getSmart group LLC
February 2012 to Present
Houston, Texas Area
global engineering manager and PE
2013 to 2014
global engineering manager and PE
2013 to 2014
Marathon Oil Company
Chief Procurement Officer
July 2010 to February 2012
Houston, Texas Area
Global Supply Mgr. Drilling and Exploration
July 2008 to August 2010
Houston, Texas Area
July 2007 to July 2008
Regional Manager -- Strategic Procurement
July 2005 to June 2007
January 2003 to June 2005
Well Construction and Subsurface Project Manager
June 1999 to June 2003
Manager- Deepwater, Floating and Unconventional Drilling groups
June 1996 to May 1999
Drilling Supt and Mgr.
July 1988 to June 1996
Sr Drilling Engineer and Senior Drill Rep (aka Co Man)
June 1986 to June 1988
Papua New Guinea
August 1983 to May 1986
Phillips Petroleum Company
May 1980 to May 1983
A boutique engineering consulting firm supplying strategy and commercial advice and analysis to the energy sector. Time spent with Lloyd's Register Drilling as Global Engineering mgr in charge of engineering, risk, systems controls and consulting for operators and contractors (including some cyber security assessment) . Additional work for various clients assisting in M&A target identification and post... A boutique engineering consulting firm supplying strategy and commercial advice and analysis to the energy sector. Time spent with Lloyd's Register Drilling as Global Engineering mgr in charge of engineering, risk, systems controls and consulting for operators and contractors (including some cyber security assessment) . Additional work for various clients assisting in M&A target identification and post M&A integration, Direct engineering consulting on Drilling rig valuation, well design, casing design and AFE preparation and Project mgt.
What company does Michael Tweedy work for?
Michael Tweedy works for getSmart group LLC
What is Michael Tweedy's role at getSmart group LLC?
Michael Tweedy is President
What industry does Michael Tweedy work in?
Michael Tweedy works in the Oil & Energy industry.
Significant commercial and executive level organizational skills, with a track record developing and executing company wide growth and revenue strategies both on the operator and supplier side. Recognized industry global resource with extensive hands-on experience providing engineering, project management and commercial services across multiple geographies and companies. A member of the elite engineers in US who hold current Professional Petroleum Engineer registration, a certified Project professional. Through several decades has delivered multi billion dollar energy projects from Australia to GoM and West Africa for large and small operators and suppliers. As an Individual engineer deeply experienced in drilling, completion and workover operations, well planning, drilling optimization, directional, extended reach and horizontal drilling, for both Gas and oil with recent Unconventional (shale) and Deepwater experience.. As a certifying authority assessed and verified traditional and exotic subsea equipment,control systems for deepwater and harsh HPHT conditions, including riser, BOP and well/ casing designs compatibility with regulatory and global engineering (API, NorSok, ANSI,) standards As an engineering manager have ensured delivery of crucial systems, control, risk and engineering consulting services to global clients (Shell to LLOG, Seadrill to Seaboard,) As a supply chain executive have lead large and small procurement and SCM organizations in delivering supply chain contracting, procurement and logistics services across all streams:upstream, downstream and midstream from fortune 50 integrated companies to pure play E&P's.Practiced in enabling and leading organizational transformation, skill building, change management, while managing global operations involving 1000+ staff, and delivering competitive results due to successful management of competing drivers of cost control, flexibility, improved efficiency, local content and global leverage..President @ A boutique engineering consulting firm supplying strategy and commercial advice and analysis to the energy sector. Time spent with Lloyd's Register Drilling as Global Engineering mgr in charge of engineering, risk, systems controls and consulting for operators and contractors (including some cyber security assessment) . Additional work for various clients assisting in M&A target identification and post M&A integration, Direct engineering consulting on Drilling rig valuation, well design, casing design and AFE preparation and Project mgt. From February 2012 to Present (3 years 11 months) Houston, Texas Areaglobal engineering manager and PE @ From 2013 to 2014 (1 year) global engineering manager and PE @ From 2013 to 2014 (1 year) Chief Procurement Officer @ The fourth largest Integrated Oil and Gas (29th in Fortune 50, #220 in FT 500) oil and natural gas exploration and production company with >29,000 employees with $77B in revenue and >$2 Billion in income--pre split in 2011. C-level company officer leading over 670 global employees and 200 contractors providing end to end Supply and Logistics across the enterprise., Recruited to provide leadership to the fourth largest integrated Oil and Gas company in the US. Manage $8B+ in gross spend (>$4B in drilling and completions and $3B in large capital mostly downstream projects) Taking a fortune 50 energy company to the next level of procurement and