Five representatives from the China University of Petroleum student chapter attended the monthly meeting for SPE-NCI in Beijing. The students were able to network with senior managers and technicians from oil and gas companies such as Schlumberger, Halliburton, Baker Hughes, Shell, ConocoPhillips, Anadarko, MIE, Roc Oil and Core Lab.
The guest speaker was Yan Pan from Chevron. Yan graduated from Stanford University with an MS and PhD in Petroleum Engineering. After graduation she joined Chevron, engaging in well logging, reservoir simulation and the training program for engineers. Ms. Pan’s topic of discussion was “Why is Well Testing Is More Valuable to You Today”. She discussed the current advanced technologies related to reservoir simulation, the new techniques for in-situ measurements of dynamic well, and reservoir data that is of practical use with many kinds of explanation methods of data.
Along with expanding their knowledge of the petroleum engineering industry, the CUPB student chapter also made time to give back. On January 13, the CUPB student chapter visited the AiDi Rest House. They provided fitness equipment and fruit to elderly residents. They exchanged greetings and cleaned the yard of the house to provide a clean and comfortable environment for the elderly.
Keep up the good work China University of Petroleum student chapter!