SPE Student Member Chosen As a Finalist for Mind Odyssey Competition at Petrotech Conference

Leon Prebeau-Menezes, graduate student at the Schulich School of Engineering, University of Calgary and a student member of SPE is representing Team Canada as one of the top 3  finalists for Mind Odyssey, a world competition hosted by the 3rd World Petroleum Congress – Petrotech Conference, New Delhi.
Alberta’s Premier Ed Stelmach is expected to attend the World Petroleum Congress-Petrotech Conference at the 9th International Petrotech 2010 Oil and Gas Conference in New Delhi, Southeast Asia’s largest petroleum show.
The winners Prebeau-Menezes Team Canada and S. Bratt Slett of Norway are scheduled to jointly present their topic on Geothermal Energy for Increasing Oil Recovery to help the oil & gas industry move toward sustainable energy. The competition will be to a world audience in New Delhi November 2, 2010, at the Mind Odyssey Final Challenge. Mr. D.K. Pande,  Director (Exploration) of ONGC India who is also the Vice President of the World Petroleum Council, will be welcoming the local and global delegates.
Mind Odyssey world competition is a challenge where innovative ideas are sought to contribute toward the advancement of energy industry, offer value addition, deliver new benefits and provide solutions for the many challenges faced by the industry: effective management of resources, breakthrough advances in technology, technological developments for new sources of conventional, alternate and green energy sources, and providing solutions to future energy crises.
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