Feb. 10, 2003


Description

WHAT SPE CAN DO FOR YOU: SPE plays a key role in developing, and disseminating this knowledge and helping to assure that both new technology and indeed old technology is correctly understood and applied. As the first SPE Board Specialty Director of Facilities and Construction Engineering, Ken Arnold discusses current programming for this specialty as well as plans to further SPE’s role as the only technical society which provides the broad spectrum of technologies required for oil and gas facility design, construction and operation. This presentation starts with the history of facilities and construction engineering in the oil and gas industry and describes how the specialty has evolved with the changing needs of the industry. The wide spectrum of technologies encompassed by this specialty is discussed as are the technological advances that are occurring today which will impact the knowledge needed to create tomorrow’s facilities projects. The importance of understanding and correctly
PRE-REGISTRATION is the only way to guarantee a seat at this event. Space is limited and meetings have been very well attended. Do not assume you will be able to walk in.

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Organizer

Rebecca Gallagher


Date and Time

Mon, Feb. 10, 2003

11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

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Location

Westlake Club,570 Westlake Park Blvd.