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OTC Brasil Brings Together Professionals and Students from the Oil and Gas Sector at Industry Resumption Time

Pre-salt lucrative potential, regulatory changes, partnerships, and new technologies were some of the conference highlights.

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (25 October, 2017) – The fourth edition of OTC Brasil demonstrated the optimism that oil and gas executives and professionals around the world have for the industry’s rebound. More than 8,500 professionals representing operating and service companies gathered at the event. The Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) and the Brazilian Institute of Oil, Natural Gas and Biofuels (IBP), organized the event, which was held 24-26 October in Riocentro, Rio de Janeiro.

Key executives attended a panel session on Thursday afternoon which focused on the upcoming pre-salt 2nd and 3rd bid round sessions occurring Friday. Solange Guedes, Petrobras E&P Executive Director, led a panel that included the participation of Wael Sawan, Royal Dutch Shell Deepwater Executive Vice President; Bernard Looney, BP Upstream Chief Executive; Tomas Garcia Blanco, Repsol E&P Vice President for Europe, Africa and Brazil; Michael Hourcard, Total E&P Americas CEO; Anders Opedal, Statoil Executive Vice President and Statoil Brazil President; and Thore Kristianssen, Galp E&P COO.

The conference was also pleased to receive Fernando Coelho Filho, Brazil’s Minister of Mines and Energy. The Minister emphasized the government’s efforts to bring Brazil back on the road to success. “There are still many things to be done, and having industry events such as OTC Brasil shows we are on the right track. The energy industry in Brazil is going to get greater by the end of this week,” he said.

The good prospects for the pre-salt were also highlighted during OTC Brasil. In the panel “Pre-salt development – 1 billion bbl cumulative production: concepts, implementation and first results”, Joelson Mendes, Petrobras Executive Manager,said “Pre-salt reservoirs exceeded expectations.” According to Joelson, the area is very profitable and offers low production costs, with significant competitive advantages for the companies. Currently, the exploration in the region accounts for 51% of the state company production, while the other 49% goes to post-salt and offshore operations.

Other special events included the Distinguished Achievement Awards with keynote speaker Pedro Parente, Petrobras CEO; and a luncheon with keynote Andrew Brown, Shell’s E&P Global Director who talked about competitiveness in deepwater and shale markets. According to Brown, despite the differences, both areas are substantially improving.

João Carlos De Luca, OTC Brasil general chairman, said that the conference was a success and timely for the second and third rounds of the pre-salt, “I am sure that OTC Brasil has generated great opportunities for the entire oil and gas value chain and has enshrined this moment of resumption. The event was a stage for top executives of the world’s largest oil and gas companies to network and advance the development of new businesses and strategic partnerships that are bound to happen among the consortia participating in ANP’s bid rounds,” De Luca concluded.

The international exhibition featured 120+ exhibitors from 20 countries.

OTC Brasil 2017 sponsors included:

  • Petrobras
  • Total
  • Shell
  • BP
  • Fluor
  • Statoil
  • Baker Hughes – a GE Company
  • Chevron
  • TechnipFMC
  • Repsol Sinopec
  • Saipem
  • ExxonMobil
  • Vallourec
  • Galp/Petrogal
  • Queiroz Galvão
  • Flutrol
  • Aker Solutions
  • Subsea7
  • Brazil – U.S. Business Council
  • Firjan
  • OceanPact

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OTC Brasil 2017 Advisory Committee Convenes in Rio de Janeiro

Featuring the participation of Christino Áureo, Brazil’s Secretary of State for Civil and Economic Development; Pedro Parente, Petrobras CEO; João Carlos de Luca, Barra Energia-IBP President and OTC Brasil 2017 general chairman.

Richardson, Texas (2 August 2017)—The first OTC Brasil 2017 Advisory Committee Meeting happened on 25 July with several authorities, executives of oil and gas companies, and representatives of business entities in attendance.

Among them were Christino Áureo, Secretary of State for Civil and Economic Development; Pedro Parente, Petrobras CEO; three Petrobras directors; and João de Luca, OTC Brasil 2017 Chairman. Their planning will contribute to the success of the 2017 event, scheduled for 24-26 October at Rio Centro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Christino Áureo stressed that OTC Brasil will be held at an opportune time when the State of Rio begins its path of fiscal rebalancing and gradual recovery of economic development from the homologation of the Tax Recovery Regime.

