What Can Steam Do for the North Sea?

Steve Brown, CEO, Pharis Energy

At North Sea Revival: Investment, Development and Production Outlook
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Speaker’s Biography

Steve Brown is a petroleum engineer with over thirty years of experience. He has a commercial, project development and operational background and has a BA in Chemical Engineering from Peterhouse, Cambridge. He started his career with BP and in 1993 he led the Harding pre-project team for BP and was the first Andrew operations manager during the project execution phase.

Since leaving BP he has founded the upstream consultancy Challenge Energy (now part of SLR), and the African focussed oil companies, Exile Resources, and Setanta Energy. He also worked with Halliburton and Petrofac. In 2014 he founded Pharis Energy Ltd where he is now CEO.

Need to know

Pharis Energy was established in early 2014, as The Steam Oil Production Company Ltd, by petroleum engineers, with the intention of initiating the first major offshore steam flood project in the world.