Student Speak: Petroleum Engineering Is Here To Stay
Young professionals are entering the energy industry when it is in a state of transition. How will it affect their career path and progression?
As the global economy continues to grow, carbon emissions are also projected to rise. While large-scale geothermal, nuclear, solar, and wind deployment as well as increased electrification could blunt emissions growth, net-negative carbon technologies will be needed to reach the United Nation’s two-degree target. That will require massive investment in carbon capture,…
While Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has caused rapidly rising oil prices, market fundamentals will remain tight through the short-to-medium term. Absent a rapid increase in US shale investment and OPEC opening up the taps, that means prices could remain stubbornly higher than they have been seen since the 2014 crash.
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The article hopes to illuminate the existence of language certifications and provide useful information and perspectives to the readership.
Three women members of the TWA Editorial Committee share their perspectives on the evolving landscape for women in the oil and gas industry.
Oftentimes, career paths start from the interest a student develops during high school. This article is an attempt to introduce high school and middle school students to the world of petroleum and energy.
To turn the spotlight on young professionals' contributions to oil and gas the industry, the TWA Editorial Committee is accepting nominations for "TWA Energy Influencers 2022: Young Professionals Who ENERGIZE Our Industry.”
High oil prices will mean more spending on workovers to eke out more oil and gas from older wells. The amount will depend on finding those willing and able to do that tricky work.
“Should I pursue this career?” is a popular question among students and prospective petroleum engineers. In this discussion, two petroleum engineering department heads share their insights on successfully bridging academia and workforce.
Perspectives on Promoting Innovation: Sandeep Kibey, Wells and Materials Supervisor, ExxonMobil Upstream Integrated Solutions
Some are better at coming up with ideas, others are better at converting them into reality. Innovation needs both.
Carbon Capture and Sequestration in Europe: Growth Rate Key To Meet Climate Change Mitigation TargetsThe use of logistic growth models can provide a simple framework to evaluate CO2 storage scale-up and constrain outputs from existing energy systems models.
The article describes some of the innovative technologies that have been successfully developed and deployed by Saudi Aramco's production technology department.
"Digital gives you superpower...volunteering makes you a superstar," says Josh Etkind while sharing his insights on digital transformation and his vision as SPE Gaia chair.
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.