YP Simplified Series Presents:
How to Define the Future of Subsea Well Cementing
Tristam Horn, Chief Executive Officer & Founder of DeltaTek
Registration and networking from 6.00 pm, with the event starting at 6.45 pm
“How to define the future of subsea well cementing” plants a seed of entrepreneurship for aspiring young engineers. Problems exist everywhere in our day-to-day working lives; turning those problems into solutions, then into a commercial business, is a journey of excitement, heart-ache, elation, commiseration and endless hard work, which is best started with an injection of inspiration.
This presentation joins the journey at the outset, defining the problem, and exploring the trials and tribulations of an engineer determined to make a difference to the traditionally conservative offshore well construction industry. Learn how the industry is evolving into a technology driven one, hungry for efficiency and optimisation, using the subsea cementing business as the presentations roadmap. “How to define the future of subsea well cementing” aims to inspire the audience to become technology pioneers, by igniting that spark of conceiving and commercialising solutions to problems. Come and join the race to be first!
On graduating from university with a master’s in engineering, Tristam steadily progressed through various industry roles to become a Drilling Supervisor for BP. Identifying problems in the well construction process, he saw a gap in the market for a simple system to bring optimised land cementing techniques to the subsea market, and SeaCure® was born.
Convinced of the idea, Tristam founded DeltaTek in 2015. SeaCure® is an industry first and has undergone trials with Chevron and Siccar Point Energy – it’s also been funded by OGTC and Scottish Enterprise. At just 30, Tristam’s successfully building a business and an array of products, all of which massively save rig time and costs.
Free to attend but booking is essential.
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