Events


  • WEBINAR: Influencia de la Geomecánica en los Planes de Desarrollo de un Yacimiento o Campo

    Thursday, June 1, 2023, 05:00 PM - 06:00 PM VET
    ¿Quién es nuestra ponente? Kelly Rodríguez García, Ingeniero de Petróleo con Maestría en Geofísica y Candidata Doctoral (Tesis en etapa de revisión). Su experiencia mayor a 18 años en la Industria del Petróleo y del Gas ha sido como Consultor Especialista en Geomecánica, desempeñándose con equipos multidisciplinarios bajo la metodología VCDSE para Activos de PEMEX. Ha liderado proyectos integrados en geomecánica, supervisando y participando en equipos multidisciplinarios. Posse amplia experiencia en consultoría de proyectos de geomecánica en Ecuador, Colombia, México y Venezuela, aplicando los principios de su especialidad en proyectos de estabilidad del hoyo, predicción de presión de poro, predicción de producción de arena, estimación de los esfuerzos en sitio, modelado de fracturas hidráulicas, caracterización geomecánica en el campo, modelo geomecánico en pozos de: aguas profundas, HPHT, en áreas con deformación estructural por cuerpos salinos, seguimiento geomecánico en tiempo real y optimización de yacimientos bajo enfoque geomecánico. Ha participado en la planificación de procesos de adquisición, planificación y optimización de información de pozos e integración de las diferentes disciplinas al Modelo Geomecánico.

  • Geosteering en mantos de carbón en cinturones plegados

    Wednesday, June 7, 2023, 06:00 PM - 07:00 PM ART
    Tenemos el agrado de invitarte a la charla "Geosteering en mantos de carbón en cinturones plegados", que será dictada por Angela Leguizamón el día 7 de junio a las 18 horas en el auditorio de la facultad de ingeniería de la UNCo (Buenos Aires 1400). Abierto al público en general. Se entregarán certificados a socios de SPE.

  • Joint SPE-NL/PGK Summer Event 12th June: REGISTER NOW

    Monday, June 12, 2023, 06:00 PM - 10:00 PM CET
    On June 12, 2023 the annual SPE/PGK barbeque will take place. The theme of this year's event is: "Novel stimulation technologies in the geothermal and E&P sectors." The event will be hosted at Oscars beach club in Scheveningen, The Hague. The following speakers are lined up: Representatives of Fishbones AS: "Novel fishbone stimulation technology applicable in challenging environments." Niek Dousi, Sproule ML: "Modelling and production forecasting of the fishbone technology." Josef Shaoul, Fenix Consulting Delft: "Propped fracture stimulation of geothermal production wells." This will be an excellent learning, social and networking opportunity! Register HERE Oscars Beach Club Technical Presentation at SPE/PGK BBQ, June 2022
    Den Haag, Netherlands

  • SPEcial Geothermal Talks #4 - Geothermal Development in Croatia

    Tuesday, June 20, 2023, 03:00 PM - 04:00 PM CET
    You are invited to join the next webinar in the series of SPEcial Geothermal Talks . The webinar features industry leader Dragutin Domitrovic, who will reveal the opportunities and challenges of geothermal energy development from a Croatian perspective. Join us and connect with top professionals in the industry to increase your knowledge on this exciting approach to sustainable energy production. The event is proudly hosted by SPE Croatia Section, along with SPE Vienna Basin Section, SPE Romanian Section, SPE Italian Section, SPE Spain, SPE Copenhagen Section (Society of Petroleum Engineers), SPE London Section, SPE Central Ukraine Section, SPE Turkey Section, and SPE Netherlands Section. REGISTER HERE

  • WEBINAR: Desarrollo de Operaciones de Campo y la Sinergia con el Medio Ambiente

    Thursday, June 22, 2023, 05:00 PM - 06:00 PM VET
    ¿Qué podemos esperar de este webinar? Los temas a presentar corresponden a las actividades antrópicas realizadas en el campo al momento de desarrollar operaciones asociadas con la exploración y el desarrollo de campos de petróleo y de gas. Actualmente, las mejores prácticas aplicadas en este tipo de actividades garantizan el cuidado apropiado del medio ambiente y su entorno, facilitando la sustentabilidad de los proyectos. En el caso del desarrollo de yacimientos no convencionales shale y tight y en virtud de lo intensivo de las operaciones resulta de carácter crucial el flujo de trabajo y la sinergia con el entorno. ¿Quién es nuestro ponente? Luis Stinco, Doctor en Geología de la Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA), con más de 35 años de experiencia petrolera habiéndose desempeñado como Vicepresidente de E&P en Occidental Petroleum y en Sinopec, Argentina. Actualmente se dedica a la consultoría independiente, ejerciendo además el cargo de Director del Instituto del Gas y del Petróleo de la UBA (IGPUBA) y laborando como Profesor en la UBA y en la Universidad Austral de Argentina. El Dr. Stinco ha sido invitado a conferencias internacionales, designado Distinguished Speaker de la Society of Petrophysicists and Well Log Analysts (SPWLA) y es autor de más de 50 trabajos técnicos. Entre otras distinciones, recibió el Premio Konex 2013 de Ciencia y Tecnología y el Diploma al Mérito otorgado por la Universidad de Buenos Aires.

  • CCS | Geomechanics | Integrated Geology for Uncertainty Quantifications

    Thursday, July 6, 2023, 06:00 PM - 09:00 PM SG
    CCS | Geomechanics | Integrated Geology for Uncertainty Quantifications - Innovations in Subsurface Energy Technology for a Greener Future This presentation divided into two parts 1) An actual CCS case study in a tight gas condensate carbonate reservoir, and 2) the current technology available for different CCS mechanism modelling with geomechanics coupling or risk assessment. Second talk Application of probabilistic history matching and prediction workflow in a real field case in Indonesia. Payment using Paynow to WCW (Treasurer) on ‪83374173‬ - please include your name and event date in the reference. Gathering by 6PM, food and drinks will be served. Talk starting at 6:45PM. 30 min talk and 30 min questions.

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    Singapore, Singapore

  • Endorsed Event: ICGH

    Sunday, July 9 - Friday, July 14, 2023
    https://icgh10.com/ We are honoured to invite you to the Tenth International Conference on Gas Hydrates (ICGH10), which will be held in Singapore on July 9-14, 2023 at the Suntec Singapore International Convention & Exhibition Centre . This event is jointly organized by the National University of Singapore (NUS), InPrEP Pte Ltd and AIChE Singapore Local Section. Beginning with around 100 attendees during the first ICGH in 1993, the triennial conference has expanded significantly to about 800 participants in 2017. In the past 30 years, ICGH has been organized in various countries, including USA, France, Japan, Norway, Canada, UK and China. We are truly honoured to host the 10th conference of the series in Singapore, a tropical island nation located at the heart of Southeast Asia. ICGH10 serves as an active platform for the entire Gas Hydrates community to review the research developments over the previous three years, to foster synergistic collaboration and professional network, and to extrapolate for the near-term and long-term research prospects. We anticipate topics related to every facet of gas hydrate research including (but not limited to) gas hydrate fundamentals, gas hydrate technologies, natural gas hydrates (exploration and recovery), flow assurance and the environmental impacts (climate, geohazard etc). ICGH10 is certainly an event not to be missed! It will be an exciting conference that provides the opportunity for all participants to network with others in the same or different research area/expertise, to exchange ideas and share experience, and to renew or foster new friendships and professional relations. The conference programme is structured in such a way that participants can learn through both formal and informal interactions from the well-organised plenary, keynote, oral and poster sessions as well as the social events. Prof. Praveen Linga & Prof. I.A. Karimi, NUS Singapore

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    Singapore, Singapore

  • London SPE Net Zero Gaia event

    Tuesday, July 11, 2023, 12:30 PM - 01:30 PM UTC
    The London SPE Net Zero Gaia committee, in association with their SPE Europe geothermal colleagues, is excited to invite you to this coffee hour chat where they will discuss two ongoing UK geothermal projects: United Downs and BODYHEAT. The speakers for this coffee hour include Hazel Farndale , business manager for Geothermal Engineering Ltd, who oversees GEL’s research and consulting activity on geothermal projects in the UK and globally, and specifically the deep geothermal United Downs project in Cornwall. She will be joined by David Townsend , founder and CEO of TownRock Energy , a geothermal consultancy out of Scotland focused on helping their clients unlock their geologic assets to eliminate waste and carbon emissions. About the talks: Hazel will provide insight into multiple resource geothermal energy development in Cornwall and across the UK. She will discuss the current barriers to the development of the geothermal industry in the UK and the support needed from the government, local planning authorities, and local communities to make the industry viable. Finally, she will touch on the industry’s opportunity to create thousands of green jobs, especially those utilizing skills developed in the oil & gas industry. David will then provide an overview of the work TownRock is doing towards developing geothermal resources in the UK. He will discuss the cost of waste heat and how thermal energy storage can be deployed at varying scales to both combat its negative effects and become a net zero energy source. He will finish by talking about BODYHEAT, an innovative project out of Glasgow in which the heat produced by club goers is stored in surrounding bedrock and later used to reduce the building’s overall carbon emissions. Afterwards, the floor will be open to questions from the audience. If you are curious about either of these projects, or have questions about the UK geothermal industry at large, this is the discussion for you. Please bring your questions, we look forward to seeing you there.

  • WEBINAR: Proceso VCD para la Construcción de Pozos Tecnológicos

    Thursday, July 13, 2023, 05:00 PM - 06:00 PM VET
    Nuestro ponente compartirá con los asistentes los aspectos relevantes asociados a la Planificación, Diseño y Construcción de Proyectos Pozo Tecnológico según la metodología VCD, a través de las experiencias obtenidas con su aplicación en E&P. El alcance es asegurar una definición documentada del proyecto en cuanto a inversión de capital, costos operacionales, tiempo, calidad y riesgo. ¿Quién es nuestro ponente? Claudio Martínez, Ing. de Petróleo con MSc. en Ingeniería de Petróleo de LUZ, Programa PAG del IESA y adiestramiento técnico en Venezuela, Estados Unidos y Holanda. Ha laborado como profesor de Ing. de Producción e Ing. de Yacimientos, a nivel de pregrado y maestría de la UCV. Posee una sólida experiencia de más de 40 años en la Industria Petrolera (IP) nacional e internacional, sustentada en el desempeño de diversos cargos a nivel operacional, técnico y gerencial, desarrollando importantes proyectos para la explotación y optimización de la producción de yacimientos y campos, logrando excelentes resultados. Fue Gerente del CIED, área E&P, presidente de PetroUCV y asesor del gobierno de Venezuela, en Beijing, para un acuerdo con China, CNPC, sobre crudos pesados. Fue profesor invitado del IESA, áreas de yacimientos, producción, recuperación y reservas, para el Diplomado sobre Formación de Gerentes para la IP. Actualmente es presidente de la Empresa CMA Energies Consulting Group y se desempeña como instructor y consultor internacional para NExT. Claudio, integra el gran Equipo de Instructores/Mentores de la SPE Caracas Petroleum Section, específicamente para el Programa de Actualización Integral (PAI) y ahora para el Programa de Actualización Integral sobre Activación de Pozos Inactivos (PAI_API).

  • Annual General Meeting/Awards Day.

    Saturday, July 15, 2023, 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM WAT
    It is with great pleasure that we invite you to attend our Annual General Meeting/Awards Day. It is that time of the year where we converge to celebrate the successes of the outgoing board and usher in a new board.

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    Warri, Nigeria

  • July General Section Meeting - Distinguished Lecturer

    Thursday, July 20, 2023, 11:00 AM - 01:00 PM PT
    The SPE San Joaquin Valley Section Invites you to attend a General Meeting in Bakersfield, California, featuring our guest speaker, Tom Emelander, from Weatherford. Topic: Sidetracking with Whipstocks: An Efficient Method for Increasing Your Operational and Asset Value Abstract: As the demand increases to lower overall cost of accessing reserves, more reliable operations during the well construction process are required and refined methods for maximizing the value of existing assets must be considered. Whipstock sidetracking has evolved as a viable solution to add operational value in both new and mature wells. This presentation will focus on the identification of applications and methods to increase operational efficiency in the process of drilling and completing wells along with recovering stranded production in existing fields. Speaker Bio: Tom Emelander is an SPE Distinguished Lecturer and the Product Line Manager for Weatherford’s Whipstock Systems. His early career focused on support and implementation of Casing Exit Technologies. After gaining operational experience, he was elevated to Technical Specialist where he guided his team to significant improvements in service quality. His recent role is focused on increasing efficiencies, developing new technologies, and working with operators on highly innovative re-entry projects including multiple industry first installations. Regarded as a subject matter expert, he has authored multiple technical papers and industry articles. Tom has a Mechanical Engineering degree from Western Michigan University Registration fee: $15.00 Registration will close 24 hours prior to the event. You can attend as a walk-in and pay at the event. However, walk-in lunch availability will be limited.

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    Bakersfield, CA, United States

  • WEBINAR: ¿A Dónde nos lleva la Inteligencia Artificial (IA)? Implicaciones en la Sociedad

    Thursday, August 3, 2023, 01:00 PM - 02:00 PM VET
    ¿A dónde nos lleva la Inteligencia Artificial? Implicaciones en la sociedad. Recorreremos el mundo de la Inteligencia Artificial (IA), incluyendo una exposición del estado del arte de la tecnología, su contribución e impacto en la sociedad de hoy y la visión de futuro. En el negocio aguas arriba del petróleo, la IA ejerce un rol protagónico en la clasificación de litofacies en perfiles eléctricos, interpretación de estructuras y fallas desde los datos sísmicos, detección temprana de anormalidades a través del análisis de datos es tiempo real, la predicción de saturación y presiones a través de la interpolación espaciotemporal y la recomendación de acciones y trabajos a pozos basado en comportamiento reciente de los mismos. Así como ha aportado beneficios y mejoras a la salud, avance del conocimiento humano, evolución del entretenimiento y mercadeo, la IA ha estado sujeta a intensos debates por favorecer casos de uso menos éticos y carecer de criterios de moralidad (por ejemplo, entrenamiento con contenido sin permiso, deep fakes, etc.) Los sistemas de IA se auto entrenan y generan mayor conocimiento con el tiempo. ¿Es posible que estos sistemas actúen éticamente sin conciencia? ¿Qué futuro se prevé con el uso de la IA?. ¿Quiénes son nuestros ponentes? • Dr. Luigi Saputelli es un profesional de la Industria Petrolera con 30 años de experiencia. Ha laborado en diversas empresas a nivel internacional, tiene más de 100 publicaciones técnicas, contribuido con 9 patentes y 5 libros. Su área de interés es la gerencia de yacimientos con el uso de la automatización digital y la inteligencia artificial. • Adrián Galilea es un creador digital innovador y autodidacta. Es inversor y apasionado de las cripto monedas desde 2013. Ha sido gerente de proyectos de su propia creación y de terceros como DAZN. Ha desarrollado varias aplicaciones digitales de vanguardia incluyendo “KAI”, un asistente automático de IA integrado a Telegram, que usa ChatGPT para intercambiar mensajes, textos, imágenes y videos.

