ERE Alumni Event Videos
Videos from previous ERE Alumni Events
Medhat (Med) M. Kamal is a Chevron Fellow Emeritus and an Honorary Member of SPE. He had previously worked for Cairo University, Amoco Production Company, Flopetrol Schlumberger, and ARCO Exploration and Production Company. Kamal has over 45 years of industry experience in well testing, reservoir description, and production and reservoir engineering. He is the lead author and editor of SPE Monograph 23 “Transient Well Testing”, and has published more than 35 technical papers in various SPE journals.
Med Kamal will serve as SPE President beginning in 2023.
Learn from our panelists - ERE alumni:
The panel will include a diverse group of undergrad alumni who will highlight their experiences in the department, and how they have used their degrees after graduation. This event is open to anyone considering taking courses within the ERE department and interested in learning more about careers in energy.
On May 19, 2021, ERE Alumnus Mark McClure spoke with students, faculty, staff and fellow alums about his time at Stanford University, his position as CEO and Co-Founder of ResFrac, how he balances work and life, and his continuing support and engagement with the department as a mentor to current students.
On October 21, 2020, ERE Alumnus Hormoz Ameri was the subject of our inaugural alum talk. Hormoz provided current students, faculty, staff and his fellow alums with details about how he arrived to Stanford University, his position as a leader in the industry, his philanthropic work in the communities he belongs to and continuing support and engagement with the department and larger Stanford community.
On October 7, 2020, a panel of recent ERE graduates participated in a panel focused on orienting new students, providing insights into their experiences in the department, research, graduation, career planning and their journeys so far. They also offered "words of wisdom" to an audience (which included faculty, staff and fellow alumni) about the industry in 2020.