About the Conference
For more than 25 years, the SPE International Conference on HSE and Sustainability has been rotating around the world highlighting innovative applications to enhance HSE and sustainability performance in the oil and gas sector.
The event encourages discussion and provides a neutral forum where a wide range of perspectives and concerns from a variety of stakeholders can be explored.
This year the conference was held virtually on 27–31 July 2020 and attracted more than 1,200 HSE leaders and professionals working in the international oil and gas sector. Our goal has been to reach beyond the industry by introducing presentations, special topical sessions, and networking opportunities unavailable anywhere else.
Two Premier SPE Conferences for the Price of One
For the first time, the SPE International Conference on HSE and Sustainability was held jointly with LACPEC.
You can still be part of these events and discover the key drivers that influence the region and shape operational excellence in the upstream petroleum sector. Register to access the on-demand content from this event through the virtual interactive platform until 29 October.
FROM OUR SISTER PUBLICATION, THE JOURNAL OF PETROLEUM TECHNOLOGY
Colombia’s National Hydrocarbons Agency (ANH) has awarded 14 onshore blocks as part of its second Permanent Area Assignment Process (PPAA) 2019 auction, resulting in at least $512 million in committed investment, ANH announced 5 December.
GLOBAL ENERGY BRIEF OIL AND GAS PRODUCTION IN CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA
Download the International Association of Oil and Gas Producers (IOGP) first of a series of Global Energy Briefs (pdf) to learn why Central and South America* is one of the world’s major oil and gas producing regions, and held one fifth of the world’s proved oil reserves.
*Territory extending from Guatemala and Belize south to the tip of Cape Horn and including the Caribbean Sea.
MAPPING THE OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY TO THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS: AN ATLAS
IPIECA has partnered with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the International Finance Corporation (IFC) to develop a shared understanding of the implications of the UN SDGs for the oil and gas industry and how the industry can most effectively contribute. Download your copy today.
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