SPE COPENHAGEN

January meeting

The next SPE meeting is kindly sponsored by Chevron and will be held on Monday 27th of January November at Charlottehaven.

 

SPEAKER - Daniel j. Daulton, Baker Hughes SPE DL

TOPIC - Hydraulic Fracturing Myths, Reality and Environmental Stewardship through Better Chemistry

 

DINNERSPEAKER- Gavin Lewis, Chevron onshore europe

TOPIC - Unconventional resources

 

Please register by Thursday 23 January by signing up here

Newsletter

The newsletter for November-December 2013 is now available for download (see the link on the left of the page).

November Meeting

The next SPE meeting will be held on Tuesday the 26th of November and will take place at DTU, b. 101, aud. 1. Three presentations will be given by Ph.D. students representing different directions of the petroleum-related research at DTU.

  • Max La Cour Christensen, Algebraic Multilevel solvers for Reservoir Simulation.
  • Michael Frost, Measurement and Modeling of phase equilibrium of oil systems with polar chemicals.
  • Morten Kanne Sørensen, Correcting sonic logs for invasion.

The after-dinner speech will be delivered by Professor Erling H. Stenby, Chairman of Center for Energy Resources Engineering (CERE) & Head of Department DTU Chemistry on CERE and its example as a succes story of university – industry collaboration.

For more details about the event and to sign up please click here.

October Meeting

The next SPE meeting will be held on Monday the 28th of October and will take place at Øster Voldgade 10, and is sponsored by GEUS. Michael O'Keefe, an SPE Distinguished Lecturer, will give a presentation titled “Fluid Profiling – A Modern Technique for Reservoir Characterization”.

 

Please indicate your attendance by signing up via the link below by Wednesday 23 October.

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September Meeting

Sign up for the first meeting of the 2013/2014 Season!

The next SPE meeting will be held on Monday the 16th of September and will take place at the Mikado House in Amager, and is sponsored by Shell. Wim Thomas from Shell will give a presentation exploring how economic, political and social forces that might shape the global energy system and environment in the 21 st century. The dinner speaker, Professor Katherine Richardson from the University of Copenhagen, will talk about Denmark's national goal of removing fossil fuels from its energy and transport sectors by 2050.

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  • Student Chapter

    From here you will be able to see news and events from the SPE Student Chapter at the Technical University of Denmark. 

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