Projects, Facilities, and Construction Expanded Programming at ATCE 2013

Join your colleagues 30 September–2 October in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA for SPE’s Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition (ATCE). You won’t want to miss the following projects, facilities, and construction expanded programming.

Special Event—”Determining the Basis of Design for PF&C Projects – Why Facilities Engineers Need to Think”
Monday, 30 September 1900–2200

Special Session—Knowledge Sharing on Separator Design
Tuesday, 1 October 1400–1700

Paper Session—Projects
Wednesday, 2 October 0800–1155

Paper Session—Operations
Wednesday, 2 October 1400–1700


Attend this SPE Web Event on Dual Gradient Drilling by John H. Cohen

Get an understanding of pore and fracture pressures and dual gradient drilling in this 90-minute webinar. Find out how the dual gradient effect is used to overcome challenges in deepwater drilling. Past and current work will be presented to provide more understanding of each method.


New SPE Web Event: Dual Gradient Drilling—101

Join John Cohen on Tuesday, 27 August at 9:30 AM EDT for a 90-minute presentation on the subject of Dual Gradient Drilling.


Join Dr. Tor Palmgren on 19 September for SPE Web Event: Treatment Options for Reuse of Frac Flowback and Produced Water from Shales

This discussion will address differences in flow back and produced water quality and compare with requirements for hydraulic fracturing formulations.


Join Steven Holditch, George King, and George Moridis for SPE Web Event: New and Emerging Technologies for Shale, 20 August

The increasing demand for production of oil and gas from shale has led for the need to develop new technologies to enhance production and to protect the environment. Three industry-leading experts will present the need for and application of new and emerging technologies for the economic and environmentally-compatible development of shale.

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