Determining the Future of the North Sea
At this point in the North Sea, with oil prices down, costs up, and taxes high, anyone investing big to go after what is left needs to have a long-term view.
Good Survey Management Prevents Lost Reserves
Optimizing Existing Separation Facilities Maximizes Recovery
Well-planned upgrades to existing separation facilities can extend the life of a field by tapping its remaining production.
Clearer Protocols Needed to Determine Groundwater Contamination
Determining the cause of groundwater contamination is one of the biggest challenges facing scientists and environmentalists.
Mexico Prepares for Historic Bidding Rounds
Mexico plans to have contract models ready next month for its opening upstream bidding round covering shallow-water areas.
Algeria to Start Offshore Drilling Late Next Year
The northern African country plans to begin producing shale gas in 2022.
ATCE Sees Record Number of Paper Submissions
A record 2,169 abstracts were submitted for the program, surpassing the total for last year’s program by almost 400.
Who We Are
SPE is the largest individual member organization serving managers, engineers, scientists and other professionals worldwide in the upstream segment of the oil and gas industry.
Energy Education in the Community
Professionals in the oil and gas industry often receive questions about how industry operations can affect public health, the environment, and the communities in which they operate. SPE’s Energy4me contains a wealth of factual information about the oil and gas industry, how it affects society, and how to explain industry operations and practices to the general public. It's also an ideal educational resource for teachers and students.
- SPE Board Nominations Open for Submission
- ATCE Announces R&D Competition Winners
- SPE Seeks Licensed Petroleum Engineers for Study to Set PE License Exam Standards
- SPE Honors International Award Winners at ATCE
Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition & Conference
ADIPEC's 30th anniversary edition encompasses more than 1,800 exhibiting companies and 60,000 oil and gas professionals.