SPE Online Education
Session III- Preparing for SPE Certification and Licensing Exams
Recorded On: 10/25/2017
This webinar will provide potential examinees with general information on how to prepare to take the SPE Certification Exam and the NCEES Licensing Exam in Petroleum Engineering. The webinar will focus on the general composition of the exams, what materials examinees should study and take to the exams, how to study for the exam, and tips for taking the exam.
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This webinar is categorized under the Business, Management, and Leadership discipline.
Dr. Robert Chase
Dr. Chase has BS, MS, and PhD degrees in Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering from Penn State University and is a registered professional engineer in Ohio. He served as head of the Petroleum Engineering Department at Marietta College for 37 years and retired in May 2015. He has served as a consultant to numerous oil and gas companies for nearly 40 years. He has been an SPE member since 1971 and served SPE in numerous capacities including on its Board of Directors. He co-teaches the SPE short course entitled “A Review for the Principles and Practice Examination.”
Dr. Richard Hughes
Professional-in-Residence/Campanile Charities Professor of Petroleum Engineering, Louisiana State University
Dr. Hughes is a Professional-in-Residence and the Campanile Charities Professor of Petroleum Engineering at the Craft & Hawkins Department of Petroleum Engineering at Louisiana State University. He earned a bachelor’s degree in Petroleum Engineering from New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology and held various production, reservoir and IT positions with Tenneco Oil Company, Dwights EnergyData and Amerada Hess. Dr. Hughes earned his master’s and doctorate degrees in Petroleum Engineering from Stanford University, then joined the University of Oklahoma’s Mewbourne School of Petroleum and Geological Engineering as an assistant professor prior to LSU. His research interests include using CO2 for enhanced oil recovery and carbon sequestration, modeling multiphase flow in porous media and rock fractures, production data analysis, natural gas storage, and reservoir engineering of unconventional resources.
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