Explore the origins of the most influential types of ICDs in use today and examine the contrast of strengths, weaknesses, published performance characteristics, and ideal reservoir applications in the upcoming webinar, “Understanding Inflow and Injection Control Devices – Using Completion Tools to Manipulate Reservoir Performance,” presented by Sudiptya Banerjee on 24 May.
Register for Anthony Patterson’s webinar on 15 March at 0830 to listen to live presentation of “Realistic Lifeboat Training Using Simulation.”
Giovanni Paccaloni’s upcoming live webinar “Intrinsic Motivation: A Business Imperative” will be held on 9 March at 0830 Central Time.
Join Toby Deen and James Tucker on 23 February at 0830 Central Time for a live webinar on “A Practical Workflow for Optimizing Drawdown in Unconventional Reservoirs: A Case Study from the Eagle Ford Shale.”
Humans are never fully taken out of the operational loop; rather their roles and tasks are redefined, sometimes requiring different personnel altogether.
Listen to a web event on “Human Factors in Automation” presented by Amanda DiFiore on 22 September, in which she will review automation in other safety-critical industries, as well as the relevant human systems integration practices that will steer the industry to awareness of the human elements that must be addressed to successfully realize drilling systems automation.
Tune into the upcoming Web Event “Getting to Zero Series: The Road to Stavanger – Europe,” presented by Jack Hinton and John Karish on 26 August, to hear how Baker Hughes established their Perfect HSE Day.
The online event will detail the remarkable results it provided, such as quadrupling their number of incident-free days in only two years and achieving the equivalent of a perfect quarter in 2014.
The SPE Gulf Coast Section is hosting this interactive session to initiate the industry’s conversation as to how we can eliminate HSE incident occurrence. This is the third in a series of events that will culminate in a workshop that will be held in conjunction with the 2016 SPE International HSE Conference in Stavanger.
In an effort to assist authors in their paper presentations at conferences, SPE is offering the Web Event “How to Present Your Paper” with member and host Byron Haynes, Jr., P.E. Byron will take the author from preparation to delivery within the presentation process and will field questions from participants following the Web Event.
FACT: Most oil and gas projects fail. Why does this happen? “Because complexity has caught up with us and our projects are simply too complex to manage,” said Projects, Facilities and Construction Technical Director Howard Duhon in his recent SPE Web Event, “Managing Project Complexity.”
Are you willing to share your knowledge with an audience of SPE members? If you are, we invite you to join Speaker Source, an online directly of E&P professionals who share expertise and experience with SPE Sections and Student Chapters.