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Our Thanks and Best Wishes to You

This column wraps up the year with a recap of our top hits in the JPT content delivered to our members and looks ahead to what’s coming in 2023.

Happy Holidays from JPT with ice covered trees blue sky
 Megan Couch, TWA Content Manager/Editor

As we wrap up 2022, I’d like to take this opportunity to thank you for your feedback and continued commitment to the JPT editorial team as we research and write our online and monthly articles, all exclusive to JPT. Your presentations at SPE conferences, technical papers, interviews, and contributed articles are what make this content the best in the industry. A special thank you goes to our Editorial Review Board.

Here’s a sampling of JPT’s most-viewed features in 2022.

Think You Know Where Proppant Goes During Fracturing? Based on Recent Testing: Don’t Bet on It

Drillers vs. Granite: Hard Rock Is Losing Its Edge

CO2 Capture and Storage Requires Challenging Engineering in Unfamiliar Spaces

The Trend in Drilling Horizontal Wells Is Longer, Faster, Cheaper

Petroleum Engineering Continues To Drop, But There Is Talk of Better Times Ahead

What You Should Know About Offshore and Sour Gas CCS: High Cost, Leak Mitigation, and Transportation

Talos Eyes Big Carbon Capture Role in the US and Beyond

A Few Lessons From Tight-Rock Producers That Have Made Big Investments in Fracture Diagnostics

Water-Plus-Gas Injection on a Bakken Well Pad May Solve Problems That Stymied Shale EOR

The Fracturing Plan: Hit a Well 300 ft Away—How Hard Could That Be?

An Invention Promising Less Carbon and Cost Could Allow More ­Stranded-Gas Development

Is It Twilight for Deepwater US Gulf Megaprojects?

Big Fracs That Add More Oil May Also Mean More Water, and That Can Be All Right

The Produced Water Conundrum Grows Across Unconventionals

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Each issue includes synopses of 12 OnePetro papers recently presented at conferences. You may download for free the SPE papers synopsized in that issue for 60 days. Be sure to take a look at each issue to spot papers of interest and download them.

Beginning with the January issue, we’ll include a list of the SPE papers available for free download from JPT, including the previous and current issues, plus a preview of the technical topics to be highlighted in the next issue.

These downloads from JPT are in addition to the 10 free downloads annually from OnePetro that are included in your membership benefits.

You can also visit the HSE&S discipline page to access a free download of a new featured HSE paper biweekly.

To expand the delivery of content and provide added opportunities for networking and exchange of expertise and knowledge among members with similar technical interests, SPE launched four new technical sections in 2022: the Data Science & Engineering Analytics Technical Section, Hydrogen Technical Section, Management Technical Section, and Methane Emissions Management Technical Section. Check out the full scope of technical sections here.

The SPE Energy Stream was launched in January 2022. It’s your centralized source for live and on-demand video content about innovations, trends, and technical solutions. New content is frequently added. You’ll find a menu on the homepage that sorts content by upcoming live, trending, topic, product, Distinguished Lecturers, and SPE Event Highlights so you can go directly to what interests you. Sign up for the weekly SPE Energy Stream newsletter to catch the latest offerings.

The JPT LinkedIn page, launched in September 2021, now has more than 6,100 followers. You’ll find content from JPT, OGF, HSE Now, DSDE, and TWA posted there.

We wish you a happy holiday with time spent with your families and friends. Enjoy.