SPE Section News
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September, 2010 – The Society of Petroleum Engineers brought 50 Tuscany-area science teachers to its 2010 Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition in Florence, Italy, on 22 September to learn about energy topics. Read More»
July, 2010 – 15 SPE Sabah Section young professionals visited 112 pupils and 17 teachers at SK Kabajang in Beufort, Sabah. This was the first destination chosen as part of the Sabah Section’s strategic plan for educational outreach. Read More»
June, 2010 – For the fourth year, SPE’s Gulf Coast Section is sponsoring two, week-long summer teacher training workshops, Earth Science and Energy Education: A Summer Institute. SPE GCS volunteers are needed the morning of July 15, 2010 to talk with teachers about industry careers. Read More»
June, 2010 – Houston’s summer heat didn’t stop SPE’s Gulf Coast Section young professionals (YPs) from teaching students engineering concepts. A group of ten volunteers participated in family night at the Houston Children’s Museum on June 10th. Read More»
June, 2010 – Inspired by a recent energy education article in The Way Ahead magazine for young petroleum engineers, young professionals from the Society of Petroleum Engineers in Brunei recently set up a local Energy4me educational outreach program. Read More»
March, 2010 – SPE’s Delta section is dedicated to educating students on the importance of energy and the exciting careers available in the petroleum industry. March was especially busy, as they participated in numerous philanthropic events throughout the greater New Orleans area. Read More»