SPE Gulf Coast: Oil Patch Orientation
One or two times a year, depending on demand (and usually the price of oil!) the SPE Gulf Coast Section presents its Oil Patch Orientation. The Gulf Coast Section is the largest and most active section of the SPE, and this program has become the most popular event on it’s calendar. Money raised from this event benefits the SPE GCS scholarship fund.
This seminar is the most popular SPE program. The course is designed as non-technical audio-visual guided tour through the oil patch, illustrating the basic equipment and techniques used in the discovery, development and production of petroleum.
EKT Interactive’s Marty Stetzer Discusses Opportunities in the Oil Industry
Marty Stetzer will support other experienced SPE members in the New Hire Orientation day-long presentation on November 19 in Houston. He has been a presenter at this event since 2008 and will be delivering the opening segment entitled “Game Changing Events Affecting Future Career Opportunities in Oil and Gas” for the 9th time. His topics include current state of the industry, supply and demand forces and price volatility, unconventional technologies and their effect on opportunities in our industry.
If you are new to oil & gas, this is the best way to come up the curve on the industry concepts, technologies, and jargon in a hurry!
Here is a sample of the introduction he has given to the SPE Oil Patch Orientation in the past:
Other Presenters at this event include:
John Farina provides petroleum engineering consulting and technical training services to the international and domestic petroleum industry.
Ron Hinn works as a upstream technical consultant, specializing in the areas of knowledge management, competency development and technical training.
Susan Howes is Horizons Manager, in the Organizational Capability group, at Chevron. Responsibilities include recruiting and career development for engineers, managing acquisition and divestment projects, economic evaluation, reservoir studies and reservoir simulation of conventional and unconventional reservoirs.
Ken Arnold is an independent consultant with over 40 years of experience in projects, facilities and construction related to upstream oil and gas developments.
When: Nov 19, 2013 – 8:30 – 5:30 CST
Where: Hilton Houston North – 12400 Greenspoint Dr., Houston, TX 77060
Cost: $350 (Registration ends Nov 15)
For more about the Oil Patch Orientation and its presenters, visit the registration page.
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