Position: CCUS Digital Manager, SLB
Miriam Archer leads the engineering delivery of the Carbon Capture and Storage projects within Schlumberger’s Digital and Integration division. The focus of these projects is to enable our clients to build digital twins to optimise the design and operational efficiency of their Carbon Capture and Storage projects with regards to the key parameters of cost, time and net carbon emissions.
Miriam has spent 19 years in Schlumberger moving from working offshore as a drilling engineer to researching multiphase flow and then has spent the last 9 years developing subsurface reservoir characterisation software in the domain of reservoir engineering, fluid characterisation and reservoir geomechanics. She is now applying these skills to the Energy Transition, in particular, Carbon Capture and Storage.