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UT Study: Permian Seismic Activity Up Dramatically
New research links a rise in seismic activity in West Texas with increased oil and gas development over the past 20 years and, in particular, the past decade.
Google Launches Incubator for Startups Aligned With the UN's Sustainable Development Goals
The tech giant has said it will choose startups to support based solely on their past work or their potential to drive progress toward the 169 targets listed under the framework of the Sustainable Development Goals.
Report Forecasts “Major Slowdown” in US Oil Output Growth
Lower oil prices, increased operator focus on capital discipline, and diminishing access to capital are choking off once-soaring US oil production growth.
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From the Opening General Session at 2019 ATCE, Leigh Ann Russell of BP explains why she is proud of what our industry contributes to the world.
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Industry Salaries Continue to Inch Up
1 November 2019
Exploring Energy Sustainability at ATCE 2019
2 October 2019
SPE Launches Podcast Series
25 September 2019
SPE Talks To: Andrew Pepper
Fluid saturation isn't what it used to be when it comes to unconventional reservoirs. Petroleum Geoscience innovator Andrew (Andy) Pepper joins The SPE Podcast this week with his take on how unconventional reservoir evaluation can be improved. One lingering question: can oil and gas companies trust their logs?
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.
Energy4me Encourages Technical Careers
Your section or chapter can encourage primary and secondary students to pursue careers in science, math, technology, and engineering by participating in classroom visits. Hands-on experiments engage students while simultaneously teaching them about energy.