President Eve Sprunt writes about stretching the technical boundaries and the future of SPE.
Editor Thomas Bruni reviews this issue’s range of opinions on the value of multiple career disciplines.
A conversation with Guilherme de Oliveira Estrella, Managing Director for E&P, Petrobras.
A discussion with Francesco Cuomo, Managerial Planning–Development Dept. Manager with Eni’s E&P Div.
Young professionals talk about their loyalty to the E&P industry, their motivation, and the importance of cross-disciplinary moves.
Carole Nakhle argues that the oil sector could attract new talent by improving its image among students and ensuring that women are equally drawn to the industry.
John MacArthur shares his thoughts on leadership.
Gerrit Nitters of Shell looks back on a rewarding career that involved multiple jobs both in the field and in the lab.
Senior reservoir engineer Luis Carlos Colmenares advocates changing disciplines early in your career.
Bill Robb of Profit Improvers takes a contrary position on the importance of meetings and other facets of daily work life.
Events and activities of new and established young E&P professionals programs around the globe, including the U.S., Oman, Canada, South Australia, and other regions.
Activities that promote the interaction between students and young professionals from various
regions around the globe including the Middle East, U.S., and Australia.
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