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The agency updated its methodology and production volume estimates to factor increasing production from new, emerging plays as well as older plays that have rebounded thanks to drilling advancements. Russia has looked to the east to find more oil and gas, growing markets and investor support, allowing it to shrug off the global slump and trade sanctions. Dubai Petroleum embarked on a new mission last year to drill and complete its first multistage, hydraulically fractured, and propped horizontal well from an offshore platform.
This paper presents the results of a 3-year project aimed at mass field implementation of ultrahigh-speed (UHS) electric submersible pump (ESP) systems in western Siberia. This paper presents an interdisciplinary approach to the description of tectonic dislocations made on the basis of interpretation of seismic data, petrophysical analysis of well-logging data in horizontal wells, and inversion of a multifrequency propagation tool. Russia’s need to continue expanding the oil and gas business is pushing it to look east for more production and markets. But everywhere it turns there is stiff competition in a world awash in oil and gas. Russia has looked to the east to find more oil and gas, growing markets and investor support, allowing it to shrug off the global slump and trade sanctions.
SPE coordinates 14 regional student paper contests at the undergraduate, master's, and PhD levels. Students compete against other students in their region for the opportunity to advance to the International Student Paper Contest held during ATCE. Contestants enter an abstract of their paper and present it on the day of the competition. The papers of the winners who proceed to the International Student Paper Contest at ATCE will be published in the conference proceedings and on OnePetro. Currently, the 14 regional contests recognized by SPE are: Africa, Asia Pacific, Canadian, Eastern North America, Europe, Gulf Coast North America, Latin America and the Caribbean, Middle East, Mid-Continent North America, Rocky Mountain North America, Russia and Caspian, Western North America, South Asia, and Southwestern North America.
Mark Rubin is responsible for overall management of SPE. He works with the Board of Directors and senior staff to develop strategic and business plans and formulate the organization's goals, objectives, policies, and programs. He also organizes and directs the global staff organization, which includes offices in Dallas, Houston, Kuala Lumpur, Dubai, London, and Moscow, to ensure the accomplishment of SPE's mission. He was appointed executive director of SPE in August 2001. Prior to this appointment, he served as upstream general manager for the American Petroleum Institute (API) in Washington, D.C.
A number of companies are pushing for alternative approaches to offshore development that seek to access marginal reservoirs. Their differing and unique ideas call for a departure from the usual playbook, but share a common goal of slashing capital costs. Eight of the world’s 10 longest wells have been drilled by ExxonMobil as operator of the Sakhalin-1 project in Russia.
The 14 regional Student Paper Contests recognized by SPE are: Africa, Asia Pacific, Canadian, Eastern North America, Europe, Gulf Coast North America, Latin America and Caribbean, Middle East, Mid-Continent North America, Rocky Mountain North America, Russia and Caspian, Western North America, South Asia, and Southwestern North America. Contests held separately from these event regions will not be considered as part of the International Student Paper Contest and may vary in rules and regulations. Students must participate in their own regions as described in the Student Paper Contest Rules and Regulations (pdf) and may only alternate if a contest is not run in their region.
Thank you for attending the SPE Russian Petroleum Technology Conference. This year's SPE Russian Petroleum Technology Conference maintained its high level of technical content and remains a leading regional SPE event. In 2018 it brought together 850+ delegates from 199 international and local operating and service companies, government agencies, R&D institutes, universities, and professional associations from 20+ countries took part in the conference. There were large delegations from international and national oil and gas companies, including Gazprom neft, Rosneft, LUKOIL, Schlumberger, Halliburton, Tatneft, Zarubezhneft, Surgutneftegaz, Belorusneft and many more. Statistics based on 2018 SPE Russian Petroleum Technology Conference attendee survey results.