March 3rd Webinar: Subsea Tiebacks in a Virtual World: Technologies and Behaviors Accelerated Due to the COVID19 Pandemic

March 3, 2021
This event was originally held on March 3, 2021
and is now available for on demand viewing.

The subsea market is accelerating the development and application of digital technologies to reduce project costs, improve efficiencies, and enhance health and safety measures. Applying technologies that require a relatively small up-front investment, such as remote viewing and augmented reality, can unlock value and savings across every phase of a subsea tieback project. Join industry experts for a live discussion on the latest digital technologies and processes that are improving the economics of subsea development.

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Manuel Parente

Manuel Parente has over 16 years of software development experience. Founder, CTO, and inventor holding several patents in augmented reality. His area of expertise includes knowledge in 3D visualization, GIS, Augmented Reality, Artificial Intelligence, and Machine Learning.

Frank Wabnitz
Program Manager, Quality Transformation

Frank Wabnitz holds a masters in mechanical engineering and a business degree, both from universities in Germany. After a successful career as officer in the German Federal Forces in logistics, he moved to Houston and has worked for nearly 25 years in the oilfield services industry in a variety of roles including manufacturing engineering, reliability engineering, engineering training and development, project management, new product development, and product line management for various subsea products. Currently, Frank works as program manager for transformation in the Quality function with focus on manufacturing and digitalization.

Gail Henry
SEC Digital and Technology Lead - Americas

Gail Henry is the SEC-Americas Digital and Technology Lead with Wood. She has 25+ years of experience in subsea automation and controls and holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering from Texas A&M University.  Gail believes that when we integrate digital technologies into our day to day activities, we improve efficiencies, increase collaboration between multiple stakeholders, and provide real-time information to make more informed decisions.  While events of 2020 challenged our perceptions about working remotely, we embrace the new frontier to improve the oil field of tomorrow. 

James Wiseman
Project Manager - Eastern Med. Operations

James Wiseman is a senior project manager with over 20 years of experience in challenging deepwater projects. He recently joined Chevron – as part of their acquisition of Noble Energy - in their Eastern Mediterranean Business Unit.

Jason Harry
Subsea Engineering Advisor (GOM Ops) & Flow Assurance TA
Hess Corporation

Jason Harry is a Subsea Engineering Advisor and Flow Assurance Technical Authority at Hess Corporation. He has been employed at Hess since 2012 and been in the oil & gas industry since 2007. Jason begin his career as a flow assurance engineer at Multiphase Solutions (now Wood). Jason was the Flow Assurance Lead for the Stampede Field Development from concept to field start-up. Since then, he has transition to supporting Gulf of Mexico Projects in the Subsea MR&I (Maintenance, Reliability, & Integrity) group. Jason also serves as the Flow Assurance Technical Authority for Hess. Jason holds Bachelor’s degrees in chemical & biomolecular engineering from Georgia Tech and physics from Xavier University of Louisiana.