May. 17 - May. 18, 2008


Description

*We are sorry; this class is full and no walk-in spaces are available.*

SPE will offer the PE license and SPE Certification exam review short course AT NO COST on the campus of Texas A&M University in College Station on Saturday and Sunday, May 17 & 18, 2008, 8-5 pm both days. 

This course is a review of the typical petroleum engineering problems found in PE license and SPE certification exams.  Topics include drilling and completion, production logging, economics, improved recovery, formation evaluation, and tips on taking the exams.  

Normally, the registration fee for the course is $650 for members and $750 for non-members.  The course is being videotaped for a DVD and online course presentation for engineers who cannot attend review courses at meetings.  We need classroom attendees to add to the dynamic interactions between the instructors and attendees.
 
The minimum requirements for state boards of registration for PE licensure are four years industry experience post-graduation and you must have graduated from an ABET-accredited engineering department.  SPE Certification requires four years of industry experience and having graduated from an accredited university program.
 
Bill McCain (Texas A&M) and Richard Hughes (LSU) are the instructors.  

For additional information, contact Tom Whipple, SPE Professional Development, at twhipple@spe.org.  

Featured Speakers

Speaker Bill McCain (Texas A&M) and Richard Hughes (LSU)
Texas A&M; and LSU *We are sorry; this class is full and no walk-in spaces are available.* Parking directions are available at http://www.pe.tamu.edu/homepage/Information/CampusMap.shtml and driving directions are located at http://www.pe.tamu.edu/homepage/Information/DrivingDirections.shtml.  There is also additional parking available at the Central Campus Garage if the Northside Garage is full.     *Note that …


Texas A&M and LSU

*We are sorry; this class is full and no walk-in spaces are available.*



Parking directions are available at
http://www.pe.tamu.edu/homepage/Information/CampusMap.shtml and driving directions are located at http://www.pe.tamu.edu/homepage/Information/DrivingDirections.shtmlThere is also additional parking available at the Central Campus Garage if the Northside Garage is full.  


 


*Note that TAMU changed to a Pay-By-Space Machines in 2006 and there is no longer a parking attendant located in the Northside Parking garage.  We are unable to furnish parking permits to the garage due to this change.  The first level of the parking garage is now Pay-By-Space. You will have to pay ahead of time for the expected time you are going to be using the parking spot.  The machine takes cash and credit cards.  Over-estimate the time you expect to be using the parking garage as parking citations will be given out when your paid time has expired.  It is recommended to pay for 8-9 hours ($8-$9) if you expect to be here for an all-day meeting.  If you do not estimate enough hours, they won’t hesitate to give you a ticket – even for an extra 15 minutes.  The machine will accept, cash, credit cards or Aggie Bucks.



Full Description



Organizer

Tom Whipple, SPE Professional Development Manager


Date and Time

Sat, May. 17

-

Sun, May. 18, 2008

8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

Event has ended

Location

Texas A&M University


College Station, TX 77843
USA