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Data Science and Digital Engineering in Upstream Oil and Gas (DSDE) is an online publication from the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) that presents the evolving landscape of data management and use in the industry. It is updated continually with original content from SPE and curated content. In addition to online ads available in a variety of sizes and locations, the DSDE Newsletter is another valuable opportunity to get your name in front of the wide audience of engineering disciplines interested in optimizing the use of data in predictive analytics, artificial intelligence, machine learning, decision science, data analysis, digital workflows, and cybersecurity. Take advantage of the opportunity to reach your target customers. For immediate access to the print and digital media planner, including pricing, please provide your contact information.
Data Science and Digital Engineering in Upstream Oil and Gas (DSDE) is an online publication from the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) that presents the evolving landscape of data management and use in the industry. It is updated continually with original content from SPE and content curated from other relevant publications. Would you like to contribute to DSDE? If you have an idea for content or would like to see a topic covered in depth, send an email to Adam Wilson, Special Publications Editor. SPE is not responsible for any statement made or opinions expressed in its publications.
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I have been approached by a non-SPE magazine about publishing a version of my SPE meeting paper. I would like to agree. What do I need to do to obtain permission from SPE? Whether they plan to publish a shortened version or the full paper, the process is the same. If your paper is currently being peer-reviewed by any SPE journal, you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org You should then locate the paper in OnePetro and follow the link "Rights & Permission".
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SPE policy requires that SPE hold copyright to all copyrightable material in its publications, including conference proceedings, and to the individual contributions contained therein, to protect the interests of SPE, authors and their employers, and at the same time, to facilitate the appropriate re-use of this material by others. SPE distributes its publications throughout the world and does so by various print and electronic means. SPE also may translate or authorize translation of its publications, and articles contained therein, for inclusion in various publications. Transfer of copyright to SPE is a requirement for publication, including publication in conference proceedings, with the exception of material that is in the public domain (i.e., is not subject to copyright). Publications are critical in SPE's mission to collect and disseminate knowledge concerning the exploration, development and production of oil and gas resources, and related technologies, for the public benefit; and to help industry professionals enhance their technical and professional competence.
Oil and Gas Facilities is SPE’s web publication dedicated to the engineering disciplines involved in upstream projects, facilities, construction, production, and operations. Its content helps readers improve processes and operations to optimize onshore, offshore, and subsea production. Technical detail is presented for facilities engineers to use in their design of projects and equipment. OGF keeps you informed about trends, project updates, synopses of selected SPE technical papers, people on the move, and new technologies. OGF delivers the latest news directly to your Inbox in a twice-a-month newsletter.
Monographs focus on how to apply a specific technology and are intended for practicing engineers. Interdisciplinary Titles are written for a multidisciplinary audience, with the goal of promoting collaboration in technology among geoscientists and engineers in the upstream sector. PetroBriefs are longer than a paper, shorter than a book, between 50 and 100 typeset pages in length. The book should be specific in nature and technically oriented. The author must obtain and provide proof of permission for all figures used in the book at the time of submission.
SPE section websites play an important role in communicating with members. These guidelines are intended to assist sections in the effective operation of their websites and to educate officers of relevant policies and practices. A section planning to develop a website for the first time, or needing help to revise a current SPE-hosted website, should contact email@example.com The section logo with the section name prominently displayed according to the criteria set forth in the SPE Graphics Standard A link to the SPE home page (SPE.org) Information about key SPE regional and international activities (awards programs, scholarships, meetings, etc.) Information on section study group activities News and spotlights featuring section members Information from section-sponsored student chapters Reports and summaries of section technical presentations or events Links to key pages on SPE.org or other SPE products and services Links to noncommercial websites that may be of interest to members Local directories (e.g.
Special Note: SPE provides sections and student chapters a logo with their name under the SPE globes, as shown in the Graphic Standards, to clarify their management of certain activities. No, not all publicity is good. For example, SPE's name/logo on activities where it has no real role in development and execution can result in the wrong impressions about SPE. The aim of this policy is to safeguard the strong brand image and reputation that SPE has built over time. SPE's endorsement and participation in industry events are highly valued.