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The Enterprisers Project: Digital Transformation—Who Should Lead? 8 Questions To Ask
Should that outside hotshot lead your digital transformation work–or an insider who knows more about the culture and customers?
Women Offshore: Rosie the Driller
An assistant driller, Rosie has a wide range of responsibilities, from supervising the daily drilling activities, operating rig floor equipment, and performing downhole or well control calculations, to organizing the people and equipment needed for upcoming operations.
Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage: Do We Have a Choice?
A look at the CCUS technology and its advantages, and an argument in favor of more CCUS projects.
McKinsey: How Women Can Fill the Oil and Gas Industry’s Talent Gap
The article identifies three inflection points where female participation falls off in oil and gas companies.
PwC: How Oil and Gas Companies Can Attract Investors
The oil and gas sector’s annual stock performance over the past 5 years has lagged behind the S&P 500. This article recommends ways the industry can recover investor confidence and capital by understanding the changing type of investors.
Ulterra Video: Life of a Drill Bit
From the field, to the customer, through engineering, CAM, and manufacturing then back to the field, each drilling bit's life is unique.
How To Prepare for 5 Important Career Moments, According to Experts at Kellogg School of Management
No one wants to be left struggling for an answer in front of a client or a boss, or stuck stammering in a job interview or networking event. Here's useful advice on how to be prepared for several common career situations
From the Battlefield to the Oil Field: A Career Path for Military Veterans
Military veterans possess a number of valuable, transferrable skills that are needed in the energy sector, but the transition from the military to oil and gas is not always easy. We talked to a 20-year Air Force veteran about what he learned moving into a career as a reservoir engineer advisor.
Industry Salaries Continue to Inch Up
Total compensation for SPE members this year has risen to its highest level since 2016, as the oil and gas industry continues to recover from the steep oil price downturn that began mid-decade.
Critical Skills for a Successful Career (Part II)
This article is based on a panel session during the 2018 SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition in which industry leaders provided their insights on what skills make a difference in one’s career.