Rebecca Nye is a science-driven strategist and sustainability leader who has worked in the upstream oil and gas (O&G) international business for the past 15 years for industry giants like Weatherford International and Schlumberger. She has extensive experience in the drilling and evaluation field. In addition, Nye has an impressive track record in successfully executing innovative services by ensuring early technology adoption.
As the Chief Experience Officer for Enovate Upstream, she is responsible for the continuous improvement of the customer’s overall experience. She is an action-driven leader for business development, digital visualization and achieving the goals for Environment, Social and Governance. She is deeply involved in efforts to increase overall sustainability for the O&G industry focusing on accelerating the adoption of AI services at the wellsite, which decreases the carbon footprint and is vital to meeting the sustainability goals for the industry.
Nye was at Weatherford for almost a decade. During her time, she was on the global leadership team for the Drilling and Evaluation businesses and at the logging while drilling (LWD) and Geoscience initiatives. Nye’s achievements include developing and implementing the industry leading high pressure, high temperature LWD technologies, establishing the first integrated geoscience product line, introduction and implementation of the first fully-automated riser and intelligent managed pressure drilling system.
Nye has been a leader for women in the global oil and gas industry throughout her career. She was the first female president for Aberdeen Formation Evaluation Society (AFES), Chief Editor for the Society of Petrophysicists and Well Log Analysts (SPWLA) – Houston Chapter, Chair for the Development and Exploration (DEVEX ) oil and gas conference and served as a panelist for the Global Women in Leadership for Energy in 2015.
Well respected by her peers, Nye has spoken at many global technical conferences introducing new concepts and cutting-edge technology for LWD. Her work has been featured in prominent industry publications including the Society of Petroleum Engineers, European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers and the SPWLA.
Nye graduated with honors from the University of Edinburgh with a B.S. in geology. She attended the Mays Business School Executive Leadership Development Program at Texas A&M. She is living and working in both Houston and the United Kingdom.