supply chain logistics maturity. We are focusing on building a best in class SCM organization that will deliver the "right stuff, right time, right place--all at the right total price". In the near term focused on enhancing category management and market intelligence across the enterprise. Through very efficient tactical procurement, safe effective logistics and leading edge CM and market intelligence, enable Marathon's business to respond more rapidly and make better quality decisions than competitors. current focus on downstream, international upstream and domestic Shale plays and acquisitions such as Hilcorp in EF, Poland and Kurdistan, Unconventional oil plays have the potential to out produce international aging assets in Norway, UK and Indonesia with appropriate mgt and discipline. Develop and drive key metrics such as "wells per billion", reduced cycle time from spud to first sale, and enabling efficient leverage and even vertical integration where it makes sense. From July 2010 to February 2012 (1 year 8 months) Houston, Texas AreaGlobal Supply Mgr. Drilling and Exploration @ The world’s largest diversified natural resources company ($247B enterprise #6 on FT100) with 100+ locations throughout the world and 39000 employees ($60B in revenue with $12.2 Billion in net income ). BHPBilliton Petroleum (CSG-Customer Sector Group) has HQ in Houston, Texas USA with over 1400 employees in 12 countries. Directed a global team of up to 100 SCM professionals (staff and contract) in a highly integrated organization operating in 12 countries with spend of $4B-$6B. Accountable for broad supply chain service delivery under the O&G industry’s most rigorous SCM and Procurement system (SAP/Quadrem). Activities included end-to-end contracts (EPC to Indirect), procurement, materials mgt, indirect supply, labor, facilities leasing, 3rd-party legal, and management of banking relationships but excluded production unit logistics. Supported acquisition, exploration, and all drilling and completion operations (D&C) in all producing countries (Australia, Pakistan, UK, Trinidad, Algeria) and included new entry into Malaysia, India, Colombia, the Falklands, Vietnam and Philippines. U.K., Pakistan, Algeria, and Trinidad. • Deep Collaboration and co-location of SCM staff with Drilling Mgt and operations teams--world wide. • Generated annual savings of >$50M in the U.S. Lead BHPB in most SCM metrics categories and dramatically improved KPI's like paying suppliers on time and reliable delivery of goods and services to well operations. • Reduced risk to enterprise by virtually eliminating work without contract or agreement. Petroleum delivers 35% of the revenue to BHPB group. The Drilling and Exploration Supply organization account for 75% of total PET spend. From July 2008 to August 2010 (2 years 2 months) Houston, Texas AreaSenior Advisor @ Advisor to the global organization and Chief Procurement Officer providing expertise on Category Management and Advanced Supplier Relationship Mgt.-SRM. Define engagement processes, coach very senior CVX company executives (President, CFO, Vice Chairman, etc) and facilitate discussions and negotiations with senior representatives from strategic suppliers: including Transocean, H&P, Fluor, Halliburton, SLB, Tidewater, SBM, Yokogawa, Microsoft, and Oracle. • Standardized and defined appropriate benchmarks and assessments for deployment across the enterprise. Driving best practices and improvements between streams and businesses as diverse as Mining and Shipping. • Improve forecasting reliability for costs of goods and services and strategic inflation inputs for business plans and M&A evaluations. From July 2007 to July 2008 (1 year 1 month) Regional Manager -- Strategic Procurement @ Upstream SCM procurement and contracting managment job supporting the SOuth Asia business from India to Chain. 7 countries, 5 with operations. Based in the SBU headquarters in Bangkok. Staff of 30 direct reports including 5 regional Category Mangers. Provide cross country support for spend planning, contracting, negotiations, governance, supplier management and audit support. The only upstream unit to support Capital projects sourcing in two countries ( 2 multi billion projects-One inThailand, one in Vietnam) in addition to base operations which spend $1.4 Billion USD annually with over 200 suppliers manged by 1500 contracts. From July 2005 to June 2007 (2 years) Business Manager @ Chevron International Exploration & Production aka COPI HQ in San Ramon, California 100% travel -- resided in international project locations. Had offices in San Ramon and Houston. Sought after to improve and upgrade international upstream contracting and procurement organization serving 128 countries. Directed standardization efforts, strategic business planning, optimized core supply chain processes, business unit resource and budget management with an annual spend of $19.5B. • Turned around an organization with the worst performance on key SCM measures to the best, leading all Chevron units in value creation, SCM maturity measures, inventory, and supplier integration. Rebuilt relationships with Drilling and int’l refining/marketing organization. • International annual procurement savings rate increased from 2.1% ($199M) to 5.2% ($490M) in two years as a result of setting new standards, leveraged approach to market and coordination of efforts. • Developed and executed a Best Practice