Nev is a geologist with over 28 years of industry experience gained with BP. Expert in geoscience, with global experience in integrated subsurface characterisation, reservoir management, field development and production. As BP’s Director of Geology, Nev has extensive leadership experience, responsible for over 800 geologists worldwide managing multidisciplinary subsurface and wells field teams and subsurface digital development. As a Senior Adviser in BP, Nev provided technical assurance to executives on major investment decisions, was the Project Manager for several data room ‘due diligence’ reviews in support of business development opportunities, and performed BP internal resource and reserve assessments having designed standard reserves support documentation used throughout the company.
Nev is a Fellow of the Geological Society of London and holds a PhD in Geology from the University of Liverpool and a BSc (Hons) in Geology from the University of Portsmouth.
Jonathan has extensive experience in seismic processing & imaging, pre-stack interpretation, rock physics and reservoir characterisation projects. He has also been requested to lecture in operating companies training programmes.
Jonathan holds a BSc (Hons) in Geology from Imperial College and a PhD in Marine Geophysics from the University of Cambridge. He is a member of the PESGB and EAGE.
Kate is confident working in both IHS Kingdom and Petrel, assimilating geological and geophysical data to build an accurate interpretation of the subsurface. She has experience across a number of the world’s major hydrocarbon basins, including wide experience along the West African margin, North Falklands Basin and the UK North Sea. Previous projects have ranged from exploratory interpretation in areas of structural complexity, to appraisal studies of producing fields.
Kate has a MA in Natural Sciences (Geology) from the University of Cambridge.
Simon holds an MSc from Imperial College London, and BSc and PhD from The University of Kent. Simon is a member of the SPE and the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining.
Tom holds B.A. (Hons), and MA (Oxon) Engineering Science from Oxford University. Tom is a member of the SPE and the Energy Institute. Tom is a native English speaker and speaks conversational German.
David is a world class EOR expert providing support studies to progress EOR appraisal assessments at the Concept Select stage and then to progress EOR via laboratory studies, simulation and pilot design and subsequent field wide EOR deployment as part of Field Development Planning and Asset Management.
Dave has a 1st class degree in Chemical Engineering from Exeter University and is a member of the SPE, SCA, EAGE and IEA
Miles has over 30 years of experience and previously led the Reservoir Management function for BP. He has worked on oil and gas field developments in the UK, Latin America, Middle East and North Africa at all stages from appraisal to concept selection and project delivery through to production and mature field rejuvenation. In addition to working with E&P Operators, Miles has supported Private Equity covering technical and commercial evaluations, development planning and investment strategy.
Miles holds a Masters in Aeronautics and Astronautics from the University of Southampton and a MBA from the Open University. He is a prior Chairman of the London section of the SPE.
Gavin Holds an HND in Mechanical Engineering, A BEng in Mineral Resource Engineering and an MSc in Petroleum Engineering from Imperial College London.
Colin holds a BSc in Geology from the Royal School of Mines, Imperial College; an MS in Structural Geology from the University of Pennsylvania; and an MSc in Mineral Project Appraisal, Royal Schools of Mines, Imperial College. He is a member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE).
Mike holds MA in Natural Sciences and a PhD in Geology from Cambridge and is a fellow of the Geological Society of London. He is also a member of the Institute of Directors (MIoD)
International E&P and more recently, 6 years as Senior Advisor with
Gaffney, Cline & Associates. Roddy has extensive experience in operations, integrated petrophysical studies, reservoir modelling and also field development planning. He has performed the role as external petrophysical advisor and peer reviewer for several independent energy companies over the last few years.
He has extensive experience in the estimation of Petroleum Reserves and Resources through his project management of many Reserves estimation and audit studies. Roddy has considerable experience in Unitisation and Equity Redetermination having been deeply involved in the preparation of submittal cases for several clients as well as experience in the Expert role. He is an experienced Expert Witness in commercial litigation.
Roddy holds a BSc (Hons) in Petroleum Geology from the University of Aberdeen and is an active member of the EAGE and the London Petrophysical Society.
Graham’s key areas of expertise include seismic interpretation, geological / basin / prospect and field evaluation, building and maturing a portfolio of opportunities from exploration through to field infill targets, volumetric determination and sub-surface risk assessment.
He has a broad-based technical and commercial background with geoscience and subsurface lead experience across exploration, appraisal and development, in the UKCS, Europe, Asia, Middle East, Africa, FSU and Australia.
Graham holds a B.Sc. (Hons) University of London, and an MSc Petroleum Geoscience from Imperial College (University of London).
Alex has a BEng in Petroleum Engineering and a PhD in Mining and Geotechnical Engineering. Alex is a native Georgian speaker, he also speaks fluent Russian and English and conversational French and Spanish.