Keep up with the latest technical developments in petroleum engineering with the SPE Peer-Reviewed Journals app, your mobile source for technical papers you can trust. Whether you are a current subscriber or just looking for the latest peer-reviewed articles in your discipline, our app puts the information you need in your hands, wherever you happen to be.
SPE's six peer-reviewed journals have something for everyone. Engineers, managers, educators - you name it, we have something that will interest you. Have a look at the discipline areas covered by each of our journals to find out which one is right for you!
SPE Drilling & Completion (SPEDC) covers horizontal and directional drilling, drilling fluids, bit technology, sand control, perforating, cementing, well control, completions and drilling operations.
SPE Economics & Management (SPEEM) covers resource and reserve evaluation, portfolio/asset management, project valuation, uncertainty/risk assessment, benchmarking and performance indicators, information management, digital energy and petroleum economics.
SPE Production & Operations (SPEPO) covers production operations, artificial lift, downhole equipment, formation damage control, multiphase flow, workovers, stimulation, and related subjects.
SPE Reservoir Evaluation & Engineering (SPEREE) covers reservoir characterization, geology and geophysics, core analysis, well logging, well testing, reservoir management, EOR, fluid mechanics, performance prediction, reservoir simulation and other reservoir-related topics.
Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology (JCPT) covers heavy oil and oil sands technology, thermal recovery techniques, unconventional gas supplies, optimization techniques, increasing recovery from older basins and other technologies designed for the production challenges of Canada.
SPE Journal (SPEJ) covers fundamental research, R&D and novel solutions spanning all technical disciplines in the upstream industry.
February 28, 2014
1,000 - 5,000
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