  • A Cool Way to Store Carbon Dioxide via Clathrate Hydrates

    Monday, August 21, 2023, 07:30 AM - 09:00 AM CT
    Climate change is known to be dominantly caused by the increased concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, particularly carbon dioxide (CO2). Over the years, the clathrate hydrate process has demonstrated promising potential for innovative applications, such as natural gas storage, carbon dioxide capture and storage, seawater desalination, and cold energy storage. CO2 hydrate, a solid compound consisting of molecular CO2 encased in crystalline lattices formed by water molecules, is an attractive option for long-term CO2 sequestration. Methane (CH4) hydrates in oceanic sediments have remained stable for millions of years, serving as a natural analog. Thus, the question arises: can we store CO2 in the form of hydrates in oceanic sediments indefinitely? In this presentation, the state-of-the-art on clathrate hydrate technology pertaining to carbon dioxide storage will be discussed in detail. Compact CO2 storage capacity, high stability, and the use of water as a solvent are key advantages of the hydrate-based CO2 storage system. Additionally, future research and development opportunities, as well as pathways for commercialization, will be explored. This webinar is categorized under the Projects, Facilities, and Construction technical disciplines. All content contained within this webinar is copyrighted by Praveen Linga, and its use and/or reproduction outside the portal requires express permission from Praveen Linga.

  • WEBINAR: Petrofísica Práctica en Yacimientos No Convencionales. Buscando El Lomito!

    Thursday, August 24, 2023, 05:00 PM - 06:00 PM VET
    ¿Qué puedes llevarte de nuestro webinar?. La Petrofísica de alta calidad técnica se utiliza para encontrar zonas prospectivas y objetivos de perforación con el mayor potencial de producción de hidrocarburos. Los yacimientos no convencionales requieren volver a revisar intervalos penetrados por pozos viejos con hidrocarburos "bypasseados" en rocas madre, ricas en materia orgánica y arenas duras, económicamente inviables para entonces. Nuestro ponente revisará varios métodos petrofísicos para evaluar los recursos de hidrocarburos en yacimientos no convencionales con tecnología de vanguardia y explicará un flujo de trabajo práctico para producir un modelo petrofísico. Igualmente, nos presentará un modelado en yacimientos no convencionales en América del Norte y del Sur. Este enfoque práctico, una vez implementado, puede ser realizado por un geocientífico como un flujo de trabajo automatizado rápido para generar mapas de zonas prospectivas, localizar las zonas con el “lomito” de producción e identificar los mejores bancos para la colocación de pozos horizontales y la distribución de éstos en varios yacimientos. ¿Quién es nuestro ponente? Jesús M. Salazar, Licenciado en Física de la UCV, obtuvo su MsC. y PhD de UT en Austin. Ingresó a Marathon Oil en Houston (2018) como su principal especialista en petrofísica, previamente laboró para ConocoPhillips, Oxy y PDVSA en Estados Unidos, Canadá, Australia y Venezuela, en diferentes cargos de tecnología, exploración y operaciones. Fue Presidente y VP de Tecnología de la Sociedad de Petrofísicos y Analista de Registros (SPWLA), Editor Ejecutivo de la revista arbitrada SPE Reservoir Evaluation and Engineering y Editor Asociado de Petrophysics. Desde el 2019 es Editor Asociado de SPE Journal. En el 2020 recibió el reconocimiento Peer Apart de SPE. Ha publicado numerosos artículos para revistas arbitradas y congresos. En el 2006 obtuvo el premio al mejor artículo publicado en Petrophysics.

  • Endorsed Event: Gastech

    Tuesday, September 5 - Friday, September 8, 2023
    Gastech is at the heart of the natural gas, LNG, hydrogen, low-carbon solutions, and climate technology conversation A landmark event in the energy industry’s calendar for over 50 years, Gastech 2023 is the world’s largest meeting place for natural gas, LNG, hydrogen, low-carbon solutions, and climate technologies. Gastech will take place at Singapore EXPO from 5 - 8 September. Gastech 2023 will look ahead to the future amidst an industry-wide transformation to drive progress to net zero. Industry thought leaders and innovators will gauge the outlook for the entire energy value chain during an unparalleled industry experience, over a four-day period. Singapore plays a growing and important role as a key energy hub, which boasts the world’s third largest refining centre, and will welcome over 300 Ministers, CEOs, and global business leaders. They will be joined by 4,000 delegates, 750 exhibitors, and 40,000 attendees from over 100 countries.

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    Singapore, Singapore

  • WEBINAR: La Realidad de la Comunicación en Nuestra Dinámica Actual

    Thursday, September 14, 2023, 05:00 PM - 06:00 PM VET
    · ¿Qué puedes llevarte de nuestro webinar?, · ¿Cómo influye el avance tecnológico en la comunicación interpersonal?. · ¿Estamos conscientes de los resultados de nuestra interacción con otros?. · ¿Cómo influyen las emociones al comunicarnos?. Estas interrogantes ilustran algunos de los escenarios que se nos presentan en los procesos de comunicación. Podemos educarnos para estar presentes de un modo que potencie la armonía y la cooperación, y que nos ayude a responder a nuestras necesidades: ¿cómo hacerlo?. Desde la reflexión y aprendizaje sobre nuestra comunicación habitual podemos ser más efectivos y coherentes con base en nuestros principios y valores. Nuestra ponente nos presenta el concepto y fundamentos del proceso de comunicación y la manera de integrar al comportamiento individual, técnicas y estrategias para mejorar la comunicación asertiva en el desempeño de nuestros roles. ¿Quién es nuestra ponente? Yuselly Sánchez, Lcda. en Educación (UCV), doble certificación internacional como Coach Organizacional (IAC). Especialista en Dinámicas de Grupo (UCV), Diplomada en Responsabilidad Social Empresarial (USB) y en Gerencia de RRHH (AVGH). Su trayectoria profesional es de más de 15 años en la gestión integral del Talento Humano, a través de la innovación, creatividad y eficiencia, posibilitando soluciones y servicios acorde a las diversas realidades organizacionales y del entorno. Es una apasionada por el desarrollo de competencias para la vida y el acompañamiento a organizaciones en la mejora continua a través de sus profesionales. Desde el año 2020 se ha desempeñado como facilitadora de procesos de enseñanza/aprendizaje para más de 2.000 personas de 15 países de Latinoamérica y Europa. Creó la metodología “Coaching del Aprendizaje”, la cual combina técnicas especializadas de Coaching de Equipos y metodologías de Dinámicas de Grupos, potenciando aprendizajes significativos en los participantes.

  • Regional Section Officers Meeting - The Hague

    Friday, September 15 - Sunday, September 17, 2023
    RSOM is a wonderful opportunity to meet fellow industry professionals and exchange ideas about business opportunities, issues and accomplishments in our sector. It is also an event for networking, section management, best practice sharing and learning. SPE events are focused on the need to display leadership in the industry with collaborative support from the industry. It is important for a successful event to have all the key stakeholders as part of our membership pool, as this brings diversity and collaboration to the table. This forum will provide an opportunity for exchange of, and exposure to, members from the entire region. It is anticipated some 70-90 Energy professionals will attend this event, comprising SPE European section board members, SPE regional award winners and students.
    The Hague, Netherlands

  • "Preferential Weld Corrosion and Integrity of Oil and Gas Facilities" | 18th September 2023

    Monday, September 18, 2023, 05:00 PM - 07:00 PM SAT
    SPE Maputo Section is proud to announce, in cooperation with SPE Nigeria, a Distinguish Lecturer on the 18th September 2023, by Dr. Michel Adegbite. Please register here: https://lnkd.in/envHX-Tj Hurry and make sure you guarantee your place at the event!!

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    Maputo, Mozambique

  • "Becoming the Best Version of You | SPE Maputo Section DL – 19th September"

    Tuesday, September 19, 2023, 05:00 PM - 07:00 PM SAT
    SPE Maputo Section is proud to announce, in cooperation with SPE Nigeria, a DL on 19th September 2023, "Becoming the Best Version of You" by Eng. Temitope Oshuntuyi . For participation, please register in the following link: https://lnkd.in/eP9eCz26 Hurry and make sure you guarantee your place at the event!!

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    Maputo, Mozambique

  • AGM and Distinguished Lecture: CO2 Geological Storage from 8 Years of Dynamic Injection at the Aquis

    Wednesday, September 20, 2023, 06:00 PM - 09:00 PM SGT
    CO2 Geological Storage from 8 Years of Dynamic Injection at the Aquistore CO2 Storage Site Rick Chalaturnyk University of Alberta and GeoVer Inc. Abstract: Do not underestimate the complexity of CO2 injection behaviour for full scale projects The Aquistore CO2 Storage Project is an integral component of SaskPower’s Boundary Dam CO2 Capture Project located in southeastern Saskatchewan, Canada. Operational synergies between the capture facility (supply) and CO2-EOR (demand) also require excess CO2 to be transported via pipeline to the Aquistore site where it is injected into a hyper-saline fluid filled sandstone formation at approximately 3300 m depth. The reservoir temperature is approximately 120 °C, and average reservoir pressure is 35 MPa. Preliminary laboratory measurements on core plugs gave average values of porosity and permeability, 6% and 5 mD respectively. The Aquistore site includes one injection well and one observation well approximately 150m offset from the injection well. Both wells are completed with various measurement and monitoring equipment, including distributed temperature sensing lines (DTS), distributed acoustic sensing line (DAS) and tubing/casing-conveyed pressure gauges at different levels to measure pressure and temperature changes downhole during to CO2 injection. This presentation focuses on dynamic responses that have been recorded since the completion of the CO2 injection well and the start of CO2 injection began on April 16, 2015 and discusses issues ranging from well integrity to reservoir simulation to seismic monitoring. This unprecedented opportunity to collect monitoring data on the dynamics of phase changes (i.e. supercritical to liquid to gas phase shifts) from the wellhead to the geological formation associated with CO2 injection. Real time monitoring data of these phase changes in the injection stream under fully integrated operational conditions provides unparalleled information for understanding geological storage under these conditions and optimizing completion systems Biography: Rick Chalaturnyk is a Professor of Geotechnical Engineering at the University of Alberta and holds an NSERC/Energi Simulation Industrial Research Chair in Reservoir Geomechanics. His Reservoir Geomechanics Research Group focusses primarily on subsurface processes related to energy processes. He has established four unique GeoInnovation Environments, which includes 3D printing of rocks, high temperature/pressure reservoir geomechanical testing capability and a geotechnical beam centrifuge. Rick has over 20 years’ experience in CCUS projects, is currently working with PTRC and SaskPower in the Aquistore Project, is pursuing the integration of CO2 storage and geothermal opportunities and is involved with several other international CCS initiatives. For the AGM the committee is calling for nominees. The current list of nominees is below. Reach out to Steph with nominees. Payment to WCW (treasurer) via paynow. Please RSVP ASAP.

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    Singapore, Singapore

  • The Role Of Reservoir Management In Lowering Our Carbon Footprint

    Thursday, October 5, 2023, 04:30 PM - 06:00 PM WAT
    Abstract: Engineers and scientists play a critical role in advancing innovative solutions to manage the carbon footprint and support activities that lead us towards the ‘global net-zero’ objective. Our traditional oil and gas production operations have generally not taken a systems approach that could result in lower carbon intensity. Effective reservoir and asset management practices can help improve this situation. In addition, subsurface aquifers and depleted reservoirs are the ideal place for supporting other industries reduce their carbon footprint due to the lack of currently available scalable commercial technologies. Evolving reservoir management practices support this immediate need. This talk will focus on understanding the basics of carbon intensity in our operations, provide some thoughts on how reservoir management practices can help improve the operations and ponder the activities of carbon storage in reservoirs. Dr. Jitendra Kikani is the Director of Reservoir Management (RM) for international businesses in the Chevron Technical Center. In this role, he is responsible for functional excellence, subsurface integrity and project assurance, as well as people development. Has published several dozen peer-reviewed technical papers and contributed to number of published books. He authored a textbook on Reservoir Surveillance which was published by the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) in 2013.

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    Luanda, Angola

  • WEBINAR: Operaciones Petroleras con Impacto: Aplicación Práctica de los Beneficios de ESG

    Thursday, October 5, 2023, 05:30 PM - 06:30 PM VET
    ¿Qué puedes llevarte de nuestro webinar?. El propósito de esta presentación es proporcionar a los asistentes una comprensión práctica de los principios ambientales, sociales y de gobernanza corporativa (ESG), el impacto en la Industria del Petróleo y las formas en que pueden gestionar estos aspectos en su labor diaria. Además de la terminología y los conceptos, aprenderemos: • Cómo se aplican los principios y marcos ESG a las empresas de petróleo y de gas. • Cómo integrar ESG en el equipo operativo e identificar y priorizar el riesgo. • Cómo identificar y evaluar oportunidades para aplicar ESG. • Elementos prácticos que se pueden incluir dentro de un equipo y en toda la empresa. • Como las empresas de petróleo y de gas están incorporando ESG en sus negocios. También, aprenderemos estrategias para adiestrar a los profesionales, existentes en la empresa, con los conocimientos de ESG y así maximizar el valor con la mejora de los procesos y cumplir con las regulaciones exigidas. ¿Quién es nuestro ponente? Jorge Pinedo, B.Sc. en Ing. Mecánica y Maestría en Ing. de Petróleo de Heriot-Watt University, Reino Unido. Su experiencia de más de 30 años, a nivel operacional, técnico y gerencial, la ha desarrollado en tierra y en alta mar en diversas áreas de la Industria Petrolera, incluyendo: petróleo, gas y gas de carbón, metano, exploración, evaluación, vigilancia y optimización de la producción, gestión de yacimientos, modelaje integrado de producción, gestión integrada de proyectos e implementación de sistemas de gestión QHSE. Su trayectoria en gestión de operaciones de producción abarca desde la exploración, el yacimiento, la preparación para la operación y puesta en marcha para la producción hasta las ventas, supervisando al personal de las áreas operacionales y al de la oficina. Ha laborado en: el Mar del Norte del Reino Unido, los Países Bajos, Pakistán, Egipto, Kuwait, Indonesia, Australia, Omán, Italia, Qatar, los Emiratos Árabes Unidos, China, Argelia, Perú e Iraq. Posee una larga trayectoria como colaborador de la SPE a nivel regional e internacional.

