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Network & Knowledge 

The core mission of the SPE is best described using these two words: Network & Knowledge. During the year, the SPE Netherlands Section hosts a variety of activities. Some are focused on knowledge, others on networking, but most focus on a combination of the two. Some of the meetings will still be virtual / online due to travel restrictions.

Wanted - topics and speakers for the monthly meetings!

The program build for 2021 - 2022 is ongoing. Any ideas (subject matter and speaker) would be warmly welcomed by the Program Chair, Mike Gunningham. He can be contacted thru

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SPE Netherlands Section Program 2021 - 2022 (more to come):

  • Monday

    SPE DL - Monthly Meeting (Virtual)

    Nov 8, 06:30 PM - 09:00 PM (NL)
    'Impact of Climate Issues on Energy Industry Through 2050' by Philip Grossweiler (M&H Energy Services)

  • Monday

    SPE NL - Monthly Meeting (Virtual)

    Dec 13, 06:00 PM - 07:30 PM (NL)
    'What Does Pressure Have To Do With It? Uncovering The Hidden Value In Your Data!' by Henry Akpan (IHS Markit)

  • Thursday

    SPE NL Black Tie Candlelight Dinner & Dance - POSTPONED

    Jan 20 - 21, (NL)
    Comeback - Standby for new date
    Den Haag, Netherlands

  • Monday

    SPE NL - Monthly Meeting (Virtual)

    Feb 14, 06:00 PM - 07:30 PM (NL)
    'Barrier evaluation behind dual Casing for P&A' by Erik Wielemaker and Kamaljeet Singh (Schlumberger)

  • Monday

    SPE DL - Monthly Meeting (Virtual)

    Mar 14, 06:00 PM - 07:30 PM (NL)
    'Application of Oil and Gas Subsurface Evaluation Methodology to Geothermal: The Value of Data' by Tom Bradley (Baker Hughes Company)

  • Monday

    SPE DL - Monthly Meeting (Virtual)

    Apr 11, 06:00 AM - 07:30 PM (NL)
    'What Does the Future Look Like for the Oil & Gas and Energy Sector - The Energy Transition' by Ian Phillips