Mr. Gerry Goobie
What is the future for Ethane, Propane & Butane Supply/Demand balances? How does US Competition square up vs Eastern Canada vs Western Canada and how will Petrochemical projects factor in? Can Canada better position itself to become a competitive player by capitalizing on excess propane and methane? Both Canada and the US conclude that exports are required to keep their NGL markets balanced - what strategies can Canadian companies employ?
Mr. Gerry Goobie is a Principal in the Calgary office of Goobie Tulk Inc. (GTI) providing consulting services to clients in the natural gas, crude oil, natural gas liquids and natural gas processing businesses throughout North America.
Gerry has worked in the petroleum industry for 37 years specializing in the natural gas, NGL and crude oil businesses. Gerryâ€™s experience includes commercial operations, project management, strategic planning, acquisitions and divestments and regulatory matters as well as process design and reservoir engineering.
Gerry holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from Memorial University of Newfoundland as well as a Master of Science in Chemical Engineering from the University of New Brunswick and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Calgary. Gerry is a Registered Professional Engineer in the Province of Alberta.
Prior to forming GTI with Dave Tulk, Gerry was a Principal at Gas Processing Management Inc. (GPMi) and prior to GPMi, Gerry was a Managing Consultant in the Calgary office of Purvin & Gertz Inc. Both GPMi and Purvin & Gertz were internationally renowned, independent oil and gas consultancies. Prior to joining Purvin & Gertz, Gerry worked in various commercial and operational roles for ATCO Midstream Ltd., TransCanada Pipelines Ltd., Murphy Oil, Alberta Natural Gas Ltd, Esso Resources Canada and Texaco Canada Resources. Gerry is a frequent speaker at crude oil, natural gas, midstream and petrochemical conferences.
The Outlook for NGLs and Petrochemical Projects and What Happened to the Alberta Advantage?