  • Distinguished Lecturer - Transforming How to Evaluate Wells and Unlock Reserves: Deep Transient Test

    Friday, October 6, 2023, 06:00 PM - 08:00 PM ICT
    Society of Petroleum Engineers Distinguished Lecturer Transforming How to Evaluate Wells and Unlock Reserves: Deep Transient Testing François-Xavier Dubost SLB 18:00 06 October 2023 BELGO, 159A Nguyen Van Thu, Q1 Abstract: Dynamic data, acquired using wireline formation testing or well testing techniques, are used by operators to address uncertainties associated with reserve estimates and productivity, while rationalizing field development and production costs. However, these evaluation techniques provide dynamic data at different length scales, and with different environmental footprint, cost, and operational constraints. To help reduce development risks, a Deep Transient Testing (DTT) technique was developed in response to an industry and customer need in 2015 and has been used since then by many oil companies. The method is a hybrid technique between wireline formation testing and Drill Stem Testing (DST) designed to meet local regulatory requirements to unlock reserves. It is based on innovations with higher resolution measurements, pumping of large fluid volumes on wireline at higher rates, extending testing time and circulating the produced fluids out of the well for safety and well control, without the requirement for surface flaring. These features enable dynamic reservoir characterization in thicker formations, higher permeabilities and with much deeper volume of investigation than previously available. Pressure transient testing and sampling results from DTT technique is now becoming an important component in operating companies’ reservoir evaluation programs. The DTT technique is embedded in a digital framework to provide early reservoir fluids models and reservoir insights coupled to geological models, so that well deliverability and prospect commerciality can be evaluated. DTT also aligns with global sustainable development goals, by enabling reductions in CO2 emissions by up to 96% percent, and offering high operational efficiency compared with other wireline formation testing systems to significantly reduce energy consumption. Biography: Francois-Xavier Dubost focused for 27 years on reservoir performance evaluation and recently joined the SLB HQ team as Reservoir Technical Director. Graduated from Herriot Watt University with an MSc in Reservoir Evaluation and Management, Francois has been looking at all angles of reservoir engineering topics from acquisition to interpretation and incorporation of the measurements into field models. He recently dedicated his interests in the field of Deep Transient Testing, introducing this topic to the industry with the first published papers, presenting it in different expert meetings and lectures, and acting as a leader internationally to develop this new technique. Francois co-authored over 30 publications and filed over 10 patents predominantly on Formation Testing & Sampling #DistinguishedLecturer #ReservoirDescriptionandDynamics

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    Hồ Chí Minh City, Viet Nam

  • 2023 SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition Registration

    Monday, October 16 - Wednesday, October 18, 2023
    All , SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition (ATCE) - 2023 The SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition 2023 is scheduled for 16-18 October in San Antonio, TX. Registration for the three-day event is currently open. Register soon to avail the early bird pricing, valid until 15 September 2023. Registration Link: http://go.spe.org/23ATCEregtso Event Flyers More about the Event Attend ATCE 2023 and witness some of the brightest minds in the industry share their expertise and advancements! Don’t miss out on the Keynote Luncheon, led by renowned energy expert Jarand Rystad, CEO of Rystad Energy, who will be paving the way for a future of innovation. Get ready to witness the dawn of a new era in the energy industry at 2023 ATCE. This groundbreaking event is a convergence of bright minds, cutting-edge technologies, and visionary strategies that will shape the trajectory of the industry. Put your finger on the pulse of innovation and explore new horizons in energy! Embrace the power of knowledge and unlock the potential of energy efficiency at SPE’s 2023 ATCE. Explore the various technical sessions that will delve into the powers of AI and digitalization, energy storage, drilling and completions, and innovative solutions that will impact the ever-evolving energy landscape. Learn from leaders at Suncor, Halliburton, Devon Energy, and more. The future of energy awaits! Delve into groundbreaking topics like renewable energy integration, digitalization, and sustainable practices. Discover how industry experts like Aaron Ketter from Devon Energy Corporation and Toby Rice from EQT are shaping the energy landscape of tomorrow. Don’t miss out, be at the forefront of energy innovation. Exciting news! The Technical Program is live for the 2023 SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition! Be in attendance to hear from hard-hitting speakers from leading companies like Rystad Energy, Suncor, Devon Energy, and more. Thank you, SPE - Flow Assurance Technical Section (FTS).

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    San Antonio, TX, United States

  • WORKSHOP: Día del Ingeniero 2023

    Thursday, October 26, 2023, 02:00 PM - 06:00 PM VET
    ¿Celebramos el Día del Ingeniero en la SPE Caracas Petroleum Section? Así es,... Es un reconocimiento a nuestros extraordinarios profesionales, quienes, al igual que nuestra SPE, están presentes donde haya hidrocarburos y se han convertido en un semillero para agregar valor y contribuir con su extracción acertadamente. Por cuarto año consecutivo festejamos y reconocemos las exitosas trayectorias de nuestros profesionales, donde quiera se encuentren, su disposición para compartir su conocimiento y su capacidad para aprender, adaptarse y gerenciar los cambios del entorno. ¿Te unes a nuestro festejo?

  • Artifical Lift - ESPs. A lecture by Subject Matter Expert Jeff Dwiggins

    Thursday, October 26, 2023, 06:00 PM - 09:00 PM SG
    Bio Jeff Dwiggins has worked in the oil and gas industry for 30+ years and in the ESP industry since 1989. Prior to starting his consulting career, Jeff worked for Mobil Oil Corporation, Reda Pump Company and Wood Group ESP in various capacities. In 2002 Jeff founded Dwiggins Consulting LLC and subsequently founded Artificial Lift Solutions Pte Ltd (ALS), a Singapore company in 2009. Over the years Jeff has become recognized as an expert in the application and operation of electric submersible pumping systems (ESPs). Jeff and his team of engineers work on a wide variety of ESP and artificial lift projects throughout the world. Jeff was the project engineer for the initial development of cable deployed and coiled tubing deployed ESPs. Jeff holds patents on these applications and has authored papers on these topics. Additionally, Jeff has authored several SPE papers and articles on various topics relating to ESPs. Jeff routinely teaches courses on ESP failure analysis in such forums as the ESP Symposium, Artificial Lift Conference and Exhibition, Middle East Artificial Lift Conference, and others. Currently, Jeff and his team are working on projects worldwide, including in North America, in conventional and unconventional applications. Cost (for registration in advance): Members $35 / Non-members $50 / Students-retired-unemployed $25 Please register through this website so we record your name and email address. We only receive payment by Paynow or bank transfer. IMPORTANT: You will need to make a payment in advance. Please pay by Paynow to WCW at 8337 4173. Remember to indicate your name in the reference. Official receipt will be sent to your email after the event. Payment at the door is $75 for everyone. See you soon! Please feel free to contact Arinta via WhatsApp or email for any questions or clarification. Contact details below.

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    Singapore, Singapore

  • Tech Talk: Retrofit Thru-tubing Deep Gas Lift - A Case Study from Brunei

    Thursday, November 2, 2023, 06:00 PM - 08:00 PM ICT
    Retrofit Thru-tubing Deep Gas Lift - A Case Study from Brunei Scott Gutleber & Threedhases Jiamjarasrungsi Weatherford 02 November 2023 BELGO - Q1 HCMC Abstract Scott and Nat will present a case study for a shut-in offshore oil producer in Brunei with multiple tubing leaks. An innovative thru-tubing retrofit gas lift system was installed, isolating the leaks and allowing for lift gas injection below the production packer. The gas lift valve was placed 200 m TVD deeper than the lowermost side pocket mandrel, enabling production from a deeper depth than would be possible using conventional gas lift. Within four hours of starting lift gas injection, the well was flowing steadily with 900 kPa of FWHP. This cost-effective approach helped the operator avoid an expensive workover and maximize production potential. Biographies Threedhases Jiamjarasrungsi (Nat) is Operations Manager at Weatherford with over 12 years of experience in artificial lift and production solutions in Thailand, Myanmar, and Vietnam. He holds a Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering and began his career as an artificial lift engineer. Over the years, he has held a variety of roles in artificial lift, production chemicals, procurement, and digital solutions. He also served as a Board of Director for the SPE Thailand Chapter. Scott Gutleber is a Technical Sales Engineer from Weatherford with 14 years of experience in rigless well intervention. He holds a Bachelors degree in Materials Science Engineering and a Bachelors degree in Finance from the University of Pennsylvania. Scott is currently based in Bangkok, having completed assignments in Asia, the Middle East, West Africa, and the North Sea. Agenda 18:00 - 18:30 - Welcome Drinks and Food 18:30 - 19:30 - Presentation, Q&A 19:30+ - Networking Registration: Free entry for all participants This is a face-to-face session only Contact Robert Fargo on +84903689948 or robert.fargo@harbourenergy.com Have you registered for SPE membership or sponsorship? SPE members enjoy distinct access to a vast collection of resources, programs and services in conjunction with building a recognized community and having each member’s voice heard.For more information, please log on to https://www.spe.org/en/members/ Join now. Get involved locally.

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    Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam

  • Mastering the Challenges of High-Frequency Torsional Oscillations in Hard Rock Drilling

    Thursday, November 9, 2023, 04:30 PM - 06:00 PM WAT
    Abstract: Vibrations induced by the drilling process limit the drilling efficiency directly and indirectly. Directly if the delivery of power to the cutting process is negatively impacted through vibrations, indirectly if a limitation of the operational parameters is necessary to reduce vibrational loads and avoid reliability issues. The lecture gives an overview on these aspects focusing on High- Frequency Torsional Oscillations (HFTO). HFTO is increasingly discussed in the drilling industry since about ten years, driven by the new ability to systematically detect them The audience shall connect drilling in hard and dense formation with PDC cutters and rotary steerable systems to HFTO. The complexity of the proper interpretation of the measurements related to HFTO is highlighted. Also, audience is kindly asked to consider HFTO in the planning phase of each drilling operations, and if expected from the drilling application, to plan for it accordingly

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    Luanda, Angola

  • SPE NL November Meeting & Lecture

    Monday, November 13, 2023, 06:00 PM - 10:00 PM CET
    Ticket shop opens 30 October.
    The Hague, Netherlands

  • CO2 in, CH4 out! A Useful Concept for Hydrates?

    Monday, November 27, 2023, 09:00 AM - 10:00 AM CT
    Overview Natural gas hydrate deposits are found on all active and passive continental margins as well as in permafrost regions and deep lakes. Their worldwide occurrence and the large quantities of natural gas they contain make them appear to be both an energy source and a potential climate factor. In order to use the methane bound in gas hydrate deposits in the most climate-neutral way possible, it has been proposed to combine the extraction of natural gas from the gas hydrates with the injection of CO2: The methane gas trapped in the gas hydrates is to be replaced by CO2. In recent years, a large number of experimental and numerical simulations have been performed to understand the interaction between injected CO2 and the hydrate-bearing sediment. This webinar summarizes the main results and highlights the challenges and potential opportunities of the method. This webinar is categorized under the Projects, Facilities, and Construction technical discipline. All content contained within this webinar is copyrighted by Judith Schicks and its use and/or reproduction outside the portal requires express permission from Judith Schicks. Speaker: Judith Schicks Dr. Judith M. Schicks is the head of the Gas Hydrate Research Group at the German Research Centre for Geosciences GFZ, Potsdam, Germany and holds a professorship for thermodynamics of multiphase systems at the University of Potsdam, Germany. The group's research focuses on understanding the thermodynamics of complex gas hydrates and their application in natural and industrial systems. She received her diploma in chemistry in 1995 and her PhD in applied physical chemistry in 1999 from the Gerhard Mercator University of Duisburg. In 2013 she habilitated with a thesis on gas hydrates at the University of Potsdam, where she was appointed “Privatdozentin” in 2014 and as Professor at 2021. At the University of Potsdam, she teaches the subjects of environmental chemistry, analytics, and the fundamentals and applications of clathrate hydrates. Moderator: Aziz Rahman Dr. Aziz Rahman is an Associate Professor in the Petroleum Engineering Program at Texas A&M University - Qatar (TAMUQ). Before his appointment at TAMUQ, he was a faculty member at the Memorial University of Newfoundland and an Instructor at the University of Alberta, Canada. Dr. Rahman received his Ph.D. from the University of Alberta, Canada, in 2010. Since then, he has been involved in several research collaborations with companies, including Total Energies, Qatargas, Schlumberger, North Oil Company, NEL, Syncrude Canada, GRi Simulations, and Petroleumsoft. During this time, Dr. Rahman secured around $2.5 million in research funding from organizations such as the Qatar Foundation, Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, and Newfoundland Research & Development Corp. He is a registered Professional Engineer in Alberta, Canada, and an active member of organizations such as SPE and ASME.

  • Production Enhancement Projects: A New Mindset to Boost Hydrocarbon from Brown Fields.

