The Seventh Colloquium on Petroleum Engineering Education (CPEE) will be conveniently located in the Houston area for Gulf Coast Section members who are interested in attending. The CPEE will be held at The Woodlands Resort & Conference Center, on January 7-10, 2008.
The CPEE is convened by SPE and the Association of Heads of US Petroleum Engineering Schools. Important issues for the industry as it strives to obtain the high-quality professionals needed to conquer tomorrow’s technical and social challenges will be discussed. Typical attendees at this event include petroleum engineering faculty, engineers who are members of industry advisory boards to petroleum engineering departments, chief engineers and managers charged with recruiting and retaining talent, HR representatives with responsibility for learning and organizational development, and government representatives.
Conference registration prices: Before December 21, 2007, conference registration price is $825 for members and non-members; after December 21, 2007, conference registration price is $1025 for members and non-members.
Single day registration options are available: Before December 21, 2007, single-day price is $500 for members and non-members; after December 12, 2007, single-day price is $600 for members and non-members).
*Higher levels of sponsorship include registration passes.
All whining will be confined to the Monday evening “Whine and Cheese” event held prior to the conference.
Sessions will be held on these topics:
Session I - Sourcing E&P Manpower Needs
Session II – Preparing Tomorrow’s Petroleum Engineers ….Today’s Challenge
Session III – Identifying the Key Challenges for Today’s PE Departments
Session IV - Petroleum Engineering Competencies – Today vs. Tomorrow
Session V - The Future of Petroleum Engineering Departments
Session VI - Early Career Professionals