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Let's Be Proud of Our Industry

Leigh-Ann Russell, BP, reflects on a sign that reads "I love oil and gas. Let's be proud of our industry."

For more about the contributions of our industry, check our new Energizing Our Lives page.


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Members in Transition Toolkit

SPE is here to support our members during the extraordinary circumstances of our industry today. We’ve compiled information, resources, and programs to assist our members during the current downturn. 

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Completion Fluids: Game-Changing Displacement Innovations

Tuesday, 14 July 2020 | 0900 CT

This SPE Live broadcast will feature a 1-on-1 technology interview with Joey Detiveaux, Tetra Technologies, on innovations in completion fluid displacement operations and wellbore clean-up.

Watch the broadcast.

SPE Virtual International Oilfield Scale Conference Recap

HSE and Sustainability Conference with Francesca Viliani

In this week's episode of The SPE Podcast, Paige McCown talks with Francesca Viliani, Director of Public Health and co-Head of Sustainability for International SOS, about the upcoming SPE Virtual International Conference and Exhibition on HSE and Sustainability.


SPE Resources

 

SPE’s May journal issues have launched in OnePetro and are available to subscribers. SPE Production & Operations and SPE Research Evaluation & Engineering are now available. In addition, SPE is finalizing production of its June issues of SPE Journal and SPE Drilling & Completion.



PetroWiki is a free resource from SPE created to answer many basic petroleum engineering and operational questions. SPE members can update or add to PetroWiki content to share their expertise.


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