    Monday, November 27, 2023, 06:00 PM - 07:00 PM EET
    Join Maria Leticia Vazquez, Business Development Manager for Production Enhancement Projects at SLB, as she introduces an innovative strategy aimed at increasing production, reducing operational costs, and mitigating environmental impact.
    Cairo, Egypt

  • Technical Talk: Latest in Completions

    Thursday, November 30, 2023, 06:00 PM - 09:00 PM SGT
    Outline : Let’s talk about completions! It is the critical connection between the well and the reservoir to maximize the recovery of oil and gas. We will start with the basics of completion designs from sandface to upper completions. The next part is about maximizing infrastructure and efficiency with electric intelligent completion systems. Electrification and digitalization of completions provide the greatest opportunity to increase field recovery efficiency and reduce infrastructure. We will also touch on the topic of extended reach and multilaterals to improve reservoir production by accessing numerous production zones or by increasing the contact area between a wellbore and a formation with minimal increase in drilling and completion costs. Bio : Arinta Fadly is an experienced (15+ years of seniority) oil and gas professional with an international background. She is currently a Product Champion for the Completions product line for SLB, overseeing the global reach of gas lift products and services. Prior to moving to Singapore, Arinta worked as an instructor for core completion in SLB’s Middle East and Asia learning center in Abu Dhabi, UAE. Having worked in the field operations for almost 10 (ten) years, she experienced firsthand running various completion installations, as both field supervisor and project engineer in different kinds of environments, including onshore, offshore, platform, subsea, workover rigs, and ultra-deepwater rigs. She has experience not only in upper completions but also in sand control equipment, multilateral wells, and multistage stimulation. Arinta holds a bachelor's degree in computer science from Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia, and is currently pursuing an MBA at Nanyang Business School, NTU, Singapore, class of 2023. Cost (for registration in advance up to 24 hours before the event ): Members $35 / Non-members $50 / Students-retired-unemployed $25 Please register through this website so we can record your name and email address. We only receive payment by Paynow. IMPORTANT: You will need to make a payment in advance. Please pay by Paynow to WCW at 8337 4173. Remember to indicate your name in the reference. Official receipt will be sent to your email after the event. Payment at the door is $75 for everyone. Cost includes food and beverages. See you soon! Please feel free to contact Arinta (SPE Singapore Program Chair) via WhatsApp (+65 8647 1104) or email ( afadly@slb.com ) for any questions or clarification.

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    Singapore, Singapore

  • 2023 End of Year Party!

    Wednesday, December 6, 2023, 06:00 PM - 09:00 PM SGT
    Dear members, You are cordially invited to our end-of-year party, held on Wednesday, 6 December, from 6 to 9 p.m., at Dallas Restaurant and Bar (Level 3), 31 Boat Quay. This event is a collaboration with the AIEN (Association of International Energy Negotiators) society. This invitation is for SPE Singapore chapter members only . Advance registration and cross-checking of a valid membership list will be required. Please register through the registration section of this page. This will be an opportunity to connect with energy industry colleagues, exchange ideas, and expand your professional circle while celebrating the year-end over drinks and nibbles. Price: Members $35. IMPORTANT: Payment at the door is NOT available, and only registration paid before the 4th of December will be included in the attendance list Please pay by Paynow to WCW at 8337 4173. Official receipt will be sent to your email after the event. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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    Singapore, Singapore

  • Compartir Navideño 2023

    Thursday, December 7, 2023, 05:00 PM - 06:00 PM VET
    ¿A la expectativa de nuestro Compartir Navideño?... Prepárate e invita a tus colegas para el disfrute de lo previsto en nuestro evento de cierre de año, cuya presentación de lo relevante del 2023 realizará Tomás Mata, extrapolando lo que se espera sean los cambios posibles a nivel energético para Venezuela. Adelantarte a los festejos de fin de año, brindando por la prosperidad y por el bienestar de todos para el 2023, en un ambiente musical acorde. Te esperamos!

  • SPE NL December Meeting & Lecture

    Monday, December 11, 2023, 06:00 PM - 09:30 PM CET
    The Hague, Netherlands

  • Investigation of Casing Leak Problem in Deep Wells: Does the Data Give a Wrong Answer?

    Tuesday, December 19, 2023, 06:00 PM - 07:00 PM EET
    The SPE Egyptian Section is thrilled to announce the insightful presentation of the December Monthly Meeting titled "Investigation of Casing Leak Problem in Deep Wells: Does the Data Give a Wrong Answer?" Marwa Alqutt, an esteemed expert in Drilling Fluids and Cementing, will lead an engaging session where attendees will dive into the complexities of casing leaks in deep wells. The presentation offers a valuable exploration of casing leak challenges, navigating through data interpretation and analysis, and shedding light on potential misinterpretations that could lead to inaccurate conclusions. Join us on Dec. 19th at Khalda Petroleum Company for an enriching experience. Secure your spot now to be part of this impactful conversation led by Marwa Alqutt . Best regards, SPE Egyptian Section
    Cairo, Egypt

  • i-trak/Corva Technology - Digitalization

    Tuesday, January 23, 2024, 06:00 PM - 07:00 PM EET
    Join us for an insightful session on "i-trak/Corva Technology - Digitalization," where we'll delve into Baker Hughes’ OFSE Digital Capabilities, delivering a step-change in operational efficiency. Discover the latest advancements in digital technologies transforming the Oil & Gas industry. By Eng. Hesham Al Kholy
    cairo, Egypt

  • Joint with AIEN Workshop: Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage in the APAC Energy Industry

    Thursday, January 25, 2024, 09:00 AM - 07:00 PM SGT
    The Singapore SPE section is collaborating with the AIEN to bring you an outstanding event at members rate. If you are SPE member but not AIEN member, you can still register with member's rate. Below are the details of the event: One-day conference on “Carbon Capture, Utilization & Storage in the APAC Energy Industry”. The conference will focus on CCS/CCUS issues that are relevant for the energy industry in the Asia Pacific region. The focus will be on global sustainability issues such as: Introduction to the basic technical, transportation, commercial, and legal concepts associated with CCS/CCUS. An understanding of the minimum standards required to facilitate CCS/CCUS and the tools to evaluate existing legislative and regulatory frameworks to improve these regimes. An understanding of how the industry is considering CCS/CCUS projects in selected APAC countries in the absence of comprehensive regulatory frameworks, including the development of contractual models to mitigate risks. A discussion on market creation and current financing mechanisms to support CCS/CCUS in Asia. This conference will include a diverse group of highly experienced and knowledgeable professionals in the energy industry. Our speakers and panelists will address topics such as the role of CCS/CCUS as a low-carbon solution, legal risks associated with inadequate regulatory structures, opportunities in APAC, the current regulatory frameworks in Asia Pacific, and more. Conference Co-chairs Michael Arruda, King & Spalding LLP Egon van der Hoeven, ExxonMobil Low Carbon Solutions Continuing Education Credits AIEN is an accredited sponsor approved by the State Bar of Texas Committee on MCLE. The number of MCLE credit hours awarded for this event are still being determined. Registration Fees Your conference registration includes digital materials, breaks, a lunch and a Networking Reception. Your registration does not include hotel and travel accommodations. All fees are in USD. Member Rates AIEN/SPE Active Member: $300 Government/National Company Member: $300 Non-Member Rates Non-AIEN and Non-SPE member: $375 SPE Singapore members' special : you can get a discounted price of $300. Please contact Paulina directly (details at the bottom of this page) to get your discount coupon code. You will then enter the discount coupon code when submitting the payment on the registration website page. Click the blue button "Register Now" below. Objectives This one-day forum will: · Introduce basic technical, commercial, and legal concepts associated with CCS/CCUS · Describe minimum standards required to facilitate CCS/CCUS and the tools to evaluate existing legislative and regulatory frameworks to improve these regimes · Discuss market creation and financing mechanisms available to support CCS/CCUS in Asia · Discuss how the industry is considering CCS/CCUS projects in selected APAC countries in the absence of robust regulatory frameworks, including the development of contractual models to mitigate risk Sessions / Panels / Speakers 1. Welcome Remarks (9:00 am – 9:15 am) – Michael Arruda, AIEN Asia Regional Director, King & Spalding LLP (Tokyo) 2. Keynote : Role of CCS/CCUS as a Low Carbon Solution and Opportunity in APAC (9:15 am - 9:45 am) – Abstract : Countries and companies are setting aggressive net-zero targets, while hydrocarbon energy forms are still required to meet the world's energy demands. Carbon capture, utilization, and storage, at scale, will be among the tools necessary to reach these targets. The keynote speaker will set the stage for how CCS/CCUS’s potential can provide large scale solutions for hard-to-decarbonize sectors of the economy with a focus on its role in Asia Pacific. 3. The Value Chain of Carbon – Capturing, Transporting and Storing CO2 (9:45 am – 11:00 am) Abstract : CCS technology has been deployed for nearly half a century. Employing this solution at scale and across borders requires new policies to establish a value chain between emitters, transporters, and storage providers. This panel will provide an overview of the technical aspects of CCS/CCUS; market creation and financing, including Inflation Reduction Act and Joint Carbon Market (Japan); and liability considerations for CCS/CCUS projects. a. Overview / Moderator: Mark Tandy, Senior Business Developer, EP/NB-CN/CCS, TotalEnergies (Paris) b. Technical i. Capture / Hubs Joseph Stroffolino, Solution Development Manager, Energy Transition APAC, Air Liquide (Singapore) ii. Transportation – Shipping, Pipelines, Terminals Yuji Aibara, Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (Tokyo) iii. Storage / MMV Prabhat Agrawal, Senior Advisor, Gaffney Cline (Singapore) c. Risk Management Baker Botts – Michael Harrison, Partner (Singapore) \ d. Market Creation and Financing Standard Chartered – Kamal Khullar, Managing Director, Energy and Resources – Asia Pacific and Middle East (Singapore) Networking Break (11:00 am – 11:15 am) 4. Current Regulatory Frameworks in Asia Pacific (11:15 am – 12:30 pm) Abstract : Enabling large scale CCS/CCUS projects requires regional cooperation and corresponding national policies to encourage investment, development, and safe operations. Comprehensive legislation or regulations have yet to be put in place to do so. While countries' policies are in varying stages of development, long-term investors require certain minimum legislative and regulatory standards to underpin investments decisions. This panel will cover the current legal and regulatory frameworks in certain Asia Pacific countries and discuss minimum standards necessary to encourage investment and realize development of CCS/CCUS value chain. Speakers/moderators under consideration a. Singapore : Kelvin Wong, Partner, Allen & Gledhill (Singapore) b. Indonesia : Belladonna Maulianda, Special Advisor Coordinating Ministry Maritime Affairs and Investment, Executive Director of Indonesia CCS Center (Jakarta) c. Malaysia : Emry Hisham Yusoff, Head of Carbon Management Division, Petronas (Kuala Lumpur) d. Australia : Jocelyn Taylor, Manager, CCUS & H2 Collaborations, Department of Climate Change, Energy the Environment and Water (Canberra) Moderator : TK & Partners , Ed Lock, Managing Director (Bangkok) (Co-Author, “Unlocking Asia–Pacific’s Vast Carbon-Capture Potential”, McKinsey & Company (February 2023)) Lunch Break: 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm 5. Legal Risks Associated with Inadequate Regulatory Structures (2:00 pm – 3:15 pm) Abstract : Incomplete regulations and inconsistent frameworks across the Asia Pacific region require interim solutions to bridge the gaps. This panel will discuss legal challenges associated with gaps in the regulatory frameworks, cross-border considerations, and brainstorm possible solutions. a. King & Spalding – Zoe Bromage, Partner (Singapore) b. Shearman & Sterling – Angie Bible, Counsel (Singapore) c. Squire, Patton, Boggs – Natalie Lonergan, Partner (Sydney) Moderator : Professor Tina Soliman Hunter, Macquarie University (Sydney) (co-author, Implications of ‘Net-Zero Emissions by 2050’ for the Hydrocarbon Industry: A Case Study of Selected Mature Petroleum Jurisdictions , JWELB) Networking Break: (3:15 pm – 3:30 pm) 6. Commercializing Carbon (3:30 pm – 4:45 pm) Abstract : There are minimum commercial and regulatory standards required to regulate the capture and storage of carbon and to provide the potential for entering into commercial arrangements for its utilization. This panel will discuss those minimum standards and current efforts underway in Asia Pacific and elsewhere – including the development of model contractual arrangements -- to ensure that the benefits of CCS/CCUS can be realized to assist countries and companies realize their net zero ambitions. a. Petronas – Emry Hisham Yusoff, Head of Carbon Management Division – Kasawari (Kuala Lumpur) b. ExxonMobil – Christina Konvicka, Global Policy Coordinator – Indonesia CCS Hubs (Houston) c. Chevron – Vitaly Osokin, Business Development Manager New Energies, Asia Pacific (Singapore) d. Santos – Nick Pembshaw, Vice President, Infrastructure (Adelaide) Moderator : Phil Solomon, Managing Director, Berkeley Research Group (Singapore) 7. Closing Remarks (4:45 pm – 5:00 pm) 8. Networking and Cocktail Reception (5:00 pm – 7:00 pm)

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    Singapore, Singapore

  • WEBINAR: Nueva Tecnología para Optimizar y Automatizar la Producción en Campos Maduros

    Thursday, January 25, 2024, 05:00 PM - 06:00 PM VET
    ¿Qué puedes esperar de nuestro Webinar sobre Nueva tecnología para optimizar y automatizar la producción en campos maduros? Nuestro ponente nos dará a conocer esta tecnología y su uso en la Industria Petrolera en Venezuela, aprovechando su potencial para la recuperación de la producción diferida en campos maduros. También, nos mostrará en qué consiste esta tecnología, qué es y cómo funciona la válvula automática de superficie, su instalación, requisitos de aplicación, pozos candidatos, ventajas y experiencias con resultados de campo. ¿Quién es nuestro ponente? Julio Granadillo, Ingeniero de Petróleo de la Universidad Central de Venezuela, con un Diplomado sobre Formación para Gerentes de la Industria del Petróleo y del Gas Nacional, en el IESA. Ha laborado en las siguientes empresas: Primera Resources en el desarrollo de software; en Castillomax Oil and Gas, S.A como asesor de nuevas tecnologías; en GETCO GULFENERGY COMPANY LIMITED como asesor de proyectos de exploración y explotación de hidrocarburos y en la Corporación Venezolana del Petróleo (CVP) en el área de desarrollo de negocios. Actualmente se desempeña como profesor del Ciclo Básico y como Ingeniero de Desarrollo de Tecnologías de Ekabel en la Universidad Central de Venezuela.

