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Debbie McIntosh

OTM Consulting


Debbie leads the Subsurface and Wells Practice at OTM, with oversight of all projects and networks related to D&C, G&G, Petrophysics and Engineering (Reservoir/ Well/ Production).

She has worked with IOCs, NOCs, Service Companies and Vendors on a variety of technical topics within the Oil and Gas industry with the ultimate goal of maximising value from technology. As well as working across all core competencies (market intelligence, technology management technology development, networks and JIPs), the practice delivers across themes such as: Unconventionals, Brownfields (IOR/ EOR), Deepwater and Frontier (HPHT/ marginal fields).

Debbie specialises in completions technologies, zonal isolation and IOR/ EOR. Recent projects include: technology landscaping of commercialised and emerging perforation and stimulation technologies to improve stimulation effectiveness; an overview of opportunities in P&A, well integrity and WGSO for an emerging potentially disruptive technology; and a comprehensive report and key strategic recommendations to address the client's four main waterflooding challenges, highlighting opportunities to learn from other organisations through past experience and collaboration.

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Decommissioning - the D word! The Geological Society
07 Jun 2016
Exploring internationally for unconventional oil and gas The Geological Society
02 Oct 2013
Managing declining fields with geophysics The Geological Society
27 Nov 2012

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