High CO2 Resource Management
Recorded On: 06/02/2021
Organized by the Asia Chapter
Eddy Choon Swee Tan, Executive Director, DBS Bank
Jazlan B Zulhaimi, Resource Development Manager, Sarawak Gas, PETRONAS
Siti Aishah Bt M Hatta, Manager – PE, Sarawak Resource Development & Management (RDM-SK), Malaysia Petroleum Management (MPM), PETRONAS
Alistair Tucker, GM CCUS, Shell
Moderator: David Haverkamp, Business Development Manager, PTTEP
A key part of the energy transition, in which the oil and gas industry is directly involved, is the management of production from resources that contain CO2 as a byproduct of production or consumption. Many of the undeveloped gas projects around the world today do have high CO2 content and the need to manage their development and associated CO2 production is becoming critical. This webinar focuses on some current perspectives and very new experiences in projects under development that are dedicated to CO2 management.
Executive Director, DBS Bank
Eddy Tan has over 24 years of oil and gas international experience with Shell (Reservoir Engineer, M&A), Standard Chartered Bank (M&A, Project Finance), Gaffney, Cline & Associates (Economics, Petroleum Engineering) and privately-owned Indonesian upstream companies (Country Manager, COO).
His expertise is in project finance, M&A, corporate finance, commercial, technical and general management across the value chain from upstream, midstream/LNG to integrated gas-power.
Eddy holds an MBA from the University of Chicago and Master of Engineering (Petroleum Engineering) from Imperial College, London.
Resource Development Manager, Sarawak Gas, PETRONAS
Jazlan Zulhaimi is currently the Resource Development Manager of Sarawak Gas, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn Bhd. He is a Petroleum Engineering graduate from the Colorado School of Mines with a minor in Energy Economics. He started his career with PETRONAS 11 years ago as a Reservoir Engineer and has been involved in multiple projects covering Reservoir Studies, Reservoir Development and Surveillance. Amongst others, his experiences include attachments to Exploration & Production Technology Center (EPTC), Baram Delta & North Sabah Enhanced Oil Recovery Center (EORC) and international assignments to support the Myanmar Operations. Since the early 2020, he has been involved in PETRONAS’ 1st Carbon Capture & Sequestration (CCS) project; the Kasawari CCS Field Development Plan (FDP) which is targeting its first injection by Q4 2025.
Siti Aishah Hatta
Manager – PE, Sarawak Resource Development & Management (RDM-SK), Malaysia Petroleum Management (MPM), PETRONAS
Siti Aishah Hatta is the current Technical Team Lead and Project Manager for PETRONAS Upstream CCS team that has just recently formed in 2021. She helped setup the formation of CCS task force that focus on formulating PETRONAS Upstream CCS framework & operating model in preparation of the first CCS injection in 2025. She previously held role as Senior Petroleum Engineer leading Production Chemistry projects, involving scale (calcite, barite), contaminants (H2S, CO2, Mercury) and sand management, under Petroleum Asset Excellence, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd. She started of as a production technologist in 2006 and has a Master of Science in Petroleum Engineering from Heriot-Watt University & Universiti Teknologi Petronas. She holds a Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering from University of Queensland, Australia.
GM CCUS, Shell
Al Tucker has 25 years of Oil and gas experience. He holds a degrees in Geology and a Masters in Petroleum Geology. His career started as a Petroleum Engineer working in the North Sea. Al has held various technical and managerial roles across Shell globally and most recently in the UK as Manager for the Penguins Project / Brent field and the Brent Charlie Platform.
Currently Al is GM CCUS in Shell, with responsibility to develop and mature Shell’s CCUS portfolio globally through leading engagements with external customers and partners.
David Haverkamp (Moderator)
Business Development Manager, PTTEP
David Haverkamp has been an AIPN member for over 20 years, currently working for PTTEP in Kuala Lumpur after the acquisition of Murphy Malaysia assets. David has been engaged in major project development and new business development in most aspects of the upstream, midstream, and LNG industry. He started his career with Exxon in reservoir engineering and moved into commercial roles with BP, Repsol, Marathon Oil, Kosmos Energy, and Murphy Oil. He has lived and worked in the United States, Europe, former Soviet Union, and Asia. He will tell you that the most enjoyable experiences in his career have included work on gas LNG liquefaction projects in Colombia, Trinidad, Angola, Equatorial Guinea, Brunei, and Malaysia. (and hopefully many more in the future!)