  • SAVE THE DATE: SPE NL Black Tie Candlelight Dinner & Dance 2024

    Thursday, January 25, 2024, 07:00 PM - 11:00 PM CET

  • SPE NL Events Programme: Feb '24 - Oct '24

    Wednesday, February 14 - Wednesday, November 6, 2024
    Thursday 15th February. Underground Hydrogen Storage Workshop organised by SPE NL. Monday 11th March. SPE NL Monthly Lecture. Distinguished Lecturer Martin Storey discusses "A survival guide for digital transformation". Monday 8th April. SPE NL Monthly Lecture. Emanuele Gemelli (Petrogas): Emissions reduction management. Monday 13th May. SPE NL Monthly Lecture. Dr. Mark Davis (Capterio): “How advanced analytics is accelerating net zero progress, creating value and reducing gas flaring”. Wednesday 15th May. SPE NL CCS Workshop. Monday 17th June. SPE NL Energy Day. Monday 17th June. Joint PGK/SPE BBQ and Meeting. “Machine-Learning for Efficient CO2 Storage Modeling” Monday 9th September. SPE NL Monthly Lecture. Geertjan Og: Canopus Drilling Technology (tentative) Monday 14th October: SPE NL Monthly Lecture. Jeroen Abels: "Permitting process for N05-A" - learnings and the story about the N05-A project and its role in the energy transition

  • Regenerative Practice for Oil & Gas: Our Unique Opportunity to be Part of the Solution

    Wednesday, February 14, 2024, 06:00 PM - 07:00 PM EET
    Regenerative practice is a new concept for the industry which has practiced resource extraction for over a century. Our industry has an unprecedented opportunity to be a major contributor to climate change solutions due to our training and expertise. Regeneration is a natural outcome of resource stewardship. Just as we, as an industry, strive to be more efficient in our use of time, material, and energy, we must also become better stewards of the conditions that enable humans to thrive on the planet. Our industry is crucial for a prosperous future. Regenerative practice is the key. Concepts like the circular economy, bioeconomics, and biomimicry are discussed and examples of their integration into operations are provided. The key takeaway for this talk is that we all have a role in a regenerative future for the industry

  • Workshop: Introduction to Underground Hydrogen Storage Developments

    Thursday, February 15, 2024, 10:00 AM - 06:00 PM NL
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    Rijswijk, Netherlands

  • WEBINAR: Tecnología LoRaWAN para Automatizar la Producción en Campos de Petróleo y de Gas

    Thursday, February 15, 2024, 05:00 PM - 06:00 PM VET
    ¿Cuál es el tema? Tecnología LoRaWAN para automatizar producción en campos de petróleo y de gas. Nuestros ponentes Javier y Elroy nos darán a conocer esta tecnología, la cual se ha comenzado a utilizar en la Industria Petrolera de Venezuela y de otros países, cuyas características permiten su instalación en lugares remotos para mejorar la producción, mediante el ajuste de los parámetros en tiempo real, realizar un estricto control y seguimiento de las operaciones, desde la seguridad de los equipos, los profesionales que allí laboran y el resguardo del medio ambiente. El uso de esta tecnología, con alto esfuerzo local, requiere un estudio de los requerimientos del cliente para su implantación y obtención de resultados exitosos. Es una herramienta de excelente relación costo/beneficio y rápida integración con aplicaciones de software existentes en la empresa del cliente. LoRaWAN ofrece una manera fácil y económica para agilizar objetivos operativos y facilitar la migración a campos digitales y LLot. También nos presentan casos reales de campo, donde se integra exitosamente esta tecnología para atender las necesidades diversas de los pozos. ¿Quiénes son nuestros ponentes? Javier Medina, Ing. en Electrónica, con Especializaciones en Telecom., Gestión y Consultoría de Telecom., y Diplomado en Ciberseguridad, con más de 25 años de experiencia en el mercado de telecomunicación y tecnología. Ha laborado en diferentes empresas como Siemens, Nortel y ZTE. Posee amplia experiencia con fabricantes de equipos como como Huawei, Cisco, Juniper. Actualmente se desempeña como gerente de la empresa COLBITS, compañía orientada a I+D y enfocada en desarrollar sistemas embebidos (hardware y software) para aplicaciones en el ecosistema de Territorios Inteligentes. Elroy Rosado, BSc en Tecnología y Comun., MBA, con Diplomados en Sist. de Telemetría y Automat. y Control. Con experiencia mayor a 25 años, ha laborado en Schneider Electric, Control Microsystems y Freeware Technologies, desempeñando cargos ejecutivos relacionados con ventas y desarrollo de nuevos negocios para América. Actualmente se desempeña como CEO en la empresa Advance Industrial Wireless Technologies and Solutions (AIWTS), con sede en USA.. Te esperamos!

  • SPE NL March Meeting & Lecture

    Tuesday, February 27, 2024, 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM BA
    The Hague, Netherlands

  • WEBINAR: Activando tu Liderazgo Personal...Estrategias para el Éxito en Transiciones Críticas

    Thursday, March 7, 2024, 05:00 PM - 06:00 PM VET
    ¿Qué puedes esperar de está presentación? Es un webinar diseñado para profesionales en busca de herramientas prácticas para triunfar en momentos de cambio y desafío. Este evento único muestra cómo el liderazgo es esencial en el lugar de labores y crucial en la vida cotidiana. Exploramos diversas habilidades de liderazgo: comunicación asertiva, toma de decisiones, gestión de conflictos y la dirección personal. Mostramos nuevas perspectivas sobre este tema y estrategias probadas para gestionar desafíos y comprender la importancia del liderazgo personal en la consecución de las metas. Aprenderemos como enfocar soluciones para superar crisis de identidad, estrés financiero e impacto emocional con métodos prácticos como Inteligencia Emocional, Resiliencia, Networking y Planificación Estratégica Adaptativa. Aprovecha esta experiencia transformadora y la oportunidad de descubrir el líder que llevas dentro y así trazar un curso hacia el éxito en todas las áreas de tu vida. Prepárate para desatar tu potencial de liderazgo. ¿Quién es nuestro ponente? Alessandro Ungredda, Ing. Mecánico egresado de la USB, VZLA, en 1986, y con MSc en Gerencia de Tecnología en el MIT, Cambridge MA, en 1993. Es un profesional con más de 30 años de experiencia en la Industria del Petróleo y del Gas y una amplia trayectoria en planificación estratégica y gestión de tecnología. Su recorrido profesional incluye roles clave en consultoría gerencial, desarrollo de negocios y liderazgo de proyectos en empresas líderes del sector. Alessandro es reconocido por su capacidad para comunicar ideas complejas de manera clara y efectiva. Su enfoque práctico y orientado a resultados, junto con su experiencia internacional y multilingüe, lo convierten en un experto calificado para impartir este webinar "Activando tu Liderazgo Personal: Estrategias para el Éxito en Transiciones Críticas". Aprovecha esta oportunidad única de aprender de un profesional con una amplia experiencia en la industria. Te esperamos!

  • SPE Distinguished Lecture - Jaideva Goswami - Early Kick Detection

    Friday, March 22, 2024, 01:00 PM - 02:00 PM NT
    PLEASE RSVP BELOW A kick or an influx may be defined as an unintended flow of formation fluid into the borehole. It occurs when the wellbore pressure falls below the formation pore pressure. Not all kicks are dangers; however, an uncontrolled kick can lead to catastrophic events. A reliable early kick detection and monitoring system is critical to maintaining wellbore stability. Typically, the gain in pit volume and change in flow rate serve as some of the primary kick indicators. Secondary indicators include borehole pressure, temperature, resistivity, mud properties, and cuttings. While the gain in pit volume can indicate the kick with higher reliability, the downhole measurements in conjunction with high-speed telemetry and advanced real-time processing algorithms can be an effective early warning system, enabling timely mitigation plans. This lecture begins with some basics of wellbore stability, kick indicators, and monitoring systems. Various downhole sensor measurements and their relevance to kick detection are discussed. Both experimental and field examples are presented to illustrate the methodology. Pressure data are analyzed to estimate change in density and correlate it with the type, location, and evolution of the influx along the wellbore. Some innovative ideas on sensor design and realtime data processing for event detection and uncertainty quantification are discussed. One key message from this lecture: Kicks can be catastrophic, but recent and future developments in sensor technology, data processing, and telemetry are enabling timely identification and mitigation plans.

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    St. John's, NF, Canada

  • Angola International Conference & Student Paper Contest

    Monday, April 1, 2024, 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM WAT
    Luanda, Angola

  • WEBINAR: Perspectivas del Gas Natural en Venezuela

    Thursday, April 4, 2024, 05:00 PM - 06:00 PM VET
    ¿Qué puedes esperar de está presentación? Nuestro ponente nos presenta una visión del negocio del gas natural en Venezuela, más enfocada en el midstream y downstream. Los retos y oportunidades en materia de gas, el entendimiento del mercado, la fijación de los precios, los mercados de exportación y las oportunidades en el mercado interno venezolano. Igualmente, nos dará a conocer la infraestructura existente y nos permitirá entender la base de recursos. ¿Quién es nuestro ponente? Antero Alvarado, Lic. en Admón. de Negocios y Maestría en Economía de la Energía, IFP, Francia. Desde el 2014 se desempeña como profesor del IESA, especialidad gas natural, cuyo objetivo es incentivar el uso en Venezuela, en sustitución de combustibles líquidos, y la reducción de emisiones de CO2, producto de la quema de este recurso. Ha sido tutor de diversos trabajos de grado y ha formado a más de 300 estudiantes en el área del gas natural. Fue fundador de la oficina de GELA en Venezuela y actualmente, es socio y director de Gas Energy Latín América. Por más de 20 años ha liderado estudios de la rentabilidad del gas natural en la región y la evaluación de riesgos de mercados. Desde 2021 es Chairman del Caracas Gas Forum, evento único que une el ámbito de los negocios con la academia, orientado a posicionar a Venezuela y a este encuentro como el de mayor prestigio a nivel nacional. Antero, es invitado, como experto en la región, a dictar charlas, a participar en foros y en programas de radio y televisión, a nivel nacional e internacional. También, escribe para Energy Advisor, revista del Inter-American Dialogue con sede en Washington. Es co-autor y autor de varios libros, entre los cuales están: Energía y Dignidad Humana, Gas Natural en Venezuela Incentivos Regulación y Transición; La Industria gasífera en Venezuela. Es autor de las publicaciones: Gas para todos: Transición Energética y Justicia Social en Venezuela. Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, Caracas 2023 y Llegó la hora del gas natural, Revista SIC, diciembre 2022.

  • Let's Challenge the Deepwater Well Design Paradigm with Casing Drilling

    Wednesday, April 24, 2024, 06:00 PM - 07:00 PM EET
    Deepwater well design has not really evolved in the last half-century. A major design deficiency is the shallow setting depth of the initial conductor casing not leveraging the increasing fracture gradient below the seafloor. The initial conductor setting depth is limited to about 400 feet below the seafloor due to the technical limitations of the jetting process. Jetting uses bit and mud motor technology without pipe rotation to “push” the conductor casing into the formation without pipe rotation which is insufficient for drilling harder sediment. The result is premature slimming of well architecture in the riserless interval leading to narrow drilling operating pressure windows deeper in the well. This deficiency in well design and inefficient mitigation of shallow hazards are reasons deepwater operators may fall short of their well construction objectives. This presentation makes the case for casing drilling as a viable replacement for jetting in the initial conductor. Unlike jetting, casing drilling is a more mechanically efficient drilling system not limited by mud motor output as it uses casing rotation to drill. Casing drilling is well-proven in land and shallow water operations for top-hole drilling efficiency, reducing flat times and mitigating hazard intervals in a single trip. This talk will discuss transitioning casing drilling to the deepwater riserless interval where it can be an enabling technology to deepen the initial conductor depth based on fracture gradient, a mitigant for shallow hazards, and a means of providing deepwater operators a more optimal well design for a successful outcome. Speaker Biography: Steve Rosenberg is Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer for Subsea Drive Corporation. He has held various engineering and management positions for Weatherford with 40 years of experience in the oil and gas industry, including operator and rig contractor drilling engineering positions. Steve served as an SPE Distinguished Lecturer for the 2020-2021 season and is widely regarded as a subject matter expert in casing and liner drilling applications having authored numerous papers and articles on these subjects. Additionally, he holds three patents. Steve earned BS degrees; in Petroleum Engineering from Mississippi State University and in Biology from St. Lawrence University.
    Cairo, Egypt

  • Geothermal - Overview

    Wednesday, April 24, 2024, 06:00 PM - 08:30 PM SGT
    The talk will cover main aspects of the geothermal industry with a special focus on the subsurface exploration for heat capacity of an area. - types of heat sources - map of the world with main infos : countries where geothermal plays an important role, highlights about what's happening and what happened) - types of usage (heat or electricity prod), types of development - stages of development - important rules and regulations to abide other international and give some local highlights - why is geothermal developed (strength) and what are the weaknesses (risks, difficulties, costs) - some notable examples Bio: Christovik Simatupang is Baker Hughes Geothermal Advisor. Prior to that he was Chevron's geochemistry specialist with focus on geothermal. He has 20 years supporting the geothermal industry, especially in the field of geochemistry and geology, and co-authored 17 papers. The geothermal experiences were obtained from various geothermal systems, namely, - steam dominated in Darajat, - liquid dominated in Salak, - fault-controlled system in Silangkitang, - supergene acidic and high gas system in Namora-I-Langit, - concealed outflow system in Sorik Marapi, - supergene acidic system in Sokoria. In addition, the exploration work and conceptual modeling covers various prospects in Indonesia, the Philippines, and Japan. In addition, the exploration geochemistry work and conceptual modelling covers various prospects in Indonesia, the Philippines, Japan, Iceland, Taiwan and Africa. The exposure to different heat extraction technologies, i.e., single flash, double flash, and combined cycle binary in the aforementioned geothermal fields has also contributed to the enhancement of thorough knowledge and understanding on the full complete cycle of geothermal utilization, not to mention, the fluid treatment to prevent corrosion and scaling by using NaOH, H 2 SO 4 and chemical polymer inhibition. The sphere of influence has been widened by involving in ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) projects for instance air dispersion modelling of carbon and H 2 S emission. Gathering around 6PM, delicious Italian food and networking Talk 6:45PM - 7:15PM Q&A and further networking till 8:30PM Cost (for registration in advance): Members $35 / Non-members $50 / Students-retired-unemployed $25 Please register through this website so we record your name and email address. We only receive payment by Paynow or bank transfer. IMPORTANT: You will need to make a payment in advance. Please pay by Paynow to WCW at 8337 4173. Remember to indicate your name in the reference. Official receipt will be sent to your email after the event. Payment at the door is $75 for everyone. See you soon! Please feel free to contact Arinta via WhatsApp or email for any questions or clarification. Contact details below.

