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.
Join Ian McEwan on 9 March for a live webinar on Shared Autonomy for Interactive Robotics: Closing the Loop.
Find out more about this webinar and register.
Giovanni Paccaloni’s upcoming live webinar “Intrinsic Motivation: A Business Imperative” will be held on 9 March at 0830 Central Time.
Have you seen an exciting lecture on a topic relevant to the E&P industry? Help us identify the best lecturers for the 2017–2018 season by nominating a colleague today. Submit your nomination by 15 March.
Now until 15 February, the Society of Petroleum Engineers is accepting nominations for outstanding work in the E&P industry. Take this opportunity to help your dedicated colleagues get the recognition they deserve. Visit the Awards page for more information.
Renew before it ends on 31 December 2015.
Don’t miss the opportunity to hear Philip Wassouf present a live web event on Managing Sand Production in Unconsolidated Reservoirs at 0900 on 15 December.
Join Kevin wise on 8 December at 0830 for a live web event on Leveraging Aerospace Technologies To Improve Drilling Operations.
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