OTC Asia Shines a Light on Innovation
The conference reflects Asia’s position as a global provider of E&P technology, in which cultural and geographical diversity foster collaboration.
A First Look at Propped Rock
New imaging methods using electromagnetic energy or acoustic microemitters could represent a milestone in understanding what is left behind after fracturing.
IHS CERAWeek Dialogue Takes Aim at Project Costs, Schedules
Companies are working to achieve permanent, large-scale reductions in capital expenditures.
Interview: Cheryl R. Collarini, Chairman, Collarini Energy Staffing
For Cheryl Collarini, the best consultants are team players.
Nominees for 2018 SPE President and Board Positions Announced
Vietnam’s E&P Opportunity
Vietnam holds substantial opportunities because of its resource potential, expanding economy, surging internal energy demand, and more.
Is There a Magic Formula to Career Success?
Different employment terms each come with their own perks and drawbacks.
Cyber Attacks Threaten Upstream Sector
As the sophistication of the attacks increases, the industry is addressing its vulnerabilities, but experts say safeguards are still years away.
How SPE’s eMentoring Can Help Young Professionals Around the World
Online mentoring helps students and young professionals connect with experts regardless of location.
Downturn Represents Stress Test for Unconventional Hydraulic Fracture Modeling
Developers of the latest models are hoping that current weak oil and gas prices will generate newfound interest in their software technology.