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Breakfast: The Use of Content and Analytics in Oil and Gas to Drive Operational Excellence

March 27, 2018 
7:00 AM – 9:00 AM 
The Westin Galleria 
5060 W Alabama St, Houston, TX 77056
Monarch Ballroom, 24th Floor

Join us for Breakfast on March 27, 2018, to learn ways to optimize your business processes, reduce costs, mitigate risks, achieve operational excellence and harness the overwhelming amount of information that powers your company.


7:00 AM : Registration, Networking & Breakfast Buffet
7:30 AM : Welcome and Opening Remarks
7:45 AM : Presentations and Audience Q&A
9:00 AM : Breakfast Concludes

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Mark Stansberry

Stansberry is a corporate leader with extensive experience in the energy industry. He has many years of experience in domestic and international business development, and has chaired and/or served on private, public, and not-for-profit boards. Stansberry has served as Chairman/CEO of The GTD Group, and CEO/President of The Oklahoma Royalty Company. He is an award-winning author, film producer, columnist and radio talk show host. He is the author of five energy-related books.

Stansberry has directed business development in more than 20 states and several countries including: P. R. China, Japan, Russia, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Canada and Mexico. He has served on university board of regents for Oklahoma Colleges being appointed by three Oklahoma Governors: Governor Bellmon, Governor Keating and Governor Fallin, and has served as Chairman of the Governor’s International Team in 2007 under Governor Henry. Stansberry served as an intern and a staff member for U.S. Senator Dewey F. Bartlett, 1975-76. He was the White House event chairman for the Oklahoma Centennial Salute in 2007. Stansberry was inducted into the Western Oklahoma Hall of Fame in 2009. He has appeared on CNN, and other TV outlets, has been quoted in newspapers and magazines such as Wall Street Journal Market Watch.

A 1977 graduate of Oklahoma Christian University, Stansberry also graduated from the Institute on Comparative Political and Economic Systems held at Georgetown University, 1976. Mark completed the Stanford Law School (Corporate) Directors College 2008 Executive Education Program, and has completed Corporate Directors Institutes/Programs at Rice University, Oklahoma City University, and the University of Texas at Dallas. He completed the OBA Intermediate School of Banking program, Oklahoma State University, and Commercial Lending School, University of Oklahoma, both in 1983.

Stansberry is the Chairman Emeritus of the Board of Directors of the Oklahoma Hall of Fame - (Edward L.) Gaylord-(Boone) Pickens Museum, and is Chairman of the Regional University System of Oklahoma Board of Regents, 2017-18. 


Martin Richards 

Martin is currently responsible for the Energy & Engineering Industry Strategy within OpenText. Based on his extensive experience in the industry and with content management solutions, Martin has worked with customers and led the effort to design, develop, and deploy industry solutions aimed at managing documents and processes with the engineering functions of energy companies.

Martin started his career as a Plant Engineer in the Automotive Industry in the UK before moving to Intergraph’s Plant Design Team in the late 1980s and has been in the IT industry since then. Martin started working with the Documentum products in 1995 while at Capgemini. Martin was a founder and EVP at McLaren Software and established their US operations. Martin joined EMC’s Content Division in 2004 and was Global Head of Sales for Professional Services before heading up the Energy and Engineering business in 2011.

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