Seismic Data Looks for New Angles
New seismic data gathering techniques promise better images by gathering more data quicker, seeing past obstructions, and seeking out scarce frequencies.
Smart Money: How Engineers Are Transforming Traditional M&A
The inevitable wave of mergers and acquisitions that pundits have been predicting will undoubtedly manifest itself at some point.
Transforming to SPE 2.0: The Year in Review
Take a look at how SPE has grown in the past year.
Why the Industry’s Success Depends on Engaging Young Talent
What lessons can be learned from the past? And can the oil and gas industry use them to handle the crisis better this time?
Promising Offshore Discovery Highlights SPE North Africa Technical Conference
Despite challenges, the region offers exciting opportunities such as the recent supergiant gas discovery at Eni's Zohr Prospect.
Unconventional Opportunities in the US
Guest editorial: It's possible to safeguard the benefits of unconventional oil production while improving environmental performance.
Soft Skills in a Challenging Environment
Stress management, resilience, self-awareness, and engagement are important competencies for surviving tough times in the oil and gas industry.
SPE’s Enhanced eMentoring Program is Now Live
We've worked to improve the matching process and the way you view your information, while staying focused on quality mentoring relationships.
Indonesia Approves Development of 18 Fields, To Rejoin OPEC
Indonesia plans to invest USD 3.65 billion to develop upstream projects as part of its effort to offset declining production.
Offshore Industry Needs to Cut Costs, but Solutions Offered Raise Trust Issues
A bright note from a report by Oil and Gas UK was muted by the fact that fast-rising production costs are devouring profits.