Katherine Rojas

Schlumberger

Director of Marketing Production Systems Division

Katherine Rojas is the Marketing Director for Production Systems Division a position she assumed in June 2020. She is leading the Strategy Development for the Division in line with the corporate strategy, inclusive of digital products and solutions. In addition her responsibilities include Market Intelligence, Positioning and Promotion. Prior to her current position she was Marketing & Technology Manager for Schlumberger Valves and Process Systems Product Line, a role that involved understanding customer needs and evaluating how the company’s product portfolio, including leading technologies from the Schlumberger acquisition of Cameron, would be developed and positioned in the market to meet evolving customer needs. Rojas joined Schlumberger in 2002 as a field engineer in North Africa. Since then she has held a series of technical and commercial positions across multiple locations in North America, including Texas, Alaska and Canada, and overseas covering both high-tier and high-volume markets. Rojas holds a bachelor’s degree in geology from the University of Leeds in the UK and a master’s and PhD in petroleum geochemistry from Newcastle University. She has been an active member of the Schlumberger Foundation Faculty for the Future selection panel since 2015, a program that fellowships to women from developing and emerging economies to pursue post-graduate studies in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines at leading research institutes around the world.

Sessions With Katherine Rojas

Wednesday, 9 March

  • 09:30am - 10:10am (CST) / 09/mar/2022 03:30 pm - 09/mar/2022 04:10 pm

    Electrifying Ocean Operations: Sea floor energy systems

    Hydrogen/Clean Tech & Power
    The energy industry’s shift toward a low-carbon future is not an easy one. One key element of this shift in the offshore context is the application of subsea electrification and broader subsea systems, which can significantly reduce the carbon footprint, while offering higher efficiency and lower capital and operating costs. Despite these advantages, subsea systems have remained a long-standing ambition of the energy industry. What technologies are needed to advance subsea electrification to wide-scale adoption? How do new business models enable or even drive the uptake of seafloor energy systems? How can integration between traditional energy sources (oil and gas) and new energies (solar, wind, wave) in the offshore benefit from these new subsea asset development models?