May – June 2013
With a session about water management, potential energy extraction impacts, and using FracTracker.org to understand these issues. Contact [email protected] to learn more.
This course explores the engineering principles behind pipeline design and the codes that you need to know. Key learning areas include: Understand issues affecting design, to appreciate why pipelines are made the way they are; Practise calculations based on industry codes; Discuss industry developments and new technologies. Read more
This technical course is discussion based, looking at real life case studies of pipeline failures and debating how to ‘build’ integrity into all phases of offshore pipeline projects. It focuses on the complex areas affecting pipeline and riser integrity and delegates will develop an understanding of efficient ways to perform integrity assessments. Read more
The conference will contain papers on hydraulic fracturing for the energy, mining, and geothermal industries. The technical, social and environmental aspects of hydraulic fracturing will be addressed.
New technologies are helping to improve artificial lift performance, working to eliminate the current reactive approach. This conference will showcase these new technologies as it combines all aspects of artificial lift systems, allowing participants to see the full interactive circle of technologies and competencies.
Who Are We?
The E³ is brought to you by the TheMarcellusShale.com, TheUticaShale.com, The EagleFordShale.com, and ShaleAdvantage.com. We are a prominent news, information, and education source in the region with a focus on keeping the public updated on developments in the Marcellus and Utica Shale industry. We promote awareness of the multiple methods in which the energy sector continues to generate business opportunities locally and worldwide. With our networking reach throughout Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia, we are hosting a monthly meeting of “energy minds” in the area.
What We Do?
Our purpose is to give the participants the relationships and big ideas to do different and better business. . “The E³” has the goal of bringing all facets of the energy industry together. Our commitment is to provide this business development opportunity on a monthly basis so that individuals in commercial industries, spanning from international to local, and related to the natural gas sector, can join us for casual fun and networking with other entrepreneurs, operators and employees in the energy industry. Register with “The E³” to meet, learn and enjoy.
Why You Should Attend?
- Gain increased knowledge about the industry from insiders, experts and energy leaders
- Complimentary Cocktails and Hors d’oeuvres
- Bring plenty of business cards to network with 100 attendees
- Chance to win a free overnight stay at the Holiday Inn Express
- Special room rates are available
- Music provided by DJ Lady Lea
The theme for this inaugural event is “Sustainable Solutions for Challenging HSE Environments in Latin America and the Caribbean.” It will provide an excellent opportunity for professionals to share experiences with their colleagues and build fruitful relationships with stakeholders. A comprehensive technical program will cover the key topics of HSSE while striking an appropriate balance between energy industry issues, best practices, and lessons learned.
DUG Bakken and More (formerly DUO Reservoirs) focuses on the Bakken, the emerging Niobrara and oil- and liquids-rich resource plays throughout the region. High-potential targets in the Denver-Julesburg, Uinta, Piceance, Powder River and Green River basins, drilling and completion best practices, and midstream challenges are examined.
A sharp focus on the technical challenges for reserve estimation and development, emerging economic drivers and ASC regulations governing access to Canada’s vast unconventional wealth.
This course provides a complete understanding of risers, umbilicals and flexibles and how they operate within the subsea environment. Key learning areas include: different types and their uses; identifying design, installation and operational considerations; the latest developments in riser systems; key industry terms; an intro to riser IM.
This is a follow-on course from Subsea systems and explores in more detail the area of subsea controls, including how components are put together, operational needs and hydraulics. This course looks at how the whole system functions and identifies key areas that are easily overlooked. Read more
Provides an in-depth understanding of offshore pipe-lay methods and looks at the process from pre-commissioning to decommissioning. Key learning areas include: Understand how to identify the best pipe-lay option; Discuss issues affecting pipeline installation; Look at the different types of surveys that you need to know about.
The 75th EAGE Conference & Exhibition incorporating SPE EUROPEC 2013 is the largest and most comprehensive geoscience event in the world. The five-day programme consists of a large conference and a technical exhibition presenting the latest developments in geophysics, geology and reservoir/petroleum engineering.
This course focuses on the more complex design issues affecting subsea pipelines, such as deepwater, high pressure, high temperature and corrosive fluids. Key learning areas include how to apply design codes correctly; ways to protect subsea pipelines; solutions to pipeline failures from case studies; worked examples to learn design calculations. Read more
The second annual SPE Heavy Oil Conference—Canada will provide international perspectives on best practices and technological advances in the exploration and production of heavy oil, as well as the opportunities and challenges faced in the process. Attendees can also attend Gas & Oil Expo, one of Canada’s largest energy events of the year.
GeoSkill 2013 will provide a forum for the exchange of knowledge and experience concerning solutions to the challenges associated with academic training, recruiting, developing, deploying and retaining a global workforce. How can IOCs, NOCs, Universities and other training providers build bridges to meet and resolve the regional challenges?
Inside the Boardroom: Have a Seat at the Table and Join the Discussion
If boardroom walls could talk… Imagine you’re seated in the boardroom, where our diverse group of leading insiders and forecasters discuss matters that affect you and your business. Now realize you can – join us at Energy Capital Conference!
This is more than a conference; you get interactive discussions on the top issues affecting your company today. These are not just PowerPoint commercials; these are expert roundtables with industry leaders who have successfully built and sold oil and gas companies. Hear premier industry leaders discuss their views on the spread and take-away issues; raising and investing capital; the natural gas conundrum; politics and opportunities for both organic and inorganic growth.
Discuss, strategize and network with the best at the Energy Capital Conference.
Who should attend Energy Capital Conference?
- E&P company CEOs, CFOs, senior executives, business development professionals
- Capital providers, managing directors, financial executives
- Advisors, consultants, corporate counsel, attorneys, analysts and investors
More information coming soon!
The Pittsburgh Region Clean Cities (PRCC) will be conducting a series of workshops about alternative fuels. The program was developed by the National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium (NAFTC) under a grant from the United States Department of Energy, Clean Cities Program. The Petroleum Reduction Technologies Workshops will educate the advantages and benefits of using alternative fuels and advanced technology vehicles.
- Highlight the role of alternative fuel, advanced technology vehicles, and related such as fuel economy and idle reduction
- Provide details on each option’s advantages, benefits, and important points to consider for implementation
- Explain each of the Petroleum Reduction Technologies including: Introductory material
- Points on why to consider
- Infrastructure and distribution, technologies or strategies, and vehicle details or options
- Success Stories or a form of Case Studies and vehicles
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
- State, County, and Local Government Officials
- Fleet Managers
- Private and Public Organizations
- The General Public Concerned Citizens Automotive Technicians
Anyone wanting to know more about these technologies
WHY SHOULD I ATTEND
Each participant will be given facts sheets about the specific technologies of each workshop
A chance to interact with people who already are using a specific fuel and or technology and see some of the alternative fueled vehicles
This workshop will discuss the importance of electric, plug-in electric and hybrid vehicles. The advantages and reasons to consider adopting ev/phev/hybrid will be explored, as well as a discussion of the health, environmental, economic, and energy security benefits associated with alternative fuel technology.
There will also be a presentation for fleets as there are many options available for fleet managers who wish to convert their fleets to alternative fuel vehicles. There will be a presentation conducted to provide information specific to the use of ev/phev/hybrids as an alternative fuel. This workshop will provide the information necessary for fleet managers to determine if using vehicles fueled by ev/phev/hybrid is a viable alternative for their fleet.
Technical seminar, golf tournament, equipment show and barbecue!