He said, “OTC Brasil is a symbol of the turning point about to occur in the State with the adhesion to the Tax Recovery Regime. We believe in crossing the oil and gas sector – the main one in the state.”

According to the secretary, it is important to ensure a favorable environment for investments in the state’s oil and gas sector. He believes it is important to create an environment of understanding, making clear that the state is investment friendly and that any distortions in the tax or environmental environment will be resolved with wide negotiation and responsibility of all the parties seated at the table.

OTC Brasil Chairman João Carlos de Luca said he believes this edition will be marked by the optimism of companies who can benefit from the positive changes in Brazil’s regulatory environment.

A committee, under the leadership of João de Luca, is currently finalizing the 2017 technical program. View the current program at


About the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC)

The Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) is where energy professionals meet to exchange ideas and opinions to advance scientific and technical knowledge for offshore resources and environmental matters. Founded in 1969, OTC’s flagship conference is held annually in Houston. OTC has expanded technically and globally with the Arctic  Technology Conference (ATC), OTC Brasil, and OTC Asia.

About the Brazilian Petroleum, Gas and Biofuels Institute (IBP)

Founded in 1957, IBP is a private, non-profit organization focused on promoting the development of the Brazilian oil, gas and biofuels industry in a competitive, sustainable, ethical and socially responsible environment. Today, IBP congregates more than 240 associated companies and professionals, and it’s recognized as an important industry representative for its technical knowledge and fostering the debate of big industry issues. Organizer of the main oil & gas shows in Brazil, such as Rio Oil & Gas and OTC Brasil, IBP also develops technical courses and it´s also responsible for standardization, certification of inspection services and technical publications.


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LACPEC Returns to Argentina, Home of the Second Largest Unconventional Gas Resource In the World

Featuring the participation of 2017 SPE President, Janeen Judah, Chevron; SPE South America and Caribbean Region Director, Anelise Lara, Petrobras; and General Chairperson Santiago Martinez, YPF.

Richardson, Texas (27 February 2017)—With a long tradition as the Society of Petroleum Engineers’ (SPE) foremost event in the region, the Latin America and Caribbean Petroleum Engineering Conference (LACPEC) returns to Buenos Aires, Argentina from 17-19 May 2017 at the Sheraton Hotel and Convention Center.

Under the theme “Creating Opportunities Today for a Better Tomorrow,” LACPEC continues its tradition of unveiling the latest technological breakthroughs and cutting-edge research to meet the existing, emerging and future technical needs for the upstream petroleum sector.

“This year’s LACPEC will be an incredibly valuable event because it provides actionable insights, expert know-how, and strategic partnership potential to capitalize on the region’s oil and gas opportunities,” said 2017 SPE President, Janeen Judah, Chevron. “I look forward to attending LACPEC, which will be my first South American visit as SPE president.”

The conference aims to accelerate the learning experience for delegates with a multi-disciplinary technical program of more than 160 papers on timely topics such as unconventional resources, EOR, IOR, HSSE, heavy oil, mature fields, flow assurance, well construction, and reservoir management.

The executive plenary, panel sessions and keynote luncheons are designed to share business intelligence strategies, best practices and new technology advancing the region.

LACPEC also includes a regional exhibition highlighting the newest technologies and solutions to streamline operations, reduce costs and time, and keep employees safe. Special events at the conference will include the regional student paper contest, a young professionals session on building competencies for a successful E&P career, and two training courses focused on optimizing shale gas and tight oil fields and modern production data analysis.

Delegates can take advantage of early registration, saving up to USD 200. Discounted airfare is also available when flying United Airlines. Presented papers will be published to OnePetro®. Simultaneous translation in English and Spanish is available during the technical sessions.

Estão disponíveis mediante pedidos: traduções em português e logo da conferência.
Están disponibles bajo petición: traducción en español y logo de la conferencia.

About the Society of Petroleum Engineers
SPE is a not-for-profit professional association whose more than 164,000 members in 143 countries are engaged in oil and gas exploration and production. SPE is a key resource for technical knowledge providing publications, events, training courses, and online resources.

