Future of Energy: Thriving in an ever-changing energy landscape
Increasing environmental and economic pressure on oil and gas companies has raised questions about the future of the industry. As the energy transition space continues to evolve, understanding how the oil and gas industry can positively impact that new landscape will be important. Deb Ryan brings almost 20 years of upstream oil industry experience and as the current Head of Low Carbon Commodities she will share insights to help you stay relevant, engaged and thriving in this new landscape. Joined byAmanda Colyer, WEN OK Secretary, as moderator, Regional Director of Operations at Helmerich & Payne and Petroleum Engineer by trade, Deb and Amanda will conduct a fireside chat to share their own experiences navigating a male dominated industry and the positive outlook for women seeking to be part of the future of energy.
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Deb Ryan P.E., MBA
Head of Low Carbon Commodities at S&P Global
Deb Ryan is the Head of Low Carbon Commodities for S&P Global Commodity Insights, a division of S&P Global and the leading provider of information and benchmarks for the energy and commodities markets.
Based in Denver, Deb leads the Low Carbon Footprints team, which focuses on the market mechanisms and analytics that underpin the carbon emission footprints of existing infrastructure. Deb is a well-recognized public speaker and is known for her views on market outlook on the oil and gas industry, regulation and energy transition.
Deb brings almost 20 years of upstream oil industry experience. She has worked at both oil and gas operators, and in consulting, where she focused on reserves and resource assessments, cash flow analysis, fair market evaluation, regulation and litigation projects, and also did reservoir modeling.
Deb is a Professional Engineer in Colorado and Texas with a Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering and Masters degree in Petroleum Engineering, both from Curtin University in Australia, and an MBA from Penn State, US. Deb serves on the International Board of the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) and previously served as the Treasurer for the Women’s Energy Network Foundation.