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SPE Asia Pacific Regional Award Presentation

Tuesday, 15 October • 1215-1300 • Grand Ballroom I

SPE Awards recognise members for their technical contributions, professional excellence, career achievements, service to colleagues, industry leadership, and public service. The awards recognise individuals and companies that make significant technical and professional contributions to the petroleum engineering profession and to the oil and gas industry. In appreciation of the contributions of SPE members and distinguished organisations, the SPE Asia Pacific Regional Awards will be presented during APOGCE on Tuesday, 15 October 2024.

DISTINGUISHED CORPORATE SUPPORTING AWARD
The award recognises outstanding support by an organisation and distinguished service to SPE members in the region through excellence in leadership and through commitment of time, energy and professional resources. It recognises organisations that make contributions to supporting SPE membership, programmes, and events, and are not based solely on financial contributions.

SERVICE AWARD
The award acknowledges exceptional contributions to SPE at section or regional level and recognises singular devotion of time and effort to the programmes and development of the member’s section and region that set it apart from the services rendered each year by many members of the Society.

SPE REGIONAL PUBLIC SERVICE AWARD
The award is intended to recognise distinguished public service of SPE members at the regional level to country, state, community, or public, with respect to local custom, through excellence in leadership, service, or humanitarianism, provided the service is over and above requirements of employment and, is therefore, not a compensated activity. Following their selection, recipients of the Regional Public Service Award will become candidates for the international SPE Public Service Award.

TECHNICAL AWARD
The award acknowledges exceptional contributions to SPE at the section or regional level and recognises singular devotion of time and effort to the programmes and development of technical expertise in various technical discipline.

DISTINGUISHED ACHIEVEMENT AWARD FOR PETROLEUM ENGINEERING FACULTY
The award recognises superiority in classroom teaching, excellence in research, significant contributions to the petroleum engineering profession and/or special effectiveness in advising and guiding students.

YOUNG MEMBER OUTSTANDING SERVICE AWARD
The award recognises contributions and leadership to the public, the community, SPE, and the petroleum engineering profession within the region.

Tuesday, 15 October • 1400-1700 • Botanical 1 & 2

SPE student members across Asia Pacific submit technical paper abstract for the opportunity to present at the SPE Asia Pacific Regional Student Paper Contest at APOGCE. The shortlisted papers will be presented in front of a panel of judges in their respective Postgraduate or Undergraduate division.

Winners of 2024 Asia Pacific Regional Student Paper Contest will be invited to attend and compete at the SPE International Student Paper Contest, to be held at SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition (ATCE) 2025. In addition to showcasing their technical knowledge at the contest, the winning regional representatives will have the opportunity to meet practicing professionals and industry members from across the globe for their professional career development. Conference delegates are encouraged to attend and support the student presentations. For further information, visit our Student Paper Contest page or contact jkijam@spe.org.

Energy4Me

Wednesday, 16 October • 0830-1600 • Botanical 1 & 2

Energy4me is an energy educational public outreach programme that highlights how energy works in our everyday lives. The Energy4me programme is designed to get students excited about Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) while at the same time introducing them to the scientific concepts within exploration and production in the oil and gas industry. Utilising the range of hands-on activities, the Energy4me programme allows students to explore the mechanisms behind some of the key processes in oil and gas exploration and production.

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