We would like to invite you and your colleagues to the May London Section evening meeting.
The afternoon will start at 4pm with a presentation of this year’s two best Field Development projects by the MSc in Petroleum Engineering students. The Field Development project is a group integrated study of the evaluation and development of a North Sea oil field (currently, Wytch Farm). Each team will have 20 minutes for their presentation, plus 5 minutes for questions. The audience will then help select the best presentation, which will be awarded the Colin Wall prize, named after one of the founding petroleum engineering professors from Imperial. The prize (£300 in £1 coins) will be given at the dinner.
From 5pm until 8.45 pm there will be lectures on Ensemble-based modelling in reservoir management and a Distinguished Lecturer on creating a worldwide unconventional revolution through technically driven strategy.
The event will be at Imperial College, Royal School of Mines, Prince Consort Road, London, SW7 2BP.
We are also delighted to announce that posters from some of Imperial College’s young researchers will also be on display during the refreshment break on a range of topics from reservoir engineering, shale gas extraction and geoscience including a number of posters from the recent AAPG Annual meeting.
The Royal School of Mines is about 15 minutes’ walk from South Kensington tube station via Exhibition Road and Prince Consort Road.
SPE London Section – Programme Chairman