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San Antonio, Texas
May 6-10, 2013

Keynote Speakers


We are P2 | Charles Goodman, P2 CEO


Charles Goodman, CEO, P2 Energy Solutions

Join me and the P2 team as we reflect on the past year and the changes made to improve the quality of the customer experience and the solutions we provide. We will also look to the future and what lies ahead.


Charles Goodman is the President and CEO of P2 Energy Solutions. He joined P2 in October of 2011 as Chief Operating Officer and was promoted to President and CEO in 2012. Prior to joining P2, Mr. Goodman served as Chief Operating Officer for Ventyx, a leading global provider of software, data and consulting solutions to the utility, energy, mining and telecommunications industries. He was instrumental in tripling the size of Ventyx through the acquisitions of Mincom, Insert Key and Obvient Strategies along with the integration of ABB’s SCADA business unit. During this same period, he executed a global growth strategy expanding sales and operations into all continents and key global markets. Prior to serving as the Chief Operating Officer of Ventyx, he held the position of Executive Vice President, Global Sales and Marketing. He was with Ventyx and its predecessor companies for 11 years. Prior to joining Ventyx, he served as Executive Vice President of Corporate Operations for Atmos Energy Company, the nation’s largest natural gas-only distributor. He was with Atmos for 19 years.


Mr. Goodman holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Petroleum Engineering from Texas Tech University.



Endeavour to Succeed | Captain Mark Kelly


Captain Mark Kelly, Space Shuttle Commander

Captain Mark Kelly delivers an inspiring speech incorporating the importance of purpose, perseverance and preparation to succeed.


Mark Kelly is an American astronaut, retired US Navy Captain, best selling-author, prostate cancer survivor, and an experienced naval aviator who flew combat missions during the Gulf War. The winner of many awards, including the Legion of Merit, two Defense Superior Service Medals and two Distinguished Flying Crosses, Kelly was selected as an astronaut in 1996. He flew his first of four missions in 2001 aboard Space Shuttle Endeavour, the same space shuttle that he commanded on its final flight in May 2011. He has also commanded Space Shuttle Discovery and is one of only two individuals who have visited the International Space Station on four different occasions.


Already a celebrated American, Kelly became the center of international attention after the January 2011 assassination attempt on his wife, former US Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords. In their best-selling memoir, Gabby, the couple shares their story of hope and resilience with the world. The inspirational memoir has topped multiple best-seller lists, including the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and Amazon. Kelly and Giffords have captivated the nation with their story, appearing in an exclusive Diane Sawyer interview, and on Nightline and The Daily Show, among others, and have appeared on the covers of People and USA Today. Named on of the Esquire’s 2011 "Americans of the Year,” Kelly was also featured on the cover of and profiled in the magazine. He published his first children’s book in October 2012, titled Mousetronaut: A Partially True Story. In 2013, on the second anniversary of the Tucson shooting, Kelly and Giffords launched a political action committee aimed at curbing gun violence.


With 6,000 flight hours in more than 50 different aircraft, 375 aircraft carrier landings, 39 combat missions and more than 50 days in space, Astronaut Mark Kelly is one of our country’s most experienced pilots. A sought-after keynote speaker, Mark Kelly is an American hero who inspires others to be their best while remaining true to their core values. He exemplifies leadership, the importance of teamwork, and courage under pressure.



Industry Insights: A Keynote Conversation


A luncheon keynote panel of industry executives sharing their opinions, insight and perspective on the key happenings in oil and gas. The conversation will be moderated by David Muse, COO, P2 Energy Solutions.


David Muse, COO, P2 Energy Solutions

David Muse, P2, COO


David Muse joined P2 in October of 2010 as Senior Vice President, Global Sales and Marketing and became COO in March 2012. Mr. Muse is responsible for sales, data operations, outsourcing, and global professional services. Before coming to P2, Mr. Muse ran Global Energy Consulting at SAIC, consummated consulting engagements at companies such as Chevron, BP and ExxonMobil among others.


In his former roles, David served in a partner position as a North American lead for a major management consulting firm, acting as an Upstream Consulting Practice leader and lead numerous reengineering, ERP and best practice implementation projects within the Oil and Gas vertical. He has led merger and divestment integration activities with firms such as ExxonMobil. David transitioned into consulting after working in the automation and software technology sector, servicing the Petroleum and Chemicals industry. David began his career with Mobil Oil, as part of their Risk Management and Loss Prevention Engineering group.


In addition to his professional duties, David has served as an adjunct faculty member at Texas A&M University, Industrial Distribution. David received his MBA from McCombs School of Business, University of Texas at Austin and holds a B.S., Industrial Distribution from Texas A&M University.


Reid MorrisonReid Morrison, PwC, Advisory Leader for US Energy


Reid is a Principal in PwC's Houston Office, leads the US Advisory Energy Sector, and serves as the Houston Market Advisory Leader. He manages over 130 professionals with varying backgrounds and skills related to business and systems consulting, and advises clients on strategies and initiatives to improve operational and commercial performance.


Reid has 20 years of consulting experience, and his projects have covered operating model restructuring, enterprise process redesign, M&A integration, supply chain, operational excellence, and refinery and upstream reliability and production improvements. He has worked in the energy industry both domestically and internationally in upstream and downstream (supermajors, NOC, and independents), bio-fuels and alternative/renewable energy, trading, midstream and pipelines, oilfield services, utility, chemicals, mining, and engineering and construction. Prior to PwC, he led the Global Energy & Chemicals practice at BearingPoint and Heidrick & Struggles.


Reid received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology in 1990 from Southwestern University, Georgetown, Texas and received his Masters in Industrial/Organizational Psychology in 1992 from the University of Tulsa.


James VickJames W. Vick, Southwestern, Senior Vice President of Business Information Services


Jim joined Southwestern Energy (SWN) in November 2012 as Senior Vice President of Business Information Services. He is responsible for all components of the Information Technology and Business Solutions that support the Operations and support functions for SWN. Southwestern Energy is one of the largest gas E&P organizations in the country with operations in the Fayetteville, Marcellus and Brown Dense Shale plays. Before joining Southwestern Energy, he spent 18 years as a Principal with Deloitte Consulting. Over his career of 28 years he has had experience in the implementation of financial management and application reporting systems as well as providing operational guidance to a variety of industry organizations. Jim holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance from The University of Texas at Austin.

 

 

Leslie Haines, Hart Energy, Editor
Leslie Haines began her journalism career in 1980 in Williston, North Dakota, at the Williston Daily Herald. She became the energy and business reporter for the Midland Reporter-Telegram in Midland, Texas, in 1982 and 1983. She joined Hart Energy Publishing in Denver in late 1983 as a copy editor. Soon thereafter she began writing for Western Oil and Gas World . In 1985, she joined the staff of Oil and Gas Investor magazine. She was named managing editor two years later and became editor in January 1992. In November 1992, at its annual meeting in Reno, the IPAA awarded Leslie with the 2nd Annual Lloyd Unsell Award for Excellence in Petroleum Journalism. She is a 1974 honors graduate of Keene State College in her native New Hampshire. She is a former president of the Houston Producers’ Forum and is on the board of the Houston Energy Finance Discussion Group.