Ready to get ahead? The SPE Competency Management tool is a NEW member benefit that allows you to assess your current professional capabilities against one of twenty-two key E&P job competency models covering geosciences, reservoir engineering, well engineering, production engineering and operations, project and facilities engineering and health, safety and environment.
Understanding the history of innovation and invention in petroleum engineering is essential to shaping the industry's future. Through SPE’s new petroleum engineering history initiative, we're collecting and sharing personal memoirs and stories about technological innovation through the years.
Do you know someone that has a story about their earlier days working in the E&P industry? Help us collect personal memoirs for our new history project. Learn more at http://bit.ly/1BzoUt6
Each year, SPE selects a group of around 30 individuals who are experts in their field and capable speakers to share their expertise with SPE members through visits to local sections. The individuals are nominated by their peers, and selection by the Distinguished Lecturer Committee is a recognition of their expertise.