SPE Panel Discussion – Business Transformation for a Sustainable Future
Hotel Pullman Bucharest World Trade Center – Room Darclee 19 Sep 2019, from 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
We are close to an event that we have been preparing meticulously and with passion!
Among a diverse group of event participants and the multitude of activities planned, we look forward to the panel discussion that will take place on Day 1 of SPE YPs event. “Business Transformation for a Sustainable Future” will be the topic of discussion among group of panelist that come from different spectrum of the energy industry. From the perspectives of hydrocarbon operators to the ways artificial intelligence (AI) will participate in ensuring ‘waste’ free processes in the industry, prepare yourselves for a dynamic interaction and exchange of ideas. Below is a glimpse of the backgrounds of our esteemed panelists and more is to come on the day of the discussion itself.
As a data scientist at EY Romania, Vlad keeps his eyes on new technologies and is in love with building things that help people work smarter. He started in 2010 as a Systems Engineer in a large energy company and worked several years in different analytical or leadership roles, including researching future technologies and their implications on the industry. When challenged with a big data problem he tried to get the biggest database on the biggest server to get results, but, turns out, that does not work. What does work is machines learning as we do, by trial and error, and with many separate parts that get specific tasks right. Part of EY’s TAS Advanced Analytics team, he is currently developing and implementing solutions that shift simple repetitive decisions towards machines, enabling professionals to focus on what really matters in their field of expertise.
Catalina has over 11 years of experience, with almost 6 years in consulting for the energy industry. She holds a Bachelor Degree in Business Administration from Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest (Romania). Catalina has delivered projects related to business transformation, IT implementation, processes redesign & automation, shared service center implementation, business restructuring and many others, for several energy companies. She has directly managed the remodeling of the electricity distribution area for a major energy company in Romania, through processes redesign and Lean culture implementation. Catalina has also led one of the largest transformational projects on the Romanian market for a major oil and gas company, coordinating a team of over 20 people.
Christian Jespersen is Development Project Manager at OMV Petrom Upstream. Within numerous international assignments, he has worked for various energy companies both at technical and managerial level. He has supported and led numerous international projects focusing on development and optimization of offshore and onshore fields in the North Sea, Egypt, Mexico and Romania. Christian is an active member of SPE and DGMK.
Alexandru Coman has graduated the Oil and Gas University of Ploiesti, and started his working activity as field engineer in Germany. His career further developed and took over positions within Halliburton: Service coordinator for Cementing in Romania (2 years) and Business Development Cementing Continental Europe (1 year).Currently he is the Business Development Manager for Romania and Bulgaria at Halliburton. Extended role as Business development for Central Europe, Germany and Austria. Global account manager OMV. Director for East Eu rope, Romania, Bulgaria and Ukraine.
Please register to the event
Location: Hotel Pullman Bucharest World Trade Center – Room Darclee
When: Thursday, September 19th
Event start: 13:00 Hours