Offshore masters on collaboration and new energy

first_imgWant to pick the brain of Leon Overdulve, CEO, OOS International or Adrian Cretoiu, Managing Director Western Europe, Schlumberger? Now is your chance as they will be offering their guidance and views.Tuesday 10 October, 15.00 – 17.00 hrsLéon Overdulve, CEO, OOS InternationalThe key components of successful and strategic collaborationIn this Master Class, Léon Overdulve will take participants on a journey through the history of OOS International’s fleet to the current newbuild Semi-Submersible Crane Vessels OOS Serooskerke and OOS Walcheren. In particular Léon brings the offshore challenges to discussion and shares his visions on the importance of collaboration to successfully complete innovative newbuild projects.Léon Overdulve is the CEO and founder of OOS International, an offshore construction company that provides clients optimal turnkey solutions to run their operations more efficiently, based on a unique fleet of innovative assets, unmatched quality and excellent offshore services worldwide. Before devoting his work fulltime to OOS International, Léon has proven its knowledge and experience for many years working in multiple offshore and onshore positions with an engineering and commercial background in the offshore industry. Together with a team of professionals, he draws the benefits for clients and our environment from the skills and insights gained over the years. Wednesday 11 October, 15.00 – 17.00 hrsAdrian Cretoiu, Managing Director Western Europe, SchlumbergerThe promise of geothermal – what’s in it for oil & gas companies?Geothermal energy can play a role in decarbonizing domestic heat and ultra-deep geothermal could even supply high temperature heat for heavy industry. Developing geothermal energy projects requires the same kind of techniques used in oil & gas, only the product differs. In this Master Class, Adrian Cretoiu will discuss the outlook for geothermal energy deployment and its potential for oil & gas companies. Participants are challenged to discuss the geological, economic and commercial conditions under which geothermal energy could take off.Adrian Cretoiu is Managing Director – Western Europe with Schlumberger. In this role he is responsible for the full Schlumberger business portfolio spanning exploration, drilling, characterization and production working with all European clients. Adrian joined Schlumberger in 1997 and has held managerial roles in line management and strategy development, business development and production management in the US, Norway, Malaysia, France, Singapore and Romania. Adrian holds an MSc Electrical and Electronics Engineering from INSA Lyon and Iowa State University and an MBA from Duke University – Fuqua School of Business. Both sessions will be guided by Arnoud Franken, Senior Consultant, InContext. You can register via the website Do note these Master Classes are specifically for final year students, starters and young professionals (<6 years work experience, <35 years old, min. Bachelor degree.).The Master Classes bring together masters and young talents in the offshore oil, gas and energy industry for an informal exchange of ideas and experiences, both technical and non-technical. The Master Classes are meant for final year students, starters and young professionals (<6 years work experience, <35 years old, min. Bachelor degree.).OEEC is one of Europe’s leading offshore energy events. It is unique in bringing together the oil & gas, offshore wind and marine energy industry. With the industry in transition, OEEC offers offshore energy professionals the ideal meeting place to network, discuss and learn about the future of energy. OEEC 2017 will be held at Amsterdam RAI on October 9, 10, 11, 2017.last_img read more

Edward “Dick” Reese – Brookville

first_imgEdward “Dick” Reese, of Brookville, was born on October 15, 1927 in St. Mary’s, IN, the youngest son of Richard Bent and Ollie Victoria Marcum Reese.  He married the former Glenna Hensley on September 10, 1946 who preceded him in death on July 27, 2000.  He worked various jobs including the county highway department and the railroad until he retired from Wayne Works in Richmond.  Dick also farmed and had a car lot at one time.  He enjoyed travelling the country, fishing, antique tractors and cars, and watching westerns and nature TV shows.  On Thursday, August 22, 2019, at the age of 91, Dick passed away at home peacefully surrounded by family.Those surviving who will cherish Dick’s memory include his 5 daughters; Carolyn (William) Gay of Port Charlotte, FL, Joann (Paul) Bell of Connersville, Victoria Meyer of Brookville, Linda (Dean) Walter of Brookville, and Barbara (Jack) Arnold of Connersville; 9 grandchildren; 9 great-grandchildren; loving companion, Jennifer Knecht; and many nieces and nephews. Besides his parents and wife of 53 years, he was preceded in death by an infant daughter, Regina Faye Reese; 6 brothers, Elmer, Conley, Powell, Ora, Herlon, and Verlie; and five sisters, Daisy, Mae, Lora, Alice, and Hazel.Friends may visit with the family on Saturday, August 24, 2019 from 11 a.m. until the time of service at 1 p.m. at Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home, 929 Main Street, Brookville.  Burial will follow immediately after in Maple Grove Cemetery.Memorial contributions can be directed to the American Cancer Society or the donor’s choice.  To sign the online guestbook or to leave personal memories please visit  The staff of Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home is honored to care for the family of Dick Reese.last_img read more

#JaVotes2016: Voters turned away in Spanish Town – Liaison officers

first_img Francis said the presiding officer was in charge and added that even if their names were not on the list there was a supplemental list, which had their names. “From you sell your vote you will sell your soul,” another told The Gleaner. Liaison officers at the Phillippo Baptist Church in Spanish Town were bitter as they told The Gleaner that several persons, who had come to vote were being turned away with claims that their names were not on the voters list. The officers claimed that they escorted several persons and did find their names on the list after they had initially been turned away. “A eleven somebody we count say them name not on the list and when we come back and go up there with them we found their names,” Liaison officer, Joy Francis told The Gleaner.last_img read more