Can Tech Change the Emissions Game?
As US regulation becomes more stringent, the industry has to find ways to effectively comply with the rules in a low oil price market.
How Young Professionals Can Survive in the Acquisitions and Divestitures Landscape
Andy Rogers, vice president of business development at Encana, shares his thoughts on the industry's changing A&D atmosphere.
What You Can Do When Companies Combine
Making the most of an M&A transaction means being open to new ideas.
What Drives Mergers and Acquisitions in the E&P Industry
M&A activity tends to slow when commodity prices move dramatically. So what motivates companies to make corporate acquisitions?
Marcellus, Utica Look to the Future
Technology, efficiency, and midstream growth guide the unconventional plays, which present a long-term opportunity for low-cost natural gas development.
How SPE’s Competency Management Tool Can Boost Career Development
The current competency models cover more than 40 jobs across all SPE technical disciplines.
Fewer Petroleum Engineering Graduates Finding Jobs in Industry
Master’s and doctoral graduates in petroleum engineering fared better, but have still seen a decline in hiring since 2012.
Statistics Tie Water Injection to Earthquakes, But Root Causes Remain Murky
The rate of earthquakes per year in Kansas of magnitude 3 or more has jumped to about 50 per year, up from less than one every 2 years.
Big Data and the UK Continental Shelf
The big data approach will allow new types of data-driven models to bypass traditional bottlenecks.
With Demand Way Down, Seismic Seeks Work in Older Fields
At the Society of Exploration Geophysicists annual meeting, speakers and exhibitors examined how to better analyze older fields, including long-term monitoring.