Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology
Volume 49, Number 12, December 2010
SPE Honors Technical Paper Reviewers
SPE created "A Peer Apart" program to recognize dedicated individuals who
have been involved in the peer review of 100 or more papers. Members who commit
their time to peer review papers make substantial contributions to the
industry's literature by helping to ensure that the papers published in SPE's
technical journals are of the highest quality. Over time, these individuals
volunteer hundreds of hours to the Society, making SPE journals a valuable
resource for the industry.
This year, five individuals join the elite group of members who have reached
the milestone of 100 papers reviewed. These individuals were recognized during
the Editorial Review Committee reception at SPE's Annual Technical Conference
Mojdeh Delshad, University of Texas,
Simon W. Richards, Consultant
Marco R. Thiele, Streamsim Technologies
Omar J. Varela, ExxonMobil Upstream Research
Christoph Zerbst, SEIC
Call for Papers on CO2 Management
SPE Economics & Management
Are you involved in, or conducting research in, CO2
management? As one of the most important challenges facing the upstream
industry today, this topic will be the subject of a dedicated issue of SPE's
newest quarterly online journal slated for July of 2011. SPE Economics &
Management wants your papers about the practice, policy, and strategy of
managing CO2. Papers could address, for example, management systems
developed to achieve emissions reductions, efficiency initiatives designed to
reduce CO2 emissions, development of R&D portfolios targeted at
delivering relevant technologies, and deployment of emissions reduction
technologies, such as carbon capture and sequestration. Reduction and
management strategies are increasingly important as resource awareness, and
environmental responsibility, continue to shape the advances of the E&P
industry. Share your successes, innovations, and research as we explore the
methods of reducing our industry's carbon footprint in this special issue of
SPE Economics & Management.
Papers exploring these topics should be submitted to http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/speem.
More information about the journal can be found at http://www.spe.org/papers/pubs/EMjournal.php.
Have a more technical paper about CO2 capture or sequestration?
Consider submitting it to one of SPE's other journals. For more information