A Q&A Session with HAI Technologies
The oil and gas industry has been accelerating its efforts to produce hydrocarbons, while also reducing the carbon footprint per barrel produced.
Operators can now deploy a proven and cost-effective Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) technology to increase production, reserves and injectivity in a wide variety of mature fields with less impact on the environment.
In this Q&A session with HAI Technologies President Kevin Blackman and Chief Development Officer John Benton, they will explain why the patented technology Oil Recovery Tool (ORT) is considered as “The Greenest BarrelTM”. They will demonstrate the impact of the technology by showing the results of a trial that has been on-going for 17 months in the Permian basin: an increase in daily oil production of +30%!
ORT is a simple, rugged, well-designed system that uses very low frequency sound technology to recover additional oil from developed oilfields. It was developed and has been successfully deployed by Hydroacoustics Inc., leveraging its 50+ years of experience in acoustic technology.
Drawing from his over 25 years of experience in the energy industry (19 of which has been with Shell), TechnologyCatalogue.com Co-Founder and CEO Erik Nijveld will join the discussion and ask initial questions on how this tool is helping oil producers navigate the Energy Transition.
So, join the conversation on 27 October, 4pm CET, and ask your questions on how ORT offers a cleaner, more sustainable energy solution to oil companies globally.
Visit ORT’s tech page for more information about the technology.
ABOUT HAI TECHNOLOGIES
HAI began in 1972 as a spin-off based on acoustics research initiated at Harvard University and further developed at General Dynamics Corporation.
For 50 years, Hydroacoustics Inc. (HAI) has been a world leader in the design and manufacture of unique high power, broadband, low frequency and underwater acoustic sources based on continuous wave and impulse technology. HAI has been awarded over 50 U.S. and foreign patents.
MEET THE SPEAKERS
About Kevin Blackman, HAI Technologies President
Kevin Blackman is President of HAI Technologies and President of Revere Capital Advisors (the majority owner of HAI Technologies). He has over 20 years of experience in business strategy working with Fortune 500, growth stage, and early-stage companies. Prior to HAI and Revere, Kevin was a Managing Director at Pickwick Capital Partners in New York focused on project finance as a member of the Energy, Power & Sustainability Group. Kevin is also a co-founder of Helix Power, an early-stage clean technology company focused on energy storage.
Kevin practised law in Washington, DC with Latham & Watkins, and worked as a management consultant with American Express Publishing in New York and Norbridge/CFGW in Concord, MA. He earned a J.D. with honours from the University of Chicago, an M.P.P./U.P. from Harvard University and an A.B. from Brown University.
About John Benton, HAI Technologies Chief Development Officer
John currently serves as the Chief Development Officer for Hydroacoustics, Inc (HAI). Prior to Hydroacoustics, John served as Production Manager and Midstream Business Unit Manager for Caerus Oil and Gas. Prior to Caerus, John served as the VP and GM of Black Hills E&P. During that time, John also served 8 years as a Commissioner with the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, chairing the Commission for the last 2 years of his term. Other notable experience includes VP and GM of Rex Energy’s Rockies Division, VP of El Paso E&P’s Western Division, Asset Manager for Whiting Petroleum’s Permian Basin, CEO of Calver Resources, South Region Asset Manager for Conoco Canada, and Chief Engineer for Gulf Canada.
John has a BSc and MSc in Petroleum Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines and has significant experience with operations and reservoir engineering projects throughout North America, Europe, South America and Indonesia. He is a member of Tau Beta Pi, SPE and SPEE.
About Erik Nijveld, TechnologyCatalogue.com Co-Founder and CEO
Erik has over 25 years of experience in the energy industry, 19 of which has been with Shell. His strong track record of leading the deployment of technologies results in extraordinary business outcomes to drive revenue growth and value creation. Erik has an extensive network and ongoing engagements with senior business leaders in large-cap Energy companies, industry associations and government organisations.
Erik is a mechanical engineer by training at the University of Twente and holds an MBA from Rotterdam School of Management.