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Canada Regional Awards Recipients

Canada Regional Awards Recipients

SPE’s regional awards are designed to recognize members who’ve contributed exceptional service and leadership to the society, as well as those who’ve made major professional contributions to their technical disciplines at the regional level. These awards are handed out at region and section meetings. Congratulations to the Canada Region Awards recipients below.


Regional Service Award

The SPE Regional Service Awards acknowledges exceptional contributions to the Society of Petroleum Engineers at the section or regional level and recognizes singular devotion of time and effort to the programs and development of the member’s section.

Ramez Hanna Alla
Production Engineer
Chevron Canada

Ramez Hanna Alla is a production engineer with Chevron working on the Liard basin appraisal team tied to the Kitimat LNG project. He has five years of unconventional/tight rock experience in the WCSB through various roles. He is actively involved with the SPE at both the section and regional level; serving recently as Chairman of the section and as vice chair for the joint URC/HOC conference starting in February 2017. Outside of industry affairs, he is a board member with Big Brothers & Big Sisters, president of his condo board, an avid motorcycle rider, traveler, wannabe fitness nut, and an extreme activity enthusiast. He enjoys meeting people of all walks of life, as they each have unique lessons to share.

Patrice Vallee
Pre-Development Manager
Husky Energy, Canada

Patrice Vallee has been working in the upstream oil and gas industry for the last 25 years. He is currently the pre-development manager at Husky Energy and is involved in the research & development community in Newfoundland and Labrador.

He has held various management, leadership, and technical engineering roles within the industry having worked in France, the United Kingdom, Australia, and Canada.

Patrice earned his MS in petroleum engineering from the Institut du petrole in Paris, France.  He also holds a BS (Honours) and MS in mechanical aeronautics & space engineering from SUPAERO, Toulouse, France. He received a Certificate in Project Management from the University of Aberdeen, Scotland.

Patrice is a member of ENSPM and ENSAE (France) and became a member of SPE Canada in 2014. In 2015, he chaired the first SPE workshop held in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador.

Outstanding Young professional Award

The Regional Young Member Outstanding Service Award recognizes contributions and leadership to the public, the community, the Society of Petroleum Engineers, and the petroleum engineering profession within the region.

Michael Hauer
Field Production Engineer
Sunshine Oilsands Ltd.

Michael Hauer is currently the Student Support team lead for SPE Calgary and serves on the boards of both the SPE Calgary Section and the SPE Canada Education Foundation. He has been involved with SPE for five years, starting out as a student chapter officer. Over his two years as Calgary Section Young Professionals Chair, he oversaw the execution of more than 25 section events per year with a budget over $90k. He also spearheaded a number of new initiatives, including the inaugural YP golf tournament in 2014 and the YP energy literacy program. Michael holds a chemical engineering degree from the University of Calgary and has worked more than four years in production and operations for SAGD projects in the Canadian oil sands.


Hamza Shaikh
Principle Consultant
E-Tech Consulting Services

Hamza Shaikh is a highly qualified dual MSc Petroleum Engineering and MEng Mechanical Engineering graduate from Imperial College London, as well as a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) with a diverse range of technical and operational experience in Well Stimulation, Geomechanics, Fracture/Reservoir Modelling and production enhancement with economic evaluations. He currently works as an independent consultant under the trade name E-Tech Consulting Services. He devised advanced workflows for fracture modelling and field development by integrating multiple domains, including Geoscience, Petrophysics, Geomechanics, Fracture Modelling and Reservoir Engineering, helping oil companies save millions of dollars in field development projects in the Appalachian, Permian, Powder River, Western Gulf, Williston and Western Canada Sedimentary Basins.  Hamza began his career through internships in the UK at Tercel Oilfield Services, Schlumberger Information’s Solutions and BP, and afterwards joined Sanjel full-time in Canada working as a Hydraulic Fracturing Field Engineer, and a Completions Engineer in the company’s Reservoir Solutions Group prior to founding E-Tech Consulting Services. He has published six SPE and EAGE technical papers in the US, Canada and UAE, and is currently publishing two more, including one in the Netherlands. Hamza is also a recipient of the 2016 SPE Calgary Section Award for Technical Excellence and Achievement. While at Imperial College, Hamza served as the President of the SPE Student Chapter where he also organised a field trip to Trinidad and Tobago for over 40 students from the MSc course. Currently, Hamza is in his second year of service as the SPE YP Treasurer in Calgary.

