Editor Thomas Bruni assesses whether the oil industry is risky after all.
A conversation with Paolo Scaroni, Chief Executive Officer of Eni.
David Tournadre, Vice President of Personnel at Schlumberger, discusses how hard work and
professionalism pay dividends.
Young professionals examine questions surrounding two risk-related topics—risk perception and
the value of risk analysis.
Eni engineer Andrea Rimoldi ponders whether a transfer to Angola is worth it. Tricia Stephens
encourages risk taking and thinking outside the box.
Consultant Jim Murtha discusses how Monte Carlo simulation is used to evaluate oil and gas projects.
Cheryl Collarini and Claude Thorp, both of Collarini Energy Staffing, examine how employees should look at the pros and cons of changing jobs.
Bill Robb, Managing Director of Profit Improvers Ltd., offers six steps for assessing business,
career, and relationship risks.
Events and activities of young professionals programs around the globe.
A roundup of SPE young professionals events worldwide.
YEPP Coordinating Committee Chairperson Léon Beugelsdijk sums up risks facing the oil and gas industry.
A petroleum engineering student at the Indian School of Mines in Dhanbad, India, shares his views on capitalizing on risky decisions. Developments in the Ambassador Lecturer Pilot Program are also presented.
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