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J Pet Technol 69 (07): 69.
Paper Number: SPE-0717-0069-JPT
Published: 01 July 2017
...Simon Chipperfield Technology Focus Congratulations! You are one of a select group to open your JPT and find this page! For your effort, you deserve something special, and I know what you want. In 5 minutes or less, you want to know how to immediately make a step change in your business and improve...
J Pet Technol 73 (03): 8.
Paper Number: SPE-0321-0008-JPT
Published: 01 March 2021
... of the page. These are clickable to allow you to find even more related content. The site has a terrific search engine, so whether you’re searching for information on human factors, discoveries off Guyana and Suriname, or electric submersible pumps, it will direct you to our most relevant content. If you log...
J Pet Technol 71 (06): 41–44.
Paper Number: SPE-0619-0041-JPT
Published: 01 June 2019
...Stephen Rassenfoss Anne Neville wants engineers to look at scale buildup differently. A pipe-clogging buildup of calcium carbonate is not simply the product of reactions in a chemical stew found in a hot, pressured space to the professor at the University of Leeds. The factors controlling how...
Paper presented at the SPE Hydrocarbon Economics and Evaluation Symposium, March 14–15, 1985
Paper Number: SPE-13763-MS
... remember 30 years ago, 25 years ago and even as recently as 20 years ago when an oil and gas operator wanted to drill a wildcat well on his Federal lease in the Rocky Mountains, all he had to do was call the District Engineer (DE) of the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) in charge of the area where...
J Pet Technol 66 (12): 16.
Paper Number: SPE-1214-0016-JPT
Published: 01 December 2014
... four of these 47 topics. This year, the committee reviewed 4,199 papers for possible publication, compared with 3,893 in 2013. Once the papers are selected, JPT staff summarize the fulllength technical paper into 2 to 3 pages in JPT . The full-length paper is available online free to members for 2...
Paper presented at the ASSE Professional Development Conference and Exposition, June 7–10, 2004
Paper Number: ASSE-04-754-1
... that will be applied on the job, especially the things that we are holding workers and supervisors accountable for. The more concisely we can organize these things the better, as busy workers and supervisors won t take the time to sort through pages of information when they just want to know what they are expected...
J Pet Technol 73 (06): 27–28.
Paper Number: SPE-0621-0027-JPT
Published: 01 June 2021
... of instructions and resources—from the well geometry and potential hazards to best practices and instructions on automated procedures. It replaces the book which was never a good problem-solving tool. “If you wanted to find out anything afterward, you had to troll though a 100-page document,” said Moray Laing...
Publisher: World Petroleum Congress
Paper presented at the 19th World Petroleum Congress, June 29–July 3, 2008
Paper Number: WPC-19-4963
... World Petroleum Congress, Madrid Ladies and gentlemen: good morning. We live, as the old saying has it, in interesting times. There was a time when energy policy was not front page news. Not any more. You've all seen the recent price rises. Within the last few months, the oil price has topped...
Paper presented at the SPE/EPA/DOE Exploration and Production Environmental Conference, March 7–9, 2005
Paper Number: SPE-94389-MS
... Excellence Program in late 2001, more than 20 projects have been recognized. In the following pages we share some of these success stories. Introduction Oil and gas service companies are expected to have corporate policies and procedures that require compliance with local laws and regulations. In cases...
Paper presented at the Petroleum Computer Conference, June 2–5, 1996
Paper Number: SPE-36012-MS
... and more oil and gas companies are using these for inter-company and intra-company data transfer, advertising, and many other purposes. This paper was submitted to SPE using a Web browser. With so many advantages, it is easy to foresee that these same companies want to use them more and more often...
SPE Res Eval & Eng 4 (05): 387–394.
Paper Number: SPE-73828-PA
Published: 01 October 2001
... in These Pages? We first talk about what goes wrong with the old-style combining of reserves estimates. Then, we move on to how to combine correctly. We examine what a company may gain in reported assets when using probabilistic methods. Finally, we look at some real reserves data. Executives, pay attention...
Journal: Oil & Gas Executive Report
Oil & Gas Exec Rep 2 (01): 37–41.
Paper Number: SPE-55983-OGER
Published: 01 January 1999
...Peter Fleming Published in Oil & Gas Executive, Volume 2, Number 1, 1999, pages 37-41. A Strategic Manager's Perspective on Portfolio Management At BHP Petroleum, we have upgraded our portfolio and organizational capabilities and aligned our internal organization structure to global strategies...
Publisher: World Petroleum Congress
Paper presented at the 7th World Petroleum Congress, April 2–9, 1967
Paper Number: WPC-12541
... would like to suggest that the authors consider the situation when there are one or more gas reservoirs at low saturation conditions, which presents other problems. Reply by TEODORE VAN GOLDFRACHT: I want to thank Mr. ADAMACHE and to say that I agree with his opinion that in order to make a more...
J Pet Technol 67 (10): 18.
Paper Number: SPE-1015-0018-JPT
Published: 01 October 2015
... and well revitalization, field development projects, and reservoir performance and monitoring. The JPT Editorial Committee (see list of members on this page) helps JPT disseminate and share knowledge with members about recent developments in E&P technology. It annually revises the list of technical...
J Pet Technol 67 (08): 101–105.
Paper Number: SPE-0815-0101-JPT
Published: 01 August 2015
..., Total E&P Angola, and L. Page-Jones and J.-Y. Huet, OTRA, prepared for the 2014 International Petroleum Technology Conference, Kuala Lumpur, 10–12 December. The paper has not been peer reviewed. To test the improved blowout-response capabilities implemented following the Deepwater Horizon accident...
Paper presented at the ASSE Professional Development Conference and Exposition, June 7–10, 2015
Paper Number: ASSE-15-710
... performance, specifically how perceptions of risk are formed. If at some point on your safety improvement journey human performance becomes an issue, you shouldn't have any trouble justifying your efforts in that direction. If you are what might be called a "safety generalist" and want to tackle the human...
J Pet Technol 67 (05): 82–83.
Paper Number: SPE-0515-0082-JPT
Published: 01 May 2015
.... The interactive closing session was “in keeping with our belief that we had as a program committee,” Hinton said. “We wanted to change the dynamic about the typical conference, where people just come and you sit and you listen.” The conference also changed the typical conference dynamic by holding a Student...
Paper presented at the SPE/IADC Drilling Conference and Exhibition, March 17–19, 2015
Paper Number: SPE-173087-MS
... as the appropriate level of automation, mode confusion, and envelope protection approaches. This paper looks at a more basic problem: Are we able to precisely articulate what it is we want the automation to do and rigorously trace these requirements down to their granular point of implementation? The author...
J Pet Technol 63 (04): 42–45.
Paper Number: SPE-0411-0042-JPT
Published: 01 April 2011
... response options is an essential part of getting approval for a deepwater drilling permit application. A regulation from BOEMRE—NTL 2010-N10—requires anyone who wants to drill to provide detailed information on how it could react quickly and effectively in the event of a blowout. Compliance requires more...
Journal: Professional Safety
Prof. Safety 53 (12).
Paper Number: ASSE-08-12-40
Published: 01 December 2008
.... Specifically, the site shut down all operations for 2 hours and brought in all employees to create their own safety posters. Prizes were given out for first ($100), second ($50) and third place ($25) as voted by employees. The company provided flipchart pages and markers/crayons and employees were allowed...
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