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Society of Petroleum Engineers and European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers (EAGE) Sign Agreement for Intersociety Cooperation

Contacts:
Margaret Watson, Society of Petroleum Engineers
+1-972-952-9304,
mwatson@spe.org

Amanda Zwemmer, European Association of Geoscientists & Engineers
+31 88 9955055, azw@eage.org

RICHARDSON, Texas (9  December 2009) — The Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) and European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers (EAGE) have formalized an agreement to work collaboratively for the benefit of their members on  joint events, young member programs and other services. Read more »

SPE and GKZ Agree to Map Russian Reserves and Resources Classification to SPE’s Petroleum Resources Management System

Contact:
Society of Petroleum Engineers 
Margaret Watson
+1.972.952.9304 or mwatson@spe.org

FGU “GKZ”
Grigory Malukhin, Head of methodology department
+7 499 238 8786 or gmalukhin@gkz-rf.ru

RICHARDSON, Texas (24 November 2009) –  The Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) and the FGU State Commission on Mineral Reserves of Russia (GKZ)  have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding to cooperate on programs to enhance the global understanding of petroleum reserves and resources.  Read more »

CSUG and SPE to Present New Canadian Conference on Unconventional Resources

Contact:

Dana Otillio
+1.972.952.9471
dotillio@spe.org

RICHARDSON, Texas, USA (4 November 2009)—The Canadian Society for Unconventional Gas (CSUG) and the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) will present a new, joint meeting, the Canadian Unconventional Resources and International Petroleum Conference, scheduled for 19–21 October 2010 at the BMO Center at Stampede Park in Calgary, AB, Canada.

The new conference combines and broadens topics that were previously covered by CSUG’s Annual Unconventional Gas Conference and the Petroleum Society of Canada’s Canadian International Petroleum Conference (CIPC) to create a premier international event presenting the latest knowledge on finding, developing, and producing unconventional gas and heavy oil in Canada and around the globe. Read more »

2010 President Stresses Involvement, Volunteerism

Behrooz Fattahi, incoming SPE President, says the worthwhile goals of SPE cannot be achieved without “dedicated, passionate volunteers.” Read his plan for opening the avenues to volunteerism in the September issue of the newly designed online print version of the Journal of Petroleum Technology.

2009 ATCE Attracts 8,000 Professionals to New Orleans

Contact:

Dana Otillio
+1.972.952.9471
dotillio@spe.org

RICHARDSON, Texas, USA (8 October 2009)—The Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) 2009 Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition (ATCE) was held this week in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, and brought together approximately 8,000 oil and gas E&P professionals from around the world.

ATCE 2009 featured technical sessions with approximately 375 papers on innovative technologies, case studies and best practices. More than 390 exhibiting companies, utilizing 88,800 sq ft of exhibit space, featured the latest products and services in the E&P industry. Read more »

SPE Recognizes Certified, Licensed, Chartered Members

SPE has long promoted professionalism by recognizing engineers who are certified, licensed, or chartered. New to SPE.org is a listing of SPE members who have completed the requirements and exam for the SPE Petroleum Engineering Certification Program. Also listed for the first time are SPE members* who have informed SPE that they have obtained certification, licensure, or chartering through another entity. *These credentials were submitted by the individual member, and SPE has not confirmed the accuracy of the submission.

Research and Development Technical Section Plans ATCE Meeting

You are invited to attend a meeting and dinner hosted by the SPE Research & Development Technical Section and sponsored by Saudi Aramco at the SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition. The meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, 7 October, from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m., in the Melrose Room of the Hilton in New Orleans, Lousiana. 

There is no charge for attending this dinner meeting. However, due to limited seating, this important function is RSVP only. Please reply to Pam Brickett at pbrickett@spe.org  if you plan to attend.
 
Meeting Highlights

  • Overview of section activities
  • Officer and director elections
  • Guest Speaker — Mohammed Y. Al-Qahtani, Executive Director, Petroleum Engineering & Development, Saudi Aramco 

I hope you will attend the meeting to find out more about the section and to be part of developing the vision for this group.
 
David Curry
Chairman, R&D Technical Section

Drilling Systems Automation Tech Section Sets ATCE Meeting

The Drilling Systems Automation (DSA) Technical Section invites you to join us in a half-day workshop that will be held in conjunction with the SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition in New Orleans, Louisiana.   This important event is scheduled for Sunday, 4 October from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m., Level 2, Room 209-210 of the Morial Convention Center. Read more »

Wellbore Positioning Tech Section to Meet at ATCE

The SPE Wellbore Positioning Technical Section will hold its 30th meeting on Thursday 8 October 2009 in New Orleans. Anyone interested in attending should contact Simon McCulloch at Simon.McCulloch@maerskoil.com for online registration procedures.

 

The cost for those who register in advance is USD 150 including lunch. Anyone who turns up on the day without having pre-registered will have to pay USD 200.

 

Preliminary Agenda

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van Wingen Graduate Fellowship Applications Due 1 November

The Nico van Wingen Memorial Graduate Fellowship in Petroleum Engineering will accept applications until 1 November 2009 for up to two fellowships of USD 5,000 annually for PhD candidates who plan to pursue a career in academia. Read more…

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