Friday, September 16, 2016

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Esanda Engineering has announced a brand new competition in conjunction with the Society of Petroleum Engineers London Section. Esanda is an independent upstream oil and gas training and consultancy company, and they are proud sponsors of the SPE. Their competition offers winners two free tickets to attend the prestigious SPE September Meeting.

The event will take place on the evening of September 27th, with evening lectures on ‘Hydrocarbon Asset Valuation; Building Resilient Projects’. This exclusive event will include pre-dinner and post-dinner talks with Drew Powell, Director of Global Operations at Gaffney Cline & Associates, and Dr Chris Hopper, Managing Director of consultancy Moving Future. The dinner is a wonderful opportunity to hear from and meet with top oil and gas industry experts.

In order to win entrants need to estimate the price of Brent Crude in US Dollars no later than the 18thSeptember 2016. The closest two estimates to the Bloomberg Energy website at 12:00 (GMT+1) midday, 20th September 2016 will win a ticket. For students or the unemployed, the prize will double to two tickets. Entries should be completed here.

About Esanda

Esanda is an independent upstream oil and gas consultancy specialising in industry specific training and field development planning services. Their operations are supported by their UK and Australia offices and satellite offices throughout the EMEA and APAC regions. Their training providers are practicing industry specialists who develop their in-house courses and work with clients to build bespoke training programmes. Their consulting service is based on insightful field development analysis, integrated where required, with all other E&P disciplines.

About SPE Europe

The Society of Petroleum Engineers Europe Ltd. is a not-for-profit, charitable organization devoted to the safe and efficient exploration and production of crude oil and natural gas resources for the benefit of all humans. SPE Europe is one of the entities of Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) Stichting, organized under the laws of The Netherlands, which is the governing organization for SPE worldwide.

SPE’s role is to further those technologies used in the extraction of oil and natural gas through technical publications, meetings, educational courses, and many other programs that allow industry professionals to pursue more efficient and cleaner ways to find and produce these resources.

SPE members are also engaged in educating the general public about the oil and natural gas industry – what we do, how we do it, and why it is important to the world economy. SPE members encourage young people to consider the many career opportunities presented by the oil and natural gas industry.

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