Professionals

All SPE professional members must be aware of SPE Code of Professional Conduct

Requirements for Professional and Young Professional Members:

Must be employed in field related to the petroleum industry AND have at least one of the following:

  • A university degree equivalent to a 4-year bachelor's degree in engineering or basic or applied sciences
  • A 2-year science or engineering degree or a 4-year degree in a field other than science or engineering
  • 6 years of active practice in support of petroleum engineering or in the application of science to the petroleum industry
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Benefits for Professional Members

Monthly subscription to JPT Journal

Local Section meetings

SPE 200+ self-governing Sections, or local affiliates, made up of members residing in a specific geographic area. SPE sections hold meetings on a regular basis. Attending these meets would allow you to network with local industry professionals and exchange technical information.

Reduced rates on SPE technical resources:

• SPE peer-reviewed journals & magazines

• SPE Bookstore

• OnePetro - the unique online technical library. SPE members receive a discount on SPE papers available on OnePetro.

PetroWiki

The first wiki providing information & resources about the upstream oil & gas industry.

Events

SPE holds many events for you to share and receive technical information useful for your career and personal enhancement. The events include:

Distinguished Lecturer (DL) Presentations

Each year the best professionals offer their presentations in different countries.

Career recognition through SPE Awards and SPE Certification Program:


Networking

Using all the opportunities offered by SPE you may communicate with your peers, establish new contacts, share technical information and acquire new skills and knowledge.

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