3 Strategies For E&Ps To Reduce Routine Flaring

3 Strategies for E&Ps to Reduce Routine Flaring

Increasingly stringent flaring regulations have been a hot topic of discussion in the upstream oil and gas industry for several years. Levels of natural gas flaring in the U.S. have risen due to increased oil and gas production resulting from the “Shale Revolution” and pipeline infrastructure constraints. The most recent…

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Brody Sherman
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Brody Sherman is a Consultant in Opportune LLP’s Process & Technology group based in Houston. Prior to Opportune during his collegiate studies, Brody was a Finance Intern at Noble Energy where he mapped and analyzed U.S. onshore drill processes and procedures, analyzed financial impacts of project scope changes, and created a process improvement proposal. Before that, Brody was a Land Intern at Talos Energy Inc. where his primary role was assisting with land administration activities, including research and reporting. Prior to Talos, he held two different roles at Anthem Oil and Gas Inc., one as a Divestiture Associate where he gained experience in preparing documentation for potential lessees and purchasers of mineral and royalty packages, followed by a Land Department Tech, where he reviewed, analyzed and assisted in the implementation of process improvement protocols for property acquisitions. Brody graduated in May 2020 from Texas A&M University with a BBA in Finance. He also earned a certificate from the Petroleum Ventures Program, College of Engineering.

3 Ways Technology is Going to Shape the Oil and Gas Industry Free to Download Today

Oil and gas operations are commonly found in remote locations far from company headquarters. Now, it's possible to monitor pump operations, collate and analyze seismic data, and track employees around the world from almost anywhere. Whether employees are in the office or in the field, the internet and related applications enable a greater multidirectional flow of information – and control – than ever before.

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