SIEMENS SUBSEA POWER - ENABLING SUBSEA PROCESSING
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31 August, 2011
9:00 AM CST
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Oil and Gas resources are getting more challenging to find and produce globally and in order to meet the increasing demand for these energy sources E&P companies are looking to advanced technology that can assist them in maximizeing recovery and allowing previously uneconomic fields to be produced. Siemens is engaging in this challenge by applying our deep expertise in power systems to the Subsea realm. Please join Graham Kawulka for an introduction to how Siemens is enabling wider scale adoption of Subsea Processing through the development of Siemens Subsea Power Systems.
Global Sales Manager – Subsea Oil and Gas
Graham is a native of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada and after completing his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Alberta Graham had the good fortune to join Master Flo Valve Inc. in the Specialty Oil and Gas Control Valve Business. During his tenure at Master Flo Graham was able to gain core technical and commercial experience through various roles in R&D, actuation and controls engineering, technical support, and sales support on a truly global level including a relocation to Jakarta Indonesia. Graham joined VetcoGray in 2005 as the Technical Manager for Subsea Chokes and, after the acquisition by GE, transitioned to a role as a Product Manager for Subsea. With his start at Siemens in the role of Global Sales Manager for Subsea Oil & Gas in 2010, Graham is currently going through a significant period of change and challenge. This current role has allowed him to become more focused on commercial aspects of the Oil and Gas Business while applying his experience to a new and expanding sector of the Subsea business and marks 10 years working with Subsea Oil and Gas Equipment.