The Society of Petroleum Engineers
The Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) is the largest individual-member organization serving managers, engineers, scientists and other professionals worldwide in the upstream segment of the oil and gas industry. The SPE offers a unique opportunity to contribute to the profession through our programs and activities and many of our accomplishments are driven by our dedicated members.
SPE’s mission is to collect, disseminate and exchange technical knowledge concerning the exploration, development and production of oil and gas resources, and related technologies for the public benefit; and to provide opportunities for professionals to enhance their technical and professional competence.
SPE’s vision is to be a society of professional excellence, providing its members with the highest quality lifelong learning, and continuous personal and professional growth.
SPE Netherlands Student Chapters
The SPE Netherlands Student Chapters count several hundred members from the University of Utrecht, University of Amsterdam and Delft University of Technology, and are the most important link between students and the petroleum industry in The Netherlands. The student chapters host a variety of events for its members, offering unique networking and knowledge building possibilities on a regular basis. Student members also participate in all events hosted by the Netherlands Section thereby promoting networking and recruitment across the education-industry boundary.
For help on joining your SPE Student Chapter, please address your Student Chapter contact or visit http://www.spe.org/join/. The Student Chapters can be contacted through firstname.lastname@example.org (Amsterdam) or email@example.com (Delft).
SPE Netherlands Young Professionals
SPE recognizes the importance of those who one day will be leaders of the E&P industry. Along with many SPE sections, the SPE Netherlands Section has developed a Young Professionals (YP) program, to support and assist those in the industry with fewer than 10 years experience (less than 35 years of age). During the last five years SPE Netherlands has taken special interest in its young members, resulting in a strong and active local young professionals board. The number of young professionals is now well over 270, which is about 30% of the regular members.
Read more on the activities of the SPE Netherlands YP.”
Category: Professional Associations / Exploration & Production
Labels: Energy, Engineering, Exploration, Geothermal, International, Offshore, Production, Resources