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    Singapore, Singapore

  • WEBINAR: El Valor del Dato en los Procesos de E&P

    Thursday, April 25, 2024, 05:00 PM - 06:00 PM VET
    ¿Sabemos para qué se utiliza un dato y cómo interpretar los resultados que genera ese dato? La gerencia adecuada de los recursos hidrocarburiferos es posible si disponemos de una cantidad y calidad de datos o información en los diferentes procesos de la cadena de valor, lo que permite analizar, comprender y definir mejores estrategias y realizar simulaciones para la optimización de los procesos. Nuestra ponente nos define la criticidad del dato en los procesos de Exploración y Producción de Hidrocarburos, además de cómo obtenerlo y validarlo, ilustrando con ejemplos prácticos el impacto en los resultados al utilizar datos imprecisos o erróneos. ¿Quién es nuestra ponente? María Asunción Llamedo Cueto, Ingeniero Químico egresada en 1991 de la Universidad Central de Venezuela (UCV), con Especialización en Procesos Químicos (1997), Diplomado en Yacimientos Avanzados (2006) y Diplomado en Gas Natural (2008), todos estos estos grados académicos en la UCV. Es candidata a Doctorado Individualizado en Ciencias de Ingeniería UCV. Se ha desempeñado por más de 30 años en PDVSA, Intevep, liderando diversos proyectos en el área de recuperación mejorada de petróleo; procesos químicos: sistemas de polímeros, ASP, geles y procesos térmicos, principalmente, Combustión In Situ (ISC) y estudios con simulación numérica de yacimientos. Posee experiencias en el área de laboratorio y campo, con hidratos de gas natural como fuente de energía no convencional, a nivel experimental y modelado, simulación numérica y en el área de aseguramiento de flujo. Se desempeña como profesora de Postgrado de la EIP de la UCV y desde 2019, tiempo parcial, es docente en la Universidad Metropolitana, Dpto. de Energía y Automatización. Es mentora y asesora de tesis de pregrado y posgrado en ingeniería química y petrolera. Es coautora de numerosas publicaciones nacionales e internacionales, con varios reconocimientos. Posee una patente estadounidense aprobada y otra en proceso de revisión. Actualmente integra el Equipo de la JD de la SPE Caracas Petroleum Section.

  • Wells flow initiation after drilling. Ways of stimulation and Ukrnafta experience

    Thursday, April 25, 2024, 06:00 PM - 08:00 PM EET
    Dear Colleagues! We are pleased to invite you to the upcoming event: "Wells flow initiation after drilling. Ways of stimulation and Ukrnafta experience" The meeting will be held in IFNTUOG (7101). Welcome!

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    Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine

  • Professional Ethics for Petroleum Engineers

    Tuesday, April 30, 2024, 12:00 PM - 01:00 PM CT
    Professional Ethics for Petroleum E ngineers W. R. “Rick” Farmer IV, P.E., SPEC Double R Engineering, LLC April 30, 2024 Noon – 1 PM CST 11:30 AM Lunch served Petroleum Club of Lafayette - 111 Heymann Blvd, Lafayette, LA Abstract Ethical practices in petroleum engineering are important for upholding industry standards, improving the public perception of our industry, and preserving our individual integrity. This meeting will include an introduction to concepts and guidelines for professional ethics and both in-person and online participants will discuss some real examples of the ethical challenges that arise in the practice of petroleum engineering. Please contact the speaker, Rick, if you know of ethical issues or questions that would be beneficial to discuss in the meeting. Members of all experience levels and specialties should find relevance in the examples. Participants will be credited with 1 PDH to fulfill the annual requirement for continuing education on ethics for professional engineers and can potentially be used for those who still need an ethics credit for 2024. Biography W. R. “Rick” Farmer, P.E. is the owner of Double R Engineering, LLC, a consulting company. Rick has over 45 years in the oilfield, starting as a roustabout / roughneck / pumper through college and then as an engineer for the Union Oil Company of California. He worked for Petroleum Engineers, Inc. and Crescent Drilling & Production where he became a partner. Rick was the Drilling and Completion Manager at Century Exploration. He worked at Stone Energy as a Deepwater Planning Engineer. Rick began studying for his Fundamental Engineer Exam and his Professional Engineering License Exam following the Deepwater Horizon / Macondo Incident. From 2019-2021, he worked for Beacon Offshore Exploration as their P.E. for work involving the Transocean “Asgard”. In 2022, at Cantium, LLC, Rick worked as a Drilling Engineer designing the Kings Hill Well, which was drilled in Bay Marchand Field in 2023, to 24.000’ through 12,500’ of salt from an independent backup. He has approximately 39 years of experience in Designing and Supervising Well Operations, including drilling, completions, workovers, and plug and abandonment work in the GOM and inland waters of Louisiana and Texas. Of this work, the majority has been in the Deepwater, Jackup, and Inland Barge work. Since 2016, Rick has been an Industry Professor developing and teaching petroleum engineering classes. He has served on the Delta Section of SPE as a Director at Large and on the Evangeline Section as Director at Large and as Vice President. Rick has served on the American Association of Drilling Engineers (AADE) on the Lafayette and New Orleans Chapter Boards and on the National Board as National President. From 2019-2021, he worked for Beacon Offshore Exploration as their P.E. for work involving the Transocean “Asgard”. In 2022, Rick Rick is a member of the Louisiana Engineering Society, SEG, AAPG, ASME, and ASM. He is a licensed engineer in the State of Louisiana. Any feedback will be welcome for the Evangeline Section meeting: SPEEvangelineSection@gmail.com Meal headcount DEADLINE IS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24th. NOTE: If registered after April 24th, The Petroleum Club may not have enough prepared food for you to have lunch. Registration is required to attend the event. Recommended guidelines regarding COVID-19 will be followed. Lunch served ~11:30 AM. Anyone with an interest in this subject is very welcome to attend. *Note Pricing Details SPE Members: $25 if paid by Wednesday, April 24, 2024. $30 if registered by April 24, 2024 and select Pay at Door. Note: the email invoice will show $25, but $30 will be charged at the door. $30 if no pre-registration. If you use a Petroleum Club Membership to pay, please register and choose Pay at Door. Your Petroleum Club account will be charged $30. NON-SPE Members: $35 if paid by Wednesday, April 24, 2024. $40 if registered by April 24, 2024 and select Pay at Door. Note: the email invoice will show $35, but $40 will be charged at the door. $40 if no pre-registration. For Petroleum Club Membership to pay, please register and choose Pay at Door. Your Petroleum Club account will be charged $40. Students/Faculty: First ten (10) are free; >10 then $10 / $15 at the door. Students/Faculty must email David Boucher for lunch vouchers by Wednesday, April 24th, and there is no need to register on the SPE website. Valid for current SPE Evangeline Section SSPE members only . Members in Transition (looking for work ) $0 in-person if pre-registered by April 24, 2024. Join us to network and keep your industry knowledge current at no cost if you are not currently employed. AND Please email David Boucher . Valid for current SPE Evangeline Section members only. See this guide for step-by-step instructions on registering. If you have trouble registering, try disabling the pop-up blocker in your web browser. If you continue to have problems, contact speevangelinesection@gmail.com . To receive a Continuing Education Credit Certificate by email, please email Continuing Education by April 24 or sign the roster at the meeting. You will be emailed after our meeting. Monthly Meeting = 1 CEU.

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    Lafayette, LA, United States

  • Biofuel's role in the low carbon landscape - Joint Event with IchemE

    Wednesday, May 8, 2024, 06:00 PM - 08:00 PM SGT
    Abstract: Biofuels can be a suitable alternative to fossil fuels as low-carbon fuels because they mitigate greenhouse gas emissions and the impact of climate change caused by transportation and power generation. For this purpose, industry has focused on increasing production and improving the efficiency of the production process of biofuels and Sustainable Aviation Fuel. The need for sustainable transportation fuels is a critical issue in all societies globally. Post Covid the need for personal F2F interaction and international travel has been reinforced. We can’t do without it. For ground transportation, electrification with batteries in EVs is growing rapidly. Though this has distance limitations. For long distance air transportation, the use of Sustainable Aviation Fuel must grow as quickly as we can create it. However, this is neither easy nor cheap. SAF and Biofuels have both technical and ESG challenges. The key to the S-sustainability is the use of bio renewable and recycled feedstocks. These are in limited supply and have wide variability nationally and regionally. We don’t want to have another food vs fuel conflict, as we have seen in the past. What we need to determine is how best can we create the most sustainable and cost-effective ways of producing SAF and Biofuels? One of the tried and proven ways of determining how best to produce SAF & Biofuels, or any hydrocarbon fuel, is by utilising process simulation. To do this accurately each potential feedstock must be characterised, mathematically/digitally, so that the behaviour of each molecule, or groups of molecules, can be determined in a variety of process equipment. Simulation also offers a very effective way of tracking the Carbon Intensity of each molecule as it passes and changes through a process which can provide the CI audit trail of any fuel product. A critical step in certifying a fuel product’s greenness. Our obligation, as the SPE, is that we must address all aspects of creating this sustainable part of the cyclic economy. In turn we must communicate these to the regulatory authorities and to the public to create clear understanding of the technical and ESG issues. This is so that the most effective regulatory polices are put in place which most benefit society both today and create a cleaner environment in the future, for our children and grandchildren. This presentation will delve into some of the diverse feedstocks and the process synthesis routes for making SAF and Biofuels, addressing some of the issues around scalability and efficiency of these feedstocks. It will discuss process simulation technology which can be used to select economically viable and sustainable SAF and Bio Fuel production schemes, create and design new processes, optimise their operations, track CI, energy efficiency and minimise lifecycle cumulative emissions. Speaker: Russell Byfield FIEAust CPEng NER APEC Engineer IntPE(Aus) RPEQ SPE Russell has over 30 years’ international experience in the Petroleum and Process Industries. Russell has held a variety of global, regional and international technical, managerial, directorial & chairman roles. He has experience in refinery operations and planning, oil & gas field development, reservoir engineering, process facilities design, fabrication, commissioning and operations, technology commercialization, business strategy & planning and since 2000 has mainly focused on the modelling, analytics, digitalization, optimization and decarbonization of the Oil & Gas and process industries. Russell has a Chemical Engineering Degree with Honours from Adelaide University, is a Fellow of Engineers Australia, a Chartered Professional Engineer, Registered Professional Engineer in Petroleum and Chemical Engineering and is a Past Chair of the Queensland Branch of the Society of Petroleum Engineers. Gathering around 6PM, drinks nibbles and networking Talk 6:45PM - 7:15PM Q&A and further networking till 8:30PM Cost (for registration in advance): Members $35 / Non-members $50 / Students-retired-unemployed $25 Please register through this website so we record your name and email address. We only receive payment by Paynow or bank transfer. IMPORTANT: You will need to make a payment in advance. Please pay by Paynow to WCW at 8337 4173. Remember to indicate your name in the reference. Official receipt will be sent to your email after the event. Payment at the door is $75 for everyone. See you soon! Please feel free to contact Arinta via WhatsApp or email for any questions or clarification.

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    Singapore, Singapore

  • Drilling Process Analytics: Real-Time Monitoring and Optimization Strategies

    Wednesday, May 8, 2024, 06:00 PM - 08:00 PM EET
    Dear Colleagues! We are thrilled to announce another exciting event, happening next week in Kyiv! The topic of the meeting: Drilling Process Analytics: Real-Time Monitoring and Optimization Strategies
    Kyiv, Ukraine

  • WEBINAR: Prevención y Mitigación de la Contaminación por Hidrocarburos

    Thursday, May 16, 2024, 05:00 PM - 06:00 PM VET
    ¿Qué puedes esperar de está presentación? Nuestro ponente nos presenta medidas preventivas de control y mitigación ante eventos contaminantes, ocasionados por el manejo de hidrocarburos, considerando algunos instrumentos técnicos de gestión, orientados a la remediación y restauración ambiental, mencionando los tipos de tratamientos adecuados, según el caso, y el manejo y disposición final de los desechos peligrosos que se generan. Obtendremos una visión general de los elementos de gestión asociados a la prevención de eventos contaminantes asociados al manejo de hidrocarburos, y la mitigación de sus efectos hasta alcanzar el restablecimiento del área afectada. ¿Quién es nuestro ponente? José Mauro Caruso C. Ing. Forestal con Maestría en Tecnología de Productos Forestales. Profesional jubilado de la Industria Petrolera venezolana, en la cual desempeñó cargos supervisorios y gerenciales en las áreas de control de derrames de hidrocarburos, gestión ambiental, manejo de desechos, saneamiento y restauración ambiental, prevención y control de emergencias. También, coordinó operaciones enmarcadas en el Plan Nacional de Contingencia contra Derrames de Hidrocarburos de PDVSA en el Lago de Maracaibo y en el Río Catatumbo. Participó en el Plan Bilateral de Contingencia contra Derrames de Hidrocarburos suscrito entre ECOPETROL y PDVSA. Ha laborado en actividades de limpieza y remediación ambiental en selva. Actualmente se desempeña como Consultor y como facilitador para adiestramiento y formación en las áreas de su especialidad y para formación como Auditor Interno. Es Auditor Líder en la trinorma ISO 9001: 2015, ISO 14001: 2015, ISO 45001: 2018.

