Small-sized Unmanned Aerial Systems (sUAS) platforms will be ideal for aerial robotics in facility inspection and monitoring of deep water production platforms, offshore and onshore facilities, rapid response and assessment tool to monitor an oil spill, monitoring endangered species along oil and gas operation corridors, and security of our critical infrastructure from threats. Robotics technologies present an opportunity to develop reliable and deployable solutions to support business processes while removing personnel from the operating theatre or accessing areas that would otherwise be difficult or impossible.
Please join us on 27 September at 1230 Central Time to hear more.
2013 SPE President Egbert Imomoh’s upcoming webinar, “Innovation: Soft Skills Requirements – You and Your Team,” will be held on 24 August at 0830 Central Time. This webinar will present several components of the drivers for innovation. The role of the individual and skills needed to bring into team work will be discussed, as well what soft skills are necessary to be a successful member of a team.
Petroleum engineers are challenged to address complex problems with numerous constraints in volatile markets. Since diverse groups of people produce better outcomes than similarly skilled but non-diverse groups, fully leveraging the value of diversity to fuel innovation is critical.
Attend a webinar presenting SPE’s 2016 Technical Report, “Guidance for Decision Quality for Multi-Company Upstream Projects.” This webinar will be presented by Pat Burdett, lead author and will feature 2017 SPE President Janeen Judah as a guest speaker.
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Shifting our own perspectives about other cultures is a result of an internal reflection and approach to work and life that proves to be pivotal in order to enable progressive career paths and business expansions in the oil industry worldwide.
Please join us on 14 June from 0830-1000 Central Time to hear more on this topic.
Many in the oil and gas industry have been affected by the downturn and have found a new job or will find employment in the future. Not only will this presentation satisfy an ethics PDH, it will also be a great opportunity to learn of the many legal obligations employees need to be aware of during transition.
Please join us on 17 May at 1200 Central Time to hear more on this topic.
Applications are open for SPE Faculty Enhancement Travel Grants. If you are a university faculty member looking for financial support to attend SPE conferences, workshops, and forums apply online today.
Judith Curry, PhD’s upcoming live webinar “Climate Change Science: Fact, Fiction, and the Unsettled” will be held on 12 May at 1030 Central Time.
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Join Ruth Perry and Stephen Truchon on 10 May at 1200 Central Standard Time as they present a live webinar on research and development programs that drive technology advancement in order to meet the many challenges associated with exploring and operating in the offshore environment.
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