SPE Technical Reports
What are SPE Technical Reports?
SPE Technical Reports provide information on topics where the SPE membership and the public would benefit from understanding the current technology and challenges. Each report is the result of broad-based input from subject-matter experts. Draft Technical Reports are prepared by a committee and posted for SPE member review and comment for at least 30 days. Comments received are considered in finalizing the report for submission to the SPE Board of Directors for approval for publication. Any SPE member can propose development of a Technical Report to the SPE Board of Directors. Learn more in our guidelines document.
"The Human Factor: Process Safety and Culture"
This report captures the findings of the July 2012 SPE Summit on Human Factors. It is the first technical report to be published and was approved by the SPE Board of Directors in March 2014.
- Read the final report "The Human Factor: Process Safety and Culture"
Draft Report, "Technical Report on Worst Case Discharge Calculation", Available for Member Comment
Findings from the March 2014 SPE Summit on Worst Case Discharge have been captured in a draft Technical Report. This report will be posted for SPE member comment until 17-SEPT-2014. Comments received will be considered in finalizing the report for approval by the SPE Board of Directors.
To see the link to read and comment on the draft report, please log in. You must be an SPE member to read and comment on the draft report.