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Digital Energy Workshop Podcasts

Some years ago, the industry was challenged with target values that could be gained from the creation of Digital Oilfields.  Since then, a number of papers have been written about the value actually realized, but no survey or compilation has been created. This workshop compiled published reports on the value of real time data, and hosted presentations of case studies on its value and benefit. Watch the podcast sections below.   To save the PodCast: Right click the name below under Related Documents and choose 'save target/link as' These are very large files (approximately 50-100 MB each) and will take around 5-10 minutes on a high-speed connection. To view the podcast: Left click the files name to watch the presentation online. Alternatively, you can either download the podcast file to your video iPod or, you can load iTunes for free …


SPE-GCS July e-Newsletter 2010

  Calendar Events for July 2010 Expanding Facilities Knowledge: Session 2. Processing Sponsor: Projects, Facilities and Construction Study Group Day: Thursday 1-July-10 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM Location: Technip - Energy Tower I, 11700 Katy Freeway, Houston TX 77079 Summary: Overview of basic topsides processing of oil, gas and water, as well as introduce Piping and instrument diagrams (P&IDs) and (Process Flow Diagrams) PFDs. Register | Google Maps | Add to Calendar Roughneck Camp 2010: Beyond the Classroom Sponsors: Chevron, Oxy, BHP Billiton, TAM International, Ryder Scott, PetroSkills, Wild Well Control, & Verdande Technology Speaker's Name: Panel of Speakers Day: Thursday 8-July-10 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM Location: Chevron, 1500 Louisiana Street, Houston Texas 77002 Summary: "Roughneck Camp: Beyond the Classroom" is a unique one day conference designed for recent graduates and college interns working in the oil and gas …


Regional Award Winner: Trey Shaffer

Regional Award: Health, Safety, Security, Environment and Social Responsibility   For the past twenty years, Trey Shaffer has focused on delivering a broad range of environmental consulting and construction services to clients throughout the Gulf Coast region of the United States.   He is currently responsible for leading a team of individuals at ERM who are focused on delivering a broad suite of environmental and safety services to a portfolio of multi-national key clients with an operating footprint in the Gulf Coast region.  


SPE-GCS June e-Newsletter 2010

  SPE-GCS e-Newsletter Sponsored by: GATE LLC GATE LLC offers a wide range of skills and expertise in deepwater engineering in design, installation and operation stages. Our core capabilities include Chemical Systems Engineering, Commissioning & Startup, Flow Assurance, Materials & Corrosion and Waterflood. Please visit our website at www.gatellc.com for more information. Calendar Events for June 2010 2010 Emerging Engineers Conference - Riding the Energy Roller Coaster: Challenges, Innovations & Opportunities Sponsor: Young Professionals Speaker's Name: Panel of Speakers Day: Thursday 3-June-10 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM Location: Hilton Houston Westchase, 9999 Westheimer Road, Houston TX 77042 USA Summary: The Emerging Engineers Conference (EEC) is a one day event focusing on various topics that aims to shape and develop the careers of Young Professionals (YPs). EEC 2010 will feature a group... Register | Google Maps | Add to Calendar 2010 …


Chairman's Corner June 2010

The Value of Your Membership   How valuable is your SPE membership to you? Your continued membership conveys the message that you find value in being a member of SPE. What SPE opportunities are more valuable than others? Are there ways you could increase the value that you receive from SPE? Are you gaining value by increasing your technical knowledge? The primary mission of SPE is technology transfer, accomplished through avenues that include meetings, conferences, seminars, short courses, journals, newsletters, technical interest groups, and One Petro, the multisociety library of on-line technical papers. The Gulf Coast Section (GCS) held more than 100 meetings this year covering a wide range of subjects. New podcasts of popular events have been posted on on our web site, www.spegcs.org. Did you find value in these offerings? Are you gaining value through opportunities to make …


SPE-GCS May e-Newsletter 2010

  SPE-GCS e-Newsletter Sponsored by: Enersight – WellSpring Enersight is a leading provider of Development Planning Software. With clients ranging from independents to super majors. Wellspring enables companies to efficiently evaluate development options including; drill pacing, facility expansions, production forecasting, steam limitations etc... To learn more visit www.enersight.com Calendar Events for May 2010 Northside: Petrophysical Evaluation of Shales for Well Completion Decisions in Resource Plays Sponsor: SPE GCS Northside Speaker's Name: Brian LeCompte, Geoscientist, Baker Hughes, Inc Day: Tuesday 11-May-10 11:30 AM Location: Greenspoint Club 16925 Northchase Dr. Houston, TX 77060 Summary: Shales are complex and heterogeneous but their petrophysical properties can be assessed with the proper tools and methods. New logging technology such as elemental spectroscopy, nuclear magnetic... Register | Google Maps | Add to Calendar Petro Tech: Optimization and Adaptive Simulations for the Optimal Well-Rate Allocation Problem Sponsor: …


Chairman's Corner May 2010

International Study Group At a minimum Houston is a major oil and gas center, while for many it is the energy capital of the world. No matter what camp you find yourself in, you must admit Houston reflects the global nature of the oil and gas industry. Many overseas-based companies maintain offices here, and in those offices are many SPE GCS members. If you work for a U.S.-based company, you may find your assignment takes you overseas on a regular basis. The SPE GCS oil and gas professional of today must be culturally aware and prepared to work in a global environment. Such global diversity in the Gulf Coast Section begs for programming that includes a study group focused on the international segment of the oil and gas industry. Such a group, inactive for the last few years, is reforming. …