Join us at the SPE Progressing Cavity Pumps Conference, where you will discover a multitude of progressing cavity pump (PCP) technologies, learn all about real field applications, applicability of current and future PCP technologies, and well optimization using PCPs through proper automation and monitoring.
Check out the latest issue of SPE’s Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology, which highlights technical papers on the topics of Rock and Fluid Properties, Process Simulation and Evaluation, and Estimation and Optimization.
If you are passionate about the industry and want to influence school children to pick oil and gas as their career, we want to hear from you. The Energy4Me program connects oil and gas professionals just like you with nearby schools to give presentations about our industry. If you would like to be a presenter and help us expand this important program in Canada, please contact email@example.com and put “Energy4Me” in the title.
The SPE Unconventional Resources Conference–Canada, taking place 5–7 November at Calgary Telus Convention Centre, is now calling for papers. Deadline for submissions is 8 April 2013. Topics include Innovation and New Technologies, Reservoir Characterization and Modeling, Reservoir Engineering and Production Analysis, EOR Opportunities, Optimizing Hydraulic Fracturing, Stimulation Alternatives, Water Management, Regulatory and Environment, Drilling and Completions Strategies, Reserves, Resource and Economic Disclosure, Case Studies—Good, Bad, and Ugly.
This two-day course, taking place 17–18 June at the SPE Calgary Training Center, will emphasize critical considerations during enhanced oil recovery (EOR) screening and pilot design.
SPE sections in Canada offer offer Technical and Networking Luncheons on a monthly basis. Contact Jill Thomas, Member Services Administrator or your local section for the upcoming luncheons.