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TWA Energy Influencers 2021

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Young professionals are entering the energy industry when it is in a state of transition. How will it affect their career path and progression?

The world is not running out of gas. At almost 400 bcfd, global production exceeded consumption in 2021. The problem is seasonality and geography. Both of these challenges can be addressed through infrastructure investment.
SPE young professionals and students face different challenges and have different opportunities than previous generations. A combined organization would be the professional community of choice for a generation of professionals who are committed to driving long-term change across the energy sector.
The next-generation matrices help gauge the knowledge of petroleum engineers from entry level up to 5 years’ experience.

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  • This post is dedicated to all oil and gas people working on finding and producing the black gold. Have you ever seen it?
  • Thirty three years in the oil and gas industry and I never get tired of watching a sunset. This photo was taken from the helideck of the Ocean Onyx mobile offshore drilling unit which is currently drilling for Beach Energy, offshore Australia. I’m looking out over the Otway Basin and the vast expanse of the Southern Ocean. How far south are we? Well if I was to get in…
  • I’m proud to share the nice celebration of a big milestone recently achieved: 100,000 b/d produced in Iara license by the floating, production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel P-68. Congratulations to Total E&P Do Brasil and all involved. It is only the beginning of this incredible adventure.