Regional Technical Awards

The SPE Regional Technical Awards acknowledge exceptional contributions to the Society of Petroleum Engineers at the section or regional level and recognize singular devotion of time and effort to the programs and development of technical expertise in eight disciplines. These are your technical award winners for 2016:


Completions Optimization and Technology Award

Robert V. Hawkes
C.E.T., Manager, Reservoir Solutions

Robert graduated from the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) with a diploma in Petroleum Engineering Technology in 1979. Robert is Corporate Technical Director, Reservoir Solutions for Trican Well Service Ltd. in Calgary. Considered a leader in his field, Robert has been published in JPT and JCPT and was co-Author, Chapter 3 “Gas Well Testing and Evaluation” of the 2007 Modern Fracturing – Enhancing Natural Gas Production, engineering text book. Robert is credited with several design innovations in pre-frac testing and has been the recipient of numerous awards including the 2006 President’s Award from the Canadian Well Logging Society (CWLS), awarded the 2008 Outstanding Service Award from the Petroleum Society Canadian Institute of Mining (CIM) and was a 2008 Distinguished Lecture with the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE). Robert was also recognized as the 2009 ASET Technologist of the Year and in 2011 was the recipient of the SPE Canadian “Reservoir Description and Dynamics” award. Robert continues to serve on numerous Technical Program committees for the SPE.

Drilling Engineering Award

Stephen Butt, Memorial University of Newfoundland


Formation Evaluation Award

Uliana Romanova
PhD, Business Development
Canada Region
Delta Screens

Dr. Uliana Romanova has over 20 years of experience in the area of technology research and development, both in academia and industry. She holds a Master of Science degree in Physics and a Ph. D. degree in Chemistry from Kazan State University, Russia. She is currently employed with Delta Screens. Prior to joining Delta Screens, she worked at Institut Francais du Petrole, the University of Calgary, RPS Energy and Weatherford Canada.

The area of Dr. Romanova’s expertise is heavy oil and oil sands and formation damage, in particular sand control for thermal production operations. She is an author and co-author of over 40 technical publications. She made numerous presentations at industry technical conferences and workshops in Canada, USA, Europe, Asia and the Middle East.. She serves on a variety of SPE technical committees, including SPE Canada Heavy Oil Technical Conference and SPE Thermal Well Design and Integrity Symposium, and the Board of SPE Canada Educational Foundation.


Health, Safety, Security, Environment and Social Responsibility Award

Faisal Khan
Memorial University of Newfoundland

Dr. Faisal Khan is Professor and Vale Research Chair of Safety and Risk Management. He has established a new research center- Centre for risk integrity and Safety and Engineering (C-RISE), which has over research 40 research members. His areas of research interest include: offshore safety and risk engineering, inherent safety, risk management, and risk-based integrity assessment and management.

He is actively involved with multinational oil and gas industries on the issue of safety and asset integrity. In 2006, he has spent eight months as risk and integrity expert with Lloyd’s Register (UK) a risk management organization. He also served as Safety and Risk Advisor to Government of Newfoundland, Canada. He continue to serve subject matter expert to many organizations that include Llyod’s Register EMEA, SBM Modco, Intecsea, Technip, and Qatargas. From 2008 to 2010, he visited Qatar University and Qatargas LNG Company as Process Safety and Risk Management Research Chair. In 2012-14 he served as Visiting Professor of Offshore and Marine Engineering at Australian Maritime College (AMC), University of Tasmania, Australia. Where he lead development of offshore safety and risk engineering group and an initiative of global engagement with many international institutions.

He is recipient of President Outstanding Research Award of 2012-2013, CSChE National Award on Process Safety Management of 2014, President Outstanding Research Supervision Award of 2013-14, and recently Society of Petroleum Engineer award for his contribution in Health, Safety and Risk Engineering. He has authored over 300 research articles in peer reviewed journals and conferences on safety, risk and reliability engineering. He has authored five books on the subject area. He is Editor to Journal of Process Safety and Environmental Protection, and Journal of Process Engineering. He regularly offers training program/workshop on safety and risk engineering in different places including St John’s, Chennai, Dubai, Beijing, Aberdeen, Doha and Kuala Lumpur.


