Some Canadian professionals have been contacted by a group claiming to represent SPE as part of an “environmental survey.” SPE has not authorized this survey and is not involved with these calls or this survey.
Trevor Forward, SPE Star Scholarship Winner
Trevor Forward of Conception Bay South, Newfoundland Labrador is one of this year's recipients of the SPE Star Scholarship. Trevor is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering at Memorial University of Newfoundland where he hopes to graduate in 2017. He is an active and adventurous individual who is always open to opportunities to lead, innovate and problem solve. He enjoys exploring and traveling, frequently finding the time to get away for fishing, and hunting.
Trevor spent time in British Columbia focusing on his hockey career before deciding to return home and focus on his other passion, engineering. At a young age he decided he wanted to be an engineer and always found inspiration in trying to use technology to make the world a better place. He sees new and innovative technology as the gateway to help humanity tackle their toughest challenges, like global warming, which he believes must be addressed sooner rather than later.
Trevor currently holds Vice President of Events of the Memorial University Engineering Society where he collaborates with other students to try to make the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Sciences an inviting and enjoyable place to study. He is in charge of organizing the annual Charity Ball hosted by the Engineering Society that will donate procceds raised to a local charity. Trevor feels that engineers have a civic duty to get involved with the community and try to help those that need it.
Trevor is very grateful and honored to be a recipient of the SPE Star Scholarship. This award will help with his future aspirations to help innovate to overcoming new and ongoing global challenges.
Participate in SPE Canada’s Energy Outreach program – Energy4Me
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.
Expand your technical knowledge of Canadian E&P. The Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) isn't just another professional orgnaization. It's a vast array of resources including several designed specifically for Canada. Work in upstream oil and gas? SPE is for you.
Register to attend the SPE/CSUR Unconventional Resources Conference
CSUR and SPE are excited to collaborate and co-produce the 2014 Unconventional Resources Conference—Canada that will bring together the best of both organizations. This joint conference and exhibition, held 30 September–2 October 2014 at the BMO Centre in Calgary, AB, Canada, will focus on evolving industry innovations and technologies that have the potential to improve the economics of North Americas’ rapidly developing unconventional tight oil and gas plays. The conference offers an exceptional technical session. Find out more »
Look forward to our next issue of SPE’s Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology, which features and special issue on the Saleski Grosmont Pilot Project.
Want to become part of the legacy? Consider submitting your paper for peer review. Learn more about how publishing a technical paper in one of SPE’s peer-reviewed journals adds to your professional reputation and is a recognition that your paper has made a signiﬁcant contribution to our industry’s future. Visit www.spe.org/authors for more details.
Technical and networking luncheons
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.