Rob Ratchinsky & Liz Frisby
Data Validation & Smart Contracts: How to Position Yourself for Change
Day and Time: 10/28/20, 12:30-1:30 PM CST
Advanced Preparation: None
Field of Study: Audit
Delivery Method: Group-Internet Based
Registration: No Fee
Oil & Gas industry leaders are smarter and savvier in today’s climate by taking bold leaps on innovative programs and automation. With limited resources, tighter budgets, and fluctuating barrel prices now more than ever Operators are looking to implement efficient processes in order to build strong vendor relationships, promote compliance, and gain better control over Operational costs.
In this session, we will discuss what data validation and smart contracts are and how to make company goals a reality. We will discuss the financial implications of adoption and explore the benefits of these programs to both the Operators and
Vendors. To close we will discuss the outlook for the programs and how they will further evolve.
Some of the areas we will discuss include:
Highlighting industry issues related to invoicing and data validation
Defining Data Validation & Smart Contracts
Explaining the Financial Transaction Impact
Discussing how to leverage programs for both Operators & Service Contractors
Showcasing the future of Data Validations & Smart Contracts
Rob Ratchinsky has an extremely unique background, growing up in parts of Canada, Europe, Africa and the US, before graduating from the University of Victoria in Canada. He began his career at Anadarko Petroleum, where he worked alongside portfolio,
marketing, production and reserves teams. He left Anadarko to become the Vice President of Operations at Engage Management,
a boutique consulting company for oil and gas operators.
In 2016, he co-founded ENGAGE, a digital field management platform that allows operators to schedule, track, manage
and approve their field transactions. He currently acts as the CEO of ENGAGE and has built the company into the market leader fordigitizing the oilfield.
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