Pad Sites Offer Opportunities for Measurement Tools
Multiwell pad sites — clusters that reduce the space, time, and cost associated with completing multiple wells — are increasingly the focus of development.
“The Way Ahead” Celebrates 10 Years
"The Way Ahead" Editor-in-Chief David Vaucher reflects on the industry's changes in the last decade.
Finding Ways to Fight Asphaltene Deposits
Rice University researchers are looking at tools that could have positive effects on production planning and designs in crude oil systems.
Oil and Gas Sector Needs to Intensify Drilling
The oil and gas industry will need to drill roughly 670,000 wells through 2020 to meet forecast global demand.
Aera Energy Seeks a Cleaner Burn
A major heavy oil producer in California has agreed to test a device that is designed to reduce emissions of smog-producing gases and increase the efficiency of gas burners.
Project Safety is Critical in Construction and Commissioning
For oil and gas companies, working toward improving on-site safety requires a clearly defined scope of work in every stage of the development process.
University R&D Around the World
As the task of finding and producing hydrocarbons becomes more difficult, complex, and costly, the number of universities focusing on finding solutions has risen.
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.
- Ken Arnold Elected to National Academy of Construction
- SPE Makes Contribution to Fight Ebola
- ATCE Set for R&D Competition
- SPE Relaunches Forums Site
2014 SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition
Taking place in Amsterdam, this is ATCE's second appearance in Europe. The conference is scheduled to cover more than 45 topical areas and more than 400 technical papers.