BABC Speaker Series: Gregory Leveille, Chief Technology Officer, ConocoPhillips
U.S. oil and natural gas production has grown by 10 million barrels of oil equivalent per day since 2005 as a result of development of unconventional reservoirs such as the Eagle Ford, Bakken, Marcellus and Permian Basin. This has created considerable economic, energy security and environmental benefits for America. It has also propelled the U.S. into a position whereby the level of U.S. output has a material impact on global oil and natural gas prices.
Mr. Leveille will discuss the history of the unconventional reservoir revolution along with thoughts about the likely future of oil and natural gas production from unconventional reservoirs.
BABC will also hold it's 35th annual general meeting and celebrate 175 years of UK/Texas relationship.
Gregory P. (Greg) Leveille is chief technology officer for ConocoPhillips.
Leveille began his career with Conoco in 1984.
During the first decade of his career, Leveille held various exploration, development and operations geology assignments, working both in the United States and northwest Europe.
Beginning in 1995, Leveille held leadership positions in exploration, planning and portfolio management, asset management, operations, general management, commerical and technology organizations.
Leveille is a member of the Executive Committee of the Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTeC) and has held leadership roles in several United Way fundraising campaigns.