LECTURERS & EVENTS SCHEDULE
May 14.................. SPE General Meeting and Luncheon
Speaker: Michael Teoh - Shell Exploration & Production Company
"Controlled Mud Level MPD System: A Viable Solution for Narrow Margin Wells"
11 am - 12:30 pm • Holiday Inn Downtown Superdome
May 14..................Hands-On STEM Day - Core Element and the New Orleans Baby Cakes
First pitch: 11 am • Shrine on Airline Ballpark • 6000 Airline Drive, Metairie, Louisiana
May 21.................. SPE Young Professional Social Hour
5 pm - 7 pm • Barcadia Bar Restaurant Arcade • 601 Tchoupitoulas St., New Orleans, LA
For more info: firstname.lastname@example.org
June 7 ................... API 15th Annual Father-Son & Family Sporting Clay Tournament
Covey Rise Lodge • Husser, Louisiana
For info and registration: www.api-delta.org
August 26-28 ........ 23rd Annual Gulf of Mexico Deepwater Technical Symposium
New Orleans Downtown Marriott at the Convention Center • New Orleans, LA
For info and registration: www.deepwaternola.org
October 12............ Energy Day
Louisiana Children's Museum • New Orleans, Louisiana
For info: Tom Bergeon • email@example.com
October 20............NO Pelicans and NO Saints, Chevron STEM Fest
Benefiting Core Element • 10 am - 2 pm • Mercedes-Benz Superdome
For info: core4kids.org/team-view/join-core-element-the-n-o-pelicans-saints-for-stem-fest-presented-by-chevron-october-20
Jun 10, 2019 ......... SPE Delta Distinguished Lecturer Martin Rylance: " The 'Fracts' of Life (Common Failure mechanisms Associated with Fracturing)"
CONTINUING EDUCATION LUNCH AND LEARN SESSIONS
SPE Delta will offer a series of lunch and learn sessions to explain the practical sizing and selection of oil & gas production equipment. There is no intention to approach deep engineering design. Production equipment design has as much experience involved as hard science. Basic theory will be reviewed and some of the criteria that are routinely ignored will be considered. Short cuts and rules of thumb to allow an engineer to have a conceptual feel for what is needed before he dives into the "hard"engineering on a project will be shown. Some routine practices by the industry will be reviewed as to whether they are really sound engineering.
The whole program is to generate thinking. Disagreement will be welcome. Separation, treating, and dehydration will be covered. Electrostatic treating will be reviewed.
The sessions will be led by Allen Porter, who has 65 years of experience on the shelf from some of the first wells to the present depletion production. His career almost spans the life of the shelf. He is the retired vice president of CE NATCO and the retired president of Allen Tank. His career began with Gulf Oil. He has production equipment and processing experience from all over the world and will expand on some of those systems. This is intended to be a fast moving, fun program with a basic background on design of facilities.