  • Carbon Capture and Storage and the CO2 Storage Resources Management System (SRMS)

    Monday, May 20, 2024, 06:00 PM - 09:00 PM SGT
    Rawdon Seager, Gaffney, Cline & Associates Abstract: After the lecture, members will understand the importance of carbon capture and storage in the transition to a lower carbon future, and know how to evaluate quantities consistently using the SRMS. As part of the international effort to combat global warming, significant attention is being given to ways to sequester (store for the long-term) carbon dioxide, which is a major contributor to the greenhouse effect. It is therefore critical that there is a universal means to record the storable quantities by recognizing the maturity of the projects to be implemented and the confidence that can be placed in the estimated volumes to be sequestered. This talk will look at some of the ways in which carbon dioxide can be stored and provide a review of the CO2 Storage Resources Management System (SRMS) framework prepared by the Society of Petroleum Engineers to classify and categorize the storable quantities. The talk will cover: • An overview of carbon capture, utilization and storage, including the role of greenhouse gasses in global warming • Discussion of typical modes of storage of carbon dioxide in saline aquifers and depleted oil and gas fields • Review of the CO2 Storage Resources Management System (SRMS), including principles and key definitions • Discussion of economics and evaluation methods • A hypothetical example Biography: Rawdon Seager is a reservoir engineer with over 50 years’ experience in the international oil and gas arena with Shell, Huffco and, since 1985, Gaffney, Cline & Associates, where he is Chief Reservoir Engineer and Global Director of Quality Assurance. He is currently ivolved in CCS studies and application of the SRMS. He has a BSc in Physics from Bristol University and an MSc in Petroleum Engineering from Imperial College, London. Rawdon is past Chairman of the SPE Oil and Gas Reserves Committee and past member of the Board and current Chair of the Reserves Definitions Committee of the SPEE. Cost (for registration in advance): Members $35 / Non-members $50 / Students-retired-unemployed $25 Please register through this website so we record your name and email address. We only receive payment by Paynow or bank transfer. IMPORTANT: You will need to make a payment in advance. Please pay by Paynow to WCW at 8337 4173. Remember to indicate your name in the reference. Official receipt will be sent to your email after the event. Payment at the door is $75 for everyone. See you soon! Please feel free to contact Arinta via WhatsApp or email for any questions or clarification. Contact details below.

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    Singapore, Singapore

  • 2024 SPE Great Yarmouth Section Annual General Meeting

    Thursday, May 23, 2024, 12:30 PM - 02:30 PM UTC
    The Section Board would like to invite you to the 2024 SPE Great Yarmouth Section Annual General Meeting to be held at the Imperial Hotel Great Yarmouth on Thursday 23rd May 2024 commencing at 12-30hrs. If you would like to be involved with the Section and become a Board Member, then this is an excellent way to contribute and join in and shape the future of the Section. Following the Meeting a sit down lunch will be provided. Agenda Chairman’s Repor Treasurers Report Membership Update Resignation of 2023-2024 Board Members Election of Board Members for 2024 -2025 Any other business for which due notice has been received If you wish to join us, then please email bobb@modgy.co.uk or call on 01493 658488 Kind Regards SPE Great Yarmouth Section

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    Great Yarmouth, United Kingdom

  • "Steering convencional and unconventional wells with positive displacement motor. Advancements and f

    Wednesday, May 29, 2024, 06:00 PM - 07:00 PM ART
    Este Miercoles, te invitamos al primer DL 2024: "Steering convencional and unconventional wells with positive displacement motor. Advancements and future directions". A cargo del disertante Samuel Robello (Chief technical advisor - Halliburton). El evento es en el hotel Tower (Belgrano 174), el 29 de mayo a las 18hs. En Neuquén capital. No te lo pierdas! Abierto al público, prioridad a socios SPE. Registrate aquí: https://lnkd.in/d44APWJ8

  • Application of Oil and Gas Subsurface Evaluation Methodology to Geothermal: The Value of Data

    Monday, June 3, 2024, 06:30 PM - 08:00 PM CET
    Dear SPE German Section Members, We are excited to invite you to an in-person event organized by the German Section of the Society of Petroleum Engineers, in cooperation with the RWTH Student Chapter. This event will provide a unique opportunity for networking, knowledge sharing, and professional development. Title : Application of Oil and Gas Subsurface Evaluation Methodology to Geothermal: The Value of Data Speaker : Tom Bradley, Baker Hughes Company Date : 3 June 2024 Time : 18:30 Location : RWTH Aachen Lochnerstraße 4-20 Haus B, Raum 504 52064 Aachen Tom Bradley , a renowned expert in the field, will be sharing valuable insights on how oil and gas subsurface evaluation methodologies can be applied to geothermal projects, highlighting the critical value of data in these processes. This is an excellent opportunity to gain knowledge from an industry leader and connect with fellow professionals and students. Find the full abstract and CV below. Abstract : The energy landscape is changing: Renewables are gaining in importance as a dependable energy source now that the environmental impact of fossil fuels is understood, and recent geopolitical events have shown the risks of over-reliance on non-domestic energy sources. Heat is a major energy demand. Geothermal energy can be a key contributor as it can supply constant dependable heat for a wide range of uses, ranging from low temperature heating through mid temperature industrial uses, to high enthalpies for power generation. It has additional benefits, that unlike other renewables such as wind and solar, it has essentially no reliance on varying prevailing conditions. However, even with recent industry growth, and increasing awareness of the importance of subsurface knowledge for geothermal, many stakeholders are still unaware of it's value in project success. Therefore, many projects still disappoint. The knowledge required is very similar to that for successful hydrocarbon exploration. Therefore, the expertise gained in the hydrocarbon industries over many years can be applied to geothermal projects to help increase their likelihood of success. However, because of the nature of the two industries, there is often a barrier that needs to be broken down before this knowledge can be shared. In this presentation, I discuss the basics of geothermal, how the subsurface information needed for success is very similar to oil and gas, show the value of data, how established oil and gas methodologies can be applied to geothermal, and how the hydrocarbon industries can contribute to the success of geothermal projects. Biography : Tom Bradley is a Senior Global Petrophysical Advisor with Baker Hughes, specialising in open hole formation evaluation. After graduating from The Royal School of Mines, Imperial College, London with a degree in Geology with Engineering Geology in 1996, he started his career in 1997 with Western Atlas International. Since then he has worked for Baker Hughes globally in a variety of technical and supervisory roles. Since 2005 he has been based in the Netherlands, and as part of his current role he is advising multiple stakeholders in the development of geothermal energy in the Netherlands and Europe.
    Aachen, Germany

  • June Monthly Meeting

    Tuesday, June 4, 2024, 11:30 AM - 01:00 PM CT
    SPE Balcones Section June Monthly Meeting Sponsored by: Tuesday, June 4 at 11 :30 AM a t Paloma Blanca 5800 Broadway, San Antonio, TX 78209 Register by NOON on Monday, June 3 With RSVP $35 per person // Without RSVP $40 per person **At the door registration cannot be guaranteed. Please RSVP early!** "Well Control Case Histories Involving Frac Hits and Workover Operations" Jace Larrison, P.E. General Manager – Well Control Engineering at Wild Well Control Registration includes a chance to win a putter valued at over $200 courtesy of Clements Fluids (must be present to win) Register Here Note: Speaker will present in person.
    San Antonio, TX, United States

  • PetroChallenge 2024

    Saturday, June 8, 2024, 08:00 AM - 02:00 PM ICT
    LOCAL VIETNAM CONTEST only! Selecting a team representing VIETNAM for 2024 PetroBowl Regional Qualifier. #Students #contest

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    Ho Chi Minh city, Viet Nam

  • June Luncheon

    Tuesday, June 11, 2024, 11:30 AM - 01:00 PM CT
    Application of Hydraulic Port Collars in Two Stage Cementing Operations Reduces Rig Time and Drilling Cost in the Permian Basin presented by Tom O'Grady with TAM International Abstract Operators in the Permian Basin have been performing two stage cementing operations on their casing strings for decades utilizing conventional diverter tool technology, often in combination with casing annulus packers. Over time, issues with legacy diverter tools (DV) have been identified and solutions sought. These issues range from longer than desired time to drill-out the DV tool, reluctance to drill-out a DV tool with a directional assembly due to drill bit dulling and premature drilling motor/MWD failures, damage to the DV tool while drilling causing leaks and remediation and an inability to pressure test the whole casing string after cementing. A development effort was made to eliminate these issues. The Hydraulic Port Collar (HPC) was designed and extensive qualification/testing of the HPC design was performed prior to field deployment. Running procedures were written and revised in consultation with a variety of operators. Several wells were identified for field trials. The wells were selected based on the operator’s desire to eliminate a DV tool drill-out. The wells had complex directional plans that required high bend drilling motors resulting in the operator’s reluctance to drill-out conventional DV tools with the curve BHA’s. This presentation will review the results of the field trials and document efficiency gains up to 40% when compared to previous operations where legacy DV tools had been deployed. Biography Tom O’Grady currently works for TAM International based in Midland, TX. The past 10 years at TAM International his focus has been on two stage cementing equipment improvement, testable toe sleeves and open hole bridge plugs. He has authored three SPE papers during his 35-year career in the oilfield. Tom was awarded the “Best of the Best” by the IADC/SPE for exception work surrounding manuscript SPE 21795-MS which was presented at the 2024 IADC/SPE International Drilling Conference and Exhibition. Prior to joining TAM International Tom held various positions with Hughes Christensen and Halliburton for 25 years. He is a member of the SPE, AADE Permian Basin Section, and a graduate of Oklahoma University where he competed on their cross country and track and field teams.

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    Austin, TX, United States

  • Petroleum Technology Forum, June 11th

    Tuesday, June 11, 2024, 11:30 AM - 01:00 PM PT
    CYPRESS, CA, United States

  • Annual General Meeting GSSPE

    Thursday, June 13, 2024, 09:00 AM - 04:00 PM CET
    Annual General Meeting GSSPE
    Celle, Germany

  • WEBINAR: Integridad de Pozos

    Thursday, June 13, 2024, 04:00 PM - 05:00 PM VET

  • Volunteer Event - Tree Pittsburgh

    Friday, June 14, 2024, 09:00 AM - 12:00 PM ET
    If you'd like to attend, please contact Rhonda Heilman (rhondaj.heilman@gmail.com) for more information!

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  • 4th Annual Clay Shoot

    Thursday, June 20, 2024, 09:00 AM - 01:00 PM ET
    Headlining $2,000.00 Prize $1,640.00 Cart $410.00 Station $300.00 Snacks $205.00 Breakfast $550.00 Bar $1,025.00 -- 4-Man Team $820.00 -- Individual $260.00 -- Thank you to our Ammo Sponsor! -- Thank you to our Cigar Sponsor! -- Thank you to our Cooker Sponsor!

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    Markleysburg, PA, United States

  • SPE Monthly Technical : The beginning of Thailand’s journey in CCS development

    Thursday, June 20, 2024, 05:00 PM - 09:00 PM ICT
    Bangkok, Thailand

  • June Technical Talk

    Thursday, June 20, 2024, 06:00 PM - 08:30 PM ICT
    Innovative Relative Permeability Modifier, Free of Polymers, for Sustaining Optimal Water-Oil Ratios in Carbonate and Sandstone Formations Speaker: Ts. Jasvinder Singh , Weatherford For early RSVP, kindly contact SPE Vietnam Section Abstract: Reservoirs employ water management strategies to boost oil recovery and ensure proper water conformance, mitigating adverse effects. Traditional methods often falter in later stages when treatment efficacy diminishes and diagnosing water production sources becomes challenging. Early adoption of reservoir management strategies is crucial for curbing unwanted water production. In oil reservoirs, as pressure drops below the bubble point, oil releases organics like asphaltenes, which coat rocks, reducing porosity and rendering them oil-wet. This facilitates water breakthrough, prompting many past treatments to prematurely seal water-producing zones, abandoning potential oil reserves. Our goal is to offer reliable technology capable of cleansing carbonate reservoirs, aiming to reduce the Water Oil Ratio. Our innovative fluid system comprises stabilized chemicals suspended in a liquid phase, defying gravity and remaining dispersed within the carrier fluid. The system's properties—shape, size, material, and concentration—determine its efficacy for specific applications. Through core flood experiments, we evaluated its impact on residual oil/water saturation and assessed Water Oil Ratio to determine relative permeabilities. This non-damaging technology, temperature-independent and validated in over 200 wells across Latin America, showcases significant reductions in water production and Water Oil Ratio, alongside enhanced hydrocarbon output, without harming oil-producing zones. Speakers' Biography: Ts. Jasvinder Singh is Weatherford's Technical Sales for ASA GZ, specializing in the technical and business aspects of chemical solutions pertaining to well stimulation, production enhancement, water conformance and flow assurance. With a Bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering from The University of Adelaide and a Master's in Petroleum Engineering from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, he started his career in 2012 as a chemical engineer, working on production enhancement and flow assurance projects in Southeast Asia. In 2020, he transitioned to sand management technical sales. Jasvinder has a strong track record in project execution, demonstrates leadership, and actively participates in SPE Kuala Lumpur events as a Technical & Technology Chairperson for 2024/2025 session. He's also a qualified ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015 lead auditor with DNV authorization.

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    Ho Chi Minh city, Viet Nam

  • 24th Annual Sporting Clay Tournament

    Friday, June 21, 2024, 10:00 AM - 04:00 PM CT
    SPE Fort Worth Section is excited to announce that our 24th Annual Sporting Clay Event supporting scholarships for students pursuing careers in Oil and Gas will be on Friday, June 21st this year! We'll be back at Defenders Outdoor Clay Sports Ranch @ 8270 Aledo Road again this year (see map for directions). Like last year, the SPE Sporting Clay tournament will be open to four-man teams and individual shooters and two-man pairs (these shooters will be combined into 4-man teams based on the order their registration is received). Please be sure to download and submit the appropriate form. Schedule: Registration & Raffle Boards 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM Lunch 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM Tournament Round: 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM Raffle Board Awards 3:00 PM Door Prizes & Awards: 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM Events: Tournament - 100 shot round sporting clays Teams: Maximum of 24 teams comprised of four people per team. Entry Fees: Full Team - $1000* Half Team (2) - $500 Individual - $250 All fees include lunch, team prizes and a 4-man golf cart. *There is a $50 discount for a 4-man team that brings their own cart. IMPORTANT REGISTRATION NOTE - There are three options to register, Package A, B, and C Package A is for a full four-man team $1000 Package B is for a two-man team $500 Package C is for an individual $250 For full rules and instructions please download the form from the links below. ALL registrants must complete the registration form and send to Robin Humphrey Fort Worth SPE 815 W. 10th Street Fort Worth, Texas 76102 email rhumphrey@seelyoil.com (817) 332-1377 (office) (817) 332-1426 (fax) Entry Deadline: Friday, June 14, 2022: (Slots available to the first 24 teams with entry fee and entry form received.) Raffles: $10 & $20 squares covering a wide range of beautiful guns Awards: Team awards: 1 st , 2 nd and 3 rd place team based on gross scores Click below for Information Sheet, Rules, Forms, and Directions Complete Package Information, Rules, and Map Four-man Registration Form Two-man and Individual Registration Form STATION SPONSORS NEEDED! If your company would like to sponsor a shooting station ($500), please contact Stephen Neuse at SNeuse@Texpetro.com. REGISTRATION FORMS If you have questions, please contact Steven Neuse at SNeuse@Texpetro.com ​Sporting Clays Information, Forms, Rules, and Directions IMPORTANT REGISTRATION NOTE - Please select the appropriate package for your team! Package A is for a full four-man team $1000 Package B is for two-man team $500 Package C is for an individual $250 If your team is bringing their own golf cart, please contact Robin so your discount can be applied.