Production and Operations Award

Bertrand Groulx
Verdazo Analytics

Bertrand is co-founder and President of Verdazo Analytics (formerly known as VISAGE) and has championed the company’s analytic pursuits over the last decade. Over a 17 year career in the upstream energy sector, Bertrand has worked in over 11 countries assisting more than 100 companies to develop workflows, analysis methodologies and software solutions focused on the delivery of consistent, reliable information for decision makers. Prior to Verdazo Analytics, Bertrand was part of Merak/Schlumberger for 7 years. Bertrand constantly strives to ensure VERDAZO continues to distinguish itself as a leader in visual analytics for the Oil and Gas industry, and enjoys collaborating with, and developing partnerships with companies and individuals that share his passion.


Projects, Facilities and Construction Award

Bent Nielsen, P.Eng
Process Engineer

Bent has been living in Calgary since 1957 and has watched the oil patch expand and contract many times over the years. Nevertheless, he decided to become a Chemical Engineer followed by a Masters of Chemical Engineering.  After graduating Bent did research at the U of C for two years with an Ultrapyrolysis reactor that converted heavy oil to gases plus coke. Since then he has been working as a Process Engineer with various contracting engineering firms.  Currently he is a Senior Process Engineer at WSP.

Over the years Bent has belonged to the Toastmasters club if the company had a club and where they didn’t he would try to start one. This fired up his enthusiasm about volunteering.  Two years ago bent used his contacts to start the SPE Calgary Section Toastmasters Club.

About seven years ago he met Ken Arnold when he was in Calgary doing a presentation and was asked if he would help start a PF&C SIG in Calgary.

Bent enjoys cycling around town for exercise and enjoyment.  To keep in shape he also runs 3km three times a week with a couple 10km races a year.


Reservoir Description and Dynamics Award

Christopher Clarkson
University of Calgary

Christopher R. Clarkson is a professor and the AITF Shell/Encana Chair in Unconventional Gas and Light Oil research in the Department of Geoscience and an adjunct professor with the Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering at the University of Calgary. His work focus in industry was on exploration for and development of unconventional gas (UG) and light oil (ULO) reservoirs. His research focus since coming to U of Calgary in 2009 has been on advanced reservoir characterization methods for UG-ULO, such as rate- and pressure-transient analysis, flowback analysis, and core analysis.  He is also interested in simulation of enhanced recovery processes in UG-ULO, and how these processes can be used to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.  Clarkson leads an industry-sponsored consortium called “Tight Oil Consortium”, focused on these research topics for unconventional light oil reservoirs in Western Canada.

Clarkson holds a Ph.D. degree in geological engineering from the U. of British Columbia, Canada, and is the author of numerous articles in peer-reviewed scientific and engineering journals.  Clarkson was an SPE Distinguished Lecturer for the 2009/2010 lecture season.


Distinguished Achievement Award for Petroleum Engineering Faculty

Dr. Lesley James
Chevron Chair in Petroleum Engineering
Memorial University of Newfoundland

Dr. Lesley James is an Associate professor and Chevron Chair in Petroleum Engineering in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science at Memorial University. Dr. James’ research interests focus on sustainable oil production by increasing oil recovery rates through enhanced and improved oil recovery (EOR & IOR). Currently, her focus is on maximizing recovery from offshore Newfoundland and Labrador oil and gas fields through understanding the fluid-fluid and rock-fluid interactions and particularly examining miscible/near-miscible fluid injection and optimal EOR strategies for offshore production.  Working closely with industry, Dr. James has recently commissioned a world class enhanced oil recovery laboratory at Memorial, which allows for fundamental and applied research and development in the area of enhanced and improved oil recovery. Dr. James is a Professional Engineer of Newfoundland and Labrador (PEGNL), and is a member of Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE), the American Chemical Society (ACS), the Society of Core Analysts (SCA) and the Canadian Society of Chemical Engineers (CSChE).


