SPE Online Education
Overview of ISO 27916 Standard as an alternative to EPA GHGRT Subpart RRIncludes Credits
This webinar will present context of the development of the ISO Standard 27916 and how it compares to and may be used as an alternative to GHGRP Subpart RR.
Using Well Heterogeneity as an Advantage to Designing Stage Specific Diverter StrategiesIncludes Credits
This talk will discuss a methodology that examines well heterogeneity, and designs the diversion strategy based on the rock properties within each fracturing stage. In addition to rock properties, the method proposed utilizes stress shadows, perforation design, and modified pump schedules to ensure equal cluster stimulation in diverter applications.
Preparing the Next Generation Workforce for the Digital Transformation of the Oil and Gas Industry – Interview with Leslie Malone
Tune in to this 30-minute interview to gain insight into this industry expert’s personal views and professional experiences on how leadership challenges are similar yet different, in the world of digital transformation.
21st Century Ocean Energy Safety Research RoadmapIncludes Credits
A research roadmap, based on data and input from experts across the offshore oil and gas industries, was developed to help prioritize R&D investments to improve offshore health, safety, environmental performance. The final report focuses on the Gulf of Mexico, while incorporating applicable findings and research from all offshore regions where oil and gas is produced.
Capturing our Geomechanics Legacy to Understand Its Future -- Interview with Dr. Maurice Dusseault
Tune in to this 30-minute interview to gain insight into this industry expert’s personal views and professional experiences on why they chose to focus on the Geomechanics field; what it was like when they began working in it; its evolution and where they see Geomechanics going in the future.
Produced Water Treatment and Reuse – A Global PerspectiveIncludes Credits
This Webinar will compare and contrast the different types of produced water and the different ways in which produced water is handled in various regions around the globe. The objective is to demonstrate how different factors, which vary from one region to another, such as hydrocarbon development, produced water type, regulations, water scarcity, and water volumes result in dramatically different strategies for disposing and/or reusing produced water.
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