We are pleased to announce and welcome to SPE the following new student chapters: Iraq Baghdad University Polytechnic University of Tirana Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) China University of Petroleum Huadong (CUPH) View a list of all SPE Student Chapters »
Congratulations goes to Orhun Aydin and Mojtaba Shahri—2013 SPE Nico van Wingen Memorial Graduate Fellowship recipients. Candidates for the fellowship are current PhD students and active SPE Student Chapter members pursuing a career in academia. Students are nominated by the student chapter faculty advisor or department chair, and selected based on activities and contributions made in his or her research. Read more about Orhun Aydin and Mojtaba Shahri to learn about their accomplishments.
Although the University of Cairo student chapter faced obstacles, they accomplished many of their goals during this academic year.
Congratulations to the Kazakh National Technical University for being named December Student Chapter of the Month. Located in Almaty, Kazakhstan this student chapter has had a very busy year.
The “Well Integrity Management: A Deepwater Approach” workshop was held 7–8 November 2012 in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil. “This workshop provided an excellent opportunity for specialists and decision makers to know and talk about the new technologies, best practices, and challenges in the management of well integrity…especially those located in deep waters,” said Otto Luiz Alcantara [...]
Energy4me hosted its first workshop in Canada at the Canadian Unconventional Resources Conference on 1 November 2012. Thirty-six Calgary-area educators put their energy IQ’s to the test in the day-long workshop as they heard from industry professionals, walked through an exhibit tour, and participated in hands-on experiments.
Our 7th Student Technical Conference was held again in the historic setting of the German Oil Museum in Wietze on 18th and 19th October, 2012.
Attending were a diverse group of 55 students from bachelor to PhD level. Most of the students study petroleum engineering, but geosciences, mechanical engineering, and computer sciences were also represented. As in previous years, many nationalities were present with students from Norway, Denmark, Austria, Turkey, and Romania as well as from the German Universities of Freiberg, Clausthal, Braunschweig, and Göttingen.