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Abstract:

To gain accuracy in reservoir modeling and cost savings in field development planning you need a reservoir simulator that puts advanced scientific innovation at your fingertips and supports end-to-end E&P lifecycle management.

View our webinar recording to:

  • Learn strategies for reducing field development costs and maximizing production throughout the asset field lifecycle.
  • Get answers to commonly asked reservoir management questions:
    • Where are the fluids?
    • How much fluid is present and can be recovered?
    • What is the best way to produce it?
    • How do I avoid surprises?


Speaker | Zainub Noor, Product Manager

Zainub Noor is a Product Manager for Reservoir Management in R&D at Halliburton Landmark. Her expertise lies in Dynamic Reservoir Simulation with a keen focus on integrated asset modeling, incorporating both technical and commercial aspects of integrated projects to address reservoir development challenges. Her responsibilities include design, development, promotion and knowledge transfer of Landmark reservoir management solutions, both internally and externally. She has a proven track record of successfully delivering reservoir modeling projects and workshops for major clients around the globe, and presenting Landmark technology at key petroleum engineering consortiums.

Zainub holds a degree in Chemical Engineering from The University of Western Ontario, is currently pursuing graduate studies in Petroleum Engineering at Texas A&M, and is an active member of OSPE, SPE and PMI.


Speaker | Mahmoud Bedewi, Principal Reservoir Simulation Consultant

Mahmoud Bedewi joined Halliburton Landmark in 2010 and is currently a Principal Reservoir Simulation Consultant supporting Landmark Reservoir Management Technology in the ADNOC group of companies in Abu Dhabi. Mahmoud also covers technical sales on a part-time basis, having presented in Algeria, Egypt, Qatar, UAE and Kuwait. From 2006-2008, he worked as a Wireline Logging Field Engineer at Halliburton, and in 2009 he earned a master's degree in Petroleum Engineering from Heriot Watt University.





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