Live Webinars

On-Demand Webinars

  • Drilling for Geothermal Resources: EGS

    Includes Credits

    This webinar will review Enhanced or Engineered Geothermal Systems (EGS), and what is required to drill these systems at depth. It will highlight techniques that can be moved from oil & gas to geothermal (such as horizontal well drilling capability), and highlight areas in which R&D has occurred or is needed, particularly high temperature drill bits, fluids, drilling systems and MWD tools. With active investment in R&D for Enhanced Geothermal Systems, significant progress can be made in transferring oil and gas technology to an alternate energy source.

  • Gas Kick Retention in Risers

    Includes Credits

    This webinar will review Enhanced or Engineered Geothermal Systems (EGS), and what is required to drill these systems at depth. It will highlight techniques that can be moved from oil & gas to geothermal (such as horizontal well drilling capability), and highlight areas in which R&D has occurred or is needed, particularly high temperature drill bits, fluids, drilling systems and MWD tools. With active investment in R&D for Enhanced Geothermal Systems, significant progress can be made in transferring oil and gas technology to an alternate energy source.

  • Human Performance in Practice: Challenges and Resources

    Includes Credits

    This webinar will highlight a range of challenges to the practical implementation of human performance in operations, and offer guidance through the practical resources that could be used straight away.​

  • Free Gas And ESP; Case Studies Illustrating the Difference Between Flowrate Oscillations, Gas Locking and Instability

    Includes Credits

    Electrical submersible pumps (ESP) oil well production often requires handling large amounts of free gas, leading to numerous ESP trips, which limits drawdown. To maximize production and eliminate downtime, a technique was developed to distinguish between three possible different causes i.e. gas locking, ESP flowrate oscillations, and dynamic instability and thereby improve design and operating procedures.

  • Lessons Learned To Effectively Manage Well Integrity

    Includes Credits

    A Well integrity Interview with Paul Hopmans: Lessons Learned To Effectively Manage Well Integrity. This interview will be a discussion with Paul about his experience in the realm of Well Integrity, the changes he has seen in this area and how the focus has changed in the industry. He will also share his thoughts and observations on the continuing concerns, as well as the opportunities, that lay ahead for the Oil and Gas Industry.​

  • SPE Gaia / OGCI / IPIECA / IOGP Climate Series eSessions – Methane | #2 | Technology and Investment Focus

    Includes Credits

    This series of webinars between thought leaders on climate change in the O&G industry and the broader O&G industry around the world will be undertaken in an effort to deepen understanding around issues of climate change, and receive feedback from the wider oil and gas industry on the energy transition. A series of virtual dialogues will be held over 2020 with global scope, to discuss sustainability around key topics such as CCUS, reducing methane emissions, collaborative action, etc.