Lamé Verre

Lamé Verre

Regional Manager Halliburton

Lamé Verre is an experienced finance & commercial professional with ~ 20 years’ experience working across the industry value chain in several geographical locations, and currently the Senior Regional Manager Treasury for Europe, Eurasia, and Sub-Saharan Africa (EESSA) regions at Halliburton.

Before joining Halliburton, Lamé founded Alaric & Associates, an independent Oil & Gas consulting firm focused on upstream and midstream sectors. She also co-Founded ScanTech International; a service company focused on Oil & Gas pipeline construction and rehabilitation solutions.

Prior to becoming an Entrepreneur, Lamé started her career with ENI E&P as a Petroleum Economist working in Italy and Nigeria, before relocating to the UK where she held a number of instrumental positions for companies such as Sterling Energy Plc, UK and E.ON E&P, where she was Head of Economics.

After over a decade of core upstream focus, Lamé moved into Oil & Gas consulting when she joined Gaffney, Cline & Associates (a subsidiary of Baker Hughes, a GE company) as a Senior Commercial Consultant in London and subsequently serving in the Houston office as Manager Petroleum Economics for the Americas.
Lamé holds an MBA from Imperial College, a Post-Grad Certification in Corporate Finance from the London Business School, a Masters in Energy, Environmental Management and Economics from the Eni corporate University, Italy and a B.Sc. in Economics and Statistics from the University of Benin, Nigeria.

Time and date Venue Topic Speakers

Friday 08/11/2019

From 10:30 To 12:00

11/08/2019 10:30 11/08/2019 12:00 AOW Student Programme Students from all participating universities and colleges are invited to take part in this session. Come prepared with a question for our panel as we debate:
 
  • The future of oil and gas: what will this look like for your generation? What do you want this to look like?
  • Prospects across the industry: The role of academia in giving you a career boost
  • The importance of technical skills vs soft skills
Student Programme

Student Programme

"AOW Student Programme"

Femi Atilade Ola Lamé Verre Nillian Mulemi Roland Ndombi
Time and date

Friday 08/11/2019

From 10:30 To 12:00

11/08/2019 10:30 11/08/2019 12:00 AOW Student Programme Students from all participating universities and colleges are invited to take part in this session. Come prepared with a question for our panel as we debate:
 
  • The future of oil and gas: what will this look like for your generation? What do you want this to look like?
  • Prospects across the industry: The role of academia in giving you a career boost
  • The importance of technical skills vs soft skills
Student Programme
Venue

Student Programme

Topic
Speakers