Judson Jacobs

IHS Markit

Executive Director, Upstream Technology

Judson Jacobs is an Executive Director, Upstream Technology with IHS Markit in its Energy division. In this role, he studies the strategic implications and tactical applications of oilfield and digital technologies across the oil and gas value chain. Recent research includes the globalization of innovation, the changing dynamics of upstream technology development, and the growing role of digitalization in field development and asset operations. Prior to joining IHS Markit through its acquisition of Cambridge Energy Research Associates, Mr. Jacobs worked as a management consultant with the Mitchell Madison Group and held senior engineering positions with Schlumberger and Anadarko Petroleum Corporation. He holds a BSE from Princeton University and an MS from Stanford University.


Tuesday, 27 October

  • 05:35pm - 06:10pm / -

    Executive Conference

    Technologies to Optimize Costs, Recovery & Emissions in the Upstream

    Indian operators are facing the dual pressures of lowering costs and increasing recoveries to remain competitive, and of decarbonizing the business. These aspirations are not mutually exclusive; the most efficient and effective oil companies tend to be those doing the most to curb their emissions. This session explores efforts underway in both areas along with the intersection between the two.

    What emerging technologies and innovative practices can Indian operators deploy today to drive lower costs, higher recoveries, and reduced emissions associated with operations?
    What is a realistic scope of performance improvements achievable through such means?
    Where is there strong alignment between these areas?