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UH Petroleum Department Attends 2019 SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition

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Inez Hutchinson
UH petroleum chairman, Dr. Mohamed Soliman with UH student SPE student chapter at 2019 Petrobowl Competition.
UH Engineering’s SPE student chapter qualified for the regional contest back on Feb. 3, 2019 when they placed fourth in the qualifying contest, guaranteeing them a spot to compete.

The UH petroleum engineering department joined more than 6,000 oil and gas professionals at the BMO Centre in Calgary, Alberta for the 2019 SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition (ATCE) on September 30- October 2.

The ATCE conference attracts a diverse crowd of engineers, scientists, management and policymakers to gather and learn more about the latest technology, innovations and resources to help E&P professionals meet the new challenges in the industry.

One highlight from the conference was the PetroBowl competition. UH Engineering’s SPE student chapter qualified for the regional contest back on Feb. 3, 2019 when they placed fourth in the qualifying contest, guaranteeing them a spot to compete.

The PetroBowl competition pits SPE student chapter teams against one another in a fast-paced quiz competition covering technical and non-technical aspects of the oil and gas industry.

Meet The 2019 UH PetroBowl team:

Lotanna Ohazuruike
Yidan Zhu
Michael Chiu
Nhung Nguyen
Raul Paz

To learn more about the UH SPE student chapter, click here.

For more information about the UH Petroleum department, click here.

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