TOPICS OF INTEREST
Community Engagement and Partnership for Successful E&P Operations in Bolivia
Relationships and engagement with communities in direct areas of influence is of paramount importance for successful exploration and production (E&P) operations.
Opening Session Tackles Economic and Environmental Sustainability
SPE’s annual meeting opened Monday morning with a look at the economic and environmental sustainability of the oil and gas industry.
Southwestern Energy Operations Become Freshwater Neutral
The company makes good on a pledge to reduce freshwater use and replenish the fresh water it uses.
Shell Expands Investments in Solar Energy
Shell invested in a Singapore solar company and signed an agreement to purchase a Texas company with solar and other renewable assets. Along with its minority stake in a company that uses solar to generate steam for EOR in the Middle East, Shell catches some rays in the Asia Pacific, US, and Oman.
Solar EOR Firm Looks To Heat Up the Competition
In thermal enhanced oil recovery there is one big ingredient: steam. A new startup from Germany believes it has found the oil industry’s cheapest way to make it.
Building Relationships With a Marginalized Community in Iraq
A consortium of international and national Iraqi oil and gas companies took operatorship of the Qarmat Ali water-treatment plant. They engaged and responded to community expectations for social investment while addressing the effects of operations.
Climate Change and SPE
Last year, SPE created a task force to study the topic of climate change and to determine if a public position statement should be created. After a year-long review, it recommended that we not develop a statement on climate change, which was accepted by the SPE Board of Directors in March.
Industry Perspectives Vary on Implementing Effective Social Performance
Social responsibility has become a common term but what defines “social performance?” In a globalized economy, with multinational corporate and state actors having a more immediate effect on individual lives than ever before, social performance initiatives should not be viewed as an expendable cost.
Joining Forces for Sustainable Communities
Global, multinational companies often make commitments for local infrastructure as a condition to do business in host countries.
Corporate Social Responsibility Vital to Industry Operations
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs are a critical part of oil and gas project development. As companies continue to work in more densely populated communities, they have become better at working with local authorities to protect the interests of the people their operations affect.
Don't miss out on the latest technology delivered to your email weekly. Sign up for the JPT newsletter. If you are not logged in, you will receive a confirmation email that you will need to click on to confirm you want to receive the newsletter.
01 August 2018
07 August 2018