Lee Steinke

Turning Unturned Stones: Illuminating the Slightly Unusual Relationship Relationship Between Geoscientists and Their Vendors

Day and Time: 10/29/20, 1:00-2:00 PM CST

CPE: 1.0

Level: Basic

Prerequisite: None

Advanced Preparation: None

Field of Study: Audit

Delivery Method: Group-Internet Based

Registration: No Fee

Lee will be giving us a guided tour of how a geoscientist works with and manages risks around third parties and contractors. She will be answering the following questions:

  • What does a geoscientist do in oil and gas? 

  • How are third parties involved? 

  • Which risks around vendor management should weconsider?  

Some of the areas we will discuss include:

  1. Introduction to geoscience in the oil and gas industry

  2. Types of vendors typically used by geoscientists

  3. Best practices for vendor selection and invoice review

  4. Cross-functional projects and vendor relationships

  5. Considerations for vendors working with geoscientists

Lee Steinke

Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists

Lee Steinke is an Energy Executive whose career has spanned Texaco, Williams, WPX Energy, and Discovery Natural Resources. She has overseen the management of vendor activity on large projects in a variety of regulatory jurisdictions. Lee holds an MS from 

Yale and an MBA from Wharton and chairs the Corporate Advisory Board for the Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists.

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