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The South Dakota School of Mines & Technology will boost petroleum-related education and research with a gift of $172 million in software from Schlumberger. The technology includes programs to allow students to build reservoir models and maps, simulate flow for oil and gas production and interpret seismic data.

via The Washington Times/The Associated Press

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Jim Wicklund, Managing Director of CreditSuisse presents an economic outlook on the oilfield service & supply sector at the 2015 PESA membership luncheon.
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1947 marked the first major experiment to “Hydrafrac” a well in the Hugoton gas field in Kansas. Now, thanks to Hydraulic Fracturing, the U.S. is the #1 producer of oil and natural gas in the world. #tbt
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American energy independence is within our reach! And PESA members, with their grit, determination and innovation are working to make it happen.

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The 2015 Membership Meeting is just two weeks away. Reserve your seat today! 

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#MemberMonday recognizes Greene’s Energy Group. Greene’s Energy Group is a leading provider of integrated testing, rentals and specialty services for drilling, production, pipeline, construction and process operations. 

Crude oil was pumped from the ground for the first time in Sichuan, China over 2,500 years ago. #factfriday

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Reserve your seat at the November 10th PESA membership luncheon and hear analyst, Jim Wicklund, Managing Director of Credit Suisse, LLC present an economic outlook on the oilfield service & supply sector. 

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The Energy Educators Sporting Clays Tournament is just 10 days away! If you haven’t registered your five-person team, do it today.

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Thanks to advances in extraction technology over the past decade, the output of some of our oldest oil fields, such as Kern River (discovered in 1899), have been revived. #TBT
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