SPE Europe and Sub-Saharan Africa

SPE Europe Ltd.

The Society of Petroleum Engineers Europe Ltd. is a not-for-profit, charitable organization devoted to the safe and efficient exploration and production of crude oil and natural gas resources for the benefit of all humans. SPE Europe is one of the entities of Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) Stichting, organized under the laws of The Netherlands, which is the governing organization for SPE worldwide.

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First HSE African Conference a Success

SPE Maputo

With the support and participation of the national oil company, Empresa Nacional de Hidrocarbonetos (ENH), the Instituto Nacional de Petróleo (National Petroleum Institute) and the recently established SPE Maputo Section, 120 delegates from 17 countries (Angola, Chad Gabon, Ghana, Indonesia, Italy, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Mozambique, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania, The Netherlands, United Arab Emirates, Uganda, UK and the USA) shared knowledge and experience on all matters relating to health, safety, security, and environment and social responsibility.

Panel sessions also focused on the subject of Ebola and “cultural heritage”, exploring the challenges and experience of working on an oil and gas project situated in or around an historical or archaeological site. 

In keeping with SPE’s policy for making charitable donations in response to natural disasters, SPE is contributing USD 10,000 to the independent, non-profit organization Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to help fight the Ebola virus in Liberia where a SPE student chapter affiliated to the SPE Ghana Section exists.

Programme Now Live for the SPE Workshop in Arctic Norway

This year the workshop will look at the special challenges encountered in the Barents Sea which are different from other places on the Norwegian Continental Shelf. We will explore topics such as logistics, climate, political impact, reservoir drainage strategy, reservoir management and drilling operations.

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Section Interviews

Every month SPE will be interviewing different sections within Europe and Sub-Saharan Africa to find out about their SPE operations. This month we heard from the Hungary Section.

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Events

  1. Introduction to Offshore Decommissioning

    9 - 11 Dec | Cape Town, South Africa

  2. SPE Application of Fit-for-Purpose Smart Technology to Improve Mature Assets Workshop

    3 - 5 Feb | Leoben, Austria

  3. SPE Understanding the Risk of Well Integrity in a Diverse Environment Workshop

    11 - 12 Feb | Accra, Ghana

  4. SPE Late Field Life Rejuvenation

    15 - 19 Feb | Cannes, France

  5. SPE/EAGE Workshop - Improving the Value of Our Models: Implications for Engineering Practice

    9 - 11 Mar | Rome, Italy

  6. SPE/IADC Drilling Conference

    17 - 19 Mar | London, England, UK

  7. SPE Economics of Petroleum

    18 - 20 Mar | Geneva, Switzerland

  8. SPE Bergen One Day Seminar

    22 Apr | Bergen, Norway

  9. SPE Scale – Spend Less, Produce More Workshop

    12 - 14 May | Vienna, Austria

  10. SPE EUROPEC 2015

    1 - 4 Jun | Madrid, Spain

  11. SPE European Formation Damage Conference

    3 - 5 Jun | Budapest, Hungary

  12. SPE London Annual Conference – Maximising Value in Upstream Oil & Gas

    9 - 10 Jun | London, England, UK

  13. Integrated Water Management

    23 - 25 Jun | Rome, Italy

  14. SPE Nigeria Annual International Conference & Exhibition

    4 - 6 Aug | Lagos, Nigeria

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