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2018 SPE International Conference on Health, Safety, Security, Environment, and Social Responsibility
This April, Abu Dhabi will be a converging space for HSE professionals in the E&P industry.
Join us for the 25th year of the premier international event, the 2018 SPE International Conference on Health, Safety, Security, Environment, and Social Responsibility, at Jumeirah at Etihad Towers.
Building Communities, Improving Lives
Our industry is conducting some amazing research and development, and the tools and processes we develop will help us, and the world, to better develop and use the natural resources we need now and in the future.
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Check out our Latest Book Title
Low-Energy Processes for Unconventional Oil Recovery addresses reservoir engineering, low-energy recovery processes, and resource access challenges for abundant unconventional oil. This includes bitumen, shale, heavy, and viscous oil.
As an industry, we look for low carbon intensity recovery techniques (or low energy processes), with small environmental footprints that yield acceptable recovery factors. This monograph works through the easier to implement options such as heavy-oil solution gas drive, mobility control, and solvents to the more difficult to design and engineer processes, such as in-situ combustion.
It builds on existing heavy-oil recovery literature, offering a short review of classical thermal recovery methods and relevant theories. It also emphasizes the application of new technologies for frequently occurring challenges when seeking environmentally friendly processes.
Join industry experts as they explore solutions to real problems and discuss trending topics in HSE.
SPE Webinars are FREE to members courtesy of the SPE Foundation.
Climate Change Task Force Recommendation
On March 7, 2016, the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) Board of Directors formed a Climate Change Task Force to develop and recommend a strategy for the SPE regarding climate change.
Read their recommendation.