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Distinguished Lecturer: Offshore CO2 EOR and CCS Program

Offshore use of CO2 for enhanced oil recovery (EOR) is in its infancy, but, with the adoption of carbon capture and storage (CCS) to decarbonize fossil-fueled power generation, there is a time-critical opportunity to add value to the CCS chain by adopting and maturing offshore CO2 EOR. The talk will include policy background, plans by utility companies, sources and sinks for CO2, the EOR opportunity, infrastructure requirements, logistics, and engineering challenges.

Join David Hughes as he discusses the topic.

January 13, 2015              New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
January 14, 2015              Jackson, Mississippi, USA
January 15, 2015              Wichita, Kansas, USA
January 19, 2015              Bridgeport, W. Virginia, USA

Web Events

Web Event: Safety Culture

Attend a web event on “Safety Culture Before and After Bhopal” presented by Howard Duhon on 11 March. This webinar will tackle some challenging questions such as – ‘How is safety culture different today?’, ‘What impact did Bhopal have?’, and ‘Did it have more impact on design or on operations?’

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Web Event: Cyber Espionage

Join the 28 January web event on “Target, Havex, Shamoon, Night Dragon: How Cyber Espionage Impacts the Oil and Gas Industry and How You Can Make a Difference” presented by Betsy Woudenberg. This web event will review recent cyber campaigns and how and why cyber adversaries have their sights set not only on IT systems, but also engineering systems, control systems and industrial devices of some of the largest companies in the world, including manufacturing and energy.

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New Web Event Featuring Research Fellowship Award Winners

Attend a webinar presenting the findings of six Research Fellowship Award winners. This webinar will be divided into two parts.  Part 1 will be held on 8 October at 0830 CDT and will cover “Fracturing Fluids, Improved Hydrocarbon Estimation and Role of Microfractures on Hydraulic Fracturing.”  The presenters are Reza Barati, Zoya Heidari, and A. Dahi-Teleghanii. Part 2 will occur on 15 October at 0830 CDT and will examine “Advances on Sparse Representation of Reservoir Properties, Fluid Characterization Methods for Steam-Solvent Co-Injection, and Full-Resolution Simulations of Multi-Scale Processes.”  The presenters are Behnam Jafarpour, Ryosuke Okuno, and Rami M. Younis.

Awards

SPE Announces International Award Winners for 2014

The SPE Board of Directors approved the 2014 International Award recipients at their recent meeting in Cartagena, Colombia. Seventeen international award committees recommended these winners to the board because of their outstanding and significant technical, professional, and service contributions to SPE and the petroleum industry. SPE President Jeff Spath will present the awards to the winners in October at the SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition (ATCE) in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

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SPE Workshop—Petroleum Data-Driven Analytics: Decision Making and Value Delivery

The PD2A Technical Section is presenting a workshop on Petroleum Data-Driven Analytics: Decision Making and Value Delivery, on 19–20 November 2014, at Moody Gardens in Galveston, Texas, USA. A training course will precede the workshop. Offered by Shahab Mohaghegh on 18 November, the course is titled Advanced Data Driven Analytics for Reservoir and Production Management of Shale Assets. Get additional information and register for these events.

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Business and Human Rights—What is Your Company’s Responsibility?

Join the 9 July web event to hear from three experts and further understand elements of business respect for human rights. Ursula Wynhoven will review the international framework for business and human rights with an emphasis on expectations of and opportunities for companies in the extractive sector. Yadaira Orsini will share her experience with conflict sensitive business practice with some highlights on case studies. Nili Safavi will provide insights on implementing business and human rights internally.  The webinar is moderated by Roper Cleland. Learn more »

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Transferring Analytics into Oil & Gas

In this webinar, Nicholas Clarke will present some powerful stories of how techniques and experience from one sector have crossed industry boundaries. Clarke will show how a guiding principle of “Decisions First and Data Last” for analytics planning maximizes the successful realization of practical of analytics solutions, targeted precisely at real business need. Learn more »