They were welcomed by the staff and management of NPDC. The Chapter was then taken on a tour of the site, and learned the specifics and in-depth details on how the flow station is run and managed. Continue reading
Obiz Ltd gave handbooks to the SPE Mehran Chapter. The Chapter Officers decided to give these books to the Institute of Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering as reference books, so that other students could benefit. Continue reading
All students were welcomed to the Chapter and introduced to the Student Chapter committee. Continue reading
SPE 2011 President Alain Labastie gave a presentation to members of the PDPU Student Chapter on 24 January. He discussed:
· the importance of the Petroleum Industry with respect to GHG emissions
· the challenges that young petroleum graduates face in the workforce, and how to apply university education in the field
· the different SPE fellowship programs on offer
· continuing membership with SPE after graduation
All the students found the talk highly motivating.
Alain Labastie also judged a poster competition based on “Green Earth and Global Warming” and presented certificates to the winners. Creativity, conceptual design and aesthetics were included in the judging categories.
The University of Oklahoma SPE Student Chapter has been a very busy successful chapter. They have been constantly striving to increase their membership and to keep their members active in professional, service and social events.
This chapter has been awarded the Hope Award for their accomplishments during the University of Oklahoma’s Relay for Life, raising just under $12,000 for the American Cancer Society. They participated in Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, Habitat for Humanity Shack-A-Thon, OU Big Event, American Red Cross Blood Drives and many other ongoing events.
They hold the most recent coveted title of SPE Petrobowl Champions, which they won at ATCE in Florence, Italy. The chapter hosted a booth at the College of Engineering Shell Fall Festival where they spoke to students about the Society of Petroleum Engineers. This chapter continues to hold technical meetings every 2-3 weeks and have hosted Linn Energy, Cimarex, Anadarko, Devon Energy and Chesapeake at these meetings.
The University of Oklahoma SPE Student Chapter has several plans projected to keep their members busy maintaining a successful chapter.
Congratulations, University of Oklahoma SPE Student Chapter. Continue to strive and achieve excellence.
The KSU Student Chapter held its first luncheon discussion at the Almena Hotel in Riyadh. The team discussed how it would be possible to become Chapter of the Month, and how to prepare for the Student Paper Contests. All of the committee and sub-committee members attended and each person left with a list of tasks to complete.
The Paskong Handong SPE PSU Student Chapter Outreach Program is an annual event held to bring benefits to the indigenous people of Palawan. Gifts, school supplies, canned goods and clothing were given this year to children at the Tagabinet Elementary School in Puerto Princesa City. Tagabinet is a small community at the foot of the mountains, with no electricity supply. The photos below show the cheer the PSU Student Chapter brought to these children. What an accomplishment!
The SPE NED Student Chapter Orientation Program was arranged for freshmen students of the petroleum department.
A 90-minute presentation was delivered by Mr. Sami Toor and Mr. Faisal Anwar. The presentation gave a background on SPE before focusing on the benefits of being a member of the student chapter. The Chapter Officers were introduced, and the freshmen learned of the achievements of the chapter in previous years.
The session was a success, resulting in about 45 new members signing up for SPE and joining the NED Student Chapter.
After the success of their Christmas Buffet Breakfast, University of Trinidad and Tobago Student Chapter had raised enough funds to make some hampers, which brought Christmas cheer to the Couva community. The hampers contained food, toiletries and toys for children. The hampers were greatly appreciated.
Members of the Palawan State University Chapter were invited by the Rotary Club of Puerto Pincesca to volunteer on site at the Dorm construction for the Nuns of Macarascas. Twenty members participated in this activity. Their hard work is evident in these photos.