9 - 10 Dec 2018 - Kuwait City, Kuwait
What’s the Best Way To Reuse Produced Water?
Reusing produced water is becoming increasingly economic, available, and necessary. These four steps will guide operators to evaluate the viability of their options.
GE Speeds Up Plan To Sell Stake in Baker Hughes
The deal would raise nearly $4 billion for GE, which plans to reduce its stake in the oilfield services company from 62.5% to at least 50.1% after the transactions. It had previously announced in June its intention to sell its stake over a 2- to 3-year period.
IEA Warns of Global Oil Supply Deficit, Leaning Too Heavily on US Output
US crude oil production is expanding at an unprecedented rate, but much faster growth will be needed in the next few years to meet the world’s demand if global investment in conventional supply doesn’t pick up, an IEA report indicates.
ADNOC Announces Integrated Gas Strategy, Oil Production Boost
The Abu Dhabi government approved a $132.3-billion capital expenditure increase that will fund, among other things, a plan that could enable the country to sustain LNG production through 2040.
Keystone XL Pipeline Temporarily Blocked
A decision by the US District Court in Montana deals a blow to the TransCanada project, which is designed to transport heavy crude from Alberta to Nebraska.
Analytics Moves to Midstream: AI Opportunities Away From the Wellhead
The AI revolution in the market for consumer goods by companies like Amazon and Alibaba led to significant changes in the market dynamics. Similar impacts can be expected in the midstream industry as the AI revolution unfolds there.
Big Data, Big Decisions: Capturing the Power of Data in Operations and Business
Discussions of big data and its management are increasing across our industry and disciplines. This selection of technical papers takes a look at data mining, the ethical issues associated with it, and the status of data-driven methods.
19 November 2018
07 November 2018
11 October 2018
Members in Transition Toolkit
Through every industry cycle, SPE is steady and supportive. We created a toolkit to help you make the most of your career.
Energy4me is not a boring lecture, and combining the hands-on activities with a discussion about life in the industry helps students put a face to the industry and understand what is required to be successful.
Who We Are
SPE is the largest individual member organization serving managers, engineers, scientists and other professionals worldwide in the upstream segment of the oil and gas industry.
Considerations and Standards
Wall thickness, velocity considerations, pressure ratings, support spacing and more.
PetroWiki is a free resource from SPE to answer many basic petroleum engineering and operational questions. SPE professional members can contribute their expertise by updating or adding to PetroWiki content.