Distinguished Corporate Support Award


Cenovus Energy Inc. has historically and continues to support the Society of Petroleum Engineers in Canada by several means. Cenovus acts as a leader in the industry by supporting its staff in volunteer roles across SPE Canada conferences and workshops, SPE Calgary section level activities, student led initiatives and SPE publications. Cenovus provides innumerable contributions to the knowledge base surrounding oil and gas exploration and production, most specifically in the field of heavy oil and bitumen recovery. Many technical papers have been authored and co-authored by several Cenovus staff over the 7- year’s history of the company, and going back further through its various predecessors.  Specifically, contributions in the fields of steam-solvent recovery methods, slotted liner and sand control design and evaluation; sharing operational learnings; and novel recovery techniques or technologies. In 2015. Cenovus contributed to 11 technical publications with the SPE, including results of the AIDROH Pilot Project, Solvent Aided Process, Hot-Water Circulation Pilot at Pelican Lake, and Tight Oil Wettability in the Montney. Cenovus also contributed to two business articles on Reserves Estimation and Oil Price Volatility through The Way Ahead magazine. In 2016 Cenovus continued the trend by contributing to 8 technical publications and 3 industry centric articles on The Way Ahead magazine. This knowledge sharing has been instrumental in the advancement of heavy oil and bitumen recovery.

Cenovus continues to provide support to the SPE Canada Heavy Oil Conference and SPE Distinguished Lecturer series through the efforts of Subodh Gupta and other key initiatives such as the SPE Canadian Educational Foundation and The Way Magazine through the efforts of Jarrett Dragani. Aside from technical contributions, Cenovus holds the largest number of SPE memberships among any member company in Canada, and actively participates in funding conferences through attendees and sponsorships.

Big Win for the Region at ATCE 2016!

Big Win for the Region at ATCE 2016!

Congratulations to the following members who were recognized during ATCE last September.

Regional Service Award Recipients:

  • Gonzalo Perez Cometto, Comodore, Argentina
  •  Joao Pereira, Quito, Ecuador

Regional Distinguished Corporate Support Award
Schlumberger del Ecuador

Petrobowl Championship Winners:
Universidade Federal Do Rio De Janeiro

  • Claudio Alberto Salinas Tejerina
  • Felipe Adriao Cruz
  • Felippe Pardini De Souza
  • Gabriel Costa Magalhaes Da Cunha
  • Vinicius Ribeiro Dos Santos Veleda Moraes

International Student Paper Contest Winners:
1st Place-Undergraduate Division
Fernando Antonio Plazas Niño, Universidad Industrial de Santander, Colombia
2nd Place-Master’s Division
Pedro Adrian, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil

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Programa Técnico de Excelencia Preparado para LACPEC en Quito, Ecuador del 18 al 20 de Noviembre

Society of Petroleum Engineers
Andrea Valencia


Richardson, Texas (10 de agosto 2015)- La Conferencia de Ingeniería de Petróleo para América Latina y el Caribe (LACPEC) organizada por la Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) se llevará a cabo del 18 al 20 de noviembre en el Centro de Convenciones Quorum en Quito, Ecuador. Continue reading

Congratulations to 2013 Regional Award Winners

The 2013 Regional Award winners have been announced. Regional and section awards recognize members who contribute exceptional service and leadership within SPE, as well as making significant professional contributions within their technical disciplines at the SPE regional level. Awards are presented at the appropriate SPE region or SPE section meeting. Learn more about regional awards.

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Congratulations to 2013 Regional Awards Winners in the United States

Regional and section awards recognize members who contribute exceptional service and leadership within SPE, as well as making significant professional contributions within their technical disciplines at the SPE regional level. Awards are presented at the appropriate SPE region or SPE section meeting. Continue reading

Congratulations to 2013 Regional Awards Winners in Latin America and Caribbean

Regional and section awards recognize members who contribute exceptional service and leadership within SPE, as well as making significant professional contributions within their technical disciplines at the SPE regional level. Awards are presented at the appropriate SPE region or SPE section meeting. Continue reading

Congratulations to 2013 Regional Awards Winners in Russia and Caspian

Regional and section awards recognize members who contribute exceptional service and leadership within SPE, as well as making significant professional contributions within their technical disciplines at the SPE regional level. Awards are presented at the appropriate SPE region or SPE section meeting. Continue reading