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    Fort Worth, TX, United States

  • SPE BRAZIL DECOMISSIONING SYMPOSIUM

    Wednesday, June 26 - Thursday, June 27, 2024
    A Holistic Approach
    Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil

  • SPE Europe Energy Conference & Exhibition

    Wednesday, June 26 - Friday, June 28, 2024
    “It is not only a matter of setting the vision, we need to outline the strategy to implement that vision. And the strategy can be successful only if the technical challenges we have ahead of us are first met. At Europec the larger community can take a step forward in this direction. Researchers, professionals, and academics are invited to discuss the technical challenges to be solved, identify the knowledge gaps, and share research progress and industry results - actively contributing to paving the way to the energy transition.” “The SPE Europe Energy Conference stimulates the technical integration that addresses today’s energy transition challenges in the petroleum industry. The conference will accelerate knowledge sharing that will impact the sustainable future of Europe’s energy landscape www.spe-events.org/europeenergyconference
    Turin, Italy

  • SPE Social - Open Mic night

    Thursday, June 27, 2024, 06:00 PM - 08:00 PM SGT
    Celebration night to network, talk about the industry, how it has changed, welcome new members and have fun together. We will recognise the achievements of the past season, great projects, new discoveries, and efforts by the industry to tackle new challenges. Please join the open mic if you have stories to tell, old messups, new successes, recognise peers or other ideas you would like to put to the community. The event will be free to all. Members feel free to invite colleagues and other professionals to let them know about the SPE

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    Singapore, Singapore

  • July Technical Talk

    Thursday, July 18, 2024, 06:00 PM - 08:30 PM ICT
    LANDING A WELL WITHOUT PILOT WELL USING ULTRA DEEP DIRECTIONAL RESISTIVITY SERVICE Speaker: Nguyen Phuoc An, SLB For early RSVP, kindly contact SPE Vietnam Section

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    Ho Chi Minh city, Viet Nam

  • PetroBowl® Regional Qualifiers - Asia Pacific

    Thursday, July 25 - Saturday, July 27, 2024
    Dear Student Chapters/Sections The 2024 SPE Asia Pacific PETROBOWL Regional Qualifiers will be hosted by SPE Vietnam Section at Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology from 25-27 July 2024 . There will be a registration fee of USD150 per team . Registration closes on the 25 of June 2024. To register/assistance or enquiries email spevietnam142@gmail.com

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    Ho Chi Minh city, Viet Nam

  • WEBINAR: La Aplicación de la Inteligencia Artificial en Eventos Imprevistos en Perforación

    Thursday, July 25, 2024, 05:00 PM - 06:00 PM VET

  • Porous Media: Fluid-mediated Subsurface processes, energy, storage & Minerals

    Monday, August 12 - Tuesday, August 13, 2024
    Under construction

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    Cambridge, MA, United States

  • WSOP – WORKSHOP DE SEGURANÇA OPERACIONAL DE POÇOS

    Tuesday, August 20 - Wednesday, August 21, 2024
    O próposito desse evento é lançar luz sobre os desafios associados a nossos paradigmas, com maior ênfase nas áreas de Fatores Humanos, Riscos e Barreiras de Segurança, Reguladores e Operadoras, Sustentabilidade e Inovação.
    Macaé-RJ,, Brazil

  • SPE/PAPG Annual Golf Outing

    Thursday, August 22, 2024, 07:00 AM - 05:00 PM ET
    -- Any questions, please contact Neil Boyer (neil.boyer@nextierofs.com) -- Platinum $4,100.00 Diamond $3,075.00 Gold $2,562.50 Silver $1,537.50 Lunch $1,845.00 Breakfast $1,025.00 Pin Flag $256.25 Hole Sign $153.75 4-Man Team $871.25 2-Man Team $435.63 Single $235.75

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  • August Technical Talk

    Thursday, August 22, 2024, 06:00 PM - 08:30 PM ICT
    Realtime Coiled Tubing Technology and Application Speaker: Nguyen Tran Thang, HAL For early RSVP kindly contact SPE Vietnam Section

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    Ho Chi Minh city, Viet Nam

  • 37th Annual SPE Alaska Golf Tournament 4-Person Scramble

    Thursday, August 29, 2024, 07:00 AM - 05:00 PM AKT
    37th Annual SPE Alaska Golf Tournament 4-Person Scramble August 29 th for a 7:30 am start time.
    Anchorage, AK, United States

  • September Technical Talk

    Thursday, September 19, 2024, 06:00 PM - 08:30 PM ICT
    Methane Emissions Quantification Speaker: Dave Turner, SeekOps For early RSVP, kindly contact SPE Vietnam Section

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    Ho Chi Minh city, Viet Nam

  • FPSO SYMPOSIUM SPE BRAZIL

    Thursday, September 26 - Friday, September 27, 2024
    The FPSO Symposium ‘s third edition will happen on the 26th and 27th of September 2024 , and it is already one of the most significant Floating, Production, Storage and Offloading events in the world. The second edition occurred in September 2023 and achieved two hundred persons public, more than 30% compared with the September 2022 first edition. This 2024 edition will happen in the same Florida Hotel , which has excellent infrastructure, located near downtown, Flamengo Beach, and a metro station, with parking available and discounts for the event participants. The event’s idiom is English to allow the participation of experts from other countries, and the event format is an initial Plenary Session, five Technical Sessions with brief presentations by their members and relevant space for questions and debates at the end of each panel, concluded by a final Wrap-up Session. As the leading offshore oil companies and FPSO suppliers are sponsors, the session themes are updated and focused on the main FPSO challenges , with high technical and management presentations, as the Chairs and Speakers are professionals involved with FPSO operations and projects. The sponsors in 2023 were Petrobras, Shell, MODEC, RelayOnNutec, Equinor, Chevron, SLB, Enauta, Yinson, Ecopetrol and PJV. Be part of this event, talking and networking where the FPSOs are or are coming.
    RIO DE JANEIRO – RJ,, Brazil

  • SAVE THE DATE! 40th Annual SPE Golf Tournament

    Friday, October 18, 2024, 10:00 AM - 04:00 PM CT
    40th Annual Golf Tournament! Save the Date!!! The SPE Fort Worth Chapter will be hosting a golf tournament on Friday, October 18, 2024, to raise money for SPE scholarships. This tournament will generate scholarship funds used to encourage and support students pursuing careers in Oil and Gas. The golf tournament will be held at Squaw Creek golf course in Willow Park, TX. All are welcome to register for the event. Pricing: 4-man teams $500 (Package A when registering) 2-man twosome $250 (Package B when registering) Individuals $150 (Package C when registering) More details about the tournament and registration will follow, but for now SAVE THE DATE! We need Sponsors to make this tournament a success! Platinum: $3,500 Includes 3 team entries Recognition at Registration, Holes #1 and #10, Golf Carts, and during Awards Ceremony Gold: $2,500 Includes 2 team entries Recognition at Registration, Hole #1, and during Awards Ceremony Silver: $1,000 Includes 1 team entry Recognition at Registration and during Awards Ceremony Hole Sponsor: $250 Door Prize Sponsor: · Door prize donations welcomed. If you would like to volunteer for the event committee or if your company would like to be an event sponsor, please email Juan Venturi at juan.venturi@weatherford.com to make payment arrangements through him.

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    Willow Park, TX, United States

  • TURBOMACHINERY, COMPRESSOR AND PUMP SYMPOSIUM

    Tuesday, October 29 - Wednesday, October 30, 2024
    Home Page em elaboração, para a primeira edição em 2024.
    Espirito Santo - ES, Brazil

  • 2024 SPE Vietnam Golf & Tennis Tournament

    Thursday, October 31 - Saturday, November 2, 2024
    #SocialEvents

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    Vung Tau city, Viet Nam

  • 41st Annual SPE BBQ Scholarship Fundraiser

    Friday, November 8, 2024, 06:00 PM - 10:00 PM AKT
    The Alaska Section of the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) is kicking off the 41st year of their Scholarship Program. These scholarships are awarded to Alaskan students pursuing professional technical degrees that lead to careers in the Alaska oil and gas industry. The Scholarship Program is funded by a long list of Alaskan companies and individuals that understand the value of developing Alaskan talent for this industry. The fundraising effort culminates in a social BBQ event, which will be held this year on Friday, November 8th at the Viking Hall in Anchorage. SPE Scholarship Program has awarded over $700,000 in scholarships to more than 400 high-performing high school and college students from Ketchikan to Nome pursuing degrees in engineering and earth sciences. Over the last 30+ years, our program has grown in statewide student awareness, quality of applicants and fundraising success. SPE is an international technical professional organization with the primary mission of technical education and information dissemination, community education and outreach on oil and gas related issues. The organization is a qualified 501(c)(3) non-profit that relies on member volunteer efforts to accomplish our mission, and fundraising efforts to support our numerous activities. Our primary source of funds for the Scholarship Program is this annual BBQ event, with the remainder raised through SPE-sponsored industry conferences, an annual golf tournament, and technical short courses. There are several ways to support the Scholarship Program BBQ event: cash donations are in greatest need as they directly fund the scholarships, while merchandise provides prizes for the silent auction and raffle. Our supporters are recognized as sponsors on our mailings, SPE website, in an ad placed in Petroleum News, and during the BBQ event. We believe that this is an excellent opportunity to assist in the education of our future leaders, while also gaining company recognition within the community. We hope that you will consider supporting us this year. If you can help, please fill out and return the attached form or feel free to contact us using the information below. We would also be honored to have sponsor representatives at the Scholarship BBQ Dinner event, which will be held at the Viking Hall, 8141 Briarwood St, on Friday, November 8, 2023. Social hour begins at 6:00 pm, BBQ at 6:30pm. Tickets to the event are $40.

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    Anchorage, AK, United States

  • November Technical Talk - Distinguished Lecturer

    Tuesday, November 19, 2024, 06:00 PM - 08:30 PM ICT
    For early RSVP, please get in touch with the Vietnam Section via email below #Distinguished Lecturer #distinguished lecture #DistinguishedLecturer

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    Ho Chi Minh city, Viet Nam

  • SPE BRAZIL SUBSEA SYMPOSIUM

    Tuesday, November 26 - Wednesday, November 27, 2024
    Paving the path for Brazil to become worldwide reference in subsea O&G and energy transition
    Rio de Janeiro - RJ, Brazil

  • III CORRIDA DO ENGENHEIRO

    Sunday, December 8, 2024, 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM BRT
    Venha correr, caminhar e fortalecer os laços de amizade através do esporte!
    Macaé, RJ,, Brazil

  • January 2025 Meeting - DL Kyle Murray Recovering Valuable Elements from Subsurface Brines

    Thursday, January 16, 2025, 11:30 AM - 01:00 PM CT
    2025 Kickoff Meeting! Please join us as we kick of 2025 with DL Dr. Kyle Murray who will be presenting " Pathway for Recovering Valuable Elements of Interest from Subsurface Brines and Oilfield Produced Waters ". In this presentation, Dr. Murray will assess how elements of interest (EOI) in produced waters and downhole brines might be recovered. He will review the current commodity markets, characterization of waters and wastes for EOI concentrations, and computation of gross values of EOI. Technologies that are best economically favorable for extraction of EOI will also be reviewed. This promises to be a topic of great interest as solutions to produced water disposal become more and more restricted. BIO Dr. Kyle E. Murray is the Principal Scientist of Murray GeoConsulting, LLC. He earned a Ph.D. in Geological Engineering from Colorado School of Mines and has worked on geoscience projects since 1995. Dr. Murray’s experience as a consultant or researcher is in hydrogeology, natural resources and GIS databases, water resources, induced seismicity, produced water management, and resource recovery. His current focus is to evaluate produced water from the oil and gas industry, characterize it for elements of interest (EOI), and pursue economically viable alternatives to recovering critical minerals and other EOI from produced water, other waters, and wastes.

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    Fort Worth, TX, United States

  • March 2025 Meeting - DL Dr. Leen Weijers - Making Unconventionals Competitive

    Thursday, March 20, 2025, 11:30 AM - 01:00 PM CST
    Wondering how to make your unconventional well competitive? Come join us at our March meeting when DL Dr. Leen Weijers will present " Making Unconventionals Competitive – Minimizing the Cost per Barrel Oil ".In this presentation Dr. Weijers will show how cost of drilling and completion has been cut in about half for shale wells over the last decade through efficiency gains and innovations in workflow. He will also look at how well production has roughly doubled through a focus to increase both the extent and intensity of the created hydraulic fracture system. The key take-away from this presentation is that our industry is capable of wide-ranging and rapid innovation when free market forces are unleashed to produce the cheapest barrel possible. BIO Dr. Leen Weijers is VP of Engineering at Liberty Oilfield Services and served as its Business Manager at Liberty’s founding. Leen worked at Pinnacle Technologies from 1995 to 2011, where he oversaw development of a commercial fracture growth simulator, FracproPT. Leen has authored dozens of publications and contributed a chapter to the recent SPE Hydraulic Fracturing Monograph. Leen completed his doctoral research at the Faculty of Mining and Petroleum Engineering at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands.

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    Fort Worth, TX, United States