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Unconventional producers around the world have been hamstrung by expensive and cumbersome options when it comes to obtaining reservoir data. Among the latest ways to break past these barriers is a new method developed by Canadian researchers and field tested in Australia’s unconventional frontier. The industry is becoming increasingly complex, leading to changes in how universities approach education for undergraduate study.
I am writing this letter of recommendation for Suzie Queue, who has served as the Chair of the Timbuctu Section's Young Professionals (YP) Committee, a three-year commitment equivalent to being Chair of a full SPE Section, with a 15-member board and a budget of $12,000. Her service to SPE has been outstanding, so much so, that our Section honored her as our 2016 Regional Young Engineer of the Year at our annual awards banquet. Suzie grew up in Ethiopia, where she lived without access to water or electricity. She would connect a 12V car battery to an old black and white TV set to watch with her family, and that sparked her interest in engineering. She received a full scholarship to Podunk University, where she earned a BS degree in electronic engineering.
SPE President Nathan Meehan provides guidance to young professionals and students on how to handle the downturn. Is Getting an Advanced Degree the Key to a Financially Rewarding Career? Start a career or study further? Should I Consider Graduate School? Graduate school can have a big impact on your career, but it isn't for everyone.
Most people who sign up for a MOOC – a massive open online course – never finish it, often completing less than half of the work. But does that mean they didn't get value from it? Otto Alcantara Santos, Petrobras, discussed the extensive training program for development of the company's engineers and the positive results it has produced. Each of us is accountable for our own professional development. SPE is expanding its training course program to help you expand your capabilities.
Most people who sign up for a MOOC – a massive open online course – never finish it, often completing less than half of the work. But does that mean they didn't get value from it? Should I Consider Graduate School? Graduate school can have a big impact on your career, but it isn't for everyone. Be clear about your expectations and what you hope to accomplish when pursuing an advanced degree.
The burgeoning population of millennials in oil and gas and diversified, global workforce means more engagement with social media will be necessary. Small plastic cups filled with different colors of sand. These elements may sound like items on a scavenger hunt list, but with Energy4me they can upcycle and help students track down a career in engineering. There is a lot of misinformation in the public about the oil and gas industry. As professionals of the industry, it is our duty to understand the gaps, educate ourselves, and then help spread accurate information.
We hope the collection of these messages will serve to illustrate the state of gender diversity from a cross section of professionals that are exposed to it. Small plastic cups filled with different colors of sand. These elements may sound like items on a scavenger hunt list, but with Energy4me they can upcycle and help students track down a career in engineering. Marshall Brain, founder of the website HowStuffWorks.com shares his thoughts on the importance of engineering to the society and discusses historical and modern engineering milestones. He also shares his advice to YPs on getting their entrepreneurial ideas from paper to practice.
Going through a layoff is hard, but not necessarily bad. It can be a time for you to reinvent yourself to reach bigger goals. Shell has partnered with Udacity to provide its staff training in artificial intelligence. Firms globally are still struggling to build teams that can capitalize on the true value of data. Poets & Quants: Is an eMBA a Better Choice for a 28-Year-Old?