Peer Review Assessment measuring Asset and SBU SCM performance and developing organizational and process standards. Gained executive approval to implement changes and then oversaw the required changes. o Standardized SCM organizational structures and processes across 14 SBUs, standardizing core processes, reducing inventory, measuring KPI’s, driving SBU best practice sharing and thus improving value creation/savings and Procurement, contracting and logistics service delivery. • For the first time ever, integrated SCM into corporate strategic business plan development and forecasting-- providing market forecasts, cost growth, inflation estimation, supplier and competitor performance. From January 2003 to June 2005 (2 years 6 months) Well Construction and Subsurface Project Manager @ Selected to provide drilling and Completion Proj Mgt expertise to the corporate centralized project management group aka PRC. Focused on large, >$50M, capital construction projects. Led an international team of up to 30, supporting customers and projects in 26+ countries. Projects included Genesis, Agbami, Frade, BBLT, Escravos gas to Liquid-EGTL, Alba south. And many others Influential and valued resource supporting project teams and acquisition (subsurface) initiatives in West Africa, South Asia, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Australia, Norway, Canada, and the United Kingdom. • Created simple, easy to use new tools to drive discovery and use of best practices, and drove implementation across the enterprise. Based on Asset and functional assessments, “Saved” more than $400M every year in role. Branded these tools and processes “getSmart” • Developed and managed the “getSmart” product line. Assessing and improving team performance on capital projects, large asset development, Drilling projects, and complex subsurface field developments. o getSmart OL and Project management tools and processes continued to be used more than 15 years after deployment support was discontinued. o “getSmart” team members were awarded large cash special recognition rewards for delivering over $100M annually for multiple years in savings for the European Business Unit and supporting joint ventures. • Conducted financial “look backs” on CVX and JV projects for reports back to ExCom and company leadership • Lead Integration teams in London, Perth, Kuwait, Venezuela, and Colombia as part of the Chevron -Texaco “merger”/Acquisition. From June 1999 to June 2003 (4 years 1 month) Manager- Deepwater, Floating and Unconventional Drilling groups @ Selected to provide deepwater drilling operational and technology support and guidance to the enterprise. Lead a small 10 person team to support global deepwater operations from technology selection through operations. Highlighted projects: • Support Agbami- Nigeria, Gorgon West Australia, Genesis and Gemini-GoM from concept through implementation. • Oversee operations in Deepwater exploration in GoM, West Africa East Coast Canada, Barents sea, Philippines, and Atlantic margin. Selected to lead Horizontal Unconventional and later Floating drilling team at CVX’s world class technology center. Provide operational and technology support and guidance to the enterprise for unconventional drilling techniques and processes such as Hoz and Multilateral completions, CT drilling, HPHT, Managed pressure and underbalanced drilling. Highlights: • Assumed leadership of floating drilling group in second year in addition to Unconventional team. Assessed rigs and riser designs for deepwater and offshore developments provided well control support, inc. Deepwater exploration in West Africa, East Coast Canada, Barents sea, Philippines, and Atlantic margin. • Proposed and managed Deepwater technology and R&D investments in Dual activity rig design, Glomar Explorer retro fit ( H Hughes ship) riserless drilling, MPD, Ultra deep casing designs, Shallow water flow identification, expandable casing, and large bore well head design. • Was recruited to lead the MoBPTeCH drilling technology consortium (Mobil, BP, Texaco, and Chevron) and did so until Exxon acquired Mobil and disbanded consortium. • Held Board level positions on a variety of National and International Industry Research boards. Notably these are GRI (Gas Research Institute), The National Advanced Drilling and Excavating Technology board (out of MIT) and Deepstar • SPE Distinguished Lecturer—23 speaking sites and 14 countries and History Channel appearance. From June 1996 to May 1999 (3 years) Drilling Supt and Mgr. @ Selected to lead WAPET West Australia Petroleum drilling group – Caltex joint venture ( >900 staff with 6 expat secondees from parent companies-CVX, Texaco, Shell and Ampol) After initial secondment as Senior Engineer, succeeded Texaco engineer as drilling superintendent in 3 Q 1989 as head of drilling (no drilling mgr. in this org at the time). Seconded to WMC / CVX joint venture in 1996 on drilling project due to experience with HPHT and offset well blowout. Supervised 20 staff and 10-20 consultants depending on activity level. Highlights • Drilling Superintendent/then manager at WMC during active 6 year drilling campaign with 4-6 Drilling rigs : one Semi, one jackup, one deep land rig, one to 3 shallow land rigs. Numerous completion and workover operations. • Development drilling performed on Barrow Island, Thevenard Island, and Northwest mainland Onslow/Dongara Gas field as well as shallow