Petroleum Engineering Requirement

new vacancy at Petroleum Engineering,Petroleum engineers are responsible for finding, testing and extracting fossil fuel resources that power most of the world's demand for energy. These fuels can take the form of crude oil or natural gas. Petroleum engineering is involved in the first stage of petroleum production. It does not refer to the second phase, which includes refining and distributing petroleum for consumption. Petroleum engineering is a lucrative career, but it takes skill and education.2009 SPE Award Recipients Announced

Recipients of SPE's International Awards for 2009 have been announced by the SPE Board. These members are recognized for outstanding contributions to the technology, the Society, and the communities in which they live and work. Read the complete list...
ATCE Online Registration is Now Open

You can now register online for the 2009 SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition. Be sure and check out the complete technical program for the Society's premier conference and exhibition. You can also follow ATCE updates on Twitter.
Petroleum Society of Canada Completes Merger with SPE, Two Sections Added

The boards of the Petroleum Society of Canada and the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) have approved a merger agreement that will create a new Canadian organization, SPE Canada, to serve the combined membership of around 4,500 in Canada. In addition, two new Canadian section, Lloydminster and South Saskatchewan, have joined the list of SPE sections worldwide, bringing the total to 170. Read More...
OnePetro Has Replaced SPE eLibrary

The SPE eLibrary is no longer a standalone collection. SPE's technical archive has become part of OnePetro, the multi-society library that features more than 80,000 technical documents from nine E&P-related organizations.


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