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In a world where year after year more and more oil and gas are consumed, a bullish outlook on the market for “oil and gas workers” should not be matter of debate. However, that does not seem to be the case for petroleum engineers.
The Covid-19 pandemic nearly stopped the PetroBowl event from happening. A software built by SPE members created an opportunity to continue the competition virtually.
To develop improved predictive models of complex real-world problems, one needs to pursue a balanced perspective. Ultimately, the physics we know needs to rely on data to unmask the physics that we do not yet know.
  • 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.
  • Now more than ever, one of the biggest values of SPE membership is the professional networking opportunity. From personal experience, the sense of community I've found by being involved with SPE and the connections I've made along the way have been of the greatest benefit.
  • This photo was taken in December 2018 during my PhD defense at the University of Calgary. The people in the photo from the left are Gordon Moore, Larry Lines, Farouq Ali, Thomas Harding, Raj Mehta, and Roberto Aguilera. Each of them are experts in their field. This photo means a lot to me. I truly believed in "Standing on the shoulders of giants." Interestingly, Hardi…