November Luncheon - The Challenges of Drilling a 7km Offshore Borehole to Penetrate a Seismically Active Subduction Zone
The Integrated Ocean Drilling Program (IODP) has embarked on an ambitious deep exploration project to drill a scientific borehole ...
SPE Lecture Series, 18 November 2014
International Dispute and Sovereign Risk of Exploration and Production Projects Any petroleum professional will work sometime in ...
Well Testing Perspectives (SPE Master Class)
Every discipline from Subsurface and Facilities through Drilling & Completion have shared interests in well test operations. H...
SPE-WA 2014 Annual Golf Day Results
Distinguished Lecturer Feburary Luncheon Slides - Unconventional Frac Jobs for Unconventional Reservoirs – What Should You Be Concerned About?
Please find the slides for the Distinguished Lecturer, Jennifer L. Miskimins' talk, Unconventional F
SPE WA Lecture Series March 2014 - Relative Permeability Measurement Techniques for Core samples: Applications to Conventional and Unconventional Reservoirs
Date - Tuesday 18th March Presentation Slides Relative permeability data are important components
SPE WA Lecture Series February 2014 - Historical Recovery Factors of Northern Carnarvon Basin Reservoirs Using WAPIMS Database
Presentation Slides Technical Paper - Northern Carnarvon Basin Hydrocarbon Recoveries using WAPIMS
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SPE WA Mission
To collect, disseminate, and exchange technical knowledge concerning the exploration, development and production of oil and gas resources, and related technologies for the public benefit; and to provide opportunities for professionals to enhance their technical and professional competence.
The Society of Petroleum Engineers is a Non-Profit, Global Professional Society with over 92,100 members in 117 countries.
The WA Section is the largest in Australia with around 1075 professional members.