7:30 AM — 4:00 PM
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The Texas A&M University Chapter of the Society of Petroleum Engineers (TAMU-SPE) was recognized as a 2014 Gold Standard Student Chapter by SPE International!
The chapter officer team will be accepting the award at ATCE in October. We are proud to be listed alongside the other award-winning chapters, which you may see at this link: http://www.spe.org/now/2014/06/spe-recognizes-outstanding-and-gold-standard-student-chapters-2/.
The Texas A&M Petrobowl team has qualified for the annual competition at ATCE in Amsterdam! They ranked 5th out of 36 teams from around the world in the seeding. You may see the bracket below. Good luck in Amsterdam, and gig 'em, Aggies!
On May 3, we hosted our annual Crawfish Boil sponsored by BP! We also held our Pie A Prof philanthropy fundraiser. We raised $1554.04 for Scotty's House. We also pied Dr. King, Dr. Zhu, and Dr. Barrufet! Great job Aggies, and thanks to our sponsor BP and our professors for their dedication!
On May 4, SPE and Chesapeake built a new playground at Scotty's House. Thank you to our volunteers and to Chesapeake for sponsoring!
Sponsored by Devon Energy.
Petroleum Engineering Department at Texas A&M University crosses borders to participate in East Meets West International Conference
Ernesto Valbuena & Carter Henderson
May 2, 2014 |2:05 p.m.
Carter Henderson, a junior Aggie petroleum engineering student, obtained 3rd place in the Student Paper contest held at the 5th Annual ‘East MeetsWest International Student Petroleum Congress and Career Expo’. The contest was held in Krakow, Poland last April and gathered 22 students of undergraduate and graduate level from all over the world displaying their technical work. First and second place were awarded to Master level students from the University of Texas and the University of Leoben in Austria.
Carter’s project started last fall as part of the SPE Mentorship Program working along with Ernesto Valbuena, a PhD candidate in our department. The program is intended to provide guidance and tools for undergraduate students to develop their Student Paper Contest work. Combined with his internship experience, Carter worked in the integration of surface and subsurface models to evaluate liquid yield production in tight gas reservoirs.
The Texas A&M PE Department and AGH University of Science and Technology Student Chapter kindly supported Carter’s attendance to the four-day long conference in Poland. Over 100 students from 30 countries joined the congress to share ideas and learn more about the energy industry. The conference included several technical and networking activities to disseminate knowledge and inspire future leaders.
Carter Henderson (furthest right) along with the other Student Paper Contest Winners
On March 29, 41 TAMU-SPE members participated in The Big Event. This is a campus-wide community service event in which Aggies give thanks to the Bryan/College Station metroplex. Thanks to all of our members who participated, and to the Philanthropy Committee for organizing it!