SKK Migas is proud to be the Official Supporter of the 2019 Asia Pacific Oil & Gas Conference and Exhibition (APOGCE). As the Chairman of SKK Migas, I am pleased to invite you and your organization to participate in this important multidisciplinary event to be held from 29 - 31 October 2019 in Bali, Indonesia. APOGCE is the regional flagship event for SPE (Society of Petroleum Engineers) and IATMI (Society of Indonesian Petroleum Engineers), and its presence and history in Indonesia and the region has cemented its status as one of the foremost oil and gas industry event in Asia Pacific that brings together energy companies and technical professionals for information exchange and technology transfer. As the industry continues to recover from recent oil price pressures, APOGCE 2019, themed “Advancing through Emerging Technologies and Digitalisation”, will explore the many applied innovations and technological developments to advance resource recovery, optimise business and assets, and improve production, efficiency and safety. SKK Migas looks forward to the technical and business exchange that will take place at APOGCE as regional and international industry leaders and professionals come together to examine the critical issues faced by the industry today.
The inaugural SPE Asia Pacific Wells Week serves as the avenue for the wells fraternity to exchange critical and timely technical knowledge on industry challenges to achieve cost effectiveness and pursue best practice. This event is exclusively curated for professionals who are involved in the area of wells construction, intervention and abandonment. Under a high-intensity and high capital environment, it is a challenge for operators and services companies to find the perfect synergy between managing well activities, balancing OPEX and CAPEX, and implementing new technologies. However, it is crucial to the industry that throughout the well’s lifecycle; from planning to operations, balance is achieved. Moreover, regulatory compliance, policy adherence, and collaboration between operators, service companies and technology providers, are key to the success of future well activities.
The inaugural SPE Asia Pacific Wells Week serves as the avenue for the wells fraternity to exchange critical and timely technical knowledge on industry challenges to achieve cost effectiveness and pursue best practice. This event is exclusively curated for professionals who are involved in the areas of wells construction, intervention and abandonment. SPE Asia Pacific Wells Week provides an opportune platform for participants to network with, exchange ideas and learn from peers in the wells community. Participants will gain valuable insights on efficiency improvements throughout the well lifecycle from industry leaders and technology experts.
The SPE Strategic Plan 2018–2023 calls for claiming pride in our industry’s higher purpose, that of supplying energy to meet the needs of humanity. We are looking for members who are proficient in another language to help translate glossary terms, articles, and papers from English into other languages. SPE has two new offerings for the PRMS. These are very short videos explaining two of the most complicated topics in the document. Take a look now and watch for more to be added later.
A joint effort between the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE), American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) and the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG), the Asia Pacific Unconventional Resources Technology (Asia Pacific URTeC) 2019 will take place from 18 – 19 November 2019 in Brisbane, Australia.
Sponsorship opportunities for the inaugural Asia Pacific Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (Asia Pacific URTeC 2019) have been designed to provide exposure and visibility for organisations in the oil and gas industry. We offer a variety of sponsorship packages to strengthen your brand identity and enhance your organisation’s image at the conference. The sponsorship packages are limited and available on a first-come-first-served basis.
A joint effort between the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE), American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) and the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG), the Asia Pacific Unconventional Resources Technology (Asia Pacific URTeC) 2019 will take place from 18 – 19 November 2019 in Brisbane, Australia. The rise of unconventional resources in North America has been a powerful catalyst in changing the world oil and gas supply landscape to meet growing energy demand. Over the past decades, the industry has also witnessed increased activities in the Asia Pacific (APAC) region and Eastern Hemisphere. Coal seam gas (CSG) to LNG developments in Australia, and shale gas and CSG developments in other APAC and MEA countries have proven that unconventionals can be commercially viable in our region and have afforded an opportunity for many operating companies to further invest in developing efficient and effective techniques to recover tight gas, CSG and shale gas. As we continue to explore new opportunities, we must address challenges unique to the APAC region during unconventional exploration and development.
The SPE Asia Pacific Advisory Council (“Council”) evolved from the SPE Asia Pacific Sdn. Bhd. Board of Directors to become an established council in January 2017. It is a council approved by the Board of the Society of Petroleum Engineers, and is represented by a diverse set of executives across the Asia Pacific region and industry value chain. The council provides critical guidance on regionalisation and localisation of SPE activities, regional technical content needs, and supports related initiatives to further SPE’s mission of technology transfer.
This 1-day course presents the fundamental components of the Petroleum Resources Management System (PRMS) of the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) and provides examples of classification of recoverable volumes of oil and gas in prospective resources, contingent resources, and reserves as the prospects advance towards maturity. At the end of the workshop, participants will fully understand the PRMS and how to allocate recoverable volumes to the appropriate reserve categories or resources, and to the project's maturity sub-class. The theoretical material of the course is complemented with exercises to strengthen the concepts on which the PRMS is based. The resource definitions and course reservations will focus on the specific methodologies used in the PRMS, but they will also compare the classification system and definitions with those used in the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the Canadian Oil and Gas Evaluation Handbook (COGEH), and other regulatory bodies. PRMS is one of several sets of classification guidelines used for internal and external reporting and inventorying of petroleum assets.