offshore waters plays (Yammaderry, Cowle, Roller, Skate, and Saladin), • Project Mgt : Completed the $100M Saladin project and the $60MM Roller/Skate Horizontal Drilling project both earlier than planned, and below budget. Roller/Skate Development and Northwest Area land operations set several Australian and Asian drilling records and achieved several technical “firsts” for WAPET and Australia, which attracted over 18 million in R&D Australian tax credits. Developed and utilized a monopod drilling design to reduce field development costs/ Technically this involved drilling first Medium radius well, first hoz development in Australia to improve project economics and payout. • HPHT: Deep land well (>6000m) on class c Nature reserve (Barrow Island) encountered HPHT conditions and underground blowout. Recovered control of well through complex well kill operations and relief well. • MPD-UBH: Proposed and drilled a pilot program of underbalance ML wells with live crude oil to see if this technique ( borrowed from Canadian producers) could improve production and EUR From July 1988 to June 1996 (8 years) Perth, AustraliaSr Drilling Engineer and Senior Drill Rep (aka Co Man) @ Selected as the first CVX engineer to work in Gulf Oil PNG operations post merger. Provide technical and supervisory support to heli-lift exploration operations in the mountainous highlands of PNG based out of Tari and Poroma base camps. Operations included the expansion of the exploration program from one to three heli-lift rigs (Parker Drilling with Bristow and Columbia Helicopters) with massive logistics, environment and cultural considerations. Drilling technical issues included lost circulation, over pressure, shale instability and directional control. Techniques employed included air foam drilling, percussion drilling, managed pressure/rotating head operations, infrequent well control, barite and hematite for weighting agent, slim hole casing design and extensive geomechanical modeling to improve ROP and TD success. Non drilling issues included indigenous uprisings, security issues, strikes/industrial action, severe weather, and remoteness from re-supply, medical and other “amenities”. Highlights • Heli-lift drilling: Multiple rigs in a remote jungle high altitude setting with indigenous and environmental complexities o Full Field development and Production Development Application preparation for Kutubu and Iagifu Flds o Well control ( hands on experience) and testing of complex wells with abnormal pressures (17.6 ppg MWE BHP) on Kutubu, Gobe and Hedinia prospects. Successfully controlled wells on Kutubu and Hedinia prospects with loss of only one well section. In CVX company man “mans” the choke and circulates out all kicks-spent 10 days in 6 hour shifts on two occasions on Parker 125 and 160 getting wells under control. From June 1986 to June 1988 (2 years 1 month) Papua New GuineaDrilling Engineer @ Bakersfield, Santa Barbara and Ventura California. Typical Drilling Company man and Drilling Engineer roles supervising single and multiple rigsite operations. Highlights : Bakersfield - Steam and Heavy Oil –supervision of multiple drilling ops Offshore platforms, drilling completion gravel packing and stimulation, platforms offshore Ventura-Monterey plays, LA basin urban drill sites—drilling and completion (gravel packing and stimulation) Arctic drilling -both Canadian and US sides: KIC well 120 miles east of Dead Horse (ANWR) , two winter drilling seasons in Slave Lake , Red Earth and Peace river. From August 1983 to May 1986 (2 years 10 months) Engineer @ Typical PE graduate roles. Supervising drilling and production operations in Western US, and offshore Texas and Louisiana. Increasing complexity with experience. Work a 6 week on, 2 week off schedule as “trainee engineer”. Spent 18 months in Ivory Coast installing subsea trees and drilling dev wells offshore west Africa. Highlights • Wells ranged from West Texas development to ultra-deep offshore exploratory wells (greater than 20,000’) in the OCS and Louisiana state waters, the majority being offshore. • Engineering and supervision of installation and testing of subsea trees, (BTW: this was early day Subsea Well development. • Supervision of Diving and ROV operations in support of Espoir and Molino developments offshore. Drilling and completion execution of early production project with Hughes Offshore subsea trees, Supervision of floating operations ( drill ship and Semi as support craft) • Supervision of floating drilling operations both drill ship and semi – drilling and completion activities. Drilling Engineer Point Arguello exploration and Molino Gas Field subsea development. In addition to onsite supervision, rendered technical support to the Santa Barbara area office and to the Anchorage North Cook Inlet area office. From May 1980 to May 1983 (3 years 1 month) Certificate, Advanced Supply Chain Mgt. @ Arizona State University - W. P. Carey School of Business From 2005 to 2006 BS petroleum engineering, Petroleum Engineering @ Montana Tech of the University of Montana From 1976 to 1980 Michael Tweedy is skilled in: Supply Chain, High Performance Teams, Change Management, Engineering, Project Management, Drilling, Six Sigma, Business Transformation, Reliability, Risk, Enterprise Risk Management, Supply Chain Optimization, Optimization, Market Intelligence, Emotional Intelligence
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