Kamil Kasprzak

Kamil Kasprzak

QRA (Quantitive Risk Assessment) methods in drilling projects risk management
The author indicates some of the quantitative risk assessment methods which are currently used in the broadly understood risk management process. The methodological processes of assessing the techniques in question and the benefits of identifying and evaluating the level of risk will be presented. In addition, all aspects discussed will be matching to the specific nature of the drilling industry, particularly in the implementation of directional drilling projects. Nevertheless, the presented mechanisms will also apply in the implementation of related projects.

Kamil Kasprzak, ROE 
Graduate of the Department of Drilling, Oil and Gas AGH in Cracow and the Faculty of Economics, University of Agriculture in Cracow. He has gained experience on numerous internships, as: National Mineral Resources University - Gornyj Institute St. Petersburg, PGNiG Jas艂o, GreenGas DPB Paskov, Energy Research Center Vysoka Skola Banska in Ostrava. Co-author of the development of hydraulic fracturing technology to eliminate the gas hazard for KGHM Polska Mied藕 S.A in the scope of configuration and selection of equipment and drilling tools. He started drilling practice in 2012 as Specialist in Injection, Rotary and Percussion Drilling. He has continuously gained his experience in several leading drilling companies, including as a R&D Drilling Technology Manager. He has been working for Robert Osikowicz Engineering (ROE) since 2016. Few of his interest includes: statistical modeling of drilling phenomena, quantitative methods of risk assessment, influence of geological conditions on drilling projects, mechanics of impact of drilling tools on rock, working environment of drilling string, occurrence of overburden hydraulic fracturing.