SPE Online Education
Session IV- After Credentialing, What’s Next?
Recorded On: 11/16/2017
After becoming certified, licensed, or other credential, the path of the consummate professional doesn’t stop there. This webinar will explore ways in which a petroleum engineer gives back to the profession.
To purchase this course as part of the series, go to: Career Advancement Series: How to Get Ahead.
Mr. Byron Haynes, Jr.
Reservoir Engineering Learning Advisor, Shell
Mr. Haynes is a reservoir engineer with 34+ years experience in field studies, evaluation and production operations in green and brown field developments, primary development, water flood and miscible gas injection projects. He is experienced in oil production development in Alaska, Gulf of Mexico, West Texas (Permian Basin), North Sea, Colombia, Kuwait, Qatar and Oman. He has planned and implemented field development programs from the results of subsurface studies and is experienced at gas flood, water flood operations and field maintenance.
Mr. Haynes holds a Professional Engineering license in Texas and SPE certification as a petroleum engineer. He is a member of SPE since 1978 and currently works for Shell Global Solutions as Reservoir Engineering Learning Advisor.
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