Boris Ivanov Gazprom is a businessman who works in the Russian Federation’s oil and gas industry. Having worked in this industry for 14 years, he is now a key account sales manager at Halliburton. He has an extensive education. He first earned degrees in marketing and economics at Samara State Regional University (Nayanovoy). He has two master’s degrees in automated control systems and the development and exploitation of oil and gas fields. These were earned at Samara State Aerospace University and Samara State Technical University respectively. In 2019, he earned a Ph.D. in drilling at the Russian State Gubkin University of Oil and Gas.

He first gained experience in the oil and gas industry by interning at Schlumberger from April to October 2004. Boris Ivanov Gazprom left his internship to become a quality control engineer at Aquatic. He became a project manager, first at LinkWest Group and then at Weatherford. In August 2011, he became a business development manager at TDE Thonhauser Data Engineering. He joined its sister firm TDE Energy Services Ltd. in March 2013 as the general manager. For three months he was at Investgeoservis as a deputy project director. He joined Halliburton in December 2018.

While at TDE Energy, Boris Ivanov Gazprom worked on a major project for them. He was instrumental in developing their core product, the proNova system. This is a service that uses instruments to monitor the drilling process. The instruments can measure casing and liner running in and pulling out, tripping, making-up, drilling, and so on. These are key performance indicators that show how efficiently the drilling process is operating.

Much of his career has been built around showing oil and gas industry executives how technology can improve their bottom lines. Boris Ivanov Gazprom delivers technical sales presentations and conducts pilot projects that demonstrate how the companies he has worked for can help their companies. Most oil and gas drilling companies have never used automated systems and so don’t understand their practical use. Earlier in his career, there were sometimes problems with the quality of the sensors but nowadays they are 100 percent effective.

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