Regional Director Updates
The spring time has already arrived and as we progressively see, the COVID-19 pandemic is receding in most parts of Europe, I truly hope to see more and more in person events organized by our sections. Read more.
Back to (Large) In-Person Meetings
The Offshore Technology Conference drew nearly 25,000 participants, showing renewed interest in in-person meetings following the successful ADIPEC and IPTC conferences. Read more.
Stimulation Activities in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East
This SPE Live focuses on stimulation practices used in Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East. The experts also discuss the potential proppant over-displacement in horizontal well fracturing in conventional tight reservoirs, the biggest challenges for speeding up stimulation of offshore wells, and recent activity in stimulation in the region.
GAIA Workshop at SPE Europe Regional Section Officers Meeting in Budapest
“What are your daily limits and limitations at home, at your workplace and on the way between?” With this leading question, Alison Isherwood (SPE London Section, Net Zero Committee) and Joschka Röth (SPE German Section, Gaia Regional Liaison for Europe) started their Gaia Workshop at the Novotel Budapest Danube Hotel in Budapest (Hungary) on 25th September 2021. The ultimate aim of the workshop: participants should be able to communicate confidently with everyone about sustainability and planetary limits. Read more about the workshop.
Call for Volunteers
SPE is looking for members to volunteer on committees that manage various programs and activities.
Your knowledge, experience, and participation is needed to help ensure the success of these SPE programs. See the full list of opportunities. There are many local, global, and virtual opportunities that need volunteers. Login with your SPE.org credentials, review the opportunities and apply.
Natural Gas Helps Eliminate Energy Poverty
With a staggering 1 billion people on the planet without access to electricity and clean cooking fuels, natural gas is one key solution to help lift these people out of poverty and improve their quality of life. Since 2000, the International Energy Agency reports that 26% of the gains in access have come from natural gas. And with new discoveries and facilities in Sub-Saharan Africa and other regions, the future has never looked brighter.
Read more on SPE's Fueling Progress blog
SPE Online Education: Take Yourself to Greater Depths
Explore your technical knowledge right from your computer with SPE webinars, online training courses, and videos. Join our industry experts as they explore solutions to real problems and discuss trending topics. Learn more.