Mark Graham has worked in the oil and gas industry since 1978. He spent 3 years as a wireline logging engineer with Schlumberger in the Middle East followed by eleven years with Shell International working in a variety of operations and petroleum engineering positions in the Far East and North Sea, latterly holding the position of programme director for petrophysical training in the Shell Group.
He co-founded TRACS International in 1992 and was responsible for development of the business as well as acting variously as a petroleum engineer, economist and project manager in numerous technical contracts. TRACS had grown into a consultancy with 75 professional subsurface staff spread between offices in Aberdeen, London and Moscow when it was acquired by AGR in 2008. Following the acquisition he held the position of General Manager for AGR Reservoir Management (London) and in 2011 he transferred with AGR to Perth where he was Director of Reservoir Management (Asia Pacific). Mark is now an associate tutor for AGR TRACS Training based in Guildford.
: Master Class
over 35 years, Petroleum Engineering and Economics
Schlumberger, Shell, TRACS and AGR
Author, ‘Hydrocarbon Exploration and Production’, Member of Energy Institute