ATCE is SPE’s annual meeting of members and features groundbreaking papers and special technical events designed to accelerate the application of innovations in every technical discipline. Attendees come from around the world to ATCE to keep up with the latest technologies, industry best practices, and new product launches.
Obtain necessary clearance from your management and start preparing now. Authors whose paper proposals are accepted will be required to write a manuscript for inclusion in the conference proceedings by 10 December 2019. Your session chairpersons will review a draft of your manuscript. The deadline for submitting your draft is 19 November 2019.
Predicting the properties of reservoirs beyond the wellbore has been the cornerstone of reservoir characterization. The outcome provides the framework for efficient management and optimization of hydrocarbon reservoirs. Proper reservoir characterization affects all reservoir types and all stages during the life of a field. Far-field characterization encompasses seismic, electromagnetic, and other geophysical surveys. This characterization can be facilitated in various configurations such as cross-well or surface-to-wellbore, accomplished while drilling, in open and cased wells, and while producing hydrocarbons.
SPE is the recognized leader for technical information in the upstream oil and gas industry, and the SPE Bookstore is the source for books that set the standard for excellence. Offering something for every discerning petroleum engineer at any stage of career, the SPE Bookstore delivers up to 50% off retail price for SPE members. Most titles are available in digital versions, including Amazon Kindle and Apple iBooks, with many offering a six month, low-cost digital rental version. Whether preparing for the PE or Certification Exam or just looking to stay ahead in this ever-changing industry, the SPE Bookstore can help engineers do more.
The SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition (ATCE) brings together thousands of E&P professionals and experts for learning, networking, and collaborating on the collective goals of the industry. A major highlight in 2018 was the Opening General Session focused on "Translating Big Data into Business Results" with key panelists from Shell, Encana, Schlumberger, and Google Cloud. Registration and housing information for the 2019 conference will be available in mid-June.
More than 8,100 E&P professionals gathered in Dallas for the 2018 SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition (ATCE) for three days of learning, networking, and collaborating on the collective goals of the industry. A major highlight was the Opening General Session focused on "Translating Big Data into Business Results" with key panelists from Shell, Encana, Schlumberger, and Google Cloud.
The Distinguished Lecturer Program is one of SPE's most popular programs. Each season 30 to 35 experts from the oil and gas industry are selected to share their knowledge on the latest technologies and trends with SPE members. Established in 1961 with just three lecturers, the esteemed program now sends Distinguished Lecturers to SPE sections three times a year to give a total of more than 550 lectures all over the world. The purpose of the program is to provide SPE sections with outstanding speakers for section meetings, and to recognize the professional contributions of the selected Distinguished Lecturers. The program promotes SPE's mission to collect, disseminate, and exchange technical knowledge.
Workshops offer sponsors unique access to a focused group of key decision makers in the oil and gas industry. While SPE prohibits any type of commercialism within the workshop itself, it recognizes that sponsoring companies offer valuable information to attendees. Sponsorships help offset the cost of producing workshops and allow SPE to keep the workshop fee as low as possible for the target audience. If interested in sponsoring the workshop, please email Sarah Fleming.