February 21, 2024 - 17:00
PGK Annual General Meeting, monthly lecture, and dinner
17:00-18:00: Social hour at Millers
18:00-18:30: Annual General Meeting at Millers
18:30-19:30: Lecture at Millers
19:30-22:00: Dinner at Luden (registration required, no fee)
Registration is required for the dinner at Luden only
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Danilo Bandiziol (Sproule) will talk about:
‘Navigating PRMS: Commerciality & Discovery Thresholds in Resource Assessment’
The Petroleum Resources Management System (PRMS) framework serves as a fundamental guide for the categorization and classification of hydrocarbon reserves and resources. This presentation delves into the essential aspects of the PRMS, and the critical considerations surrounding Commerciality and Discovery thresholds. The presentation will explore the key components of the PRMS classification, emphasizing criteria and methodologies. A detailed analysis of Commerciality and Discovery thresholds will shed light on the classification differences between Prospective Resources, Contingent Resources and Reserves.
About the presenter
Danilo is Sproule’s Vice President for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA). He has over 35 years of international industry experience, matured with large integrated Oil and Gas Companies and Service Companies in various positions of technical and managerial responsibility.
He has a broad knowledge of the international E&P industry, from exploration through development to production, in positions from field engineer for a well service company, to reservoir engineer and reservoir manager for a large operator, to managing director of a subsurface consultancy firm, subsidiary of a large international corporation.
Danilo is responsible for further developing Sproule’s business in Europe, Middle East and Africa, and for supporting the daily operations of the Dutch office and team.
Danilo is former member of the Oil & Gas Reserves Committee (OGRC) of the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE), and member of the Society of Petroleum Evaluation Engineers (SPEE). He has co-authored Chapter 4 of the 2022 PRMS Application Guidelines, and is currently a member of the “PRMS Examples” subcommittee. He is also member of the Qualifications Committee of the SPEE and Membership Officer of the SPEE Europe Chapter.