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SPE Thermal Well Integrity and Design Symposium will virtually be held 30 November – 3 December 2020. We are currently in the process of transitioning the schedules and technical programs to the virtual platform. Please visit the websites for updates in the coming weeks. Thank you for your patience and understanding! As projects require significant capital investment over long timeframes, the consistent application of sound engineering principles through the life cycle of a well must continue even during commodity price cycles.
SPE events bring together oil and gas professionals from across the globe to discuss technical innovations and advancements in petroleum recovery. A wide variety of SPE events, from international conferences and exhibitions to in-depth workshops, provide opportunities to connect with the latest E&P technologies and network with upstream experts. EVA features and actions for SPE Staff are unavailable because you are signed out. SPE events bring together oil and gas professionals from across the globe to discuss technical innovations and advancements in petroleum recovery. A wide variety of SPE events, from international conferences and exhibitions to in-depth workshops, provide opportunities to connect with the latest E&P technologies and network with upstream experts.
Register, log in, learn and network. With a uniquely compelling timing, this virtual symposium will discuss the different phases and challenges related to exploration and development options in deep and ultra-deep water with a focus on exploration and early development phases. Attendees will develop their knowledge in the subject through exchanging ideas and learning from other experts from different companies with experience in the Lebanese data or regional analogues. Results of the first well drilling and evaluation might possibly be known by then. In such a case, special focus will be given to this major milestone.
EVA features and actions for SPE Staff are unavailable because you are signed out. SPE events bring together oil and gas professionals from across the globe to discuss technical innovations and advancements in petroleum recovery. A wide variety of SPE events, from international conferences and exhibitions to in-depth workshops, provide opportunities to connect with the latest E&P technologies and network with upstream experts. Learn more about events that have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. SPE Virtual Forum: Is Cyclic Gas Injection EOR the Future for Unconventional Resources?
Public clouds are one of the emerging technologies that are minimizing the cost of processing the big data of the oil and gas industry. Among the hurdles to the wide-scale adoption of the cloud are security and access cost. A recently released report predicted that IoT networks will not take up as much of the overall market share as previously anticipated. IoT has become a popular phrase in various industries. For upstream oil and gas operators, an IoT infrastructure may present an opportunity improve quality control on their projects, potentially reducing costs and increasing production.
Sensors, robots, and artificial intelligence have made their way into a number of areas within the industry, including pipeline inspections. Shell has begun to examine the innovative technologies that could shift the inspection paradigm. The $43-million deal with Saipem will utilize a wireless underwater intervention drone and an ROV for intervention work on the Njord field in the Norwegian North Sea. Equinor said the contract is the first ever from an operator for advanced wireless drone services. At the 2016 Gulf of Mexico Deepwater Technical Symposium in New Orleans, a presentation discussed the application of sensors and analytics in pipeline integrity management systems.
SPE traditionally holds Hydraulic Fracturing workshops in September. This year we invite you to the first Symposium on Hydraulic Fracturing in Russia. It will be virtual and takes place from 22 to 24 September 2020. We care about you and your safety, and we keep providing opportunities for discussions and networking for all symposium delegates. Experience and Prospects the main focus will be on new and relevant areas in hydraulic fracturing, we will talk about the experience of companies over the past two years.
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Thank you for attending the SPE North America Student Symposium. The SPE North America Student Symposium is a massive conference put together by SPE International Students across North America. This year, the SPE North America Student Symposium was held in conjunction with the North America Petrobowl Regional Qualifier. The SPE North America Student Symposium is an annual student conference organized by SPE International students across North America. The Symposium presented an opportunity for students to enhance their knowledge of the oil and gas industry through the insights and experiences of industry leaders and advocates.
SPE is honoured to host the SPE Virtual Symposium: CCUS and Contaminants Management for the first time in Asia Pacific. As the energy industry faces challenges in the development of assets with high contaminants, especially those with high CO₂ and H₂S, Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage (CCUS), and contaminants management has become a high priority for operators, service companies, and regulators alike. Collectively, companies are looking for effective solutions to address the challenges of commercialising these assets. Advancement in CCUS-related technologies is one of the key areas being considered to spur monetisation of high CO₂ gas fields, from both commercial and technical perspectives. As a large number of fields with high contaminants remains undeveloped, it is critical for the industry to explore all viable technologies, including options to convert contaminants into valuable products as one of the initiatives to reduce carbon emissions, ultimately providing a positive environmental impact.