing organizations. This focus on effective management is especially prevalent throughout the new and contemporary energy as well as decarbonization industries. In this session, we cover strategies and scientific models for managing and allocating capital, assessing risks, and economic evaluation methodologies. Ultimately, the latest trends and best practices, case studies, as well as real-world examples are showcased.
1400-1425 215134A DynamicAssessment For Maximization Of Synergy Through Integration Of Two Operations. Case Study.
1425-1450 215100Operating Expenditures Observed In Chichimene Field In-situ Combustion Pilot
1450-1515 214917Embedding Existing Pipelines In Design Of CO2 Transportation Networks For Optimal Sequestration Economics
1545-1610 215080Unlocking Stranded Marginal Gas Fields In Malaysia With Low Capex Approach
1610-1635 215053Improved Operational Capital Allocation Strategies By Quantifying Inflation And Supply Chain Impacts
1635-1700 214924A Focused Community To Enhance Management In Petroleum Engineering: The Management Technical Section (MTS)