04 June 2021

Schlumberger will support ARPEL to coordinate Upstream activities during 2021

  • Adolpho Souza from Schlumberger, who today holds the position of Sales & Marketing Manager for Ecuador, Colombia and Peru, joins the staff of the Executive Secretariat of ARPEL as Project Manager to coordinate Upstream activities until the end of 2021.

    ARPEL asked its member companies for the support of a professional to work on secondment and will add to the resources of the Executive Secretariat in the management of Upstream issues. Schlumberger responded to our request, demonstrating its strong commitment to ARPEL's mission and goals.

    Adolpho Souza is a Mechanical Engineer from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte (UFRN) in Brazil, an MSc in Geosciences and Reservoir Engineering from the IFP School in France, as well as a certification in Digital Business from the University of Berkeley and another in Disruptive Strategy, from Harvard University.

    Adolpho has almost 20 years in the industry with vast experience in the upstream area having worked for Schlumberger across Latin America and Europe, with operation exposure from onshore to deep-water fields.

    As an Oil & Gas industry professional, has been exposed to different functions in Operations Management, Quality, HS&E, Petrotechnical Expert, Business Development, Account Management, and Sales Management.

    As an industry volunteer, he has also served for Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) as a director member of the Brazil section from 2015 to 2017. Additionally, Adolpho is fluent in Spanish, English and Portuguese.

    We would like to extend a warm welcome to Adolpho and thank Schlumberger for their continued support.

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