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“Progress in delivering the UK’s next super-giant oil field”
with Dr Robert Trice - CEO of Hurricane Energy.

Since turning the taps on at Lancaster, in May 2019, Hurricane has produced and sold over 2 million barrels of oil. Against an initial back drop of significant industry scepticism, Hurricane has progressively de-risked Lancaster to the point where the UK’s first basement reservoir field is on target to be producing over 17,000 barrels of oil per day during 2020, from a two well development.

Robert will share examples of some of the technical challenges, commercial solutions and geological insights that have underpinned the progress made with Lancaster to date and reflect on the challenges that need to be met to deliver the UK’s next super giant oil field.

28 November 2019
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Major event funding provided by Gneiss Energy Limited, Anderson Anderson & Brown LLP, Pinsent Masons LLP, RBC Capital Markets, and members of the Scottish Oil Club.

This funding allows the Scottish Oil Club to not charge a fee to participants.

Speaker Profile

Dr Robert Trice is the CEO of Hurricane Energy.

Robert has been working in the oil industry for over 30 years, with his formative experience gained with Enterprise Oil and Shell. He has worked primarily on the challenges of fractured reservoir evaluation gaining experience from the fractured oil fields: Monte Alpi, Valhall, Clair, Natih and Yibal. He has also worked on fractured reservoir exploration in Vietnam, Italy, Greece, UK, the Middle East and North Africa.

Robert has a PhD in Geology from Birkbeck College, University of London, and has held the position of Visiting Professor at Trondheim University, Norway. He has actively published and presented on subjects related to fractured reservoirs and co-authored research related to the strategic importance of fractured reservoirs.

Robert is a Fellow of the Geological Society and a member of the Petroleum Exploration Society of Great Britain and the Society of Petroleum Engineers.