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In this podcast discussion, we talk about how artificial intelligence can help the industry through the digital transformation. This transition is a priority for oil and gas companies to reduce risk while improving operational efficiency.

 

We hope you enjoy the SPE Podcast… and take away something useful to your job and career along the way.  Your feedback is welcome, along with ideas for topics you would like to see us cover in future podcasts. You can also send your feedback to podcasts@spe.org.

 

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    Data and AI in the Petroleum Industry with Jeff Baetz

    24:09

    In this podcast discussion, we talk about how artificial intelligence can help the industry through the digital transformation. This transition is a priority for oil and gas companies to reduce risk while improving operational efficiency.   We hope you enjoy the SPE Podcast… and take away something useful to your job and career along the way.  Your feedback is welcome, along with ideas for topics you would like to see us cover in future podcasts. You can also send your feedback to podcasts@spe.org.   Like what you are hearing? Give us a 5-star rating and leave a review – we love reading what you have to say. You can also get connected with SPE on all social media, just use #SPEpodcast.   Society of Petroleum Engineers on Social LinkedIn | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | YouTube More Information Event Calendar | Membership | Publications | Training | Resources   Thanks for listening!    
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    In this podcast discussion, we are talking about the way ahead for students and recent graduates in petroleum engineering. The COVID-19 pandemic-induced oil and gas downturn has caused a lot of uncertainty for students, especially petroleum engineers. Whether they are starting their college career or looking to enter the workforce, there are many challenges ahead. We intend to address those challenges and to answer questions live from the audience. Our guests in this episode include: • Jeff Spath, Professor and the Department Head of the Department of Petroleum Engineering at Texas A&M University • Jennifer Miskimins, Professor and the Department Head of the Petroleum Engineering Department at the Colorado School of Mines   More in this Episode: Online Resources Online Training SPE Job Board Hydraulic Fracturing: Fundamentals and Advancements     We hope you enjoy the SPE Podcast… and take away something useful to your job and career along the way.  Your feedback is welcome, along with ideas for topics you would like to see us cover in future podcasts. You can also send your feedback to podcasts@spe.org. Like what you are hearing? Give us a 5-star rating and leave a review – we love reading what you have to say. You can also get connected with SPE on all social media, just use #SPEpodcast.   Society of Petroleum Engineers on Social LinkedIn | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | YouTube More Information Event Calendar | Membership | Publications | Training | Resources   Thanks for listening!
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    SPE's Paige McCown talks with Duncan Blue about how technology can help during the current downturn.   More from Duncan: Oilfield Life After the COVID-19 Crash   We hope you enjoy the SPE Podcast… and take away something useful to your job and career along the way.  Your feedback is welcome, along with ideas for topics you would like to see us cover in future podcasts. You can also send your feedback to podcasts@spe.org. Like what you are hearing? Give us a 5-star rating and leave a review – we love reading what you have to say. You can also get connected with SPE on all social media, just use #SPEpodcast.   Society of Petroleum Engineers on Social LinkedIn | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | YouTube   More Information Event Calendar | Membership | Publications | Training | Resources   Thanks for listening!

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